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On October 1, late-night comedian David Letterman, host of the Late Show with David Letterman, shocked his audience by admitting on-air that he had been the victim of a two-million-dollar extortion plot. Letterman informed his viewers that he had received a package containing proof that he had done “terrible things,” along with a [...]Continue Reading →
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