This is pretty cool—for the first time ever, one of my books is available in audio form: Lethe Press has issued my memoir Starf*cker as an audio book.
Former Disney Channel actor Logan Miller (Image via Out)
Gay teacher fired after his sex tape was stolen & leaked.
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Martin Shkreli owes over 4 million bucks in back taxes. Yay!
Image: Ryan Reynolds by Peggy Sirota/shot for GQ, via People
People Magazine has named Ryan Reynolds the Sexiest Dad Alive. He says he's fine being surrounded by estrogen, which is a good thing because looking at that cover makes me ovulate.
In the interview, he also confesses having a daughter was a dream come true for him. Loves estrogen, adores his li'l girl ... at this rate, women will be dreamily envisioning him posing for a 1980s black-and-white poster holding his baby while shirtless.
Meanwhile, Ryan (39) is easily old enough to be teen heartthrob Shawn Mendes's (17) dad. Just saying:
Liang prepares to hear the verdict. (Video still via HuffingtonPost)
A cop is finally punished for unnecessarily killing an unarmed black man—and he's Asian.
Rookie cop Peter Liang was convicted of manslaughter in the 2014 shooting death of Akai Gurley in a dark stairwell.
Via Huffington Post:
Liang said he drew his pistol as he and his partner patrolled the darkened 8th floor stairwell of the Louis H. Pink Houses in Brooklyn. He said he flinched when he was startled by a noise, which he said caused the gun to fire.
The bullet ricocheted off of the stairwell wall and struck Gurley, who was on the seventh floor. Gurley, who was unarmed, died from a wound in his chest.
Liang tearfully recounted the shooting in court, claiming his finger was never on the trigger.
“I was panicking. I was in shock, in disbelief that someone was actually hit,” he told jurors.
Neither Liang nor his partner came to Gurley's aid, claiming they felt improperly trained to do so. SHOCKER: Patrick J. Lynch, head of the NYPD union, decried the verdict. He thinks police never do wrong. Ever.
Gwen Stefani is serving Marilyn Monroe realness on the cover of her new single, “Make Me Like You.” Read about its live music video here.
After the jump, full track list for her album This Is What the Truth Feels Like, which is out March 18 ...