A security guard working Sunday’s San Diego Chargers game against the Oakland Raiders has been fired after a video emerged on social media showing him playing with himself while on the field directly in front of a squad of cheerleaders.
The naughty security guard, whose name was not immediately released, worked for Elite Security, the company hired to provide security at Qualcomm Stadium. The video, released on Instagram, contained the follow caption:
“San Diego Chargers Security guard was openly [expletive] RIGHT IN FRONT of us during the game, while watching the cheerleaders jump up and down!!! I can’t believe this was allowed. Such a complete disregard for women’s rights and public decency! Continue reading
Add Kanye West to the ever growing list of men who entered the Kardashian women’s world and promptly crashed and burned. West, like so many before him, has officially melted down and is reportedly receiving treatment in hospital just a day after cancelling his entire Life of Saint Pablo tour.
The rapper was transported to a undisclosed Los Angeles hospital after police responded to calls for a welfare check on Monday afternoon. So far, docs will only say the Fade artist is getting treatment for sleep deprivation and exhaustion, which may be code for drug abuse.
Kim Kardashian West cancelled an appearance at the Angel Ball in New York City this week, which would have been her first public appearance since falling victim to a robbery in Paris. Continue reading
Sources say Kanye West was transported to a LA hospital and is currently “under observation” late Monday after a bizarre series of rants and the abrupt cancellation of his national tour.
The hospital stay followed a week of strange incidents during which the rapper publicly threw shade at Beyoncé and Jay Z and retroactively endorsed President-elect Donald Trump while admitting that he didn’t bother to vote.
A source familiar with the case said Los Angeles police responded to a medical welfare call about 1:20 p.m. (4:20 p.m. ET). No criminal activity was involved; the decision to hospitalize West was for his own health and safety, the sources said. West’s concert promoter, Live Nation, said earlier in the day that the remaining dates of his Saint Pablo Tour had been called off. No reason was given. The cancellation of West’s tour comes on the heels of a rough week for the rapper, who has made controversial statements and feuds with fellow celebrities a centerpiece of his art and persona. Continue reading
Shelley Duvall, the actress best known for starring alongside Jack Nicholson in the thriller classic “The Shining,” is now homeless and suffering from severe mental illness. Duvall’s shocking transformation from movie star to homeless person is revealed on an upcoming episode of the Dr. Phil Show.
Duvall, who also starred as Olive Oyl in Robin Williams‘ “Popeye,” has been leading the life of a hermit, managing to stay far away from the glare of the bright lights of Hollywood.
In a preview of Duvall’s interview with Phil McGraw, the 67-year-old Duvall claims Williams, who died in 2014, is alive and “shape shifting.” She also tells McGraw that she is “very sick” and needs help. The interview is set to air Friday. The clip has drawn criticism from the daughter of Stanley Kubrick, who directed “The Shining.” Continue reading
Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello, an Emmy-winning Food Network personality and cookbook author, was busted Wednesday while in Napa california for DUI possessing drugs while driving his Porsche.
Chiarello, 54, who also appeared on Bravo cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.
The chef reportedly told the officer he was driving from Yountville, home to his eatery, Bottega Ristorante. Continue reading
At least 13 people are dead and dozens were injured Sunday morning after a tour bus and a tractor-trailer collided on the 10 Freeway near Palm Springs.
EMS are searching for more victims in the mangled tour bus. Photos from the scene show the bus and truck nearly completely destroyed by the severe impact.
All westbound lanes of the highway are closed and traffic is being diverted, according to the California Highway Patrol. Reports say at least 21 victims have been taken to Palm Springs-area hospitals. Photos show the front of the passenger bus pushed into the semi-truck’s trailer. CHP said “the intrusion into the bus compartment is significant.” Continue reading
Undecided Voter Ken Bone was a breakout star of the second presidential debate after asking Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump a question about energy.
Bone, 34, was spotted walking the red carpet in Las Vegas on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday night’s final debate between Clinton and Trump.
The country’s most famous undecided voter was mobbed by fans as he attended the Famous DC party at Tao Beach in Sin City. And for his big night night out Bone wore, what else, his red sweater. Continue reading
Police have identified John Felix as the man suspected of fatally shooting two Palm Springs police officers and injuring another, officials announced today.
Felix, 26, is a resident of Palm Springs Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said. The slain officers are Jose Gilbert Vega, a 35-year veteran and Lesley Zerebny, who had just returned to duty after giving birth four months ago.
Palm Springs Police Chief Bryan Reyes said a woman called police at about 12:18 p.m. on Saturday to report that her son was causing a disturbance in the 2700 block of Cypress Road. According to authorities, four officers arrived at the scene and Felix would not open the door to the home, threatening to shoot the officers. Continue reading
Two officers are dead after a shootout in Palm Springs, California. One officer was injured Saturday afternoon, according to the Palm Springs Police Officers Association.
A manhunt is said to be ongoing.
Authorities said the shooting happened near East Del Lago Road and North Cypress Road. A local station in the area, KESQ-TV, reports that the Desert Regional Medical Center is on lockdown. h/t abc7
No other information was immediately released.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the fallen officers’ family and friends at this difficult time.
A swarm of over 200 earthquakes, measuring 4.0 and under, occurring deep under the Salton Sea began rupturing near Bombay Beach, and continued for more than 24 hours.
The quakes have garnered intense concern among seismologists who noted the seismic events marked only the third time since earthquake sensors were installed there in 1932.
The quakes occurred in one of California’s most seismically complex areas. They hit in a seismic zone just south of where the mighty San Andreas fault ends. It is composed of a web of faults that scientists fear could one day wake up the nearby San Andreas from its long slumber. Continue reading