Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Platinum blonde twins!
With her asymmetrical red dress and suede boots, both by Versace, she also reminded us of a futuristic cheerleader or something.
Is this a good look for her or are you cringing???
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ICYMI: Two & A Half Men alum Jenny McCarthy called out her former co-star Charlie Sheen for not being more transparent with his HIV-Positive diagnosis. Sheen's manager Mark Burg responded to her claim by saying that his client was infected "long after he worked with Jenny."
The two worked together periodically from 2007-2011 while Miz McCarthy played Sheen's love interest, Courtney. Sheen says he was diagnosed in 2011. Hmm.
Donnie Wahlberg's wife thinks there's more to it than that. The mother-of-one believes there is a double standard in Hollywood when it comes to disclosing health conditions.
She fired back on Twitter on Thursday saying:
Well this is awkward.
As we previously reported, the blonde beauty took to her SiriusXM radio show on Wednesday and called out her former TV lover for not being more transparent with his diagnosis. Ouch!
However, the Red Dawn heartthrob didn't take Donnie Wahlberg's wife's shade lightly and quickly responded to her comments with a statement of his own.
Sheen's manager Mark Burg, noted:
On Wednesday, Jenny spoke out on the recent revelation that her former costar is HIV positive. Needless to say, the actress had A LOT of thoughts on the scandal.
"I have sympathy for him because he's sick and it's awful, but man he's going to have to take major accountability for many people in his life."
The "accountability" Jenny talks about hints at allegations that Sheen wasn't more honest about his diagnosis, especially with his sexual partners. The blonde even went on to argue that if actors have to disclose STDS like herpes when signing on for a role, then it's a no brainer that HIV diagnoses should also be brought up.
The mom of one explained:
"If I have to be upfront about a herpe how could you not be upfront about HIV? Being on Two and a Half Men myself and being on the show and playing a love interest you would think there would be some type of—I don't want to say—criminal issue but I don't even know how to feel about that. That could've been some valuable information."
Seems like a fair point! No one deserves to be unknowingly exposed to HIV!
Who knows, maybe this scandal with Charlie will change health standards in Hollywood!
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Wow. It's hard to believe it's been 14 years since that fateful day in New York City.
Although many hardworking men, women, and children tragically passed too soon, we still celebrate their lives every year — and we're not alone.
Many of Hollywood's biggest stars have taken to social media, posting touching tributes in remembrance of September 11, 2001.