Monthly Archives: November 2012

Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry Settle Custody Battle

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Halle Berry and her ex Gabriel Aubry have settled their custody agreement over 4-year-old daughter Nahla.

“The parties have reached an amicable agreement.  There will be no further statements regarding this matter,” read a written statement held up by Berry’s statement, Blair Berk, after a hearing held on Nov. 29 in Los Angeles.

Aubry was present at the hearing, but Berry and her fiancé Olivier Martinez were not in attendance.

What the two agreed on, however, is currently not known.  But, the deal had been worked out on the same day the emergency protective order that had been issued against Aubry was to expire.  This order had banned him from seeing Nahla or being anywhere near Berry and Martinez.

It’s also currently unknown whether Aubry’s restraining order against Martinez, which was filed on Monday, remains in affect.

Lindsay Lohan Arrested Again

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Early on Nov. 29 morning, Lindsay Lohan was arrested and charged with third-degree assault.

Around 4 a.m., the actress, who was in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District at club Avenue, was arrested for an alleged altercation with a woman at the nightclub, and by 8 a.m., Lohan had been released.

According to Det. Mark Nell of the NYPD, “This morning at 4 a dispute broke out at Avenue located at 116 10th Avenue.  A female 26-year-old assaulted a female 28-year-old.  Lindsay Lohan was arrested and charged with assault.”

Lohan had punched Tiffany Eve Mitchell, of West Palm Beach, who was at Avenue with her husband.  Reports state that Lohan, after telling Mitchell to give her some space, punched the woman in the face.

Both Mitchell and Lohan had been sitting in separate VIP sections when a fight broke out somewhere in the club.  Mitchell had accidentally bumped into Lohan to avoid the fight.  She was not arrested nor injured.

Lohan, who is currently on probation for stealing a necklace, could face potential jail time.

Ashlee Simpson and Vincent Piazza Split

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Ashlee Simpson and Vincent Piazza have split!

The couple first began dating in 2011, shortly after Simpson split from her husband of three years Pete Wentz.  Wentz is also the father of her 4-year-old son, Bronx.

Reports of the break up between Simpson, 28, and Piazza, who stars on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, were first reported to the New York Post.

“Vincent has been working a lot, so he hasn’t been able to spend as much time with Ashlee, which has caused some problems.  It was a mutual agreement to split, but things have been bumpy for a little while, so perhaps they might reconcile,” a source said.

The news of the split comes just after Simpson’s parents, Tina and Joe, filed for divorce after 34 years of marriage.

Melissa Rycroft Wins Dancing with the Stars: All Stars

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Former Bachelorette star Melissa Rycroft and her pro partner, Tony Dovolani, have won the first all-stars season of Dancing with the Stars.

Rycroft was part of the first all-female finale, alongside gymnast Shawn Johnson with Derek Hough, and actress Kelly Monaco with Val Chmerkovskiy.

The three teams had to perform “instant dances” on the Nov. 27 finale, before the group of three was brought down to two.

Monaco, who had won the first season of the show, was the first to be eliminated.

The winner was then declared, and Rycroft and Dovolani were showered with confetti and given trophies.

Rycroft was the only competitor among the final three who had not previously won before, with Johnson having won in season eight.  This was also Dovolani’s first win, having gone 14 seasons without one.

Sierra Leone Defeated

As the votes were processed and counted ,it became evident that Sierra Leone was defeated. Leone expressed that it was a flaw in the system. As we have all seen in elections, the losing side always seem to atttack the crediblity of a poll. It was disputed that risks  tarnishing votes that are deemed fair and free by observers. President  Koroma had won the election again and in hopes to rebuild the West Africa nation. The European union had stated,”The advantage of incumbency meant the electoral playing field was skewed in favour of Koroma.  Observers called the process free and fair. There was 173 recounts,but only five places had over-voting.

Walmart Strikes ends with arrests

There have been numerious arrests ,as the Wal-mart strike continues. Police have been making sure that actions were taken in order to maintain a safe and productive Black Friday. Black friday is one of the busiest days in America. The largest protest was located in Paramount, California. It held over 1,500 protesters and only nine were detained,because they did not want to leave peacefully. Protests were stagged all around America and big names such as ,congressman Alan Grayson and George Miller  joinned the pocket of protesters. Demonstrations hit Wal-mart in different sections of the country. Many have said,”they will keep up the protest during the holidays.” Our voices and actions are getting heard exclaimed one supporter.

Demonstrators Picket Wal-Mart in Los Angeles

Starbucks’ new super-expensive coffee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starbucks has introduced its most expensive coffee ever,with customers paying 7$ for for a cup.

People wonder why the coffee is so expensive?,well the premium coffee is made from a rare coffee varietal known as geisha that is found in central America that is extremely hard to grow.

it is available in only 48 Starbucks stores across the united states and it cost 40$ for a eight ounce bag.

 

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