Website wants Camille Grammer’s husband David C. Meyer disbarred
Richard Johnson

Website wants Camille Grammer’s husband David C. Meyer disbarred

The honeymoon may be over soon for David C. Meyer and Camille Grammer if a new website succeeds in its aim.

Handsome lawyer Meyer married Grammer, a “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star and Kelsey Grammer’s ex, last fall in Hawaii, but their wedded kicks might be short-lived.

IMetDavidMeyer.com says it’s “for the victims of David Meyer” and aims at getting the lawyer disbarred considering he represented Troy Stratos, a con man doing 22 years in federal prison without unchaste victims out of $43 million.

Money manager Tim Burns is one of the so-called victims overdue the site, and he filed a complaint versus Meyer with the California Bar last week, in which he accused Meyer of participating in a scheme to defraud him and his clients. Burns told me, “If it wasn’t for Meyer, none of this would have happened. He basically ruined my life.”

In 2011, Burns sent Stratos $11.25 million in a failed bid for Facebook stock. Burns was sentenced to prison sentence for fraud, without he dipped into clients’ money to imbricate his losses from Stratos’ scam.

At printing time, Meyer could not be reached for comment.