When Lotus Leads To Lockup

It's a good thing MARTHA STEWART knows how to fill the hours with domestic projects. The lifestyle mogul has agreed to extend her court-imposed home confinement three weeks, until Aug. 31, after reports that she violated the terms of her house arrest. Stewart may have irked authorities by unrolling her mat at a nearby hatha yoga class and tooling around her suburban New York estate on a Kawasaki Mule four-wheel-drive vehicle. Imprisoned for lying about a stock trade, Stewart will still be freed in time for the fall debuts of her new TV programs, the syndicated daily talk show Martha and...

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