The Circus Is Over, The Gloves Are Off
The statute of limitation on TO jokes is now over. After that press conference, bring it on.
His publicisit, Kim, is asking for it with her ditz routine and contradictory statements. She began losing credibility when she uttered this line, early on: "When I see a man of his statute." It's stature, hon, but if the slip fits, wear it. She's the one who started this whole thing when she made the 9-11 call of an attempted suicide (according to the police report), but now everyone else got it wrong and she's the hero.
Come on, people, don't hate me 'cause I think I'm beautiful, I just saved T.O.'s life from the worst allergic reaction in medical history.
Kimmy PR saved her best for last. She did wonders to save TO's public image when she left the microphone with this epic: "Terrell has 25 million reasons why he should be alive."
She should have collected a few of those stray "no comments" made famous by Drew Rosenhaus in front of TO's house a few years back and sprinkled them around today. Would have made her client look a whole lot better than this fiasco with the media did.
Jason La Canfora
September 27, 2006; 5:19 PM ET
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