Archive for April, 2007

Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?

Boy George

Boy George, arrested in the early morning hours of April 28 for false imprisonment and assault, may soon be trading his community service duds for a pair of prison overalls.

Accepting an Internet invitation on a gay website to pose for pictures, 28-year-old Norwegian escort Auden Carlsen showed up at BG’s flat for a “shoot”.

“I was convinced I was going to die.” After flashing his pearly whites (among other things) for the camera, Carlsen claims to have been “set upon” by BG and another man.

“George handcuffed me to a hook by the bed as they held me down.”

Carlsen claimed BG then pulled out a box of whips and sex toys.

“Now you’ll get what you deserve.” BG is alleged to have said.

Carlsen claims he was able to escape by pulling the hook from the wall.

… And just when it was starting to get good.

Mother Always Said, If You Don’t Have Anything Nice To Say …


“Once again, I made an ass of myself … “

Alec Baldwin

Yes, Alec, you have.

A “frustrated” Baldwin berates his 11-year-old daughter. If you have yet to hear the voicemail, you must have been in a hole (I hope it was a warm wet one), but never fear, DeeDee Kupps provides …


When asked about the incident, a Baldwin spokesperson commented, “In the best interest of the child, Alec will do what the mother is pathologically incapable of doing … keeping his mouth shut and obeying the court order.”

Perhaps he should have thought of that just a bit sooner …

Eddie Out Of Rehab


Somebody give that man a beeeeeeeeeeeeeeer.

Keith Richards: ‘I Snorted My Father’


LONDON (AP) – Keith Richards has acknowledged consuming a raft of illegal substances in his time, but this may top them all. In comments published Tuesday, the 63-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist said he had snorted his father’s ashes mixed with cocaine.

“The strangest thing I’ve tried to snort? My father. I snorted my father,” Richards was quoted as saying by British music magazine NME.

“He was cremated and I couldn’t resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow. My dad wouldn’t have cared,” he said. “… It went down pretty well, and I’m still alive.”

Richards’ father, Bert, died in 2002, at 84.

Richards, one of rock’s legendary wild men, told the magazine that his survival was the result of luck, and advised young musicians against trying to emulate him.

“I did it because that was the way I did it. Now people think it’s a way of life,” he was quoted as saying.

“I’ve no pretensions about immortality,” he added. “I’m the same as everyone … just kind of lucky.

“I was No. 1 on the `who’s likely to die’ list for 10 years. I mean, I was really disappointed when I fell off the list,” Richards said.â„‘=large