After issuing a lengthy statement and public apology about her recent legal struggle regarding the TV script adaptation of The Dirty Girls Social Club, award-winning Latina author Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez has been active today on her Twitter stream. Here is a timeline of what she tweeted last night:
She started a series of tweets with the following post, where she offers the best of wishes to Ann Lopez’s Encanto Productions, the company which owns the option to adapt the Dirty Girls script for television. In the tweet, Valdes-Rodriguez makes reference to her other books, especially her latest book, Three Kings.
Valdes-Rodriguez then tweeted the following and says, “To save my sanity, I am letting it go. Mourning.”
What follows is a reply to one Twitter profile who reacted to the news. Valdes-Rodriguez’s clear: legal fees are expensive and Lopez’s lawyer, high-powered attorney Marty Singer.
Valdes-Rodriguez then tweets about money, hinting that Singer’s efforts have been effective, even though she makes no direct reference to him.