Starr's wife defends his acts, honesty

October 21, 1998|By New York Daily News

Alice Starr has been all but mum during her husband's Kenneth's investigation of President Clinton. But in the November/December issue of Mirabella, she takes aim at those who've portrayed her husband as man consumed by sex and pursuing a vendetta.

"It hurts me to see him maligned," she says. "He's a very loving husband, he's a very loving father. ... The most frustrating thing is that he can't defend himself."

Alice Starr, a public relations executive, adds: "Ken has never, ever brought home any of the stress or the strain of his job. He has never brought home any of the facts. He feels strongly about protecting his family. ... We've never had a discussion about this case at all."

She also says that taxpayers are getting their money's worth for her husband's $40 million investigation.

"Ken has not taken one weekend off in the four years he has worked on this case," she says, adding, "I don't know anyone more honest than Ken. Anybody."

Pub Date: 10/21/98

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