Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Taylor Swift Khloé K. Iggy Azalea Bieber PerezTV

Violence News Archive

YouTuber Calum McSwiggan Insists He Was Assaulted While A Witness Says He Was 'Acting Crazy' — And Now He's Facing ANOTHER Charge!

| Filed under: Gay Gay GayBusted!Party Poppin'YouTubeYoung HollywoodViolenceDisgusting!LGBT

This is so complicated.

This scary story just keeps getting more and more complicated.

As we previously reported, YouTube star Calum McSwiggan claimed he was attacked outside West Hollywood's gay club The Abbey over the weekend, after celebrating a fun weekend at VidCon.

While the LGBT lifestyle vlogger alleges he was jumped by three strangers after leaving the El Lay hotspot, police investigating the incident say the Brit showed no signs of injury or evidence of any attack.

In fact, they arrested him for vandalizing a car after the altercation, but he was transferred to a hospital after he began to hurt himself in the holding cell.

And now, in addition to the vandalism charge, the internet celeb is also being charged with filing a false police report.

According to WEHOville, the online personality was faced with the new charge on Wednesday at LAX Courthouse.

However, the UK native took to Facebook that same day to insist that he's telling the truth about the night's events, describing the alleged attack:

Permalink / Comment Here

49 Celebrities Honor The 49 Victims Of The Orlando Shooting With This Touching Tribute Video

Dozens of A-listers are doing their part to make sure the lives that were tragically lost in the June 12 shooting at Orlando's Pulse night club aren't forgotten.

On Wednesday, the Human Rights Campaign shared a touching tribute video to the 49 people who were taken too soon in the senseless act of incomprehensible violence, enlisting all sorts of stars to help remember the victims.

Related: President Obama Hand Picks The Country's First LGBT National Monument!

Ryan Murphy and his production company Ryan Murphy Television gathered together some of today's most famous, influential celebs to read the names of each victim, and share a little bit of their stories.

Big names like Caitlyn Jenner, Lady GaGa, Demi Lovato, Lea Michele, Kerry Washington, Colton Haynes, Gerard Butler, Sofia Vergara, and so many more honored those whose lives were sadly cut short in the terrible tragedy.

In fact, here are all the celebs who joined together for this moving clip (below):

Permalink / Comment Here

Daughter Who Was Shot & Killed By Texas Mom Felt 'Unsafe' Around Her Mom's Mental State With Guns In The House!

| Filed under: Baby BlabberR.I.P.Sad SadHealthViolenceViral: NewsControversyGirl Power

no title

As you may know, last Friday a terrible tragedy occurred when 42-year-old Texas woman Christy Sheats shot and killed her two daughters, Taylor and Madison Sheats, and attempted to kill her husband.

Related: Law & Order Director Sentenced To 10 Years Probation For Child Porn

Well one of Taylor's childhood friends has come forward and is speaking about his late friend's fears about her mother and how she didn't feel safe at home!

Matthew Wiley, who went to high school with Taylor, shared:

Permalink / Comment Here

Jared Leto, Cher, Pink, & Other Celebs React To The Tragic Istanbul Explosions

So sad.

We were absolutely heartbroken to learn about the terrible tragedy in Turkey.

On Tuesday, at least 36 people were killed and 147 were injured when three suicide bombers detonated explosive vests at Istanbul Ataturk Airport.

Related: Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump React To The Turkey Tragedy

In the wake of the horrific attack, stars have flocked to Twitter to share their grief, love, and support for the victims.

Celebs like Jared Leto, Cher, Pink, and many more are using social media to send positive thoughts to everyone affected by the awful assault.

Take a look at their touching tributes (below):

Permalink / Comment Here

Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump React To The Airport Attack In Turkey

| Filed under: R.I.P.PolitikDonald TrumpHillary ClintonSad SadViolenceScary!Viral: News

The 2016 presidential hopefuls are speaking out.

Turkey was rocked on Tuesday when three suicide bombers detonated their explosive vests at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, killing 36 people and injured 147 more.

Now, the US presidential hopefuls are speaking out about the terrible tragedy.

Related: Orlando Police Release Minute-By-Minute Account Of The Shooting

Donald Trump took to Twitter to share his sadness about the awful attack, posting:

And while we agree that we don't want such devastatingly horrible assaults happening in our country, we don't think the presumptive GOP nominee should be content with them happening outside of the US.

They shouldn't be happening anywhere, which is what Hillary Clinton stressed in her Facebook post about the sad attack.

The presumptive Democratic nominee explains that we have to work to prevent these tragedies across the globe, saying:

Permalink / Comment Here

At Least 36 People Killed & 147 Injured In Istanbul Airport Explosions

| Filed under: R.I.P.Sad SadViolenceScary!Disgusting!TravelViral: News

R.I.P.

UPDATE 8:27 PM EST: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim is now saying the death toll in this horrific attack has risen to 36. Turkey's Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag is also saying at least 147 people were injured in the explosions.

Binali says there's a possible ISIS connection, but authorities are still looking into the tragedy, explaining:

"The signs point to Daesh [ISIS] but the investigation is ongoing."

Our hearts go out to everyone in Turkey.


This is horrible.

On Tuesday, Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin confirmed that at least 28 people were killed and 60 others injured after three attackers wearing explosive vests set off their bombs at Istanbul Ataturk Airport.

Turkish officials said police at the checkpoint for the airport's international terminal shot at the suspects, who then detonated their vests and killed themselves.

Related: Orlando Police Release Minute-By-Minute Account Of The Shooting

While most of the people who were hurt or killed in the attack were Turkish citizens, an official explained that "there are foreign nationals" among the dead and wounded.

Traveler Laurence Cameron opened up about the scary scene, saying:

Permalink / Comment Here

Orlando Police Release Full Minute-By-Minute Account Of Shooting, From 'Unknown Trouble' To 'Bad Guy Down'

| Filed under: R.I.P.Sad SadViolenceNews

no title

It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.

On Tuesday, Orlando police have released a minute-by-minute narrative of the Pulse nightclub shooting — made up of the 911 calls, texts, and other contact that victims made as they were under siege inside the dance club.

Related: Couple Killed At Pulse Nightclub Will Have Joint Funeral

The attack, which left 49 people dead and scores more injured, began just after 2:00 a.m. on June 12, with the first 911 call being logged at 2:02:54, according to the newly released report.

That call identified the incident as "unknown trouble," and just three seconds later, a call came in of "shots fired," and seven seconds after that of "shots still being fired."

The report merges multiple calls from that point for clarity, and reveals one caller hiding "upstairs" in a

Permalink / Comment Here