13 items from 2014
New York - Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL.
An arbitrator ruled Friday that his suspension should be vacated immediately. Former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones said Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision in September to change Rice's original suspension from two games to indefinite was "arbitrary."
Jones was deciding whether the NFL overstepped its authority in modifying Rice's two-game suspension after video of the Baltimore Ravens running back punching his fiancee- now his wife, Janay - became public.
Rice was released by the Ravens when the video went public. Rice and the union claimed he was essentially sentenced twice.
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In her decision, Jones wrote:
"Because Rice did not mislead the commissioner and because there were no new facts on which the commissioner could base his increased suspension, I find that the imposition of the indefinite suspension was arbitrary. I therefore »
Another famous woman has come forward to share her story about domestic violence in the wake of the Ray Rice scandal. This time, Meredith Vieira opened up about her own history with abuse on her talk show “Meredith” on Tuesday. “I want to explain to you why I stayed,” she said to her studio audience and the cameras, referencing Twitter hashtags #WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft which have popped up for women to share their stories of domestic abuse. Also read: ‘The View's’ Rosie-fied Season Kicks Off With Ray Rice Scandal: ‘He Cold-Cocked Her’ (Video) Vieira's revelation followed Robin Givens, who also recently opened up about. »
- Linda Ge
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Texas for reckless or negligent injury to a child.
In more trouble for the NFL, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Texas for reckless or negligent injury to a child.
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Peterson, who just last year lost his two-year-old son allegedly at the hands of the child's mother's boyfriend, was indicted in Montgomery County, Texas, Et has learned.
Houston's CBS affiliate reports that Peterson allegedly struck his four-year-old son repeatedly with a tree branch (called a "switch") after the child pushed one of Peterson's other children off of a motorbike video game.
The "whooping" -- as Peterson referred to it according to the news source -- allegedly left the child with cuts and bruises to his back, buttocks, ankles, legs and scrotum, as well as defensive wounds to his hands.
Peterson reportedly »
Domestic violence has become a national hot topic in the wake of the shocking video of NFL player Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee in an elevator, and now actress Robin Givens, who allegedly suffered spousal abuse from ex-husband Mike Tyson, is speaking out on the issue. Appearing on The Today Show on Friday, Givens calls the Rice tape a “game-changer” if simply for the fact that the video takes the credibility issue off the table. “It's hard to be believed,” Givens said of her own experience and in talking to other domestic abuse victims. “Being believed is an issue.” Also read: Chris Brown's Advice. »
- Linda Ge
The singer is still dealing with fallout from assaulting Rihanna in 2009.
More than five years after the fact, Chris Brown is still facing fallout from his 2009 assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna. So it stands to reason that he'd have words for Ray Rice in the wake of his NFL suspension.
Rice was officially cut from the Baltimore Ravens this week after a video leaked in which he could be seen assaulting his then-fiancee, now wife Janay Rice. A lot of people have had a lot of opinions on the matter (including Janay herself), and now Brown is chiming in.
"I think it's all about the choices you make," Brown told MTV News' Sway Calloway when asked what he had learned from his own experience. "With me, I deal with a lot of anger issues from my past – not knowing how to express myself verbally and at the same time not knowing how to cope with my emotions »
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Robin Givens addressed the Ray Rice scandal in a new interview released Friday, Sept. 12, after the former Baltimore Ravens running back was seen in surveillance footage knocking his then-fiancee (and now wife) Janay Rice unconscious. For the actress and activist, the issue of domestic abuse is deeply personal, as she herself experienced an abusive relationship in her past with ex-husband Mike Tyson. "What's important about this video is that people can't deny it," Givens, 49, told Entertainment Tonight. "They can't say, 'Well maybe it didn't happen. [...] »
Ford believes he deserves a second chance. He believes that despite his personal failings, he also did the job he was elected to do well. A longtime admirer of Tyson’s prowess in the ring, Ford agreed to meet with Tyson, who was in town for his one-man show. In the end, Ford received an endorsement from the athlete, believing that his story fits into his own larger narrative that everyone makes mistakes.
