Long thought to be lost in the “never going to give them back” bureaucracy that is the federal government, they have emerged.
They have not emerged with their rightful owner, but with someone who is using them to blackmail various people mentioned.
The owner is an A list mostly movie actress who is an Academy Award winner/nominee.
The journals were written over a period time when the actress was just beginning her career. It names names of those she had to sleep with to land parts.
It names names of those who harassed her or she saw harass others.
It lists a lot of encounters with men who were married at the time.
It is a who’s who of names and dates and acts.
It is so detailed that anyone who is contacted by the blackmailer realizes they have no chance of waffling out of it.
One permanent A list director who is beloved by Hollywood and the public and his wife is the latest to be targeted and is considering paying the 7 figure sum.
The problem won’t go away though.
Peter Segal, Linda Segal – Get Smart (2008)
Ang Lee, Jane Lin – Brokeback Mountain (2006)
FBI grabs Anne Hathaway’s diaries
Anne Hathaway could be drawn deeper into the fraud scandal of her ex-boyfriend, Raffaello Follieri, now that FBI agents have seized the actress’ private journals, sources tell us.
The agents confiscated the intimate diaries of the “Devil Wears Prada” star during another raid on Follieri’s $37,500-a-month Trump Tower pad, according to the sources. Seeking to bolster their case against the dashing Italian, who has been charged with 11 counts of fraud and money laundering, agents are also said to have seized photos of Follieri with Bill and Hillary Clinton, Pope John Paul II, and John and Cindy McCain. Also confiscated were documents, watches, a Tiffany clock, an antique Bible and personal photos of Follieri and Hathaway.
Hathaway, who has been charged with no crime, has cut off all contact with the 30-year-old Follieri, say sources. While Follieri recently had associates return to Hathaway a $250,000 abstract painting that had hung in his pad, “she’s changed her numbers so he can’t reach her,” says a friend. “Raffaello has been trying to call her all the time.”
The disconnect notice is bound to darken the 7½-by-8-foot Metropolitan Correctional Center cell where Follieri has been held since his June 24 arrest, which stemmed from his bid to sell Catholic Church properties.
“Raffaello is doing very badly,” says a friend of Follieri, who was hospitalized for an anxiety attack the day he was locked up. “He says people are abusing him. He’s a broken man.”
According to friends, he still wonders whether Hathaway, 25, helped put him behind bars. “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.”
Hathaway’s rep declined to comment on “nonsense” and “false assumptions.”
Last week, prosecutors said Follieri was considering a plea deal. “It’s very fishy,” says one source. “He hasn’t even been indicted yet, and already they’re talking a plea? But he may have no money and the feds may have him so scared that he thinks this is his best shot.” – Source