Movie villain James Woods filed a $10 million defamation suit Wednesday against a Twitter user who called him “a cocaine addict,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. The probably-pseudonymous Twitter user, “Abe List,” made the crack July 15 in response to an asinine Woods tweet that called Caitlyn Jenner “Bruce” and hyped up the bogus Planned Parenthood “baby parts” scandal in one foul breath.
In November, three teenagers allegedly broke into a St. Peters, Missouri, home and robbed it of powerful prescription pain killers, cash, various Microsoft electronics, and a wooden box filled with the cremated remains of the homeowner's father, which the teens reportedly mistook for a wooden box filled with cocaine.
SXSW, Austin's annual sticky-floored music industry sport coat and jeans cocaine marathon, wherein bands willingly exhaust themselves playing garbage sets for little or no money, deriving sustenance from tacos and the hope of "exposure," features a McDonald's showcase this year. And, no doy, they aren't paying.
The two suburban Los Angeles high school teachers, who allegedly had an alcohol-fueled sexy beach party with 5 male students, are facing additional charges this week. Melody Lippert, 38, and Michelle Ghirelli, 30, were arrested last month for giving the underage students alcohol; prosecutors now say they had sex with the boys and gave them cocaine.