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3 Things You Don't Know About Judge Judy

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Judge Judy: 3 Things You Don't Know About the Daytime Star

Originally posted 09/05/2013 01:15PM

Think you know all there is about Judge Judy, 70, whose real name is Judith Sheindlin?

Well, permission to approach the bench and learn three new facts about her – the 12-time grandmother, who flies to work on a private jet:

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Judge Judy Welcomes 12th Grandchild

Judge Judy Becomes a Grandma for 12th Time

Originally posted 11/29/2012 11:00AM

It's grandbaby no. 12 for Judge Judy, and the famously tough TV star has some words of wisdom – as always.

"Welcoming this beautiful little girl is a treat, but whoever said it's cheaper by the dozen ... hasn't had a dozen grandchildren," Judy Sheindlin told the New York Post Thursday.

Sheindlin's son Gregory Sheindlin, a lawyer, and his wife Laurie Sheindlin, a video producer, are now the parents of their first child, Daniella Grace Pila Sheindlin.

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Judge Judy Goes to Hospital to 'Chill'

UpdatePosted 03/31/2011 06:20AM

Judge Judy Goes to Hospital to 'Chill'

Originally posted 03/30/2011 06:20PM

It looked scary at first, with an ambulance ride and an admission to the hospital, but Judge Judy says that she only "needed a day to chill."

Judith Sheindlin, 68, went to L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday after complaining of intestinal discomfort, TMZ reports.

"I'm really fine," she tells the Web site. "I wanted to go back to work this afternoon. I'm exhausted. I'm tired. A lot of things just zoned together, including the bad news of the world. At my age, I know my body. My body is fine."
Dahvi Shira


Judge Judy Hits Boardwalk

Originally posted 01/12/1999 12:00AM

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