Sad news — Johnny Strange has passed at the age of 23.
He may have been young, but the climber and thrill-seeker managed to establish himself as a prolific adventurer.
Johnny and a group of friends were reportedly wing-suiting in Switzerland on Thursday. Multiple sources are now reporting he died after something went wrong during one of his jumps.
Strange gained attention at just 17 when he became one of the youngest people to climb the seven summits, which represent the highest mountains in each of the seven continents.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this incredibly difficult time.
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Things have certainly taken a turn for the worse for Glory Johnson as her estranged wife Brittney Griner was given temporary, exclusive custody of their Arizona residence — despite the fact that she's pregnant with twins. Bummer.
In case you forgot, the WNBA stars called it quits a mere 28 days after their May nuptials. Not mention, the duo were also involved in a nasty domestic violence situation in the same home prior to their wedding. Yikes!
However, now it seems that Miz Johnson has been ordered by courts to evacuate her former abode and has to schedule a date when she can come pick up her belongings. In fact, it's also said that a police officer must accompany the pregnant basketball player to keep order during the packing up session.
This isn't the way to spend a Sunday…
As her husband Brent Grimes was busy doing his job as a football player with the NFL's Miami Dolphins, Miko Grimes was busy… head-butting police officers outside the stadium. Wait, what?!
According to cops, on Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium in Miami — where the Dolphins were playing a game against the Buffalo Bills — Miko got into a nasty altercation with police that included her head-butting an officer, and then being pinned to the ground and arrested.
It seems Miz Grimes went through a restricted area after cops told her not to, and when they confronted her about it, she became combative, landed the head butt, and then landed in jail.
Ch-ch-check out the video of the altercation's aftermath (below):
Looks like he's itching for that much-needed break to be over!
But it looks like he's ready and willing for the coach to put him back in! Unfortunately, this year's season JUST started, so it looks like he has a while to wait.
Not to mention, he has to get picked to play again.
However, the 25-year-old feels confident he can show the coaches he's worth signing — and totally focused on football — and has already fired his publicist and agent!
But since next season is still a ways off, Michael says, in the meantime, he's trying his hand at sportscasting, explaining:
"It's been a roller coaster. I've been trying to figure out what's next in my life. I've just come to a conclusion, as I take this break from football, I want to focus on my media training."
Do U think Michael will make the team in 2016? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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We've all heard the phrase "Get your head in the game", but we don't think it's meant for the referees!!
With all of the action going on in your standard football game, it's not really common to see field goals make their way to the highlight reel!
But Midland Lee kicker Luis Aranda is changing that with a pretty amazing trick shot that's taking the internet by storm!
And by "trick shot" we mean he kicked the ball right into the referee's face! And the best part is the field goal totally counts!!
Ch-ch-check out the hilarious moment (below)!
Say it ain't so!
As we previously reported, Tom Brady was added into Ben Affleck's nanny drama after Christine Ouzounian and the Oscar winner took a ride on the football star's private jet back in June. Not to mention the New England Patriots quarterback also let the babysitter try on his four Super Bowl rings.
As you can imagine, Gisele Bündchen was not thrilled by this bit of news and allegedly threatened her husband with divorce. Yikes!
Unfortunately, it's now rumored that there is a lot more about that trip the supermodel doesn't know about.
A source noted: