Just like the infamous Girl Sh*t podcast, the civil lawsuit that the failed project inspired never got off the ground. A Utah District Court judge dismissed the lawsuit on Friday after the attorney representing Jenelle Eason, Andrew Kenton and others failed to prove that the Court had jurisdiction over the case.
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New details of a Josh Duggar plea deal have emerged, just weeks before the disgraced Arkansan is set to go to trial on child pornography charges. Most surprising among the new information? Josh was apparently offered a plea *before* his April arrest on those charges — and rejected it.
If you’ve put any faith in the United States’ judicial system, you’ve got to be feeling pretty stunned and confused today. And while the Supreme Court’s non-ruling on Texas’ new abortion law isn’t directly related to the Josh Duggar trial update, it’s hard not to think that Josh might actually have the child pornography charges against him dismissed on a technicality, as his attorneys have requested.
British Columbian courts are currently weighing on a complicated surrogate situation, according to The Daily Beast. According to court documents and woman, who goes by her initials, K.B. offered to be a surrogate for a couple “to support their marriage.” When artificial insemination failed, however, K.B. says the husband offered to try to conceive with her naturally. She says that he told her that if she did get pregnant, he would leave his wife and raise the baby with her. The father, known as M.S.B., says he never made that offer to her, and is currently raising the child with his wife.
Just hours ago, we wrote about My 600 Lb Life‘s Brianne Dias telling us she feared ‘retribution’ from her ex-husband and his fiancée. Since then, Brianne has confirmed she’s gotten restraining orders against both Rick Dias and Jamie Moon — and Brianne shared details of those orders with Starcasm exclusively.
It goes without saying that breakout Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah’s upcoming trial on federal fraud charges will be the biggest storyline of the new season. And now that we’ve learned Jen can still film for RHOSLC Season 2 while on trial, it seems safe to expect *plenty* of coverage once the cameras roll. But when should we expect to get the new episodes?
The arrest of RHOSLC star Jen Shah on federal fraud and money laundering charges is easily the biggest thing to happen to any Real Housewives franchise in years. And her trial has been set for this autumn — right when RHOSLC Season 2 will debut. So: Can Jen Shah still film the show while she’s on trial?
Matt Gaetz has been accused of sex trafficking by a far-reaching (and still-expanding) New York Times exposé. The Florida Republican hasn’t said much publicly since the Times published its first piece. But one thing the Matt Gaetz social media manager made sure of was a post featuring multiple photos of Gaetz with a group of underage girls.
The shockwave generated by Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah’s arrest is still reverberating. The 47-year-old has been charged with multiple counts of fraud stemming from a telemarketing scheme she allegedly ran with her assistant. But how bad are the charges? And how much Jen Shah prison time could she actually get?
There’s been juuust a little bit of interest in RHOSLC star Jen Shah’s arrest on federal fraud charges earlier this week. One piece of information that’s gone viral since news of Jen’s alleged misdeeds broke is a potential Jen Shah robocall. Read on for audio of the call in question, plus a breakdown of the charges against Jen and an explanation of what (she says) she does for a living.
Just weeks after trying to tap those sweet OnlyFans checks, Tyga’s net worth appears to be shrinking yet again. *Another* landlord is Kylie Jenner’s 30-year-old ex-boyfriend for unpaid rent and damages. Based on new reports, it sounds like Tyga’s cash problems never really went away.
It was the absolute best and most fitting way for Donald Trump’s presidency to end. And it didn’t involve any electoral drama, political intrigue, or embarrassing White House standoffs. No, the Trump event at Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia was the perfect end of the Trump era because it was a distillation of everything about the man: a big promise, a lot of buildup, stone-faced commitment to a ridiculous mistake. And then, ultimately, nothing of substance at all.