September 9, 2012 1:45 pm
LeAnn Rimes had entered a “rehab” facility for 30 days. A rehab facility which allows their clients a very flexible schedule. LeAnn’s tour had already been scheduled when she “entered” rehab… so why bother with the “rehab” story, other than to elicit sympathy. ’Cause doesn’t everyone feel bad when they hear of a celeb tryin’ to better themselves by puttin’ themselves in rehab?
The latest re LeAnn is that she has decided to donate any proceeds from her ridiculous
PR stunt lawsuit to charity. LeAnn announced that she will donate any future winnings from the lawsuit to The Trevor Project, an organization that works to prevent suicides among gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning teenagers.
NOTE: Another PR ploy is for a celeb to connect themselves with “charity” work. LeAnn has gotten sympathy for her “rehab”
stunt stint and now the “charity” route!? Will The Trevor Project accept LeAnn’s donation knowing that the lawsuit is one of a “David v Goliath” nature? The lawsuit is, from what ALL is known, a big bully (LeAnn) goin’ after a disagreeable fan. Granted, the disagreeable fan taped her conversation with LeAnn; however, what is LeAnn looking to get from suing the disagreeable fan and her daughter? Her home? Her salary?
The Trevor Project is a charity which assists many who have been bullied in their lives… will The Trevor Project take LeAnn’s “donation” … a donation which will be the result of a bullying tactic… without question? If LeAnn is looking for more sympathy and looking for more people to side with her re her pursuing the lawsuit, LeAnn is going about it the wrong way. Getting a charity involved is not going to cover the fact that LeAnn is proceeding with a bully lawsuit. Instead of donating to charity, LeAnn would get better PR by dropping the lawsuit immediately… and having another legally recorded chat with the CA school teacher she’s suing.
New Miami Housewife, Karent Sierra tells the Miami Herald…
Sierra gets that Bravo likes to bring home the drama, but the former model swears that the upcoming fights among the ladies were not staged.
“A lot of people who watch reality TV will think that it’s fake, but there’s nothing fabricated on this show,’’ promises Sierra, who talks about the incident in which one unfortunate cast member got thrown into the aforementioned pool.
“That day we were filming, and I thought, ‘What did they put in the water? Did you feed us something?’ ” (We’ll have to consult Andy Cohen).