There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
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If you need a little refresher on the Kevin-Madonna feud that started in 1991 when Madge was filming her Truth or Dare documentary — basically the actor called Her Madgesty's show "neat" and that totally offended her!
This prompted the singer to stick her finger down her throat and make fun of Kevin's reaction to her show.
Well, decades after that whole drama went down, Kevin revealed that the Living for Love singer apologized in the most surprising way ever!
The 60-year-old star talked to Jenny Hutt on her SiriusXM show on Thursday and recalled how the apology caught him off guard:
Kevin Costner is so cool he's wearing shades on the red carpet!!
The Black or White actor and his fab wife Christine Baumgartner had all eyes on them at the SAG Awards in El Lay today!
Well, mostly Christine! But it was hard not to stare at her neon floor-sweeping frock and bold red clutch!
Though Kevin did attempt to give her a run for her money in a classic black and white tux and a sleek 'do.
They're both so sleek!!
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Kevin Costner has been in over 50 films, and has won more awards than we can even handle, but luckily Dan Dotson was there to handle it!
That's right, the celeb auctioneer rattled off every single epic moment of Mr. Costner's phenomenal career at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards.
No wonder he was getting the Lifetime Achievement Award!
Oh, and Rene Russo was on-hand to tell the world what a good kisser the actor is too!
But unfortunately, it all got a little weird.
You're going to have to watch (above) to see what we mean!
If you build it, they will come!
St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is taking a page out of Kevin Costner's book and building a field of dreams!
Only, in Kroenke's case, the field is a football stadium in the middle of Inglewood, California — not a corn field.
Kroenke and his partners Stockbridge Capital Group are planning to build a stadium, along with a 6,000-seat performance venue on the former site of the Hollywood Park racetrack, next to the Forum. That's convenient since Stockbridge owns the property, and Kroenke bought 60-acres next to it.
They've projected that the 80,000-seat stadium will open by 2018, and are already seeking signatures to get it on the Inglewood municipal ballot in 2015.
So, what does Inglewood mayor James T. Butts Jr. think of this? He said: