someone famous

February 19, 2007 5:25am CST
Do you think you could work for someone famous and never tell all to the papers?
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3 responses
@LittleMel (14033)
• Canada
20 Feb 07
I will definitely tell someone, a friend or family, but not the papers. Unless of course it's a murder or infidelity where the law requires a witness. I won't just go to the tabloid for the sake of money since working for this person already will pay me more than other jobs I had.
@candygurl24 (1880)
• Canada
20 Feb 07
First off, blabbing to the tabloids wouldn't be worth losing my job for, and secondly, if I were to go to the tabloids with my story of working for them, wouldn't they then turn me into someone "special" and be crawling up my a*s everywhere I went to see if I was meeting up with that famous person? I'll pass on that, because I know for a fact that I'd be up on first degree murder charges and would be pleading insanity because even the thought of my life no longer being my own private life drives me nuts.
@zugedanit (1958)
• Philippines
19 Feb 07
Of course, for someone to be in the employ of someone of that nature requires a degree of ethics and moral fiber. If one were to expose their employer in such a way, it may cause them public scrutiny which can harm them financially and eventually put them out of a job, if my employer was not able to maintain their public image I would suffer along with them, thus it is an incentive to help keep my employers image impeccable as to insure my career. Not to mention leaking information may put my employer in a legal bind, or in a more severe scenario, put them in harms way. Im incapable of doing that.