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RACIAL DIVIDE TOO GREAT FOR TREE COUPLE -- BABY PALM ADOPTED BY NEARBY RELATIVE

by Vanessa Cortez, staff writer.  [October 20, 2011]

 

 

[WeeklyUniverse.com]  Four years ago the Weekly Universe reported on the happy nuptials of a tree couple who had apparently overcome their racial differences and were now living together in blissful matrimony.

Alas, their happiness was not to last! In a heart-rending turn of event, the space once occupied by the Lady Palm -- close to the bosom of her Hubby Oak -- has now been carpeted over with clover. (Or ... something that looks like clover.)

 

 

         

 

 

Even more heart-breakingly, just a few trees west from the divorced Oak's Santa Monica address on Georgiana Street, an older Oak is raising a Baby Palm -- apparently abandoned by the Mommy Palm!

Obviously, this older Oak is the grandmother, burdened with raising the Baby Palm after she was tragically left by her mother and dumped by her father.

Or is there another, more sinister explanation? Did the Mother Palm meet with foul play at the hands of a philandering Father Oak?

Who can say?!

Pictures do not lie!

 

 

 

 

Vanessa Cortez is a Los Angeles based tabloid reporter who investigates the occult underbelly of the entertainment industry. Read more about her journalism in Hollywood Witches.

 

 

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