Diane Passage, the former stripper and still pole dancing wife of Ponzi-scheming accountant to the stars Kenneth Starr, tells Page Six that her husband's "health is not great at all." Starr is behind bars, because no one can/wants to bail him out: Apparently only one of his two brothers would agree to put up his house as a collateral for bond, while Passage claims, "My bank accounts have been frozen, so it is difficult. I'm talking with pay-per-view TV about a pole-dancing competition. I ran one last year and it will soon be screened on a Romanian sports network." She adds that private investigators working for Wesley Snipes—one of Starr's past clients—have been stalking her to gather info for Snipes to fight tax evasion charges.