Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
This is incredible!!
The July issue of Marie Claire Mexico focuses on Ivanka Trump, putting her on their cover (above) and getting right down to the very heart of things with a pointed request about her father, Donald Trump.
The issue contains open letters from musician Ely Guerra and journalist Dolia Estevez, but it's the letter from the editor, Daniela Von Wobeser, that really steals the show.
Coupled with the magazine cover asking Ivanka, "How long will you defend your father?", Von Wobeser's letter cuts right down to it with some very specific questions.
Read the entire thing below:
Like father, like daughter!
The businesswoman is being sued by Aquazurra for copying their "Wild Thing" tasseled sandal down to even minor details. However, it should be noted that fashion designs are not protected by copyright law, which makes it easy for knockoffs to go without being challenged in the marketplace.
That's probably why Ivanka & Co. weren't too worried when they totally copied the Aquazurra shoe!
Note the similarities between Ivanka's "Hettie" sandal on the left and the "Wild Thing" shoe on the right (below):
Is it just us or is the Trump family just ridiculous?
On Monday, Ivanka Trump took to Instagram to flaunt her golfing skills in order to promote the 2017 US Women's Open that's being held at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. While that isn't necessarily a big deal, what caught our eye is that Miz Trump was golfing in high heels.
SERIOUSLY? No one casually plays a round in stilettos.
The mother of three posted:
Ivanka Trump's ex-boyfriend Bingo Gubelmann (left) and Maroon 5's bassist Mickey Madden (right) have both taken plea deals after being busted for possession of cocaine in NYC back in January.
A little background: Ivanka and Gubelmann reportedly split in 2005 after a nearly four-year relationship. Madden has been a member of the Adam Levine-fronted band since 1994.
Anyway, authorities reportedly caught Madden passing a vial of cocaine to Bingo outside of St. Dymphna's bar at around 1:30 p.m. on January 21st. They were both arrested, charged with possession of a controlled substance, and quietly issued desk appearance tickets that morning.
According to New York Daily News, the 37-year-old musician's lawyer Joe Tacopina placed blame on Bingo saying:
"(Madden) was purely innocent. He didn't possess any narcotics. The individual he was with did but he didn't."
Adding that his client's case will be expunged and cleared from the record in six months:
And baby makes five!
For the new pic (above), the mother of three wrote:
Donald Trump is busy running one of the most ridiculous right wing campaigns of all time — yet still somehow has the time to compulsively tweet every thought that comes into his head.
But even though the presidential hopeful takes the time to compose every single one of his Twitter gems, he's doesn't always have time to send them!
During a town hall on CNN with Anderson Cooper on Tuesday night, the GOP frontrunner said that during his busy hours, he will "just shout" out what he's thinking to one of his secretaries.
Well this is embarrassing!!
Donald Trump may cruise to a victory in New York's Republican primary next Tuesday, but it will have to be without at least two votes he should have gotten, because son Eric and daughter Ivanka will NOT be voting for him!
The Donald's kids, who would've loved to have supporter their father, we're sure, didn't register to vote in time for the election. Oops!!!
In a segment on FOX News Monday morning, the real estate mogul revealed his two children would have had to have registered last year in order to vote in the closed primary next Tuesday, saying: