TMZ reports that dozens of celebrities have been hacked, with a variety of personal information being revealed.
Just today nude photos of Scarlett Johansson were exposed, along with Mila Kunis being hacked, exposing personal pictures of Justin Timberlake.
CNN reports a task force of federal and local authorities are working on some new tips, however no further information is available at this time. The investigation reportedly includes the Los Angeles Police Department, L.A. County District Attorney’s Office and the FBI.
Biggie was killed in 1997 in Los Angeles while riding in a SUV after a music industry party.
We wonder if this turns out to be the biggest story of 2011!!
TLC’s favorite polygamist family’s future hangs in the balance as county prosecutors decide their fate, reports TMZ.
The cast of “Sister Wives” were being investigated by the Lehi Police Department for felony bigamy. That investigation has now been turned over to the Utah County Attorney who will decide whether to prosecute.
“Sister Wives” follows the life of Kody Brown – who has 3 wives, a fiancée and 13 children. What a guy! And what a moron for putting his illegal lifestyle on display! Good luck in prison.
TMZ reports the Utah family have become the target of a felony bigamy investigation. The family issued a statement saying “We are disappointed in the announcement of an investigation, but when we decided to do this show, we knew there would be risks.”
The family continues, “But for the sake of our family, and most importantly, our kids, we felt it was a risk worth taking.”
“Sister Wives” follows the life of 42 year old Kody Brown who has 3 wives, a prospective 4th wife and 13th children.
What a dirtbag!
Peter Lopez, husband to actress Catherine Bach of “The Dukes of Hazzard” fame was found dead late Friday morning in Encino, Calif. E! Online reports.
Paramedics reached the home of Bach and Lopez, responding to a possible shooting report.
LAPD spokesperson Lt. John Romero comments, “We’re still in the early stages of the investigation, but what we gather is it’s an apparent suicide.” reports E! Online.
Lopez was a music attorney who at one point represented Michael Jackson.
Bach and Lopez were married in 1990 and have two children together.
Korey and Jordan look at that most essential component of music history – the beard.
The second episode of andPOP’s TV show “Something New” in case you missed it. We are researching Canadian rock in this episode and have some awesome interviews!
When it rains it pours. E! News reports that a Florida lawmaker is extremely upset over the bogus allegation of child abuse against Tiger Woods’ kids. Republican state Senator Ronda Storms sent a letter to Department of Children & Families that the investigation of Tiger Woods was a complete misuse of funds and resources, and potentially added additional trauma to children who needed actual help. On December 11 a phone call was placed to investigate the welfare of Tiger’s kids. This was coincidentally the same time when the scandal was at its peak.
According to Examiner.com, the LAPD has opened an investigation into the death of actress Brittany Murphy. Detectives working on the case have arrived at the home of Murphy where the 911 call was placed this morning. Murphy was pronounced dead at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after being transported from her home.
It is been reported by numerous sources that Murphy died of cardiac arrest. Paramedics were called to the home but unfortunately were unable to revive her. Brittany Murphy was 32 years old and had starred in numerous films.
Michael Jackson’s death was officially ruled a homicide by the L.A. County Coroner, according to TMZ.com.
The cause of death was said to be acute Propofol intoxication. While Propofol and Lorazepam (Ativan) were said to be the cause of Jackson’s death, a host of other drugs were found in Jackson’s system including Midazolam (Versed), Diazepam (Valium), Lidocaine (topical anesthetic) and Ephedrine (used to treat hypotension associated with anesthesia), as listed on TMZ.
Although Jackson’s death has been ruled a homicide at the hands of his doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, it does not necessarily mean criminal charges. Murray is the target of a manslaughter investigation, according to the Los Angeles Times, but Jackson’s history of drug dependency will factor largely into any criminal trial.
After former Wilco member Jay Bennett was found dead in his home, an Illinois coroner determined the multi-instrumentalist died of an accidental overdose of painkillers, according to media reports.
Tests show that a drug that is prescribed to treat chronic pain, fentanyl, is what Bennett died from. The coroner’s office is investigating the death as an accident, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Just a month before his death, Bennett put up a post on his MySpace page and mentioned the pain he suffered continuously from a hip injury.
Christian Bale had huge success at the box office this weekend – but his personal life may be falling apart.
The “Dark Knight” star is being sued for assault by his mother and sister, reports the UK Sun. Bale is said to have lashed out at his family members on Sunday at Park Lane’s Dorchester Hotel in London.
Bale faces questioning, but police are giving him the benefit of the doubt; they even held off their investigation to allow Bale to attend the huge premier of the new Batman flick.
A source told The Sun, “It was a very difficult situation but it would have been wrong to have wrecked the premiere over a complaint which we don’t yet know is founded in truth. But Mr Bale will be contacted at the earliest opportunity and be asked to provide an account of anything that happened.”
A Met Police spokesperson confirmed they had receive the allegations from Bale’s family.