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Going After Animals and Exes

The Hollywood Reporter wonders why big-personalitied attorney to the stars Arthur Crowley went out with a whimper, with no big obituary in the LA Times and only his Bel Air estate left behind after his death last year. Crowley famously defended tabloid Confidential by subpoenaing stars to testify about their own gossip and represented many celebrities and less-famous spouses of celebrities in their divorces. THR reports that Crowley's house, which came on the market in January asking $23 million, "had a personality that matched its owner. The living room was decorated with taxidermied trophy animals bagged during Crowley's hunting trips to Africa." What do you mean "was"? [THR]