Gloria Allred’s Clients

November 13, 2011 by staff 

Gloria Allred’s Clients, She’s ON THE CASE … as anyone who’s been following politics well knows. She is America’s best-known and most controversial women’s rights attorney. As for the CASE, it involves an allegation of sexual harassment on the part of a presidential candidate. Our Cover Story is reported by Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours”:

There she was this past week, again – a must-see event starring her newest client, and herself.

“Hello, I am attorney Gloria Allred. This is my client, Sharon Bialek….”

Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain said he never heard of the client (“I don’t even know who this woman is”).

But he sure knows the lawyer. When quizzed by talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, “Have you considered hiring Gloria Allred as your attorney?” Cain replied, “I can’t think of anything that I would hire her to do, okay?”

Plenty of women wouldn’t agree. Earlier this year, we saw her at the side of the “exotic dancer” who received sex text messages from former Congressman Anthony Weiner. She was with women who claimed to be Tiger Woods’ mistresses, and a client who complained that her womanly figure drew too many stares in the office.

“I see myself as a strong advocate and a person who works to win justice for women,” Allred said.

“So, sometimes avenging wrongs?” asked Moriarty.

“Could be. I’m pretty tough.”

Love Gloria Allred, or hate her – just don’t ignore her.

Last year, after she took the case of an undocumented worker accusing California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman of cheating her out of housekeeper wages, Whitman’s approval ratings plummeted … and ultimately Whitman lost the election.

Allred’s in-your-face style may not win her many fans with politicians or philandering husbands. Still, Allred’s familiarity has bred plenty of contempt … and made her a frequent target of fun on late-night television

“And of course Gloria Allred is representing the maid,” Jay Leno joked. “How about we let the maid stay and we deport Gloria Allred?”

“I’ll venture to say that more people know her name than who the vice-president is,” laughed attorney Nathan Goldberg. “If nobody knew who she was, there wouldn’t be a joke!”

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