Ex-girlfriend’s accusations get man fired, arrested

A Florida woman is behind bars after being convicted of a plot to ruin the life of her ex-boyfriend with claims ranging from abuse to pedophilia.

Tawny Blazejowski, 41, was convicted earlier this month.

Blazejowski dated the victim, 51-year-old Joe Good, but Good eventually broke up with her.

“The phone rang and she was, ‘Are you sure this is what you want? Because I’ve got everything lined up that I’m going to ruin you,'” Good recalled.

Blazejowski first hacked his personal email account and sent a barrage of personal, pornographic images to his bosses. He was then fired.

Then, a cop showed up at his door with pictures of Blazejowski beat up and her face bloody. She claimed Good did it and he was arrested.

She had him investigated for allegations of pedophilia – with his own daughter.

She also made death threats.

Blazejowski was finally arrested after investigators found all of her plans laid out in a notebook. She was arrested and charged with making threats to maim and murder.

In the end, she pleaded no contest to the eight felony counts against her.

In addition to nine years in prison, the judge also sentenced her on Oct. 10 to two years of house arrest and 19 years probation.

Blazejowski’s lawyers argued that she has obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar and that the disorders contributed to her crimes.

Bill Cosby Pokes Fun at Sexual Assault Allegations During Stand-Up Routine in Canada

Well, Bill Cosby seems to be doing OK, considering his current situation.

The comedian, who has been in the middle of a lot of controversy in recent months (as you probably know), reportedly poked fun at his ongoing sexual assault allegations during his stand-up routine in London, Ontario, tonight.

At one point during his Budweiser Gardens appearance, Cosby saw a woman exiting the front row and asked where she was going. She responded that she was going to grab a drink and asked if he’d like one (oh, that’s nice).

Cosby reportedly replied, “I already have one,” pointing to a bottle of water next to him on stage, and added, “You have to be careful about drinking around me.”

His joke cued some gasps which was followed by claps and laughter.

However, not everyone was amused. Two men were also ejected from the show after one of them yelled, “We don’t love you, Bill!” As security pulled him away, the man screamed, “You are a rapist. I’m being ejected because you are a rapist.”

The audience booed the man until Cosby urged them to stop. In fact, Cosby faced a largely receptive audience on the second day of his short Canadian tour.

The crowd cheered loudly when he first entered the stage just after 7:30 p.m., and laughed throughout his entire show. At the end of the nearly two-hour set, the audience rose and gave him a standing ovation.

Kylie Jenner Goes Grocery Shopping in Really Short Shorts and Heels

Don’t worry, guys, Kylie Jenner is wearing bottoms, you just have to look really hard to see them.

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While some may opt for a pair of sweats and a loose top for their grocery store runs (because why not be comfortable while buying some comfort food?), the 17-year-old brunette beauty has decided to go a different, more fashionable route.

Kylie was photographed grabbing some essentials at a Ralph’s grocery store in Calabasas earlier today, wearing $1,200 Christian Louboutins heeled booties, very short Daisy Duke shorts and a trench coat. “Quick snack stop,” Jenner captioned a photo of herself running the errand.

It’s possible that Jenner was making a quick pit-stop before heading out to some type of event or hangout with friends—or maybe that’s her supermarket wardrobe? Either way, she looks good.

 

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Aside from turning heads at the store, Kylie Jenner also made her Instagram followers stop mid-scroll with her latest seductive snapshot.

Kylie flaunted some major—like, major—cleavage in one of her latest photo posts on the social media app that definitely caught the attention of her millions of fans. The photo featured her looking down while seductively posing in a low-cut motorcycle tank top.

And while the snap seems to be from a professional shoot, Jenner didn’t offer any details behind the picture besides writing, “Secret Projects” and tagging makeup artist and friend Joyce Bonelli.

Can’t wait to see what it is!

Scarlett Johansson will star in the live-action Ghost in the Shell movie

Scarlett Johansson, who demonstrated that women make awesome, bankable action stars with last year’s Lucy, has signed up for DreamWorks’ adaptation of the animeGhost in the Shellaccording to Variety. Rupert Sanders, best known for Snow White and the Huntsman, will direct a script by Bill Wheeler.

The 1995 animated film Ghost in the Shell is itself an adaptation of the manga of the same name. Directed by Mamoru Oshii, the film follows Motoko Kusanaigi and her security agency squad members on their search for a malicious hacker named the Puppet Master. That’s really just the introduction, as the film blooms into a masterpiece about technology, sex, and paranoia.

“DreamWorks principal Steven Spielberg is a huge fan of the original,” says the report onVariety, “and has long wanted to get this film off the ground.” Hollywood has a pathetic history of making action films with female leads, but it’s also known to emulate recent successes. With Johansson’s financial and creative hits Lucy and Under the Skinreceiving acclaim — not to mention her role in Marvel blockbusters like The Avengersand Captain America: Winter Soldier — her talent and celebrity could be what’s necessary to finally get the film made.

Here’s hoping a live-action film can capture the astonishing beauty of the original’s animation.

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Selena Gomez pulls down Instagram picture that infuriated Muslims

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Pop starlet Selena Gomez was so heavily criticized for posting pictures of herself flashing her ankle inside Abu Dhabi’s Grand Mosque on Instagram that she appears to have deleted the evidence altogether.

A second picture, showing Gomez and fellow musicians Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Cody Simpson and Shay Mitchell smiling and striking poses has also been lambasted but remained on her Instagram Thursday.

