For someone so committed to sports, you'd think he wouldn't condone cheating...
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Amy Schumer is bravely speaking up about her past abusive relationships.
As we previously reported, the actress revealed in an interview with Marie Claire her first sexual experience wasn't consensual, and also opened up about it in her new memoir, The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo.
Sharing how her ex-boyfriend had raped her while she was sleeping, the 35-year-old explained:
"I think it's important to talk about. It's made me feel less alone when other women have come forward about being sexually assaulted. And also because you know it's not this perfect rape. People, they want you to have been raped perfectly, and they want you to be a perfect victim. People hear me say that and they go, ‘No, she's like a slut' and ‘I bet she knew' — like, right away, you start doubting. We're so critical and it makes victims really not wanna speak up, and so I think it's me saying, 'Look, I didn't have a perfect rape.'"
The Trainwreck starlet also recalled being in an abusive relationship in her 20s and actually fearing for her life. Like she revealed in her memoir, Schumer added:
"At first I would get hurt by accident, it would be like he'd grab me too hard and then I'd get a bad bruise, or he'd like push me a little and I'd like fall into something and get a worse injury, and these things I could kind of excuse."
Thankfully, she realized she needed out of the relationship:
"It just hit me like a ton of bricks, he's going to kill me eventually, and I need to get out of here. And honestly a big thought of why I did was for my little sister. I just thought, I cannot — I can't do this to her. I can't let her get this phone call."
Hopefully Amy's candid conversation will help more victims come forward and make rape less of a culture.
You can listen to her entire clip on the topic (below):
The former dealer who claims to have been Prince's source for drugs for decades thinks the late singer knew exactly what pills he was taking when he died back in April.
In fact, the man who wishes to be called Doctor D says the Purple Rain artist would often buy powerful opiates concealed in mislabeled bottles in order to hide his addiction, according to DailyMail.
As you know, the music icon was found dead in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota and an autopsy later confirmed that he had overdosed on a drug called fentanyl. This week we found out the pills seized from the Raspberry Beret singer's home were labeled as hydrocodone but were actually fentanyl on the inside. To make matters worse, it's said Prince stashed the counterfeit drugs in over the counter pill bottles, such as aspirin and Vitamin C containers.
The mislabeling led authorities to question whether the 57-year-old knew exactly what he was taking.
But according to Doctor D — who previously opened up about Prince's expensive and ultimately-fatal addiction — the songwriter may not have intentionally overdosed, but he knew the contents of the drugs:
On Monday, the 19-year-old actress took to Twitter after reading the scripts for Season 7 of the HBO fantasy hit, and could only describe it as "holy BALLS."
But according to Arya Stark herself, there's no use in bracing oneself — because Williams made it clear that "nothing will prepare you" for the twists and turns to come! (Lots of death and dragons, we assume.)
Ch-ch-check out the actress' stark reaction to the upcoming season (below)!
For someone so committed to sports, you'd think he wouldn't condone cheating…
Super sad news coming out of the land of television today.
If you've ever watched Law & Order (and come on, who hasn't?), you know and love Steven Hill, the actor who played the show's original district attorney, Adam Schiff, from 1990-2000.
Sadly, the television veteran passed away on Tuesday, according to the New York Times. He was 94 years old.
Hill wasn't just known for playing D.A. Schiff on the famous NBC show — he worked for more than 50 years, starring in such television shows as Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1957), The Untouchables (1962), King (1978), and thirtysomething (1988).
Notably, he was also the man who originated the role of
We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but hearts are breaking all over the world now that it seems Sam Hunt in no longer single for the summer! Guilty!
Last week, the 31-year-old country crooner posted a photo of a mysterious girl on his Instagram page — which sparked speculation that he was officially off the market.
Then on Tuesday the dreaded news was pretty much confirmed when the Make You Miss Me singer posted a video of the same girl from behind (without revealing her face) with the caption,