Howard Stern’s pal pleads guilty to identity theft

One of the benefits of being based in Great Britain is that I’ve so far managed to avoid ever hearing the Howard Stern shock jock radio show.

But media reports inform me that a zany associate of his, who goes by the name of Ivy Supersonic, has found herself in a spot of trouble with the law.

Ivy, whose real name is Ivy Silberstein, has pleaded guilty to counts of harassment and identity theft. The tattoo-covered fashion designer and party promoter had a long-running public feud with the owner of the New York Plumm nightclub which resulted in her jamming four of the club’s locks with super glue, and threatening to…

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