It’s been a while since I’ve mentioned anything about the lawsuit because, well, there really hasn’t been much to update you on. Until yesterday. Yesterday in federal court, my lawyer filed an Anti-SLAPP motion to challenge the Plaintiffs violation of my First Amendment right of free speech. He also filed a motion to dismiss their complaint because it contains no facts to show I did anything wrong. Something I’ve been contending since the day the lawsuit was served to me on Dec. 21st, 2012. I’m not going to sit here and go into detail on anything, but if you’d like to google “Anti-SLAPP” or “motion to dismiss,” feel free to do so. Also, you can sign up on pacer.gov if you want to read about the motions filed since it’s public record. I stand by what I’ve said for months now and that’s that I’ve done nothing wrong to violate the terms of my Agreement in regards to Sean’s season (which is what the complaint is alleging), and I will fight this as long as I have to. It’s a baseless lawsuit that should’ve never been filed in the first place.
Interesting take from Selma regarding her time on the show. Of course, she did her conference call with the media that is monitored by ABC where she gave all the politically correct answers of her time on the show. Then yesterday she does an interview with local radio station 94.1 in San Diego and basically tells a completely different story of what she really thought of Sean. Check it out:
I don’t really buy for a second that Selma isn’t into having TV in her future, or, that she wants a career in entertainment. Please. Anyone with half a brain can see she’s interested in that. I also find it comical that her and Arie play this little flirting game on Twitter pretending that they haven’t actually met when, well, they have. You go put two and two together and come up with four to figure out what they would possibly be hanging out with each other for. Congrats, Selma. Welcome to the club. It’s unreal how oblivious some of these people are.
Last Wednesday I had reported that the ring Tierra was showing off in Instagram pictures was not an engagement ring, and that she wasn’t engaged. It has come to my attention from people close to her that in fact indeed it is an engagement ring, she’s engaged to a guy that she’s been on and off with for years, and the reason she posted them on Instagram was because, well, she’s an attention whore and just wanted people to think that she’s engaged to Sean, which no one in a million years would’ve believed anyway. Here’s where I stand on this now: From this point on, I don’t care about her personal life. I’ve had a couple people tell me she’s not engaged, but then others are coming forward and saying she is. Great. I guess we’ll see what’s really true in the upcoming days since she’s now off the show and will probably address it at some point. Whatever the case, let the tabloids and others cover this alleged engagement, since that’s exactly what she wants out of this. She’s a complete phony, total attention whore, and the more we react to her, the more she gets what she wants. If she’s engaged, wonderful. Feel sorry for the poor sap who’s gonna latch on to her, and no one will believe for a second that she’s now with someone who she plans to spend the rest of her life with. Please. If she’s not, she got the attention she wanted by posting three different pictures of her with a ring on. I hope she enjoys her recent media exposure before she falls of the face of the earth and no one cares to utter her name anymore. Good riddance.
Remember when Leslie Hughes was on the show? Yeah, neither do I. But funny thing happened when I got caught up on my “90210” episodes this week. We knew that she was in an upcoming episode because it was on her IMDB page, well, that episode aired last Monday night. I was wondering why when she appeared this season, they had “Poker Dealer” under her name, like that was her main profession or something. In the “90210” episode, she played a poker dealer. But it’s not like she had a main part, or even a speaking part, or the cameras were at her table during a scene. You literally had to be paying attention in the background, and for maybe a total of four seconds, you could see her sitting at a poker table dealing cards, yet the main scene was happening with two guys talking at the bar. Which goes to show, whatever “profession” they give you under your name on the show basically means nothing. Leslie should feel pretty insulted they referred to her as a “poker dealer,” when that title represents about four seconds of her life – in the background nonetheless. Then again, she did go on this show in the first place, so I guess the joke is on her. On to last night, and as always, spoilers will be contained in the column. You’ve been warned.