Jill Kohl says that she fell while walking down a driveway during a taping of Paula Abudl’s reality television show “Hey Paula”.
Now Kohl is suing Abdul, along with NBC Universal and Bravo for a sum of $25000. In the lawsuit that was filed with Los Angeles Superior Court, Kohl claims that the slip and fall was in part due to the driveway lack of maintenance and “was in a dangerous and defective condition.”
After being voted off of Survivor Gabon, Ace Gordon found himself drinking in a bar in Naples Florida. After being tossed out of the bar for reportedly striking a female patron, Gordon was systematically arrested by police called to the scene.
Gordon was charged early Sunday morning with disorderly intoxication, obstruction of an officer and resisting arrest while “repeatedly [telling] deputies he was famous.” Gordon was released from Collier County jail later that day.
“Winner” of season six of The Bachelor, Mary Delgado, was arrested over the weekend in Del Rio Texas on charged including public intoxication, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Delgado had been drinking at Del Rio bar Lorina’s Cantina. When asked to leave, the intoxicated Delgado refused to go. Cops were called, and during transit to station, Delgado destroyed the radio in the police cruiser.
Byron “The Bachelor” Velvick later posted bond for Delgado’s release. Delgado had been previously arrested for allegedly punching Velvick in the face.
In the past two weeks, two contestants from the Jamie Foxx’s reality television show “From G’s to Gents” were arrested on two separate charges.
Dr. Michael Omidi, a Hollywood surgeon who has appeared on the self-esteem destroying TV show Dr. 90210, has been placed on a three year probation by the Medical Board of California for being “grossly negligent” with several of his patients, including one that wound up on TV.
The medical negligence charge is because Omidi performed liposuction for one episode on a patient at a facility that was not accredited, and furthermore did not document which painkillers he administered. The board continued to state that “Dr. Omidi’s use of general anesthesia on this patient with a loss of his life preserving reflexes at an unaccredited outpatient facility is an extreme departure from the standard of care.” The concluded by noting that Omidi had used the unaccredited facility two other times, and did not document an oxycodone prescription.
The board had at first revoked Omidi’s medical license, before reinstating it and putting him on probation.
Poor Willie. Best known as Buddy in the seminal 80’s cheesefest Charles In Charge, Willie Aames has tried to get back in the spotlight with a recent stint on VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club and had written a book “Grace Is Enough” that chronicled his drug abuse and money problems. Apparently he is still having money problems, and according to his bankruptcy paperwork filed in Kansas, is currently $350,000 in debt.