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Florida woman accused of trying to pee on cop, running down man with her BMW – NYPost

A Florida woman tried to urinate on a police officer while being arrested last week for a domestic violence incident — and was hit with an additional charge while in custody for allegedly running over a man months ago, reports said.

The woman, 20-year-old Serina Probus, was arrested at about 12:30 a.m. on Jan. 1 after getting into a fight with her sister-in-law during a New Year’s party in the town of Holiday, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

Customer accidentally shoots self in parking lot of Dierbergs in Creve Coeur – KMOV

Plane makes emergency landing in St. Louis due to unruly passenger – Fox2Now

Plane dumps fuel over schools near Los Angeles airport – BBC

The short-lived romance between Pete Davidson and Kaia Gerber who’s the daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, appears to be at an end. It was just three months together. Doubt this had anything to do with it but maybe  Davidson’s return to rehab? Last month on the SNL season finale, Davidson remarked during a Weekend Update bit that he’s “going on ‘vacation,’ but insurance pays for some of it, and they take your phone and shoelaces.”

It seems like celebrities are getting fed up with autograph hounds who wait around just to get multiple things signed, so they can turn around and sell them on eBay or wherever. LARRY DAVID lit into a group of these vultures after the Season 10 premiere of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” on Monday night.  Especially after one of them told Larry he’d been waiting seven hours for him. Larry said, quote, “You gotta find another way to make money, okay?  Because this is [effed]!  This is [effed] up!  Nobody wants to do this.  Why are you doing it? “Stop it!  Stop this [stuff]! . . . It’s so [effin’] annoying to do this!” But, as annoying as it is, Larry DID take the time to sign for a few people before walking off.

FELICITY HUFFMAN’s 19-year-old daughter Sophia Macy might be ditching academics for Hollywood.  She just got cast in an episode of JORDAN PEELE’s new “Twilight Zone”. She’ll appear in a Season 2 episode called “Among the Untrodden”.  There’s no word on the plot.  The show airs on CBS All Access. Felicity served time for paying $15,000 to have a test proctor correct Sophia’s SAT answers . . . giving her a 400-point bump from her practice test. 

Former Israel Defense Force member Seth Freedman admitted to helping Harvey Weinstein secretly investigate 91 people who were connected to his abuse case, including Rose McGowan. He told the Times of London that Weinstein paid his employer Black Cube a “seven figure sum” for their services. Weinstein is charged with two counts of predatory sex assault, two counts of rape and one count of a criminal sex act; jury selection in his trial is under way. The trial is set to begin January 22nd

The most epic “Jeopardy!” contest is over, and KEN JENNINGS is officially the GREATEST OF ALL TIME. He won last night’s game, making him the first player to get three wins. JAMES HOLZHAUER finished with one and . . . let’s be honest . . . BRAD RUTTER never really showed up. In addition to his nerd bragging rights, Jennings also takes home $1 million.  James and Brad each get $250,000. Even though he was pretty much a non-factor in the contest, Rutter still holds the record for winning the most money in “Jeopardy!” history, with a little over $5 million. Ken is second with $4.5 million . . . and James is third with just under $3 million.

Will Smith felt insecure about rap legend Tupac Shakur. His wife Jada grow up with Mr Shakur and the possibility of touchy touchy weighed a bit on him

What TV theme is this? MTV had a HUGE cultural impact on rock music back in the ’80s, so there’s a petition going around demanding that the five original MTV VJs (AUG 1st 1981) be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  For you post-Gen-Xers, we’re talking about Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter, Nina Blackwood, Martha Quinn, and J. J. Jackson.  Even if you’ve never heard of a single one of them, take my word:  They were GODS in the early ’80s. And the petition notes that there IS precedent, because, quote, “both Alan Freed and Dick Clark have been inducted . . . as non-performers.” You can find the petition on Change.org.  Last we checked, it had over 3,500 signatures.  Of course, since this was just started by a fan, it’s unclear if the Rock Hall will address it, no matter how viral it goes.

