Will Jenny Slate’s SNL ‘F-Bomb’ invite the wrath of the FCC?

Posted September 27, 2009 by jh staff
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New cast member of Saturday Night Live, Jenny Slate made quite an impression during her first sketch on the long running show.

She dropped a very understandable F-Bomb.

It has made Slate an Internet star, but will the Federal Communications Commission rain on her premiere parade?



Couple’s crime boast on ‘Dr. Phil’ leads to bust

Posted September 20, 2009 by jh staff
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Syndicated television psychologist Dr. Phil McGraw may inadvertently be assisting federal prosecutors.

McGraw had a San Marcos, California couple on as guests, and the relaxed atmosphere of the show, along with the good doctor’s beguiling manner, had his guests announcing on national TV that they’d been fencing stolen property.

Thanks to some boasting by 34-year-old Matthew Eaton and his 26-year-old wife Laura on an episode of “Dr. Phil,” it was revealed that the couple procured a cool $100,000 by stealing toys and selling them on eBay. Excerpt – for more CLICK HERE

Police arrest suspect in Lindsay Lohan break-in

Posted September 17, 2009 by jh staff
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Police have arrested a man suspected of breaking into the homes of two Hollywood stars, Lindsay Lohan and Audrina Patridge.


Rihanna Photo Investigation Places Two Cops on Suspension

Posted September 12, 2009 by jh staff
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rihanna1(3).gifTwo LAPD officers have been placed on a forced leave due to an internal investigation into how a photograph of then beaten and battered pop singer Rihanna was leaked to the TMZ Web site.

The photos of Rihanna are from her February 8th incident with former boyfriend Chris Brown.

The two officers, nine-year veteran Rebecca Reyes and rookie Blanca Lopez, have not had any charges filed against them.


‘Vampire Diaries’ stars arrested for allegedly flashing traffic

Posted September 11, 2009 by jh staff
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ff37e68892dbdbee_vampire-diaries-promo-poster-1.jpgDrivers in Forsyth, Georgia were probably distracted as they drove past the intersection near the Rumble Road Bridge, as some attractive young female actresses from a hot new television show posed for pictures.

Four of the stars of the CW’s new series, “The Vampire Diaries” were arrested for purportedly flashing motorists from a bridge.


Missing bride-to-be Annie Le wrote article on campus safety

Posted September 11, 2009 by jh staff
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(AP Photo/ Courtesy of Yale University)

Annie Le, the Yale University graduate student who vanished only days before her scheduled wedding wrote an article in the magazine of the medical school.

Le’s article was a cover story titled, “Crime and Safety in New Haven.” It dealt with the subject of how students could be safe on campus.

“Despite safety measures such as door-to-door escort and shuttle services, the Yale community is still plagued with thefts, some involving frightening confrontations,” Le wrote in the magazine piece.

Le interviewed Yale’s chief of police, James Perrotti, who offered advice…


Critical time gap may be key to Michael Jackson homicide case

Posted August 28, 2009 by jh staff
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A critical 81 minute gap between when police indicate that Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, found the singer not breathing and when the doctor called 911 may be a key part of a criminal prosecution for the singer’s death.

According to the LAPD, Murray found Jackson totally unconscious, but then called his office and remained on the phone call for a half-hour.

The timeline in a police affadavit does not bode well for the physician.

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