Crazy Eyes Is Victorious

July 24, 2008 / Posted by:

YouTube superstar Tricia Walsh-Smith held a press conference yesterday where she claimed she was getting death threats. Crazy Eyes also declared victory in her divorce court battle. In reality, it wasn’t much of a victory. Crazy Eyes lost. She only received $750,000 and the judge basically told her she was insane. I know, that judge is a hater.

Crazy Eyes claimed victory because she “will not be bullied, coerced or anything.” She said that her ex-husband, Philip Smith, and his company want to destroy her. Her lawyer said, “Just this morning we have received death threats.

Crazy Eyes will appeal the judge’s decision and said she would stay in the Park Avenue apartment even though she was told to get the hell out. However, Crazy Eyes’ lawyer told The NY Post that she will leave the apartment in a few weeks in return for expedited payment of the $750,000. What the hell? Shouldn’t she have had a pow-wow with her lawyer before this press conference?

Click here to see clips from her press conference. She will not be bullied! Her crazy eyes are out in full force! I swear, she probably sees everything in 3D!

Although Crazy Eyes’ press conference was pretty hot, it pales in comparison to international supermodel Phoebe Price’s press conference in front of the Chanel store. Who knows what happened with that lawsuit? Chanel is probably going to announce the closing of their company soon, because they know they are no match for PP and her legal management team!

Let’s watch this amazing press conference again, shall we? Hopefully, Crazy Eyes is watching and will learn a few things from Chicken Cutlets.

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