SiriusXM’s The Opie & Anthony show has chimed in on Paris Jackson’s suicide attempt, doubting the 15-year-old’s sincerity to end her life and raising issues with her unconventional upbringing with the Jackson family since her father Michael’s 2009 death.
“How do you expect mental stability growing up in that f***ing nuthouse?” show member Jim Norton asked Thursday (possibly referring to the family’s well-publicized internal upheaval last summer when grandmother Katherine… Continue reading Comic Jim Norton On Paris Jackson: ‘How Do You Expect Mental Stability Growing Up In That Nuthouse?’
By Amber Goodhand – Radar News Editor
Brandi Glanville is hitting back hard in response to a scathing email her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian exclusively released to radio detection and rangingOnline.com on Wednesday in which he defended his new wife, LeAnn Rimes and slammed Glanville.
Glanville posted her own withering response on Twitter later in the day, ordering her ex-husband to “find ur balls”… Continue reading Brandi Glanville Responds To Eddie Cibrian's Scathing Email: 'LeAnn Is Addicted Adderall, Drinks Like A Fish & Has Severe Mental Issues!'
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Amber Portwood was commanded by an Indiana judge earlier this week to serve out her five-year prison sentence, and now the Teen Mom star has spoken out in a video interview about her drug addiction, attempted overdose and mental issues.
“I took 30 Suboxone [which typically treats opioid addiction] within three days,” Amber said in an exclusive jailhouse interview… Continue reading Teen Mom Amber Portwood Talks Prison, Overdose Attempts & Mental Problems
When you think about it, there’s really no one better for this job.
Gary Busey is set to play himself in an upcoming episode in “Two and a Half Men.” The Hollywood Reporter says that Busey will play Alan’s (Jon Cryer) roommate in a sanitarium.
The basic set up is that Alan loses his marbles… Continue reading 'Two and a Half Men': Gary Busey joins as a mental patient
Infants and toddlers too can suffer serious mental disorders, yet they are not likely to receive treatment that could prevent lasting damage, says a new study. “The pervasive, but mistaken, impression that young children do not develop mental health problems” keeps them away from treatment, say study authors Joy D. Osofsky and Alicia F. Lieberman [...] Continue reading Babies, toddlers too can suffer mental illness