"Old white men telling women what they can do with their bodies is repulsive, and it’s abhorrent,” the former star of "The Good Wife" said.
The "Modern Family" actress exposed the scars on her mid-section that have resulted from 16 surgeries, including two kidney transplants, in her short 28 years.
Self-help guru Tony Robbins faces new allegations of sexual misconduct in a report published by BuzzFeed News.
After previously speaking out in support of her friend and WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, Pamela Anderson doesn't think he would survive an extradition from the U.K. to the U.S. "I hope he gets out of there, but I don't think he'll survive extradition. It can't happen. It's not even an option. We can't have him […]
A Chicago judge ordered that Smollett’s case file be unsealed Thursday, making the records available to the public.“State’s Attorney Foxx is pleased to be able to provide the public with even greater transparency in this matter than was previously possible because of the sealing order,” the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office said in a statement to TheWrap. “A review of the documents is currently underway and the State’s Attorney’s Office will release the documents related to this case through a FOIA production by June 3, 2019.”The charges against Smollett included an accusation that the “Empire” actor staged a racist and homophobic attack on himself and arranged for two brothers to carry it out. He denied the charges. Prosecutors abruptly dropped all charges against Smollett on March 26.Once the charges were dropped, the court approved Smollet’s lawyer’s request to seal the case, but it was unsealed Thursday at the request of The New York Times and news other organizations that argued for the need for transparency, the Times reported.The ruling by Judge Steven G. Watkins of the Circuit Court of Cook County may lead to some answers as to why the office dropped the charges.Fox has renewed “Empire” for its sixth and final season, and the renewal included an option to extend Smollett’s contract to continue playing Jamal Lyon throughout the remainder of the series. However, Fox said during last week’s upfront call that there were “no plans” for his character to return.Smollett’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, did not immediately respond to TheWraps’ request for comment.A reporter for CBS Chicago tweeted a photo of the judge’s order Thursday.pic.twitter.com/4GlvMwzpfT— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) May 23, 2019Read original story Judge Orders That Jussie Smollett’s Case File Be Unsealed At TheWrap
On Friday, Mario Batali will be arraigned in a Boston courthouse regarding an indecent assault and battery charge after a woman accused the restaurateur of groping and kissing her in 2017, according to the New York Times. Several women have also accused Batali of sexual harassment. Batali has continuously denied the claims of sexual assault. […]
The "Master of None" star told the Academy Award winner she needed some of her "Halle Berry juice," which led to a killer pep talk and a big kiss.
Geoffrey Rush has been awarded $1.9 million after winning a defamation case against Australia’s Nationwide News over a story published in the company’s Daily Telegraph, multiple media outlets reported on Thursday.The judgement is the largest ever defamation payout to a single person in Australia, according to BBC News.The case brought by Rush centered on allegations made by Eryn Jean Norvill, who co-starred with him in Shakespeare’s “King Lear” during a production which ran in Sydney from 2015 to 2016.The Telegraph article titled “King Leer” included Norvill accusing Rush of inappropriate touching, chasing her into a bathroom and sending salacious text messages — something the actor vigorously denied.Also Read: Geoffrey Rush Wins Defamation Lawsuit Against Australia's Daily TelegraphOn Thursday, Australia’s Justice Michael Wigney agreed.“This was a recklessly irresponsible piece of sensational journalism of the worst kind,” Wigney said, while also noting that Norvill had been “prone to exaggeration.”Reps for Rush did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The money is an additional victory over the paper for the actor. In April, Rush officially triumphed in his defamation suit and was at the time awarded more than $600,000.The payout, while significant, is still far less than the original $20 million in damages the star had been seeking.Rush, a longtime Hollywood staple, is best known for his role as Captain Barboza in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise. He has also delivered countless other notable performances in films like “The King’s Speech,” “Shine” and “Les Misérables.”Read original story Geoffrey Rush Awarded $1.9 Million in MeToo Defamation Case At TheWrap
The conservative actors are taking part in a reading which pledges to expose the "hate-filled, sleazy, juvenile, corrupt text messages" of the FBI agents investigating Trump.
The actor, playing George Jefferson in the "All in the Family"/"The Jeffersons" remake special, broke the fourth wall in style.
The Office stars John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer feud over Stanley Cup Final
Three-and-a-half years after Joe Manganiello married "Modern Family" actress Sofia Vergara, he's still as smitten as ever.
Amber Heard left the glitz and glamour behind at the Cannes Film Festival and used her celebrity power to help back a bill that will intensify the punishment from people who circulate nonconsensual pornography. Heard spoke Wednesday at the United States Capitol to throw her support towards “The SHIELD Act,” which would make owning and […] The post Amber Heard Speaks at U.S. Capitol to Support Revenge Porn Bill appeared first on The Blast.
Things are not calming down for Wendy Williams and Kevin Hunter despite their impending divorce.