By Amber GoodhandRadar News Editor
The public was shocked when disturbing photos of Nadya “Octo-Mom” Suleman’s squalid living conditions surfaced earlier this week, but radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned some equally shocking news about how they came to be.
Octo-Mom’s hairstylist, Stephanie, was identified as the whistleblower who sold the photographs to the media and alerted the authorities to the conditions in which the 14 children were living… Continue reading Octo-Mom Was Set Up! Stylist Sold Photos First, Then Called Cops!
Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet) to sale the…
Earlier this week, a New York Times feature revealed that Michelle Williams’ Marilyn Monroe wig (yes, it was a wig) in “My Week With Marilyn” cost $ 4,000. While there are no plans (yet)… Continue reading Most Expensive Movie Props Ever Sold: 'Breakfast At Tiffany's,' 'Back To The Future,' 'Star Wars' And More
The house where Kevin McCallister swung his burglar-besting pain cans has been taken off the market.
Back in May, the sprawling booby-trapped home from 1990’s “Home Alone” went up for sale for a cool $ 2.4 million. (Hands on cheeks!)
The 14 bedroom/3.2 bath home boasts more than a terrifying basement and booby-trapped accoutrements — the Georgian mansion is situated just north of Chicago, on a half-acre of land, a stone’s throw… Continue reading 'Home Alone' House Sold: Famous House Sells For $1.58 Million
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Anticipation for Katie Couric’s new syndicated talker is definitely strong: Her eponymous show has already been sold in more than 80% of the country. Katie, which is from Disney-ABC Domestic TV, will premiere in September 2012.
The one-hour daily talk show has been picked up in 55 of the country’s top 60 markets, including Minneapolis, Cleveland, St. Louis, Portland, San Antonio… Continue reading Katie Couric talker sold in more than 80 percent of U.S.