- Notarized affidavit dated January 24, 2002. In it, my accuser stated, "I have made accusations to the Jersey City police that John Fund, whom I have known for three years, was physically abusive at times in the recent past. Those statements were not true. Mr. Fund has not been abusive to me contrary to what I said in reports to the Jersey City police." She also stated, "There were never any wedding plans between Fund and I" [sic].
- Handwritten undated letter to the Wall Street Journal. In it, my accuser stated that she had been "struggling with emotional problems for sometime. I have trouble distinguishing between reality and fantasy ....[I]n recent weeks, I have claimed that John was abusive to me. John was not abusive."
- Deposition Transcript dated February 22, 2001 in the case of Pillsbury-Foster v. Franklin, Civil Action No. 233136 (Cal. Super Ct.). This case concerns the woman's mother and stepfather and is unrelated to any dispute between us. In it, she testifies under oath that she has "borderline personality disorder." Her condition manifests itself in "mood swings, all sorts of things," she stated, adding, "[y]ou're just not functional." When asked during the deposition, "What lies have you told in the past?," she replied, "Too many to name." When pressed to give an example, she said, "That I had a heart problem." She then described how she bilked her stepfather out of $10,000 by falsely telling him that she had a heart condition that required medical surgery to correct. This deposition transcript is not the only occasion in which she has discussed her emotional troubles on the official record. In a Pro Se Answer to a Complaint filed in California in In re Morgan Pillsbury, Debtor, Case No ND01-10494-RR, she admitted that she has "borderline personality disorder. One of the symptoms of this condition is an inability to discriminate truth from fiction." She further admitted that by June 1998, she was having severe emotional problems" and "was entirely non-functional." She also stated that she "has told whoppers [lies] all her life."
- Answer and Verified Counterclaim of John H. Fund dated January 23, 2003 in the case of Morgan Pillsbury v. John Fund, Citicorp Group and Jane Doe, Index No. 121868/02 (N.Y. Sup. Ct.). In this document, I describe how a few weeks before the woman in questions most recent accusation that I committed domestic violence against her, she stole and forged several checks drawn on my Chase Manhattan bank account totaling almost $30,000. She also took out a credit card in my name and charged jewelry worth $8000. Shortly thereafter, she began demanding $150,000 apparently in return for peace.
- E-mail message from the woman in question to Professor Gail Heriot of the University of San Diego School of Law. This is one among many such harassing and often vulgar communications sent by the woman in question to female friends and acquaintances of mine. Note that she was using an America-Online e-mail address that made it appear the message came from me.
- Anyone who is unfamiliar with Borderline Personality Disorder may want to take a look at the National Institute of Mental Healths web site at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/bpd.cfm.
- UPDATE: On July 14, 2006, my accuser abandoned her meritless claim against me in the case of Morgan Pillsbury v. John Fund, Citicorp Group and "Jane Doe," Index No. 121868-02 (N.Y. Sup. Ct.: N.Y. County). She received absolutely no money from me or anyone else as a result of her voluntary dismissal with prejudice, and she was clearly entitled to none. The dismissal occurred minutes before trial was to begin when it finally became clear to her that I would not submit to her demands.
As the attached transcript reveals, at the same time, I dropped my counterclaims against her. While these counterclaims were well-founded, they had been filed only in response to my accuser's suit and had no monetary value on their own, since she is clearly judgment proof. I also promised to return miscellaneous property that she had left at my home several years ago. This property had long since been put into storage by me, and my attorney had made multiple efforts to return it to my accuser. Those efforts, however, had been met with silence.
The wheels of American justice turn slowly--painfully slowly at times. But at least in this case, they have turned surely. I would like to thank my attorney, Fred Kessler, for all his hard work. I would also like to thank Professor Gail Heriot. Despite my accuser's outrageous threats to sue Gail and her wholly uninvolved employer and colleagues, she flew across the country to be ready to testify each time the trial was scheduled to occur. I don't know what I would have done without Fred and Gail. I hope this will end an unhappy chapter in my life and look forward to the future.