Man Accused Of Having Sex With Dog Cleared

A man in Aventura, Florida, was accused of sexually abusing his dog, but a judge dropped the charges. The dog’s name? Oh, CHRISTIE BRINKLEY. Armand Pacher was charged with abusing his Great Dane after a vet found signs of sexual abuse–and found human semen mixed in the dog’s urine. Pacher further ignited suspicions when he made a comment to a vet technician regarding the dog’s health. Pacher allegedly said: “She doesn’t seem to enjoy it as much when we have sex. Maybe it’s because I have not been as energetic lately, and that’s why she is not enjoying it as much.” He later insisted that it was just a joke. The case was dropped after prosecutors failed to find any physical evidence. The retired insurance investigator was reportedly relieved. “Although the prosecution has finally decided to say ‘just kidding, never mind,’ my life has been fully destroyed.” [Palm Beach Post News] Keep reading »

How To Make The Most Of Venus In Sagittarius

Venus entered Sagittarius on January 7 (lasting until February 4), marking my favorite Venusian time. With the pleasure planet being run by the sign of spontaneity, adventure, freedom, truth and idealism, what could go wrong? Besides all that, the reason why I also love it so is because I was born with a Venus in Sagittarius! That means nothing conventional will ever suit me, as I’d just die of boredom if life were a predictable series of events that never allowed me to bounce around, exploring every good time, interest, strange curiosity, truth or challenge I encounter. Yes, surprises happen with Venus in Sagittarius and holding back is never on the agenda. Instead, time to spread your wings and go leaping off the edge with only blind faith and unrelenting optimism in tow. Yes, time to take chances, believe in the impossible and explore the extraordinary! Find out how to make the most of Venus in Sagittarius for your specific sign, after the jump…
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No “Pedestrian Sex” For Sting And Trudie Styler

“I don’t think pedestrian sex is very interesting. There’s a playfulness we have; I like the theater of sex. I like to look good. I like her to dress up. I like to dress her up.”

—Sting and Trudie Styler continue their grand tradition of oversharing about their sex lives with an article and Terry Richardson photo spread in the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar. That said, they’ve been together for 30 years. So they must be doing something right. [Harper's Bazaar] Keep reading »

6 Celebrities Who Used Other Celebrities As Inspiration For Film Roles

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Britt Reid is the hard-partying heir who eventually transforms into the superhero Green Hornet. Seth Rogan recently revealed his real-life inspiration for Britt’s character. “We kind of based him off a male Paris Hilton, as embarrassing as that is to say. That is what we looked at — those people who are the sons or daughters of people who have accomplished great things. We probably give them a little more credit than they’ve gotten in the past and we explore why they’re such jerks and why they act out. Maybe it’s because they didn’t get the attention they wanted.” Ouch. Paris can’t be liking that. [MTV]

After the jump, some more actors who drew their inspiration for movie roles from other famous people.

Is Kelsey Grammer Into Cross-Dressing?

There should probably be some kind of rule about going on “The Howard Stern” show within six months of a breakup. As with David Arquette, chances are that Howard and Robin will goad you into saying something you probably shouldn’t. Camille Grammer went on the show this week and, of course, the subject of her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer staring in “La Cage aux Folles” came up. Robin asked if Kelsey liked to dress as a woman in real life. “I didn’t say it! I’m not talking about it,” Camille said before laughing. Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My Fiancé Has Cold Feet”

I am in my mid-twenties, currently engaged to and living with a man I love and respect very much. We got engaged after only nine months, and in total, we’ve only been together for a little over a year. His proposal was a total shock; I was perfectly happy to just be together without rushing things, but I have to admit, it feels right to be going ahead with this. About a week ago, when I brought up marriage plans over dinner, my fiancé got visibly upset, and started talking about how “some couples just don’t ever get married” and how he thinks that’s a good way to go. He also started talking about changing the wedding plans to something much smaller than we had discussed. He later even talked about putting the wedding off indefinitely. He assured me that he’s very much in love with me, and it’s not the thought of marrying ME that’s putting him off, but the idea of losing his independence and stagnating after he gets married. I want to reassure him and talk it over, but part of me thinks he probably just needs to stew over it for awhile (I did the same thing, to a lesser degree). My question is, do I give him his space to just work it out? How much space? At what point does it make sense to call off the engagement? I feel silly being engaged with no wedding on the horizon. Regardless, I’m still committed; I just need to know where I/we stand so I can make life plans. Advice? — Bride in Question

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