Tuesday, December 18, 2012
brandi passante nude
Brandi Passante, a star of A&E's Storage Wars, has launched a legal attack against Hunter Moore, a controversial porn peddler who has been featured on Anderson Cooper's talk show, Fox News and throughout the media.
Finally – a reality show about me. What "The Real Housewives of Orange County" did for O.C. cougars prowling Newport clubs, "Storage Wars" does for middle-age guys whose idea of a good time is prowling garage sales looking for treasure among others' junk.
The A&E show features four men who compete in the wide-open bidding wars at storage-unit auctions that occur when people don't pay their rent. Two of the four are from O.C.: Dave Hester, who owns Newport Consignment Gallery on Newport Boulevard at 19th Street in Costa Mesa, and Jarrod Schulz, who owns Now and Then Second Hand Store at 810 N. Tustin Ave. in Orange.
Just when it seemed I had finally received confirmation of the Storage Wars starlet’s sordid past, it turns out those nude pics were fake. In fact, they were so fake that Brandi Passante is suing to have them destroyed. As Reuters reported on Devil’s Night, Brandi “filed suit in U.S. District Court in Central California last week against Hunter Moore, former operator of the website Is Anyone Up, claiming that he published fake photos and video purporting to depict Passante in pornographic situations.”