BILLIE EILISH had a sensational 2019, so what about 2020? She’s been tapped to write and perform the title track for the next James Bond movie, “No Time to Die”, which hits theaters April 8th. Billie is 18 . . . and so she’s now the youngest artist to write and record a theme song for the 007 franchise.  She wrote it with her older brother, Finneas, her regular co-writer and producer. Hans Zimmer will handle the score. She will also do the Grammys on January 26th. So will Lizzo, Shelfani (Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani) will perfom as well as Ariana OMYGrande and Demi Lovato Mr Roboto. Also performing at the Grammys medley of hots including this one from 1986 that raised the profile of rap and maybe was a career saver…

A new trailer for Vin Diesel’s Bloodshot is on the blog. The footage shows that Diesel, who plays a soldier brought back to life via nano technology, may not be under control as Guy Pearce’s scientist villain thought. The superhero action film drops March 13th

Foo Fighters  Dave Grohl is promising “some seriously crazy s**t” coming up in 2020, as the band prepares to mark the 25th anniversary of its 1995 self-titled debut album.  They have been hinting at new music recently as well. Their last full-length LP was 2017’s Concrete And Gold, which entered the Billboard 200 album chart at Number One. The Foos have also been rolling out a series of archival EPs throughout the past year as part of the lead-up to the band’s quarter-century celebration, containing rare demos, B-sides and live tracks.

What was the best selling rock album of 2019? Tool‘s fifth studio LP, Fear Inoculum. Tool’s first album in 13 years sold 344,000 copies since its release in late August, making it also the year’s eighth best-selling album overall. The best selling album of the year was…Taylor Swift’s Lover. Metallica sold more albums in the U.S. over the past five years than any other rock group, while Queen was the country’s top-selling rock act of 2019. Since 2015, Metallica has sold more than two million albums in the U.S., putting the group ahead of the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.

Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is partnering with famed car auction company Barrett-Jackson to sell a few vehicles from his collection of vintage convertible automobiles. He loves Cadillacs and has at least two Cadillac tattoos, including their logo, on his chest, along with a Cadillac script sprawling down the side of his rib cage. Barker plans to sell a 1941 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible, a 1960 Cadillac Coupe Deville, and a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer. The 1941 Cadillac is expected to pull in up to $100,000 while the 1972 Chevy could rake in $200,000. Barker is aiming to make room for new vehicles and recently purchased a warehouse in Southern California to house those as well as his clothing brands and new record label, DTA Records.

“Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez” on Netflix.

“Us Weekly” collected quotes from various celebrities about the foods they hate.   

Jennifer Aniston:  Caviar.  “You can’t acquire that taste no matter how many people say that.”

Khloe Kardashian:  Pork.  “I would for sure rather gain 10 pounds [than eat pork].”

Chrissy Teigen:  Hummus.  “Hummus has to be the most overrated snack category food alive.”

Zendaya:  Veggies.  “I am a vegetarian who doesn’t like vegetables too much.  Makes it challenging.”

Ice-T:  Black coffee.  He tried it for the first time in 2018 and said, quote, “I can pretty much tell you this will be the last time I’ll ever drink black coffee.”

Shawn Mendes:  Tomatoes.  “[They] ruin everything.”

Jimmy Fallon:  Mayonnaise.  “It makes me want to vomit.”

Gordon Ramsay:  Airplane food.  “I worked for airlines for 10 years, so I know where this food’s been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board.”

Kelly Clarkson:  Brussels sprouts.  “I love and eat every kind of vegetable, but not that one.”

Michelle Obama:  Beets.  “[I’m] not a fan.”

Gwyneth Paltrow:  Spray cheese.  “Not my kind of party.”

BIRTHDAYS

America’s Got Talent Winner Grace VanderWaal is 16

Skrillex is 32

Former WWE Wrestler Kelly Kelly is 33

Pitbull is 39.

Drew Brees is 41

Shane McMahon is 50

Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY…this man not is only a comedic genius, he also is father to some legit powerhouse actors as well.  He’s the superstar of both Airplane and Airplane 2.  He was also in the Hot Shots movies.  He’s father to both Beau and Jeff….Lloyd Bridges would have been 107 years old today. 

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PORNO BIRTHDAY

KOBE TAI

Today’s birthday girl up and down as many times as the temperature the past few days…and she’s proudly shown off her work in 130 fine films including:

  • All Anal On The Western Front
  • Sleeping Booty
  • Saturday Night Beaver
  • Trapped
  • China Vagina
  • The Great Wall of Vagina 
  • And who could forget…her unforgettable role in… Trashy! Volume 2

Kobe Tai is 48 YEARS OLD

The Blues take on the Flyers tonight at Enterprise Center to close out their 5 game homestand.  So far on the homestand they have 4 wins and have extended their home winstreak to 9 games.  The Blues are coming off a 4-1 win against the Ducks on Monday.  Also some Blues notes, good news – Carl Gunnarson was activated.  Bad news – Colton Parayko was placed on IR and will more than likely won’t be back until after the all-star game.  Puck drop tonight is scheduled for 7PM and the game is on NBC Sports.

