El Nino Damages Jet Belonging to Judge Judy

El Nino JetEl Nino has reportedly damaged a private jet which happens to belong to televisions favorite Judge…Judy aka Judy Sheindlin .

According to TMZ.com, the $6.75 million dollar aircraft was parked at Naples Municipal Airport Saturday night when wind gusts soared to 80 MPH.

The forces of wind left the aircraft in an upright position which in turn caused damage to the rear under portion of the aircraft.

The winds gust pushed the front of the plane upward, sending fuel toward the back which caused the backside to hit the ground.

Judy,who resides in Naples with her husband Jerry,  flies twice a month on her private jet from her other home in New York to her studio in Los Angeles.

Judge Judy Sheindlin, a former judge from New York, tackles actual, small claims cases with her no-nonsense attitude in which damages of no more than $5,000 can be awarded. Also by her side is bailiff Petri Hawkins-Byrd who keeps order in the court. After a case is closed, the defendant and plaintiff briefly confront each other outside the court-room.

Judge Judy Trivia

  • Judy Judy’s father was a dentist. Graduated from New York Law School in 1965. Former cosmetics firm lawyer. She proposed to husband Jerry. She and Jerry performed the marriage ceremonies of all 4 of their married children (one son is still bachelor). She divorced Jerry in 1990, and remarried him a year later, reportedly because she was grieving from her father’s death and needed time to herself.
  • Judge Judy is a former Manhattan County court judge.
  • Mother of 5 children: Gregory, Jamie Hartwright, Jonathan, Adam Levy and Nicole. Grandmother of, at-least, 11 grandchildren, so far.
  • Graduated first in her class from New York Law School.
  • Graduated from Madison James High School in Brooklyn at age 17 in just 3 1/2 years and was accepted at Washington University.
  • After 25 years of working as a prosecutor dealing with juvenile delinquents, she retired and began her show, Judge Judy (1996), which debuted in 1996, was slow to start, but became a success.
  • Graduated at American University in Washington, D.C., in 1963.
  • Judy Judy is the best-selling author of 4 books, “Don’t Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It’s Raining,” released in September 1996, “Beauty Fades, Dumb Is Forever,” released in January 1999, “Win or Lose By How You Choose,” a children’s book released in February 2000, and “Keep it Simple, Stupid” released in July 2000.
  • Before she had her own show, she was the feature subject of an article in the Los Angeles Times that led to a report widely seen on 60 Minutes (1968).
  • Her $100 million, four-year contract, signed in 2004, makes her one of the highest-paid women in television.(Forbes.com).
  • Is the most famous court show judge in television. Where other court shows have ended or failed, Judy’s is the only one to last over ten years and still going strong. As a result, her popularity has grown, as well as her large fan base, and Judy has achieved celebrity status. Original The People’s Court (1981)’s first judge, Joseph A. Wapner’s was very popular, until Wapner retired, in 1993, lasting at-least eleven years. Wapner then was a temporary animal court Judge, of Animal Court (1998), in 1998.
  • Ranked #13 by Forbes.com’s list of The Richest 20 Women In Entertainment.
  • Parodied by Cheri Oteri on Saturday Night Live (1975).
  • On February 2006, Judy received her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • In 2007, Forbes Magazine estimated her earnings for the year at $30 million.
  • Often parodied by Amanda Bynes on The Amanda Show (1999).
  • Jerry Sheindlin, her husband, is a retired judge, also.
  • Stepmother of Gregory Evrett Sheindlin (born in 1965) and stepmother-in-law of Laurie Gail Pila (born in 1977). She took part in their wedding on May 12, 2012 in New York City.
  • Living, with Jerry Sheindlin, in Naples, Florida. [November 2010]
  • She and her husband maintain a luxury estate in ultra-rich Greenwich, Connecticut. [May 2007]
  • Announced on Larry King Live (1985) that she has renewed her contract for her show, Judge Judy (1996), through 2009. [October 2005]

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