Last week, Duchess Meghan took a break from maternity leave to attend the annual Trooping the Colour. While on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, Meghan was seen turning around to look at Prince Harry, and that might have been a royal no-no, because Harry checked her.
It’s kind of sad that Robert Sylvester Kelly can’t read because I would really like him to know how happy I am in reporting that he’s just been charged with 11 additional felony counts of sexual abuse, and according to the Chicago Sun Times, “the charges are more serious than those in the four cases that were filed against the singer in February”. Robert could be facing up to 30 years in prison for some of those charges. Since he can’t read the indictment, maybe his attorneys can break the news to him by doing an ad hoc performance of Cell Block Tango from the musical Chicago for him in his living room (if he still has one).
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jussie Smollett has entered a plea of not guilty on felony charges that he lied to police about his attack, and I want to believe him. I’m the sucker who’s still holding out hope that a tape of some actual racist homophobes whooping on Jussie’s ass will miraculously fall out of some Chicago PD officer’s pocket in front of a TMZ camera or something. Look, I said I was a sucker.
Is there a customer service line for humanitarian complaints? If so, then they’re no doubt very busy today fielding calls from people demanding Angelina Jolie be stripped of her title for the questionable shenanigans she pulled in Cambodia while casting First They Killed My Father.
I hope Usher is putting a reminder in his phone not to forget to tell future sex partners he’s got herpes, because this situation is starting to get expensive for ol’ Papa Bear.
Yesterday, Rob Kardashian threw up the messy details of his life with Blac Chyna all over social media. Rob accused Chyna of gold digging scheming, and he also repeatedly Instagrammed and tweeted nudes that she had texted to him. Those nudes have since been deleted, but the damage has been done, and Rob could be in for a world of legal trouble.