July 13, 2010 by Post Team
Allison Coss:Marquette, Michigan – Actor John Stamos testified Tuesday he was “distressed” by the separation from his wife six years ago, when he met a woman now charged with conspiring to extort $ 680,000 from him.
The “Full House” and “ER” star took the stand during the federal trial of Scott Allison Coss and Sippola, who are accused of demanding money from Stamos, saying he had pictures of him with cocaine and strippers that they could sell to a magazine .
Under questioning by prosecutors, said he met Stamos Coss in Orlando, Florida, in 2004 after being taken there by his friends trying to cheer after separating from his wife, actress and supermodel Rebecca Romijn.
“I was very distressed at once,” he said.
Stamos Coss said he met on Pleasure Island, a club where guests must be at least 18. The 46-year-old said Stamos Coss said he was in “college” spring break.
Stamos said Coss and a friend were among several people who came to her hotel room and stayed a couple of hours. He described their time together as “hang out” and “socialize.”
He later began to communicate by e-mail Coss and described his talks and “flirtatious” but friendly “.”
“Everything was very sweet. I considered her a friend,” said Stamos.
Defense attorney Sarah Henderson claimed that Stamos Coss met when she was 17 and that the two had an affair, his lawyer denies.
Henderson said during opening statements on Monday that two women working as strippers finally appeared in the hotel room Stamos with a bag of cocaine and Coss and his friend took a picture of Stamos bent over a table on which the drugs had been established.
Henderson said Coss Stamos and later gave a kiss on a bed and got into a hot tub together after Coss Stamos stripped and stripped of her underwear. Stamos said she offered to perform oral sex on Coss, but she declined. Florida law makes it a second-degree felony for anyone 24 or older to have oral sex with someone 16 or 17 years.
Stamos finally frustrated, broke a foot of the bed with his hand and left the room before inviting Coss apologize for the night, which he did, “said Henderson.
Stamos declined to comment to The Associated Press after Monday’s opening statements. But his attorney, William Sobel, issued a statement through publicist Matt Polk rejected the arguments of the defense.
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