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Comedian Artie Lange was arrested Tuesday in Essex County, New Jersey, for violating the terms of his drug rehabilitation program. He is currently being held at Essex County Correctional Facility in Newark.“We received an arrest warrant from drug court for Artie Lange. We executed that arrest warrant without incident at 07:42 hours today,” Kevin Lynch, a public information officer for the Essex County Sheriff’s Office, on behalf of Sheriff Armando Fontoura, confirmed to TheWrap on Tuesday.Katherine Carter, a public information officer for the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, confirmed that the reason for his arrest was that “he was not compliant with the terms of the drug program that he was in as part of drug court.”Carter could not elaborate on the nature of the violation due to drug court’s strict confidentiality rules, but said that “there will be a probation violation hearing at a later date.” The date of the hearing has not yet been set.Also Read: Artie Lange Opens Up About Post-Rehab Cocaine Slip-Up: 'I Have Work to Do'Lynch added, “We can only imagine that when these guys are released from jail or put in halfway house, they get a list of instructions — these things you have to do, these things you can’t do… We’re told by the court that they want to reevaluate him, as far as we know. What he did or didn’t do, we don’t know the specifics of.”A representative for Lange has not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.The Mad TV star was at a halfway house called Freedom House in Clinton, New Jersey, at the time of his arrest.Officials maintained that Lange has been well behaved while in custody.“He’s not a problem,” Lynch said. “The sheriff spoke with Artie this morning. He told me Artie was sober, coherent and executing our commands to do certain things as far as processes without complaint. He was being a good boy.”On January 31, TheWrap reported that Lange was in custody at Essex County Correctional Facility to “sober up” before being transferred to a “long term treatment facility,” according to his Twitter account. Earlier that week, he had reported for a drug test in state Superior Court in Newark after violating his probation by testing positive for cocaine, and again tested positive for the drug during the second test, NJ.com reported. According to the site, the comedian’s attorney, Frank Arleo, said Lange is on Suboxone, a medication used to treat opioid dependency, and also tested positive for morphine at the time.Also Read: Artie Lange to Go to 'Long Term Treatment Facility' After Testing Positive for CocaineLange pleaded guilty in December 2017 to one count of third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance. In June 2018, he was sentenced to four years probation, as well as 50 hours of community service, and was ordered to undergo an outpatient rehabilitation program, where he was required to work a job while living at Freedom House halfway house.A photo posted to Lange’s Twitter account on May 19 shows him working at a local New Jersey gas station. “Pumping gas and reading Howard Stern’s new book, which is great by the way,” the tweet read. “I’m reading about the POTUS when a guy yells at me ‘yo fill it with regular’ lol my crazy life!”Artie reached out and asked us to post this for him: Pumping gas and reading Howard Sterns new book, which is great by the way. I read in 2004 Trump interview with me there. I’m reading about the POTUS when a guy yells at me “ yo fill it with regular” lol, my crazy life! pic.twitter.com/X5uMG74ONs— Artie Lange (@artiequitter) May 19, 2019Read original story Artie Lange Arrested in New Jersey for Drug Court Probation Violation At TheWrap
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With Game of Thrones and the Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe both coming to an end within weeks of each other, it's easy to forget that there are other highly-anticipated movies and shows still coming this summer. One of those movies is Toy Story 4, which reunites a majority of the cast from the third film while introducing a few new toys. In the second official trailer, which Disney released today, we get to meet one of them. In case you were unaware, Keanu Reeves (the star of current box office hit John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum) will be joining the franchise as “Canada’s greatest stuntman" Duke Caboom. This isn't the first time we've seen the new character, but it's the best look we've gotten at him in any footage to date. The other new toy is a spork named Forky (Tony Hale) that Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and friends have to help find for Andy's little sister Bonnie. Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele will also join the cast as cute plushies, while Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, and Annie Potts all return to voice their original characters. Here's the full synopsis for the movie, in case you'd rather read about it than watch the trailer: > Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.Pixar's Toy Story 4 hits theaters on June 21st, 2019.
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Nikolaus “Niki” Lauda, the Austrian Formula One racing legend whose rivalry with British driver James Hunt during the 1970s inspired the Ron Howard film “Rush,” died Monday from undisclosed causes. He was 70.“His unique successes as a sportsman and entrepreneur are and remain unforgettable,'” Lauda’s family said in a statement. “His tireless drive, his straightforwardness and his courage remain an example and standard for us all. Away from the public gaze he was a loving and caring husband, father and grandfather. We will miss him very much.”Born in 1949, Lauda entered a racing career despite the disapproval of his family. His determination to succeed as a racer was such that in 1971, finding his career stalled, Lauda took out a £30,000 bank loan to buy his way into a team. His big break came three years later when he was invited to join the Ferrari team, kicking off a decade-long run as one of the greatest racers in F1.Also Read: Sammy Shore, Stand-Up Comic and Comedy Store Co-Founder, Dies at 92A three-time Formula One World Drivers’ champion, Lauda won championships in 1975, 1977 and 1984 — the first two for Ferrari, and his final title for McLaren. His success was even more remarkable because he won his second and third titles after he was nearly killed in a crash during the 1976 German Grand Prix. He sustained severe burns to his head and significant lung and blood damage from inhaling toxic fumes, but returned to racing just six weeks later.In popular culture he’s best known for his longtime F1 rivalry with his friend, James Hunt, from 1973 to 1979. Their rivalry was chronicled in “Rush,” starring Daniel Brühl as Lauda, and Chris Hemsworth as Hunt. The film focused on the 1976 season and Lauda’s crash.Lauda briefly retired from racing in 1979, returning in 1982 to continued success. He retired for good in 1985 and went into aviation, founding Lauda Air, a Vienna-based short-range airline. It was acquired by Austrian Airlines in 2000, and continued operations until 2013.Lauda also returned to Formula One in a managerial position in 1993, remaining with the organization until 2002.Lauda was married twice: to Marlene Knaus from 1976-1991, and to Birgit Wetzinger from 2008 until his death. With Knaus he had two sons, including FIA World Endurance racer Mathias Lauda, and with Wetzinger he had a son and daughter.Read original story Niki Lauda, Austrian Formula One Legend Portrayed in the Film ‘Rush,’ Dies at 70 At TheWrap
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