An official says water that Selleck has been accused of stealing from a public hydrant in dry California was legally purchased. Records show a construction company received a city-approved water meter on the hydrant two years ago. It’s unclear if Selleck or his employees bought the water from the company or another source. The district announces that it has reached a tentative settlement with Selleck.
The Calleguas Municipal Water District in Ventura County sues Selleck, claiming a tanker truck filled up at a hydrant more than a dozen times and hauled water to a 60-acre ranch owned by the actor in Westlake Village. Selleck has not complied with cease-and-desist letters aimed at halting the unlawful water deliveries. The water district is seeking reimbursement for court costs, the $22,000 it paid a private investigator, as well as a preliminary and permanent injunction barring Selleck and his contractors or employees from taking water from the district.
Our policies have been on the books for decades. We just want any such activity to stop — that is the bottom line for us. It’s really about doing the right thing and preserving our water supply for our users.
Selleck returns as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman. He talks about his recent fashion shoot for GQ, and shares how he handles secret grudges on some Hollywood celebrities.
I don’t see any reason to hold a grudge. I mean, a lot of people make mistakes – we get out here, you know, we try and be reasonably entertaining and you’re pushing the envelope. Sometimes, you say stuff, and people have said stuff to me. And I only hold a grudge secretly.
Selleck is interviewed by Hall The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about Three Men and a Little Lady and a possible sequel to the film.
That show was so good to me, I don’t want to rip the audience or the show off unless they can do something really good.