Mark your calendars for May 13, folks, and not because it’s the day after my birthday. On the 13th, John Edwards will be taking the stand in the case of Rielle Hunter versus Andrew Young. Back in January, Young started yapping about a sex tape of Edwards and Hunter that he had in his possession. Hunter sued Young for invasion of privacy, demanding that he return the tape along with several other personal items. After five hearings, it appears that he has done so. But the case is not over yet. Keep reading »
The video game world is about to get a whole lot raunchier. It was enough to be inundated with ‘bloid news of Tiger Woods’ army of mistresses, but a new video game will allow you to live his sexcapades, virtually. Get ready to find out what it’s like to be in Tiger’s plaid pants in a new raunchy video game called “Tiger Woods Affair Tour 2010” from the creators of “Grand Theft Auto.” Players follow Tiger on the green, in nightclubs, and on to many a hotel room bed. (I’m sure.) The point of the game? For players to get laid as often as possible and earn additional lives based on the number of orgasms they give and receive. You probably get bonus points for Ambien sex or sexting as well. Does this sound way wrong to anyone else? If I were Tiger, I’d be cruising for a lawsuit. But maybe I’m overreacting. [AOL] Keep reading »
“We got back in the car and we kind of locked eyes and just started kissing. We had sex in Larry’s bed a lot. I felt like it was my house.”
—Baseball coach Hector Penate, who claims to have had an affair with Larry King‘s wife, Shawn Southwick. He also claims that Shawn divulged to him that Larry was sleeping with her sister and that she allegedly said, “Don’t worry, he’s gonna die soon.” [NY Daily News]
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The show “Cheaters,” which, amazingly, is in its 10th season, is pretty nasty. It airs on The CW Plus and G4TV so perhaps you haven’t seen it—but the basic concept is that a spouse who believes their significant other is doing the horizontal polka with someone else asks for help catching their partner with their pants down. The Cheaters Detective Agency investigates, gathers proof, and while the spouse is physically with whomever they are cheating with, they give the episode’s complainant the chance to confront them. It’s basically like an episode of “Jerry Springer,” in real time.
Well, this show is about to take the nastiness to a whole ‘nother level. Keep reading »
Admittedly, there aren’t a ton of really solid reasons to get arrested—but there are some that are especially lame. Take for example, Ms. Tiger Woods Mistress Pageant runner-up, Jaimee Grubbs. Yesterday, she was cuffed for driving with a suspended license. Uh, after being cited for the exact same charge just two months ago. Because she didn’t pay the first ticket, there was a $26,000 warrant out for her arrest and now her bail has been set at $2,500. She’ll have to pay both amounts to be released—which will eat up her entire $15K pageant winnings, plus some. Nice move, Jaimee. From now on, we suggest that you get a ride or take a cab. Much cheaper. [People] Keep reading »
Steven Seagal, formerly our favorite lawman, is in trouble with the law. He’s being sued for $1 million by Kayden Nguyen, who served as his personal assistant for a few days earlier this year. She says that the Buddhist martial arts master seriously crossed the line—not only sexually harassing her, but also trafficking two women for sex. Seagal’s lawyer has naturally denied the charges. “The lawsuit filed by Kayden Nguyen against Steven Seagal is a ridiculous and absurd claim by a disgruntled ex-employee who was fired,” he said. “The claims in her lawsuit are a complete fabrication without a scintilla of truth.” But you gotta check out some of the charges, after the jump. Keep reading »
Another day, another woman who had an affair with Jesse James. Merilee Gerth is a former West Coast Choppers employee who was getting down with the boss. “Merilee looks like all of Jesse’s other mistresses,” a source blabbed to Radar. “She’s in her mid to late thirties, has long black hair, blue eyes, pale skin and is covered in tattoos.” When the two stopped doing the horizontal polka in 2007, Jesse allegedly fired Merliee, who hired scandal-tastic lawyer Gloria Allred and sued him for sexual harassment. The case was settled out of court, for supposedly six figures.
Of course, Jesse left a trail of text messages on Merilee’s phone. Interestingly, the texts remind us a whole lot of the ones Tiger Woods sent to his assorted mistresses. After the jump, a side-by-side comparison of the philandering duo’s SMS masterpieces. Keep reading »
According to RadarOnline.com, which seems to have a magical crystal ball when it comes to sex scandals, before Jesse James went into rehab, he told Sandra Bullock that he had cheated on her with seven women. Well, get ready to meet number five. Sort of. She has not divulged her identity, but she has hired scandalite lawyer Gloria Allred to represent her. Supposedly, she wasn’t just a fling. “She had a full-on relationship with Jesse,” a friend said. “After a while, Jesse became obsessed with her and she couldn’t handle it anymore. If he couldn’t get a hold of her for some reason he’d go over to her house looking for her. She got kind of scared of him and broke it off.” Supposedly, Jesse even got a house for her and paid the rent until she broke up with him. So who is this woman? Odds say she has to be better than Michelle McGee. [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »
Yesterday, Tiger Woods teed off in his first golf tournament in months, the Masters, and did pretty darn well—four under par. [Huh? -- Editor Amelia] But that’s not what you want to hear about? You want to hear about the drama. A day before the tournament began, another woman stepped forward and said that she had sex with Tiger. Raychel Coudriet is 22 now, but was a teenager when Tiger was her neighbor and allegedly seduced her and they had unprotected sex on his couch, near a crib. “I felt used and violated, like I meant nothing to him but a night of casual sex,” Coudriet allegedly told a friend. “I just wanted to dig a big hole, crawl in and die.” Keep reading »
So, after weeks of talking to networks, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” has a new home on the Discovery Channel. Sarah will host the show that “will center on interesting characters, traditions and attractions in the 49th state.” But you know what’s way more interesting than the show itself? How much she’s reportedly making to do it. Reportedly, she is pocketing $1 million per episode. [People]
When she resigned out of nowhere as the governor of Alaska, many of us were shaking our heads wondering why the heck she would do that. But after the past year, Sarah has racked up serious dough by cashing in on the intrigue surrounding her and her family. And let’s just say it’s a lot more than the $125K a year she would have been making as governor. After the jump, we tally up what could be in Sarah’s bank account. Keep reading »