Wednesday, July 14, 2010

weekly antics

celebrity and infamous weekly roundup

Charlie Sheen's Court Date Postponed Again
Actor Charlie Sheen was scheduled to enter a plea this week on charges stemming from a drunken Christmas Day dispute with his wife, but the court date has once again been delayed. Sheen's attorney said he needs more time to work out details of the plea agreement with prosecutors. The plea was also scheduled last month but postponed at the last minute.

Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer Quits
The attorney for actress Lindsay Lohan during her DUI probation hearing, Shawn Chapman Holley, has reportedly resigned as the "Mean Girls" star's lawyer, saying she was "extremely disappointed" by the outcome of the hearing. The announcement came before a story was leaked in which Lohan said she was not going to jail and planned to appeal the judge's decision to sentence her to 90 days.

George Michael Drives Car Through a Storefront
British singer George Michael has once again had problems driving. This time he crashed his Range Rover into a London storefront of Snappy Snaps, a photo developing business. Michael, 47, was reportedly trying to drive home of the London gay pride parade at the time of the smashup.

Jeremy Trueblood Charged With Public Intoxication
Tampa Bay Buccaneers right tackle Jeremy Trueblood was charged in Greenville, Indiana with public intoxication after police received a call from a gas station clerk about two men disrupting business at the store before leaving in a vehicle driven by a third person, reportedly Trueblood's mother.

JaMarcus Russell Arrested for Drug Possession
JaMarcus Russell, former Oakland Raiders quarterback and free agent, has been arrested in Alabama for possession of a controlled substance. During an undercover operation, police arrested Russell at his home for possession of codeine syrup, for which he had no prescription.

Dmitri Young Arrested For Drug Possession
Former major league baseball player and current minor league coach Dmitri Young has been arrested in Illinois for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Young played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers and Washington Nationals.

2 Frat Brothers Sentenced in Alcohol Hazing Death
Two former students at California Polytechnic State University have been sentenced to jail terms for their part in the hazing of Carson Starkey that left the freshman dead from alcohol poisoning. Adam Marszal and Russell Taylor, both 23, entered no contest pleas and were sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years probation.

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