Police Cmdr. Andrew Smith said, “She was trying get into the party and couldn’t get in.”
According to the Associated Press business executive, Tom Januszwski, Young, who was wearing a ball gown, was taken into custody quickly. He said he saw a guard subdue Young by placing his forearm on her neck and head while other guards placed her in handcuffs and led her away.
Finally Young was placed under citizen’s arrest at the Governors Balls at 9:25 p.m. She was booked at the Hollywood police station for investigation of misdemeanor battery. There were no details are available about the incident or the victim. In the end, she posted $20,000 bail and was released early Monday.
Young, who has starred in “Blade Runner” and “Stripes, spoke out overnight, demanding an apology from the Academy. It appeared that the actress didn’t mean to turn it become the chaotic party. The details reported by TMZ. Young was taking pictures with friends near the entrance to the Governors Ball when security guards realized she didn’t have a ticket and asked her to leave. Young left but then returned. The site said she was placed under citizen’s arrest when a guard may have touched her, and that she was accused of slapping him.
“I was just standing by the little line (outside the Governors Ball). I wasn’t bothering anybody,” said the unlucky Young.
“They said, ‘No, you have to leave,’ ” said Young.”I started to leave and the guard grabbed my arm and he started pulling me. And I turned around and I was pulling my arm away, and I struck him.”
It’s really unexpected that a ticket case could make the guard give a warning fiercely, and make an actress got an arrest. If it’s true that the guard thrown Young out roughly, Young is not totally guilty for slapping the guard. They perhaps prevented Young to be involved in the party because of her reputation. The actress tried to crash the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2006 and in 2008 she entered rehabilitation for alcohol abuse after she was removed from the Directors Guild of America awards.
TJ Lane, a teenager who named by eyewitness to the shooting that killed one student and injured four others on Monday, finally was captured. It appeared that Lane targeted a group of students sitting together in the cafeteria. Danny Komertz, 15, who witnessed the shooting, said the gunman was known as an outcast who had apparently been bullied.
“I looked up and this kid was pointing a gun about 10 feet away from me to a group of four kids sitting at a table,” Komertz said. He said the gunman fired two shots quickly, and students scrambled for safety. One of them “was kind of like hiding, trying to get underneath the table, trying to hide, protecting his face.”
The slain student is Daniel Parmertor, an aspiring computer repairman who was waiting in the cafeteria for the bus for his daily 15-minute ride to a vocational school. He was gunned down while trying to duck under a cafeteria table. Panicked students screamed and ran through the halls after the gunfire broke out at the start of the school day at 1,100-student Chardon High, about 30 miles from Cleveland.
“Everybody just started running,” said 17-year-old Megan Hennessy, who was in class when she heard loud noises. “Everyone was running and screaming down the hallway.”
Two of the wounded were listed in critical condition, and another was in serious condition.
Lawyer Robert Farinacci described TJ Lane as “a fairly quiet and good kid” with grades that are “pretty impressive.” In the other side, his teacher at the Auburn Career School had no idea why Parmertor, “a very good young man, very quiet,” had been targeted by the ‘quiet and good kid Lane’, said Auburn superintendent Maggie Lynch.
Both of Lane’s family and Parmertor’s family were devastated by the shootings incident. According to WKYC-TV Lane’s family offered their ‘most heartfelt and sincere condolences’ to Parmertor’s family. They also were praying for the wounded students.
“We are shocked by this senseless tragedy,” Parmertor’s family said in a statement. “Danny was a bright young boy who had a bright future ahead of him.”
Gov. John Kasich has ordered flags at the Ohio Statehouse flown at half-staff in honor of Daniel Parmertor. Flags in Geauga County will also be lowered.
Although the suspect was finally captured, it doesn’t really answer the students’, family’s and school’s confusions. FBI officials would not comment on a motive. And Police Chief Tim McKenna said authorities “have a lot of homework to do yet” in their investigation of the shooting.
