JAMIE FOXX ADAMANTLY DENIES REPORTS HE “PENIS SLAPPED” A WOMAN IN 2002

Yeah, you read that headline correctly. Jamie Foxx is being accused of penis slapping a woman back in 2002. Foxx has called the woman’s claims “absurd” and an outright lie.

TMZ (@tmz) reports, the woman that claims the incident took place in 2002, went to Las Vegas police just last week to make the claim against Foxx.

According to the report by the woman, her and a friend were partying at Foxx’s house one night when Foxx asked her for some oral. The woman said she refused. She claims that it was then that Foxx penis slapped her across her face.

The woman told police she went to the hospital the next day to seek treatment after the assault……for severe panic attack. (I know what you were wondering when you read she went to the hospital seeking treatment). The statute of limitations on these type of cases is only three years, so it’s very unlikely that this case will ever see the light of day in criminal court. Meanwhile, Foxx is planning some legal action of his own against the woman for the vicious allegations made against him.

Jamie emphatically denies that this incident ever occurred, and he will be filing a report with the Las Vegas Police Department against the woman for filing a false report against him. The first time Jamie became aware of this woman’s absurd claims about an incident that supposedly occurred 16 years ago was when TMZ contacted his representatives about this story (yesterday)” Foxx attorney Allison Hart told TMZ.

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FORMER “THAT’S SO RAVEN” ACTOR ORLANDO BROWN NABBED BY BOUNTY HUNTERS (VIDEO)

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Former “That’s So Raven” actor, Orlando Brown’s public fall from grace continues. In the latest episode of “watching my life go down”, Bloom was arrested by Bounty Hunters in Las Vegas after a “failure to appear warrant” had been dished out by a  judge in Torrance, CA. The original case stems from allegations that Bloom hit his girlfriend last year.

 

 

 

TMZ (@tmz) reports, Bloom was taken out of a friends’ house by Bounty Hunters in his underwear in handcuffs. The footage comes from a Las Vegas Bounty Hunter named “Lucky.” The video starts with the bounty hunters attempting to gain entry into the house. The homeowner pushes back, claiming the bounty hunters have no legal right to enter the home.

 

 

 

“Lucky” the bounty hunter told TMZ that he had legal paperwork and warrants, so they were allowed to enter the home and look for Brown. The bounty hunters decided to enter the residence by force. They found Brown hiding in a bedroom closet wearing a t-shirt and boxer shorts. Instead of allowing Brown to put on some clothes, Lucky and his team decided that it would be best (or would make for better ratings) if they dragged Brown out in his drawls or draws….however you want to pronounce it. Anyway, here’s the video:

 

 

Video Courtesy: TMZ

 

 

MULTIPLE WOMEN COME FORWARD TO ACCUSE CASINO-MOGUL STEVE WYNN OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT

Multiple Wynn Resorts employees have stepped forward to accuse the CEO, Steve Wynn of pressuring employees to perform sex acts. Wynn has been the owner of multiple casinos in Las Vegas and beyond at one time or another, including The Mirage, Treasure Island, The Bellagio, and Wynn and Encore Casinos in Las Vegas. The Wall Street Journal (@wsj) has published an account of one of the employees who made the claim against the mogul.

 

 

 

The employee in question, a manicurist, claims that after she gave Wynn a manicure he pressured her to take her clothes off and lie on the massage table. The manicurist told Wynn she was married and didn’t want to have sex with him. Wynn persisted until she ultimately took off her robe and had sex with him. The manicurist reported the claim to her supervisor who said they would file a report. Long story short, Wynn ended up paying that manicurist a $7.5 million settlement. An admission of guilt, which will surely make these multiple other charges against Wynn look a lot more credible. You can read the full story at the Wall Street Journal right here

SYLVESTER STALONE DENIES ALLEGATIONS THAT HE AND HIS BODYGUARD SEXUALLY ASSAULTED A 16-YEAR OLD GIRL

Allegations surfaced Thursday that actor Sylvester Stallone and his bodyguard basically “ran a train” on a 16-year old girl. The girl said she met Stallone at a hotel in Las Vegas in 1986. Stallone was in town shooting the movie “Over The Top.” Stallone was introduced to the girl by one of his young co-stars in the movie. The girl said she ran into Stallone’s bodyguard, Michael De Luca in the hotel lobby the next day. The girl was staying at the hotel with friends of her families’. De Luca asked the girl if she was attracted to Stallone. She replied “yes.” De Luca then gave the girl the key to Stallone’s hotel room and told her to meet Stallone up there as soon as possible. The girl said she went to the room later that night and had sex with Stallone. When her and Stallone were done, he allegedly invited De Luca into the room and told her to give him a blow job. Then both men had sex with the girl. Stallone was 40-years old at the time. The girl went to police afterward, but didn’t want to press charges. She told police that she was fine with having sex with Stallone, but she was forced to have sex with the bodyguard, and both together. She also said Stallone and De Luca, who was killed by police in 2013 in a standoff, threatened her with bodily harm if she ever told anyone about the incident. The girl never pressed charges, and Stallone was never contacted by police about any charges pending, but Las Vegas police kept a record of the incident on file. A copy of the report was obtained by the Daily Mail (@dailymail), and that was how this story came about. Stallone now 72-years old, denied the allegations this afternoon.

 

 

“This is a ridiculous, categorically false story. No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by authorities regarding this matter.”

 

 

Stallone’s spokesperson Michelle Bega said in a statement. “It never happened.” Stallone added through his publicist.