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Supersonic Media
Internet:
ivysupersonic@nyc.rr.com

Company Information :
Supersonic Media

New York, NY 10003
USA
Ph. 347 768 0883

Media Contacts:
SuperSonic Media
Ivy SuperSonic
347-768-0883
ivysupersonic@nyc.rr.com
www.JesusGalleryNewYork.com

PHOTO AVAILABLE: Supersonic Powers Up For Battle: Everyone's Robbing Her

With all the twists and turns of a real-life soap opera, and with characters reminiscent of a mainstream Sunday comic strip, eclectic designer Ivy Supersonic - known in the entertainment industry circle for her signature hats - finds herself embroiled in in-justice: cartoons, characters and cads.

For Immediate Release

NEW YORK/EWORLDWIRE/Nov. 30, 2006 --- From the northeast to the southeast to the west, characters and cads have sent Ivy Supersonic into a frenzy and those in her way would do well to get out of her way:

- German-native designer Kay Witte of Brainpool Designs and XODesignGroup. After arranging to share her Miami home with him, Witte started moving her out of her own home and commandeering her belongings, including her pink truck and Prada, for his own personal use. Following what what was termed by police as an extended joy-ride in Supersonic's bubble-gum pink cartoon truck, Witte appears to have left a package of lightbulbs along with receipt in the truck. Supersonic visited the Florida Home Depot where she met with security officials who may have tapes of Witte making the purchase. Receipt for the purchase of the lightbulbs found in the truck are currently in the possession of Florida authorities under an ongoing investigation (Miami Beach Case #200642287 and #200642683).

Law enforcement officials notified, Supersonic sought to share a message with Witte. "Next time you see lights, it will be the police coming to take you away," said Supersonic. "Brilliant as he might be, he's not Einstein - to have left the receipt and the box with his prints on it."

On Howard Stern on Monday morning, Supersonic said, "That guy [Witte] is going to have to change his name, buy a new face and go into hiding." The audio clip is available at Supersonic's site, www.ivysupersonic.com.

"I am a child of God - God did his work in seven days. I work in eight."

- With FOX. Supersonic has become synonymous with Sqrat - or as Fox has been trying to out-fox(scrat that - out-squirrel) her - Scrat. See Supersonic's site at www.scrat.com and 'http://sqratattack.blogspot.com/'.

Supersonic says Rupert Murdoch has been benefitting from the publicity services she's launched to draw attention to her issue - and since her retainer runs at $10,000 a month, he's racked up at $120,000 bill over the course of the last year's campaign.

A multi-year legal battle over the trademark and copyright ownership of the squirrel/rat character incorporated into the Ice Age movie took its most recent turn when its follow-up DVD, Ice Age 2, was dropped last week. Since undertaking her campaign to extract the share of the profits Supersonic claims she's owed, she has launched a full-fledged publicity campaign that included tattooing her body, making the media circuit and staging personal protests outside the News Corp building and the home of Fox multi-billion dollar conglomerate owner Murdoch. This week's New York area Autotrader cover shares space with Supersonic's infamous Hummer - which during its short life in Supersonic's possession transported her to the Murdoch facilities while plastered with Supersonic "Murdoch, Pay Up" billboards. Details and photos are available at 'http://ivysupersonic.com/gallery/'.

- With pilots-for-hire, Justin and Joel Jaye of California. After contracting to fly for her, the duo disavowed the contract and kept the payment. The two failed to make two confirmed appearances at court television shows, one of which was People's Court produced by Philip Vendervort who loved the case, who has worked for the Judge for 20 years and says the show is real, not fixed. "These are two men who robbed me - told me I signed a contract - two men with a cell phone and call it a business and live in an airplane hanger," said Supersonic. "What I'm going to do to them is something they've never had done to them before."

To view detailed photos and graphics related to these stories, click the links on Ivy's home page at www.ivysupersonic.com. Ivy can be reached at ivsupersonic@earthlink.net or at 212.780.3329.

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CONTACT:
Ivy Silberstein
Supersonic Media
PHONE. 212-780-0582

KEYWORDS: Supersonic, Howard Stern, hat, fashion, entertainment, celebrity, theft, design, flight, aviation, Murdoch, Fox

SOURCE: Supersonic Media

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