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New Idea For Repaying My Law School Loans

Posted by demkid on October 13, 2009

Well, maybe it isn’t a new idea.  I have considered using my skills in the lovemaking department before, but this story reminded me that there are other options for paying off student loans besides slaving away in an office all day.  Just so I don’t evade paying taxes, I should be home free, right?  I guess I’d have to move to Nevada too, or something.

A Stanford Law School graduate was sentenced Monday on a federal tax conviction related to running a high-priced call girl service, punishment that includes restrictions on her ability to keep advertising as an escort while she’s on probation.

During a hearing in San Jose federal court, U.S. District Judge James Ware concluded he needed to impose those restrictions on Cristina Warthen after federal prosecutors disclosed she’s continued to advertise herself on the Internet as a high-priced escort, even as she awaited sentencing on federal tax evasion charges related to her days as an upscale prostitute named “Brazil.”

Warthen gained notoriety when she was busted as a jet-setting call girl who sold her services to pay off her Stanford Law School debts. She got her law degree from Stanford in May 2001, but quickly began to run a steamy Web site with offers to jet off for liaisons with clients in cities around the country, including New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C.

By the way, where were these girls in my law school class?  I’m not really that into the huge lips and plastic boobs, but it definitely would have made Contracts more enjoyable!



One Response to “New Idea For Repaying My Law School Loans”

  1. Tax Guy said

    I’ve been included in taxes for longer then I care to acknowledge, both on the individual side (all my employed lifetime!!) and from a legal point of view since satisfying the bar and following tax law. I’ve offered a lot of advice and redressed a lot of wrongs, and I must say that what you’ve put up makes perfect sense. Please continue the good work – the more individuals know the better they’ll be armed to comprehend with the tax man, and that’s what it’s all about.

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