Kate Major filed a police report yesterday, alleging that fiance Michael Lohan pushed her over a chair and kicked her in the face during a fight on Monday. Kate says that she sought medical attention and has pictures of her injuries. Michael denies any physical violence, but admits that he and Kate argued. According to him, Kate was jealous...
For anyone who thought this story couldn't get worse, you were wrong...Apparently, after Mel punched Oksana twice in the head, she fell to the bed and he began choking her with his forearm—while she was holding their baby daughter Lucia. After Oksana got loose from Mel's grasp, he allegedly pulled out a gun and threatened to kill her, the children (Lucia and Oksana's 12-year-old son Sascha, who was in another room) and himself.
Jaleel White, aka Urkel from the (inexplicably) long-running sitcom Family Matters, has been accused of battery by his former girlfriend/baby mama Bridget Hardy. Although she reported no injuries from the alleged fight, Bridget filed a report with the LAPD on Tuesday and the "family matter" is being investigated. We can't help but wonder if Jaleel used his famous catchphrase, "Did I do that?" when the cops showed up to question him about the incident.
Talk about a lethal weapon—Oksana Grigorieva's tape recorder is slowly murdering Mel Gibson's career. And we can't say that he doesn't deserve everything that's coming to him. It seems that Oksana has audio proof to back up her claims (and photographic evidence) that Mel was physically abusive.
We just reported earlier today that Mel Gibson filed a restraining order against his estranged girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva. However, we're now learning that Mel's complaint came after Oksana filed a restraining order against him, allegedly because he was "extremely violent." The day after a judge prohibited him from having any contact with Oksana, Mel went to court to modify the order so that he could see the couple's daughter Lucia. That's when Mel issued a restraining order of his own, ostensibly to prevent Oksana from dishing any dirt on him.
Kim Kardashian's ex-husband, Damon Thomas, blabbed his face off to In Touch this week, telling the magazine that his former wife is jealous of sisters Kourtney and Khloe and obsessed with plastic surgery. Next week we expect Damon to tell all about such hot topics as the pope's religion, where bears do their business, and what color the sky is.
Are Jenna Jameson and Tito Ortiz getting on with life as usual, just days after their domestic drama began? Jenna now insists that she never claimed abuse, saying that her remarks were "misinterpreted." And Tito, whose lawyer painted Jenna as a suicidal drug addict, is now saying that he "jumped to conclusions" over a couple of pain pills. Something fishy is going on here. So who's covering up what and why?
Perhaps Jenna Jameson didn't just run off to party in Las Vegas after her alleged assault by Tito Ortiz, like we first thought. Turns out that Jenna went to take a drug test at well-known Nevada lab American Toxicology, Inc. Jenna's urine sample tested negative for oxycodone and 10 other major drugs. Of course, since there are plenty of products and tricks out there designed to help people beat drug tests, there are still those who won't believe the test is legit. Not to mention that a lot of people judge Jenna's credibility based on her porn star past.
Jenna Jameson's live-in boyfriend Tito Ortiz was arrested Monday morning on domestic violence charges, after officers responded to a 911 call by the former porn star's father. Jenna says that Tito Ortiz assaulted her, but the ultimate fighter claims that she fell while high on Oxycontin.
Britney Spears allegedly freaked out on boyfriend/manager Jason Trawick, and the argument ended with Britney physically abusing Jason. What's weird about this is that X17 has several pictures of Britney in her car crying after the incident. If the photog witnessed this alleged assault, why aren't there pictures of that?
Every year, 1.3 million women are victims of domestic violence and one of them is my sister. While cases are severely underreported because of the fear and denial common in abusive relationships, the US Department of Justice estimates that 25 percent of women in the US are or will be a victim of domestic violence. Read one sister's story and find out what to do when someone you love is in a violent relationship.
The story that has dominated the last month of this past decade is, of course, Tiger Woods. The most important athlete of the 21st century is the focal point of a story that started with a wrecked Escalade, segued into a potential female-on-male instance of domestic violence and culminated with the revelation that Tiger has been poppin' gals on the side like it's nobody's business. But is this really a big story?