Martha Stewart's sale of ImClone Systems ( IMCL) stock was again under scrutiny Tuesday after a brokerage assistant reportedly offered a version of the December events that differs from hers. An assistant to Stewart's Merrill Lynch ( MER) broker now says the famous style maven unloaded her shares after he advised her that family members of ImClone founder Sam Waksal were doing the same, according to The Wall Street Journal. Stewart, the head of Martha Stewart Omnimedia ( MSO), is being investigated by the federal government for possibly using inside information to bail out of the biotech shortly before a negative FDA ruling was made public. The scandal has led to an indictment against Waksal, who allegedly tipped family members about the ruling. The account by the assistant, Douglas Faneuil, conflicts with Stewart's claim that she had a standing order to sell ImClone if it fell below $60 and exited the stock according to that strategy.