The Laguna Beach and Hills alum sat down with Oprah Winfreyfor her Where Are They Now? series (which airs this Sunday), to discuss her days as the "bad girl" on MTV — and her experience was NOT a positive one.
This makes us absolutely ill. Completely disgusting.
Two girls from Florida are currently facing cyberstalking charges after allegedly creating a Facebook profile for a girl from their high school, and uploading photoshopped, pornographic images of her onto the page!
According to investigators, Taylor Wynn, 16, and McKenzie Barker, 15, created the two pages “as a joke because she thought it would be funny. Because nobody liked her.”
Their idea of 'funny' was to crop the girl's head on top of a “nude prepubescent girl’s body,” with an erect penis “by the victim’s face.” In the 'About Me' section of the page, they wrote about the victim “As you may know, I am a huge whore. I love dick so much.”
Since the page's creation in late-April of last year - which, most disturbing of all, reportedly garnered up to 181 friends - the victim has been subject to “numerous incidents of teasing and ridicule” at her High School.
Investigators learned about the hoax last year and used search warrants and subpoenas to link Wynn to the crime via an IP address in her mother's name.
The girls were arrested this week and charged with a felony count of aggravated stalking of a minor under 16.
As they should be. We don't know how some people can look at this kind of outright malicious cruelty and think it's not only acceptable, but FUNNY.
We sincerely hope that these girls realize how serious their actions are, as well as anyone else who considers victimizing any of their peers in a similar fashion.
Michelle Williams recently gave an interview to Nightline, in which she appeared to be opening up about the death of Heath Ledger - but now she's claiming that they manipulated what she meant to say - all through the editing of the segment!
"I just had an experience with Nightline that got edited in such a way that seemed as if I did go too far. It was a three-hour interview that was edited in such a way that was devastating to me. They used those few quotes and the way they edited the piece to sell the interview, and it appeared as if I were breaking some kind of silence and sitting down with the express purpose to discuss something that is very private to me. I experienced a lot of loss after his death. I lost my city because of all the paparazzi descending upon us. I actually lost my journal during that time, oddly enough. I literally couldn't hold on to anything. It felt as if things were literally slipping through my fingers."
So unfortunate that they would take advantage of her willingness to discuss such a private issue, and then try to sensationalize and exploit it!
Especially when she always appears to be nothing but lovely!
We're glad you're speaking up, bb! This sort of thing shouldn't happen!
Thoughts?? Do U think Michelle's feelings are justified??
The National Enquirer is reporting that Teen Mom's Amber Portwood is claiming that MTV producers paid her to hit her former fiance Gary Shirley, because they thought that it would add more drama to the reality series!
Portwood, who is now facing one misdemeanor and two felony charges of domestic violence and battery, was apparently told to "get physical" with her baby daddy and paid an extra $1,000!
A source explains:
"Amber knows she needs a good defense, and reality show producers are known to stage scenes, so she thinks it's believable. She says that the producers were concerned because they don't get much drama from the other moms. They told her that she and Gary were the most popular couple on the show and that they would pay her extra to provoke a fight. Amber says Gary didn't know about it because they wanted a 'spontaneous' reaction from him. She can't believe MTV would put her in this position. It will negatively affect her for the rest of her life if she ends up having felonies on her record. The producers lead (the cast) to believe they can do whatever they want without repercussion because they are stars."
But didn't she realize that those apparent 'suggestions' from producers were against the law?! We're not sure about this one, but if it IS true, we hope that they can prove it in court.
What do U think?? Is this story bullshiz or do you think Amber was set up?
We're pretty stunned. Especially because we may have been fooled by it.
Writer and activist Micheal Stinson, who apparently hates Sarah Palin more than we do, flew to El Lay with his wife to be in the audience during the newly re-Leno'd Tonight Show, which featured the Alaskan trainwreck as a guest on its second night.
Now Stinson has come forward with some SHOCKING allegations against NBC and the talk show, claiming they manipulated Sexy Sarah's interview by dubbing laugh tracks over to make her appear funny and well-received, when apparently she got nothing but awkward silence her ENTIRE segment.
You can read the full article here, but it's a little lengthy, so here are some highlights:
But when Jay brought out Sarah Palin, she was completely nerved. Watch the video, check out her breathing, she's freaked and talks a mile a minute. Both my wife and I agreed - when you actually get close enough, she's just plain creepy, and those yech vibes filled the room.
And while NBC Sold Palin, she sold her body, jiggling, teasing, pushing the cutesy-pie, what we used to call in the military, a "prick tease." She short circuits brains, deflects the fact that most of what she says is nonsense or hateful, as lizard layers of right wing men's brains hum a sexual fantasy tune, and women who have thrown all sense of propriety to the wind, watching her strip, want to be just like her. Rich. Stupid. The sweet "Bite Me" bitch attitude she's honed to an art form. No, she doesn't just "wink" - she uses her whole body to sell the package. Turn off the sound, just watch her body language. I find it whorish, repulsive, and I'm no prude.
They added laughter where there was none during uncomfortable portions. Well, there was some laughter. Mine, of derision. During those pregnant pauses in her performance I was laughing long and loud, couldn't help myself as much of what she was saying was utterly surreal, ridiculous, hypocritical - nonsense, spewed platitudes, pushed buttons. I was seriously thinking of leaving as it was getting hysterically unfunny.
After sitting through the taping of the show in the studio I can recount many portions where there was little or no laughter or response, but at the later broadcast they are smoothed over with applause and laughter that WERE NOT THERE at the taping. Groans, hoots, grumbling, or just dead silence - all missing.
They should bear some responsibilty for hawking a defective product. This is corporate shilling in the worst way, not only to raise Leno's ratings, but to push Palin on a crowd with fake laughter and applause. The applause sign is one thing, an American institution. But INSERTING Laughter for Sarah Palin? Try to realize that while you may be laughing at the things she says, because she's a train wreck, the corporate powers that be are ADJUSTING the laughter so it appears APPROPRIATE. I worked in a mental institution. The very basic definition of insanity is "inappropriate laughter" WHO decides what's "appropriate?" Apparently, corporations. Not you. The Tonight Show is a lie, more than ever a corporate shill that's performing a cultural engineering service. Selling garbage, that is literally ruinous to our nation and women's rights.
While this dude clearly has a serious agenda against Palin, if he's being 100% truthful, this is seriously effed up and despicable.
Once again, this proves that Jay Leno has no problem being a complete DOUCHE and throwing whatever is in his way - whether it be what's left of his integrity or a certain unnamed ginge - under one of his 745 cars to get more publicity and money.
Hopefully audiences at home will see the segment and establish on their own what an effing hateful psychopath Palin is, but to deliberately attempt to manipulate viewer's opinions through laugh tracks - gross.
Shame on you, NBC.
What do U think? Was anybody else there who can vouche for or deny this report??