Olympian Lolo Jones was the first contestant eliminated from Dancing With the Stars premiere last night. Lolo, 32, took to Facebook to write a depressing post so full of self-pity that friends expressed concern for her.
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is not backing down despite criticism over a .20 cent tip he left at a Philly burger joint.
Tommy Up, the owner of PYT restaurant, wrote a sharply worded Facebook post calling McCoy a bad customer.
The mother of a 5-year-old elementary school student is rejecting the school’s claims that the girl injured herself during a fall on the playground.
Lacey Harris says her daughter AvaLynn’s facial injuries were caused by a playground bully. But the school says that’s not so.
A Kansas City, Mo. cop is facing an internal review after posting racist statements on Facebook about Mike Brown, the 18-year-old unarmed youth who was gunned down by a Ferguson, Mo. cop.
Officer Marc Catron posted the wrong photo of Brown which he captioned: “I’m sure young Michael Brown is innocent and just misunderstood. I’m sure he is a pillar of the Ferguson community.”
Normally Beyonce runs a very tight ship. It is an extremely rare occurrence when an insider breaks rank and speaks to the media about the Beyonce’s inner sanctum. Getting information from behind Beyonce’s iron curtain is like pulling teeth (I know because I’ve tried on numerous occasions).
Hot Felon Jeremy Meeks, the convict whose mugshot launched a thousand memes, appeared in a Stockton, CA. courtroom today. Meeks became an overnight sensation when his mugshot went viral on Facebook following his arrest on weapons charges last month. He and 3 cohorts were busted in a weapons sting that netted automatic rifles and drugs. As a result of all the publicity, Meeks retained a “talent agent” who denied reports that Meeks landed a $30,000 modeling contract as well as an offer to do p0rn. “There is no p0rn offer,” Gina Rodriguez wrote in an email to USA TODAY Network. Meanwhile, Meeks continues to make lonely hearts flutter online. A fan page dedicated to the hunky convict has over 220,000 Likes.
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The story went viral on Facebook last week after the girl’s aunt wrote a post claiming the child and her grandmother were asked to leave a Kentucky Fried Chicken location because her facial scars scared the customers.
The scam resulted in “the family bilking the public and professionals for more than $135,000 in cash, as well as gifts and free surgeries,” writes the Laurel Leader-Call.