What in the world is going on these days?!
Recently, a man named Eric Garner was taken down by police with a brutal chokehold… and ended up dying after the encounter.
Well, over the weekend, Rosean Miller, a seven-month-pregnant woman, was grilling in front of her apartment. An officer informed her that she couldn’t do that, and this is where the details get fuzzy. He reportedly said he needed to go into her home, and she didn’t let him, which is when the officer did the unthinkable.
This is sad, but also sort of empowering at the same time.
In the upcoming August issue of Seventeen Magaznine, Ariana Grande opens up about her relationship with her father.
Or at least, the lack of one.
The Bang Bang singer admitted that falling out of touch with her father was hard, but that she's learned how to deal with it recently.
The 21-year-old explained:
Well, this is sad to hear!
Kevin Smith and Ben Affleck used to be best buddies and now they're not — Jennifer Garner could probably tell you why!
Actually, the director himself can explain it.
In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, Kevin was asked about Comic-Con and if the new Batman actor was in attendance for any surprises.
He responded with a big fat
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
Wow, we didn't realize how much Tulisa Contostavlos struggled with her drug charges!
In a clip for her tell-all BBC documentary, Tulisa: The Price of Fame, Tulisa discusses her sucicide attempt and tragic breakdown after a reporter from The Sun tried to frame her for selling cocaine.
In the doc, which airs tonight, the singer reveals some super sad details about her depression:
Whenever large groups of people get together, there's always a higher chance for something bad to happen.
And that was just the case at the 8th Annual Zombie Walk that took place in San Diego yesterday for Comic-Con.
When hundreds of fans dressed as zombies took up an entire road, and then proceeded to block traffic, one driver quickly lost his patience.
After honking his horn multiple times, the zombies started to get angry and banged on the black Honda Accord's windshield.
Once a few seconds of this went by, the driver simply stepped off the brakes and drove through the crowd!
While no one was killed, a 64-year-old woman who wasn't even part of the zombie-related festivities was taken to the hospital to treat a broken arm.
But what really takes this story to the next level is that
This is horrible news!
Torrin Lawrence, a sprinter for Team USA, tragically died on Monday morning when his car was hit by a tractor trailer.
The 25-year-old’s tire exploded while he was driving in Georgia around 1:40am, so he got out of the car to call 911. Unfortunately, a semi-truck hit Torrin’s car, which then