Manhattan Litigator Dishes Celebrity Dirt
You have to love it when insiders decide it’s time to expose how celebrities truly are. That’s just what Eddie Hayes, a Manhattan litigator has done in his memoir, “Mouthpiece: A Life in – and Sometimes Just Outside – the Law.” Things we learn in the book:
- Andy Warhol loved wooden toilet seats.
- Lizzie Grubman is “a loudmouth who hangs out at late-night clubs with rappers and drinkers.” He touched on why people were out to sue the Grubman’s after her “car” incident. “They are coming after you because [Lizzie] ran down the whole [bleeping] neighborhood.”
- Jennifer Lopez constantly works it, even when she’s in jail.
- On Anna Wintour – “She’s a good mother – though she is physically incompetent,” he writes. “It was ridiculous to see her try to pick up her kids or give them ice cream or something. She just can’t – she doesn’t drive, and she can’t cook.”
Dishin’ Dirt On Lizzie And J.Lo [Page Six]