We fondly remember Stacy Johnson-Klein, the former milftastic matron of the Fresno State women’s basketball team, who became embroiled in a bitter legal battle with the school over her firing & her resulting sexual harassment lawsuit.
And now we’re happy to learn from ERRATIC MAGIC that Ms. Johnson-Klein has found employment once again. And it’s not just some sideline job - Stacy’s going to become the general manager of a certain b-ball team in Oklahoma.
Unfortunately, it’s not the one you’re thinking of. Fortunately, Stacy’s also seeking opportunities for book & movie deals.
The FRESNO BEE follows up that Johnson-Klein has agreed to become GM of the Lawton-Fort Sill Cavalry of the Continental Basketball Association. It’ll be a homecoming for SJK, as she grew up in Oklahoma and began her coaching career at nearby Cameron University.
Stacy is expected to receive a six-figure salary from the Cavalry, a pretty tidy sum for a minor league franchise - especially one that reportedly lost $350,000 last season.
But if the ball team goes belly up, Stacy has a backup plan to help secure some financial security - by getting her life story in print and on the silver screen:
And as she prepares to put Fresno behind her, Johnson-Klein also is seeking a movie and book deal from her experiences here, hiring celebrity attorney Gloria Allred to help broker a deal. Allred did the same for Amber Frey, the former lover of convicted murderer Scott Peterson.
That’s quite some company Stacy will be keeping.
But in the meantime, it’s up to Johnson-Klein to convince Oklahoma hoops fans to come on out to the Comanche County Fairgrounds and watch her Cavalry play (and buy some soda pop & t-shirts while they’re at it).
Maybe attendance would double if Stacy moved her office courtside, so fans could see her at work. But make she better make sure the windows are properly tinted - Stacy doesn’t want to make the same mistake this topless Toronto gal made.
Then again, if Stacy did, Cavalry attendance would definitely quadruple. We’d certainly buy season seats.