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Geoffrey Edelsten has again been left to rue the price of his visit to dating website sugardaddyforme.com, with Justice David Beach ruling in the Supreme Court on Monday against his claim for costs. In October, Edelsten sought, and won, an injunction
Wayne Taylor Brynne Edelsten has slammed a Woman's Day report which claims she worked as a stripper in Arizona before she fell madly in love with Geoffrey Edelsten and became a celebrity in her adopted homeland...Her former lover Eddie Spaghetti''
Wilk It's time for Barry O'Farrell to stop concerning himself with trivial issues and act swiftly to declare Melbourne Cup day a public holiday in NSW. Every year thousands of Victoria's finest perch themselves on the bonnets of their Commodores in
Mr Edelsten sat stony-faced throughout the brief judgment, which Justice Beach opened with the observation that a fellow judge had, "a little over 13 years ago", heard evidence from a witness he described as "the greatest perjurer that ever lived". "
John Woudstra THE judge in Geoffrey Edelsten's case in the Supreme Court has labelled him and the woman he is suing, 32-year-old New Jersey sales rep Stacy da Silva, as unreliable witnesses. Justice David Beach said yesterday he had found two of the
Edelstens My Bedazzled Life slumped in the ratings last night. The second episode of the Channel 7 reality show dropped to 809,000 viewers nationally. The result is well down on last week's Bedazzled premiere which averaged 930,000 viewers. My
The details of what she said to the court are suppressed, but there is little doubt Stacy da Silva's testimony this afternoon would have been excruciatingly embarrassing to Geoffrey Edelsten. As the 32-year-old sales rep from Lincoln, New Jersey gave
Ken Irwin THE marriage of controversial businessman Geoffrey Edelsten and his reality TV show wife was apparently not so bedazzling earlier this year when the pair wrestled during an argument, a court has heard. Giving evidence at a civil trial over
Brynne This disgraceful road-crash of a program would, in a better world, see Channel Seven hauled before some international tribunal and charged with a crime against humanity. It probably had its genesis during a protracted lunch at the infamous
The network pitches it as both a transformative, self-improvement show and a social experiment about the psychology of bonding and partnering up...Essentially, it's a dating show that exploits two convenient stereotypes. The first is that of the