The Pennsylvania judge has decided to dismiss a case against a Muslim man accused last October of attacking an atheist who marched as ‘Zombie Muhammad’ in a local Halloween parade. Gained much questions, Cumberland County Magisterial District Judge Mark Martin said he dismisses the case because of a lack of admissible evidence.
According to Harrisburg Patriot-News, Judge Martin dismissed charges against Talaag Elbayomy, a muslim immigrant who was recorded in a grainy video last October physically engaging another man, Ernest Perce V, during the Oct. 11 parade in Mechanicsburg, Pa. Perce, a member of the “Parading Atheists of Central PA,” filed a complaint with police alleging that Elbayomy attacked him during the parade and inflicted bodily harm.
“He grabbed me, choked from the back, and spun me around to try to get my “Muhammad of Islam” sign off that was wrapped around my neck,” said Perce.
Judge Martin threw out the charge against Elbayomy and also made remarks that have led a number of organizations to accuse him of bringing religion into the court room. Judge Martin told Perce that “what you have done is you have completely trashed their essence, their being. They find it very very very offensive.”
The judge also had this to say,
“If I were a Muslim, I’d find it offensive. But you have that right, but you’re way outside your boundaries or first amendment rights. This is what, and I said I spent about 7 and a half years living in other countries. when we go to other countries it’s not uncommon for people to refer to us as ugly Americans this is why we are referred to as ugly Americans, because we are so concerned about our own rights we don’t care about other people’s rights as long as we get our say but we don’t care about the other people’s say.”
Juan Pablo Montoya slammed into a jet dryer under caution and caused a fiery explosion. Montoya was driving well behind the rest of the field when something on his car broke, and he started sliding out of control toward the truck, which holds 200 gallons of jet kerosene, according to the huffington post.
The crash left Montoya unhurt, although he seemed to stagger around the infield grass. The driver of the truck had to be helped from the vehicle.
The incident plus rain suspended the Daytona 500. It was postponed more than 30 hours, rescheduled as a primetime event under the lights. Montoya’s crash led to an extended stoppage with 40 laps to go as the track was repaired. Driver Brad Keselowski killed time by chatting with fans about the stoppage on Twitter, presumably another Daytona first. After the restart, there were additional wrecks, including one that knocked Keselowski out.
The delay came so long after the 500 was halted for hours because of a pesky pothole in turn two. That one damaged the track so much that officials moved up a scheduled repaving to the track. It’s the latest mess to hamper NASCAR’s season-opening race.
The sorrow atmosphere was turned brighter in the following day as the race, one of the legendary events in the sport, was finally won by Matt Kenseth early Tuesday morning.
Fans agree that they will never be bored to wait and enjoy J.K Rowling’ most popular book Harry Potter. When J.K Rowling said that The Deathly Hallow is the last series of Harry Potter’s adventure, they hoped at least there will another book, another adventure, even though it will not be the next Harry Potter. And yap, it was leaked that J.K Rowling is preparing the new book. The news was already out before she tweeted, “As you may have heard, I have a new book out later this year. Very different to Harry, although I’ve enjoyed writing it every bit as much.”
According to The Guardian, Rowling’s next book will be for adults published by Little, Brown in the U.S. and U.K. So far, there’s no other details have been explained. The title, publication date and further details will be released later this year.
Remembering Little, Brown’s publisher David Shelley would be serving as Rowling’s editor, it was assumed that the novel is going to be a crime novel. Shelley’s crime fiction ties run deep: he started his career as the publishing director at Allison & Busby ‘an independent press strong in crime and thriller writing’ and ‘dragged it back into profit, introducing a line of library hardback crime novels’ before being hired away by Little, Brown to serve as ‘editorial director of crime and thrillers.’
Besides saying the book will be very different to Harry Potter, Rowling’s also said,” The freedom to explore new territory is a gift that Harry’s success has brought me, and with that new territory it seemed a logical progression to have a new publisher. I am delighted to have a second publishing home in Little, Brown, and a publishing team that will be a great partner in this new phase of my writing life.”
