Adam Robinson, co-founder of the Princeton Review, is suing former lover Laura Day for $14 million. The Post reports:
In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Adam Robinson said he supported Laura Day for years and even wrote most of her best-selling books, but the psychic-to-the-stars stabbed him in the back by preying on his “psychological weaknesses” and manipulating him out of his money.
Robinson’s books include What Smart Students Know; Day’s include How to Rule the World From Your Couch. We are bummed to see that even the bond of shared shadiness between a psychic and a test-prep guru cannot stand the test of time.