Nancy Grace and Jane Velez Mitchell can breathe a sigh of relief!
David Lee Simpson, the 48-year old man who threatened to tie them naked to a tree, "leave them to suffer all night," and then slit their throats, has been caught, having guns, binoculars, zip ties, a knife and a police radio in his possession at the time of his arrest.
What the what! Glad this American Horror Story has been put behind bars!
David was apparently upset about the hosts' coverage of the Jodi Arias trial when he made the threats. According to one source however, CNN didn't take these threats lightly:
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A girl's gotta eat, right?!?
Miss America Mallory Hagan recently made an appearance on Anderson Live to defend her new curvier physique, and because she admitted that she likes to eat carbs from time to time, she's NOT apologizing for packing on some pounds!!
The bikini-clad bombshell was spotted in Hawaii with Miss Hawaii Skyler Kamaka earlier this week, and while both women obviously gained weight, Mallory was quick to snub everyone and told guest hosts Tamar Braxton and Jane Velez-Mitchell that she is HUMAN.
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Animal rights activists are furious with the monkey experiments being done at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and because of their anger, a debate was called and is being led by Jane Velez-Mitchell.
The tests that have the activists in a frenzy are being performed on Rhesus Monkeys. During the experiments, the babies are taken from their moms at birth and are then put through several observations that whip up fear or anxiety.
But that's not even the worst part.
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In her upcoming book Addict Nation, author/HLN TV Host Jane Velez-Mitchell explores the notion that Americans have "cultural addictions" that spread much further than just drugs and alcohol.
Some aspects of our culture that Jane thinks we're collectively addicted to include the Internet, compulsive social networking, television, and celebrities.
Sounds like fascinating subject matter, although we couldn't POSSIBLY imagine anyone being addicted to celebrity. How much time can a person possibly devote to that? LOLz!
According to Jane, the media, government, AND private sector "are also culturally hooked on these destructive customs and therefore justify, romanticize, and promote them–in essence, becoming "pushers."
Def an inneresting take on the concept of "addiction." Guess we'll see what else Jane has to say on the subject when the book comes out next month!
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