Martha breaks House Arrest?
The icon of the limousine liberals proves the adage true. The rules we make apply only to the little people. Martha obviously is much to important to abide by the rules her fancy attorneys negotiated. The Daily News has more.
Martha’s big night out spurs probe
Nice work if you can get it.
Officials are looking into whether Martha Stewart’s appearance at a glitzy Manhattan ball last week was proper under her workrelease program. The probe began after the domestic diva attended Time magazine’s gala Tuesday celebrating its 100 Most Influential People – including Stewart, authorities said.
“We have some information that this event may not have been directly work-related, so we will be doing some investigating,” said Chris Stanton, chief federal probation officer for the Southern District of New York.
Stewart, who was released from a five-month prison term in March and wears an electronic monitoring device, had received permission to attend the event from the Probation Department, he said.
Stewart was convicted of lying to authorities probing a stock trade. She is confined to her Westchester house except for 48 hours a week for religious services, food shopping, medical appointments and work.
Posted April 24, 2005 by Scared Monkeys
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