“I’ve not been evicted…I left on my own free will”
Ne Ne Leakes from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” hit up Atlanta’s WAGA-TV to discuss the news of her being evicted. She stated that the rumors were untrue and that she and her husband Greg got tired of people knocking on their door asking about the house, so they left on their own accord.
“We may as well leave…we can’t keep having people knock on the door asking about this house. So we decided to leave. Big Deal!”
A Las Vegas judge sentenced fallen gridiron great O.J. Simpson to at least 15 years in prison for leading an armed confrontation last year at a Las Vegas hotel room over sports memorabilia.
Simpson could become eligible for parole in about nine years. Grimacing, Simpson was escorted from the courtroom in shackles.
Judge Jackie Glass gave Simpson a tongue-lashing before passing sentence.
“Earlier in this case, at a bail hearing, I said to Mr. Simpson I didn’t know if he was arrogant, ignorant or both,” Glass said. “During the trial and through this proceeding I got the answer, and it was both.”
She stressed that the sentence was not “payback for anything else,” apparently referring to Simpson’s acquittal 13 years ago in the slayings of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. (Full Story)
Ne Ne Leakes, your favorite housewife on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta, recently faced the recession head on. The breakout star of the popular show and her husband, real estate investor Gregory Leakes were recently evicted from the 5,000-square-foot, 5-bedroom home shown on the hit Bravo series. Per the AJC, the couple received notice, filed Sept. 24, which claimed that they owed $6,240 in past rent.
The notice, filed Sept. 24 with the Magistrate Court of Gwinnett County, said Greg Leakes owed $6,240 in past due rent. “The tenant said they would move by Sept. 14th because they could no longer afford the house,” the notice said.
The owner of the home, Kajani Shenaz Ali, lives overseas, Pierce said. Online records show the home in the gated community of Stonebrier at Sugarloaf, was purchased for $829,400 in September 2006. Pierce said the Leakeses moved into the home shortly after it was built in 2006.
Charles was arrested last night in Atlanta (Dekalb County) and charged with disorderly conduct after an altercation at 300 Bowling Alley. In case you’re scratching your head and wondering why any of that is revelvant…well Charles is the brother of Alexis “Mary Jane” Miller (the chick who accused Shaquille O’neal of stalking) and the fight involved Chaka Zulu, the CEO of Ludacris’ Disturbing The Peace (DTP) who also happens to be Shaquille O’neal’s cousin.
Alexis “Mary Jane” Miller& her brothers at 300 (Pre-Fight) >>>
According to Stylerazzi, things turned chaotic when Chaka and his crew exchanged harsh words with Mary Jane and her crew.
300 Bowling lanes was turned into a live boxing match as J.P. (Keisha Knight Pulliam’s brother) and others joined in on the spectacle. The bowling alley was packed and drinks, food & fists were flying.
Wow! I dunno what to say except “Shaq…CALL ME BOO or at least be my friend on TWITTER!!” 😆
Porsche Foxx, pictured above during the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta, has been terminated (yet again) from Atlanta radio station V-103. Program director Reggie Rouse sent an e-mail Wednesday informing staff of Foxx’s departure, and she has been removed from the list of DJs on the V-103 website. Her second stint as midday host lasted just over 16 months and although the station cites low ratings for the termination, sources say that the host may have failed a random drug test. Continue Reading…
Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick took the above mugshot today as he arrived in court to enter his plea of guilty in Virginia State Court. Vick, currently serving a 23-month sentence in Leavenworth, Kansas on federal charges of bankrolling a dogfighting ring at a home he owned in eastern Virginia’s rural Surry County, may be eligible to leave prison early and potentially return to pro football.
Vick, 28, arrived wearing a gray suit and wrist and ankle shackles, but the restraints were removed by the time he entered his plea. The one-time Atlanta Falcons star also pleaded not guilty to a count of cruelty to animals, but that charge was dropped under his plea deal.
He received a three-year suspended sentence – far less than the maximum of 10 years he could have faced.
“I want to apologize to the court, my family, and to all the kids who looked up to me as a role model,” Vick told the judge.
Vick’s mother Brenda Boddie, brother Marcus Vick and fiancee Kijafa Frink walked in together and sat together in the front row of the gallery with other family and friends. Vick’s mother declined to comment to reporters but Marcus Vick acknowledged the family was glad the ordeal was nearly over. (Source)