Intolerable Cruelty via Mail

All that was missing was a boiled bunny when CATHERINE ZETA-JONES testified in a Los Angeles courtroom last week in an apparent real-life case of fatal attraction. At a preliminary hearing, the Chicago star read aloud from letters sent by her alleged stalker, Dawnette Knight. One note promised "to slice her up like meat on a bone and feed her to the dogs." Another included a mock obituary for the Welsh actress, who is married to her Traffic castmate Michael Douglas. The letters left the actress "hysterical," her husband testified. Knight, says her lawyer, sent them because she harbored a crush...

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