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.]
Only a few months ago, Demi Lovato celebrated four years of sobriety.
What a milestone!
But in the July issue of American Way, the magazine for American Airlines, the songstress surprisingly opened up and revisited her battle with drug abuse and bulimia.
Demi recounted self-medicating with alcohol, cocaine, and OxyCotin, revealing:
"I lived fast and I was going to die young. I didn't think I would make it to 21."
It was in 2010 the then 18-year-old famously entered rehab after punching a backup dancer while on tour with The Jonas Brothers.
Diagnosed with bulimia and bipolar disorder, the Cool For The Summer singer remembered:
"So now I'm in rehab. And I thought, 'Oh great, now the world thinks I'm just another stereotype.'"
While her symptoms were under control, her struggle with addiction never left. She continued:
That was fast!
As we told you on Wednesday, Columbus Short was sentenced 30 days in prison after he violated his probation terms stemming from a former assault case.
Well, turns out, the former Scandal star has been released from behind bars after serving just six days!
The actor told the outlet:
"I'm feeling grateful for the learning lesson and I'm fully accountable for my mistakes. I'm ready to get to work and never go back to that place. God is good."
His progress report hearing is scheduled for June 28.
Although he says he's learned his lesson this time, we guess only time will tell!
Here's to a successful recovery.
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Say it ain't so!
As you may know, the former Los Angeles Lakers player was seen drinking with some friends at a bar the night before spending Easter with the Kardashians, and then was spotted drinking AGAIN a few weeks later!
But apparently Lamar is still in trouble as TMZ reports that sources close to the 36-year-old say
Demi Lovato doesn't have a filter.
So, it's no surprise the pop princess sat down with Refinery29 to discuss her past struggle with drugs, alcohol, addiction, and mental illness.
The brunette beauty opened up about how substance abuse affected her attitude, saying:
"Prior to getting sober, I was one of those people who was like, I don't give a f*ck, whatever. And I used that as an excuse to do whatever I wanted. I was a nightmare to work with."
The 23-year-old even went on to use some pretty harsh words to describe her old behavior, admitting she was:
Wow. This is powerful.
"I too, waited anxiously for a prescription to be filled for the opiate I was secretly addicted to. I too, took too many at once. I too, sought to kill emotional and physical pain with pain killers. Kill it. Make it stop.
Too many of our fellow humans, famous, infamous, and not famous at all, have sought the same relief. The symbolism of James Taylor's Fire and Rain,an anthem of addiction, seems more poignant as now it is a purple rain, another loss to drug addiction."
The Scream Queens star — who has been in recovery from her addiction for 17 years — continued:
Well after getting his mind right, the gold medal athlete decided to turn things around and announce that he would be coming out of retirement and competing in the 2016 Olympics in Rio this year!
Of course, many fans are still curious about Phelps' troubles, so the studly swimmer sat down with Matt Lauer on TODAY to get completely candid about his problems.
Not only did the Olympian admit he was in a "downward spiral" but he went on to dish there was even a point when he "didn't want to see another day." Thankfully, the aquatic athlete now has a new outlook on life and is looking forward to retiring the way he wants to retire!
Ch-ch-check out Michael's interview with Matt (below) and let us know your thoughts on the athlete's return to glory!
This makes her already tragic story even sadder.
Police have stated they believe her untimely death was caused by her addiction to prescription medicines, and while we've heard what her friends and other WWE alum had to say about her passing, her manager just broke our hearts with his latest news.
That's because it was reported on Monday that Anthony Anzaldo had booked Chyna on an episode of Intervention just days before her death!
Apparently, Anthony and the docuseries had already set their plan in motion to get Chyna some help before she died, saying: