According to "…we can’t help but wonder how out of touch (or straight?
) the person who cooked up Pride Toronto’s painful-to-watch and setting-back-the-movement promotional video was.
Quit all that partying and buckle down at your “job,” whatever it is, and then you won’t have to go after petty money.
Fired “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant Star Jones’ ex-husband, Al Reynolds, is demanding ,000 from the loose-lipped diva for trashing him on “The Wendy Williams Show” and blasting his rumored current girlfriend — her TV nemesis, Ne Ne Leakes. including, without limitation, the other’s family, companions, dates, acquaintances, or future spouses.” Her lawyers insisted a breach of the clause requires the offending party to pay a ,000 “liquidated damage penalty.” But, according to Reynolds, Jones forgot, went on Williams’ March 25 show and trashed her almost four-year marriage, saying, “You know what . After Leakes said that she “wouldn’t spit on Jones” if she were on fire, Jones told Williams: “That is not a ladylike thing to say.
Spies say the former "Celebrity Apprentice" star was "noticeably upset" after the processor collared her to serve the papers and snap a picture.
Star Jones was horrified when she was served with court papers at her book signing at Bookhampton in East Hampton on Saturday by ex-husband Al Reynolds.The letter, obtained by Page Six, references Jones’ “booty” comment. Reynolds’ attorney filed a complaint in Miami-Dade County Court last night.Jones’ rep declined comment, but a source close to her said: “He’s going back to the well and is grasping at straws to stay in the limelight.” Reynolds’ rep had no comment.If gay activism is on the rise, how will the community be taken seriously if the organization that fronts the city’s largest gay celebration backs these old-hat, shouldn’t-be jokes?If they were looking to shoot fish in a barrel, why didn’t the Pride committee just hire Big Gay Al? The Colorado Senate on Thursday approved a civil unions bill that would allow same-sex couples the right to inherit property, apply for family leave and share medical decisions. The bill would allow two unmarried adults, regardless of gender, to enter into a civil union. even purchased an engagement ring for her at Tiffany & Co.! The anonymous source, probably Al himself, said, "He shopped alone until he found something that he liked.
If the state house passes the bill, Co will join Hawaii and Illinois as the third state to legalize civil unions in 2011. Then he had one of the female employees help firm up his decision." Reynolds' rep - he has one?