Friday, October 12, 2018

Blind Item #14

The manager of several A listers has enlisted the help of multiple attorneys in LA to keep them from representing one of his client's spouse should there be a divorce. To that end, there is a strategy being discussed where there is an annulment which would likely be contested. There won't be any high profile lawyers left in town who are not conflicted. 

37 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Scooter Braun?
Bieber/Baldwin

Ophelia said...

+1 also represents Ariana/Pete

SteveD said...

It's like when Tony Soprano had a consultation with every divorce lawyer in town so that they couldn't represent Carmela.

Ophelia said...

he also manages Karlie I think who ~may~ be getting married soon.

Used to manage Kanye - could be relevant if the blind about the impending Kimye divorce comes to fruition

PoliticallyIncorrect71 said...

Clooney

Guesser said...

This blind was made up from the comments,lol. But it might be true. Bieber is turning into Britney.

The Raving Badger said...

Scooter on behalf of Biebs so he can get away from that gold digging remora- Hailey. If that bitch loved him at all, she'd have his ass in rehab. The meth sores on his face made me throw up in my mouth a little.

Brayson87 said...

Scooter f*cked up when he let that marriage happen in the first place. Won't be surprised if they find her hanging out in the back of a yacht like that Australian girl.

Moose said...

Sounds like Kim/Kanye and the forthcoming divorce?

Brayson87 said...

The only marriage with a hope of an annulment is Bieber's.

notthisagain said...

scooter

Irish Eileen said...

I thought annulments only applied when married in the church. Bieber wasn't married in the church...?

parissucksliterally said...

This sounds like Tony Soprano meeting all the lawyers in NJ so Carmella couldn't hire them....

parissucksliterally said...

Steve D! Hahahahahaah - GREAT MINDS!

OKC Teacher said...

The Catholic Church annulled my marriage that was held 15 years before in a Presbyterian Church.

My former husband’s wife is Catholic, they were married in an “interfaith” ceremony (Catholic & Presbyterian). I think that’s
what it’s called, a Presbyterian Minister & a Catholic Priest, both officiated. That’s what our sons described, I don’t know, I wasn’t invited. ;)

It was her second marriage as well. She was married for over 15 years with 2 kids, the Catholic Church.

Whatever! I still plan to collect off of his Social Security Benefits when I retire bc he made/makes way more than I do.

Sam Georges said...

Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker. Maybe an annulment because the baby isn't his?

Katie Schaf said...

I wanted to be married in the church (please, no one hold it against me; I'm one of the ones who can not stand Christians who judge others...to me it's sacrilegious) but I wanted my father to walk me down the aisle. My father didn't like my ex-husband & my father was proven right years later (however, his dislike was for other reasons; also, I don't think parents should disown their child when they're more than gainfully employed, a full-time college student, & financially self-sufficient in every way including said college when parents had the more than the means to assist with college; also I was legally blind - couldn't see better than 20/400 WITH prescription and was a lifetime sufferer from cluster headaches & seizures due to an infection at 20 wks in utero). After 16 years and one child I was able to seek an annulment after my ex-husband tried to kill me and our daughter (I believe he was really after me & my money); part of this action took place in front of the police as the chaos caused by him destroying all the furniture in our house beforehand brought them to our house, although for my daughter's sake I was desperate to get out anyway. This was the one time I was physically attacked in any way. Thankfully, my daughter never was as it was verbal threats in her case (more than horrible for an 8 yr old, who is now 25 & deals with PTSD from that day still; it's hard because she doesn't want to talk about it, I don't want to again be someone who judges her father as that relationship is between them but I'm still feel protective; we were given counseling by the Attorney General just for that purpose then over a 2 yr period of time; I wish she could be given it now because she will not seek it herself & I need to remain objective as possible; he has left us alone after initially having people pursue us for a couple years for a negative purpose but I wish somehow he had could have been rehabilitated & be some healthy source for my daughter to have in her life where protection isn't required).

Brayson87 said...

@OKC, Haha nothing like having to pay off the Catholic Church for an annulment so one can get officially remarried, most folks just convert to another branch of Christianity.

Katie Schaf said...

(cont'd, although please don't read if not interested)...
Because of my father is why I sought it in the first place, but because of our daughter I later decided against it (it wasn't about getting money from him but honoring how my daughter was brought into this world...at least it was genuine on my part and I told over & over by my ex-husband it was the same during that part of our unity). The judge stated that he would have granted me either (I have a court transcript stating this). My ex-husband's father, who lives in another country somewhat far away from the U.S., later gave me a copy of my ex-husband's grade school transcripts that included behavioral actions taken - especially during elementary school where my ex-husband was expelled from 3 different schools in different districts as he was from a military family; school officials described him as a budding sociopath to a definitive one up to high school. His only vice was cigarettes, where he started smoking at a relatively young age, around the same time he became a juvenile offender unbeknownst to me until our daughter was 5 yrs old, as he had "stayed out of trouble" for all the time we were together until then where he had a theft infraction. Unlike my ex-husband, I did experience corporal punishment from my father & corporal punishment was available at the 2 elementary schools I attended, but thankfully, I was a good student in academics & conduct and even got many awards for it throughout; thankfully, corporal punishment in my state was banned for all within a decade later. The rationale behind my father's "punishment" given to my brother & I would have caused major legal trouble for my father today (but peace has been made with this as he is now almost 82 yrs old as the occurrences were somewhat reflective on my father's own upbringing and the stress involved before & after his parents immigration from a part of Europe that was in a horrible state at the time...Sound of Music is a movie that reflects this well except for where the family ended up; also, losing my brother changed his perspective on everything in life, eventually). Anyway, I apologize for my very lengthy response (I've been told to write a book about this many times by the people who witnessed it, I guess to help others as that's what I would want to do somehow if I did write it; I do want to protect my daughter though). These days, I think anyone can see that almost anything is possible in the U.S. As to the annulment process in South Florida, I can attest to it being considered for a wide variety of reasons for a relationship & later marriage that even involved a child(ren) that occurred from 1989 to 2006 where the judge decided this in 2006 (I will say my ex didn't object to whatever I filed for, so I can't say if the judge's decision would have been overturned by an appellant court).

