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Published: Monday, May 21 2012 7:56 p.m. MDT

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MPeace
Provo, Utah

I wish you full Power in your lawsuit against your Ex, Sandra. By a mutual friend I knew when you first started Nu Skin, I know none of this is true.

MrsH
Altamont, UT

Wow, they divorced 12 years ago and he's still this vindictive?

Thegymrat2
Los Angeles, CA

If you fact find and are able to find Sandi's other husband's (Adam Baker) book. In the book it was HE who made the accusations about drugs and prostitution. As one who followed Diederick's blog which included excerpts from his book in progress and referred to in the article and in 3rd District court docs filed by Sandi...his web site NEVER made those claims. I doubt the other blog followers saw those accusations either. Therefore those "facts" seem unlikely to be proven based on the web site but they certainly drew attention. Anyone can state something as a fact.

Over 18,000 of us who saw the web site are waiting on Sandi's response to his questions he raised. Your readers wonder if she was truly "forced" to step down? Did you interview the board members or staff? It sounds like a good tactic suggested by a well paid legal team.

johnyboy
Rexburg, ID

This lawsuit was marked "private" by the court, so how did Deseret News get their hands on the documents? Hmmm. Ms. Tillotson will probably be suing them next. She certainly won't be happy with the newest sample chapter on Diederik's site titled, "Meeting Sandie". I love the phrase on the updates page that says, "Sandie wants to paint a bright picture of herself, unfortunately her palette only contains dark colors."

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