The Boston Red Sox fired manager Alex Cora Tuesday one day after MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred implicated him in baseball’s sign-stealing scandal. Cora was the Houston Astros’ bench coach in 2017 when they won the World Series, and when it’s also been discovered they were stealing signs via a centerfield camera and signaling players by banging a trash can. Manfred’s report said Cora was among those who, quote, “originated and executed” the system, and strongly hinted he will receive tough punishment. Manfred suspended Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow yesterday for a year, and they were fired an hour later. Cora became Red Sox manager in 2018 and they won the World Series, but MLB is also investigating allegations the team stole signs that year.

While the Cardinals and Rockies have no exchanged names involving a trade that would include Nolan Arenado, another big name has himself a new team.  Third baseman Josh Donaldson has agreed to a four-year deal with the Minnesota Twins. It will pay him $84 million over the first four years and includes a $16 million club option with an $8 million buyout. In total, the deal includes $92 million in guaranteed money, with a chance to increase to $104 million in value if Donaldson hits escalators on the option.

Australian Open organizers are being criticized after several players have been struggling in their qualifying matches for the tournament that starts January 20th because of the severe heat and smoky air due to the bushfires in Australia. One player was leading in her match Monday but had to quit after she collapsed to the ground with a coughing fit. Two others had to call medical timeouts because of problems from smoke inhalation. Tournament director and Tennis Australia’s chief executive said air-quality and other experts would continue to be consulted about the conditions and play would be suspended if it’s found to be necessary.

Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson announced on Twitter that he’s going to try out as a kicker for the new XFL next Monday. The 42-year-old Johnson, who hasn’t played in the NFL since 2011, wrote, “The opportunity to kick in the XFL has presented itself, I must tryout Monday in Houston, I’m excited as hell & I’m sure all will go well.” Johnson played 11 seasons in the NFL, 10 of them with the Cincinnati Bengals, but his in-game kicking experience is limited to an extra point and kick-off during the 2009 preseason. 


The Hollywood (Florida) Police Department announced that its athletic league has severed ties with wide receiver Antonio Brown and returned a donation given by Brown following an obscene outburst toward the police and the mother of his children on Monday. Brown posted a live feed of the encounter, which also included his children, on Instagram, and it was later picked up by TMZ. In it, he can be heard using explicit language and calling the police officers explicit names. He even tossed a bag of gummy penises towards her.  The Hollywood Police Department released a statement following the video announcing the Police Athletic League’s separation from Brown. According to the department, recent events that have involved police intervention have caused a rift between the department, the Police Athletic League and Brown. “We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League. We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown. We will not take money from a donor that we cannot have our youth be proud of or represent our organization.” Brown was also given a trespass warning for the Police Athletic League property because the department “did not want him to continue to affect our youth nor influence them in a negative way.”

Antonio Gates officially announced his retirement yesterday after 16 seasons in the NFL, all of them with the Chargers. The 39-year-old tight end didn’t actually play last year, and was mostly a part-time starter or backup in the previous four years. Gates is seventh among all players in NFL history with 116 touchdown catches, the most of any tight end, and also had 955 catches, 17th-highest among all players. Also announcing his retirement yesterday was Panthers LB Luke Kuechly (Keekly) said he will be hanging it up after 8 seasons.  He’s younger – he’s only 28.  But here’s audio from his announcement

This week, boxing bigwig Tyson Fury was asked how he’s preparing for his February 22 rematch with heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder. Without a hint of sarcasm, Fury told reporters, “I’m masturbating seven times a day to keep my testosterone pumping. Pump it, pump it, pump it, pump it up! Dontcha know! I gotta to keep active and the testosterone flowing for the fight. Don’t want the levels to go down.” Fury and Wilder fought to a controversial draw in their last tussle. At least this time, there’s some clue as to how Fury might celebrate if he wins.

The WNBA and its players union announced an eight-year labor deal yesterday that will let top players earn more than $500,000 and bring players’ average annual salary to six figures for the first time. The contract, which will run through 2027, will pay players an average salary of $130,000 and guarantees full salary while on maternity leave. It also includes better family benefits and travel standards. The deal, which was overwhelmingly approved by players, must still be ratified by owners.
 

The PGA Tour has introduced a new policy that will keep track of slow players and impose penalties for slow play time. Players will be put on an observation list and given warning if they take longer than 60 seconds to play a shot. There will also be a one-stroke penalty for a second bad time in a tournament, instead of in a round as it is currently. The observation list won’t be made public, with only players on it to be notified.

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