Via Bob Norman.
And her interview yesterday with WSVN is here.
Meanwhile, Kim's attorney Scott Saidel has a plan to be paid:
"Before the Ponzi scheme began"?
Though the U.S. government has seized assets from her husband worth untold millions, she still has access to some funds. One of her attorneys, Scott Saidel, said he's not being paid but expects he will be when the dust settles and marital assets that the couple obtained before the Ponzi scheme began are returned. Saidel said federal authorities are giving Kim Rothstein access to money to pay mortgages and bills, because she's helping "maximize'' her husband's real estate assets by collecting rents and putting the money in a trust fund. The government has slapped liens on the properties, but for now they are still technically owned by Rothstein.
"She's got very, very limited resources,'' Saidel said.
Does this make sense?