agasfer (agasfer) wrote,


Скверный день для бывшего секс-блоггера с капитолийского холма Джессики Катлер, т к федеральный судья отказался выбросить иск против нее бывшего бойфренда, который утверждает, что она оскорбила его в своем блоге...Роберт Штейнбах, ныне младший профессор юриспруденции в У-те Арканзаса, обвиняет ее в том, что ее блог вызвал у него "сильнейшее эмоциональное неудобство, и чувства унижения, стыда и страдания, и требует компенсации в неуказанном размере."
Вот еще один феерический мудак, прости Господи. Не спи с кем попало, а если спишь-будь готов платить по счетам. Замечу, что Катлер ни разу не назвала его по имени. Ваще, яппи, эта человеческая микоплазма, мне бесконечно омерзительны.

For Washingtonienne, A Rendezvous at the Bar?

By Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts
Thursday, April 6, 2006; Page C03

Bad day for former Capitol Hill sex blogger Jessica Cutler, as a federal judge refused to dismiss the lawsuit against her by an ex-boyfriend who claims she humiliated him in her explicit online diary.

The ruling means that what may be the most ironic invasion-of-privacy claim ever could soon spill its lurid details in a local courtroom, assuming you're still panting for more. Cutler -- whose widely circulated "Washingtonienne" blog caused her to lose her low-level Senate job but win book and TV deals -- never disclosed the full names of her paramours online, so former Hill aide Robert Steinbuch's identity as one of her lovers was not widely known until he filed the suit against her last year.

Steinbuch, now an assistant professor of law at the University of Arkansas, alleges that Cutler's blog posts about their sex life caused "severe emotional distress, humiliation, embarassment and anguish." He's seeking unspecified damages. His lawyer did not return repeated calls for comment yesterday.

Cutler said she could not comment on the case. Her attorney, John Umana, downplayed the significance of the decision. He noted that Judge Paul L. Friedman, while allowing the case to proceed, noted that Steinbuch may have missed the one-year statute of limitations -- most of Cutler's blog entries about "RS" went online more than a year before he filed suit. Also, Umana said, the judge noted that "he's the one who identified himself by name in the complaint."

If it's all making your head hurt -- well, you're not the only one. D.C. media lawyer Alice Neff Lucan notes that Cutler's defense rests in part on the argument that her blog couldn't have invaded Steinbuch's privacy . . . because their colleagues already knew about their affair. "Yuck," she said. "This might be one of those cases where bad cases make bad law."

UPDT: By popular demand, I have finally created a key to keeping my sex life straight.

In alpha order:

AJ=The intern in my office whom I want to fuck.

F=Married man who pays me for sex. Chief of Staff at one of the gov agencies, appointed by Bush.

J=Lost my virginity to him and fell in love. Dude who has been driving me crazy since 1999. Lives in Springfield, IL. Flies halfway across the country to fuck me, then I don't hear from him for weeks.

MD=Dude from the Senate office I interned in Jan. thru Feb. Hired me as an intern. Broke up my relationship w/ MK (see below).

MK=Serious, long-term boyfriend whom I lived with since 2001. Disastrous break up in March, but still seeing each other.

R=AKA "Threesome Dude." Somebody I would rather forget about.

RS=My new office bf with whom I am embroiled in an office sex scandal. The current favorite.

W=A sugar daddy who wants nothing but anal. Keep trying to end it with him, but the money is too good.

Shit. I'm fucking six guys. Ewww.

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