Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The TV producer accused of blackmailing David Letterman about affairs with staffers is drawing on the Tiger Woods sex scandal to bolster his defense.

In court papers filed Tuesday, Joe Halderman's lawyer noted that Tiger Woods had apparently paid mistresses millions to stay silent, and it was perfectly legal. ''Evidence of celebrity misdeeds has a significant fair market value,'' the lawyer declared, and keeping quiet for cash is "routine" business in a celebrity-obsessed world.

In unrelated news, Jon Gosselin is in a coma after being pelted by a hundred thousand dimes.

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