Christina Crawford

Lied

The Truth Behind "Mommie Dearest "

Bonus section: The LaLonde Exposé - Exposing Casey LaLonde


The Documents

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  • Christina Crawford's sworn legal Objection To Probate Joan Crawford's will (October 24th, 1977)(Contains multiple sworn statements by Christina that directly contradict allegations claimed in "Mommie Dearest." According to Christina's 1988 book "Survivor," she signed this legal document on the same day that she met with publisher William Morrow regarding her manuscript, "Mommie Dearest")


  • Christopher Crawford's sworn legal Objection To Probate Joan Crawford's will (October 24th, 1977)(According to Christopher's daughter's version of events, Christopher's legal objection contains multiple contradicting statements)


  • Christina Crawford's first court-ordered sworn deposition (February 9th-10th, 1978) (Contains a voluminous amount of statements that directly contradict allegations claimed in "Mommie Dearest." Including repeated direct denial of knowledge pertaining to violent abuse upon her by Joan Crawford. According to Christina's 1988 book "Survivor," she attended this deposition and submitted her final installments of "Mommie Dearest" to William Morrow during the same trip to New York)




  • Legal counsel correspondence regarding the requested deposition of Christopher Crawford and his repeated refusal (1978)





  • Correspondence between legal counsel regarding the request for a second deposition of Christina Crawford (July 1978)


  • Correspondence between legal counsel regarding Christina Crawford's refusal to submit the "Mommie Dearest" manuscript to Joan Crawford's Estate attorneys or to the Court as per pre-trial discovery laws (1978)


  • Correspondence between legal counsel regarding Christina's sudden "extreme chest pains" which prevented her attendance on the scheduled date of her second deposition (September 1978)


  • Legal counsel correspondence regarding Christina's sudden "violent illness" which prevented her attendance at her second deposition, and the recent publication of "Mommie Dearest" excerpts in "New York" magazine (September 6th, 1978)(This communication makes mention that Christina had assumed the trial regarding her Objection To Probate Joan's will would have been completed prior to the publication of "Mommie Dearest" excerpts in the media)



  • Documents pertaining to Cathy Crawford LaLonde's defamation lawsuit against Christina Crawford (1998 -1999)