More blood in the water, the sharks are circling, and things are looking even more dicey as far as the future of Paramount chief Brad Grey is concerned. The latest bite was contained in yesterday’s (3.24) N.Y. Times story linking Grey and indicted investigator and accused wiretapper Anthony Pellicano by David Halbfinger and Allison Hope Weiner. They reported that “the first direct evidence of eavesdropping” by the indicted investigator “has surfaced in newly filed court documents” that contain “excerpts of what prosecutors have described as Mr. Pellicano’s summaries of conversations he intercepted in 2001 between Vincent Zenga…and his lawyer, Gregory S. Dovel, during their contentious suit against the influential Hollywood executive Brad Grey, now head of Paramount Pictures.” Zenga and Dovel filed a suit last Thursday accusing Pellicano, Grey, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, attorney Bert Fields and Fields’ law firm, Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman Machtinger & Kinsella, of “invasion of privacy, disclosure of confidential information and illegal wiretapping.” Oh…and Keith Carradine is also now suing Pellicano.