As discussed yesterday, Defamer has now received two letters from Bert Fields regarding supposedly legally-questionable coverage of his client Tom Cruise. I’ve heard since then that Fields is, in the words of a well-placed source, ‘carpet-bombing’ publications, both on- and offline, with similar cease-and-desist missives. And frankly, I don’t get much mail. I want a letter from Bert. So I’m posting this image of a young dragged-out Cruise (originally published in the Sun) in the hopes of getting one. With my traffic, it might take a couple of days. Meanwhile, Anonymous Tips box is on the right if anyone has Fields letters to report.
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