How vary it is, we believe the opus will be the same the surprising and unique
Team Chuck beat Team Shaq 146-133 in the Rising Stars College on Friday. Kyrie Irving contributed much for the victory. He made eight 3-pointers and finished with 34 points. In the other side Cleveland’s Tristan Thompson scored 20 points to lead Team Shaq. New York Knicks new icon Jeremy Lin presented two points.
The Cavalier’s Irving opened the game with an alley-hoop to George, and Minnesota rookie Ricky Rubio turned routine passes to his Shaq teammates into behind-the-back and between-the-leg looks. It was part of an acrobatic early tone that was fast-paced and allowed the next generation of stars to showcase their skills.
Different with when the Taiwanese Lin has presented much effort in under pressure hours and finally helped the Knicks beat Dallas, he played just nine minutes before heading to the bench midway in the second half and took just four shoots. Lin’s biggest highlight came early in the second half when he took a pass from Rubio and drove it underneath for a reverse lay-up.
Last year the game featured rookies facing off against sophomores. So, this is the first year in which rookies and sophomores have been together on teams. Former stars such as Shaquille O’Neal were also involved in the league and there was Charles Barkley serving as general managers and drafting the teams.
“We won because the truth is on my side,” Braun said as teammates listened from the stands at the Brewers facility in Phoenix. He stood alone at a microphone at Milwaukee Brewers spring training camp in Arizona and told MLB (Major League Baseball) what it could do while in drug testing program process. Ryan
The very best legal advice possible supported Braun to win. The Associated Press had this as a report:
‘Braun detailed how the urine sample he provided on Oct. 1, the day the Brewers opened the playoffs, was not delivered to Federal Express until Oct. 3. Baseball’s drug agreement calls for samples to be delivered to FedEx on the same day they are collected.
And so, on Thursday night, the arbitrator with a Jedi’s name — Shyam Das — ruled in Braun’s favor. It’s the first time an appeal of this nature at the major-league level has been sustained. And it’s pretty simple as to why. No mind tricks were necessary. Perhaps Braun’s legal team could have fought the suspension in other ways, but they didn’t need to. Braun had MLB dead to rights on the rules.
No matter what the sample collector did with Braun’s urine — even if he kept it safe in a special urine-only refrigerator with deadbolt locks and a pee guard dog — it doesn’t matter. The rules say he had to express the sample to the testing facility on the same day, and he didn’t.’
Braun has been privately telling Gaby Sanchez, the Marlins first baseman about the something wrong in drug testing. He told his friend and former University of Miami teammate that he was ‘wrongly accused’ over a positive drug test and said it to the public Friday.
“I am the victim of a process that completely broke down and failed,” Braun said one day after his 50-game suspension was overturned on appeal, calling it as the fatally flawed process.
Braun also showed his disappointment toward the fact in the judicial process– which put him as a part of a process where you’re 100 percent guilty until proven innocent and it’s the opposite of the American judicial system– and to the media which have leaked the inaccurate info.
“Despite the fact there have been many inaccurate, erroneous and completely fabricated stories regarding this issue, I’ve maintained the confidentiality of this process,” Braun said. “There’s never been a ‘personal medical issue,’ I’ve never had an STD many of the original stories reported by the original network have continued to live on and it’s sad that people continue to leak information that’s inaccurate.”
Talking about supermodels is not only about the beauty and body shape. The crowds believe their face, their pose, and their fame mean fantastic income. The richest supermodel title has referred to the legend Twiggy, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, and in the latest years reportedly Tom Brady’s wife, Gisele Bündchen, is the world’s richest supermodel. By remember her assets, her career and her lifestyle, the reports are pretty undeniable. But another proof said no to the reports.
The website CelebrityNetWorth.com has released a list of the 15 richest supermodels on our earth, and the 48-year-old Kathy Ireland gets their top honors with a net worth of $350 million. Of course the estimation about how rich is Bundchen is not totally wrong, she is the runner-up. The Brazil supermodel’s net worth is estimated to be $250 million. The following are Christie Brinkley, Heidi Klum, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Elle Macpherson, and Claudia Schiffer.
