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Wilton Manors Police Seeking To Identify Naked Man On Street – CBSLocal
Wilton Manors police are trying to identify a man taken into custody after he was riding a bike naked, before stealing clothes, then stripping down once again. Police were called to NE 6 Avenue and Wilton Drive on Thursday when a naked man was seen riding a bicycle down the road. The unidentified man entered a business, put on an article of clothing and told employees he was trading his bicycle for the clothing. Back outside, he was walking up and down Wilton Drive where he removed the stolen clothing item, exposing everything to the public.
Downed trees, power outages following overnight storms – KMOV
River City Rascals will cease operations after the season – Fox2Now
Pam Hupp jokes, laughs in court before hearing life sentence – Fox2Now
The Walton family gets $100 million richer every single day – MarketWatch
A Woman Is Trying to Crowdfund a Butt Lift for Her “Mental Health” . . . It’s Not Going Great – DailyMail
Why GM and Volkswagen are ending hybrid vehicles – FoxBusiness
Diet fizzy drinks ‘increase risk of heart attack, stroke and dementia – theSun
Nike rolls out a subscription service for kids’ sneakers – EnGadget
A male model named Josh Kloss is accusing KATY PERRY of sexual misconduct, for publicly exposing his genitals at a party. Josh was Katy’s co-star in her “Teenage Dream” video back in 2010. And in an Instagram post, he says that when he first met Katy, she was “cool and kind,” but when other people were around on the set, she was mean . . . and would say stuff like how it was “gross” that she had to kiss him. He says he did what he had to do because he was a single dad ans it was a good gig. Then, two years later, he brought a friend to a party to meet Katy, and that’s when she exposed him. Quote, “When I saw her, we hugged and she was still my crush. But as I turned to introduce my friend . . . “She pulled my Adidas sweats and underwear out as far as she could to show a couple of her guy friends (and the crowd around us), my penis. Can you imagine how pathetic and embarrassed I felt?” Here he is talking about it. Why is he just now speaking out? He says, quote, “Our culture is set on proving men of power are perverse. But females with power are just as disgusting.” And he adds, quote, “I made around $650 in total off of ‘Teenage Dream’ . . . so, happy anniversary to one of the most confusing, assaulting, and belittling jobs I’ve ever done . . .”I was actually gonna play the song and sing it on [ukuele] for the anniversary . . . but then as I was tuning I thought, [eff] this, I’m not helping her [B.S.] image another second.” For the record, Katy hasn’t responded. Despite the title of the song, Josh was 29 when he did “Teenage Dream”, and 31 when the sexual misconduct happened. Katy is about four years younger, so she would’ve been 25 and 27, respectively.
Sarah Silverman was recently fired from an acting role because of a 2007 blackface skit on her show The Sarah Silverman Program, which was supposed to highlight the racism. She understood the decision, but said she already addressed the skit last year and has grown as a person.
Comedian Whitney Cummings accidentally posted a pic that showed some nip. She realized and deleted it. People did screenshots and reached out to her and asked for money or else they would sell the pic. She wasn’t playing that. ” If anyone is gonna make money or likes off my nipple, it’s gonna be me. So here it all is, you foolish dorks.” And she reposted the pic. CNN reports that the comedian also shared screenshots of some of the extortion attempts, but didn’t reveal the identities of the wannabe extorters “because some of them might be dumb kids.”
Bradley Cooper’s ex Irina Shayk (ARENA SHAKE)is supposedly gonna do a tell-all book after her break up with the guy. This is all “insider” info so take it how you will… “she’s got revenge on the mind. and why not profit a little from it at the same time?” Dirt like rampant rumors that Cooper cheated on her with Lady Gaga during the A Star is Born and that he is a lousy work obsessed partner.”
How are things going with Lindsey Lohan you ask? She is currently gigging as a judge The Masked Singer Australia and she is a great co worker! Super friendly and generous with her time…or “she likes to throw tantrums, threatens to fire people, has a huge comparative salary and takes super long smoke breaks. “ that’s just part of the job working with Lindsey.”
How are things going with comedian Andy Dick you ask? Well he says he was assaulted outside a New Orleans nightclub after performing in the French Quarter Saturday. He had just finished performing alongside guitarist Paris Dylan at One Eyed Jacks nightclub when he was knocked to the ground by a punch from his attacker early Saturday. He said he was unconscious for 15 minutes after the assault. He said he was taken by ambulance to a hospital. He said while at the hospital, he was observed there for what he described as a ‘possible brain bleed’. Dylan, who witnessed the attack, said he and Dick met with fans following the show before heading outside where another crowd of fans awaited. As Dick prepared to get into an Uber, Dylan said Dick was ‘sucker punched’ by the attacker. As he fell to the ground, Dick hit a motorcycle and struck his head on the pavement. According to the club owner he was on his best behavior so they don’t know why it happened.
BRUCE LEE’s daughter Shannon recently complained about the way her father is portrayed in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. She said QUENTIN TARANTINO made him look like an “arrogant [A-hole].” He even has Bruce bragging that he can beat up MUHAMMAD ALI. In a press conference in Moscow yesterday, Tarantino defended himself, One Lee biographer claims that Linda was quoting SOMEONE ELSE who suggested Lee could take Ali. And another biographer . . . damn, Bruce Lee has had a lot of biographers . . . says that Lee did NOT think he could win that fight. He claims Bruce once said, quote, “Look at my hand. That’s a little Chinese hand. He’d kill me.'”
Comedy Central has released the list of participants in this summer’s ALEC BALDWIN roast. They are: Robert De Niro, Caitlyn Jenner, NBA star Blake Griffin, Joel McHale from “Community”, Debra Messing, St Louis’ own Chris Redd from “Saturday Night Live” . . . and, of course, roast veteran Jeff Ross. Messing’s “Will & Grace” co-star Sean Hayes is Roast Master. The show will tape on Saturday, September 7th, and air on Sunday the 15th.
“Friends” premiered on September 22nd, 1994. That means it’ll be 25 years old next month. That also means there’s a celebration happening. And it’s happening in MOVIE THEATERS. More than a thousand theaters are hosting “Friends 25th: The One with the Anniversary” . . . featuring 12 fan-favorite episodes, plus bonus content like interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. It’s happening over three nights: September 23rd, September 28th, and October 2nd. A list of participating theaters will be announced Friday at FathomEvents.com.
Disney’s remake of The Lion King just became the highest-grossing animated film of all time, with a worldwide box office of $1.3 billion. The film, which is voiced by the likes of Beyonce, Donald Glover and Seth Rogen, qualifies as animated because it uses photo-realistic graphics. The previous record was held by Frozen at $1.2 billion. Hey Lion King enjoy it while you can… Frozen 2 will arrive in theaters on November 22.
The mega-streamer Netflix is expanding its reach literally. From Toronto to Mumbai, London to Seoul, the streamer is building movie studios and shooting facilities, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Netflix has committed to shell out $379 million in Canada over five years, and is taking over one 250,000 square foot studio in Toronto, and a 435,000 square foot space in London. In Mexico, Netflix plans to produce 50 TV series and projects. Do you think Netflix can keep up with its expanding footprint?
On the blog check out the trailer for “Dolemite is My Name” . . . EDDIE MURPHY’s Netflix movie about ’70s “Blaxploitation” movie star RUDY RAY MOORE
What female singer just became a 3rd time mom after giving birth to a boy she named Winter Mercy. Winter joins siblings 3-year-old sister Onyx Solace and brother Ever Imre is 8½. Her husband is Mario “Souleye” Treadway
It was bound to happen: JACK WHITE and JACK BLACK recorded a song together. Although KYLE GASS was there too, so technically, it was a Jack White / TENACIOUS D team-up. He and Kyle went to Nashville for a tour of White’s Third Man Records headquarters, then they went to his house to record the track. They weren’t allowed to film in Jack White’s house, but after it was over, Jack Black gave us a little run down. There’s no word if or when we’ll get to hear it.E.T. talked to Kelly Clarkson about her upcoming talk show. Check it out. It premieres September 9, 2019.
Singer Lennon Stella is 20.
Boogie Cousins is 29. NBA all star who now plays for the Lakers.
Danny Bonaduce is 60.
And today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY…she was a sharpshooter in Buffalo Bill’s Wild Wild West Show. She could shoot a playing card edge on from quite a distant. She could be considered America’s first female superstar. Annie Oakley would have been 159 years young today.
Today’s birthday girl has been shared so many times that people think she could be fake news…and she’s shown off her work in 264 fine films including :
- Makin’ Whoopee
- Swinging In The Rain
- Missionary Impossible
- Dude, I Hooked Up With Your Mom
- Big Boobs, Fat Nipples
- Jiggly Queens
- Pinch Em, Squeeze Em, and Tease Em Volume 5
BRITTNEY ANDREWS IS 46 YEARS OLD
The Cardinals are in KC tonight to take on the Royals. Jack Flaherty gets the start. First pitch is scheduled for 7:15PM. One note – Yadier Molina is set to make his return to the team. Yadi has been out since the All-Star break. Yesterday the Cardinals released their schedule for the 2020 season. For the first time in history, the Baltimore Orioles will be heading to Busch. Even though their first “home series” against the Cubs will be in June – it’ll be played in the UK. The Cubs don’t come to town until after the All-Star Break. The Cards will also play in Boston and Tampa. Also – the Yankees come to Busch in the middle of July.
