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Kenneth Starr

  1. the national interest
    Don’t Make Impeachment Partisan, Warns Party That Impeached Clinton Over Sex“The Pandora’s box they have opened today will do irreparable injury to our country in the years ahead,” says Republican who forgets Bill Clinton.
  2. the national interest
    How the Republican Party Built a Presidency Above the Law for Donald TrumpA legal doctrine of all power to the GOP, from Kenneth Starr to William Barr.
  3. scores
    Diane Passage Is Divorcing Ponzi Schemer Ken StarrShe’s on the lookout for a new companion, since “billionaire is the new millionaire.”
  4. passage to prison
    Ken Starr’s Infatuation With Stripper Fourth Wife Gets Him 7.5 Years in Prison“I lost my moral compass.”
  5. scores
    Diane Passage Climbing Back Up the PoleThe wife of accused Ponzi-schemer Kenneth Starr is auditioning for a new stripper reality show.
  6. passage to prison
    Accused Ponzi Schemer Finds Out the Hard Way That the Feds Read Jail MailDisgraced financier Ken Starr’s prison love notes revealed.
  7. strippers without hearts of gold
    Diane Passage on Moving On: ‘Billionaire Is the New Millionaire’Jailed Ponzi schemer Ken Starr’s wife is not waiting around.
  8. starrs
    Kenneth Starr Did a Bad Thing, But He’s Not a Bad PersonThe celebrity money manager pleads guilty to fraud.
  9. passage to prison
    Flashy Purchases Were Ken Starr’s UndoingThe biggest one of which was apparently his wife.
  10. ponzied
    Carly Simon Was a Victim of Money Manager Ken Starr, But Walter Cronkite ‘Got Out Early’Lucky him.
  11. ballsy crime
    Even After Marrying a Man Who Made Millions, Diane Passage Continued Pole DancingAt least accused Ponzi schemer Ken Starr’s wife had a strong work ethic.
  12. undignified arrests
    Kenneth Starr’s Arrest Was Rather Undignified“He hid in the closet and put some clothes over his head.”
  13. starrs
    Alleged Ponzi Schemer Kenneth Starr Targeted Stars (Updated)A Manhattan money manager for “socialites and luminaries in the entertainment and business worlds” has been charged with fraud.
  14. white men with money
    Jeff Epstein Trades Big House for Big House“I don’t like living in another man’s house,” billionaire money manager Jeffrey Epstein was quoted saying in New York five years ago, referring to the $10 million of renovations he was making on his 51,000-square-foot Upper East Side mansion. That’s too bad for him, because the Post is reporting this morning that despite the best efforts of his lawyer Ken Starr, Epstein has made a deal with Florida state authorities and will soon be going to prison for up to eighteen months for soliciting underage prostitutes. This means Epstein will have to leave his massive Upper East Side mansion, his pink Palm Beach spread, his New Mexico ranch, and his 100-acre private island in the U.S. Virgin islands behind for one of three places: the West County Detention Facility, a spacious spread located 45 miles west of West Palm Beach in the city of Belle Glade, Florida; the Palm Beach County Stockade, a seventeen-acre compound adjacent to the South Florida Fairgrounds (although, as an inmate, you can’t go to the fair, the Stockade does offer Culinary Arts and Drug Education classes); or the Main Detention Center. This last option, a $52 million twelve-story high-rise in West Palm, might most remind Epstein of home — except, of course, he’ll be sharing it with 2,106 other roommates. ‘Unhappy Ending’ Plea Deal [NYP] Earlier: Jeffrey Epstein, International Money Man of Mystery [NYM]