Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
Something sounds a little off here…
Kylie Jenner recently caught some flack for a Snapchat where it appeared she was saying that she was "high as f*ck," but now the 17-year-old is denying it.
Taking to Twitter to explain herself, Kylie said:
Rosie O'Donnell just got some good news.
On Friday, a judge ordered that Rosie WON'T have to submit to random drug testing during her contentious custody battle with ex-wife, Michelle Rounds.
The presiding judge felt that Michelle's unfit parent claim was bogus and that the exes 50/50 custody agreement doesn't require any modifications at this time.
According to a source, Rounds is furious at the decision and she plans to refile her claim ASAP because she feels the kids aren't safe with Rosie.
Sheesh, what a mess!
Aside from the drug testing ruling, the judge admonished both parties for speaking out on the case to social media and he ordered the former couple to stop the public dramz immediately.
Hmm, we'll see if these ladies will listen!!
So, do YOU think Rosie should be drug tested?
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Maybe this is one Snapchat Kylie Jenner would like to take back!
On Thursday, the reality star took to her favorite social media app to share HIGHlarious videos and clips of herself and rumored BF Tyga flying to an undisclosed location. Now that might not be odd for the typical 17-year-old (ok, it is) — but one snap stood out amongst the others.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians celebrity shared:
Jackie Chan has some harsh thoughts on what the consequence should be for those who are convicted of drug offenses.
It's a bit surprising since his own son, Jaycee, was sentenced to jail for sheltering others to use drugs — mainly marijuana — in his home.
After being named the first celebrity anti-drug ambassador in Singapore, the 61-year-old talked about his personal thoughts on the punishment for the penalty.
Seeing as how Singapore and China have capital punishment for drug trafficking, it's safe to say Jackie agrees with the consequences already put in place.
"On some issues, I do support the death penalty. When you're hurting thousands and thousands of young children, I think these kind of people are useless. You should get the right punishment.
[Young people say marijuana] 'it's okay, it's just like a cigarette.' I say, 'It's not okay, not in my family.'"
The actor then went on to talk about how the drug charges against his son has made him change his views on his off-spring.
"I'm concentrating on him now. [It] used to be just, 'You are a grown man.' But now I've found out that he's still a boy."
Sounds like Singapore made the right call by asking Jackie to be their ambassador on this topic!
At least Jackie understands it's a problem and is willing to work on the issue with Jaycee.
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Seth Gilliam, known for his role as Reverend Gabriel Stokes on The Walking Dead, was arrested on Sunday in Peachtree City, GA.
The actor was in town for the hit AMC show, which is currently in the midst of shooting its sixth season.
According to officials, the 46-year-old was driving 107 mph in a 55-mph zone, and when they searched his car, officers found a marijuana cigarette.
He was then taken to the Fayette County Jail, where the thespian was charged with DUI, drug possession, and speeding.
The Wire star joined TWD last year during its fifth season where he plays a Georgian Episcopal priest who has isolated himself from the zombie-world in which the narrative is set.
Peachtree City is near Senoia, GA where the show is produced.
We just hope no one was hurt!
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Conrad Hilton can't seem to stop getting arrested…
Except this time he's locked up in his home instead of a jail cell. Paris Hilton's younger brother got busted blazing up and is now under house arrest!
Conrad was arrested earlier this year for going completely BONKERS for 10 hours on an international flight from London to El Lay, where he allegedly smoked weed in the bathroom before sending f-bombs flying at the passengers and crew.
When he got out on bond, he promised the judge he wouldn't use or possess any illegal drugs, but recently admitted to smoking marijuana after he failed a drug test.
Getting high is a pretty big deal when it blatantly violates your bond. But whatever. The bond only cost him