Just how drunk was Reese Witherspoon‘s husband when the two were pulled over in Atlanta on April 19? radio detection and rangingOnline.com has obtained exclusive police dash cam footage of the moment cops witnessed Jim Toth‘s car swerving in and out of his lane and pulled the pair over.
At the beginning of the video clip the police car is seen sitting at a red light and when it turns… Continue reading New Video: This Is Why Cops Pulled Over Reese Witherspoon & Husband Jim Toth — Watch Their Car Swerve And Cross Lanes
Kim Kardashian does not think that her maternity clothes are too tight, but just in case she takes a little added measure in the form of body shapewear!
The 32-year-old reality star, whose pregnancy fashion hasn’t exactly been welcome to warm reviews by the media, blasted back at her haters on her blog this week, declaring it “ridiculous” that people think her maternity styles are too snug and reassuring everyone… Continue reading Kim Kardashian Blasts Her Maternity Fashion Haters, Cops To Wearing ‘Pregnancy Spanx!’
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has been snubbed in its latest attempts to interview Robert Wagner about the death of his former wife Natalie Wood.
Since a new investigation was launched into the case more than a year ago, Wagner, 82, has ignored all requests by the authorities to speak with him, a spokesperson for the department told TheWrap on Friday.
Lt. John Corina claimed that various interview requests were… Continue reading Robert Wagner Refusing To Talk To Cops In Natalie Wood Case, Says L.A. Sheriff
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Gabriel Aubry repeatedly asked cops to secure security footage before it was destroyed, following the brutal fight he was involved in with Halle Berry’s fiance Olivier Martinez on Thanksgiving, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Radar was first to report on the existence of the footage, which was captured on Berry’s security cameras… Continue reading Gabriel Aubry Asked Cops To Secure Surveillance Tape Before It Was Destroyed Following Brutal Beat Down, Court Docs State