Socialite and reality TV star Khloe Kardashian and her NBA star husband Lamar Odom are accused of running a charity scam.
According to an investigation by ESPN, eight charities connected with sports stars have allegedly misused the cash they rake in.
Sharon Tirabassi is a generous soul. So generous that she gave away half of her $10.5 million Lotto Super 7 winnings and blew through the rest.
Today, the 35-year-old “penniless millionaire” rides the bus to work and struggles to make ends meet until her next paycheck.
Nine years ago, Tirabassi, of Hamilton, Ontario Canada, cashed in her winning Powerball ticket and collected $10,569,000.10.
At first Tirabassi and her then-boyfriend, Vinny, also 35, were ecstatic at their good fortune. They shared the wealth with family and close friends, lavishing their loved ones with gifts, cash, cars, and exotic trips. She gave her parents $1 million cash and divided another $1.75 million among her siblings.
Police were called to a suburban Detroit grade school to investigate a report of a student with $20,000 in a backpack, WDIV reports.
The unidentified 12-year-old girl arrived at the school Monday morning and immediately began handing out crisp $100 bills to students in her classroom. The school’s principal called the police when it was determined the student was walking around with $20,000 in cold hard cash in her backpack.
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In 2011, I wrote a post titled How to Snag a True Baller. The purpose of my post was to help women separate the fluff from the true ballers by educating herself on what ballers like.
Groupies are a dime a dozen, but it takes a certain type of woman to marry up.
Knowledge is what separates groupies from women who snag True Ballers
The NY Post published an article about well-heeled New York men who set themselves apart from the rest by showcasing their refined tastes on their wrists.
But not all successful men want to get married. Some want to play the field, so it pays to know the game.
Newly divorced Manhattan surgeon Robert Huang flashes a $80,000 Rolex during his interview with the NY Post.
“Women want to see a man as being successful and, along with upscale clothes and shoes, a good watch is an established symbol of success,” says Huang, who is seeking a “younger woman for companionship, not marriage.”
“They want a man who can give them security and it highlights the fact you’re that type of guy.”
Unemployed NFL player Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson is far from broke. The out of work reality TV star detailed his current financial situation in court documents filed as part of his ongoing child support case in Miami.
Johnson has a spotty employment history. His professional problems stem from his inability to control his big mouth, rather than his skills on the field.
Johnson, 34, was waived by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2011 — after spending 10 years with the ball club. Then the Patriots showed him the door after acquiring him in July 2011. Earlier this year, the Miami Dolphins took a chance on Johnson after the Pats cut him loose.
But the Dolphins quickly realized their mistake and gave him the boot one day after he was arrested for going off-script and head-butting his “wife” Evelyn Lozada.
The possible 2nd Powerball jackpot ticket holder seen celebrating on a Maryland gas station video has been located.
Just one day after his celebration was captured on the gas station cameras — and shown on news programs all over the country — the man was back at work for the Virginia DOT, where a reporter attempted to interview him.