when she was arrested this past tuesday was NOT hers. She said they didn’t know they were in her home. Not only was she arrested for that but also there are claims that she was in a domestic dispute with her husband in which they both got physical. It’s hard to feel sorry for Jenelle when she keeps putting herself these types of situations she’s been in trouble for before.
During an interview with E! News, Wiz and Amber Rose revealed that their smoking habits will not change when their son is born.
Even though Wiz doesn’t plan to quit the green stuff any time soon, he did say he would monitor his habits.
“I’m not going to be smoking right there over the baby… But definitely he’s going to know what it is—and he’ll know the difference between being a child and not being able to use it and being an adult and knowing how to use it,” he said in the interview.
Wiz’s fiancé Amber agreed, saying, “It’s just like alcohol, basically. When you’re a kid, you know that you’re not supposed to drink alcohol… Our son is just going to know that daddy likes to smoke.”
Maybe any press isn’t always good press? Country singer, LeAnn Rimes, seemed drunk, unstable and looked like a hot mess on the X Factor stage last Wednesday as she was performing her hit “How do I live” with finalist Carly Rose Sonenclar. Not to mention, LeAnn stumbled a couple of times and tried to out sing the 13 year old, often shouting. She sounded horrible! Check out the embarrassment below!
(Country singer Tate Stevens won X Factor and LeAnn Rimes stated she wasn’t on any drugs or alcohol during this performance.)
The actor, Jeff Conaway has died on Friday, May 27th. He is well known for his work on ‘Taxi’ and his most famous role in ‘Grease.’ Conaway was checked into an LA hospital on May 11. As of May 26, he was reported to have been experiencing no brain activity.
In 2008, Conaway joined celebrity doctor Drew Pinsky’s VH1 show, ‘Celebrity Rehab,’ to address his addiction to drugs and alcohol. Word spread that he was hospitalized due to a prescription drug overdose, but Pinsky later said he was suffering from pneumonia and sepsis, a dangerous blood infection.
UPDATE: Bruno Mars Goes from Narcotics Bust to New Album
Mars was a star on the rise at the House of Blues last August. It seems like Bruno Mars is only going to finding success.
“It’s been a long journey, and I’m finally getting my shot,” Bruno Mars said in a statement.
Then in September, Mars was busted in Las Vegas, Nevada, for drugs. Police allege he had 2.6 grams of cocaine in the left front pocket of his jeans. Just as critics wondered whether the arrest would hurt his career, his latest single, “Just the Way You Are,” shot to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
His highly anticipated debut album, “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” hit store shelves four days after Mars — whose real name is Peter Hernandez — found himself charged with felony posession of a controlled substance. His label, Elektra Records, issued this statement: “We congratulate Bruno Mars on his chart topping success, and provide him with our full love and support.”
A veteran CBS Radio News correspondent was arrested early Saturday on drug charges after police searched his Northwest Washington home, and found marijuana plants growing in his yard, authorities said.
Police arrested Howard Arenstein and his wife at their home in the 3500 block of T Street and charged them with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Arenstein is married to Orly Azoulay, Washington correspondent for Yedioth Ahronoth, the largest and most widely read newspaper in Israel.
Police executed a search warrant at the home Saturday after a tip from an area resident, and found 11 fully mature marijuana plants and six two-ounce bags of marijuana inside the home. Each plant is considered by authorities to equal one pound of marijuana. Early Saturday evening, the porch light of the home was on and there was a small pile of mail on the doorstep, but no one answered the door.
According to the CBS news site, Arenstein has supervised coverage and reported on major Washington stories such as the disputed 2000 presidential election, the September 11th hijackings, the war in Iraq and the DC area sniper shootings