At last, there is some light on the horizon for Hollywood son turned jailed drug dealer Cameron Douglas. Nearly six months after his father, Michael Douglas, complained of the brutality of Cameron’s lengthy stay in solitary confinement, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that he’s been released.
“It’s true,” Anthony Papa of the Drug Policy Alliance, who has been an advocate for Cameron in the past, tells radio detection and… Continue reading Thanks Dad! Cameron Douglas RELEASED From Solitary Confinement After Father Michael’s Desperate Emmys Plea
Any potential plea deal for the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa and Joe Giudice in their 39 counts of fraud will include prison time, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
“Plea talks between the United States Attorney’s Office and Teresa and Joe’s lawyers haven’t formally begun yet, but prosecutors are insisting that BOTH of them do time behind bars,” a source told radio detection and ranging.
“The government has a very… Continue reading Any Plea Deal For Giudices WILL Include Prison Time, Teresa Hoping For House Arrest
Seeing the trailers for Martin Scorsese’s Hugo used to give me conflicting emotions. Part of me knew I should get excited because of Scorsese alone, but the actual trailers and TV spots themselves all looked like a strange, unappealing hybrid of The Polar Express and Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium– it was all shaping up to be the kind of movie that I knew I would… Continue reading Fan Plea: Please Go See Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo' in 3D This Weekend
They were among the final words of Michael Jackson.
“I’d like to have some milk,” he told his doctor. “Please, please give me some.”
It wasn’t really milk that the pop star wanted, but an injection through an IV of a powerful anesthetic called propofol, the one substance that… Continue reading Michael Jackson's Plea to Doctor: 'Please, Please' Give Me Propofol