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November 8th, 2011
Dissecting the Accuser

Records show she twice has filed for personal bankruptcy, first in 1991 and then again in 2001.

 

Bialek borrowed $4,500 from William Concha, though Concha now believes she had no intention of paying him back, according to his brother, Mario.

 

At least two liens have been filed against Bialek, according to records from the Cook County recorder of deeds.

 

The IRS filed a tax lien against her in 2009 for nearly $5,200.

 

AS EARLY AS AUGUST, the Illinois Department of Revenue claimed Bialek owed the state more than $4,300, including penalties and interest, relating to income taxes from 2004, according to county records.

 

Court records also show creditors took legal action against her during the past decade, including at least one lawsuit filed in Cook County.

 

Bialek's fiance, a corporate executive in the medical equipment industry, said he supports her financially so she can stay at home with her 13-year-old son from a previous relationship.

 

Bialek has not had a job outside the home in about two years, according to her attorney, Gloria Allred.

 

After leaving the restaurant foundation in 1997, Bialek worked for five years in WGN Radio's marketing department, Allred said.

 

Bialek also spent 21/2 years at CBS Radio as managing director for nontraditional revenue, Allred said.

 

She previously had co-hosted a cooking show on television for nine years and worked for Revlon as an account manager and for the Easter Seals Society in corporate development, according to her lawyer.

 

SEEMS THIS WOMAN IS A BROKE FAME WHORE LOOKING TO CLEAR HER NASTY FINANCIAL PAST BY DRAGGING A GOOD MAN THROUGH THE DIRT!!!

(SOURCE) 


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