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‘Free Jared Paul Stern’ Would Now Rather He Not Be

jared_paul_stern_scandal.jpgOne sign support for Jared Paul Stern is waning? His weekend stint as a guest editor on Gawker appears to have alienated even some of his loyal backers. Free Jared Paul Stern, the site launched in his defense that he told FishbowlNY he had nothing to do with, had an epiphany over the weekend:

After his Easter weekend stint at Gawker, our progress has grinded to a screeching halt. Well folks, we may have backed the wrong horse afterall. What started out as a great beginning, quickly resulted in a fiery and disasterous ending.

Sadly, only Jesus was meant to rise from the dead!

FishbowlNY’s Coverage of the Page Six-Jared Paul Stern Scandal

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