In what sounds like something straight out of a movie, RadarOnline is exclusively reporting that ‘Spider-Man’ star Tobey Maguire is the target of a lawsuit over a multi-million dollar, illegal poker game.
The suit, filed in Los Angeles, claims that Maguire won over $300,000 from hedge fund manager Brad Ruderman. Ruderman allegedly used some of the money he had earned from an illegal Ponzi scheme, in which he embezzled investor funds to pay off his debts. Now, the investors want their money back.
Speaking alongside Kevin Rogers, the Facebook user who first made Morgan’s comments public, the Emmy-nominated ’30 Rock’ star said, “I want to apologize to my friends, and my family and my fans and everyone in every community who were offended with this. I didn’t know. I didn’t mean it… I don’t have a hateful bone in my body. I don’t believe that anyone should be bullied or just made to feel bad about who they are.”
34-year-old Ryan Dunn, one of the many faces of MTV’s popular prank franchise ‘Jackass,’ was killed in a car accident early Monday morning, TMZ has confirmed.
According to the report, the accident occurred at around 3AM at Route 322 and New Street in West Goshen Township. Dunn was in the vehicle with an unidentified person – who was also killed – though no word yet on who was actually driving the car.
On Thursday, Columbia released the trailer for the highly anticipated adaptation of Michael Lewis’ ‘Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,’ in which Pitt plays Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane, a man who used sabermetric principles to boost his team’s winning record on a tight budget.
Playboy icon Hugh Hefner has apparently found a solution to his magazine’s July issue, in which his ex-fiance, Crystal Harris, graces the cover with the now-awkward headline, “Introducing Mrs. Crystal Hefner.”
Hefner explained his quick fix Wednesday on Twitter, saying, “Recent events call for a special sticker on the July cover. Look for it on newsstands.”
Hugh Hefner confirmed yesterday that his marriage to 25-year-old model Crystal Harris had been called off, citing Crystal’s “change of heart” as the main reason.
Unfortunately, Hefner’s magazine, Playboy, didn’t get the memo in time. In a truly awkward moment, Harris can be seen on the cover of the July issue, where she is introduced as “Mrs. Crystal Hefner.” Even worse, Harris dons a captain’s hat and a pipe, an homage of sorts to Hefner’s signature look.
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