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Britney Spears Gets A Break! Sam Lufti Was LYING About Shaving Her Head To Hide Drug Use!

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Ten points to GryffinSpears!

After Britney Spears' former manager Sam Lufti dropped some pretty craycray allegations against her, claiming she shaved her head to hide any evidence that she had been abusing drugs (specifically meth, as Lufti claims), it turns out he was lying all along.

Oh yes, Mz. BritBrit gets a break with this one because a video has surfaced from 2010 where Sam is seen casually talking about the infamous head-shaving incident, saying that he actually thought it was "cool" that she took off all her locks.

Not only does he not mention drugs AT ALL, but he goes on to say:

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Stonehill College Student Sues School For The Attention Over Roommate's Sexual Romps

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When you need some $$$ what do you do? You SUE, You SUE, You SUE!!!

This is just…weird.

Former Stonehill College student Lindsay Blankmeyer is suing the school for $150,000 in damages, claiming that college staff neglected to acknowledge complaints against her former roommates “sexual escapades.”

Apparently, her roommate’s sex adventures were SO distressing to Blankmeyer that she fell into a “deep depression” and had to seek out extensive psychiatric treatment.

BUT when you look at the facts, it seems that this is just another case of jealousy gone WAY TOO FAR.

Let us break it down for you:

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Jerry Sandusky's Lawyer Accidentally Gives Out Gay Phone Sex Hotline Number During Press Conference

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LOLz! Talk about a legal blooper!

During a press conference after waiving Jerry Sandusky's right to a preliminary hearing, Joe Amendola was speaking about the unrealistic chance that PSU officials were told of an alleged rape by Mike McQueary and proceeded to do nothing about it.

The conversation prompted the lawyer to quip, "I suggest you dial 1-800-REALITY."

His suggestion may not have been suitable for anyone younger than 18 because, apparently, that's a 99-cent-per-minute gay sex hotline!

We'd like to give a shoutout to Deadspin, the sports blog that made the priceless decision to actually call the number and recorded the hotline's intro, which states:

"Hey guys, welcome to the hottest place for triple-X action. Get ready for bulging, bursting pleasure with horny gay, bi, and bi-curious studs. Just 99 cents per minute."

We bet 1-800-REALITY's phones are ringing off the hook thanks Mr. Amendola's holiday gift of free publicity! Ha!

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Heartbreaking! Tyler Clementi's Parents Speak

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It's been well over a year since Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi committed suicide after his roommate Dharun Ravi streamed a video of Tyler with another man over the Internet.

For the first time since Tyler's death, his parents have decided to open about their son.

Here's what his mother Jane had to say:

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Dodgers' Season Ticket Holders File Motion To Protect Their Interests

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As you may know by now, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been experiencing some financial difficulty and owner Frank McCourt was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this past summer.

Now the team's faithful followers have filed a motion of their own to protect their interests as McCourt struggles through court proceedings to save his team.

Season ticket holders have filed court documents with the bankruptcy court in Delaware to establish a formal committee of more than 17,000 season ticket holders.

Since some have poured up to $150,000 a year into the team, their goal is to make sure Dodger funds are being used for what they consider the most important part of the "fan experience".

Basically, they want to make sure any money McCourt gets is used appropriately, for instance, to acquire new players, meet payroll, renovate the stadium, and operate concessions.

After a Giants fan suffered a brutal beating outside the stadium, the documents emphasize the need for increased security.

Sources report that if the motion is approved, they may have a voice in future decisions about the team.

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