Andrew Goldman: All signs point to Prince Alexander Von Furstenberg, his bald, athletic, temperamental, step-son. Miller also says Alex was harassing his friends. Sexual orientation was a subject of frequent gossip, but never of journalism. The story, by Columbia University journalism professor James B.
But none, of course, made it into print.
It's a finger in the sternum saying "Everyone knows what you are. He lives a laid back California life. Reached for comment, Diller said he was bothered not so much by Gawker's "nastiness" as by assertions about his professional conduct and IAC's business. His parents split in just after he was born.
But now it exists as an anachronistic monument to shame.