So, of course, we expect that her first response to allegations about advising Yale Law female students to look feminine/model-like in applying for Kavanaugh clerkships is to deny.
Isn't that what lawyer former U.S. president Bill Clinton did at the "kickoff" of the Lewinsky scandal?
As The Guardian reports, Chau has come out swinging with her denial. Here is the coverage.
However, even if her denial is accurate, the damage has been done. The one institution more powerful than the legal system is the media. The members of the media have made it their business to go gunning after this star at Yale Law School.
In order to restore her career, Chau aka Tiger Mom will have to hire a top of the line public relations firm. But first she should lay low.
That public relations firm might create a documentary explaining how a supposed myth becomes perceptual reality.
But even with all the wonderful reputation restoration that money can buy, Chau is finished. That's just the way it is in StarWorld.
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