ABOVE: Daddy issues.
ABOVE: Daddy issues.
Sadly, SCOTUS heroine Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her office at the Court Wednesday, which led to three fractured ribs.
It is reported she is in the hospital recovering, but the timing couldn't be worse for my hairline.
NY1: James Rackover was found guilty this week of stabbing to death Joey Comunale, a man he and a friend met clubbing in 2016.
ABOVE: Follow here for some hot Peter.
BELOW: Keep reading for Hugh Jackman's friendship with Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump's belief he can executive-order the Constitution away, an absolutely stunning male model or two, the true story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, some surprise Rent casting and more ...
UPDATE: Rosanna Scotto's son, Louis Ruggiero, has now testified:
TV anchor Rosanna Scotto’s son testified Monday that his ex-pal confessed to slicing the throat of a Connecticut man after a drug-fueled house party — then gobbled down pancakes like nothing ever happened, the New York Post reports.
“I slit his throat and I stabbed him and we wrapped the body up in a comforter and threw it out the window so the cameras wouldn’t see,” Louis Ruggiero, 24, recalled James Rackover saying.
Ruggiero, the son of the popular Fox 5 “Good Day NY” host, said Rackover made the heinous admission inside an Equinox gym locker room a day after the murder. The shocking testimony elicited gasps from the gallery.
ORIGINAL STORY: I've been following the case of brutally murdered club-goer Joseph Comunale from 2016 with great interest, in part because the details of the case are so out-there, and in part because the accused killer — James Rackover — is so obviously the kept boy of famous jeweler Jeffrey Rackover.
That gay element (the elder Rackover adopted the younger man, a hottie with a criminal record, and referred to him as his son even though it's quite clear this was a sugar-daddy sitch) is complicated by the odd murder itself, in which James Rackover seemingly killed a sexy young guy he and friends picked up at a bar along with some sexy young women, allegedly over something as stupid as cigarettes. The murder happened after the girls left the boys alone.
The death of a gay teen hustler in New Orleans in 1982 was not ruled homicide or suicide when his body was fished from the Mississippi. Four days in the water had obscured any superficial signs of foul play, so investigators wrote it off as just another hooker's death due to misadventure.
But one man who was convinced 17-year-old Eddie Dirt aka Edward Wells may have been murdered was Det. Stanley C. Burkhardt, who went on record saying he thought perhaps Wells could've been killed by a john, noting that someone had called his mom to say she'd never seen him alive again, and pointing out that a list of clients was also missing.
Shockingly, 36 years later, the cold case is warming up — and it's because that very same detective is now a person of interest ...