What goes on in Vegas most certainly will NOT stay in Vegas here!
Watch it go down (below)!!!
Would we expect anything less?!
As the number of women accusing former FOX News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment and sexual abuse continues to climb (that number is up to more than two dozen right now, FYI), Donald Trump has swooped in to defend the scandalous TV news exec.
Speaking to Meet The Press in an interview that aired on Sunday morning, Trump told host Chuck Todd about Ailes and the sexual harassment scandal, saying of the TV exec:
Proof is in the
In his lawsuit, Fulks says several visual elements from Lemonade were stolen from his film, including images of "graffiti and persons with heads down," "red persons with eyes obscured," "parking garage," "black and white eyes," "the grass scene," and "side-lit ominous figures."
Well Queen B is calling BS!
According to legal docs, the Crazy In Love singer says both projects have completely different narratives.
While Lemonade tells the story of "an African-American woman who progresses through stages of suspicion, denial, anger and, ultimately, reconciliation in her relationship," Palinoia is about a "white man who is distressed in the wake of a failed relationship."
Lemonade is sweet, but it could also be VERY sour!
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Don McLean is owning up to his atrocious actions.
On Thursday, the American Pie singer pleaded guilty to domestic violence against his now-estranged wife, Patrisha. The musician was arrested back in January, after he got violent during altercation at their home.
At the time, the singer's former flame described the scary attack, saying her husband grabbed her head and "squeezed as though my head were in a vice."
But, after all that, the artist won't face any jail time. Instead, Don's lawyer explains he'll be slapped with a $3,000 fine as long as he behaves himself for a year.
In March, the Maine resident's wife filed for divorce after 30 years of marriage, citing "adultery, cruel and abusive treatment, and irreconcilable differences."
Do U think justice has been served, Perezcious readers?
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Wow, we're so disgusted by Young Buck's recent behavior.
On Thursday, the rapper was arrested for threatening to light his ex-girlfriend's house on FIRE. According to TMZ, the celeb even went as far to show up at her house so he could scare her further by kicking down her door.
Luckily for the ex, Buck didn't physically harm her or her property, and he ultimately left without incident.
Following the scary ordeal, police arrested the 35-year-old and held him in custody for few hours. The father was then released on $5K bond.
To make matters worse, Y.B. is already in trouble with the law for using fake urine to pass a drug test in addition to illegal firearm possession. Since the Nashville native is already on federal probation, this latest incident could cost him his freedom.
We'll keep you updated as this case progresses.
[Image via Davidson County Sheriff's Office.]