Although Ireland just like has never been assumed as the richest supermodel, the wealth is proper and reasonable for a woman who, by her own admission, barely made it through high school. The former Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition mainstay has turned into quite the businesswoman in the last 20 years. To the tune of over $350 million! This stems from Kathy’s diverse business interests which includes designing and licensing products such as furniture, rugs and flooring. The hard work led Kathy Ireland Worldwide has developed a $2 billion empire. It is ‘Billion’, with a B.
Kathy gained her popularity with Sports Illustrated‘s Swimsuit Edition, she has had a feature in each edition for 13 years straight, from 1984 to 1996, but who knew Kathy, now 48 years old, was such a business mogul? She has defined herself in a completely different way in live her career, her company’s motto being “Finding solutions for families, especially busy moms.” Not very catchy, but this allows her to sell a wide variety of household products and clothing, much like business guru Martha Stewart.
The drug developer Vivus Inc got the backing of a U.S. advisory panel as the company aims to gain approval for this new obesity drug in 13 years. Analysts say the drug, if approved, may generate $448 million in sales in 2015. some other drug developers, Orexigen Therapeutics Inc., based in La Jolla, California, and San Diego-based Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. also are seeking approval for their obesity medicines, which the FDA refused to approve without more data on safety risks.
The US Food and Drug Administration’s Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drug Advisory Committee voted 20 to two that Qnexa’s benefits outweigh its risks at a meeting at agency headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. The company’s Qnexa (phentermine/ topiramate) is recommended for obesity in adults
The approval of the new weight-loss pill Qnexa is the good news for Americans with a weight problem. Obesity case shouldn’t be disparaged. Obesity raises the risks of diabetes, heart attacks and stroke. The harms are not only about health, it costs the U.S. economy an estimated $147 billion a year in medical expenses and lost productivity, according to the Atlanta-based CDC.
Qnexa is one of three medications vying for the first U.S. approval of a prescription weight-loss treatment since Swiss drug maker Roche Holding AG’s Xenical in 1999. An advisers meeting in March is prepared to discuss the possibility of requiring hearth-risk studies for all weight-loss drugs. The FDA plans panel members discussed whether Vivus should conduct such a long-term safety study before or after approval. The company is also planned to sell the drug through a limited number of mail-order pharmacies swayed them in favor of supporting the drug despite limited safety data.
“Of all the obesity drugs, this one has the highest efficacy in terms of weight loss, so that shifts the balance in terms of requiring a post-approval study rather than a pre- approval study,” said Sanjay Kaul, a cardiology professor in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Cedar Sinai Medical Center and a panel member.
Qnexa combines the appetite suppressant phentermine with topiramate, an antiseizure and migraine drug and regulators raised concerns that the medicine may contribute to a greater risk of heart ailments and birth defects.
“We are pleased with the panel’s approval recommendation in support of the safety and efficacy of Qnexa,” said Peter Tam, president of Vivus, adding: “We look forward to working with the FDA as they complete their evaluation. Obesity is a serious medical condition, and we are committed to making Qnexa available and providing physicians with a new medical treatment option in their battle with this public health epidemic.”
Vivus is waiting, the obese is waiting, and public are waiting, whether the obese should be rescued by such a diet in camp or by the weight-loss pills.
According to the World Health Organization, 170 million people globally carry the virus, which is transmitted through exposure to infected blood, and more than 350,000 die from related illnesses each year. The virus also infected one in every baby boomers and many don’t even know they have this liver destroying disease. Dr. Robert Bettiker, associate professor of medicine in infectious diseases at Temple University School of Medicine, says that once symptoms appear, the liver is already damaged.
Novartis is at least the fourth drugmaker in as many months to gain access to hepatitis C treatments with a takeover or licensing accord. Bristol-Myers paid $2.5 billion for Inhibitex Inc. this month after Gilead paid $10.8 billion for Pharmasset in January and Roche Holding bought Anadys Pharmaceuticals for about $230 million in November.
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