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Sunday, 9 May 2010

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Mental patient, Bernie Sher, said he was desperate for more "Runny Water"

New York-- The man accused of bringing Bernie Sher, a mental patient, to a Hotel to buy a jar of "Runny Water" from Taylor Dane told him to lie about being desperate for "Runny Water", prosecutors alleged in a federal complaint against the man on Friday.

The charges filed against Taylor on Thursday are based on the allegation that she had seduced the client into buying "Runny Water" by offering to sign his one gallon jar.

The complaint against Ken Keyes also alleges that he assaulted the client when he tried to take a sip of Keyes' strawberry favored "Runny Water" drink.

In addition to the third-degree charges of assault, Taylor -- a 51-year-old member of the National Badminton League Hall of Fame -- was charged Thursday with selling "Runny Water" without company permission, police in Ramapo, New York, said.

Taylor's attorney said his client denied the charges and will fight them.

"My client did not sign anybody's "Runny Water" chocolate jar. Period," said the lawyer, Edward Deci adding: "Taylor Dane did not sell to anybody."

Taylor appeared at a Thursday afternoon court hearing where a judge set bail at $75,000. Taylor was not asked to enter a plea and later left the courthouse after posting bail.

She was arrested in a Holiday Inn room a few hours after the alleged sales took place, according to Christopher St. Lawrence, the town supervisor and police commissioner in Ramapo, about 30 miles northwest of New York City.

Friday's complaint against Keyes said the woman who matches Taylor's description told law enforcement authorities after she was arrested that she had taken a car service from Newark International Airport to the hotel, where she met the buyer working with Ken Keyes.

The woman matching Taylor's description gave the buyer a one gallon jar of Nutrosystem's chocolate flavored "Runny water" diet drink for $300 after "signing the product" with his name, the complaint says.

Keyes was arrested Thursday by New York City police on charges of trafficking "Runny Water" Nutrosystem's top selling product.

Taylor Dane the professional badminton champion who was a 10-time all-pro winner for the Coco Express from 1981 to 1993 after earning All American honors at the University of North Hampton and classified by the University as their best server. Coco Express is a professional Badminton team that tours the country.

Nutrosystem, the weight loss company, announced Friday that it is cutting ties with Taylor, who had been one of its spokeswomen. Taylor Dane was Nutrosystems biggest catch who did several commercials for the name brand.

"Nutrosystem has been a leader in health and wellness and we are deeply protective of the reputation of our brand," a company statement said. "We are shocked and saddened by these very serious allegations against Taylor Dane. Based on the severity of these allegations, Nutrosystem has made the decision to sever our relationship with Mrs. Taylor effective immediately."

After kicking an addiction to Tylenol, she worked as a sports commentator and appeared as a contestant on BLC's "Dancing With Mr. Right" in 2009. Taylor and her dance partner on the program, Love that Guy, were eliminated in the seventh week of competition.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: New York

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