Jackie Chamoun is one of two Olympians representing Lebanon at the Sochi Olympics. She’s participating in slalom and giant slalom. On top of skiing and representing Lebanon, Jackie Chamoun is also embroiled in a NUDITY SCANDAL. Read more…
Yesterday RadarOnline published an audio recording of actor Tom Sizemore boasting about a magical evening in 1998 where former President of the United States Bill Clinton flew super babe Elizabeth Hurley to Washington D.C. to have sex with her. Radar reports:
Clinton said, “Listen Elizabeth, this is the President!” Sizemore recalls. “‘I don’t have any time for this ****. I’m keeping the world from nuclear war all the time. I’m sending a plane to pick you up.” […] “While we’re at the reception, I see her,” Sizemore reveals, but then she disappeared through a door, trailed by a Secret Service agent.
As she disappeared into a room with the President, Sizemore charges, “Bill turns to me and he goes, ‘I owe you one.’” As to what happened after that, Sizemore declares on the tape: “What do you think? She was there for four days. He f***ed her that night.”
Sadly, Elizabeth Hurley was quick to dismiss the story with this tweet: Read more…
Sexting has claimed yet another victim.
Scott Sassa, an executive who oversaw Hearst’s ESPN interests (Hearst is a publishing company that owns 20% of ESPN), resigned from his position today after an L.A. based stripper forwarded a series of sexts to his colleagues. According to Page Six, the sexts were “illicit”, “steamy” and used language that “”you absolutely would not want your bosses to see.” (I should hope the sexts were illicit, steamy, and obscene, otherwise what would be the point of sexting?)
Sadly, the stripper from L.A. was working with her boyfriend to extort Sassa. She had been threatening to distribute the sexts if he refused to pay her. As you already know, Sassa refused and he was fired. Even though the stripper didn’t get any money, she still won.
Sexting is a fun and easy way for adults (18+ only) to engage in foreplay when they’re away from each other. Yet for some reason, a lot of adults don’t seem to know how to do it properly. Smart, competent adults keep getting in trouble for sexting. First there was Brett Favre, then Anthony Weiner, and now Scott Sassa. They’ve all been publicly disgraced because of sexting.
Until texting becomes an obsolete form of communication, sexting isn’t going anywhere. So whether you’re new to sexting or a seasonsed-sexter, we thought it would be a good idea to review the fundamentals of sexting so that you can have some sexual phone fun without getting into trouble. Read more…
The summer of Gronk continues even though the NFL season is under way.
Ron Gronkowski set the NFL record for tight ends last season with 18 total touchdowns (17 receiving, one rushing) and yards (1,327) but has also been working on setting a record for off-the-field antics. The Patriots brass reprimanded him earlier this year for partying too hard.
Last year during his bye week, Gronk posed with porn star Bibi Jones (as you can see just to the right) for a picture posted on her Twitter. When this picture surfaced, the tight end (Ron Gronkowski not Bibi Jones) was forced to make a public apology. It may seem short-sighted to pose shirtless with a porn star wearing your jersey but Bibi revealed that Gronk brings his jersey on trips for times like these.
Since then Bibi Jones has retired from the industry, going by her legal name Britney Maclin. As Britney, she is still actively tweets explicit pictures on herself on her twitter (@Britney_Maclin) most recently a new picture of her with Gronk.
Last Friday, French tabloid magazine Closer published photos of Kate Middleton sunbathing nude.
As expected, the Royal couple got litigious. They are seeking damages from Closer, they have set-up an injunction prohibiting the sale of the photos to other publications and the internet, and they have filed a separate complaint against the photographer.
An official court ruling is expected to be handed down on Tuesday. In the meantime, other publications like Italian tabloid Chi and Irish newspaper The Daily Star have run the photos, risking further legal action. The scans are also on Sex.com but please don’t tell anyone. It’s our little secret, ok?
While it has magazines flying off the shelves of newsstands everywhere, a debate on privacy has opened up.