A woman named Lucyna Turyk-Wawrynowicz, who worked as a maid for several Hollywood stars, pled guilty in a New York court yesterday to stealing from most of them. Among her big cheese victims were Robert De Niro's wife (from whom Turyk-Wawrynowicz took a pair of earrings worth almost $100,000) and Candice Bergen, whose leather jacket and several cameras were stolen. Even more alarming than the thievery, though, was the fact that, when Bergen confronted Turyk-Wawrynowicz about her action, the woman threatened to accuse Bergen's husband of sexual harassment if Bergen dared go to the police. That, my friends, is balls.

In the end, though, it was the fault of her victims if Turyk-Wawrynowicz stole from them. According to the high-class thief, "I only stole from people who didn't treat me with respect." Basically, that means that Isabella Rossellini has been confirmed as the coolest woman on earth, because she's the only employer whose stuff Turyk-Wawrynowicz left alone.

All of this is interesting and all, but here's my question: how does a 35-year-old woman get a group of clients like that? Did they all live in the same building, or something? It's just bizarre.