LOS ANGELES (AP) – Prosecutors can introduce evidence in Phil Spector’s murder trial to try to show the famed music producer had a history of threatening women before he was charged with killing a B-movie actress in his home two years ago.
…[Superior Court Judge Larry P.] Fidler allowed evidence of four incidents that allegedly occurred between 1988 and 1995 to be introduced during Spector’s trial. He refused to allow six other alleged incidents to be introduced.
…Defense attorney Bruce Cutler argued that none of the allegations were true and dismissed the women as celebrity-chasing “acolytes and gold diggers” out for publicity.
He also warned that discussing the incidents during trial could prejudice the jury against Spector.
If you’re worried about prejudicing a jury you might not want to come to court with a hairdo that would embarrass Don King…
Update: The only thing better than a picture of the hairdo from hell, is video courtesy of Celebrity Justice.