A Texas inmate received a last minute stay of execution Wednesday, and his lawyers say he's suffering from mental illnesses. It's a case that's been closely watched by the national media, and has given fuel to the conversation about whether someone that's mentally ill should be executed for their crimes.
Amanda Bynes appeared in a New York court this morning (July 9) to face charges of reckless endangerment and tampering with evidence after she threw a bong -- which she claims was merely a a vase -- out the window of her high-rise apartment building in May. And what better way to prove how sane she is than to show up in a greenish-blue wig.
"But your honor," we hope she said, "I cou
I really think that she should be able to get off on this one, but people keep saying it's going to be the real deal and she is going to jail. I am getting bored with this though, I think she can't just be famous anymore for being famous. She really needs to be making hit movies or T.V. shows PDQ to keep getting all this attention.
When Bruno Mars sings "Cuz you're amazing, just the way you are," does he mean it when he's sober, or high on cocaine?
Looks like Mars, aka Peter Hernandez, will need to stay clean for 12 months if he doesn't want to go to prison for his bad habit.