Martha Stewart: Taking Friendly Fire

Martha Stewart and Mariana Pasternak were friends for more than 20 years. They spoke on the phone almost every day and lived around the corner from each other in tony Westport, Conn. They went on vacations together, to places like Brazil, Egypt and the Galapagos Islands, where they would laugh that again they had no male company, but at least they had each other.

The friendship was over, however, by the time Pasternak, 50, delivered some of the most damaging testimony yet against Stewart in her trial for allegedly lying to the feds about why she dumped stock of biotech firm...

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