From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:
Tony Barr and Maria Pereira entered the courtroom Thursday afternoon frowning and left nearly three hours later crying.
Not because Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis granted their respective applications for protective order–she didn’t, patiently explaining that their allegations against each other did constitute stalking, a requirement for the order.
But more likely it was her words, like a mother hen, admonishing them as public figures to act like ones.
“To your credit you have worked to make things better in the city and as a result your paths have crossed and will continue to cross,” the judge told them. “As public figures you have to face criticism and negativity.”
Full story here.