19 Kids And Counting Star Derick Dillard Causes Uproar With Video Of Him Purposely Trying To Run Over A Cat While Sledding!
PETA is not going to be happy about this!
He captioned the clip:
This is so crazy!
A new study by Ohio State University Professor Jesse Fox found that men who post tons of selfies online tend to be a little more… psycho.
The study showed that men who took hella selfies also happened to exhibit higher levels of narcissism and psychopathy!
Obsessing over what filter to use didn't make things better. Those men were found to have even more intense narcissism and self-objectification.
The study itself consisted of men aged 18-40 filling out online surveys about their selfie habits. Then they filled out a questionnaire about anti-social behavior and objectification.
After about 800 men participated, the study found that
We just hope she's doing well!
On last night's episode of Watch What Happens Live, a viewer asked co-star Kyle Richards if she's been in contact with the former model regarding her health status.
She told Andy Cohen:
Well, this is an odd story.
Dr. Phil is facing another lawsuit, and this one is just crazy!
A man named Matthew Barasch is suing the talk show host for, in his opinion, making him come across as mentally ill when he appeared on the show last year.
While the Attorney is aware that his paranoia may have come across as a bit strange to viewers, he's suing because he only agreed to appear on the series under the stipulation that he be treated fairly; an agreement which he said was not followed.
Matthew believes that he's being stalked by government officials, police, and just about everyone in between, and is now suing Dr. Phil for $100 Million for trivializing his situation.
And not only does his story sound scary, he even goes as far to say that he thinks police planted meth in his home!
We feel bad for Matt that he looked a tad delusional on TV, but his case against his stalkers isn't entirely farfetched.
Ch-ch-check out the segment and decide for yourself (below)!!!
It's being reported that boxer Muhammad Ali "stopped breathing" on Friday night and was hospitalized on Saturday with pneumonia. A source said:
"[Family members] called 911. He was revived by the paramedics and is in ICU with fluid on the lungs. He is on a respirator and IV's."
Ali's daughters Laila and Hana rushed to Phoenix, Arizona to be with their father, who is now in stable condition, but because of his battle with Parkinson's disease, every hospital visit is a scary one. His 73rd birthday is on January 17th.
A friend recently explained that the boxing legend's health has been "rapidly declining" this last year, and that he can no longer speak. Reportedly, Ali's wife Lonnie will give an update on his health soon.
We're wishing the champ a speedy recovery!
Sony and The Interview aren't the only movie-related topics making headlines this week.
That's because the parents of the man who is accused of shooting up the Aurora, CO, movie theater during the Dark Knight Rises premiere have decided what they want for their son.
Robert and Arlene Holmes believe that their 27-year-old son should be institutionalized for the rest of his life because they say his crime was an act of insanity.
All of this wild behavior from Creed's Scott Stapp just keeps getting crazier!
Scott's wife, Jaclyn, and his sister-in-law placed a call to 9-1-1 call asking for help from law enforcement after the 41-year-old vocalist was bicycling around his Florida neighborhood shirtless, carrying two backpacks full of tools and 400-600 pages of printed CIA documents.
According to the call, Stapp believes he is a targeted CIA agent whose mission is to assassinate
This is so sad to hear.
We told you about Scott Stapp's recent problems earlier this week, but it seems things are much worse and much scarier than it all originally seemed.
It is reported that Scott was placed on a psych hold after suffering alleged drug-fueled paranoid delusions. We hear he believes he is a marked man and thinks his kids will be attacked by ISIS.
A Madison County Florida Sheriff's Dept. report allegedly shows that he was found on the side of the road on November 13th appearing wasted, rambling, and claiming someone was trying to poison him. That led to him being placed on a 72-hour psych hold.