The start of Houston Astros rookie Yordan Alvarez’s career rivals some of the best Major League Baseball has ever seen. The 22-year-old left fielder is on an absolute tear in 2019. He’s batting .355 with 17 home runs and 51 RBI in 46 games. Over the weekend, he beat one of Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams’ impressive records — most RBI in the first 45 games of a major league career. The record stood for 80 years. Alvarez obviously has a long, long way to go before he’s mentioned in the same breath as Williams — one of the game’s greatest players — but his start deserves plenty of praise.
After Antonio Brown lost his grievance against the NFL over wearing his old helmet, the Oakland Raiders receiver should return to the team’s training camp soon. Brown has also been dealing with frostbitten feet suffered in a cryotherapy mishap in France last month. He has not been with the Raiders since being limited in a practice and leaving early on July 30. Brown took to social media on Monday to address the decision. It is considered “very unlikely” that Brown will appeal the decision. Brown prefers to wear his older helmet, believed to be a 10-year-old Schutt Air Advantage model, which is no longer made by the company and, thus, no longer certified by the National Operating Committee for Standards and Athletic Equipment. He has tried the new certified helmet out and believes it protrudes out and interferes with his vision as he tries to catch the football. On Friday, Brown had a two-hour conference call with an independent arbitrator to argue why he should be allowed to wear his older helmet, which he is thought to have been using his entire career. The arbitrator for the grievance call was joined by league officials, player representatives and NFLPA representatives in Philadelphia, a source told ESPN. The arbitrator was sympathetic but issued what was described by a source as a “very kind denial.”
Count the New York Jets among the teams looking for upgrades at kicker these days. Chandler Catanzaro has decided to retire and leave just over $2 million on the table rather than spend the season with the Jets. Catanzaro has bounced around a few teams during his five-year NFL career. After Arizona signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2014, he spent time with Tampa Bay and Carolina as well as one season with the Jets in 2017. That year he went 29 for 29 on extra point attempts while converting 25 of 30 field goal opportunities — his longest coming from 57 yards out. That would be enough motivation for New York to bring him back on its own, but the kicker has struggled since then. Last season he went 16 for 20 on field goals and 30 for 35 on point-after attempts.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has turned down a $30 million a year offer and is instead seeking $40 million a year. However, a source familiar with the negotiations say that is NOT true. Apparently, if a deal gets done, the number will likely be closer to $34 to $35 million annually. In May, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones seemed confident that Dallas would reach an agreement with Prescott saying negotiations were “going well.” In his first three seasons, Prescott has led the Cowboys to the postseason twice and has gone 32–16 in the regular season.
Wide receiver Rishard Matthews was released by the New Orleans Saints on Saturday. Head coach Sean Payton, speaking cryptically of the breakup, said of Matthews, “it’s not for everyone,” which together with a “left squad designation” accompanying his release indicated that Matthews voluntarily bailed on a reasonable chance at landing a regular season gig with the Saints. Matthews took matters a step further Monday, announcing on Instagram that he has retired from football altogether. This was not your polite, farewell to coaches and teammates—in a poem-like post titled “No Longer Exist,” Matthews listed some of what he’s leaving behind, a lot of which is sharply negative. A lot of his post talks about beating up his body and him being brainwashed. Matthews played for three teams over his seven full seasons in the NFL, and had his best years in a two-year stretch with the Titans. He spent the back half of last season with the Jets.
Less than two weeks after Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf won $3 million as the inaugural Fortnite World Cup tournament champion, the Pennsylvania 16-year-old was “swatted” while livestreaming a game on Twitch Saturday night. “Swatting” is an illegal — and potentially deadly — form of harassment in which someone reports a false emergency to get police, particularly a SWAT team, to descend on an unsuspecting target. He was playing Fortnite Arena Trios with friends when he was heard talking to his father and said, “I’ve been swatted,” before leaving for about 10 minutes. When he came back, he said, “Well, that’s a new one. They came in with guns, bro. . . . That’s scary. . . . The internet’s f***ing crazy.” He said the incident calmed down when one of the officers recognized him. Police said that they got a call from someone pretending to be the gamer who said he’d killed his father and tied up his mother in the garage. The police believe the call came from Europe.
American athletes demonstrated during the U.S. national anthem after they won
their events at the Pan American Games in Peru this weekend. Fencer Race
Imboden went down on one knee during the anthem after the U.S. men’s foil
team won, and hammer thrower Gwen Berry raised a fist during the end
of the anthem after her victory. Imboden tweeted, “Racism, gun control,
mistreatment of immigrants, and a president who spreads hate are at the top of
a long list” of America’s problems, adding, “I chose to sacrifice my
moment today at the top of the podium to call attention to issues that I
believe need to be addressed.” The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee
said that they are reviewing possible consequences for the two, saying everyone
competing in the Pan American Games committed to terms including, quote,
“to refrain from demonstrations that are political in nature.”