Fan Fiction for S. George Ullman
Keep in mind the "Fool" has one agenda; to sell print-on-demand fan fiction Valentino books and to put a halo over George Ullman's head. Not going to happen. She cant use revisionist history and go unchallenged. As the Child Star (age 73) chuckled and cheered, she falsely stated "George Ullman was not a thief".
Oh really? All the documentation I have posted here in previous listings (still available to read) and you can still say that? To recap, I have posted evidence; letters and receipts of Valentino Estate items that Ullman stole and then sold for 30 years on the black market so that his name would not be associated with the sales. He sold not only estate items but the deeds to the Whitley Heights home, he sold telegrams, he sold the power of attorney signed by Valentino. He sold much much more, all of it belonged, legally to the Valentino family. Nahhhhh, S. George Ullman wasn't a thief. Look the other way folks, nothing here to see.
She contacted a Valentino "expert" to inquire as to what Rudy would have done had he not died in 1926. Apparently this Valentino "expert" has a crystal ball to look into what may have been. And guess what? The "expert" told Evelyn "Fool" Zumaya what she wanted so desperately to hear.
The "expert" told Zumaya that George Ullman would have successfully steered Valentino into a new chapter of his career, because of how brilliant he was as a manger. The same "expert" told the "Fool" that "Alberto would have been sent into oblivion"
Yea, right. I laughed out LOUD. That's called "fan fiction" plain and simple.
Evelyn "Fool" Zumaya wasn't done with Alberto Valentino. She said that "Alberto instigated a vendetta" against Ullman because of Alberto's displeasure that he couldn't replace his brother in the film community. Where is her evidence of such a vendetta? She offers the listener nary a scrap. We are to take her word, I suppose. Considering all the errors she made in Affairs Valentino, I wouldn't take her word for anything. She faked the whole Frank Mennillo "Godfather" story, but we'll save that for another day.
Lets throw a splash of truth on this, shall we? Valentino correspondence exists that show Valentino was questioning the wisdom of S. George Ullman and was contemplating firing him.
BOOM! (Mike drop)