Authorities in Beverly Hills recently warned Hilary Duff about a man who they believe attempted to locate her home, find the star, and propose to her only a few weeks ago.
Devar Hurd, the man who stalked Ashanti, has been sentenced to up to four years in prison for incessantly threatening and sexually harassing the singer on social media.
A man who has been stalking and harassing Ashanti for nearly 10 years has, after three bizarre trials, finally been convicted of felony stalking.
Ashanti appeared in court again Thursday to sit through the testimony/questioning of her long-time stalker Devar Hurd. If you consider what a dream come true this must be for him, it makes the nightmare of the situation for Ashanti crystal clear.
Sadly, it looks like the theme of today is men harassing women online. First, Ashanti was forced to appear in court in front of her stalker, who not only sent the pop star “disgusting, derogatory, disrespectful things” on Twitter, but had already “gone to jail for doing the same thing” to her before more than once.…
I have questions... Why has Ashanti gone to court three times to deal with an allegedly deranged stalker? How is this alleged stalker able to represent himself in court? And why is he asking her questions like, “You do lap dances for your performances, correct?”
There’s a profile of Michael Fassbender in Elle this week that sort of confirms what we (or at least I) have presumed about him for years: he has the most talented eyes Hollywood.
Honesty is generally the best policy, especially when learning the truth requires no more than an internet connection and roughly five minutes.
A judge has declared a mistrial against Devar Hurd, Ashanti's longtime stalker, who was in court on charges of stalking, criminal contempt and harassment. Hurd has already served two years in prison on a prior stalking charge for harassing Ashanti's mother.
Ashanti writhes, moans and touches all over her body in this video for "Early In The Morning," a single from her independent album Braveheart. The song concerns having dirty thoughts about a special someone, and it features French Montana, who sounds a lot like Future.
There was absolutely nothing good about the announcement that certified awful person George Zimmerman (no celebrity bold for you!) would appear on an episode of Celebrity Boxing to square off against rapper DMX (on what would have been Trayvon Martin's 19th birthday, no less). This news was actually so not good that…
Get it. Nails.
Last night on the red carpet at the BET Awards, there were pretty dresses, interesting shoes, creative hairdos and Meagan Good's nipples. Let us not delay.
A man named Alpha Lorenzo Walker and his conspirator Tamara Eileen Diaz were arrested earlier this month for trying to extort Stevie Wonder and were the subject of myriad tired late-night show monologue jokes for fucking up what you'd imagine for obvious offensive-punchline-type reasons would literally be the easiest…
Does it matter if The Tourist is any good? It has Jolie and Depp! Ditto the NYC premiere, which also had Pitt, Connelly, Ashanti and some great cold-weather clothes.
The launch Of "2BHAPPY" Jewelry Collection brought out both amazing looks — Beyonce, Blake, Estelle — and a red carpet that was good, bad and stupendously ugly.
Heidi Klum's star-studded Halloween Party is always a scene of costume carnage. So to soften the blow, let's also delve into the Halloween apparel of those starts celebrating with their kids first. Afterwards? Avert your boobs.
Last night at Carnegie Hall, history was made. Four women dressed in couture, posed with Liza, confused us with the presence of random celebrity cameos, and mugged for the cameras. (And that was just the red carpet.) Get. Carried. Away.
- Stephen Baldwin told a reporter at CPAC, "I am not happy about the way things are. I pray for President Obama every single day. But tell you what. Homey made this bed, now he has got to lay in it."