Chickadee Cardwell Says Mama June “Doesn’t Have The Ability To Tell The Truth”

  • Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” appeared on a “Dr. Phil” episode airing tomorrow. She told Dr. Phil that her mother “Mama June” Shannon’s alleged relationship with convicted child molester Mark McDaniel makes Cardwell “very concerned” for her nine-year-old sister Alana, whose proximity to McDaniel puts her in danger. Cardwell, now 20 years old, says McDaniel molested her when she was eight. Cardwell says Shannon “lied my entire life … she doesn’t have the ability to tell the truth.” [People]
  • Tamara Green, one of Bill Cosby’s earlier accusers of sexual assault, filed a defamation lawsuit against him for “publicly branding” her a liar through his emphatic denials and his refusal to address the subject. Green came forward about the assault, which took place in the 1970s, back in 2005. [Huffington Post]

  • One writer’s hilarious attempt to actually lose a guy in 10 days. [NYMag.com]
  • Shonda Rhimes received the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award this morning at the Hollywood Reporter Women in Hollywood Breakfast, and gave a stirring acceptance speech about breaking the glass ceiling. Read it in full here. [NYMag.com; Medium]
  • Joan Rivers’ will designates a chunk of her $150 million fortune to be donated to charity. [HuffPost]
  • Taylor Swift paid a visit to her pal Emma Stone backstage at “Cabaret” on Broadway. [Broadway.com]
  • An asshat politician is angry at Penn State President Eric Barron for briefly joining an on-campus protest last week in a “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” pose. The protesting students were partaking in a die-in in response to the non-indictment of Darren Wilson and in remembrance of Mike Brown, but Republican State Representative Jerry Knowles is demanding that Barron apologize for his “disrespectful” activism. Cool story bro. [HuffPost]
  • Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons have been cast in the second season of FX’s TV adaptation of “Fargo.” [Variety]

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