Well this isn't good.
On Tuesday, comedian Jay Mohr got candid about his estranged wife Nikki Cox's alleged drug problem as he filed for sole custody of their son. Oof.
As we previously reported, the Jerry Maguire star filed for divorce from Miz Cox for the second time at the end of 2016. Initially, the 46-year-old first filed for divorce in July 2016 — but withdrew the petition six days later claiming that he and his wife of 10 years were "very in love" and "very happy." How quickly things change, huh??
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And while the industry vet brought up the Las Vegas
actress' drug problem during his first filing, Mr. Mohr got very specific in recent court documents as to how her addiction has affected their little one. According to TMZ
, Jay's legal paperwork claims
Khloé Kardashian is super happy with herself right now, but we all know she's been through a lot when it comes to her body image.
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In a recent interview with Grazia magazine, the reality star opened up about her past struggles and all the downright mean people she encountered while doing something as innocent as shopping.
"When I used to shop at high-end boutiques for jeans with my sisters, they would ask for waist size 28 or 26. I would ask for a 31 and the sales assistants would look at me, make this hissing sound and reply, 'We don't carry that size here.'"
Whoa, wait. They actually made a "hissing sound"??? That's…really weird. Also totally fucking RUDE!
Target has been at the center of many scandals surrounding their retouched campaigns, but this time, they're making headlines for a new reason.
The major retailer has debuted their Spring swimsuit collection, and they're actually featuring models who haven't been Photoshopped to look like they're missing body parts.
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In fact, the women's bodies look very real — cellulite and stretch marks included!! This is huge for the company (which once edited out a model's crotch to make it appear like she had a thigh gap). Smh.
Anyway, we're just happy to see Target take some steps to being more body-inclusive! And hopefully, this is just the start.
You can shop the line HERE and ch-ch-check out more of the ads in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Target.]