Sharon Stone’s Legal Woes

Jun. 1 2009, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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If he wins his lawsuit against Sharon Stone, Peter Krause is going to get a little less money than he might have thought he would thanks to a lawsuit filed late last week by the State Compensation Insurance Fund. Krause (not the Six Feet Under star, by the way) says he was a visitor to Stone’s home in 2006 when he fell down a hill on her property, sustaining numerous injuries.  He filed suit against the actress in 2008.  Now, according to legal documents obtained by, the Insurance Fund wants a piece of the action.  They’ve paid out nearly $70,000 in disability payments and medical benefits to Krause, and they are demanding repayment out of “the proceeds of any satisfaction of judgment or settlement of plaintiff’s case.”  The State Compensation Insurance Fund’s attorney Deborah Zexter had a “no comment” for about the case.

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