Wednesday, August 06, 2008
So, I guess that whatever Mary Kate Olsen told the feds, if in fact she did tell the feds anything about Heath Ledger and his drugs wasn't good enough. Last night Mary Kate was subpoenaed and now she is going to have to testify before a grand jury.
News worthy? Sure it is. It is a high profile death and some really strange shit happened after Heath was found unconscious. Really strange. Has anyone ever wondered why the masseuse called Mary Kate before 911? I mean really thought about it. I think that almost any human on the planet would call 911 first before making any other call, so to me the fact that she called Mary Kate first says to me that some other freaky stuff has happened in the past with the masseuse or with other Mary Kate employees, or that Mary Kate told someone to call her if Heath was acting strange.
Anyway, I'm guessing that as soon as the 24 hour news channels know when Mary Kate is going to testify that news vans will start camping out in front of the federal courthouse and really start investigating the circumstances surrounding the death much more thoroughly than they have. Someone must know something. There are too many people who were there who must have spoken to someone and that person will be found and interviewed, or bought.
I can just see the scrum that is about to begin. All of the Britney pap people are going to be shipped to New York to stalk Mary Kate. She will not be able to leave her place. When she does leave there will be hundreds of people following her and, although probably wrong, people are going to link her testifying before a grand jury with an actor who died of a drug overdose. She will never be able to get around it. For the next few years even if nothing happens, every interview will have at least one Heath Ledger question in the hopes she will say something she has not said previously.
No one has really dug into her private life previously, but they will now. If there is any kind of hint of impropriety there will be an unauthorized biography and stories will be written and people will be interviewed and her life will never be the same.