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Ok just checking, because this legitimately crazy story involves Miami attorney Ray Rafool and his client Joanna Krupa.

Based on Ray's demand letter, there is apparently an important evidentiary issue that will need to be resolved -- possibly involving the use of cutting-edge forensic technology:
In a letter exclusively obtained by 'Life & Style,' attorneys for 'The Real Housewives of Miami' star Joanna Krupa inform Beverly Hills Housewife Brandi Glanville that she will be sued in a Florida court for “slander, libel, defamation and/or intentional infliction of emotional distress.”

What exactly did Brandi do? On a 2013 episode of Bravo’s 'Watch What Happens Live,' she told Andy Cohen that Joanna slept with Yolanda Foster’s now ex-husband Mohamed Hadid — and that Mohamed said her, um, “p---- smelled.”
But Brandi is not taking these olfactory contretemps laying down and is demanding the proof, dammit!
Brandi's lawyer has fired off a series of written questions which Joanna must answer under oath, notably:
"Is it your contention in this lawsuit that your vagina and/or vulva are odorless? If yes, please explain with specificity why your vagina and/or vulva are odorless."
And that's why you should read this blog -- for its hard hitting look at important legal, political, and societal issues!

Happy Friday, truth-seekers!

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  1. Vagina steaming, of course.

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  2. Out of all the housewives franchise shows I liked Miami the best. Too bad it cancelled.

    Happy Friday, SFL......Mwaaah! :)

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  3. It would not bother me!!!!

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  4. The world is going to end. Channel 7 says so. In this dire time of end of days, Spencer Aronfeld we turn our lonely eyes to you, Please SFL, SA must be doing a you tube giving guidance to hop poloi on who they can sue after the storm.

    Post a SA please please please,

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  5. All kidding aside, that is a really dumb and offensive interrogatory.

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  6. I believe this case will invoke the time-honored legal doctrine of "Res Ipsa Loqueefer."

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