Jackie Chan's son, Jaycee Chan, is not getting off the hook this time.
The actor's son was charged with sheltering others to use drugs (marijuana) on Monday, an offense that could earn him up to three years in jail.
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Officials in Beijing, where Chan was arrested, are cracking down on drug use in the city, so we wouldn't be surprised if Jaycee receives the maximum sentence.
Poor Iggy Azalea can't catch a break!
The rapper, who is in the midst of a MAJOR feud with Azealia Banks and is the latest alleged victim of a hacker group, is now fighting Hefe Wine's attempt to force her back to Texas.
For y'all who don't remember, Hefe is the performer's ex — the same ex who claims he's common-law married to her!
Oh, and not to mention the Black Widow singer is suing Wine for reportedly illegally copying data (including unreleased music) from her laptop.
[ Hacker Group Anonymous Threatens To Release Iggy's Sex Tape Unless She Apologizes To Azealia! ]
Another accuser has claimed that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her, and she happens to be a former girlfriend of Sammy Davis Jr.
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Katherine McKee alleges Bill raped her in the early 1970s while she was on tour with Davis:
"Back then, I was Sammy's road wife. He had an open marriage, and we were lovers. That's how it went."
Katherine asserts Bill had invited her to a boat party, but first asked her to grab him some ribs before picking up him up at his hotel:
"He was a buddy. He knew I was Sammy's girl."
She alleges the sexual assault took place as soon as she arrived:
This is heartbreaking.
NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos is one of the men who was murdered on Saturday in Brooklyn, and he sadly left behind his 13-year-old son Jaden Ramos.
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Following the horrible shooting, Jaden posted a message to his Facebook, saying:
Thus far it appears that Sony has completely given in to the demands of their hackers.
Not only has The Interview been pulled from release in theaters, on demand, and on home video, but they've even deleted all social media connected to the film.
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But all hope is apparently not lost for the Seth Rogen satire.
Sony attorney David Boies appeared on Meet The Press on Sunday to discuss the controversy, and he made a bold statement –
The Interview IS still coming. He said:
They've got some ‘splaining to do!
A fifth class-action lawsuit has been brought against Sony Studios, after they failed to protect the personal information of their current and former employees. This suit is being filed by Jane Doe, who is using that name to prevent further intrusion into her personal life. She claims her information has been published online twice.
The suit states