Friday, September 16, 2005

Zellweger Asks for Privacy During Breakup - Yahoo! News

Zellweger Asks for Privacy During Breakup - Yahoo! News

Hmmm, that in and of itself doesn't come as any surprise. I'd suppose I'd want a private anullment too. The interesting thing in the article is that Renee filed for the anullment and listed in the court documents was the word 'fraud' as a reason. Fraud? What, you were expecting more good songs too like "Anything But Mine" or "Please Come to Boston" and instead got "Old Blue Chair"? As disappointing as that is, I don't think its fraud. Fraud is when you turn on a Country Radio station and hear Jewel or Rascall Flatts...but I digress.

Here's a quote from the article:
"In court papers filed Wednesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, the Oscar-winning actress listed "fraud" as the reason for the breakup with the country music star.
The term was "simply legal language and not a refection of Kenny's character," Zellweger said in a statement Friday."

Still, fraud is an odd reason to use. I wonder if they're returning the wedding gifts, or will there be new fraud cases coming to the courts...

Comments on "Zellweger Asks for Privacy During Breakup - Yahoo! News"


Blogger Hermione Van Der Postings said ... (September 17, 2005 11:11 PM) : 

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Blogger Hermione Van Der Postings said ... (September 17, 2005 11:17 PM) : 

Why this nebulous "fraud", allegation has been mooted as a reason for divorce is an enigma that deserves further speculation.
Did Kenny purport to be a drummer in a thrash band?
Did Kenny try and disguise himself as an English upper class lothario with a penchant for over-weight women with fake English accents?
Did Kenny fail to provide convincing evidence that he was not the reason for Dolly Parton’s breast reduction?
This is all supposition and only the TRUTH will expurgate such damning conjecture


Blogger Eaglewing said ... (September 18, 2005 2:52 AM) : 

Dolly Parton had breast reduction?! Say it isn't so! ;-)

Somehow I don't think Chesney could "disguise himself as an English upper class lothario" even if he wanted to...

Yeah, that whole fraud thing really does make one wonder - if one wondered about such things. What I, and hopefully I'm not the only one, am wondering is - what does expurgate mean? Talk about your 'word of the day' :)


Blogger The Original LRU said ... (September 18, 2005 3:24 AM) : 

ex·pur·gate - To remove erroneous, vulgar, obscene, or otherwise objectionable material from (a book, for example) before publication.

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