Amanda Bynes’ parents are deeply concerned that their daughter may hurt herself or others unless they are allowed to assume control over her medical care and finances, court filings show. The petition Richard and Lynn Bynes filed Friday not only detail her public incidents of disturbing behavior, including several arrests, but also reveal that the former child star has stated fears that she is being watched by smoke detectors and devices in the dashboard of her car
Elijah Wood’s portrayal of serial killer Frank Zito in slasher remake Maniac will be able to play only to limited audiences in this country. The Office of Film and Literature Classification has restricted viewing to film festivals, or tertiary level media and film studies courses, and only to people aged at least 18
Britney Spears reportedly had to “talk some sense” into Justin Bieber about his bad behaviour. Bieber has been capturing negative headlines for several months and has most recently been accused of spitting in a DJ’s face at a nightclub.
Interviewing celebrities can be a hazardous job. If they’re not telling you to “f*** off”, they’re making you cry.
Amanda Bynes was reportedly taken into custody for raucous behaviour. The 27-year-old former children’s television star has been generating widespread concern due to her bizarre conduct in recent months.
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Farming Show radio host Jamie Mackay has been found to have abused his position by allegedly threatening staff of a Queenstown bar with bad publicity and then broadcasting his grievances. The Broadcasting Standards Authority said Mackay told an anecdote on the Farming Show, broadcast in January on Newstalk ZB, about his experience at The Waterfront Bar and Bistro in Queenstown
Justin Bieber is apparently determined not to turn into a “Hollywood mess”.
At least 20 civilians were killed and 20 others wounded in a suicide bombing Thursday in northern Iraq, an Interior Ministry official said. Bosses at a hospital in Swindon, western England, were angered after photographs of the doctors and nurses lying face down on resuscitation trolleys, ward floors and an air ambulance helipad were posted on social networking site Facebook.