Mosque visiting rules strictly ban all ‘intimate behavior’ including holding hands and kissing, and states that all skirts must be ankle-length.

EXCLUSIVE! FAITH EVANS: 2PAC SHOCKED ME WITH REQUEST FOR SEXUAL FAVORS

Faith Evans opened up to VladTV about recording with 2Pac without knowing that he was signed to Death Row, rivals of her label Bad Boy. The famed singer says she started piecing together the situation after walking in and seeing a room full of people from Suge Knight’s label in the studio.

The “Love Like This” singer also speaks about 2Pac asking her for oral sex, which Faith says completely caught her off guard. She explains that she never operated that way in the industry and made it clear that she wasn’t about to change her ways after Pac asked for sexual favors.

North Korea Hacked Sony? Don’t Believe It, Experts Say

Many computer-security experts are doubt the validity of the claim that North Korea is behind the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, citing a lack of strong evidence and the possibility of alternate scenarios.

“There’s no direct, hard evidence that implicates North Korea,” Sean Sullivan, a security researcher at Finnish security firm F-Secure, told Tom’s Guide. “There is evidence of extortion (the Nov. 21 email [to Sony executives which demanded money]) and the hackers only mentioned [the movie] The Interview after it was brought up in the press, which they then used to their advantage.”

“Is North Korea responsible for the Sony breach?” wrote Jeffrey Carr, founder and CEO of Seattle cybersecurity consulting firm Taia Global. “I can’t imagine a more unlikely scenario.”

Rather than an international incident of “cyberwar,” the Sony hack looks like an inside job, several skeptics say.

“My money is on a disgruntled (possibly ex) employee of Sony,” Marc W. Rogers, a security researcher at San Francisco-based Web-traffic optimizer CloudFlare, wrote on his personal blog. “Whoever did this is in it for revenge. The info and access they had could have easily been used to cash out, yet, instead, they are making every effort to burn Sony down.”

For the most part, the doubters are undeterred by newspaper and television reports yesterday (Dec. 17) that a U.S. government agency, so far unnamed, would present its evidence for a North Korean connection today (Dec. 18). Kim Zetter, a longtime security reporter for Wired, posted a piece picking apart the Pyongyang hypothesis just before the leaks broke, yet continued to stand by her story.

“At risk of launching another Tweet storm, I’ll point out that intel[ligence] sources also claimed Brazilian blackouts were caused by hacker extortion,” Zetter tweeted yesterday, referring to a since-debunked allegation that was aired on CBS News’ “60 Minutes” a few years ago.

Skeptics pointed out that the hackers seem very familiar both with Sony Pictures’ internal network and with American news media — two things that would be unlikely in hackers operating from North Korea.

“To handle this sophisticated media/Internet campaign so well would require a handler with strong English skills, deep knowledge of the Internet and Western culture,” wrote the pseudonymous vulnerability broker The Grugq. “I can’t see DPRK [the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] putting this sort of valuable resource onto what is essentially a petty attack against a company that has no strategic value.”

George Clooney Calls for Online Release of ‘The Interview’

George Clooney has called on Hollywood colleagues to push for the immediate online release of “The Interview” despite the Sony hack and other threats, saying movie audiences should not be dictated to by North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un. Sony Pictures on Wednesday canceled the release of the movie after a computer hack that investigators believe is linked to North Korea, and terrorist threats against theaters that planned to screen it. The decision was greeted with dismay Thursday by celebrities.

Clooney added his voice to the chorus of criticism on Thursday, telling the trade site Deadline: “We should be in the position right now of going on offense with this. Stick it online. Do whatever you can to get this movie out. Not because everybody has to see the movie, but because I’m not going to be told we can’t see the movie.

He added: “That’s the most important part. We cannot be told we can’t see something by Kim Jong Un, of all f***ing people.”

CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP DEMANDS SONY FIRE AMY PASCAL OVER RACIST EMAILS

Over a surreptitiously recorded racist conversation, Donald Sterling lost his basketball team. Over an anti-Semitic drunken rant, superstar Mel Gibson was exiled from Hollywood. The media and Hollywood have already established the necessary precedent for firing Sony co-chair Amy Pascal over racist emails made public by an illegal hack, and now ColorOfChange.org is calling for her head.

THR reports that the call for her resignation is based on her racist emails and what the organization sees as an overall culture at Sony that confirms the “manipulative, exploitative relationship corporations like Sony have with Black folks”.

The petition adds, “Pascal’s behavior is a truly intolerable slap in the face. We demand Amy Pascal be fired from Sony Pictures Entertainment immediately.”

Specifically, the petition refers to a racist email exchange between Pascal and powerhouse producer Scott Rudin where they ridiculed President Obama over his race.

“Would [Obama]e like to finance some movies,” responded Rudin.

“I doubt it. Should I ask him if he liked DJANGO?” said Pascal, with Rudin replying “12 YEARS.”

“Or the butler. Or think like a man?” continued Pascal, who is a major donor for the Democratic party and President Obama.

“Ride-along. I bet he likes Kevin Hart,” said Rudin.

 

After blasting Donald Sterling, Oprah Winfrey defended Amy Pascal earlier this week to CNN. CNN anchor Don Lemon, who is also black, seemed to buy into Oprah’s argument.

Color of Change was co-founded by Van Jones, a CNN contributor.