Published by on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 10:00 am.
Celebs will love a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that might save them future from DUI arrests. The court just deemed it unconstitutional for police officers to forcibly draw blood from a DUI suspect… unless they get a warrant.
So if a driver refuses a breathalyzer, police will have to write up an affidavit. Then the officer will have to get a judge to sign a warrant. And by the time this is all done, the intoxicated driver will have time to possibly sober up enough to where their blood alcohol level drops below the legal limit. Cops do have some wiggle room, though. They can, however, get the blood without a warrant if they can show a judge they had a convincing reason.
Either way,a slew of other celebs (cough! Lindsey Lohan) have a means to beat getting possibly popped for DUI… But if they’re swerving all over the road, well, then the cops have the upper hand. Either way, no one should be drinking and driving!
Published by Natasha Fierce on Thursday, July 5, 2012 at 11:26 am.
(Photo: Mark Davis/Getty Images for BET)
Newlyweds Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin are looking to kick their married life off in style…and that doesn’t come cheap, according to the couple’s gift registry.
TheYBF.com caught hold of their wishlist on MyRegistry.com, and it includes quite a lot of $1,000-plus items. What can you get the couple who has everything? How about a Sleep Number bed (insert your own celibacy joke here), or a contribution to their honeymoon fund? Maybe a $1300 sofa or a $2500 Bose sound system?
We are dying to know what Kevin Hart got them! Congrats again to the happy couple.
Published by Natasha Fierce on Friday, April 13, 2012 at 8:42 am.
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Here’s one girlfight Kevin Hart probably didn’t want first row seats to: the comedian’s ex-wife Torrei allegedly attacked his lawyer Debra Opri immediately following a court hearing, RadarOnline.com reports. The Think Like a Man star filed for divorce from Torrei last year, and the split was recently finalized.
The former couple were in court for post-divorce matters when a judge ordered Torrei to pay a portion of Opri’s legal fees. Torrei, who was “absolutely livid” at the thought of paying her rich ex-husband’s legal fees (can you blame her?) then “lunged at Debra Opri, who was in the hallway at this point. Several sheriff’s deputies had to restrain Torrei and separated the two. Torrei said that Opri was a ‘b*tch,’ and Opri was shaken up after the incident. Torrei wasn’t arrested,” says an eyewitness.
According to insiders, Kevin has definitely been the bigger man during the divorce. “Kevin pays Torrei child support and just wishes that Torrei would get over the bitter feelings she has towards him for the sake of the children,” a source says.
In the mean time, guess we’ll just have to keep laughing at his pain.
Published by Dior Noir on Friday, January 14, 2011 at 3:00 pm.
It’s a wrap for comedian Kevin Hart and his wife Torrei. After nearly eight years of marriage, the funnyman just officially filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences” and is seeking joint custody of their children: daughter Heavenly, 5, and son Hendricks, 3.
It doesn’t look like the couple will be going their separate ways peacefully. Hart wasn’t joking when he asked the court not to give his wife any spousal support and he also asked that she be barred from leaving their home state of California with the children unless she obtains his permission or a court order. Yikes! Where does he think she’s going to take the kids? I’m not sure what happened between them but those sound like demands that could make for a messy split!
The couple, who married on May 22, 2003, seperated in February 2010. Hopefully they can handle the divorce without a whole lot of drama; we hate to see things get ugly.
Published by Runteldat on Friday, February 19, 2010 at 12:00 am.
What’s got Kevin Hart so angry?
Well the comedian made a bit of a joke at the expense of dark skinned women on Twitter and surprise, surprise, people actually decided to tweet him back and let them know that joke was about as funny as ex-con’s job prospects.
What was the joke? Here it goes:
Are you laughing yet? Yeah, me either.
Even though Kevin is right in pointing out that telling jokes comes with the territory of being a comedian, it’s about time he and other comics realize that if you tweet something offensive you will get e-jumped by the public at large.