Now that Joan Rivers’ cause of death has been determined, the world can stop focusing on the events of her final days and get back to the lifetime of work that made her a household name for generations.
Joan was frequently brilliant, but just as often scathing, brutal, and relentless in her assessments of other celebs.
From claiming Kristen Stewart slept her way to fame to accusing Miley Cyrus of incest, Joan never seemed to hold anything back, but now sources close to the legendary comic are claiming that she saved her best (and the worst) for last.
“Joan requested that after she is gone, her personal diaries be turned into a book,” a source tells Radar Online. “The problem is, they are having a hard time shopping it around because of how over-the-top defamatory it is.”
“Joan bashes celebrities and politicians in first-hand accounts throughout her life. Among her biggest revelations is that President Obama is gay, which is something she joked about while she was alive.”
Wow…Well, if that’s the sort of thing her people are offering as a preview, we can only imagine the kind of revelations that are found throughout the rest of the book.
Naturally, whoever publishes the book is certain to face a barrage of lawsuits, which is probably exactly why Joan requested that it not be published until after she was dead.
She may have come off as entirely unfiltered, but Rivers also knew how to avoid unnecessary trouble.
The book seems certain to be published at some point, at which time, Joan will be defended by a bunch of lawyers she’s probably never met and she’ll anger a slew of celebs who have no one left to rail at. Surely, that’s a last laugh the legendary comic has had in mind for years.