All in all, Darren stated that he would not do anything differently in how he handled the situation.
Ch-ch-check out the interview (above)!!!
Meth. Not even once.
Former Oregon beauty pageant winner Jamie Lynn France was arrested in a Salem, Oregon motel in a room that had drugs in it last week.
She's only 23 years old.
Jamie was charged with possession of methamphetamine, heroin and suboxene, and was arrested along with Jarrod Wells, a 37-year-old alleged drug dealer.
Above is a before-and-after photo — that has now gone viral — of Jamie provided by the Keizer Police Department to highlight the effects of her alleged meth use.
While the former Miss Teen Oregon-World's bail is set at $30,000, Jarrod's bail is set at a whopping $415,000 bond.
[Image via Keiser Police Department.]
It's so sad what money can make people do.
At the time, Simone only had a few thousand dollars in her bank account, but she had a lot more on the way.
Due to contracts with Sony, Coca-Cola, and other companies, Simone's family could stand to inherit a large sum of her money, but there's a catch.
Simone's mother Donna Morgan has to be officially named the administrator of Simone's estate first. Her application is currently pending.
But it just goes to show that problems are only temporary, and sometimes a solution is right around the corner. So sad.
[Image via Twitter.]
Woah! This story gets more explosive by the day.
Not only do we now have lots of women saying Bill Cosby either raped, drugged, or sexually assaulted them, but there's also a former employee to back up their claims!
Frank Scotti worked at NBC's Brooklyn studios back in The Cosby Show's heyday, and he did a lot of things he's not proud of.
So, the 90-year-old is speaking out in defense of the alleged victims.
In a taped interview, Scotti talks about Cosby having Scotti run around town giving women up to $2,000 in money orders (in Scotti's name, of course), after they'd visited Cosby. He also talks about Cosby instructing him to get a Queens apartment for a woman at one point.
In fact, sometimes, Cosby would just hand Scotti a bag of $100 bills and he'd spend the day dispersing the money orders!
Worst of all, Scotti talked about when Cosby and the manager at a modeling agency would bring over girls. Cosby would tell Scotti to make sure no one went into his dressing room, after Scotti had brought the girls in there.
As for Cosby's camp, his lawyer Martin Singer said
Wow! It seems like there are new victims coming forward daily!
Bill Cosby has been surrounded by reports that he raped and sexually molested a number of women that is growing by the day.
And Law & Order's Michelle Hurd makes number 18.
The notoriously private actress recently recounted the time that she was a stand-in on The Cosby Show, and Bill tried to get her alone in his house after inappropriately touching her. She wrote on her Facebook
The actress previously talked about what she suffered at the hands of the comedian, and now she's revealing what she hopes to get out of her truthfulness.
And it's just the TRUTH!
Ch-ch-check out her straightforward story
This story keeps getting stranger and stranger.
Joyce Emmons ran comedy clubs in the ‘70s and ‘80s, and says that she hung out with the funnyman when he performed, and he had "a drawer full of drugs" though she never saw him do any.
Well, people would often dip into the drawer, which included Quaaludes, and she did as well once when she had a migraine. Cosby reportedly said the white pill would help her headache but "was a little strong."
This is where things get scary. All that she remembers is waking up naked in the comedian's suite next to one of his friends who she'd turned down earlier that night!
Unbelievably, when she asked Bill what she took, he laughingly said
Just because Diem Brown is no longer with us, doesn't mean her spirit can't be celebrated during the holiday season.
Two days after the reality star's death, her family and close friends gathered to decorate her NYC apartment. Brown's brother, Jarrod, strung lights, and her sister Megan and dad Richard put ornaments on the tree, while friends listened to Christmas carols and told stories about Diem.
Aw, what a touching tribute.
A close pal of Brown's explained: