And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
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Big pharma. Little brain.
Martin Shkreli has been public enemy No. 1 for about a year now, but we didn't think it was possible for him to sink any lower than when he criminally raised the price of AIDS drug, Daraprim.
However, he proved us wrong on Monday by attempting to troll the Internet's favorite comedian — Patton Oswalt.
It all started at around 3 p.m. EST on Labor Day when the comedian began making fun of the trending hashtag, #TrumpCantSwim, saying:
We may soon learn A LOT more about Michael Jackson's troubled childhood.
On Sunday, it was revealed that the Thriller singer's former doctor Conrad Murray is penning a tell all about the late icon, titled This Is It. Oh, how "original."
According to Murray, Michael confided in him that when he was 13-years-old he took hormone injections in order to delay puberty and maintain his high range. Whoa.
In case you forgot, Conrad is the same physician who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter over the King of Pop's passing. As he served two years of his four year sentence, we have a feeling Murray has no qualms with breaking the sacred doctor/patient confidentiality agreement.
Anywho, we digress. Reportedly, MJ told Conrad he began taking injections as a youth right before the start of his solo career in 1972. The scandalized doctor dished to The Mirror:
We're just glad he's okay now.
On Monday, we learned that Lil Wayne had another scary seizure last week… only minutes before he was set to perform in Las Vegas.
Last Wednesday, the rapper was about to take the stage at Sin City's TAO nightclub for the kickoff party for UFC 200. However, the songsmith had to cancel his set because of the epileptic attack.
However, it seems the former Disney darling has since learned to embrace her pimples. In fact, Miz Thorne has even come to think of her acne as "beautiful." Huh.
Still, the 18-year-old hasn't always had such a cordial relationship with her zits as she's previously tried the anti acne drug Accutane in the hopes of completely getting rid of her blemishes. The Duff actress explained:
Prince's untimely death from an apparent drug overdose has prompted officials in Minnesota to address the opiate prescription problem in the state.
According to TMZ, members of the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice met on Saturday and came to the conclusion that prescriptions for opiates are "out of control."
Board members called for stricter regulations and better supervision of doctors who give out painkiller prescriptions.
Although Prince was not mentioned by name, a member did acknowledge that his death had incited a closer look at the problem.
Some board members also concluded that doctors have been relying on opiate prescriptions instead of figuring out less dangerous ways to treat chronic pain conditions that won't result in death.
We'll keep you posted as more information on this reform becomes available.
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A week after Prince's unexpected death, authorities are one step closer to figuring out how the music legend died.
On Thursday, law enforcement told the Associated Press that they are investigating the possibility that the Purple Rain artist suffered an overdose.
As we reported, sources close to the 57-year-old said the musician was prescribed Percocet in 2009 and slowly became addicted.
On April 15 after a performance in Atlanta, the Grammy winner reportedly overdosed on the drug while in flight, prompting the plane to make an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois. Police are trying to figure out if a doctor was present for this ordeal.
Additionally, officials are investigating what type of drugs were on the plane, and what kind were at his Paisley Park house.
As we wrote on Thursday, police obtained a warrant to search his Minnesota mansion.
Our thoughts and prayers go to Prince's friends and family during this difficult time.
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