Wow, talk about being screwed up!
Judge turfs restraining order against Letterman
A judge has lifted a restraining order against talk-show host David Letterman, which was granted to a woman who accused him of sending her coded messages through the airwaves.
The woman, who lives in the New Mexico city of Santa Fe, alleged that Letterman subjected her to "mental cruelty" for 11 years and forced her to go bankrupt.
In a legal document filed on Dec. 15, Nestler asked that Letterman be forced to stay at least three metres from her and not "think of me, and release me from his mental harassment and hammering."
Nestler said the problem started when she started sending him "thoughts of love" after the Late Show with David Letterman began airing on CBS in 1993.
She alleges that Letterman used code words, gestures and "eye expressions" to harass her and show his love for her through his TV program.
Nestler alleges that in one message, Letterman asked her to go to New York, where his show is taped, and become his co-star.
In another message, Nestler alleges that Letterman asked her to be his wife by saying "Marry me, Oprah." She said "Oprah" was one of the code names he used for her.
The judge asked her to provide evidence to back her allegations at the court hearing on Tuesday, but Nestler said she had none.
Why did the judge ever grant a restraining order in the first place?
I wonder what coded message Letterman was sending everytime he asked, "What was that song, Paul?"