In the aftermath of Benazir Bhutto's untimely demise, several strange articles about her life and legacy have appeared. The most bizarre is the one written by her apparent confidante, TV journalist Daphne Barak (shown at left with Bhutto) in Britain's Daily Mail newspaper. The piece, which was ostensibly meant as a way to show the "real" or "private" Bhutto, ends up painting her as a tiger-owning, fad-diet loving, Victoria's Secret-clad gal who sort of dabbled in international politics on the side. "I helped her with her hair, too," Daphne writes. "My hairdresser, Diego, who works for the Regency Hotel in New York, would style her hair when she came to some of my parties. When she was in exile, I introduced her to influential people and she wanted to look her best."