ADULT FILM sensation
believes Monday's revelation that
fathered a child out of wedlock proves that California voters should have picked her in 2003.
"I think it proves that I would have been a more honest governor than he was. I have no love children and don't plan on it," says Carey, who placed 10th in the recall election in which Schwarzenegger was the winner.
"We're in such a fiscal crisis and if Arnold can't be honest to his wife of 25 years, how can we trust him to have been honest to the citizens of California?" said Carey, an honorary Philadelphian, who no longer stars in hardcore porn but models nude on her website, MaryCarey.com.
Carey, 30, is mulling a bid for the White House in 2016. She'll have to skip the 2012 presidential election because she is too young. Carey couldn't help but remark on the unforunate looks of Schwarzenegger's maid/mistress Mildred Patricia Baena, observing "She is sooooooo ugly!" We hate to agree, but truth be told, Baena really could easily star in a porn film called "Homely Homewreckers."
Canseco case continued
Jose Canseco is a hard man to find. At least according to the Broomall court system, which yesterday issued a continuance to July 15 in Celebrity Boxing Promoter Damon Feldman's small-claims- court suit against the former bad boy of baseball, because Canseco had not yet been served.
Feldman is seeking $6,000 from Canseco over his allegedly pulling the old switcheroo in March, sending his twin brother, Ozzie, to a boxing match in his place.
Feldman, who will continue to pursue the case, says he paid Canseco $5,000 in advance for the fight that never took place once the alleged deception was discovered.
Meanwhile, on Saturday night Feldman and Michael Lohan, the disgraced father of Lindsay Lohan, hung out at 879 Lounge (110 Chestnut), along with Broncos fullback and former Eagle Kyle Eckel and "Survivor" alum-turned-actor Gervase Peterson.
Out and about
* Upper Darby-native actor Jamie
Kennedy played blackjack Tuesday at the Tropicana in A.C., where he spent the night.
* NFL analyst Lesley Visser stopped by
Talk of the Town (3020 S. Broad) the other day for a cheesesteak, not long after Chester County "Jackass" Bam Margera
stopped in for a bite.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Raheem Brock hosts his fifth annual charity weekend June 10-12. The Dobbins High and Temple football star, who helped the Colts win Super Bowl XLI, is expecting NFL friends Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Lance Johnstone and Hugh Douglas to participate in a flag- football game on Temple's campus, one of a handful of events that weekend to benefit the Raheem Brock Foundation for disadvantaged youth.
For a schedule of events visit raheembrock.com or call 267-909-9710.
Kijafa opens store
Kijafa Frink, the Philly-raised fiancee of Michael Vick, and her business partner, Blair Sandlain, will open a store, PNK Elephant, at 504 South St. on June 17. The pair run PNKElephant.com, an online accessories shop, and plan to offer a wider variety of jewelry, apparel, nail polish and umbrellas, among other goods. For more info visit PNKElephant.com or call 1-800-PNK-4531.
Hurricane hosts Liberty dinner
NBC10's Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz hosts the National Liberty Museum's Heroes of Liberty Founders Dinner Wednesday at the Westin Philadelphia.
The 6 p.m. event benefits the museum's education programs for area youth.
For more info, call 215-925-2800 or visit libertymuseum.org.