In the Fall of 2016, Ellen’s Stardust Diner was going through some serious changes. New management allegedly fired many long-time employees of the famed New York musical eatery, which lead to an attempt to unionize and a class action lawsuit. Now, the Stardust is accusing staff of stealing hundreds of thousands of…
A former employee of a plastic surgery clinic in Los Angeles has done the most dreaded thing and reportedly stolen records of more than 15,000 patients, including famous ones.
On last night’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the women argued. They dressed up in expensive clothing, paid a stranger to style their hair and makeup, gathered around a table and deliberately obfuscated the truth, whatever that is. But no one was more misunderstood than former player Kim Richards, who, I assure…
Add New York-based artist Shantell Martin to the increasingly long list of artists and designers who claim that they’ve had their work stolen by a major retailer.
Following Tuesday Bassen’s public announcement that Zara has been unapologetically stealing her trademarked designs, fellow artist Adam J. Kurtz, also a victim of Zara’s theft, has begun cataloguing the large number of illustrators and designers who are currently being knocked off by the Spanish fashion chain.
Zara, the Spanish fast-fashion empire that’s made a whole business out of “borrowing” ideas from other designers, is back at it again! Their latest victim: Tuesday Bassen, an indie artist with a large internet cult following thanks to her illustrations and line of pins, patches and apparel.
Sarma Melngailis, who has been on the lam for 10 months after allegedly stealing nearly $2 million from her raw vegan restaurant Pure Food and Wine, was arrested along with her husband in Sevierville, Tennessee after a delivery of extremely not-vegan Domino’s pizza revealed their location.
In a bit of news Essie should probably jump on as an endorsement, an unidentified gentleman entered a Midtown Duane Reade, shoved 192 bottles of Essie nail polish into a backpack—their entire stock—and dipped.
The holidays can be intense, so to-do lists are a good thing to keep handy in case you forget any of your tasks — even when you’re a suspected thief, apparently.
Facebook videos are a big business. According to their latest statistics, people view videos on the social networking site up to eight billion times a day. But now, a new video calls out Facebook for being dishonest about these numbers—as well as model/actor/singer Tyrese Gibson for being a remorseless thief of viral…
Shawn Bunn, a computer lab manager at Harvard University and verified adult baby, has been accused of using his University-issued credit card to pay for $80,000 worth of Lego sets and electronics.
A funeral was held for Julie Mott, who died at age 25 of cystic fibrosis, on August 15 at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North in San Antonio, Texas. Just hours after the service concluded, Mott’s body disappeared. Police believe the body was stolen.
In an age where putting every photo ever taken of yourself online is the norm, it’s not surprising that someone calling themselves an “artist” has finally found a way to capitalize on all those beautiful filtered shots you post online. Meet Richard Prince, a man who’s here to steal and sell your Instagram photos.
Here's a story straight from a heist film: our heroine Lupita Nyong'o, whose gorgeous pearl-encrusted Calvin Klein gown swept the Oscars, is now no longer in possession of said gown because she has been ROBBED!
A California couple who had just taken their vows on Saturday were robbed right in front of god and everyone while taking photos in front of their old high school. In broad daylight and "in front of the flower girls."
Brandy Allen is in a whole heap of trouble after ransacking her local Ulta (the finest place to purchase discounted toiletries) and attempting to get away with over $100 worth of eye shadow. Eye witnesses state that she wasn't even looking at prices or colors! How you gonna steal autumn colors when you're clearly a …
Here's a good reminder that your week could be going worse: A Utah woman, arrested for theft, is expected to poke through her own poop to recover a ring she apparently swallowed mid-getaway. Congrats, lady, you're a living cautionary tale.
A Chicago family's decade-long shoplifting spree ended on Wednesday when Branko, Lela and Julia Bogdanov were arrested for thieving more than seven million dollars in merchandise and selling the goods (toys, electronics, steak knives) from their home and on eBay.
A South Carolina woman was arrested on Thursday for the most egregious crime known to man: keeping a home video of Monster In Law nine years after it was due back at the video store. Kayla Michelle Finley was taken into custody when she attempted to report a crime at the local police station and learned that she had…