‘Bad Girl’s Club star Shannade Clermont arrested for theft after running up charges on her dead trick’s credit card…
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Officials say in 2017 Clermont stole the debit card information “of a man she had visited for a prostitution date and who was found dead in his apartment the next morning from a drug overdose.”
The man, who was not named, died due to an overdose of cocaine and fentanyl. Investigators collected his iPhone, wallet and a loose condom from his bed after he was discovered dead. Text messages were recovered from the victim’s phone directly linking Clermont to him.
It’s unclear if Clermont knew the victim was dead before she allegedly took the credit card information and racked up over $20,000 in charges. Officials claim she paid her rent and phone bills, bought plane tickets and several online purchases “of thousands of dollars of clothing and other merchandise.”
6ix9ine choked a fan inside of Houston’s Galleria Mall in January, prompting the Houston Police Department to file and sign off on a citation/warrant months after the incident. Immediately after returning from his European tour, authorities arrested the rapper as soon as he landed in the Big Apple….
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According to reports, 6ix9ine was arrested at JFK Airport in New York City on an outstanding arrest warrant on Wednesday afternoon July 11th.
6ix9ine’s team tells us they were aware of the warrant, and intended to handle the matter soon.
They also think NYPD has no business arresting him and extraditing him to Texas for what’s ultimately a misdemeanor case.
The Australian rapper stopped by E!’s Daily Pop on Tuesday with the tea regarding the romance rumors between her and Tyga. Speculation that Iggy and Tyga were an item first sparked months ago when the performs began spending more and more time together.
“[I’m] extremely single,” she told E! News. “There are no pictures of me and him hugged up, but when you’re at a music festival [like Coachella] and everyone’s packed in like sardines, of course we’re next to each other. When you hang out with your friends and you’re the only two famous people out of 10, then you’re getting married and having children.”
Whitney Houston’s mother Cissy Houston is taking issue with claims that her superstar daughter was molested as a child by her cousin, Dee Dee Warwick.
The accusations come from a new documentary, “Whitney,” which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival back in May, focused on the life of late pop star Whitney Houston. Cissy Houston, 84, told People magazine that she only found out about the claims two days before the film’s debut.
Cissy Houston denies that claim in a joint statement with her niece Dionne Warwick to People magazine.
“We cannot, however, overstate the shock and horror we feel and the difficulty we have believing that my niece Dee Dee Warwick (Dionne’s sister) molested two of my three children,” the statement read in part. “I spent many years in recording studios (sometimes with Dionne and/or Dee Dee) where I earned my living. I also went ‘on the road’ with my group The Sweet Inspirations to try to help provide a good life for my family BUT my children always came first in my heart and in my life.”
“When I was away they did not stay with four or five different families; they stayed at home where their longtime babysitter, Phyllis, or my dear friend Bae or their father took care of them. In all the years I traveled Dee Dee, who was 21 years older than Whitney, NEVER BABYSAT for them,” Cissy Houston and Dionne Warwick said in the statement.
“Dee Dee may have had her personal challenges but the idea that she would have molested my children is overwhelming and for us unfathomable,” the statement continued. “Neither I, Dionne, nor my son Michael who was very close to his sister, and in the film is VERY candid about their drug use, has ever heard these allegations; we have never heard anything remotely connected to the crimes charged against Dee Dee in the film. How can that be fair to my daughter, to Dee Dee, or to our family?”
The joint statement concluded, “After people have seen the film they will draw their own conclusions and we are not trying to change that. We just want people to know there is another side. While the filmmakers certainly had the legal right to make this film, I wonder at the moral right.”
A second suspect in the fatal shooting of rapper XXXTentacion has been arrested.
Michael Boatwright, 22, was arrested July 5 on unrelated drug charges, but then on Tuesday, detectives served him with an arrest warrant for first-degree murder while he was at the BSO Main Jail, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday.
On June 20, detectives collared Dedrick Devonshay Williams, 22, on first-degree murder charges without premeditation. Williams was on probation for grand theft auto at the time of his arrest and was also booked for violating probation and driving without a valid license
The Devils kick off a new season with an all-new team of Devil Girls. Questions hang over the fates of beloved couple Dersha and Zude, new romances form and someone’s life goes up in flames.
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