Would You Pay $500K For 15 Minutes Of Kristen Stewart's Time? This Prince Did.
Sep 11, 2013 16:36
How much would you be willing to pay to spend some time with Kristen Stewart? Harvey Weinstein revealed an interesting tidbit while promoting “12.12.12,” the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert film during the Toronto Film Festival Monday.
He said that Kristen Stewart raised $500k for the Sandy relief effort by simply SITTING with a Middle Easter Prince for 15 minutes. Here's what happened, according to the NY Times:
“How much?” Ms. Stewart asked, according to Mr. Weinstein.
He checked with the prince, who proposed a figure, which Mr. Weinstein promptly raised to $500,000.
The money was delivered in advance, in cash, Mr. Weinstein said.
Mr. Dolan [James Dolan, the chairman of Madison Square Garden] locked it up in Madison Square Garden, he said. “And Kristen sits with the guy for 15 minutes.”
We're not sure if the prince got his money's worth, but if its for a good cause, why not.
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