It’s Friday, so let’s keep it light, shall we? So, what do Wolf Popper, an alleged stalker, sex at the lake, a New York City Police detective, a former model allegedly cheating on her new husband with the alleged stalker, and an uber-famous journalist's third marriage have in common? No, it’s not the screenplay for Pulp Fiction 2, but that was a pretty good guess.
Actually, seems the Lead Plaintiff in the Genesis Microchip securities class action (which is on appeal to the Ninth Circuit after being dismissed this September), Christine Kuehbeck, is the center of attention in an alleged love triangle gone awry. Very awry. This time, you’ll have to read the decision to get all the details, so find a friend with a Lexis password, and break out the beer and popcorn. It’s going to be a wild ride.
Do not pass GO, go directly to Silver v. Kuehbeck, issued November 7, 2005, at 2005 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 26956.
Nugget: “As Plaintiff walked away, Defendant turned to him and said, ‘I’m going to have you taken care of.’”