Or 3. Maybe 4 and a winning PowerBall ticket because he just got slapped with the fugliest bill from his former attorney Debra Opri. D-Op wants no less than a staggering $620,492.84. That isn’t a typo. Among the charges she billed to Birkhead while she was his legal beagle are:
-a $161.65 dinner at Outback Steakhouse that Birkhead didn’t attend
-$4,500 to her personal publicists
-$4,750 for attending Anna’s funeral
-laundry service for Opri’s husband
-$3583.91 for 2 meals at Graycliff’s Restaurant, again no sign of Larry.
It goes on and on, limo rides, cell phone charges, lobster dinners, and groceries. David Owen, Deb’s attorney issued this statement:
“We’re pretty confident that her bills are fair and reasonable and he has not paid them. She is entitled to be paid and he stiffed her and her bills are fair and reasonable.”
That’s it, I’m going to law school. For rizzle this time, mom. I want to charge someone for cleaning my husband’s undies and eat steaks and lobster and ride around in limos. What a life!
The medical examiner who perfomed the autopsy of Anna Nicole Smith revealed that out of the 11 drugs in her system that killed her, not a one was prescribed to her:
FOX News anchor Greta Van Susteren obtained documents from Dr. Joshua Perper’s office which shows that of the 11 drugs, eight were prescribed to Howard K. Stern, two were prescribed to Alex Katz and one was prescribed to Anna’s personal shrink, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich. We don’t know who Katz is, but Perper acknowledged one thing that was clear — Dr. Eroshevich wrote all 11 prescriptions.
It gets worse.
If you’re not familiar with May Andersen, she’s pretty much a white Naomi Campbell, but not as rich or famous.
In 2006 on her way from Amsterdam to Miami she was arrested for assaulting a flight attendent, and was later charged and deported for substance and air-hostess abuse.
Now, Kid Rock has seen something in this Danish thing. He took her along to Elton John’s birthday concert this week.
Will it last? How does she compare to Pamela? Or is Kid just attracted to any Anderson?
I think MacGyver [otherwise known as Richard Dean Anderson] might have a chance with the Kid.
Ooooohhh, MAN! This incredibly contoversial blog posting by the ever loquacious Rosie makes her little fued with The Donald look like some Homecoming Drag Queen Drama:
[WTC 7] contained offices of the FBI, Department of Defense, IRS (which contained prodigious amounts of corporate tax fraud, including Enron’s), US Secret Service, Securities & Exchange Commission (with more stock fraud records), and Citibank’s Salomon Smith Barney, the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management and many other financial institutions. [Online Journal] The SEC has not quantified the number of active cases in which substantial files were destroyed [by the collapse of WTC 7]. Reuters news service and the Los Angeles Times published reports estimating them at 3,000 to 4,000. They include the agency’s major inquiry into the manner in which investment banks divvied up hot shares of initial public offerings during the high-tech boom. …”Ongoing investigations at the New York SEC will be dramatically affected because so much of their work is paper-intensive,” said Max Berger of New York’s Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann. “This is a disaster for these cases.” [New York Lawyer]
Citigroup says some information that the committee is seeking [about WorldCom] was destroyed in the Sept. 11 terror attack on the World Trade Center. Salomon had offices in 7 World Trade Center, one of the buildings that collapsed in the aftermath of the attack. The bank says that back-up tapes of corporate emails from September 1998 through December 2000 were stored at the building and destroyed in the attack. [TheStreet] Inside [WTC 7 was] the US Secret Service’s largest field office with more than 200 employees. …”All the evidence that we stored at 7 World Trade, in all our cases, went down with the building,” according to US Secret Service Special Agent David Curran. [TechTV]
Did you read all of that? No? That’s why I’m here. The upshot is she feels that based on these statements the American government blew up the Twin Towers to get rid of evidence of wrongdoing on their part involving the Secret Service and Stock Exchage Commission. You know Elisabeth Hasselbeck locked herself in her dressing room and bawled when she heard that while Barbara Walters was at her desk taking shots of tequila wondering if Star Jones had anything going on next season.
John Travolta has been spreading his sage-like words of global warming warnings and how everyone can ‘do their part’ to halt the process.
While Travolta did admit "I’m probably not the best candidate to ask about global warming because I fly jets" he failed to really capture how out of line he is.
You see, Johnny is quite the avid pilot and has clocked over 30,000 flying miles over the last year. What this amounts to is around 800 tons of carbon emissions. That’s about 100 times more than a small city produces.
"I use them as a business tool though," says Travolta, "as others do. I think it’s part of this industry – otherwise I couldn’t be here doing this and I wouldn’t be here now."
Yeah, but you make junk movies - and not that many. Why not stay home and invest in production of alternative fuels with all that cash?
John Buckley, of CarbonFootprint.com, said: "John Travolta has such a high-profile celebrity status, so what he says carries an extraordinary amount of weight."
"So it is such a shame when someone of his standing is so outspoken about green issues, yet fails to practise what he preaches."
"Unfortunately someone of his standing ends up discrediting the cause itself, because he is saying people should protect the environment on one hand, yet travelling on a private plane on the other."
"Green issues are serious and should be treated as such. It is vital for celebrities to toe the line when they speak out in support of it."
Travolta’s pad is baller, though.