(P.S. I had met my ex-husband right after losing my only sibling & my de facto parent; all of my friends were going away to college where I needed to stay locally to help the business that my brother founded & I later was his VP as it grew immensely in a rather short period of time; I had always wanted to be a accountant & lawyer due to my Asperger's where my brother was studying for the latter so I started earlier than most others & got to be a CPA entering law school after acceptance until I fell seriously ill as did my only child...something we both found out later was a congenital recessive autoimmune neurological condition that can widely vary as to the severity & onset; my daughter's came on first & I think the stress level of instances like seeing her in the ICU almost dying triggered mine as then I got much worse than her but that's also because I'm her mom aka much older).

Sd Auntie said...

Just read on BG (i think)that SG may tried to kill herself over the marriage. Get that annulment quickly.

Sd Auntie said...

Annulments through the Catholic Church are given for Domestic Violence, failure to report previous marriages, not wanting kids,lots of stuff. I helped several folks with this and its not costly at all. Government annulments are given for fraud.

Amartel said...

This is such a skeezy thing to do. If you have to eliminate all the lawyers in town in order to win you suck and should lose.

Dannette said...

Get real. This is reality. All's fair in love and war.

VDOVault said...

Oh a law firm 'beauty contest' or 'audition' as we used to call them in the legal business! It happens pretty regularly in my area of expertise (intellectual property law).

You as the prospective client interview with every decent lawyer in town, pick the one you like best & when the other side of the case goes shopping for their counsel, all the best are 'conflicted' out because they have heard your side & cannot disclose what they know (legal ethics rules)

No idea who the manager's client is (not totally sure who the manager is either, guesses here are probably right) but this is a strategy. As a prospective firm one way to curb this is to not offer your initial consultation for free so you at least get paid for your time even if you lose the beauty contest.

Sam Georges said...

If it's Adam Driver, he absolutely deserves to win. His wife is the fuckimg devil.

Sabre said...

Jesus Katie. Could you condense that into a TL;DR for us, please?

Sabre said...

I think what Katie was trying to say is that if your spouse tries to murder you, you can get an annulment...not sure why you still have to go to counseling though.

Where's that guy who makes the blinds readable? We need him here.

Shelli Onaznap said...

@Katie Schaf WHAT THE HELL?!?! Waayyyy to much information. Really. Short and sweet is much better for this blog.

California Girl said...

Bieber/Baldwin marriage

Hortensia said...

Only the Mafia can go around putting the squeeze on attorneys not to represent someone. Not a manager! What a silly blind.

Aquagirl said...

Hailey is a POS. She’s just waiting around for him to OD so that she can get all his money. Who would’ve ever imagined this scenario: Selena in a psych ward, Beiber possibly OD’ing, and Hailey left with all the $. I like the scenario of Hailey hanging off the back of a yacht much better.

mercyprosperity said...

I am still trying to process how someone could marry a seriously disturbed young addict, just to get his cash.

I guess I'm just too human

Christine 16 said...

So you were able to get an annulment after being married for 16 years and obviously consummating the marriage by having a child?

Christine 16 said...

You're entitled to some of an ex spouse's social security checks?

Sd Auntie said...

+ 1000000 aquagirl and mercyprosperity.

mary lamb said...

Seriously, did anyone really read Katie's comments? I may have considered reading them had they been structured with actual paragraphs but holy shit, that there is a serious eye/mind blur.
From what I did scan, my advice is to see someone. Best of luck, Katie.

OKC Teacher said...

@Katie, I sorry you had to go through all that!

@Christine 16-Your Monthly SS Benefit Amount payments are based on your Income or your Spouse’s. They base the amount off

whichever’s income is greater. Divorced people are eligible to collect the former spouse’s amount, IF: They were married @

least 10 years, are 62 yrs old and single.

@Brayson There was definitely some sort of payoff/donation to the Catholic Church in my case. IMO Second Wife had been “saved”

and relocated with her family from Vietnam, following the war. Lots of resources and money was spent, back then.

Papers were sent to his parents, my parents and the Minister, before the “hearing”. I also provided 2 Church Member’s & 2 Wedding

Party Member’s information to the Diocese. A lot of involved and invasive paperwork. (My marriage is still legally recognized by the State, Federal Government & the Presbyterian Church).” The Diocese offered to “allow” me to view the documents related to their decision. I had to view the documents, in their building, with their Representative alongside me, the entire time. I declined.

I wouldn’t have been upset if he came to me and said, “Hey, it means a lot to her to remarry in the Church, no disrespect to our marriage.

this is what I have to do, sorry”.

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