You know you would think by now Katie would realize she needs to change her ways and be you know more Judgelike, or mature, or at least responsible. Apparently she still thinks daddy's money will save her as usual. Rick Redding over at www.louisvillemojo.com brought this story to light.
It seems Katie just cannot stay out of trouble and apparently Daddy Jim cannot keep her from it.
Monday night/Tuesday Morning at 1:11 AM Katie was caught at Cherokee Park in HER SUV with a guy named Benjamin Botkins. Supposedly Katie was in the back seat of HER OWN SUV while Botkins was in the front um yeah right.
1:11 in the morning on a worknight? In the backseat of her OWN SUV? With a guy who supposeldy has a girlfriend according to his facebook profile? A guy who lives nearby in an apartment? What prevented them from going there I wonder. Is this another lover, or dealer, or whatever going to take a fall for her.
The police filed a report. What the report does not say is that the officer was due in Katie's court the next morning. Rumor has it that Katie was caught in a very um public display of affection but this was changed to avoid embarrassment.
In defense of the officer this is common when certain people are caught in embarrassing situations in Cherokee Park eh Jerry?
But I digress.
What is interesting is that Katie already had been caught with drugs in her home previously in which an ex boyfriend took the fall to save her, she had a domestic case against her where she tried to beat in the door of an ex boyfriend, rumored to be the child referred to that underwent psychiatric evaluation during her Dad's divorce, knowing violated the law in regards to campaign finance regardless of the KREF findings and will pay a fine later today that her CPA dad says was his fault when his lawyer daughter did not know the law, and now this.
I cannot wait for the spin machine to portray this one. She already got the golden opportuity to be a Judge of others for things she herself is guilty of yet still does not get it. Spoiled would be an understatement. Katie's decision making seriously needs to be evaluated.
She really just does not get it and thinks she is above the law. It is time for Katie to grow up and take responsibility for her actions and time for others like her dad to allow her to do so.
As an adult and a Judge she should know better and hopefully the voters will remember these things when they vot ein the next election.