Yeah, yeah, I'm an ass, but you can't tell me that you wouldn't do the same damn thing and everyone knows that. So, my guess is that these diaries are probably appointment planners or something as generic and boring. If they were the big bang, don't you think the feds would have taken them in their 20 other searches of the place?
What I found way more interesting in the NY Daily News article today, but seems to have been glossed over is the fact that Anne may have got lover boy to come back to the US to be arrested by the feds.
The article states that Raffy boy was over in Italy from which he probably would not have been extradited, but was talked into coming back to the US by Anne.
“He was in Europe, working on a deal,” says a source. “He didn’t have to come back to New York. He knew he was being investigated. But she kept calling him, saying they needed to resolve their future. A few days after his return, he was arrested.”
Nice huh? Wonder how that will play out in the film. Did she do it because she made a deal with the feds or did she do it out of revenge or, was it simply that she wanted to break it off with him in person? I'm going with the revenge thing, although making a deal with the feds to save your own skin is not a bad way to go. I mean she is a famous actress and he probably was growing tiresome so she dumps him to save herself, continues to make tons of money and achieve fame and laughs silently as he stews in prison. The problem with that theory is that Raffy isn't going to prison for life for this and if she did sell him out, he is going to be one unhappy dude when he gets out of the clink and will probably sell his version of the story whether true or not to the tabloids. No, hang on. He seems more of a book person. Ghost written with lots of photos of Anne in really compromising positions.
This trial will be really, really good. I think it will easily eclipse the Christie Brinkley thing for juiciness.