A 17-year-old teenager named Mohammad Khalid has tragically passed away after he attempted a dangerous stunt that he had seen in the movie 21 Jump Street… and in various other videos he had seen on the internet.
The move that the young man from Sterling, Virginia tried is called car surfing, and his death occurred when he and his 18-year-old friend were attempting the move in and on their car in a parking lot.
This is one of the worst cases of awful parenting that we've ever seen.
A 3-year-old boy named Austin Davis has died after his 24-year-old mother left him alone for TWENTY HOURS.
The mother's name is Megan McKeon, and she had left her young boy at their cabin in Steamboat Springs, Colorado on March 26th to go to work at a supermarket. However she didn't return until the next morning, and she found her son lying on his
Drama, drama, drama... but we wouldn't want it any other way!
Lisa Rinna and Yolanda Foster certainly aren't saving all the confrontations for the camera, as the two reality stars went at it on Wednesday over questions surrounding the former model's children Bella and Anwar Hadid's battle with Lyme disease.
In case you missed last night's episode of RHOBH, new housewife Erika Girardi clearly told Foster that Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump were casting doubt on her kids' diagnosis.
Later, Rinna apologized to Foster for accusing her of Munchausen syndrome -- which is when those affected feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma to draw attention...
THEN Foster confronted Vanderpump and Richards saying that it was Rinna (not Girardi) who told her about their betrayal while offering the kids' medical records as proof of their illness.
So basically, all the women thought Foster was just looking for attention by saying her kids have Lyme disease, Girardi told Foster about it, Foster threw Rinna under the bus, and now there's hell to pay.
Following the episode, both housewives took to Twitter to share their sides of the story: