Teacher Being Sued By LeAnn Rimes Asks For Extension

Teacher Being Sued By LeAnn Rimes Asks For Extension
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The teacher being sued by LeAnn Rimes for taping a conversation on the phone without her consent has asked for an extension in court to secure an attorney and raise funds for her defense.


Kimberly Smiley, who happens to be a high school teacher and mother-of-six, was granted the extension by Rimes’ attorney Larry Stein.

Surprisingly enough she has yet to hire an attorney for the case, and  told RadarOnline in an interview:

“We are just an average family trying to make ends meet each month. We are faced with a lawsuit from a high priced powerful Beverly Hills attorney and trying to find an attorney has been hard.”

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