Though they were serious enough to warrant an eight-year prison sentence, the Mendeecees Harris charges are being reconsidered by a federal judge in light of the Love & Hip Hop star’s continued good behavior and success in speaking to children about the dangers of drug use. Mendeecees’ attorney has petitioned the judge for a nearly 50% reduction in his sentence, which would mean the husband and father might return to freedom a whole lot sooner than originally expected.
As we reported last month, Breaking Amish‘s Sabrina is currently sober and seems to really be getting her life back together after moving back in with her parents. However, there was still one major piece missing: her 17-month-old daughter Oakley. Due to her drug addiction issues, Sabrina lost custody of Oakley, but got some great news in court on Wednesday! Keep reading for the news, as well as more updates from Sabrina on her current relationship status with Oakley’s dad, Harry Kreiser III.
An elderly diabetic was found alive after she spent two weeks in the California wilderness, during which time she lived off rain water and a limited supply of food. Sadly, her husband did not survive.
Watch 7-year-old Alex, an Iron Man fan who was born with a partially developed arm, get the surprise of his life.
When 10-year-old Christopher Warner, who has Down syndrome, met his favorite band Maroon 5, it was too much for him. When he had a panic attack from the overwhelming awesomeness, the band joined in on the floor to rest it out.
In a bid for family solidarity, British parents Tanya and Adam Phillips got tattoos on their legs to match the strawberry birthmark their 18-month daughter Honey-Rea has.
Maybe Taylor Swift should set up a scholarship fund. The generous singer send a fan a check for $1,989 to help with her student loan debt stashed inside a clutch with “New York is my boyfriend” emblazoned on it.
One of the best things about the holiday season is seeing relatives you may not see a lot during the rest of the year, but one of the worst things if having to answer a lot of uncomfortable questions, sometimes the same ones over and over again. 17-year-old Arianna Simon came up with a solution for that: a FAQ pamphlet.