Nothing says "it's over" quite like brutally attacking your ex.
However, Jenelle is letting someone else tell her version of the events.
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In another disturbing turn of events surrounding Josh Duggar's scandal — it seems the 19 Kids and Counting patriarch, Jim Bob Duggar waited more than a year to report his son's confessed molestation of several girls — including his own sisters.
Reportedly, the reality star confided in his church elders for guidance some time after the incidences occurred. However, he apparently waited three more months to report Josh's actions after talking with them.
Jim Bob shared with the police:
"[That] several members of their church were aware of the situation and had been supportive of the family."
As a part of this healing, the Fast & Furious star exposed his emotional side once again through the power of song, paying tribute to his friend and co-star.
As he cathartically belts out the tune, videos and photos of Diesel and Walker play via a slideshow in the background.
Check out the emotional performance (below) to watch the tribute.
We're so glad she has the strength to tell her story!
Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong has lived a tumultuous life, both on screen and off.
Not only has the 43-year-old witnessed domestic abuse growing up as a child, she experienced it with her late husband Russell Armstrong who committed suicide in 2011.
With all of the chaos surrounding her, the reality TV star confessed in an episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now? — airing this Saturday — that she masked the pain with plastic surgery.
The mother of one revealed:
"I spent the early part of my life trying to become someone that I wasn't and I think a lot of it has to do with the shame and the guilt and all of the things I was carrying from my past."
Taylor has accused Russell of grabbing her, shoving her, pulling her hair, and throwing objects at her.
In regards to her cosmetic surgery, she dishes:
"I got new lips and new breasts and changed my hair, changed my name… It was anything I could do to try to become someone else."
The Kansas-native was born Shana Hughes and prior to her marriage to Armstrong, went by Taylor Ford, a combination of her stepfather's last name, Taylor, and the last name of her idol, designer Tom Ford.
While we are appalled by the abuse she had to go through, we applaud Taylor's honesty and we hope it will give others suffering from domestic violence the strength to rise up from their surroundings.
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On Monday, Emily Beazley, a fan of Taylor Swift, died at 12-years-old after battling cancer for four years.
It was only three weeks ago that the young fan was surprised with a phone call from her idol.
Emily mother's, Nadia Beazley shared:
"My beautiful Emily got to use her angel wings. She fought hard to the end. Her last gift to me was passing peacefully. It hurts so much to imagine that I will never have another hug or kiss from my girl. Or hear her say 'Mommy' the special way that she does. This hurts so damn bad."
It's just so sad.
We can't even begin to imagine what Chinx's wife, Janelli Pickens must be feeling after the rapper was killed this weekend.
He was gunned down in a drive by shooting at a red light in Queens. Since then, celebrities and fans had used social media to express their grief and condolences.