Fast Fade

Case of the vanishing tapes

In death as in life, Vicki Morgan showed a tawdry penchant for causing discomfort in high places. Last year the sometime model, then 29, filed a $5 million lawsuit against Ronald Reagan's multi-millionaire friend and adviser Alfred Bloomingdale, contending that he had promised to support her in return for having been his mistress for twelve years. She lost the suit, Bloomingdale died of cancer, and a mortified White House may have thought it had heard the last of her. But last week, after Morgan had been found bludgeoned to...

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