Posts Tagged ‘GUILTY


Hollywood in a Mouthful!!


Caption: Kanye says Kim is the love of his life Friday on Kris.

SURPRISE!!Kanye Releases First Photos of North West

Kanye is set to be a guest on grandma Kris Jenners talk show on Friday 3pm CST. He will be bringing pics of baby North with him. The episode was taped earlier in the week. He will reportedly also talk about how we was in love with Kim from the moment he saw her, and always wanted to be with her. (awwww!! ain’t that mushy!)


Dick van Dyk Rescued From Burning Vehicle in LA

Veteran actor Dick van Dyk later joked about being pulled from his burning vehicle by a passerby, but we sure hope he’s as grateful.

The Jaguar became engulfed in flames on a LA freeway. Motorist Jason Pennington saw Dyk slumped over the steering wheel.

Van Dyks 41 year old wife came to the scene to pick up her husband. Later, the Actor tweeted a picture of the completely charred and destroyed car saying: ‘Used Jag for sale REAL CHEAP!!’

Jodi Arias Stalked a Previous Boyfriend

HLN host Jane Velez Mitchell recently reported new details about the Jodi Arias murder trial. Apparently, the convicted murderer had stalked another boyfriend before Travis Alexander; in a very similar manner than the deceased. However, the details were never revealed in the case.

Arias was found guilty, but has yet to be sentenced. She is due back in court on Monday.


Kanye West Jokes With Paparazzi


its over for chris…in more ways than one


The trial nightmare for Chris Brown may be over now, but the platinum-selling singer’s hardships may haunt him for the rest of his life.

The good news is , in exchange for his guilty plea, Brown will not get jail time, but will serve probation for the next five years, have a record as a convicted felon, must enroll in domestic violence classes and spend the next six months doing hard labor in his home state of Virginia.

Brown must also stay 50 yards away from Rihanna at all times, unless attending a public event, where the distance is reduced to 10 yards.

The convicted felon will never be able to purchase a firearm, sit on a jury, will be subject to search and seizure without a warrant and subject to travel restrictions, which could prohibit the singer from international touring.

Brown plead out to avoid going to trial and having Rihanna have to testify against him, which would have been devastating either way, especially in the media’s eyes. However, I’m sure he also did not want to Rihanna to have to revisit the altercation mentally. Although Rihanna was in the courthouse, she did not enter the courtroom until after Brown was dismissed so the judge could explain the proceedings, plea package and protection orders.

This has been a sad situational circus for both Rihanna and Chris Brown. And just another example of how one mistake can alter lives and reputations forever.



Hosea Thomas

Hosea Thomas

June 17, 2008 photo, Rapper T.I., whose real is Clifford Harris, talks with children at a day camp in Decatur, Ga.

June 17, 2008 photo, Rapper T.I., whose real is Clifford Harris, talks with children at a day camp in Decatur, Ga.


Philant Johnson and friend T.I.

Philant Johnson and friend T.I.


A jury found Hosea Thomas guilty of murder, felonious assault and illegally having a gun after a felony conviction and Judge Ralph Winkler sentenced the 34-year-old to 66 years to life on Tuesday. Thomas will not be eligible for release until 2074, when he will be 100 years old.

“(Thomas) gave Philant Johnson a death sentence, and his family — he gave them a death sentence as well,” the judge said while handing down Thomas’ sentence. “All of his crimes have been cowardly and senseless. … You could say he’s the poster boy for gun violence in Cincinnati.”

Last month Atlanta rapper T.I. took the stand in a Cincinnati courtroom and testified that shots fired on May, 3, 2006 were meant for him, not his friend and assistant Philant Johnson, who was killed during the shootout.

T.I. has publicly declared that the demise of his dear comrade initiated his decision to buy firearms, which resulted in federal gun charges. The rapper will serve one year in federal prison for in 2009.




Shamed former American football star O.J. Simpson has been sentenced to at least 15 years in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping.

Simpson was found guilty in October of the September 2007 gunpoint robbery of a pair of sports memorabilia dealers in a casino hotel room.

The once respected sporting hero was convicted almost 13 years to the day after his acquittal of the killings of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

Prior to his sentencing, a surprised Simpson made an apology for his role part in the armed altercation and maintained he was merely trying to regain stolen family property.



O.J. Simpson is being cut off from other prisoners for his own safety, and is concentrating on a motion for new trial and a sturdy offer for appellate reversal of his conviction for kidnapping and robbery, his lawyer said Sunday.

Attorney Yale Galanter told The Associated Press he will persistently request for Simpson to be released on bond pending appeal.

Meanwhile, Galanter said Simpson will be living a lonely life, directed by his lawyers to do no media interviews and permitted to see only family members and a few friends placed on an exclusive list at the jail.

Simpson will be held in Clark County Detention Center until his Dec. 5 sentencing, then is predicted to be transferred to state prison. Because of the seriousness of the charges, it is likely that Simpson would linger in jail during his appeal.

“He is in isolated custody and being protected from other inmates,” Galanter said aboard a plane as he prepared to return to his Miami office. “The jail is taking very special precautions to make sure he is safe.”

Galanter said that this will make for a tricky incarceration for the extroverted Simpson, because “it limits his contacts with other humans.”

The attorney said Simpson was OK during a jail visit Saturday where they talked about potential tactics for the case. “He’s disappointed and a bit melancholy,” he said.

Galanter said the appeal cannot be filed until after Simpson is sentenced.

“We are planning to fast track that as much as possible,” he said.

The 61-year-old Hall of Fame football star was convicted of kidnapping, armed robbery and 10 other charges for assembling five men a year ago and raiding a room at a hotel-casino to confiscate Simpson sports souvenirs — including game balls, plaques and photos — from two collectors. Prosecutors said two of the men with him were armed; one testified Simpson had requested him to carry a gun.

Galanter said he thinks Simpson has a tough argument for reversal of his conviction because of legal mistakes made during the trial, beginning with the jury selection process.

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