It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
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Why are we not surprised by this?
Stanford Rapist Brock Turner is currently public enemy No. 1 after he was found guilty of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in January 2015, but if you thought his original sentence of six months was too light… prepare to get even more upset with the case.
That's because after it was reported that the 20-year-old will likely only serve three months of his punishment, new evidence has surfaced that shows he lied to courts about his hard-pAArtying history.
Apparently, the convicted felon initially painted himself as an "inexperienced drinker and party goer" to his probation officers while trying to blame his crime on Stanford's "college lifestyle."
But prosecutors on the case have issued a sentencing memo in regards to Brock's past, which not only proves that the swimmer was familiar with alcohol… he was also well-versed in drugs like ecstasy, acid, and marijuana:
This is so scary and real.
Scott Disick and Lamar Odom sit down together in this week's upcoming episode of KUWTK and have a heart-to-heart about the former NBA-er's recent near-death experience and recovery following a highly-publicized drug overdose.
Disick, of course, has struggled with his own addiction issues in the past — and while the two are usually fun, funny, and light-hearted in their KUWTK storylines, considering what each has gone through recently puts a decidedly different spin on their interaction.
Each man certainly has their demons and are both facing long roads ahead of them for various reasons, but in a way, it's at least comforting for them to be able to relate to each other on a serious level like this.
See more during a brand new episode of KUWTK this Sunday at 9:00 p.m. EST, only on E!
The Recovery Without Walls practice consultant remembered how he felt when he dialed 911, writing:
"Believe me, nothing can prepare a person to walk into such chaos and sadness. As I told the 911 dispatcher on April 21, those on the scene were distraught, which was why I was the one to place the call. But what happened has made me think, long and hard, about what steps we must take to prevent such entirely unnecessary loss of life."
His father, Dr. Howard Kornfeld, was scheduled to fly out to help the singer through his struggle with opioid addiction, but the hitmaker passed away the day before they were supposed to meet.
And while police are investigating the way in which the songsmith was able to obtain the fatal drugs that took his life, Andrew admitted that people who deal with chronic pain will do anything to "escape the agony," adding:
Well this is troubling news.
On Friday, it was reported that Scott Disick is currently facing some kidney trouble. Say it ain't so!
Apparently, the KUWTK star has been ill for sometime and his constant drinking is only making the situation worse. A source shared:
Demi Lovato doesn't have a filter.
So, it's no surprise the pop princess sat down with Refinery29 to discuss her past struggle with drugs, alcohol, addiction, and mental illness.
The brunette beauty opened up about how substance abuse affected her attitude, saying:
"Prior to getting sober, I was one of those people who was like, I don't give a f*ck, whatever. And I used that as an excuse to do whatever I wanted. I was a nightmare to work with."
The 23-year-old even went on to use some pretty harsh words to describe her old behavior, admitting she was:
Don't mess with Ruby Rose.
Over the weekend, the Orange Is the New Black star was kicked out of a New Orleans bar for allegedly throwing a tantrum where she threw french fries at the hot spot's staff. Yikes!
According to the Rebellion Bar and Urban Kitchen owner Seung Hong, Miz Rose was just "awful" as she "cursed out" his employees. He dished:
"She was having like a tantrum. She was awful. She was a horrible person."
That doesn't sound very promising for the 30-year-old. However, the Australian DJ has since defended her actions on Facebook as she noted:
Prince's untimely death from an apparent drug overdose has prompted officials in Minnesota to address the opiate prescription problem in the state.
According to TMZ, members of the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice met on Saturday and came to the conclusion that prescriptions for opiates are "out of control."
Board members called for stricter regulations and better supervision of doctors who give out painkiller prescriptions.
Although Prince was not mentioned by name, a member did acknowledge that his death had incited a closer look at the problem.
Some board members also concluded that doctors have been relying on opiate prescriptions instead of figuring out less dangerous ways to treat chronic pain conditions that won't result in death.
We'll keep you posted as more information on this reform becomes available.
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