UPDATE July 17:
State’s attorney: Cops did not hit on Drew Peterson’s fiancee
July 17, 2009
BY JOE HOSEY firstname.lastname@example.org
…Brodsky said he planned to file a motion regarding the state police detective’s supposed romantic overture.
Charles B. Pelkie, the spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office, refuted Brodsky’s accusation, calling it “preposterous and disingenuous.”…
It seems that Ms. Raines is not on the same page as Joel Brodsky when it comes to the definition of “being asked out on a date”, as evidenced by this email sent out on behalf of Christina Raines by her lawyer, Gloria Allred.
From: Gloria Allred
Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 7:02 PM
To: Miller, Jeffrey; O’Connor, Kerry
Subject: Chrissie Raines
Dear Jeff and Kerry,
Last night Greta ran a story about my client Chrissie Raines who is the fiancé of Drew Peterson. Unfortunately before the story was run no one contacted me for a response. I represent Chrissie Raines in the criminal case of People v. Drew Peterson and I am her spokesperson. Enclosed please find my response to the allegation that Greta ran on her show involving Ms. Raines. I hope that Greta will be able to run my response. Thank you very much.
“Chrissie has not had dinner with or gone to the movies with any police officer other than Drew Peterson and she has no interest in doing so. She does not feel that she was “hit on” by any police officer.
We do not think there is a basis for filing a complaint against any police officer and we have no plans to file such a complaint.”
Very truly yours,
Allred, Maroko & Goldberg
Thanks to Harleyjoey for the link!
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