Spokeo is not a valid source! Use the one journalists/pi's use, sillies, ! :) But do be nice always, and propriety entails kindness.

There was a time when my greatest wish was to stab Harvey Levin with a rusty implement and watch his entrails go running down my forearm, in some Macbethian stance. I wanted him to die in my arms, while looking into my eyes, and I wanted to say to him, 'Oh, Harvey, you thoughtless little pig.'" Baldwin added, "He is a festering boil on the anus of American media."

"He used to say, to all of us, 'My fucking dogs are smarter than you!' You become like a battered child. He beats you down, but the second you're about to say, 'Screw this place,' he gives you a compliment, and you live for that." The former TMZ photographer recounted that Levin once screamed, "I could get a monkey to do your job!" and, on another occasion, "Do you want me to draw this out in crayons for you fucking idiots?" The former news reporter said that, on one occasion, Levin compared his staff to "a roomful of handicapped people." Rory Waltzer, another former cameraman, told me, "Harvey Levin would have been a great dictator: he is charming enough so that you want to follow him, but terrifying enough so that you don't want to fail."

According to the lawsuit, Rosenblum "routinely belittled, berated and humiliated" her, "screaming at her in front of co-workers" and telling her, "I fucking hate this shit you hand in." She called the workplace environment at TMZ "hostile or offensive." (Levin isn't named in the suit, although TMZ Productions is.) Dozens of current and former employees characterized the TMZ offices as an uncomfortable workplace. "Sex was discussed casually, as a commodity," another former producer said. He described employees regularly gathering around computer monitors to watch footage of celebrities having sex. (Stills from these clips appeared on TMZ.)

One former employee came to lunch in a disguise, worried that she might be recognized speaking to a reporter. Another stood me up; she later apologized, saying, "I was scared." Numerous former employees confessed to going on medication to manage workplace anxiety. "Harvey is ruthless," Simon Cardoza, the former cameraman, said. "He is able to treat people like shit because everybody wants to be near the limelight."