Monday, July 19, 2021

Ask Them Why

So without a bit of admission that Ullman has been lied about for decades as initiated by Alberto Valentino, Terhune and Constable forge forward to abuse this poor man even more with their innuendo ridden crap.

I have yet to hear either of these BS artists respond to the fact that the insane amount of money Ullman owed the Valentino estate was money he advanced in good faith to Alberto, etc. They smear a man who was the victim of a horrendous miscarriage of justice and in doing so both Terhune and Constable reveal they ignore the court records... (which although stolen have been seen by Terhune in the hands of three collectors)... Terhune and Constable ignore the facts contained in those court records which not only reveal the outrageous attacks by Alberto Valentino on Ullman over the years as being false...they also reveal George's incredible performance as executor, his complete exoneration and praise from the appeals court judge.

Any attempts by Terhune or Constable to further insult Ullman will be seen as efforts to ingratiate themselves with the Alberto Valentino family and will be met by a flurry of facts directly from the court records.

Meanwhile why don't they use their time to research something valuable and interesting and contribute more than ludicrous character assassinations only to attack me. Alberto cried for decades how he never got a penny but he managed to actually get nearly a million dollars by today's exchange rate and then he attempted to have Ullman pay him the same money a second time.

Maybe Simone C. could ask the Valentino family to let him read the stolen case file as last I heard they took possession of it from Jim Craig as Donna Hill and Bill Self (in writing) told me... and in exchange for one of Rudy's shirts.

As Simon Constable has done in the past, he finds tidbits he takes out of context and then “implies” what he wants it to be. Another one of his smarmy patchwork work ups.

The last thing the Valentino world needs is someone like Simon Constable pounding the drums of war for Alberto Valentino when the truth is already out there. You see, I did not forge those records and they were stolen for a reason. Mr. Constable why don't you investigate where those records are now and why they were stolen and by whom. 

I invite them to tell the story of those stolen documents which 100% vindicate Ullman. The whole story and leave nothing out. Maybe Tracy Terhune can begin by naming all the collectors he knows who had them and explaining why they are still not available to the public?  Maybe they could ask Jeanine Villalobos why she did not return that case file to its proper housing? 

In my opinion neither of these men act as heroes and they are doing this only because I found the truth. To everyone else I say ask these two men why this is a priority for them.


10 comments:

  1. The focus upon the domiciles of Valentino's business manager, S. G. Ullman, is ominous. What dastardly scheme of Ullman's has Columbo Constable uncovered and laid bare for the world to decry? Did Ullman forget to water his lawn? For shame! Perhaps the wiring was not up to code. Oh no! Or - and its almost unthinkable - did the villainous Ullman use lead paint to cover his living room walls?! I can scarcely wait for the denouement of this diabolical deed to be revealed by the Snoop Sisters of the Valentino world. Get your popcorn ready, people.

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  2. The shattering revelations are not coming. These people share a propensity for grandiose declarations that never come to fruition. The imminent trouncing of Ullman has been promised for years and still no delivery. If they had the goods they would be singing like canaries. They are self-described scholars without credentials or portfolio, writers who have never sold a book and filmmakers who have never sold a ticket. They also compose 100% of the audience for their output. They are going precisely nowhere.

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  3. 'm so sad for all that George Ulmann hâd to suffer because of The Alberto' s family.It almost destroyed his life, this deșire of him to keep his promise to his goo friend Rudy. And for being The loyal and capabile executor of his Will, he was harrassed for decade. S-o sad, but im sure he fealt he owned it to Rudy. However, Im sure Rudy would have been disgusted by The fact that his own family(of which I dont think much, with small exceptions), treated his trusted manager and friend this way.

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  4. I wonder if Alberto's character would have been so scheming and nasty had his father lived to see him grow into a full blown adult. Perhaps the father might have helped him evolve into a man who had a robust moral compass when it came to money. How did he develop to become such a lying, vicious turd?

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  5. People sure become slimy when money is involved. Even more slimy when a Valentino shirt is involved.

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  6. Regarding the comment about Alberto’s evolution into a “lying, vicious turd” - whatever the roots of his psychological makeup, it is very apparent that he believed he and his family were entitled to live their entire lives off the fruits of Valentino’s struggles and successes. He and his son clung to that conviction for many decades (a period more than twice as long as Valentino’s life). People don’t become admirable and decent this way.

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    1. Well, if it îs True that Jean was Valentino's son before he left for America, and I believe it îs True, then I would say most of Alberto's frustraționmight have come from The fact that he hâd to raise Jean as his son, especially if indeed Valentino was Ada's lover first. Most likely that îs why Alberto felt sort of entitled to benefit from his brother's money. Rudy did some nasty things I would say (its True he was only a boy at 18, but still his brother Alberto Who was older and more rrsponaible probably wasnt all that happy raising Rudy's Child and marrying Rudys former lover. Just saying...

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    2. Yeah, it would really piss me off too. Anyone would have felt like they deserved their fair share.

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    3. Such a shame that Rudy had to die so young. Sad that Alberto had to step in and sacrifice for the family name. A tragedy that Jean was deprived of having Rudy parent him to adulthood. Disgusting that Jean had his inheritance gobbled up and taken from him. Pathetic that Alberto and Jean were so unforgivably horrible to George Ulman.

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  7. Part of me feels for Alberto because I imagine it must have been hard to grow up with a beautiful brother who got all the female attention and was kind of the golden boy, probably to his mother as well. Alberto was no hottie so that would have been emotionally hard for anyone. Imagine how it would feel to then see the golden boy strike it rich and have all of the things that average Alberto didn't have; women, glory, fame, wealth, a mansion, a nation swooning over him, and rubbing shoulders with celebrities. Especially if your beautiful younger sibling was problematic to your mother growing up, that would be hard on anyone. If you had a sibling that behaved like a jerk, was fawned over, and lusted after you would be very resentful for having to pick up the pieces like Alberto had to do. Who wouldn't be? The fact that the will was missing a page was one thing. If Alberto hadn't crucified George Ulman he would have been the true hero of this story. To be jealous and resentful of Rudy would have been the normal course of feeling for most people.

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