Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Twitter Audrina Ryan Phillippe Taylor PerezTV

News News Archive

DeMario Jackson REALLY Wants Bachelor In Paradise To Release That Hot Tub Footage…

| Filed under: TV NewsWacky, Tacky & TrueLegal MattersParty Poppin'AlcoholSexReality TVNewsControversyThe Bachelor/ette

no title

At least DeMario Jackson seems really… confident?

The soon-to-be Bachelor In Paradise star who was gloriously kicked off the most recent season of The Bachelorette apparently REALLY wants producers of the reality show to air his very controversial alcohol-fueled BIP hook-up with fellow cast member Corinne Olympios.

Related: Is This Really 'Every Man's Biggest Fear'??

In fact, Jackson wants them to air that footage on the upcoming season of BIP SO badly, that he literally went out last night in West Hollywood with a shirt that had a very, very simple message plastered across it:

Permalink / Comment Here

Jack The Ripper Identity Confirmed By New Evidence? One Of The Biggest Murder Mysteries Of All Time May Have Been Solved…

| Filed under: Conspiracy CornerViolenceScary!News

no title

Jack The Ripper may be the most famous cold case in history — but has it finally been cracked?

Back in 1992, a diary detailing the brutal Whitechapel murders was supposedly uncovered, but scrap dealer Mike Barrett wasn't very forthcoming with how he acquired it (he said he got it from a "family friend"), leading many to automatically dismiss the book as a forgery.

But now a team of researchers led by filmmaker Bruce Robinson believe they've found the source of the book — which is now looking like the genuine article.

According to new evidence, Barrett was a regular at the same local pub as the electricians working on the house of the family home of the late suspect — and timecards prove they even worked on the house the very day Barrett later brought the diary to a publisher.

Researchers now believe the electricians approached Barrett because he often boasted about being an aspiring author, and they thought he might know how to sell the book — and that they refused to go public themselves for fear of being prosecuted for stealing from the home.

It's all starting to add up…

And if this is true, then the diary's author — a cotton merchant named James Maybrick, who coincidentally died in 1889, just after the final Whitechapel murder — is by far the best suspect.

That case may be on its way to being solved, but there are still plenty for which we may never have a good answer…

CLICK HERE to view "Biggest Unsolved Murders In History!"

CLICK HERE to view "Biggest Unsolved Murders In History!"

CLICK HERE to view "Biggest Unsolved Murders In History!"

CLICK HERE to view "Biggest Unsolved Murders In History!"

CLICK HERE to view "Biggest Unsolved Murders In History!"

[Image via Universal Pictures.]

Permalink / Comments Off

Steve Harvey Thought His Controversial Staff Memo Was 'Cute' — Until It Made Headlines!

| Filed under: TV NewsNewsControversyDaytime TVSteve Harvey

steve harvey jokes about memo controversy

Steve Harvey thought his controversial memo to staffers was "cute."

As we previously reported, the funny man made headlines back in May after a former employee released a note from the 60-year-old where he pretty much requested that the staff leave him the fuck alone. Specifically, Steve asked his employees to "not come to [his dressing room unless invited" and banned them from approaching him "while [he's] in the makeup chair."

Related: Steve Won't Apologize For Making Flint Water Crisis Jokes

Apparently, the staff member who leaked the document was frustrated because they weren't offered a job on Harvey's new Los Angeles based talk show, Steve.

While promoting his new show on Thursday, the industry vet attempted to downplay the controversy by poking fun at the memo. During a chat with reporters, the Family Feud host quipped:

Permalink / Comment Here