Bits and Pieces - September 28, 2015
September 28, 2015
Donald Trump is going to be a grandfather for the eighth time. In fact, Donald already went out and bought the baby a crib. It's a three-bedroom condo overlooking Central Park.
COREY CLARK, the season 2 "American Idol" contestant who was rumored to have had an affair with PAULA ABDUL, was arrested Wednesday night in Yuma, Arizona, on charges of felony domestic violence. His estranged wife claims he violated a protective order by following her around town and, in one instance, sat outside a restaurant where she was eating dinner, staring at her for hours. Corey was only allowed to communicate with his wife via email and only to discuss their children, but then he started giving her a bad time about her new boyfriend. Clark sued Fox after he was dropped from the show for not disclosing a prior arrest. (See him perform on Idol here)
The TLC network is apparently willing to risk the backlash and bring back at least some of THE DUGGAR FAMILY. TLC has announced plans for several specials starring Duggar daughters Jill and Jessa and their new married lives.
NICK JONAS promoted his song, "Levels," by putting cameras in two elevators at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and surprising people with a party on their way up and down. Among the guests were a bachelorette party and a tourist who took off his shirt! (See here)
What happens to your body after eating a Big Mac? In the first 10 minutes your blood sugar rises to abnormal levels and triggers your brain's reward system by releasing a surge of 'feel-good' chemicals. After 30 minutes, the sodium can result in dehydration, leading to a fluid buildup in your tissues that forces your heart to work harder to pump blood. This causes high blood pressure and can ultimately lead to heart disease and stroke. After 40 minutes your insulin spikes, resulting in even greater hunger pangs. They also note that it can take more than three days to fully digest a Big Mac. But, is this really true? Experts say it is, although somewhat exaggerated.
The lawyer for the accuser of Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane has quit the case. It was reported that the alleged victim's rape kit had been tampered with and placed at her mother's front door. The lawyer said he has doubts about the story.
Breaking the cardinal rule of not obeying all traffic laws after doing drugs was Port St. Lucie, Florida's 24-year-old Naboth Simon. After police observed Naboth making an illegal u-turn, they pulled him over and detected the aroma of marijuana in his car and he admitted that he'd been smoking with his girlfriend earlier that day. The officers then observed a McDonald's bag in the front seat, which they opened to find a chicken sandwich with a white substance, which tested positive for cocaine. They also found marijuana in the car and Naboth was arrested on drug charges and for driving with a suspended license.
2001: Rickey Henderson of the San Diego Padres scored his 2,246th run, breaking Ty Cobb's Major League Baseball record.
actress Dakota Johnson (Ben & Kate, 21 Jump Street, Fifty Shades of Grey) 26