This C-List actor from a cable thriller recently got a tattoo in a very private area of his body.
What did he get? A Lady GaGa tattoo!
WHO do U think it is?!
What wife of a famous actor checked into a mental ward of an Austin hospital over the weekend because she caught her husband cheating and tried to kill herself???
This is all so strange!
Last month, we reported on a blind item regarding a lawsuit filed by an anonymous plaintiff, who claimed that an-also unnamed "A-list celebrity of substantial fame internationally" knowingly gave them herpes.
Well, according to Keith Davidson, the lawyer for the aforementioned plaintiff, they've been negotiating with the celeb since before the suit was even filed, and the case was settled for last week for $5 million!
Geesh! Must have been pretty serious if they got paid off that much!
We wonder who it was?!
What HBO star is going to be coming out of the closet soon????
What famous TV personality plans to come out next with the help of public relations guru Howard Bragman? Howard has a long standing reputation of helping dozens of other celebs announced their sexual preference and major media blitz is already in the works starting in just a few short days.
Which "A-list celebrity of substantial fame internationally" is currently facing a $20 million lawsuit from an unnamed plaintiff who "entered into a nefarious plot designed to lure Plaintiff into his luxurious hotel room to serve his prurient desires" and then ultimately ended up contracting herpes?!
According to the legal documents filed by attorney Keith Davison, the mysterious celebrity told the plaintiff he had "no venereal diseases," and then the two watched porn and engaged in "mutual oral copulation, mutual self-gratification, rubbing and massaging each other, play-wrestling, licking and (unprotected) intercourse." Apparently, all of this took place while being videotaped, too!
The suit claims that the celebrity knew all along that he had herpes, and the plaintiff - who is never identified as male or female - is suing for sexual battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and fraud (concealment and misrepresentation).
Well, shiz. Any guesses?!