No! Not again! I just washed my hair!Yes, where is the little emperor now, the couch-jumping romantic zealot that he is? Katie's amazing husband usually has something to say about everything not ordained by his beloved cult, er, church. You usually can't shut this guy up, and now he's quiet when one of his favorite tabloids implies she's a drug addict, of all things. If it was my wife they were accusing on the cover of a national magazine, I'd be screamin'.
Like a lot of Star's headlines, this one was quite a bit misleading, especially since the inside story had really nothing to do with drugs, but claimed Katie's hooked on Scientology treatments. Either way, it's more than Katie can stand, and today she filed a suit for libel, saying "Of all the fabricated stories that continue to be published about me, this instance is beyond the pale. The publisher knew this outrageous story was false and printed it anyway to sell magazines."
Does Katie's case have legs? She does have the best legal representation in Bert Fields, but if she's not able to prove Star published the story knowing it was untrue out of malice, the case could be thrown out. I think it's interesting she sues now, over this, when the tabs have said much worse than "she gets off on the e-meter". Is she upset because they took it away now that the story's out? Let the girl have her fun!