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Madonna's Stalker's Storage Locker Revealed, Is Just As Creepy As You Think

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Madonna Stalker Locker

Remember Madonna's stalker? Robert Dewey Hoskins?

The one that served a 10-year sentence for doing it?

Yeah, well, he had this storage locker and stopped paying for it. So the owner of the lockers had the right to sell it off. So they opened it.

Know what they found?

Lots and lots Madonna memorabilia. CDs and photos. Oh, and condoms, women's jewelry, box cutters, scissors, a bible and probably the creepiest mask ever!

NOT COOL!

The LAPD is going to investigate the contents, because when it was sold they didn't know who the owner was until they found paperwork and prescription bottles inside.

Wonder what drives someone do things like this??

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Whitney Visited Doctors THREE Times in Eight Days Before Her Death!

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This definitely casts a shadow over Whitney Houston's doctors.

The singer visit the doctor THREE times during the week of her death. It isn't known if she visited the same doctor all three times but that's definitely a cause for concern.

Whitney's doctors have been subpoenaed and their medical records will reveal if anything fishy was going on.

Her last visit was February 10th, two days before her death.

Melanie Amaro saw her on the 10th, and she was visiting a throat doctor.

We're DEFINITELY interested to see where this goes…

Three visits in eight days? We hope nothing was seriously wrong.

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Frances Bean Blames Courtney Love For The Death Of Her Pets

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Oh wow. So terrible…

In a new book, Courtney Comes Clean, writer Maer Roshan spent more than a year interviewing and communicating with Courtney Love to write his book.

He also researched Courtney's daughter Frances Bean Cobain, including looking over several pages of the sealed deposition papers that were drafted when Frances filed a restraining order against Courtney back in 2009.

And now we know why a restraining order was requested.

The book describes how Frances alleged that Courtney was responsible for the death of her pets, a cat and a dog, due to her hoarding and her drugging.

In a sworn statement, Frances said that her cat died after getting entangled in piles of fabrics, boxes of paperwork and trash that Courtney had accumulated over the years.

She also said that her dog died after swallowing some of Courtney's pills.

Horrible!!!!

Frances also said she was worried that her mom would start a fire in the house because she often fell asleep smoking a cigarette.

And according to her, Courtney lives on just pills and cigs. Frances said:

"She basically exists now on…Xanax, Adderall, Sonata and Abilify, sugar and cigarettes. She rarely eats."

Love says that she's "not a junkie anymore," but that she only takes "legally prescribed medications."

Mmm-hmm. Those can still do some major damage.

Poor Frances. She's gone through so much at such a young age and never had an actual adult role model to look up to.

We're amazed at how normal she's become.

Courtney needs help. Major, major help.

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UK Pharmaceutical Company Creates Pot Pill

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If you think medical marijuana cards are crazy, prepare to go nuts!

A pharmaceutical company in the United Kingdom has created the first prescription drug from marijuana plants, which has already been approved in Canada, New Zealand, and 8 other European countries.

Sativex was developed to treat multiple sclerosis patients with symptoms including neuropathic pain, spasticity and overactive bladder, but also has the potential to treat pain caused by cancer.

If it works, it sounds great to us! However, just because other countries are using cannabis in medicine doesn't mean the FDA will allow it here (except all those pot stores we see all over El Lay).

Check out the quick video above to get the basic info and let us know if U think this medicine should be approved for usage in the United States!

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Heather Locklear Rushed To Hospital After Cocktail Of Prescription Pills & Alcohol

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Oh no. We hope this was some sort of mix-up, not evidence of a bigger, more serious problem.

Last night, Heather Locklear was taken to an L.A. hospital after she ingested a lethal mix of prescription drugs and alcohol. We hear that it was her sister who found Heather yesterday afternoon in "danger" and immediately called 911. Once the paramedics arrived, she was deemed worse enough condition to be hospitalized.

According to a hospital rep,

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Poor Plan B Policy Is Angering Students At New Jersey's Ramapo College

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Plan B

And anyone else who thinks the emergency contraceptives should be readily available to anyone meeting the age requirements.

Plan B, otherwise known as "the morning-after pill", is causing controversy with female students at New Jersey's Ramapo College where it is more difficult than it needs to be for them to get their hands on it.

Female students not only have to make an appointment with Health Services to get the over-the-counter contraceptive, but they have to give unnecessary details about their sex lives and even sit through a lecture about safe sex as if 18 is no longer the legal age for adulthood.

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Government Vetoes FDA's Recommendation For Over-The-Counter Morning-After Pill

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Plan B one step

Despite the Food and Drug Administrations recommendation to allow "the morning-after pill" to become an over-the-counter drug without age restrictions, the Obama administration has said it will remain a prescription for anyone 16 and under, while 17-year-olds must ask a pharmacist for it.

After reviewing data and research on the subject matter for ten months, FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said:

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