Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
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Cue the Rocky theme song…
While the nominated Creed star tried his best in a navy and black tuxedo, he was completely out-shined by his other half as she slipped into a silk gown with an ultra-high slit.
She paired her frock with nude sandals, a golden clutch, chandelier earrings, and bronzed makeup.
Such a lovely pair!
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Yes, you read that right. Sylvester Stallone is the latest celebrity to join the fashion world.
The 64 year old actor announced on Thursday he's launching a lifestyle brand inspired by Rambo the rebel and Rocky Balboa the gentleman.
His brand, Sly Inc., will launch next year and include everything from jeans, shirts, outerwear, underwear and watches.
And that's only the beginning!
Sly plans to add eyewear, grooming products, fragrance, activewear and athletic shoes shortly following the initial launch.
Sounds awfully ambitious. Hopefully it doesn't bomb.
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Sylvester Stallone is in serious need of a bigger shirt!
The aging actor was spotted walking around Beverly Hills looking like his buttons were ready to fly off at any second.
Face it Sly, you're not the young buff man you used to be.
However, you're still looking good for your age. Next time though, find a shirt that properly fits.
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Last night marked the worldwide premiere of the much anticipated Iron Man 2 flick.
And while most were interested in what the ladies were wearing, it seems the guys decided to stand out a bit in some colorful shades.
Robert Downey Jr opted for some deep red lenses, though he didn't stop there. He even decided to color coordinate his shades with his tie.
As for Sylvester Stallone, he opted for some larger framed glasses sporting some blue lenses.
So, who do U think sported the best look? And are colored lenses making a comeback or hopefully not?
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