Pastor turned reality TV star Domonique Scott was arrested for grand larceny, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Pastor Scott, star of TLC’s “The Sisterhood,” is charged with first-degree forgery and three counts of giving false statements, authorities told the AJC.
Rap mogul Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and his Ludacris Foundation are always busiest around the holidays. Unlike other foundations that give back only during tax season (I SEE YOU, Jay Z), Luda and his mom, Roberta Shields, give back to the community year round.
Two teenagers have been arrested in the death of V’ondra Olivaria who was shot Saturday night in her Clayton County home, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Olivaria’s mother told the AJC a teenage boy politely shook her hand when he and a friend came to her house to visit her daughters Saturday night.
Within minutes, she said, that same teenager shot and killed her 16-year-old daughter.
“My baby was in her room thinking she was safe from the harmful stuff outside,” Yolanda Rincon told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Monday. “But the devil let loose in this house.”
The reward for information leading to the capture of an Atlanta cop shooter has increased to $10,000, thanks to a hefty donation from reality show couple Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas.
Thomas, who stars in Real Housewives of Atlanta, said he donated $5,000 to the fund for information about the cop shooter because he wanted to challenge fellow business owners to donate.
“This is a challenge to business owners,” said Thomas, who owns Bar One Tapas Lounge on Memorial Drive, not far from where Atlanta Police Officer Christopher L. Smith was shot on Saturday. “They should match my $5,000 to get this cop killer off the street.”
Gay rights groups are calling for a boycott after an Atlanta bar denied entry to a popular cross dressing performer.
A bouncer at Don Pollo Bar and Grill on Buford Highway denied entry to drag queen performer Alissah Brooks, whose driver’s license identified him as a male, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“My reaction is simply just surprised… So it feels awkward,” Brooks told Project Q Atlanta. ” (I) Feel a little less than.”
Brooks and his friends walked back to their cars after the encounter with the bouncer. But one friend returned to the door to pester the bouncer with questions — and videotape his answers.
A Chapel Hill Elementary school student was struck by a car and killed while trick or treating with her family on Halloween night.
The Atlanta Journal-Constituion reports 5-year-old Autumn Mack was trick or treating with a group of people, including her parents, when she skipped ahead of the group and was hit by a minivan.
The accident happened on Pepperdine Drive around 7 p.m., according to Atlanta police.
A Westlake high school cheerleader has broken the Guinness Book of World Records for the most consecutive back handsprings at 44. Mikayla Clark, 16, broke the previous record of 36 consecutive back handsprings. Clark accomplished the amazing feat at her school’s homecoming game.
“I’m very proud of her,” said her high school coach, Ashley Clark.
Congrats to Mikayla! Watch the video after the break.