Page Too Report for 12/26/2017
According to the Queensland Police, the man was charged with numerous offenses, including "possessing child exploitation material and using a carriage service to groom persons under 16."
With offenses as far back as 2007, the man is now being charged with rape, indecent treatment of children, making child exploitation material, using a carriage service to procure persons under 16, and using a carriage service for child pornography material.
The man's computer was examined and illicit material was discovered. He allegedly used Facebook, Skype and other online platforms to dupe his victims. Read morehere.
In a new interview with Billboard, Malik gave an update and set the record straight about his relationship with eating. "It wasn't specifically an eating disorder," he said. 'It was a control thing. Every area of my life was so regimented and controlled, it was the one area where I could say, 'No, I'm not eating that.' Once I got over the control, the eating just came back into place, super naturally."
Then, Malik decided to choose his words more carefully. "Not super naturally!" he said. "Just really naturally. I came back to the UK and spent some time with my mum and got some TLC, and she cooked me food and I got back in touch, mentally, with a lot of the things I'd lost."
After taking some time for R&R, Zayn said he's feeling like himself again -- attributing his troubles to the experience in One Direction. "I now have no problem with anxiety," Malik said. "It was something I was dealing with in the band." Read morehere.
The Confident singer posed topless in a bed of furs--are they coats? Stoles? Blankets? The world may never know. In the images, Demi displays her tattoos and appears to be sleeping.
The Instagram caption reads "Mid fitting nap time," with a little grinning devil emoji. Lovato updated her Snapchat story with footage from the same setup, looking sultry behind the scenes. The photo has almost a million likes on Instagram. See the luxurious naphere.
Jury selection for the case was to have begun on Wednesday, March 15. Before that could happen, Banks' entertainment attorney John Vafa worked with Banks' New York court-appointed counselor to settle a plea bargain, reports Pitchfork.
"After conferring and working with Ms. Banks' New York criminal attorney, we were able to negotiate and accept a plea deal," Vafta said. "Ms. Banks will participate in the ordered courses by the district attorney and the judge for 26 weeks." Read morehere.
According to TMZ, which posted video of the incident, Jean and two female passengers including his manager were pulled over by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies around 1:30 a.m. (PT) in West Hollywood. Their vehicle matched the description of a car used in an armed robbery in the same neighborhood.
"I'm in L.A. right now, coming from the studio," Wyclef said to a cameraman filming the scene. "See, the police have handcuffs on me. They just took off my Haitian bandanna. That's what's going on right now with Wyclef. The L.A.P.D. have me in cuffs for absolutely nothing." Watch the video and see Wyclef's tweetshere.
On their official Facebook page, the rockers shared a photo of West in the Filth merchandise with the caption: "Kanye West. Cradle Of Filth fan. Fortunately not a collaborator."
See the photograph of the golden haired Kanye donning the Cradle Of Filth t-shirt that sparked the band's backlash, along with the group's negative reaction to the rapper's fashion choicehere.
"Who else would I be thinking about?" he said. 'And by the way, it's a testament to the fact that I have not dated a lot of people in the last five, six years. That was my only relationship. So it's like, give me this, people."
When he spoke to Rolling Stone earlier this year about the album, he described "Still Feel Like Your Man" as his "little engine that could. The title itself had lyrics blowing out of it from every corner'[I wrote it] almost like a treatment for a movie." Read morehere.
The shooting took place outside a 24-hour deli in Fetty Wap's hometown, Paterson, New Jersey early Sunday, reports the Paterson Times. Police charged Raheem Thomas with assault and weapons offenses after it was determined that he hit a man in the head and face with a gun he was not permitted to carry. He was not charged with shooting anybody.
Thomas is the CEO and owner of the hip-hop promotion company Muscle Team Entertainment. This weekend, Thomas' Instagram account depicted a photo of a masked man wearing what looks like Fetty Wap's 1738 pendant, which was reportedly stolen. The rapper's crew is called Remy Boyz 1738, in tribute to the Remy Martin 1738 cognac brand.
Along with the photo, Thomas posted, "Just to set the record straight, I personally didn't take (Fetty Wap's) chain." Read morehere.
The songwriter, Paul Rose, filed a lawsuit on Monday (Feb. 27) in a Manhattan federal court. Rose claims that U2 copied part of his song "Nae Slappin" for their song "The Fly," reports the New York Post.
