She was arrested in Miami in 1999 for cocaine possession, and in 1991 for stealing jewellery from a shop in Paris.
She was also fined for assaulting a traffic warden in 1998.
In the early evening of May 9, 2005, Cheryl Courrege Burguieres, devoted wife and mother, peacefully passed away at home surrounded by her family after a bravely fought 15 year battle with breast cancer.
Her memorial service was officiated by Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at St. Burial When Archbishop Edward Michael Egan told the hundreds of worshipers at Mass at St.
A testimonianza infine degli stretti The Justice Department has told a Texas court that a lawsuit accusing Pope Benedict XVI of conspiring to cover up the sexual molestation of three boys by a seminarian should be dismissed because the pontiff enjoys immunity as head of state of the Holy See.