A veteran comic — who garnered rave reviews for his brief stint on TV’s “Louie” — has gone to war against the Jersey cop he says broke up his marriage.Jim Florentine, who appeared in the season finale of Louis C.
Asked about the affair last week, Warner told The Post, “I really think that the details of any of the relationships involved really need to remain private.” Warner, asked whether she is still dating Otten, said, “We do see each other generally.” Dan Motley, a retired New Jersey state trooper whose firm, DCM Investigations, was hired by Florentine to trail Warner, said his client’s letter campaign “is not revenge.” “[Florentine] has family in Absecon and Matawan near where this guy patrols,” Motley said.
“He has concern about [retaliatory] motor-vehicle stops, stuff like that.” Otten declined to comment, telling a Post reporter outside his and his parents’ house in Aberdeen, “I can’t help you.” The Matawan police chief and Monmouth County’s prosecutor did not respond to requests for comment.
In the “Louie” episode, Florentine plays a hack comedian named Kenny who dies in a tragi-comic fashion: He slips and cracks his head while attempting to defecate in a toilet’s tank.
Robin Quivers has never really been the most well-known celebrity in the world.
She is best known for the long period of time where she worked as a co-anchor and co-host for the wildly popular radio talk show .
Diehard fans of the broadcast will remember for her earnest work as a newscaster for Howard, as well as the strong friendly chemistry that existed between the pair.