Wednesday, January 18, 2012

WATCH: Lady Pimps Out Daughter, Mother Passes Cancer to Baby, 5-year-old Boy Stabs Three Over Juice Box

A Michigan mother is under investigation after she offered herself and her young daughter for sex in exchange for a $25 pawn extension on a laptop. It would be funny, if it weren't true. The pawn shop worker says the woman told him, "I don't have the money and I don't want to lose my laptop. What about me and my daughter can do something for you in the back room." To which the girl said: "Not me this time, mom. You mean you." Wow!

Kimberly Lee of Pearl River, Louisiana gave birth inside her home on Monday and left her newborn son on the ground in the backyard for at least 24 hours. According to police, Kimberly's husband and other children were aware that she was pregnant, but didn't know she had given birth. Kimberly's 13-year-old son called 911 around 7am Tuesday to report he and his 15-year-old sister found a crying newborn baby wrapped in a towel and blanket on the ground. Their father wrapped the baby in more blankets to warm it until EMTs arrived. Kimberly, who's allegedly 35 years old, admitted to police she put the newborn in the backyard and hid her pregnant from her extended family by wearing oversized clothing. She faces charges of cruelty to a juvenile and child desertion.

We had no idea cancer could transfer from a mother to a baby in utero. Brianna Cox, 38, is battling melanoma and so is her 8-month-old daughter, who developed the cancer while in her mother's womb.

Residents of a Bronx housing project who throw their trash out of their apartment windows and into the street are shocked -- SHOCKED AND ALARMED, we tell ya! -- that the place is infested with thousands of rats.

The real estate management company representing Tiger Wood's ex wife, Elin Nordegren, says their client bulldozed the $12 million mansion to build a new one, because it was a dump. The home had extensive water damage, a cracked foundation, a bad roof, gutters barely hanging on, and shutters falling off the hinges. The management company says the home was worth $2 million -- not $12 million. (The other $10 million was for the land.)

A 5-year-old boy is in police custody for stabbing three people in his Green County, Virginia mobile home park home this week. According to police, the boy had a temper tantrum and stabbed an adult and two other children (one of whom is a family member) after getting in an argument over a juice box. The world has gone absolutely batty.

Apparently, there's a serial baby formula thief striking stores in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut area. Last Sunday, the thieves (a man and a woman) were caught on surveillance camera filling two shopping carts with baby formula at a Target store in Manalapan, NJ. When the man tried to leave the store with a cart of the formula (with $1,437), an employee confronted them. The man assaulted the employee before fleeing in a blue Camry with Virginia plates. The couple is still on the lam.

A 60-year-old man (Dwight Landry) is behind bars after he shot his daughter's boyfriend in the chest (with a shotgun, no doubt) for stealing his weed.

The Internet was broken today and many Web sites went black. (We started protesting on Tuesday, hence there were no new posts.) We're adamantly opposed to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its Senate companion, the Protect IP Act (PIPA), which censors the Internet and, if passed, will prevent sites like ours from bringing you news stories, videos or gossip. Call your local Senator or congressman and urge him/her to vote no to SOPA and PIPA. Aren't there more pressing matters Washington should be "fixing"?

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