A woman named Colleen Nestler wrote a 6 page application for a restraining order against David Letterman. She claimed that Letterman has for 10 years been sending her code words, gestures and "eye expressions" to convey his desire to marry her and train her as his co-host. She claimed that Letterman forced her to go bankrupt and caused her “mental cruelty” and "sleep deprivation." And Judge Sanchez signed it.
She claimed that Regis Philbin, Kathie Lee Gifford and Kelsey Grammer either supported or attempted to thwart her "relationship" with Letterman. And Judge Sanchez signed it.
She claimed that, three days before Thanksgiving in 1993, Letterman asked Nestler to be his wife during a televised "teaser" for his show when he said, "Marry me Oprah."
"Oprah had become my first of many code names," she wrote. . . . "(A)s time passed, the code-vocabulary increased & changed, but in the beginning things like 'C' on baseball caps referred to me, and specific messages through songs sung by his guests, were the beginnings of what became an elaborate means of communication between he and myself."And Judge Sanchez signed it.
The restraining order signed by this incompetent judge orders Letterman to stay at least 3 yards (that would be 9 feet - that would also be 108 inches) away from this poor deluded soul and that he not "think of me, and release me from his mental harassment and hammering."
Now, Judge Sanchez, when questioned about this ridiculous restraining order he authorized, says he did, in fact, read the application. Ask yourselves this; You are a judge in Santa Fe, New Mexico and a woman comes to you with a story of Oprah, Regis, Cathy Lee, Kelsey, Dave and songs by Bette Midler; "eye expressions", "jestures" (surely you gest), and Reds and Cubs baseball hats, would you take such a thing seriously? Would you sign such a restraining order before interviewing this poor soul first? Judge Sanchez apparently believed her.
I guess Judge Sanchez was too rushed the day he signed the order. He had to hurry home to pack for his trip to Holland to collect his international lottery winnings. After all, he had already paid all the "taxes". Then he was off to Nigeria to oversee the wire transfer of $50 million to his bank account there in Santa Fe. That money he was sharing with a former Nigerian oil company official and Judge Sanchez had already paid the "taxes" and "transfer fees" for this money also. Good luck to Judge Sanchez, the laughingstock of Santa Fe.
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