Howard Hughes made the Private Detective harassment gambit famous. I read it in passing so I can't remember the name of the poor soul who originally suffered the minutiae of his life being documented. Hughes hired dozens of detectives to shadow an enemy. The guy caved. He couldn't take being scrutinized every minute of the day. Today it might be seen as harassment but when Howard Hughes was running the world it was business as usual.
Congrats on a newsworthy story. Drugs and hookers, it just doesn't get any better than that. I'll leave off before I wax garrulous about my well spent, wildly entertaining youth.
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