The hackers/leakers usually put out a sample to prove that they have the goods. This particular one is censored, but it does seem that he possesses the real deal, and they usually turn up eventually.
Barkin’s explicit nudity in Siesta was graphic by 1987 standards. It would still be shocking for a big-name star today.
Brie Larson in Tanner Hall (2011)
Of course all the fun bits are strategically hidden, but it’s a good tease.
“Women say they are suffering with smelly ‘KETO CROTCH’ as a result of following the low-carb regimen loved by stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jenna Jameson”
Just the way we used to do it in the Bronx.
“Simon Porte Jacquemus brings a super-tiny miniskirt to the masses with his new design, but some people are comparing the miniscule appearance to a hand towel.”
In that case, sir, you are free to go.
So he’s using the time-tested “Spanky and Alfalfa” defense. Presumably, he will not be allowed to run away and join the circus.
This is a real line from the article:
“Lawyers for Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, asked a federal judge in Northern Virginia on Friday to show leniency when he sentences Mr. Manafort next week, casting him as a loyal, compassionate, idealistic man who has learned a ‘harsh lesson.'”
Yeah, that sounds like him.
A quick reminder: In addition to the crimes he committed before his arrest, he continued to commit crimes while out on bail, then continued to commit serious crimes under house arrest, then continued to commit more crimes while actually in jail (by lying to the prosecutors after agreeing to a plea deal). Just a compassionate, idealistic man!
Of course, what else could the lawyers say? Lawyers are paid to offer the best possible defense of their client. They’d probably like to say, “Yeah, we admit it, he’s a total sleazeball with no remorse. And a con artist – don’t forget the fake wheelchair.” But that’s not how the system works.
Not to mention the only one whose body seems to consist entirely of original factory parts
“The supermodel extraordinaire opened up about her decision to go bare for photographer Russell James’s new book, Angels, as well as taking it off early in her career for Playbοy.”
Fair warning: the headline may be more sensational than what she actually said in the article.
“Golden Globe-winner Katherine Helmond, known for ‘Who’s the Boss?’, dead at 89“