Disclosure of a Creepy Watcher

Would you move into a haunted house?

Three days after closing in June 2014, Derek Broaddus and his wife Maria began second guessing their $1.3 million purchase of 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey.  One typed note placed in the Broaddus’s mailbox served as the catalyst to a string of odd events that eventually led to a lawsuit filed against the previous homeowners, John and Andrea Woods.  Although the family’s horror movie started over four years ago, the story is most relevant now because everything is being disclosed, including the contents of each of the four letters sent to the Broadduses by “The Watcher.”  Read more

Late Apology for Late Show Lawsuit

Quill, by flickr user sure2talk, licensed by Creative Commons.

“My bad.”

A former intern who sued David Letterman is now apologizing for the lawsuit, saying lawyers forced her into the idea. In an apology letter sent to New York’s Daily News, Mallory Musallam expresses regret over suing The Late Show over unpaid wages. The intern, backed by similar employees dating back to 2008, had filed suit against Worldwide Pants, the force behind CBS’s popular late night television program. Musallam went as far as to claim that she had been treated like a “indentured servant” by Letterman and the staff at The Late Show. The suit was originally filed years ago in the New York Supreme Court, amongst a heard of other lawsuits involving unpaid interns.

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