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Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Cynthia Ore-An Inconvenient Woman
She wants her money. The new hot political site The Politico has the scoop.
He's threatening to renege on the deal: Sherwood contends he's no longer bound by the settlement because, he charges, the ex-mistress violated its confidentiality clause, said the sources, speaking on the condition of anonymity because they were concerned about breaching the confidentiality agreement themselves.
But it appears that he broke the agreement: Lawyer Ning Ye, who helped negotiate the settlement for Ore, said he stopped representing her last month and would not discuss specifics of the settlement. But he pointed out that after the agreement, Sherwood appeared in a campaign television ad denying the abuse and asking voters to forgive him for the affair.
"Public admission of the affair is a kind of disclosure," Ye said. The commercial, he added, revealed elements of "the factual basis leading to the confidential settlement agreement" and, as such, could constitute a violation.
Slimy people arguing over money, what fun. Somehow I think this will drag on, hopefully until 2008.
My friend John lost his pictures of Miss Ore. Here are some: