Singer Chris Brown was back behind bars again in Florida on Thursday after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant for felony battery stemming from an April 2017 incident at a Tampa club.
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Samantha Mears, a 19-year-old Montana woman with a history of domestic violence, has been arrested and charged with six new crimes after ambushing her boyfriend and forcing him to have sex with her while she held a machete to his throat.
We now have the rather intense mug shot photo of Jen Harley from her domestic battery arrest in Las Vegas on Sunday after allegedly dragging her ex, Jersey Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, with her car while their almost 3-month-old daughter was inside. We also have a few more details about the incident from the witness who called it in to police.
Earlier this year, prominent Atlanta attorney Tex McIver was found guilty of murdering his wife, Diane McIver, with a single gunshot from the backseat of the car in which the couple was riding on their way home one confusing September night. Despite the verdict, the trial that ended in a life sentence for the 75-year-old Tex ultimately raised more questions than it answered. So what happened to Diane McIver -- a hugely successful and wealthy member of Atlanta's business elite -- and was her death really a murder?
Siesta Key star Pauly Paul was arrested and charged with felony drug possession in Sarasota, Florida on Wednesday. Keep reading for the full narrative from the police report as well as information on Pauly's rather extensive history of run-ins with the law in Sarasota County!
A Georgia mom who let pedophiles rape her kids for cash over an undisclosed period has been sentenced to two decades in prison. Morgan Summerlin, 25, took her five- and six-year-old children to the homes of two different men, who "would then rape and molest them" in exchange for several hundred dollars.
Brunswick County Police were once again playing six degrees of Jenelle Eason this week as the Teen Mom 2 star's sister-in-law Jessica Eason was arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.
Four alleged owners of the website Mugshots.com have been arrested and face charges of extortion, money laundering, and identity theft stemming from their "pay-for-removal scheme" which reportedly brought in $2 million over the last three years.