TMZ’s Levin Has His Limits

Jul 24, 2008  •  Post A Comment

TMZ Managing Editor Harvey Levin says he won’t use stolen documents or handed-in medical records for his show’s stories on celebrities, Web site PaidContent reports. Levin, speaking Wednesday at the EconCeleb conference, says his hardest decision was publishing Alec Baldwin’s phone tirade to his daughter, the Web site reports.
—Danny King

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  1. “Hardest Decision”? Get real, Harvey Levin has been a sleeze bag since his days at KNBC-CH 4.
    The only respectable thing would be for him to be thrown off the air, be out-of-work and in court being sued by celebrities he hurt.
    He should share a paded, sound proof room with Howard Stern. They could have one microphone in the room with a cord on it leading to no where.
    Did these two schmucks actually have Bar Mitzvahs?

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