TLC might have found a middle ground in the Josh Duggar molestation drama.
So, what do YOU think about firing Josh from the show?
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We are still so saddened and shocked over the sudden loss of so funny and kindhearted a man as Robin Williams.
The late, great actor has been paid tribute by actor and President alike, and now his own children have released their own statements on his passing.
Robin's daughter Zelda Williams had already shared some poetry over the loss of her father, but she also gave her own thoughts on his death:
Since yesterday, the world has been wondering how a man who brought smiles to so many could be in such serious personal pain.
The 63-year-old actor was “a comedic Mother Theresa” according to one of the families he went to visit in the hospital. David Buist, who suffered from T-cell lymphoma, went to visit a Ronald McDonald House before he even knew that anything was wrong with him. That’s where he met Robin, who continued to call and check in on David after his diagnosis.
David’s uncle explained:
But he also worried that they may not have been mature enough at 21 years old to handle getting a large sum of money, so he broke it up!
In 2009, Robin decided that at 21 years old, each of his three children — Zachary, 31, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 22 — would get 1/3 of their money on their 21st birthday. Then, at 25 the kids got half of the remaining money, and at 30 years old, they got the rest.
So, at least they’ll be taken care of.
As for the rest of Robin’s cash, it’s expected that his wife Susan Schneider will get a lot of it, but it not clear how much that will be.
In 2013, the comedian revealed that because of his two expensive divorces, he was possibly going to have to declare bankruptcy, even though he was valued at $130 million in 2012.
Really though, in the wake of such a sudden and tragic loss, money is probably the last thing on his family’s minds. But it’s good to know that the kids’ dad took care of them.
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Farrah Abraham recently had to head back to her hometown of Council Bluffs, Iowa.
It's always nice to go back home but under the circumstances, we're sure she wasn't the happiest camper: her grandfather, Goodmond H. Danielsen, Jr., passed away.
She was attending his funeral.
Well folks, this is one of the most awful stories we have ever heard in our lives.
14-year-old Raphael Wittmann was diagnosed with terminal cancer 12 months ago, but he found a bright moment when he got to have a ‘dream ride’ in a Porsche 986, thanks to the charity Kinder Krebshlife.
But during the joyride on May 17th, the Porsche hit oncoming traffic, causing the youngster to bite off his tongue and break both of his legs.
Just unspeakably awful.
This is so so so terrible.
Sgt. Ommy Irizarry and his daughter Oceana were at Caspersen Beach, FL on Sunday when tragedy struck. A 1972 Piper Cherokee aircraft, piloted by Karl Kokomoor needed to have an emergency landing — a landing that accidentally hit the father and critically injured his daughter.
The details aren’t clear, so it’s unknown why the pilot needed to
The world lost a brilliant young man recently.
Haris Suleman, from Plainfield, Indiana, was attempting to set the record for the fastest circumnavigation around the world in a single engine plan with the youngest pilot in command.
The 17-year-old and his 58-year-old father Babar Suleman were days away from returning home to their family in Indiana when their plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean.