Luckily, no one was injured, but no suspects have been arrested either.
Stay safe, everyone!
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The truth will set you free, Lance Armstrong!
On Wednesday, Lance pled guilty to charges stemming from a December incident in Aspen — essentially, the cyclist crashed into two parked cars, a mistake he tried to pawn off on his girlfriend.
Pretty heinous, right?
It's time to pay up, Lance Armstrong!
In a recent ruling, Lance was ordered to pay 10 MILLION DOLLARS (the largest sanction against an individual in American judicial history) to SCA Promotions, a Dallas sports company that paid him hefty bonuses for each Tour De France win.
Essentially, when Armstrong lied under oath in 2005 about taking performance enhancing drugs, the sports company took his word and never went after the shamed sports legend… until NOW.
The arbitration panel in Texas that made the decision for Lance to pay back the money said:
Rosie O'Donnell had some pretty cutting remarks for Brian Williams over the weekend.
The future former host of The View really knows how to kick a guy when he's down!
Preliminary ratings show that Williams' lying scandal has cost NBC Nightly News; viewership in the 25-54 age range dropped an alarming 36 percent Friday night!
But that didn't stop Rosie from keeping the newsman on blast. Actually, she burned herself pretty well while she was at it!
While presenting an award at the Athena Film Festival in New York on Saturday, Rosie reportedly pointed at a woman in the audience and joked:
Apparently back in December, the 29th to be exact, Lance and his girlfriend Anna Hansen were involved in a car accident after leaving a party at the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, Colorado.
After his vehicle was identified in the accident, Anna reportedly told the police officers she was driving and took the fall for the crash.
According to the police report, Anna said she lost control of the car and hit two parked vehicles. She then returned to the scene of the crime and told the victims she would pay for all of the damages.
Well, we're not sure if Lance Armstrong has quite learned his lesson.
In his first sit down interview since he talked with Oprah in 2013 about his doping scandal, Lance totally admitted that he'd probably cheat again if he were magically transported back to 1995, and given the chance to do it all over.
The cyclist had previously won seven Tour de France titles, only to have them all stripped from him after his doping offenses became public.
He is also banned from the world of professional cycling.
Here's what the once proud cyclist had to say on whether or not he'd cheat again to BBC Sport:
So… this happened.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong was sitting around playing Cards Against Humanity the other night when he drew a pretty coincidental card about himself!
We all know 2 things:
1. Lance’s scrotum has been single-occupancy since having to have a testicle removed following a cancer scare in the mid-90s.
2. Cards Against Humanity isn't the classiest game (and that's what makes it amazing).
Which is why him pulling out the card that said, “Lance Armstrong’s missing testicle,” is so HIGHlarious!
Looks like the whole gang is going down!
Even though the four-day hearing happened last December, the verdict wasn’t handed down until Tuesday, when they also gave the team trainer Jose "Pepe" Marti and doctor Pedro Celaya eight-year bans for the drugs.
As for Bruyneel, he knows his goose was cooked, and only added: