Blog Posts in February, 2015

  • Former Pro Football Player, Warren Sapp, Arrested For Soliciting Prostitutes And Assault

    || 9-Feb-2015

    Warren Sapp, 42, former NFL defensive tackle and pro football hall of famer, was arrested for soliciting prostitution and assault while in Arizona for the NFL title game as an analyst for the NFL Network. Police officers were investigating a noise complaint at a Downtown hotel, when a female contacted police to report that she had been assaulted. The incident occurred in a guest room, after she ...
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  • Conrad Hilton, 20, younger brother of socialite Paris Hilton, has been arrested and charged after intimidating and assaulting flight attendants aboard a flight that was Los Angeles bound from London. Immediately after take-off, Hilton began disrupting the flight by pacing up and down the aisles blocking the flight attendants, causing drink service to be delayed for almost 40 minutes. Hilton began ...
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  • 'Suge' Knight Arrested For Murder Related To Fatal Hit-And-Run

    || 5-Feb-2015

    Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, 49, founder of Death Row Records, faces multiple felony charges for running over two men in his vehicle and fleeing the scene of the crime. An argument occurred between two men, Terry Carter, 55, and Cle “Bone” Sloan, 51, and Knight at a film shoot for a promotional video for “Straight out of Compton”. Knight was ordered to leave the video ...
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