This week, Stacie shares some memories about the very trashy marriage and divorce of actress Robin Givens and boxer Mike Tyson. Then, Alicia answers the call of a Patreon Trashsociate Producer with the story of the very self-important composer of “Memory,” Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose second Sarah-named wife was singer Sarah Brightman.
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Undisputed Truth, by Mike Tyson and Larry Sloman (Amazon link)
Grace Will Lead Me Home, by Robin Givens (Amazon link)
The Barbara Walters Interview (YouTube link)
The Champ and the Vamp (people.com)
Why Does Everyone Hate Me? (people.com)
The forgotten story of when Bill Cosby’s daughter accused Mike Tyson of rape (washingtonpost.com)
Mike Tyson vs. Robin Givens: The Champ’s Biggest Fight (Ebony, via archive.org)
Trouble Still Goes With Tyson’s Car (nytimes.com)
BOOK: TYSON SAID HE HIT EX-WIFE WITH BEST PUNCH. (sun-sentinel.com)
Through the Storm: Robin Givens (essence.com)
TYSON-GIVENS –A FAIRY TALE TURNED SOUR (sun-sentinel.com)
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Hotheaded Perfectionist (nytimes.com)
Andrew Lloyd Webber reveals he twice planned to kill himself as a boy (dailymail.co.uk)
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s memoir of his early life (dailymail.co.uk)
Call me Ms Dependable (irishtimes.com)