It’s not as if Paula hasn’t fallen out of love with lawyers before. In fact, the presidential litigant still owes a whopping $800,000 to Joseph Cammarata and Gilbert Davis, her former legal eagles who walked out in disgust after Jones balked at a $700,000 settlement with the President. Carpenter-McMillan, who also chairs the Paula Jones Legal Defense Fund, said Jones was "extremely upset" at her attorneys. However, it was Carpenter-McMillan’s own intransigence that caused Jones's break with the previous lawyers; she’s also frequently butted heads with the Rutherford Institute over who gets first grab at the Defense Fund cash. Now the spokeswoman is holding out for a million from Hirschfeld plus a million from Clinton, which the attorneys believe is utterly unrealistic. If they carry out their threat, Paula will be left with another hefty tab -- this time, for $1.5 million. Is there a bankruptcy lawyer in the house?