Thursday, March 01, 2007

Lasorda’s Lawyer to Madame: Liar, Liar, Crotch-less Pants On Fire

Tommy Lasorda's lawyer has a pretty good defense for his client. He's too cheap. While it is conceivable that Tommy probably does dabble in favors from women other than his wife while watching adult films, he most certainly won’t pay for it.

According to Lasorda's lawyer, Tony Cappazola: "He's very upset. It's a slimy book so full of inaccuracies. For instance, she says she called Tommy back on his cellphone and he didn't even have a cellphone. She claims that she arranged for a nice blonde to come over to his hotel, and everybody knows that he is into Asians. (Alright, that last line might have been made up.)

"She's an over-the-hill, desperate hooker attempting to make a buck," said the lawyer, who scoffed at Gibson's claim that Lasorda paid $1,500 in cash. "You know Lasorda. He wouldn't buy lunch," Cappazola said.

Yeah, that’s the ticket. Lasorda might receive oral sex, but he damn sure isn't going to pay for it. Wow, who else is convinced?

Source: The New York Post.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

needs more Bish

DAWUSS said...

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Seitz said...

This guy was awesome on Simerssss and Roggin yesterday. The first part of the interview, he went on and on about how Tommy would so, and exactly how you make a case for libel and on and on.

By the end of the interview he was saying "ya know, I think I'm just going to advise Tommy to drop the whole thing". As if discussing the procedure just seemed like a lot of work.

Nice lawyering, dude.

bucky said...

"The first part of the interview, he went on and on about how Tommy would so, and exactly how you make a case for libel and on and on."

You want to know how to make a case for libel? You throw it in the trashcan.

I didn't hear the segment, of course, but I don't have to in order to understand that any lawyer talking about bringing a libel case is not there to present a legal argument, but to give a public relations presentation.

You wanna sue, Tommy? Go ahead and file your lawsuit, and the other side will serve you with a truckload of discovery. I'm sure the defense would really object to all the publicity they'd get when Tommy shows up for a deposition at which they get to ask all kinds of uncomfortable questions.