Brooke Mueller is seeking to block popular celebrity news site TMZ from live streaming her arraignment in Aspen, Colo., on cocaine charges. The reasoning behind that?
To preserve her dignity. Three words: L.O.L.
Pointing fingers at the website, attorneys are asking a judge to make the first court date in her cocaine case TMZ-free, in order to take attention off the case.
Mmmyeah. Not sure it works like that.
Brooke's lawyer has filed legal papers trying to block the site from taping the proceedings in Aspen, where she was busted for cocaine possession this month.
Her camp says video will "unduly detract from the solemnity, decorum and dignity of the court" and sans TMZ, "this case may soon become less interesting."
With all due respect, Brooke, the best way to make your life less "interesting" would be to not show up at pawn shops or WALK AROUND WITH FOUR GRAMS OF COKE.