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Chris Brown Accuser Says Singer & His Entourage Did Assault & Manhandle Her! She Has Photographic Evidence!
A picture is worth a thousand words…
Or in the case of Chris Brown, THOUSANDS of dollars!
As we reported earlier this month, a woman is accusing the singer of third degree assault when she was allegedly thrown off a tour bus near Platinum 84 Gentleman's Club in Denver, CO.
The Ayo musician was shooting a music video with French Montana and Fetty Wap, and the accuser says she was manhandled after she refused to give up her cell phone.
Well now, she has photographic evidence of being roughed up! In the photos, one can see visible bruises on her arm and back.
Furthermore, there is surveillance footage from the strip club which shows the mystery lady leaving the tour bus.
However, Breezy DENIES any wrongdoing, and claims the reported victim is simply trying to milk money from the millionaire.
The investigation should wrap up next week.
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We're actually surprised this hasn't happened before!
This isn't the first crossover for the reality TV franchise; Lisa's castmates Brandi Glanville and Yolanda Foster paid a visit to New York's Kristen Taekman and Carole Radziwill last year. In fact, Brandi was the one who recommended Kristen for the NYC cast.
Luckily, this meeting is a friendly one too, with Heather seeking advice from her famous friend.
Ch-ch-check out the EXCLUSIVE clip (below) to see if Lisa gives quality counsel:
Game Of Thrones Breaks The Record For Most Emmy Wins In A Single Year! Find Out From What Show It Stole The Title HERE!
Along with Best Drama Series, the HBO fantasy show won for Best Writing (David Benioff and D.B. Weiss), Best Directing (David Nutter), and Best Supporting Actor (Peter Dinklage)!
Those statuettes were won following the show's eight wins at the Creative Arts Emmys on September 12 — earning the show a total of 12 awards!
Game of Thrones beat out previous record holder
He'll always be our pal!
Jack Larson, the actor who portrayed Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen in The Adventures of Superman, passed away on Sunday in his Brentwood home at the age of 87.
Larson was born in 1928 in Los Angeles and made his film debut in 1948 in the movie Fighter Squadron. Jack originally wanted to become a Broadway actor, which is why he was hesitant to take the role as Daily Planet photographer Jimmy Olsen.
Larson was worried he'd be typecast if he took the role, but his agent assured him that the show was likely to be so bad it wouldn't air. Unfortunately for him, the show ended up being a hit and aired in syndication from 1952-1958.
As a result, his fears ended up coming true as he found it extremely difficult to find work after the hit superhero show aired.
Luckily though, he had a
Have you ever seen so many stunning ladies on one red carpet??
It's almost too much to handle. Almost!
But Emma swapped out her pretty pink number for a slinky black gown, complete with a matching clutch and a whole assortment of jewels.
It's very American Horror Story-themed!
Meanwhile, the Modern Family starlet looked stunning in yet another body-hugging dress by Lorena Sarbu.
We didn't think we could love a look more than the red piece she wore earlier in the night, but this sparkling number comes very close!
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Aw! Betty and Don back together again!
After eight years of being nominated to no avail, this was a huge win for the Mad Men crew!
Jones proudly posted a pic to Instagram of her and the handsome actor, appropriately titling the snap "#finally."
See the pic (below)!
The passings of big stars like Joan Rivers and Leonard Nimoy made 2015 a tough year for loss.
Among the stars that were omitted from the segment — Yvonne Craig, who played Batgirl in the 1960s Batman TV show died in August at the age of 78 and pro-wrestling icon "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who died in July at 61.
Suzanne Crough, who played Tracy Partridge on The Partridge Family passed in April. Sawyer Sweeten, who played Geoffrey Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, tragically took his own life in April.
Other stars left out of the obituary segment were Saturday Night Live alum George Coe, Seinfeld star Daniel von Bargen, acting legend Christopher Lee, and American Horror Story: Freak Show actor Ben Woolf — who died in February after being hit by a car.
Even though these actors weren't included in the segment, they still all left their marks in television history!
What did YOU think of the 2015 Emmys In Memoriam segment?