Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Suzanna Scott

Celery Lesbian Sex Scandle (Opra Winfrey's South African School for Girls 3 Times) by LeRoy More Hole
Oprah Winfrey's elite boarding school for girls in South Africa has been rocked by its second sex scandal in fewer than two years. Seven students were suspended last week for sexually harassing their schoolmates, the "Afrikaans on Sunday" newspaper reported. One 15-year-old was accused of preying on another pupil and forcing other girls to lie to investigators about it, the paper reported. "You have been found guilty of physical contact of a sexual nature with another pupil on campus, harassment, bullying other girls on campus and of being dishonest by not telling investigators the whole truth," a letter to her parents read. Other girls were caught fondling each other or trying to get other girls to join them in lesbian liasons, the paper reported.Winfrey called it the proudest moment of her life when she opened the $46 million school near Johannesburg in January 2007 to help high achieving but poor South African girls. Nelson Mandela dedicated the school and luminaries ranging from songbirds Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige to filmmaker Spike Lee and actor Sidney Poitier attended the opening. The school, which aims to house 450 girls in grades 7 through 12 by 2011, offered free tuition, books and uniforms, as well as room and board. In return, the girls were required to follow the rules. Ten months later, Winfrey sobbed uncontrollably after 15 girls eported they had been sexually abused by a matron who was supposed to be watching over them. The talk show queen said the sex abuse charges hit her especially hard because she was raped and molested by a cousin, uncle and family friend when she was 9. "I am a mama bear when it comes to protecting my children," she said at the time. "These girls are like my children. That's not just rhetoric for me. I take their futures and the possibility for what their futures hold very seriously." - NY Daily News

Police Officer Justin Garner. The 25-year-old officer wounded a gunman suspected of slaying eight people at a North Carolina nursing home on Sunday, March 29, 2009. Police said they are still working to uncover the motives of 45-year-old Robert Stewart for a rampage in the Pinelake Health and Rehab center that claimed the lives of seven residents and a nurse.
Sue Griffin pauses during an interview in Carthage, N.C., Griffin is the ex-wife of the suspected gunman Robert Stewart, who opened fire at a nursing home Sunday morning, killing at least six people and wounding several others. Robert Stewart. Carthage Police said they are still working to uncover the motive of Stewart for a shooting rampage in the Pinelake Health and Rehab center, that claimed the lives of seven residents and a nurse. -The Charlotte Observer

Monday, March 30, 2009

Top - Self Portrait
Bottom- photo by Michael Wakefeild

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Celebrity Endorsement for Taxes
In a counter-intuitive move to close the gap on the budget deficit, the Philippine government is spending money for an advertising campaign featuring boxer turned national hero, Manny Pacquiao. The ad features the boxer talking about tax payer solidarity amidst the economic crisis and singing “this fight is for you” (translated) in the background. The hope is that the anticipation for the upcoming Manny Pacquiao-Ricky Hatton fight will translate into more upfront citizen payments and consumer loyalty (like most developing countries, the Philippines has a large grey market for goods and services which tends to grow as times get more depressed). -PSFKGMANews.TV - QTV: Pacquiao named as BIR endorser - Video - Official Website of GMA News and Public Affairs - Latest Philippine News - BETA

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Frances Milstead, mother of Divine, dies at 88Frances Milstead, who reveled in her son Glenn's outsized persona as Divine, the drag-queen star of many John Waters films, died Tuesday morning at a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hospice of complications from a stroke. She was 88. "It makes you feel good that people remember," Ms. Milstead once said of her son, who grew up in Lutherville and later found fame and became a cult figure starring in such Waters films as Female Trouble, Pink Flamingos and Hairspray. "I guess they'll never let him die." "She was a woman who really celebrated life," said Donald Campbell, who knew Ms. Milstead in Florida. "She was a belly dancer into her 60s, which should tell you something. You got caught up in her wave when you were with her." -The Baltimore Sun

Friday, March 27, 2009

TRUMAN CAPOTE HARD ONBlood John Katehis (John Katehis sex times) by LeRoy More Hole

A self-described Satanist teen with a penchant for knives admitted stabbing a beloved radio newsman to death during a kinky sex romp arranged on Craigslist, cops said yesterday.John Katehis, 16, of Queens, who was arrested in upstate Middletown, allegedly admitted he'd agreed to choke and masturbate 47-year-old ABC News Radio personality George Weber for $80.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Lime Jeff Czech (Nadya Suleman's Lawyer 15 Times) by LeRoy More Hole

Lauren Bush, W.'s Niece, Debuts Fashion Label Under Different Name

Lauren Bush's new fashion line hits Barneys today...under the name Lauren Pierce. The niece of former President Bush has previously denied that the change has anything to do with her family legacy. As she told W in a November interview: "It wasn't a conscious decision....Obviously my last name is associated with politics," Bush continues. "But Pierce is my grandmother's maiden name and my younger brother's name. It's not about downplaying my last name as much as it is about loving Pierce. And my brother and Mildred are very flattered." - The Puffington Huff
Nadya Suleman

The list of people octuplets mother Nadya Suleman has alienated from her chaotic life grows by the day: A number of public relations handlers have parted ways and Suleman fired a group of nurses providing charity care. Despite providing good theater on stages from the "Dr. Phil" show to Web sites, her apparent attempt to go it alone raises a larger question of how the unemployed, divorced, single mother is going to bring up 14 children. While it's unclear whether Suleman can't play well with others or if she's a victim of a situation beyond her control, former members of her inner circle are lashing out. "This woman does not care for these kids, she's in this for the media, for the paparazzi," nurse Linda West-Conforti told Dr. Phil McGraw on his TV talk show Wednesday. Suleman responded on the show, saying she fired members of the nonprofit nursing group West-Conforti founded, Angels in Waiting, because they were intolerably negative and poor communicators. The constant tit-for-tat surrounding Suleman has kept the story alive two months after she made medical history as the mother of the world's longest-living set of octuplets. But it appears to have won her few friends. Suleman has characterized herself as naive and too trusting of others, but those who have been close to her see it differently. "They have a unique way of using people," former publicist Joann Killeen said of Suleman and her parents. "Manipulating people, getting what they want and moving on." No friends or relatives have come forward to publicly vouch for her. She's told psychologists who examined her for a work-related injury and news media that she's been too busy having children to maintain adult relationships. Public fascination with Suleman began to sour before she even left the hospital, as her identity was leaked and details of her life began trickling out: She had six other children at home and had been jobless since 1999, living on disability payments, food stamps and student loans while birthing her brood. Attorney Jeff Czech, who currently represents Suleman, did not return calls seeking comment Tuesday or Wednesday. Suleman, who said she plans to return to school for a master's degree, recently moved into a new home listed for nearly $500,000. It's unclear how she's paying a team of nannies, who are now being trained by Kaiser Permanente nurses after she fired Angels in Waiting. Suleman is paid by RadarOnline.com to appear in frequent _ and sometimes unsparing _ videos about her life, her lawyer said. Neither Czech nor Radaronline executive editor Chris Myers would disclose payment details. For many who followed Suleman's story, disgust may have given way to disinterest. At the end of his show, McGraw called on the media to stop covering Suleman and leave her family alone, as he intends to do.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


Freida Pinto has been cast in Julian Schnabel's upcoming film adaptation of Rula Jebreal's book "Miral."
Simon Doonan - Why Can’t All Celebrities Be Like Natasha Richardson?http://www.observer.com/2009/fashion/why-can’t-all-celebrities-be-natasha-richardson