Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Attorney who became prominent for provocative ad campaign and nude photos is now suing Playboy

Way back when I started this blog, I posted a photo that started a big controversy over advertising in Chicago. It depicted the semi nude bodies of a man and a woman and stated "life's short. Get a divorce." The ad campaign brought prominence to Chicago divorce attorney, Corri Fetman, who soon thereafter went on to pose nude for Playboy magazine. She also began to publish a regular column for the magazine. Actually, I don't really know which happened first -the posing or the publishing, but, in any case, she began a working relationship with the magazine. Now Fetman is suing Playboy alleging that an executive sexually harassed her before dropping her column from the magazine.

Full story here and here.

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