This story is HIGHlarious!!!
An inmate at the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections is suing Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian, claiming he experienced "extreme emotional distress due to their outrageousness of actions."
D.J. Goodson says he was forced to watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami and became permanently scarred after watching domestic abuse from a boxing match with Kim on an episode, as well as emotional abuse from Kourtney's "rantings." The lawsuit also states that he went under distress from racism after Khloe referred to a doll as "the black baby."
He is currently suing for $75,000.
Oh bb, we're actually, really rooting for you! Honest! We only wish we came up with the idea first!
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Tags: emotional distress, inmate, lols, suing
Gwen Stefani was looking like a fashionable inmate as she was leaving her parents house on Wednesday.
The singer turned designer can pull off a lot of looks, unfortunately for her this dress isn't one of them.
Also we can't help but notice Gwen was looking a little fuller in the stomach. Let the pregnancy rumors begin!
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Tags: inmate, jail, prison, striped dress, stripes, west hollywood
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We all know the deal - Lindsay was ordered to 90 days in jail and 90 days in rehab.
But now sources are saying that she could get special treatment if Judge Marsha Revel orders her to attend a special program for addicts.
In what is called the Impact Program, inmates attend an intense 12-step program for five hours a day, seven days a week.
But the catch is that if the judge does order her to the inmate program, she would have to serve the full 90 days behind bars.
So what what would be the best plan for Lindsanity?? Going to jail where she will most likely only serve 20-25 days and then attend a fancy, posh celeb rehab center - or commit to only 90 days behind bars where she will apparently get the help she needs
and will ignore?
Hmm, we don't know. Choices, choices.
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Tags: impact program, inmate, jail, judge marsha revel, rehab