Romney Calls Porn Valley Troll Attorney, Gloria Allred’s Bluff and Democratic Smear Campaign Falls FLAT!!

EDITORIAL: Wherever you find a hooker extorting a guy in a sex scandal, you’ll find Gloria Allred. That is, when she isn’t on her TV set playing the role of the “New Judge Judy”! Allred is another one of those “Radical Feminists” which is another name for bottom bitch. She helps the PIMPS in Porn Valley keep their prized “Bait” out of jail and away from media’s hounding over the details of their trappings.

GUYS:If a pretty, young thing approaches you and you’re feeling like it’s the luckiest day of your life or it’s just too good to be true, it’s likely you’ve been targeted as a SUCKER and you’re looking at the BAIT!!

If you have money, position, power or anything else of value to these con artists, put one hand over your wallet and the other over your zipper and RUN!!

Truth is, only guys who have nothing and are LOSERS are safe to be around anyone associated with Porn Valley. Just take a look at Sean Tompkins and Michael Whiteacre and you’ll see what EXACTLY I’m talking about!!

UPDATE 12:09 p.m.: 

Romney attorney Robert Jones said in a statement, “These tabloid charges being shopped by Gloria Allred, one of President Obama’s most prominent supporters, are absolutely false.  Every time a court has reviewed the allegations of her client over the last 24 years, they have been rejected.  There is no new information here.”

UPDATE 10/25/12 — 10:45 a.m.: 

A Massachusetts court ruled today that Mitt Romney’s testimony can be released to the media.

The judge did not lift the gag order on Maureen Sullivan Stemberg, which would have allowed her to discuss what transpired during the divorce proceedings.


It’s fall. The leaves are changing colors. Politics is in the air. And for the third straight year, Gloria Allred is representing a woman claiming to have bombshell information she says will affect a political race.

Allred went to court in Boston Tuesday to support the Boston Globe’s efforts to unearth testimony from Mitt Romney in a co-worker’s divorce hearing.

She represents Maureen Sullivan Stemberg, the woman involved in the divorce case. With her client by her side, Allred told reporters that they supported making Romney’s testimony public so those involved could speak about it publicly.

“We are here to express to the court that we have no objection to the motion by the Boston Globe, because we believe that the public has a right to know what Mitt Romney’s testimony under oath was, and so that is why we’re here this morning,” Allred said.

A Massachusetts judge put off ruling on whether to release the testimony, according to the Associated Press. The parties will be back in court Wednesday. An attorney for for Romney indicated he would not contest unsealing the testimony, leading many to wonder if it would be damaging at all.

Rumors about what it could say circulated Tuesday, as both Allred and Donald Trump promised October surprises.

Tuesday afternoon, Trump unleashed his own October surprise. He’d promised a bombshell but it turned out to be more of a dud. He said he’d give $5 million to charity if President Obama released records related to unfounded accusations that he is not an American citizen.

But for Allred, catching clients with shocking political secrets is old hat.

Last year, Allred went on the attack with a client who alleged then-Republican primary candidate Herman Cain sexually harassed her in a messy back-and-forth that persisted for months.

Sharon Bialek, with Allred representing her, was the first woman to openly accuse Cain of harassment.

Cain denied the allegations but ultimately ended his campaign for the Republican nomination. When he dropped out of the race, Bialek said it was her “vindication.”

In 2010, just before the congressional and gubernatorial races that rocketed Tea Party candidates into American government, Allred represented a woman claiming that California candidate for governor, Meg Whitman, had hired her as a housekeeper illegally and then fired her unceremoniously the year before the election.

Allred released a letter from the Social Security Administration on Sept. 30, 2010 that she said proved Whitman knew the client, Nicky Diaz, had been hired illegally.

Whitman and her husband, Griffith Harsh, denied knowing about Diaz’s legal status before she confessed it to them and left their home in 2009. The candidate blamed her opponent, current California Gov. Jerry Brown, for the accusations, and called them “a baseless smear attack.”

It wasn’t the only scandal to rock the Whitman campaign, and though she reportedly outspent her opponent six times over, Whitman lost to Brown.

So far, Romney seems to have no qualms about what Allred might discover he said in 1991.

“This is a decades-old divorce case in which Mitt Romney provided testimony as to the value of a company,” his lawyer, Robert Jones, said in a statement. “He has no objection to letting the public see that testimony.”

 

Made My Acting Debut, on Gloria Allred’s WE THE PEOPLE!

This week I made my TV acting debut on NBC’s We the People With Gloria Allred. Several weeks ago, a casting agency I registered with sent me to audition for a part on the show.

I ended up getting cast as a plaintiff who was suing the owner of a small airline for emotional distress and the cost of her therapy sessions after her vibrator accidentally went off in her luggage. The baggage check guy alerted the airline owner who made my character take out the vibrator in front of everyone on the plane, to her great humiliation. It’s based on a real case.

Haha, my first Hollywood experience, my first role, and this is how I’m cast! It felt very Jonathan Ames! So I did it. And it was a lot of fun, and a really interesting learning experience. I figured, so L.A., right?! I don’t know how much acting I’ll do – what I really want to do is write, but I wanted to see what it was like on a TV set, how things were done, what auditions were like, etc.

Anyway, it aired this Thursday afternoon on NBC. I’m working a job with long hours right now, but fortunately a very nice co-worker who lives close to the office let me use her apartment on my lunch hour to watch the show. Of course all I could do was stress about how neurotic I came across with my shaky voice and how drab I looked, but that was the character, so it was all good. I thought we all – the airline owner, the baggage check guy, and I – came across as very real. So I’m actually pretty okay with the way it turned out despite my blah look.

It’s funny that I’m a former litigator and have courtroom experience. And Gloria Allred is such a huge personality here. So very cool that my first gig was in a courtroom, being on her show!

Anyway, if it ever goes up on YouTube or NBC’s website, I’ll embed or link to it. I don’t think it’s up yet, but if you see it please let me know! The episode is called “Batteries Included.”

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