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August 17, 2007

Debra Opri: In a July 22 Calendar article about Los Angeles attorney Debra Opri, Larry Birkhead, a former client who is disputing her bill in court among other claims, said that Opri billed him for a box of Cuban cigars that she took home. According to Opri, the cigars were Graycliff brand cigars, which are made in the Bahamas. She also said the cigars were a gift for Mark Speer, who was handling security on the Birkhead case for no pay. The same article incorrectly stated that lawyers for David Hasselhoff filed a motion in Los Angeles Superior Court to get his ex-wife Pamela Bach's financial records and Opri's records so they could determine the exact sum that they allege Bach and/or Opri received in connection with the sale of a video of a drunken Hasselhoff. The legal document Hasselhoff's attorney filed was in opposition to Opri's motion to quash the subpoenas seeking financial records. The article stated that Opri denied having anything to do with the sale of the Hasselhoff video.

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