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Kristen Stewart's Friends From Back In The Day Are 'Dropping Like Flies'

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We wonder why this is happening?!

Kristen Stewart is taking a break from the whole acting thing, but some believe she's become a different person these days, and it may have a lot to do with Robert Pattinson!

[ Related: Kristen Stewart Is Taking A Break From Acting, But It's What She Plans To Do With Her Time That Might Surprise You! ]

One childhood friend of Kristen's revealed all of this and more when they said

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California Highway Patrol Officer Caught Stealing Nude Photos From A Suspect's Phone Reveals He & Colleagues Have Been Trading Such Pics For Years!

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This is awful!

Initially, only a single California Highway Patrol officer was in hot water after he admitted that he stole nude photos from the cell phone of a DUI suspect.

But now the 35-year-old cop named Sean Harrington may have opened up a whole other can of worms after admitting that he's been stealing nude photos from suspects for five years and he subsequently would TRADE them to colleagues!

Including one patrolman named Robert Hazelwood!

Here's what the original article said

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Listen To This: They Just Came To Say Hello!

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They've done it again!!!

We LOVE Dragonette!

The Canadian band has collaborated with some of the biggest DJs in the world, from Kaskade to Martin Solveig.

They've now teamed up with Mike Mago for what is another smash!

Outlines is huge!

It's got that big Calvin Harris sound! And those very distinct vocals that Martina from Dragonette delivers!

Slays so hard!

Check it out (above)!

Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Dragonette!

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Perez Reviews: The Last Ship

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The Last Ship is the first musical of the new Broadway season we have seen and it is ambitious and it's from Sting and, unfortunately, it's very disappointing.

The best way to describe the show is… like Billy Elliot without any gayness or without the heart and dazzle that show has.

The Last Ship is bleak, and though there are some moments of levity, the darkness far outweighs the light.

And as we could tell by the opening night audience, there's only so much heaviness people want and can take!

The main problem with the show is the book, by John Logan and Brian Yorkey, and the decision to make the socio-political story the main one, while the more compelling love story and the father/son story played second fiddle.

If people were more invested in the characters and more attention paid to them and less to the more global "economic drama" in the show, The Last Ship would have been far more compelling!

The female lead, played by Rachel Tucker, is SEN-SA-TIONAL! She's almost too good! She makes her male counterpart pale in comparison.

Choreographer Steven Hoggett did a super job of injecting the show with some much needed joie de vivre, but those moments were few and far between.

We appreciate all that The Last Ship attempted to do. We just wish it would have done it all more effectively!

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