Politicians in Queens, New York are trying to ban the distribution on the street of cards advertising prostitution. Thus far unnoticed: Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio's image being used on some of them. We're going to take a wild guess and suppose Ambrosio's unaware of this.
As though elk-hunt threesomes and sex romps weren't enough, the Swedish royal family is being rocked by another scandal: their Nazi past.
"There's a silent epidemic making the rounds at my college," writes Charlotte Steinway. And it can't be treated with a pill, because it's "fauxting," wherein people pretending to be engaged with technology to avoid social interaction.
In what the Edwards family can only regard as divine intervention, Fascinating Person Jenny Sanford's new PR blitz sticks Mark squarely back in the dog-house:
We got a number of distressed emails about a recent piece in Details. Possibly because the description read, "Getting tricked into fatherhood by a woman hell-bent on getting pregnant is much more common than you think." Good to know!
We didn't think we could still use the words "shocked" and "Dov Charney" in the same sentence, but if true, the latest revelation about American Apparel's Chief Executive Sleaze is truly horrifying. According to legal journal "On Point News", when the latest in a string of female employees, Mary Nelson, charged…