Mitt’s alleged false testimony in Maureen Sullivan Stemberg’s divorce trial, which left her broke and homeless, has been released! The complete transcripts are now public. Do you think they’ll prove Mitt lied?
After Judge Jennifer Ulwick ruled on Thursday, Oct. 25 in favor of The Boston Globe‘s request to release Mitt Romney‘s sealed, allegedly false testimony from the 1987 divorce trial of close friend and Staples founder, Tom Stemberg, the testimony has finally been released! Will something come out of these documents to prove Mitt lied?
Tom’s ex-wife, Mauren Sullivan Stemberg, claims that Mitt intentionally undervalued the worth of the company, in order to prevent her from getting a fair settlement during the divorce. She’s now being represented by celebrity attorney, Gloria Allred.
TMZ reports that, during the examination, Mitt was asked how he first became associated with Staples and Tom. He explained that a venture capital businessman from another firm “mentioned to me a gentleman named Tom Stemberg had a business plan to commence an office supply chain and was looking for capital to fund that.” He continued, “I told him I didn’t think it was a very good idea, but I’d look at it.”
We’re taking a look at the entire transcript, which is 160 pages long, to see what it may hold.
Do you think Mitt lied in court, HollywoodLifers?
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