The Village People Hit Donald Trump With A Cease And Desist For Using Lookalikes Of The Group During An Event At Mar-A-Lago
Normally, songs by The Village People are equated with drunken receptions and overall good times. Unfortunately, Donald Trump, who wouldn’t know a good time if it bit him on the ass (right Stormy Daniels?), has taken the sacred disco hymn known as Macho Man and turned it into a battle cry during his get-togethers as the un-happiest place on Earth; Mar-a-Lago. This isn’t the first time Don Cheeto has used the Village People’s music to rile up his rhythmless nation of MAGA morons. And now Victor Willis, lead singer of the Village People (seen above in police drag while performing with the real group), is sending a cease and desist letter over a recent performance at Mar-A-Lago that featured fake Village People.
Hoo boy. Bam Margera has had a rough few weeks. And a rough year. Hell, it’s been a rough couple of decades for 43-year-old Bam, who’s been struggling with alcohol abuse since his early twenties. So, almost a month ago, Bam was arrested for public intoxication at a restaurant in Burbank after screaming at his estranged wife in front of their 5-year-old son. Woof. Then, on Sunday, things got even worse. That morning, Bam allegedly assaulted his brother, Jess Margera, at their family home in the Philly suburbs. He also allegedly threatened to kill his entire family. Jess called the cops, and Bam fled on foot into the woods. A warrant was issued for Bam’s arrest, but no one could find him. Until today, when TMZ reports that, after four days on the run, Bam surrendered to police to face four counts of terroristic threats, one assault charge, and a final count of harassment. Bam paid his $50,000 bail, is due back in court in May, and took to Instagram to claim his innocence, writing that he plans to evict his brother from “Castle Bam” and sue him for defamation. Did anyone else just hear a long, exhausted sigh coming from Pennsylvania? Probably Bam’s lawyers.
Dustin Lance Black Will Stand Trial For Allegedly Attacking A TV Presenter At A Club, And Husband Tom Daley Had To Break Up The Fight
The Telegraph reports that Dustin Lance Black will stand trial for allegedly assaulting female TV presenter Teddy Edwardes at a gay bar in London last summer. Apparently, Dustin’s husband, Tom Daley, was the one to break up the fight. The assault that Dustin is accused of is throwing a drink over Teddy. Teddy says she responded with “a little tap” on the back of his head. But Dustin’s spokesperson describes Teddy’s “tap” as a “punch,” which allegedly led to Dustin suffering a “life-altering concussion.”
People reports that Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, was a passenger in a car cash with police on Tuesday. The driver was her boyfriend, 21-year-old Dralin Carswell. Police say that, after a chase that lasted three miles, he was apprehended. Unfortunately, Dralin had more than go-go juice in his system; he was arrested and charged with a DUI. 17-year-old Alana was not charged, but she is a witness in the case.
It’s a busy time for the Artist Formerly Respected as Kanye West. Although I’m not really sure what his job is these days since he lost most of his business partners and 98% of his industry clout at the end of last year after showing the world his entire ass, which had the words “Hitler’s Bitch” tattooed across the cheeks. He’s so busy, in fact, that he apparently hasn’t had time to hire new legal representation and finds himself without counsel as he faces several lawsuits, two of them federal. But he has managed to find time to obtain a new “mystery blonde,” that he’s been “spotted with around Los Angeles,” according to TMZ.
Margot Robbie And Cara Delevingne Got Into An Altercation With Paparazzi In Argentina That Turned Physical
Over the weekend, Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie proved that when Suicide Squad broads go abroad, mayhem will ensue. TMZ reports that Cara and Margot were involved in an INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT following a run-in with a paparazzo in the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina, that landed Margo sprawled out on the pavement, two of her friends in police custody, and the photographer in the hospital reaching out with his one remaining arm to call The Sun about the “brutal attack.” The photographer, Pedro Orquera, and Margot’s friends, Barbie producer Josey McNamara and a key grip named Jac Hopkins, have divergent perspectives on the incident, but there’s one thing everyone seems to agree on— Cara made like the Joker and got away!