Brown v. Sadow, Round 2

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In response to Steve Sadow’s assertion that California Attorney General Jerry Brown is politically motivated by his witchhunt of Sadow’s client Howard K. Stern, Brown is standing his ground. On Thursday, Brown flippantly retorted “Mr. Sadow prefers media pronouncements to trial preparation” and reiterated his claim that cooperating agencies have done their due diligence investigating Stern’s nefarious connection to Anna Nicole Smith’s demise. Sadow claims Stern will not enter a plea at his May 13th arraignment because of his purported innocence. Then why not enter a NOT GUILTY plea instead of continuing the case again. Clearly because buying time and stalling, wasting our tax dollars is the motivation.

Howard K. Stern’s Bloated Docket

Does Howard K. Stern ever find time to sleep? The latest on his laundry list of “to do” items is a continuation of a September 2008 defamation suit against his deceased’s girlfriend’s (Anna Nicole Smith) daughter’s (Dannielynn) daddy’s (Larry Birkhead) former bodyguard (Mark Speer). (Yes, feel free to take a re-read). Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mary H. Strobel ruled that a jury could find Speer and actress Jackie Hatten made incriminating statements about him in Rita Cosby’s tell-all 2007 book, Blonde Ambition: The Untold Story Behind Anna Nicole Smith’s Death. Hatten, the sister of Mark Hatten, a former boyfriend of Smith, has not responded to the complaint and no formal judgment has yet been signed. Stern, 40, asserts the allegations in the book are patently false and emphatically stated, “I never facilitated or promoted any type of drug use, prescription or otherwise. Anna was an intelligent, strong-willed individual who made her own decisions and was not controlled by anyone or anything.” Cosby is being sued separately for publishing allegations that Stern and Birkhead were gay lovers. Speer’s lawyer, Mark Kane, said Stern’s lawsuit would have a negative impact on both his client and on Cosby if it moves forward, Read More …