Evening Quickies: Leslie Carter Died From Drug Overdose, Police Report Claims

  • Leslie Carter, the 25-year-old sister of Nick and Aaron Carter, died  on Tuesday from an apparent drug overdose, according to the police report. The official cause of death is pending toxicology tests, but the Carters’ stepmother Ginger Carter told responding police at the family’s upstate New York home that Leslie took drugs for depression, schizophrenia, and anxiety, as well as muscle relaxants. What’s also quite sad is that Ginger Carter was also on drugs when speaking to police, with “slurred speech” and “glassy eyes,” to the extent that police feared she might be at risk for an overdose, too. Our thoughts go out to the Carter family. [People]
  • Frances Bean Cobain’s 2009 restraining order court papers about Courtney Love’s crazy drug-addled lifestyle have been released. In it, Frances claims their cat died from living in a trash-filled house and their dog died after eating Courtney’s pills; she also says Courtney frequently falls asleep holding lit cigarettes and that one night Courtney drove to an ex-boyfriend’s house to throw rocks and scream at his kids. Egads. The poor thing had her restraining order granted, fortunately. [Newser]
  • Dan Savage advises a reader what to do if your partner is not being honest about their sexual kinks. [Nerve]
  • OK Go teaches the kiddos on “Sesame Street” about the primary colors. [Popdust]
  • Blake Lively doesn’t have a stylist, but she does send Christian Louboutin a picture of her outfit and ask him to recommend a pair of shoes. Nice life. [theBERRY]
  • Twenty pictures of kinda amazing lipstick art. [Gurl.com]
  • Seven animals besides groundhogs that can predict the future, including Paul the World Cup octopus. [The FW]
  • Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti on how she left modeling because it wasn’t in line with her Christian values. [Fox News]
  • How to wear scarves and ribbons in your  hair without looking like a traveling gypsy or a three-year-old girl. [Wander With Style]
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