Famed Hollywood attorney Marty Singer may have gotten more than he bargained for when he sent a pair of threatening letters to Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez (pictured), author of The Dirty Girls Social Club. In her most fascinating blog post yet, Valdes-Rodriguez shares details of those letters and delivers several new bombshell accusations aimed at Ann Lopez, ex-wife of George, whose Encanto Productions optioned the Valdes novel and proceeded to turn it into a homogenized Latina TV pilot version of Sex and the City.

For starters, Valdes-Rodriguez wants Singer to know that she never posted a photo of right-winger David Duke while complaining about the poor quality of the Encanto Dirty Girls pilot script, nor did she link said photo to a Klu Klux Klan website. She then wonders why an attorney hired to combat a case of alleged defamation would insinuate the possible sourcing of earlier defamatory statements made by others about her.

Singer has hinted he might use Wikipedia and other unreliable sources to question my mental health should I refuse to obey his demands for retractions. Sound familiar? It’s the same type of “she-was-wearing-a-short-skirt” tactic used by attorneys defending rapists by re-victimizing their victims…

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