Florida man Triston Horne was staying the night over at his ex-wife’s house when things, and a sex toy, broke bad. Get the deets on how all of this Floridarifficness went down and then see the inevitable “you really shouldn’t be airing this dirty laundry” Facebook spat that Horne got into after trying to tell his side of the story.
Jenelle Evans is responding to rumors that began earlier today to say that not only was she not arrested, but that she was actually the victim of a random crime. See what she told us exclusively about the scary incident.
Arthur Booth, 49, appeared in court on Thursday for a bond hearing following an arrest in which police said he broke into a home, stole a car, and fled from authorities. Presiding Miami-Dade County Judge Mindy Glazer took Booth by surprise with her first inquiry, “I have a question for you — did you go to Nautilus [Middle School]?” Booth’s realization that Glazer was his old classmate and his uncontrollable outburst of sorrow and regret were all caught on video.
Police searching for “possibly pregnant” female suspect after a man was beaten to death following a Kenny Chesney concert
Seattle police are searching for a male and a female suspect in the killing of Benito Enriquez, who was beaten to death after attending a Kenny Chesney concert on Saturday.
Saved By the Bell alum Dustin Diamond will be spending 120 days behind bars and has been ordered to pay restitution to the victim after his headline-grabbing stabbing incident in a Port Washington, Wisconsin bar last December. Dustin escaped a felony conviction, but a jury found him guilty of misdemeanor counts of carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct.
Virginia woman Tonya Slaton is behind bars with charges pending after police discovered the remains of her son in the trunk of her car. Quincy Jamar Davis went missing in 2004, when he was in seventh grade.
Mary Katherine Pursley, a special education teacher in Georgia, pleaded for her job by telling a panel she was only joking when she put a crying autistic student in the trash. She has been on paid leave since she was arrested for felony first-degree child cruelty in early May.
Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck pleaded guilty to having sex with a minor. She was charged last year with two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact, and three counts of providing alcohol to minors.