*Uh boy. You have to wonder sometimes: What is it going to take for some of us to get it through our heads that if we don’t want to live with the threat of our intimate photos and videos being put on blast, there’s only one solution: stop posing for them.
Or at least make sure we have personally erased them from the phone before we trade it in!
Too bad one Los Angeles woman neglected to do this. Now she has put her humiliation aside long enough to file a lawsuit; in which she claims a Sprint employee found two pictures of her engaged in sex and used the Facebook app on her phone to upload them; making them visible to her family, friends and co-workers.
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*It was the highly anticipated season finale of “Being Mary Jane” Tuesday night.
And when EURweb says finale, it means what a finale!
The show pulled in 5.8 million viewers!
*Angela Stanton‘s lawyers aren’t buying it!
They want the Phaedra Parks defamation case to be tossed since there’s no evidence against Stanton.
The Lawsuit? Well, it’s worth $30 million.
*Whoa! This is kind of a big deal.
And speaking of deals, it seems Tyler Perry and Lionsgate are calling theirs off. The association, which dates back to 2005, has ended and will not be renewed.
With the announcement, the actor-writer-producer-director is closing the Los Angeles offices of his 34th Street Films, consolidating operations at his Atlanta headquarters. Continue reading
*Rep. Frank Underwood of the Netflix series “House of Cards” may be a ruthless politician willing to contort his own ethics and morals if it will move him or his cause just an inch forward, but actor Kevin Spacey says his character’s by-any-means-necessary tactics in Washington are not unlike that of our 16th President’s approach in getting the 13th Amendment through the House.
“One of the things I liked so much about Steven Spielberg’s film [‘Lincoln’] was both the screenwriter and Spielberg were not afraid to show a politician who has without question, and in American folklore, become an almost saintly figure – showing what he was willing to do to get an anti-slavery bill passed,” Spacey told us during roundtables for the series. “He was willing to give appointments to people, willing to put them in positions that today if that happened, it’d be a big scandal.
“But he felt it was worth it. That giving pointless jobs to various politicians in order to get their vote, to change something he fundamentally felt was important means we were watching a politician at work. Not a saint. A politician.
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*Frank Reed, lead singer of the Chi-Lites passed away suddenly Wednesday night. Reed joined the group in the early 80’s after the departure of the late Eugene Record.
News of Reed’s death was announced by his brother, Myles Reed Jr., via Facebook:
“It is with a very heavy heart that I share this information. My brother, Frank K. Reed passed away this morning.
According to Wikipedia, Reed was 59. Continue reading