Casey Anthony Case: Hollywood Woos Attorney Jose Baez
But that was last night. Five-and-a-half hours later ...
... the company apparently unsigned him.
Too soon, it would seem.
People are angry about the verdict after Anthony allegedly failed to report that her baby was missing for about a month in 2008 while she allegedly went clubbing.
There's a lot of hatred in America for this woman (and her attorneys), so much so that L.A.'s Vivid Entertainment actually rescinded its own high-dollar offer to have Anthony perform in one of its adult videos.
Finke guesses there was serious blowback at Paradigm after the Baez signing. A source at the company tells her, "In the end it's just not who we are."
Yes, Hollywood's just too classy to touch this with a 10-foot poll (at least for today).
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