Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Chad Johnson found himself in hot water after slapping his lawyer's butt in open court!
We previously mentioned that Chad was sentenced to 30 days behind bars because the booty slap led the judge to believe he wasn't taking any of his legal woes seriously.
So Judge McHugh took Chad down several pegs and threw his ass in the slammer.
There's nothing like giving a teammate a little tap on the tush to tell them they've done a good job!
But when Chad Johnson got a little too frisky with his lawyer in court, it ended up costing him BIG time!!
As we previously mentioned, the former footballer was in court yesterday following up on domestic violence arrest from last year, and apparently he was VERY close to striking up a plea deal that would have let him walk free. But that quickly changed when Chad decided to congratulate his lawyer on a job well done with a little pat on the booty!
Ch-ch-check out the spank heard ’round the world (above)!
Chad drew a light chuckle from the crowd with his actions, but his celebration may have come a little to soon as the judge was NOT laughing!
Not only did she scold him for not taking things seriously, but she ended up throwing out the plea deal and sentenced him to 30 days in jail! YIKES!!!
Like we said, a spanking is a great way to congratulate a fellow athlete, but unfortunately for Mr. Ochocinco he was in a courthouse and NOT a football field!
It looks like Chad Johnson will be wearing a new jersey soon, but not for a football team!
The former wide receiver was cuffed and sentenced to 30 days in prison today after he was arrested last month for his domestic violence case against his ex-wife Evelyn Lozada!
Chad was apparently VERY close to getting a little slap on the wrist and walking free, but that was all thrown out the window after he gave his male lawyer a pat on the behind!
An arrest warrant went out this month for Chad Johnson, stemming from a probation violation. The probation was set after his 2012 domestic violence arrest, where he headbutted his now ex-wife Evelyn Lozada.
He failed to report to his probation officer on TWO occasions (funny how he doesn't have time for that, but time for Twitter CONSTANTLY), AND he failed to show proof of enrollment in a domestic violence education class.
The judge has just determined Chad WAS in violation and ordered him to be arrested and jailed, and it's imminent that bail will be set.
Why is it so hard for some people to just follow the law?? Blows our minds! LOLz!
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Just when we were starting to forget about some of the horrible things Chad Johnson has done, we get pulled riiiiiiight back in!
Chad now has an arrest warrant out, stemming from his domestic violence conviction involving his now ex-wife Evelyn Lozada! Apparently he has failed to report to his probation officer, which is like, rule #1 when you're on probation! DUH!
We were THRILLED when Jason Collins became the first openly gay and active athlete on a major American sports team — it was such a powerful moment for both Jason and the LGBT community, and the outpouring of support has been astounding!
“I have known Jason Collins since he was Chelsea’s classmate and friend at Stanford. Jason’s announcement today is an important moment for professional sports and in the history of the LGBT community. It is also the straightforward statement of a good man who wants no more than what so many of us seek: to be able to be who we are; to do our work; to build families and to contribute to our communities. For so many members of the LGBT community, these simple goals remain elusive. I hope that everyone, particularly Jason’s colleagues in the NBA, the media and his many fans extend to him their support and the respect he has earned.”
Uh, that's right — a former President is giving you props for being yourself! Amazeballz!
Here are some other people giving Jason verbal high-fives for being a brave pioneer for himself and the LGBT community in professional sports: