Kylie Jenner is sticking up for her dad!!
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Nick Gordon's brother has A LOT to say.
Gordon's brother even went as far to allege that prior to Nick moving in, Whitney Houston not only allowed drug use in the home but at times even participated in the illegal activity.
Things just got real for The Real.
Its been announced that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a complaint against Warner Brothers for a policy that caused the studio to ask two Muslim women wearing headscarves to move out of the camera's view!
In February, four young women attended a taping of daytime talk show The Real. Two of the women were wearing Islamic headscarves, aka hijab.
While they were waiting, studio officials told them that the hijab-wearing women couldn't sit in the front row because they shouldn't be seen on camera, according to a studio policy.
Though the women complied, they were understandably upset by the anti-Muslim policy. CAIR Senior Civil Rights Attorney Fatima Dadabhoy had this to say about the incident:
According to a British television show by the name of Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… Robin Williams spent the last few days of his life being paranoid, which ultimately led him to commit suicide.
In the episode dedicated to the late actor that will be airing tonight, pathologist Dr. Richard Shepherd will analyze and reconstruct what he believes the final hours of Robin's life was like.
At this point, it's all speculation since we cannot know what exactly happened and what events lead up to the Mrs. Doubtfire actor's untimely death.
As the Daily Mail is reporting, Dr. Shepherd explained to Autopsy, which has also previously covered the unexpected deaths of Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley, that Williams' dementia could've triggered his paranoid tendencies which caused his reportedly bizarre behavior.
The pathologist says on the show that Robin's odd online activity suggested the comedian in some way, knew:
Iron Man doesn't have to answer your questions.
Robert Downey, Jr. sat down for an interview with Channel 4 News to promote his new movie Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The interview with Krishnan Guru-Murthy started off like your run-of-the-mill blockbuster promotion as the star talked about how he thought the Avengers sequel could be better than its predecessor.
But things took a turn when Guru-Murthy asked RDJ about a quote he said in a New York Times interview from 2008 (which ironically was promoting his very first Iron Man movie) where the actor vaguely alludes to his political views.
After Downey Jr. pointed out that his opinion has changed since the interview from five years ago, the anchor took an even darker turn and asked the actor some serious personal questions about his past. Guru-Murthy asked RDJ:
Sobriety is so hard to maintain when temptation is all around you.
But what exactly happened before the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was detained?
An eyewitness recounted the night, saying Kim started off her night having an innocent dinner with friends at the Beverly Hills Hotel's Polo Lounge and it wasn't until her buddies left that she hit up the bar.
Another onlooker at the venue said:
At One World Observatory, which will open to the public atop 1 World Trade Center this May, even the elevator ride gives you a history lesson.
During the ride, a video shows a time lapse of the New York City skyline starting in the 1500s and rapidly moving to the present.
First buildings, then skyscrapers rise as you go up story after story, and then, for just a second, as the clock passes through September 11, 2001 — the World Trade Center goes away.
The moment is almost imperceptible at first as the years tumble by so quickly. But when you notice the sudden disappearance of the other tower, it's very affecting!
David W. Checketts, Chairman and CEO of Legends Hospitality — the company that created the observatory — believes marking the event was the only way to honor the original World Trade Center. He explained:
What heartbreaking news!
On April 21, Paris Hilton revealed that her beloved dog of 14 years, Tinkerbell, had passed away.
The adorable Tink had been a constant companion to Paris, especially during her Simple Life days.
Check out Hilton's heartbreaking revelation (below)!