First they don’t own up to losing a woman’s laptop and gets slapped with a $54 million lawsuit. Now at a Florida store, a cop tasers a shopper in a Daytona Beach store.
Well yet another Disney star is in trouble. You would have thought by now that Disney would have done something to mentor these folks. Seems like every time you turn around, another one is in trouble and it’s all over the news.
It’s a pity though that this time it’s a Kim Possible actress.
What’s next? Christy Carlson Romano doing a sex scene on Family Guy? Oh wait. She did. Link.
TV star Kirsten Storms was arrested for DUI in September 2007, in LA. Kirsten, who voices the cheerleader Bonnie Rockwaller in Disney’s “Kim Possible”, was arrested after failing field sobriety tests.
I’ve talked about coming from a small town in the past and how they sometimes have to deal with issues that one would normally see in a bigger city. Crimes like embezzlement seem out of place in a small town of a couple thousand.
Sometimes even the cooperation between neighbors seems to be missing.
Seen over at MSN.com. I love the third one:
- Paris fires publicist, calls jail term ‘cruel’
- Video: Courtroom reaction from her family
- Do you even care?
Who says the media doesn’t have a sense on humour on occasion? 😉
A little late on this but…
A Rhode Island public school has decided the Easter bunny is too Christian and renamed him Peter Rabbit, and a state legislator is so hopping mad he has introduced an “Easter Bunny Act” to save the bunny’s good name.
“Like many Rhode Islanders I’m quite frustrated by people trying to change traditions that we’ve held in this country for 150 years, like the Easter bunny,” Rhode Island State Rep. Richard Singleton told “Good Morning America Weekend Edition.”
WAYNESBURG, Ky. — She was Miss America in 1944, but Venus Ramey said an accomplishment Friday the 13th pleases her just as much.
The 82-year-old Ramey was alerted to a gang of metal thieves on her property near Waynesburg by her dogs. She said she jumped in her truck and drove to the building that was being looted, blocked an SUV and stepped out of her vehicle with a .38-caliber revolver.
A man told her he was “scrapping metal.” Venus replied “not my metal,” and shot out one of his tires. She held the man at gunpoint as four others fled. Ramey flagged down a driver with a cell phone and had a call placed to the sheriff’s office.
Deputy Sheriff Danny Gilliam saidone man will be charged. The others who ran were rounded up, but released.