Chris Brown’s bodyguard-Christopher Hollosy was found guilty this morning of assault which means, Chris Brown’s trail is next per the Court’s schedule.
Christopher Hollosy had told police he punched the victim after he allegedly tried to get onto Brown’s tour bus … but the victim said that was never the case.
With Christopher Hollosy having been found guilty, Brown must be sweating now because if he is found guilty of misdemeanor assault/battery (which he denies punching the man) the judge in the Rihanna beating case could revoke his probation and sentence Brown to up to four years in jail.
Despite Oprah Winfrey being one of the most famous women in the world, her over 28 years love relationship with partner Stedman Graham has been kept out of the media, with no scandals and drama.
However, the publicity shy businessman posed for a sweet picture with Oprah which she posted to her Instagram page on Friday, showing a snapshot of their domestic bliss as they enjoyed homemade soup alfresco.
And in the picture, Oprah was seen wearing a top with the word LOVE written infront of it—and surely, it has been love, full of peace.
Once again, Beyonce and Jay-Z took time out of their busy celebrity lifestyle and work to spend some family time on a vacation in Dominican Republic and also celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary, with baby Ivy Blue Carter by their side…
While there, the couple spent their time at the luxurious Casa de Campo resort and from the golf park photo to the pool side, the 3 really must have enjoyed themselves as a family.
One thing I love about the Carters is the fact that they make time for their marriage and family life—something most celebrities cannot afford.
In a tell-all spread for ‘OUT‘ magazine, Beyonce has brought back her talks about sexual liberation…
In the issue which features a 50s blonde bombshell-inspired spread, Beyonce talks about her sexually-charged hit album Beyoncé and how she used the album to start a dialogue about today’s women being sexual, confident and mature without being demonized.
On starting a sexual liberation conversation with her album…
“I’d like to believe that my music opened up that conversation. There is unbelievable power in ownership, and women should own their sexuality. There is a double standard when it comes to sexuality that still persists. Men are free and women are not. That is crazy. The old lessons of submissiveness and fragility made us victims. Women are so much more than that. You can be a businesswoman, a mother, an artist, and a feminist – whatever you want to be – and still be a sexual being. It’s not mutually exclusive.”
On why her voice in the song “XO” is so raw…
“When I recorded “XO” I was sick with a bad sinus infection. I recorded it in a few minutes just as a demo and decided to keep the vocals. I lived with most of the songs for a year and never re-recorded the demo vocals. I really loved the imperfections, so I kept the original demos. I spent the time id’ normally spend on backgrounds and vocal production on getting the music perfect. There were days I spend solely on getting the perfect mix of sounds for the snare alone. Discipline, patience, control, truth, risk, and effortlessness were all things I thought about while I was putting this album together.”
On if she intentionally set out to make an album that feminist as well as the LGBT community could identify with… Read more
Unfortunate for Chris Brown but fortunate for justice, Chris Brown’s assault case is going forward after a judge in Washington on Monday rejected a request to dismiss it.
Chris Brown’s lawyers decided to argue on legal technicalities for dismissal, saying, because prosecutors abused the grand jury process to prepare for trial, the case should be dismissed…
According Chris’ lawyer-Mark Geragos, prosecutors used the grand jury to ‘freeze’ the testimony of the alleged victim in the case, a man who says Brown and his bodyguard punched him outside a Washington hotel in October.
Geragos went as far as saying, Chris’ assault is ‘the most investigated misdemeanor of all time.’
But Judge Patricia Wynn did not fall for the arguments. She agreed with prosecutors that they had a right to use the grand jury to assess the strength of their case. Read more