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.
He won an Emmy portraying a high school student on “Glee” — and collected scores of sick sexual images of kids still in grammar school, authorities say. Mark Salling, 33, was busted on child pornography charges after a Tuesday morning raid by Los Angeles cops who used a battering ram to enter the suspect’s home, cops said.
“I would imagine that would surprise anybody,” said Lt. Andrea Grossman of the LAPD Internet crimes against children task force. Salling ignored repeated knocks on the door before the cops bashed their way in around 7 a.m.
“There were more than 100 (images),” said Grossman, adding they included “disturbing” pictures of prepubescent children.
The actor’s ex-girlfriend pointed authorities to images on his computer showing young girls under the age of 10 engaging in sexual activities, TMZ reported, citing law enforcement sources.
Grossman confirmed that other electronic devices were taken from the home for further examination.
The discovery was enough for an arrest, and cops — armed with a search warrant — seized other electronic devices that will be scoured for additional evidence, she said. A source said a confidential informant pointed investigators toward Salling, who was among the hit show’s original cast when “Glee” debuted on Fox in 2009.
Federal charges, like those brought against sex-crazed “Subway” spokesman Jared Fogle, were a possibility as the probe continued. Fogle was sentenced last month to more than 15 years in prison.
Salling joined the cast of “Glee” as bad boy Puck in the hit Fox TV show’s debut season in 2009.
Residents of the rural neighborhood were shocked. “It’s so wrong,” said neighbor Robyn Phipps, 47, as she rode past on her horse. “There are kids everywhere around here.”
Salling, freed on $20,000 bail, played Mohawk-wearing bad-boy Noah (Puck) Puckerman on the popular musical-comedy.
It was a rough 2015 for the alleged perv. “Glee” went off the air this year after six successful seasons. And he was ordered to pay $2.7 million to former girlfriend Roxanne Gorzela after he was accused in a sexual battery lawsuit.
New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration, renewal and, often times disappointment, at least according to Jennifer Lawrence. The Hunger Games star toldGraham Norton and fellow Oscar-winning guestEddie Redmayne during a pre-taped appearance onThe Graham Norton Show to air New Year’s Eve that her final night of the year is typically nothing like the movies.
“I really hate it,” Lawrence, 25, says. “I’ve never had a good one – everyone’s chasing a good time and it’s always a disappointment. I plan on doing nothing and then if something lands in my lap, but I always end up drunk and disappointed. Drunk and Disappointed should be the title of my memoir!” she adds jokingly.
The Joy star also got candid about what sometimes happens when she’s feeling less than thrilled. “I am a puker,” Lawrence reveals. “When I get stressed and exhausted I just vomit. I was driving with my publicist the other day and had to roll down the window and I puked all down the side of the car. It was in front of all the paparazzi – I painted New York!”
Lawrence also admitted to puking at an Oscar party Madonnahosted last year – and it turns out she wasn’t alone. “This is something I have never admitted to the world, but I puked at Madonna’s party too!” Redmayne tells Lawrence.
A new development concerning Rob Kardashian‘s health has been revealed. The 28-year-old, who has remained away from the spotlight for quite some time now, is back at home after being diagnosed with diabetes.
Rob was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after not feeling well over the holiday weekend. Once his condition seemed to worsen, he was taken to the doctor to see what was going on. After performing various tests, doctors concluded that Rob is diabetic.
“He’s home already. He went for a little and is fine now. It was a wake up call,” the source tells E! News. The insider adds that Rob’s tests revealed his blood sugar levels were very high, and doctors told him that he needs to lose weight, exercise and dramatically change his diet, or it will get worse.
Rob’s well-being has been in question ever since he decided to become reclusive, and the speculation was heightened when sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian each took to Instagram to share touching messages about their little brother.
The 31-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared an adorable throwback selfie of herself pouting for the camera while brother Rob gave her a kiss on the cheek. “If only you could see yourself through my eyes!” she captioned the blurry shot on her Instagram account. “I’ll forever be obsessed with you! My one and only! #MyAce”
Meanwhile, the mother of three shared another photo of Rob sleeping on the couch with a simple caption that read, “Bob” with a heart emoji.
The former Dancing With the Stars competitor has stayed out of the limelight for more than a year, even missing sister Kim Kardashian‘s wedding to Kanye West, and has refrained from appearing in person onKeeping Up With the Kardashians as he battles depression and weight gain of an estimated 100 pounds.
“Rob is such a great guy,” Khloe told People magazine in October. “He’s charming, charismatic, everything. That’s what’s so infuriating. I’m like, ‘Where is your will to live life? Let’s be around people!'”
Ultimately, Rob “has to figure it out for himself,” she added. “And he has so many people who want to help him.”
Additionally, mom Kris Jenner gave us an update on Rob’s health not long ago. “He’s OK. He’s just working on himself a little bit and trying to be a better Rob, so I just have to trust that he’s good,” she recently told E! News’Maria Menounos. “We’re all here to support him for whatever he needs, but he’s doing OK.”