José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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This guy needs help.
MMA fighter War Machine was arrested after he brutally beat up his ex-girlfriend Christy Mack and a friend of hers, Corey Thomas, at her Las Vegas home.
On Friday, War Machine, aka Jonathan Koppenhaver, watched as Christy took the stand during a preliminary hearing to tell her side of the horrible story, after Thomas told his side.
When Christy began talking, Koppenhaver smiled to himself when sexual violence was addressed, at which time this exchange took place (above)
Just last month, Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to 5 years in prison for shooting and killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. However, the former sprinter was hoping to appeal for parole after serving 10 months behind bars.
Unfortunately for Oscar, sources are saying that wont be possible because officers would NOT be able to attach monitoring ankle bracelets to his removable prosthetic legs.
Prison officials have reportedly told the double amputee that he would not qualify for the monitoring system due to his disability, and under South African law electronic bracelets may not be placed on the wrist because they are too easy to remove.
A source has already confirmed this, saying:
Just days after Adrian Peterson avoided jail time in his child abuse case, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has to immediately switch his attention over to another ugly scandal.
The commish made his way to a New York courtroom yesterday where he testified and was cross examined in Ray Rice's hearing to appeal his indefinite suspension from the league.
The hearing stems from the footballer's suspension that took place nearly two months ago after footage showed him punching his now wife Janay Rice in an elevator, knocking her unconscious.
A contestant from Top Chef, Aaron Grissom, has gone from working the oven on the reality show to landing in a fiery situation as he's been arrested for felony domestic violence.
The incident went down on Tuesday afternoon at his San Fernando Valley home, where he apparently got into a very vicious argument with his girlfriend. It got so out of control, or Aaron got so out of control, that he pushed his girlfriend… which injured her knees.
It looks like NFL running back Adrian Peterson will NOT have to worry about spending any time behind bars as he has struck up a plea agreement that will allow him to avoid jail completely.
The Minnesota Viking was originally indicted on felony charges of injuring a child after he used wooden "switch," or stick, to hit his 4-year-old son as a form of discipline, leaving him with cuts and bruises on his legs, buttocks, and testicles.
Despite some speculation that he might face possible jail time, Adrian and his legal team managed to put together a deal in which he pleaded no contest to much lesser misdemeanor charge of reckless assault.
Eli Manning is used to leading his team on the field.
Now, the New York Giants QB is leading a new campaign denouncing domestic violence and sexual assault.
Manning and two dozen current and former NFL players filmed spots for a new public service announcement that debuted today and will air during Thursday Night Football games this season.
Their message is so simple, it's only two words …
And this is why we have judges, to make the hard decisions.
Olympian Oscar Pistorius has been on trial all week after being convicted of shooting and killing his girlfriend last Valentine's Day.
Judge Thokozile Masipa's ruling will be handed down next week, but until then, the sides are definitely at odds.
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel thinks Pistorius should get at least 10 years, saying, "The minimum term that society will be happy with."
But Oscar's side is saying