With just a couple days left before the new year, we have a brand new contender for best celebrity mug shot of 2016 after Taylor Swift’s ex (and, oh yeah, Robert “Bobby” Kennedy’s grandson) Conor Kennedy looked (and acted) like a real life version of the hairtasticly handsome bully Steve from Stranger Things by getting into an early AM bar brawl in Colorado.
Trey Songz turned into Trey Tantrumz Wednesday night in Detroit after he went over his allotted time during “The Big Show at The Joe” concert and had his microphone turned off. Trey told the audience that they threatened to silence his mic, and he proudly boasted “if a n***a cut me off, I’m going the f**k crazy, you know what I’m saying?” They did and he did, resulting in a police sergeant suffering a concussion and Trey being arrested.
Teen Mom 2 dad Nathan Griffith is quickly closing the gap with his ex Jenelle Evans as far as the size of their mug shot collections go! Nathan’s latest pose in front of the booking camera comes after he was transferred to the Myrtle Beach jail where he will reside until he faces a judge tomorrow about his pending domestic violence charges against ex Jessica Henry.
Records show that Nathan Griffith is behind bars after a warrant was issued for his arrest. Get the details on his latest run in with the law and see the full accompanying mug shot.
UPDATE – We now have more information about Nathan’s arrest from the police report, including the fact that he was apparently inebriated and attempted to give police a false name.
47-year-old Randy Chrisley, the younger brother of Chrisley Knows Best patriarch Todd Chrisley, was apparently trying to reinvent trick or treating this weekend as he was arrested for shoplifting in South Carolina Sunday after stuffing multiple bags of candy worth a total of $22 in his pants at a Dollar General store.
One of celebridom’s most dysfunctional couples continues their headline-grabbing ways as Michael Lohan’s estranged wife Kate Major Lohan found herself behind bars once again in Florida earlier today — this time for allegedly assaulting a police officer while intoxicated.
Crenshanda Williams, a former 911 operator from Houston, Texas, is believed to have deliberately hung up on hundreds of calls. Get the latest from her first court appearance today as well as video of a local news report highlighting just how grievous this shucking of responsibility could prove to be.