Every once in a while, when we see someone wearing clothes that have a skull-and-crossbones symbol on them (okay, so every day), we wonder whatever happened to Jared Paul Stern. He was the "Page Six" reporter who allegedly tried to extort Ron Burkle, and then got busted when Burkle turned tapes of their meetings over to authorities. JPS, who created the clothing line Skull and Bones (only to be outdone by everyone from Mark Ecko to Ralph Lauren), was fired from "Page Six," and then wrote a book about the experience. Sadly, the book was never picked up, and we haven't heard from him since. But today, WWD lets us know what he's been up to. Since November, he's been blogging for Kempt, a men's fashion Website. He covers liquor, luxury, and famous dudes. Kind of like what he did at "Page Six," except with even more freedom to glorify men and objectify women. Stern says that the lawsuit he filed against Burkle, which also included the Daily News and Bill and Hillary Clinton, is still pending. "It's on autopilot," he told WWD. "These things take a while to go through the courts system." We can only assume the suit is hopelessly outdated. Silly Jared, don't you know Burkle and the Clintons broke up?
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