of March, 1962in Badin, North Carolina, United States of America. She grew up with her mother and her stepfather in Trenton, New Jersey. degree in Administration of Justice at American University. After that, she was admitted to the New York state bar in 1987.
Star Jones joined Notre Dame High School, New Jersey and graduated from there initially. Star Jones was a prosecutor with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn from the year 1986 to 1991.
An anonymous tipster sent an email to Fameolous accusing Dr.
” And she’s not the only one: Her boyfriend of more than two years, Manhattan’s Soho and Tribeca Grand hotels’ executive chief Herb Wilson, is equally enamored, and after seeing her in a sexy, red curve-hugging Marc Bouwer design, replied "Damn, Star! " “After my open-heart surgery last year, the first thing I said when I opened my eyes was, ‘Herbie! ’ We dated 12 years ago," Star gushes about her long time beau.
And now according to K, they’re so in love that they’re ready to start a family. Do YOU think people are making up lies about K’s new man???
Michelle is blissfully happy and booed up with a mystery doctor??? Kastan Sims, a general dentist from her hometown in Memphis. Sims practices in the city where they apparently connected and fell in love.
Symone joined in 2015.) Jones, 54, a former Brooklyn prosecutor and senior assistant DA, hosted her own court show, “Jones & Jury,” before joining “The View.” She spent nine years on the show, during which she married Al Reynolds and was lampooned on “Saturday Night Live” by Tracy Morgan and Kenan Thompson.
In June 2006, Jones stunned Walters on the air by announcing her sudden departure.
She got elevated to a senior assistant district attorney in 1992.
These fictional characters sound a lot like five current and former co-hosts of “The View” — but we’re sure it’s just a coincidence.
Meet Maxine, Mo, Nina, Heather and Kibby, who co-host “The Lunch Hour,” the talk show at the center of VH1’s upcoming drama series, “Daytime Divas.” The show, premiering next year, is based on “Satan’s Sisters,” the catty 2011 novel written by former “View” co-host Star Jones, which recounts life behind the scenes at a talk show called “The Lunch Club” — described as “a long-running, popular ladies’ talk show in which alliances are forged, careers are made, and bridges are burned.” Ouch.
“All of the characters are fictional, but inspired by my experiences through the years,” Jones told The Post. Of course our brilliant ‘Daytime Divas’ writers have added their creative spin to it …” Maxine (the Barbara Walters character) is described in the show’s press materials as “The creator/host of ‘The Lunch Hour,’ ” while Mo, who sounds a lot like Rosie O’Donnell, is “a stand-up comic with no edit button which gets her into trouble with Maxine … She apologizes to no one.” Nina, meanwhile, is “A professional, successful war correspondent …
a gem on camera but will stand up for herself backstage …” (Lisa Ling), while Heather (Elisabeth Hasselbeck) is “A former beauty queen and self-proclaimed spiritual guide of ‘The Lunch Hour’ …