Saturday, June 30, 2007

Kenny G Owns LA Cowboy's Old Beach Pad!

When I saw the below story and read the distance between the house and the bluff at Little Dume Beach - I knew only two properties on Point Dume had houses (albeit, guest houses) that close to the sand, though the distance is actually less than fifty feet. Additionally, the last I had heard, the Anawalts still owned the Anawalt House but Sandy Gallin had sold my old house.

So I called out to my sister who still resides on the Point - and sure enough - Kenny G. is now ensconced in LA Cowboy's old digs.

Ah.... memories of the old days back in the 'Bu.

Girl hurt by item cast from Kenny G's home
Two teens threw objects, and the 9-year-old girl needed stitches, sheriff's officials said.
By Richard Winton
Times Staff Writer

June 30, 2007

Nine-year-old Brooke Porter was enjoying a day at Malibu's Little Dume Beach with her family last Saturday when it happened.

About 50 feet above the beach, someone threw objects from the bluff-top compound owned by musician Kenny G onto the sand below. Brooke was hit in the head, causing a scalp injury.

Now, L.A. County Sheriff's detectives are trying to sort out what happened — and who is to blame.

"The 9-year-old girl needed four stitches," said Sheriff's Capt. Thomas Martin of the Malibu/Lost Hills station.

Sheriff's officials said they believe two teenagers on Kenny G's property — neither related to the saxophonist — hurled the objects. But it's unclear what was thrown. Martin said they could have been rocks — or candy and energy bars.

The musician's attorney said Kenny G's wife paid the medical bill for the girl, but he said no rocks were thrown. Instead, the attorney said, Hershey's Kisses and a PowerBar energy bar were thrown.

"I have been informed a PowerBar hit the girl accidentally on the head," said attorney Lee Blackman, who added that the cliffs have signs warning of falling rocks. "It was just an accident...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Beach from High Water is part of the property on the bluff above the beach,that's why they cost millions.