Pix11 is reporting that a New Jersey man by the name of Alexander Goldinsky is in trouble with the law after he allegedly tried scamming his way to a fraudulent insurance claim. The 57-year-old was caught on video surveillance throwing ice on the floor of the cafeteria where he works and then performing THE WORST “fake skip and fall” that I have ever seen in my entire life. Like it was dreadful. Clearly he went to the Lindsay Lohan school of acting.
Elon Musk has been going through it. He was charged with securities fraud and had to step down as chairman of his Tesla, also broke up with his girlfriend, and remember he called that cave rescuer a pedo? Oh yeah, and stock prices for Tesla plummeted when he smoked weed with uber bro, Joe Rogan. All in all, he’s giving a pretty good showing if he’s trying to show us how badly he can fuck up. And the bad news keeps coming, as it’s now being reported Tesla investors are going after Elon for his “funding secured” tweet and they are looking to Grimes and Azealia Banks for all the hot tea.
It’s hard to believe that it was only 2017 when models like Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner were promoting something so fake, even Sheree Whitfield from Real Housewives of Atlanta laughed at the absurdity from the couch inside her somehow-completed Chateau Sheree. The Fyre Festival was supposed to be highbrow Coachella, if you consider being forced to share an island with a bunch of basic bitches listening to Blink-182 as highbrow. There was a whole narrative about how the island belonged to Pablo Escobar, the food would be gourmet, and the accommodations would be ultra-luxurious.
Well, the island in your kitchen has about as many ties to Pabo Escobar to the one in the Fyre Festival. None of it ended up being real, and the tricks who actually made it to the island were greeted with what were essentially refugee tents and basic sandwiches. The whole thing was orchestrated by a NYC douchebag, er, bro named Billy McFarland (pictured above looking demonic), and he pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud in March and two counts of fraud in July. He was sentenced today. Continue reading
What you are looking at above are two German Michael Jackson impersonators. That’s probably not exactly a shock to you, but it turns out those fake Michael Jacksons might be about as real as some of the Michael Jackson music Sony has been releasing in the nine years since his death.
Lord knows there’s a lot of scammers out there and Oprah Winfrey is the biggest of them all. She got us out here wearing Uggs, watching Dr. Phil and reading The Secret. Oprah’s probably scammed more people into buying stupid crap than Bernie Madoff, Charles Ponzi and all the princes of Nigeria combined. But most of Oprah’s scams are on the up and up. If you really want to waste your money on Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations by Oprah Winfrey, you’ve only got yourself to blame.