Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • Singer and former "The Voice" judge, Cee Lo Green, whose real name is Thomas DeCarlo Calloway, 38, has plead "no contest" to the felony count steaming from drugging a woman with ecstasy while dining at a restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles. A police investigation occurred after a 33-year-old woman reported to authorities that Green put ecstasy in her drink while they dined ...
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  • 'Sons Of Guns' Star Will Hayden Arrested For Repeatedly Raping A Minor

    || 10-Sep-2014

    Star of Discovery Channel's hit show "Sons of Guns", Will Hayden, was arrested for the second time this month for repeatedly raping a minor. Hayden is accused of orally and vaginally raping a minor, Hayden's daughter, 12, since March 2013 and taking her virginity at the age of 11-years-old. According to documents from an interview with detectives, Hayden's daughter reported ...
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  • Girls Gone Wild' Founder Joe Francis Has A $500,000 Warrant Out For His Arrest

    || 8-Sep-2014

    The founder of the 'Girls Gone Wild' video empire, Joe Francis, 41, has a $500,000 warrant out for his arrest resulting from seven charges related to an incident at the "Girls Gone Wild" headquarters that involved a physical altercation with pushing and shoving. Francis is accused of multiple counts of making criminal threats, trespassing, battery and disobeying the Court. ...
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