Aren't some things better left unsaid, at least in public, as in, to the whole world?
Two cases this week are particularly disturbing:
Case #1: Hilary Swank tell's Vanity Fair that substance abuse by her husband, Chad Lowe, was partly responsible for the failure of their marriage.
That sounds like an invasion of Lowe's privacy, but it was probably calculated and approved beforehand.
Case #2: Kathy Griffin tell's CNN's Larry King that her husband, Matt Moline, stole money from her.
That's just cold.