Despite the long-anticipated death of ink and paper news, there’s still one advantage of being the Boston Globe. If you really want to put a bunch of reporters from the newsroom on one story, there’s plenty of firepower available.
The Globe sifted through hundreds of pages of testimony and depositions and conducted twelve interviews for Matt Viser’s 4,000-word takedown of Donald’s pageant dreams.
In the early hours of the morning, Harth and Houraney left. But most of the calendar models spent the night at Trump’s estate.
In the predawn hours, a contestant named Lauren Petrella — who, at age 22, was 24 years younger than the 46-year-old Trump — allegedly found Trump, unannounced and uninvited, in her bed.
“You said you don’t sleep with men on the first date,” he told her, according to the lawsuit filed by Harth. “Now it’s the second date, and here I am.”
Bill Clinton would be proud.