On November 3, , Dr. Laura Schlessinger read an emotional statement to her radio audience regarding the placement of her nude pictures on the internet. Immediately my heart bled for her.
Today’s Cartoon: March 11, 2020
Tuesday, the day after a judge denied her injunction request and okayed the posting of nude pics of her year-old self on a porno Website, the normally outspoken Dr. Laura made her first public comments about the shots, addressing her "acute embarrassment" over the photos, dissing the man who snapped them and letting listeners know she has undergone "profound changes" in the years since. In a statement read on her hugely popular syndicated show and later posted on her Website, Dr. Laura first thanked fans for their support. Would that I could say the same! Laura buff can tell you, she eventually gave up her atheistic ways and became an Orthodox Jew. And that is the hard-won wisdom I try to pass along to others as I preach, teach and nag. Laura blasted the man who released the pictures, former California radio shrink Bill Ballance.
A federal court rules that the Internet Entertainment Group holds a valid copyright and can resume posting photos of the radio personality. In a blow to the year-old radio personality, the U. Laura, as her 18 million daily listeners call her, took IEG to court on Friday and Judge Dean Pregerson temporarily barred the site from publishing the photos. As reported, however, the judge lifted the restraining order yesterday. The photos now are back online and free to adult Net users for the next week. It is unclear how the publication of the photos will affect Dr. Laura's bully pulpit. Schlessinger preaches personal responsibility, is against divorce, and pushes values such as abstinence before marriage. She also tries to help her listeners avoid sexually explicit content on the Net by offering them the blocking program WebChaperone.
Internet Entertainment Group, a Seattle developer of adult entertainment sites, first posted nude pictures of Dr. Laura Schlessinger on 19 October. Now IEG is suing those who didn't comply with its demands to take them down. The company is an old hand at these kinds of lawsuits, having won more than five settlements in the past year alone from groups republishing its copyrighted pornography.