The lawsuit alleges that U2 heard Rose's song after they signed with Island Records in 1989, which happens to be the same year he shared a demo of "Nae Slappin" with studio executives at the label. Rose seeks songwriting credit on the U2 song and $5 million in damages and lawyer's fees.
Listen to and compare U2's "The Fly" with Paul Rose's "Nae Slappin"here.
Tomlinson arrived with his girlfriend, and allegedly grew frustrated when a photographer got too close. According to eyewitnesses, he pulled the photographer by his legs so they fell backward to the ground and hit their head. The LA Times reports the singer was charged with simple battery and released after posting $20,000 bond.
His team said to TMZ in a statement, "The paparazzi provoked and caused the altercation that occurred with Louis. It's not the first time that a paparazzi has created an altercation with a celebrity. While the altercation was going on with the paparazzi, three other individuals were attacking his girlfriend during this incident and he came to her defense." See videohere.
"We've been rehearsing here and up until last night we had fireworks for you," she told the crowd during the show. "And obviously everyone likes a fireworks display. However, my son was watching in the crowd … there wasn't much of a crowd, there was like five people. A bit of debris - it wasn't big - but a bit of s- went in his eye and he was very upset, so I got rid of the fireworks."
In an effort to gauge the crowd's reaction, Adele asked them if they wanted to see fireworks in the show, despite the risk. "Let's get a cheer for fireworks if you want them," she said; her question was followed by loud cheers. Read morehere.
"We were in Japan," Sheeran remembers. "We'd been out to a dive bar. He just drank water and I got hammered. Then we went to a golf course, and he lay on the floor and put a golf ball in his mouth and told me to hit it out of his mouth. I was like, 'F-, I need to aim this properly,' and I swung."
"And you know in films when someone gets punched, and you hear that fake sound, like a slap?" Sheeran mused. "But in real life when someone gets punched, you hear that dull thud, a bit sickening? I heard a sound like the last one, and saw his security guard looking at me like [he was horrified]." Read morehere.
The 19-year old rapper was put on probation from an earlier arrest in May when he was accused of strong-arm robbery, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a delinquent and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement, reports XXL.
Records indicate Black's probation violations include not staying confined to his approved residence and traveling to locations without permission including a Miami strip club and a boxing match in Ohio. Read more and see a photo of Black tweeted himself wearing a suit and tie on Tuesday morning (Feb 28) on his way to court, where he was later arrestedhere.
The rapper claimed fans should stop waiting for Minaj's response to "ShETHER" because the diss track was already a response. "She started it," Remy explained, adding later, "she's been doing this to a lot of females, from Lil Kim to Mariah to Taylor and no one says anything."
Remy added Minaj's behavior has been downright petty over the years. "It was the behind-the-scenes things that you people would never know about, as far as trying to keep me off of red carpets, trying to make sure awards don't go to me or she's not going to be in attendance, or trying to get people to make bad reports about my album sales--or just anything that I'm doing to make me look less and make her look better," she explained. "When you're trying to stop my bag, when you're trying to stop me from taking care of my children, now I have a problem with that."
As for why she was dressed like she was attending a funeral, Remy curtly said, "My grandmother told me to never speak ill of the dead." Watch the interview cliphere.
"Y'all gotta stop with this 'angry' s-, going through drugs and all this other s-" he said. "I'm tired of reading about some s- soon as I've got something popping. Soon as I want to promote a tour, a party, a f-ing album, anything, y'all bring up something."He took the camera outside his residence to show off his many cars. "I'm not hurting out here," he added.
In a second video, Brown accused other rappers of spending too much time and money making their studios into "time capsules." He shared, "My weed and my work. That's all I need." Watch the clipshere.
The rap star was charged with having the wrong permit for a gun that he was carrying in his car, according to a representative from the Beverly Hills Police Department.
Police arrested Mensa and confiscated the gun once they discovered the permit was from another state, Billboard reported. He spent a night in jail and received a felony count for carrying a concealed weapon. He was released on $35,000 bail. Read morehere.
Plenty of big stars have earned the chart's top spot out of the gate: Some have even done it more than once. But Future became the first person ever to do it in rapid-fire succession, replacing his own number one with his next number one. HNDRXX marks the rapper's fifth number-one album overall.
Future joins an elite group of nine artists whose albums have occupied the number one and number two spots on the chart at the same time. The last to do so was Prince, whose albums posthumously climbed the charts after his death last year. Read morehere.
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