Flacks-to-the-stars are up in arms over Gawker.com's new "Stalker" feature, which maps out NYC celebrity sightings within minutes of them happening. "As innovative as this is, it dangerously puts [our clients] in harm's way," Leslie Sloane Zelnik, who reps the likes of Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears, tells the New York Daily News. "At some point, the government is going to have to step in and regulate this." Until then, I'd like to preemptively say that any sightings of me outside 43rd Street's PleasureTown DVD Emporium are entirely erroneous.
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