The Internet gives people a new forum for publicly airing their dirty linen. Tricia Walsh Smith, not your usual British housewife, is publishing personal and embarrassing facts about her marriage and divorce. She's angry that her husband won't offer her more than was agreed upon in a prenuptial agreement. She's not writing a Blog. Instead, she's gone to YouTube.
Not long ago, I wrote about William Krasnansky and his very public airing of highly personal and private facts about his marriage and nasty divorce in Vermont. The divorce court issued an injunction to make him take anything having to do with his divorce down from his Blog. He fought the injunction as an unconstitutional prior restraint, and the injunction was dissolved on that grounds. I note, however, that he's finally deleted all of those posts. I presume, but do not know, that it's the potential liability for invasion of privacy that has caused this.
Speaking of invasion of privacy . . . watch this video that Smith is airing on YouTube. Amazing!
Can you top that?