“He’s a human being,” Tyson, who says Ford is the best mayor Toronto’s ever had, told reporters, according to the Toronto Star. “We have no idea what you do behind closed doors, what your habits are.”
Tyson also claimed that Ford had »
Jamie Foxx is stepping back into the ring, this time to play one of the most notorious boxers of all time.
Tyson himself told the U.K.'s Mirror, "Me and Jamie Foxx are in discussion, and we gonna do it. Within a year to 18 months, we're going to do the Mike Tyson story and he's going to portray me, and now they have this new animation; because you know Jamie's pretty much my age so he can't portray me but they have this new system."
Winter has plenty of material to mine from. He could start with Tyson's troubled childhood (deadbeat dad, mother who died when he was 16) or when he started working with his first mentor, »
- Kelly Woo
Airplane Vs. Volcano (2014) Director: James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik Stars: James Oster, Dean Cain, Robin Givens JimmyO saves Superman. And some other stuff happens with an aircraft and some volcanoes. I love JoBlo film critic and resident stud James Oster (aka JimmyO) almost as much I love bad movies, so it's as if Airplane Vs. Volcano was made just for me. It's like looking at identical twins! Bias admitted, I do think this movie falls on the »
- Jason Adams
With the tagline “Based on the True Story,” The Asylum's Airplane vs. Volcano could very well be the most ludicrous entry yet in the "versus" sub-genre. Read on for your first details, a pair of stills, and the trailer for the Kondelik brothers' harrowing new story of terror... at 30,000 feet!
From the (Very Enthusiastic) Press Release:
The Asylum and the Kondelik brothers have come together to create the most exciting tale ever told: Airplane vs. Volcano! This action-packed feature is set to raze select theatres in just a few weeks and hit DVD on May 27th.
Airplane vs. Volcano hosts an all-star cast including Dean Cain, Robin Givens, and Lawrence Hilton Jacobs. From Jon Kondelik and James Kondelik (A House Is Not a Home), this title reinvigorates the action thriller genre. And fans of The Asylum or of sensational cinema can take a look at the first trailer for Airplane vs. »
- Debi Moore
The Asylum and the Kondelik Brothers have come together to create the most exciting tale ever told - Airplane Vs Volcano! This exciting, action packed feature is set to raze DVD store shelves and several theatres in just a few weeks. Airplane vs. Volcano hosts an all-star cast, including: Dean Cain, Robin Givens, James Andrew Oster and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs. From Jon Kondelik and James Kondelik (A House Is Not a Home), this title reinvigorates the action thriller genre. And, fans of The Asylum or of sensational cinema can take a look at the first trailer for Airplane Vs Volcano right here, along with the poster and two new photos.
Based on a true story, Airplane Vs Volcano takes place high in the skies. Here, an airline crew and several passengers find themselves trapped in an active volcano region. There is no escape, except to fly the plane down and no »
Production house The Asylum has recently released an official trailer for their disaster film Airplane vs. Volcano. This title is from the Kondelik Brothers (Jon and James), who have worked on another horrifying title, A House is Not a Home. Their latest deals with terror at 30,000 feet. Airplane vs. Volcano stars Dean Cain, Robin Givens and Lawrence Hilton James. And, the official trailer is waiting below. The story for the film involves an active volcano region. Here, an airline crew and several passengers are trapped in a ring of volcanoes and the only way out is to drive the plane downwards. Disaster film fans can check out the harrowing trailer for Airplane vs. Volcano below. And, cinephiles will see a few familiar faces in The Asylum's latest. Release Date: May 27th, 2014 (DVD). Directors/writers: James and Jon Kondelik. Cast: Robin Givens, Dean Cain, Lawrence Hilton Jacobs. A trailer for Airplane vs. »
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13 items from 2014
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