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This just in...: Harvard Club says "No thanks" to Eliot Spitzer; Deanna Favre breaks silence on sexting-scandal


Brett and Deanna Favre. (AP/George Clark)
  • Eliot Spitzer has been rejected by N.Y.C.'s Harvard Club -- which otherwise accepts almost every eligible applicant, reports the New York Times. The 1984 Harvard Law grad was snubbed by the admissions committee because of ... "Parker Spitzer," his much-panned CNN show? Nah, that messy call-girl scandal was the deal-breaker. A rep for Spitzer called the decision "disappointing."

  • Someone in the Brett Favre household is finally talking about the sexting scandal -- but not the Vikings quarterback. Deanna Favre, who alluded to her husband's infidelity in her 2007 autobiography, is promoting a new book and was asked about the allegations on "Good Morning America" Thursday. "Faith has gotten me through many difficult struggles," she said. "It will get me through this one."

  • By The Reliable Source  | October 22, 2010; 1:03 AM ET
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