The circus surrounding this year’s electoral season doesn’t end.
Kristin Davis, who claims to be the former madam for ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer and is now running against him in the comptroller’s race, was arrested yesterday by federal prosecutors on charges of selling prescription pills containing controlled substances for cash.
Yesterday, conceptual performance artist Amanda Bynes debuted her latest vision–“Setting fire to neighbor’s driveway in Thousand Oaks, Calif.” (medium: little red gas tank, gasoline, asphalt, butane lighter, clothing, Percocet)–either a statement against global warning or a tribute to Macha, the fire god who is said to bring bountiful crops and good parking spaces at the Bloomingdale’s in Santa Monica.
A Kennedy in Trouble
Conor Kennedy, the 18-year-old son of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and second-most-recent ex-boyfriend of Taylor Swift (right behind Harry Styles from One Direction), was arrested yesterday for protesting at the White House.
Occupy Wall Street
This amazing image comes to us via tipster Lauren Thorpe, who wrote in ” I’ve been down at OWS all morning and am heading back down there again now,” with an attachment of former Philadelphia police Captain Ray Lewis, who was arrested today in conjunction with the Occupy Wall Street protests. There is simply nothing more bizarre than looking at images of a man in police uniform arrested and handcuffed by people wearing lower-ranking NYPD garb.
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Occupy Wall Street
Captain Ray Lewis arrested (Photo via @AdamGabbatt)
Retired Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis– whom we profiled yesterday after a video emerged of him giving a speech down on Occupy Wall Street– has been arrested, according the an official OWS press release.
Time to trade in those Che Guvera tees.
British authorities took Julian Assange into custody this morning over rape charges in Sweden.
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(Anti) Social Media
Pasco County Florida resident Harry William Bruder’s Facebook experience was probably ill-advised from the start. It had nothing to do with Bruder’s age or his not-ready-for-primetime appearance; after all, Facebook is home to all walks of life, from handsy extended family members to beloved teammates from your little league team. No, Bruder discovered the hard Read More