Today’s lawsuits: rich people, bikini model, French slap in the face

My, my. There are days I feel I do make a difference! Wasn’t it yesterday, or maybe the day before when I praised the Daily News (and reporter Barbara Ross) for publishing juicy lawsuit stories, the kind you usually won’t see in the New York Times?

Yes. The Daily News must have been paying attention because today, there are three! Three fun lawsuits. Here are they:

Fashion Week publicist Lynn Tesoro sues editor of  French mag after dustup at Zac Posen show  – NY Daily News.

Headline: Bashin’ Week. What I particularly liked here was this quote from the Frenchwoman who slapped a PR lady in the face at a show during Fashion Week:

It was a small slap. It was not strong. I didn’t hurt her. It was just to humiliate her. She humiliated my mom and I humiliated her in front of her crew. Voila. I just said at the end, ‘Now you know you don’t fuck with French people.’

Oh really? Jennifer Eymere, the française in question, apparently hasn’t heard of Dominique Strauss-Kahn. We do fuck with French people, Jennifer. We’re egalitarian fuckers.

Billionaire Ronald Perelman and art dealer Larry Gagosian scrap in dueling lawsuits over $25 million painting and two sculptures – NY Daily News.

Headline: Arts and crafty. Situations like this always remind me of Richard Pryor’s line about cocaine: A double lawsuit between one billionaire and a wealthy art dealer over a $25 million painting and some awful sculpture is god’s way of telling both of them they’re making too much money.

Tenn. bikini model sues ex-boyfriend for $2.5M after he ran her down with SUV  – NY Daily News.

I’ll let you read this quietly by yourselves. BTW, nice photo of the model. In a purple bikini, with a number pin hanging off the bottom.


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