Somebody's in trouble over at Martha Stewart's camp, but I think this pot should be a tad bit more tolerant before calling the other kettles black. The queen of all things good was being chauffeured from her home in Westchester County to NYC, where she was scheduled to make an appearance on The View, when she noticed that her car was being followed by police. When Martha arrived at the ABC studio, her ride was surrounded by officers, and her driver was arrested! Martha was not happy, to say the least, and went up to her dressing room and, according to a source, "started shouting loudly to an assistant over the phone." She yelled, "How could you do this to me? Don't you do background checks on people? He was Egyptian! What do I pay you people for?" A rep for Martha told Page Six: "The company confirms the driver was arrested yesterday. He was a temporary employee and had only been with MSO a short while."
It's unclear what the man was actually booked for, but what difference does it make if he was Egyptian? Martha should just be happy the cops weren't coming for her again -- obstruction of justice snob.