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Veteran courtroom artist Jane Rosenberg turned Tom Brady's "Deflategate" hearing into even more of a sensation in 2015 when her she deflated the famous hunk and husband of Gisele into something of a hardened, tan Gollum in her courtroom sketch—to the internet's delight, and seemingly endless memes.
This sketch of Martin Shkreli, the "Pharma bro" who's been widely hated since 2015, was depicted by the same artist responsible for the infamous depiction of Tom Brady.
Taylor Swift's trial against a radio DJ who allegedly groped her in Denver this week marked a milestone in bringing justice to women who regularly face sexism in the music industry—and, you know, the everyday world.
But for some on the internet, the trial's initial takeaway was the sketch that first emerged from the courtroom.
Indeed, the real artist behind the sketch was Jeff Kandyba, but some joked that it was likely instead Katheryn Hudson—the birth name of Swift's nemesis, Katy Perry.
Note that Mona Shafer Edwards took care to capture the red soles of Lindsay Lohan's Louboutins when the actress was led away in handcuffs in 2010, to await a hearing on whether she violated her probation (for drunken driving and cocaine possession) by failing a drug test.
And here Brady thought that late interception against the Colts in the AFC Championship Game was his biggest headache.Some, like the prolific Mona Shafer Edwards, have devoted their life to it: Originally a fashion illustrator, she gave up runways for courtrooms decades ago, and has portrayed everyone from Paris Hilton to Lindsay Lohan to Michael Jackson in their respective court appearances ever since.Indeed, back in the '80s, when Edwards was sketching Dolly Parton, the singer told her she was such a fan of her work in the bathroom that she asked to buy one, wrote a check, and then proceeded to use the stall.After all, to not have commemorated the moment Thicke pulled out a keyboard on the witness stand and sang a medley of U2's "With Or Without You," The Beatles' "Let It Be," Alphaville's "Forever Young," Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry" and Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" would have been a crime in and of itself.
Martha Stewart famously went on trial—and eventually went to prison—in 2004 for obstructing an investigation into her stock sales, but chief in the domestic goddess's mind throughout the process were also her portraits during the trial; she even courted sketch artists ahead of time, and got the to switch out its rendering where she thought she appeared bloated.
When Brady ended his two-year relationship with actress Bridget Moynahan a couple months ago, little did he know their association was apparently far from over.