Crazy Wife Rants For Divorce Via YouTube
April 17, 2008
Hell hath no fury like a women scorned! This week the wife of a major Broadway theater operator had taken to YouTube to spill the secrets of a marriage in an apparent effort to gain leverage and humiliate the other side. Tricia Walsh-Smith, a playwright/trophy wife and her future ex-husband, Broadway mogul Philip J. Smith, are in the middle of a nasty breakup.
In a tearful and furious YouTube video with over 2 million hits to date and rising, former actress …[emember_protected]and playwright (“Bonkers”) Tricia Walsh-Smith lashes out against her husband, Philip Smith, president of the Shubert Organization, the largest theater owner on Broadway. In the six-minute video recorded in a Park Avenue apartment from which Walsh-Smith says she is being forcibly evicted by her husband.
She goes through their wedding album on camera, describing family members as “bad” or “evil” or “nasty,” and talks about how her husband is allegedly trying to evict her from their luxury apartment. She also makes embarrassing claims regarding their intimate life, and then calls his office on camera to repeat those claims to a stunned assistant.
In the recording, she makes public details about her ending marriage such as the fact that they never had s*x because he had high blood pressure. At one point she calls Smith’s secretary to ask what she should do with his Viagra and porn collection.
“Oh, another thing: We never had s*x. He said it was because he said he had high blood pressure and was old and I accepted that. Then last year when we went through this I found Viagra, porn movies, and c*****s,” said Walsh-Smith before calling her husband’s assistant.
Good news for our brother, according to the power attorneys at Brutal Divorce Tactics, this indeed could come back and haunt her. Disc 2 of the Brutal Divorce Tactics Mastermind Summit gives the husband serious tactics to help fight back against false allegations. This could turn into a defamation case in favor of the husband. Judges make decisions partly on (a person’s) judgment. This could indeed hurt her.[/emember_protected]