21 up-and-coming rapper Lil Peep died Wednesday evening of a suspected drug overdose while on tour. 'When I die you'll love me,' he wrote, as the caption to an Instagram post of himself on stage shortly before his death.
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Today, Rose McGowan turned herself in on drug charges. After her release on bail, she and her lawyer spoke with The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow about how they believe the drugs could have been planted. The article makes a connection between McGowan’s airport experience and tweets she made months before the incidence about being raped by a then-unnamed “studio head.”
In the wake of comedian Louis C.K. admitted that the <a href="https://starcasm.net/archives/379085" target="_blank">sexual harassment rumors about him that first started circulating as far back as 2012 were true</a>, his fans and friends in the industry are grappling with what this all means. Comedian and popular podcaster Marc Maron is a fan Louis' spanning decades and addressed the issue on the intro of his latest episode of WTF. In his reckoning with Louis' actions he claimed he directly asked C.K. multiple time about whether or not the rumors were true, and Louis responded with "no it's not true, it's not real, it's a rumor."
A year ago yesterday, November 2, 2016, Sherri Papini disappeared while jogging, leaving her husband and son distraught. She was discovered three weeks later in the early morning of Thanksgiving Day on the side of the rode. Her hands and feet were bound. According to her husband she was painfully thin, covered in bruises and had been "branded." Some Internet sleuths dismissed Papini's fraught kidnapping story as a hoax and now new details have emerged in this puzzling case.
Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil deals with the antics of “Truthfully” Trisha Kirley: a woman who live streams her entire life at the cost of almost everything else in a bid to become YouTube famous. Her streaming habits over the past year have led to her making quite a few enemies and stirred up turmoil in her family. She’s very open about having multiple mental and physical illnesses like fibromyalgia and bipolar disorder, and is adamant that her constant streaming helps shed an honest light on what’s its like to live with these disorders. Her detractors say her online behavior is putting herself and others in danger.
This past Saturday, 25-year-old Lisa Theris was found desperately thin and covered in scratches and leaves on the side of the road in rural Alabama. She said she survived on eating berries and mushrooms and drinking water from puddles and streams–while lost in a dense forest for almost a month. Now, police are piecing together exactly happened to the young woman, as there seems to be a link between her July disappearance and a burglary involving suspects Manley Davis and Randall Oswald.
Filming the upcoming (September 15) psychological horror film mother!with her now-boyfriend Darren Aronofsky was a harrowing experience. To unwind from the mental tortures the movie required, she retreated to a self-made safe space: a tent plastered with photos of Kim Kardashian and playing Keeping Up With the Kardashians on loop.
50-year-old singer Sinead O'Connor sparked fears about her safety after she posted an emotional video on her Facebook page. In the video, which has racked up almost a million views, a tearful O'Connor said that she suffered from three mental illnesses and has been abandoned because of her struggles. She said she was making the video for the "millions of millions of millions of people who are just like me actually who don't have necessarily the resources that I have in my heart or my purse for that matter." She said she was recording in a Travelodge in New Jersey and the video sparked concern bout her safety because she in open about having had suicidal thoughts for the past two years. An update on her Facebook page assures the public that she's now "safe," and "not suicidal."