Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Jerry Clintons in Court over Prenuptial Pact

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Jerry Clintons in Court over Prenuptial Pact

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HEAR YE! Hearings began last Thursday in the St. Louis Circuit Court of Judge Thomas Frawley on Le Ann Clinton's suit to break a prenuptial agreement with Grey Eagle's Jerry Clinton. Le Ann is seeking half of Jerry's income since their marriage in 1990. However, the agreement calls for her to receive $200,000 plus $40,000 for each year - exceeding two years - they were married. The agreement also calls for Le Ann to receive a Jaguar, which Jerry gave her. She alleges that the prenuptial agreement is invalid. They were separated in 1994.

Meanwhile, as the hearings continue, bailiff Brian Pruellage is getting an eyeful of bold-face names, including David Slavkin and Walter Metcalfe, both with Bryan Cave, who drafted the premarital agreement; Jack Turcotte, who repped Le Ann in reviewing the prenuptial agreement; and courtroom visitor Jim Shoemake, a lawyer who repped Jerry. In the litigation, Le Ann is repped by Alan Zerman; Jerry by Dan Sokol and Alan Zvibleman.

WHAT A (BOATMEN'S) GUY: Boatmen's Bank, one of the major donors in the construction of the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge residence for cancer outpatients, has quietly pledged an additional $25,000 for the midtown center's upkeep.

ONWARD: Naomi Judd, matriarch of the country western duo, was in town last week to visit with gastroenterologist Dr. Bruce Bacon. Judd has been ailing for some time with hepatitis C. Dr. Bacon was introed to Judd via a video produced by the American Liver Foundation. He's putting together some options for her. . . .

"The health care field continues to attract Wall Street's interest, despite Washington's indecision on the budget and the future of Medicare." Those are the words of Dr. James R. Kimmey, veep for Health Sciences and CEO of SLUCare, the clinical services division of St. Louis University. Dr. Kimmey was keynote speaker at Monday's Smith Barney Health Care Conference in Gotham. More than a thousand institutional and individual investors heard presentations from publicly traded health care companies.

CIRCLE THE DATE: Follow the conga line into the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Saturday night for the "Carnival" gala, sponsored by the St. Louis Effort for AIDS. Themed "South Beach," the Miami skyline will be duplicated with lots of neon and pastels, hovering above a 1940s-style cabaret. …

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