Pirro Stiffs 2006 Senate Campaign Vendors For $600K

The Daily Beast reports:

“Judge” Jeanine Pirro does not plan to repay nearly $600,000 in debts accrued during her ill-fated run for the U.S. Senate, her still-active campaign committee told federal regulators this week. An attorney for Pirro, who now hosts a Fox News program popular with President Donald Trump, told the Federal Election Commission that the hundreds of thousands of dollars she still owes to a host of campaign vendors “are not collectible” due to a six-year statute of limitations for the collection of contractual debts under New York State law.

USA Today reports:

As of its last annual filing, the campaign reported $19,458 cash on hand but listed $589,194 in unpaid bills including vendors, consultants, the U.S. Post Office and Verizon. Her campaign against Clinton got off to an awkward start during a speech when she lost page 10 of her speech, resulting in 30 seconds of silence. After she dropped out, she ran for state attorney general instead, an election she lost.