Articles Posted in the " Celebrities " Category


  • Donald Trump Like Bill Cosby: 12 Accusers and Counting

    Donald Trump Like Bill Cosby: 12 Accusers and Counting

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    Donald Trump Like Bill Cosby: 12 Accusers and Counting

    1. Jessica Leeds, Kristen Anderson, Jill Harth, Tasha Dixon, Temple Taggart McDowell, Karena Virginia, Mindy McGillivray, Rachel Crooks, Natasha Stoynoff, Ninni Laaksonen, Summer Zervos… and some!!

    The allegations against Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual behavior had quieted down, but another woman spoke up Thursday — and on Saturday, one more woman came forward. The latest accuser, Jessica Drake, held a press conference with attorney Gloria Allred, in which the adult film actress alleged that Trump kissed her without permission at golf tournament 10 years ago in Tahoe, Calif.


  • Prince’s Paisley Park Estate Turned Museum is Open to the Public

    Prince’s Paisley Park Estate Turned Museum is Open to the Public

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    Prince’s Paisley Park Estate Turned Museum is Open to the Public

    Prince’s Paisley Park estate has been transformed into a museum, and it has officially opened its gates on Friday, Oct. 28.

    The Minnesota exhibit will permanently be opened for public tours throughout the late musician’s luxurious  home. The tours will allow visitors to view artifacts from Prince’s personal archives including his concert wardrobe, musical instruments, artwork, and rare video recordings.

    “Fans will have the unprecedented opportunity to experience first-hand what it was like for Prince to create, produce and perform inside this private sanctuary and remarkable production complex,” an official statement from the Paisley Park website read.



  • Jerry Sandusky Whistleblower Awarded $7 Million For Penn State Firing Him in Retaliation

    Jerry Sandusky Whistleblower Awarded $7 Million For Penn State Firing Him in Retaliation

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    Jerry Sandusky Whistleblower Awarded $7 Million For Penn State Firing Him in Retaliation

    Former Penn State University Assistant Football Coach Mike McQueary has been awarded $7 million in damages by a jury over allegations that the school fired him in retaliation for implicating Jerry Sandusky in his child-molestation scandal. The $7.3 million is in both compensatory and punitive damages. McQueary claimed a loss of reputation, in addition to his dismissal from his salaried coaching position for his role as a whistleblower. He sought upwards of $8 million total in damages. McQueary had been working for eight years as a coach for wide receivers under Joe Paterno when he told investigators in 2011 that he had seen Sandusky having sex with young boys in Penn State’s locker-room showers. In interviews with detectives, he also implicated several other department officials and alleged a cover up. Sandusky remains in prison, following his 2012 conviction on charges that he molested 10 boys.


  • Former Black CNN Producer Sues for Them for Racial and Religious Discrimination

    Former Black CNN Producer Sues for Them for Racial and Religious Discrimination

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    Former Black CNN Producer Sues for Them for Racial and Religious Discrimination

    A black Christian associate producer who was fired from CNN is suing his former employer, accusing them of racial and religious discrimination. 

    Omar Butcher, an African American, says he was targeted after complaining about colleagues using ‘profane language’ such as ‘Jesus Christ’ and ‘God damn’.

    He claims he was fired a day after he emailed anchor Ashleigh Banfield, expressing concerns after she asked in an on-air segment whether society had ‘lost a generation’ due to violence in the African-American community.



  • Oprah Faces Lawsuit Over Stealing Show Idea “Iyanla: Fix My Life”?

    Oprah Faces Lawsuit Over Stealing Show Idea “Iyanla: Fix My Life”?

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    Oprah Faces Lawsuit Over Stealing Show Idea “Iyanla: Fix My Life” ?

    Oprah Winfrey is facing a lawsuit over “Iyanla: Fix My Life.”

    A Mississippi woman is claiming that the OWN show featuring life coach Iyanla Vazant is a “carbon copy” of her own work, a proposed show called “The Agency,” and is seeking unspecified damages.

    “The two television shows are virtually identical,” Otisa C. Strickland wrote in papers filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. “Both shows involve a counselor that travels all over the United States to people’s homes [sic] to counsel them about their problems.”