Category: crime


Lindsay Lohan

It looks like the Lohan roller-coaster may have come to a full and unexpected stop yesterday and Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail for probation violations stemming from her alcohol counseling classes.

Lohan seemed shocked as the judge handed down her sentence but upon close inspection of her hands, seemed entirely defiant.

Dallas Police have released video of Tennessee Titan QB Vince Young in a back room altercation at a strip club over the weekend. While the cause of the fight has not been released, reports suggest that Young was extremely cooperative with authorities and could face a fine of up to $500.

While the fight is not expected to draw punishment from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, it does come as a surprise to some who followed Young’s personal struggles off the field over the last 2 seasons.

Chris Brown has been denied access to Great Britain as part of a small summer tour series due to his conviction from a 2009 assault on his then-girlfriend Rihanna.

Popeater.com is reporting:

Officials confirmed to BBC News that the singer’s visa application was scuttled: “We reserve the right to refuse entry to the UK to anyone guilty of a serious criminal offense. Public safety is one of our primary concerns.”

Brown took to Twitter last night to express his disappointment in the visa denial but has since deleted those comments.

Good Morning America is beginning to air clips of Robin Robert’s interview with Chris Brown. Expect the full interview to air in its entirety on ABC’s 20/20 on December 5th at 10pm.

I don’t know about ya’ll but I’m ready for everyone to move on and progress from this. Let’s get some positive buzz from both artists in 2010.


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Casey Johnson, heiress to the Johnson & Johnson fortune and daughter of Jets owner Woody Johnson, is under arrest for grand theft after she allegedly stole dozens of pieces of clothing, jewelry and other items from supermodel and friend Jasmine Lennard (pictured above left).

According the The NY Post, Lennard alleged

“that the thief stole jewelry, shoes, 600 pages of a legal document, clothing — even her underwear…

…The thief also left a bizarre calling card — a used vibrator was found in her bed and a wet towel was on the floor.”

The burglary is believed to have happened while Lennard was traveling over the past month and a half. Casey, who has long struggled with drugs and alcohol was arrested at 12:30 this morning and released on $20,000 bond.

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17 people across Germany and Switzerland have been arrested in connection with a gambling ring believed to have fixed more than 200 soccer matches across 9 countries in Europe. Authorities believe that they have only touched the surface of the scandal which includes the bribing of players, officials and trainers. Approximately $1.5 million was recovered in more than 50 raids across the continent. According to The New York Times:

“Among the games under suspicion are three in the Champions League, the prestigious tournament for Europe’s best teams.”

The good news for soccer fans of some of the most elite players and teams is

…the investigation has not uncovered evidence of match fixing in any of the top-flight leagues in England, Spain, Italy or France. The stars of the sport, paid salaries upward of $5 million, are not likely to be susceptible to bribes, officials said. They emphasized that the marquee clubs like Barcelona, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and A.C. Milan so far were not suspected of fixing games.

The scale of corruption is expected to be far bigger than anything previously assumed as the investigation is on-going.

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The Atlanta Journal Constitution is reporting that death of Kandi Burruss’s ex-fiance A.J. Jewell has been deemed a homicide. While the autopsy reports show that Jewell ultimately died of complications from Sickle-Cell Anemia, the medical examiner said:

“Although Mr. Jewell died of complications of his underlying natural disease conditions, [the] complications would not have occurred if he had not experienced the extreme exertion that was part of the physical altercation,” the report said. “Due to the active involvement of another person, the manner of death is classified as a homicide.”


Jewell was part of a physical altercation outside of an Atlanta strip club, an establishment that Jewell was rumored to be investing in.

Read the full story here | ajc.com


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It appears the recession has officially affected everyone … now even gum has become too expensive! Connecticut police have reported an increase in chewing-gum theft across one of the wealthiest states in the country. Authorities say the thefts began in March and the criminals intended to sell the gum for drug money.

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