Monday, October 22, 2007

Cashing in on the I-man

Kia Vaughn's lawyer says Coach C. Vivian pressured his client to drop her lawsuit against the dusty fossil.

But it's Coach C. Vivian's pastor who speaks the

Stringer's pastor, Rev. DeForest Soaries, said he attended a September meeting at the university with players, parents and Ancowitz, and that at no point did he or Stringer advise them to drop the lawsuit. That meeting was held before Vaughn dropped her suit.

Soaries said he'd talked with some of the players — although not Vaughn — and that they had been under the impression Imus would settle the suit quickly. He told them that might not be the case.

"It was important to me to counter the notion that this was a 'slam-dunk, never go to trial, we're going to settle and make a lot of money' situation," Soaries said.

Do you mean these virtuous maidens wanted quick cash? I'm shocked!

I hope one of them does sue the calcified relic, if only for my entertainment. I can see the I-man's lawyer asking for Ipods, CDs, concert tix and any other evidence that these vestal virgins paid cold cash to have men call them worse things than Imus ever has.

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