Rapper The Game stands accused of beating the brakes off his baby mama, school teacher Tiffney Cambridge. The Game and Tiffney star in a reality TV show titled Marrying The Game. Is it just a coincidence that these incidents always seem to occur before a reality show is set to return for a new season? I’m not buying this one.
Finesse Dawson died a brutal death at the hands of the man who vowed to love and protect her forever. Derrick McLaurence Williams, 32, was convicted of beating and strangling Dawson on Dec. 5, 2012.
He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Homicide investigators believe a Houston man held in connection with the murders of a lesbian couple did not approve of his daughter’s lifestyle.
Larry Crosby, Jr., 46, is charged with 2 counts of tampering with evidence in the murders of his daughter, Britney Cosby, and her girlfriend, Crystal Jackson, both 24.
A beer deliveryman discovered the womens’ bodies next to a dumpster behind the Fisherman’s Cove Food Mart in the 700 block of Highway 87 in Port Bolivar, Texas on Friday, March 7. The bodies were dumped between the garbage bin and an abandoned, boarded up building.
The following celebrity mugshot arrived in my email In box courtesy of a loyal reader who regularly scours arrest records in Georgia for HOT TEA. The tipster may be someone close to Phaedra Park’s camp for all we know.
Sip this TEA with caution. We don’t know all of the details behind her arrest.
A West London radio station has banned Beyonce’s latest single from the station’s airwaves due to the song’s raunchy lyrics.
Bang FM banned Beyonce’s single “Drunk In Love” off her newly released self-titled album because the song contains “promotion of domestic violence against women.”
A Washington woman was sentenced to over 30 years in prison for the systematic torture of her 13-year-old brother-in-law, the NY Daily News reports.
Police arrested Brandon Gunn, 27, and Viviana Gunn, 34, after the boy was found sleeping on a park bench. The boy’s harrowing tale of torture and abuse led police to seek a search warrant of the Gunn’s Kitsap County home west of Seattle.
Sheriff’s deputies discovered blood stains on a door and walls that were consistent with the boy being whipped with an electric cord and beaten with a bat and metal bar.