Chris Brown has been accused of punching a woman in Las Vegas this weekend. The woman’s name is Liziane Gutierrez. She says she was at a party Chris threw in a hotel room Friday night.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” pulled in another $88.3 million this weekend, bringing its North American total to $740.3 million in just three weeks. The all-time U.S. record of $760.5 is held by “Avatar”. But “The Force Awakens” should beat that in the next few days. They’re the only movies to surpass $700 million in the U.S., and while it took “Avatar” 72 days, it only took “Star Wars” 16.
Kendall Jenner plans to pace herself in 2016. The supermodel and reality star had a banner year, traveling the world and walking in numerous designers’ shows, including the recent Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, but all of the stress led to an unexpected downside.
Mark Salling’s arrest for possession of child pornography on Tuesday, December 29, could cost him his latest role. Adi Shankar, director of Gods and Secrets, says that if the 33-year-old Glee alum is convicted, he’ll cut the actor from the 2016 film.
Suddenly, Bill Cosby can no longer escape prosecution. The number of his accusers had grown to the size of a choir. And the refrain of the 50-plus women has been virtually the same: He drugged me; he sexually assaulted me, or he tried to. Cosby has vehemently denied any wrongdoing. And his supporters pointed out he never faced criminal charges
That changed Wednesday, when Cosby was arraigned in a Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, court on felony charges. The charges stem from accusations by Andrea Constand, the first of the dozens of women to go public against Cosby.
If convicted, the comedic icon could go to jail. Here are some of the legal and other messes he faces.