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The Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement division has informed Martha Stewart that it plans to recommend filing securities fraud charges against her over her controversial sale of ImClone stock. If convicted, the domestic diva would face a hefty fine, and could be forced out as chairman and chief executive of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.

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The Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement division has informed Martha Stewart that it plans to recommend filing securities fraud charges against her over her controversial sale of ImClone stock. If convicted, the domestic diva would face a hefty fine, and could be forced out as chairman and chief executive of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.