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If this kid put as much effort into school as he did into covering up how poorly he was doing in school, he'd be on the Doogie Howser track.
19-year-old Aftab Aslam of
So . . . he decided to FAKE HIS OWN KIDNAPPING.
On April 24th, Aftab went to Target and bought a prepaid phone. He used that to text his parents telling them their son had been KIDNAPPED and if they went to the police, their son would DIE. His parents went to the cops anyway.
Meanwhile, Aftab was living in a tent in an open field. After eight days, the weather got cold and rainy . . . so he left the field and went back to his parents' house. He told them he'd been drugged and held as a prisoner.
Eventually, the police sorted everything out and figured out what really happened. On Friday, he was arrested and now, Aftab is facing NINE felony charges for making false statements, tampering with evidence, and making terroristic threats.
But, in his defense, you've
RANDY TRAVIS is still fighting to stop the world from seeing the patrol car video of his naked DUI arrest last year near his home in
The reason we've been denied is because a judge had granted a request from Randy's overpriced attorneys to block the video from being released.
But the press has been constantly asking to see it, and they finally broke through earlier this month when the
So, Randy's people had to jump back into action. They filed a lawsuit last week against the Texas Department of Public Safety and the
Seems to me the public has the right to see this just as much as any other police cam video. Then again, famous people have a way of dodging this kind of stuff. It's called money.
Every contestant on "The Celebrity Apprentice" puts on the front that they're only doing the show so their winnings will go to their favorite charity. They're also liars. All of them except TRACE ADKINS.
Trace says he wouldn't have bothered if his career was going stronger . . . and he knows his fellow contestants are exactly the same. He even told them so on the first day they were together.
He said, quote, "Okay, let's just get this out of the way right now. If any of our careers were going great, none of us would be here. So I don't want to hear any of this prima donna bull crap from any of y'all. I ain't gonna put up with it for one second. If I'd have had a hit record last year, I wouldn't be here."
Trace's brutal honesty did not hurt his "Celebrity Apprentice" chances since he won the whole thing on last night's season finale.
We've been waiting for JENNIFER NETTLES to update us on her career plans ever since she popped out a baby back in December. Well, she finally admitted she's recording a solo album, and she's getting help from Rick Rubin.
She tells "Rolling Stone", "The timing was right, both in the arc of my life and as an artist. What I do with SUGARLAND, it's stuff that starts with me and KRISTIAN (BUSH) but for this I wanted to do something really personal, more intimate and emotional.
"I'm a different version of myself than what people might have known before . . . not only in my songwriting and performance, but even in the sounds on this album. It reflects a more soulful, grittier life.
"A lot has been lived in the time between the last record I made and now, and you can hear that." The album is supposed to come out in the fall.
Rick Rubin is the guy who's produced albums for Johnny Cash, Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Tom Petty, Jay-Z, Aerosmith, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, to name a few. (Rolling Stone)
It probably doesn't seem like it right now, but according to a survey by a British car dealership named Carcraft, drivers are becoming friendlier and more patient.
Three out of five drivers say they're happy to sit in traffic . . . without moving . . . until things clear up and they can get where they have to go. Only one in four say that they'd bail out and try to find an alternate route.
One in three drivers SMILE at other drivers when they're trying to merge or change lanes . . . and one in five say they give a friendly wave. Women are more likely than men to wave or smile . . . and drivers over age 55 are LEAST likely to smile.
And 30% of drivers say they'll sit and wait to merge until a space develops instead of being aggressive. A really small percentage of drivers say that they honk their horn or switch back-and-forth from lane to lane to try to get past other cars.
Only 3% of drivers say that they lose their temper in traffic and curse. (PR Web)