Sam Rader, a 29-year-old married Christian Vlogger with a massive YouTube following, has been outed for having a paid profile on the infidelity website Ashley Madison. But despite his missteps, his wife Nia has forgiven him, and is sticking by his side.
‘I did make the account,” Sam admitted in a video uploaded to YouTube. “I made the account two years ago. This is an issue that is in… Continue reading Exposed! Christian Vlogger’s Wife Forgives After Ashley Madison Bombshell As Celebs Race To Hide Accounts
There’s a reason “mo’ money, mo’ problems” is an expression. And Chris Pratt is starting to feel the weight of it.
As the superhero star enjoys life in the celebrity fast lane as a result of his success from Parks and Recreation and Guardians of the Galaxy, there are some people who are still struggling – his family.
A source tells Star magazine that Pratt is starting to feel the pressure… Continue reading As Chris Pratt’s Fame Grows, His Family’s Bank Accounts Shrink – Why Source Claims Chris Pratt ‘Feels Pressure’ To Bail Out Family
Apollo Nida isn’t the only Real Housewives of Atlanta star facing allegations of fraud. His wife, Phaedra Parks, has been slammed by accusations from former friend Angela Stanton, who claimed that Parks was a “crooked snake” who oversaw a fake check and fraud ring several years ago in the book Lies of a Real Housewife. Parks sued Stanton for defamation after the book was published. But now, even… Continue reading Bad Checks, Fake Bank Accounts & Stolen Cars: Inside Claims That Phaedra Parks Oversaw ‘Criminal Enterprise’ – So Scandalous, She Sued!
American actress Brittany Murphy’s bank accounts were emptied by her husband Simon Monjack before he died, sources have revealed. Murphy’s former business manager has claimed that 39-year-old British screenwriter Monjack had drained his wife’s financial accounts by 80 per cent, leaving Murphy’s sole beneficiary, her mother Sharon Murphy in an uncertain financial future. “There were […] Continue reading Brittany Murphy’s hubby ‘emptied her bank accounts before his own death’