Michael Jackson reportedly paid off alleged sexual abuse victims.
A letter containing a suspicious white powder — addressed to Khloe Kardashian — was sent to CBS today where “X Factor” is taped and the FBI is investigating … TMZ has learned. FBI Inspects “Suspicious Substance” Sources tell us … the letter arrived to the studio this morning … and we’re told […]
The members of the band Insane Clown Posse are non-to-happy about law enforcement requesting they change their Halloween concert venue at this late of a date, due to issues of security and safety. Forced to Relocate The Insane Clown Posse says they’ve been forced to relocate their Halloween concert … after police in Royal […]
How much is a drop of presidential blood worth? An online auction site is hoping to find out by selling a vial that it claims was used to draw President Ronald Reagan’s blood as he recovered from the gunshot wound that nearly killed him in 1981. To top it off, the auction site says, “dried […]
A Columbus police officer and school resource officer has been arrested amid an investigation that he sexted a high school student. Officer Todd L. Smith was arrested Thursday by the FBI. Police said he has been relieved of duty, and his badge and gun were confiscated. Details on the charges against Smith have not been […]
The family has been feuding for months with the executors of the late King of Pop’s estate, which is reportedly worth $1 billion. Jackson’s entire fortune was left to Katherine and his children. Several family members, including Janet, Randy, Tito and Rebbie, had written and signed an undated letter to the executors claiming that […]
Feuding among Michael Jackson’s family reached a new level Monday when a “scuffle” erupted at Katherine Jackson’s home in Calabasas, California, according a sheriff’s spokesman. Paris Jackson, the 14-year-old daughter of the late pop icon, posted a Twitter message about the time the incident was happening: “gotta love fam.” She also tweeted […]
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FBI Director Bob Mueller glanced at the black chronograph he wears Marine-style, the face inside his wrist. It was 7:38 a.m
Phone taps, FBI surveillance, confidential informants it’s the stuff of major mafia investigations and Law & Order reruns. But they’re also the tactics used by federal authorities against a slew of dark-suited desk jockeys accused in Wall Street’s largest insider-trading scandal in decades