Amber Portwood Accuses Matt Baier of Abuse on Marriage Boot Camp!

In just a few short weeks, we will be receiving such a delightful, exciting gift …

And that gift is the premiere episode of the new season of Marriage Boot Camp!

This season, we're most excited to see Amber Portwood work through her issues with Matt Baier, because even though their relationship obviously didn't work out, there's still a lot we'd like to know about their breakup.

We're also dying to see if Andrew Glennon, her new boyfriend/baby daddy and a crew member for Marriage Boot Camp, makes any sort of cameo.

Plus, if you know Amber, then you know that she's completely incapable of not bringing the drama, right?

And thanks to this special little sneak peek of what has to be some of her most explosive scenes, we know that she really, really brought it.

The clip begins with sirens and flashing text that reads "Amber Alert," which is in kind of poor taste, considering what Amber Alerts actually are, but we get it.

Next, we see her hitting a punching bag with a baseball bat, then she yells "F-ck you, bitch!" at someone — it looks like her mother.

"Do I look f-cking high?!" she screams at someone else.

Later, Amber tells Brandi Glanville to "shut the f-ck up before I flip this f-cking table against your goddamn head," and while we don't know the context, it does seem to be a bit of an overreaction.

In another scene, this one with Matt, she tells him that he's a "piece of sh-t," to which he responds with an incredulous "really?"

"Why do you think I'm so angry?" she asks. "Because you hit me!"


So there's basically two things this could mean.

One, they did one of those therapeutic exercises that they do on the show, he accidentally hit her during it, and thanks to her clear anger issues during this time, it set her off.

Two, he was physically abusive to her during their relationship.

Unfortunately, there is some evidence to that second option — for example, last summer, right around the time she would have been filming this, she admitted in an Instagram rant that she'd been the victim of domestic violence.

"I've been through domestic violence," she said then. "I was the one on the other f-cking end with the domestic violence — it went both ways."

"However," she added, "I never opened my motherf-cking mouth about anybody ever f-cking hitting me! Anybody! Because that's what a real f-cking woman does!"

"That's what a real woman does. I can f-cking take that!"

Obviously that's not true, and it's really truly awful to state that "real women" don't seek help if they're being abused.

But Simon Saran, Farrah Abraham's sometimes boyfriend, claimed that this was true — he even specified that "Matt has punched her on several occasions."

At the very least, we know that Amber is prone to violent relationships, because we saw her beat Gary Shirley more than once in the early seasons of Teen Mom.

There were also rumors that Amber was abusive to Matt, complete with a photo of Matt's injuries that he claimed were from a separate incident altogether.

It's all very, very suspicious, isn't it?

Check out Amber in action in the video below:

Amber portwood accuses matt baier of abuse on marriage boot camp

Kate Upton Accuses Guess Co-Founder Paul Marciano of Sexual Misconduct

Kate Upton has accused the man behind fashion brand Guess of treating women in an inappropriate manner.

On Wednesday morning, the world famous model took to Twitter in order to accuse chief creative officer and former co-CEO Paul Marciano of sexual harassment.

Marciano has been a major influence at Guess for years and remains a prominent player in its everyday operations.

Much to the chagrin of Upton, as she writes below:

“It’s disappointing that such an iconic women’s brand @GUESS is still empowering Paul Marciano as their creative director.”

The newlywed ended the tweet with a potentially telling hashtag, implying that she was a victim of Marciano’s unacceptable behavior by Tweeting:


This hashtag, of course, is commonly used these days by women who have been the victims of sexual harassment or misconduct.

While it’s often employed by females in the entertainment industry (after acres Alyssa Milano made it popular once again several months ago), many women around social media in general have also joined the movement.

The impressive viral movement aims to shed light on years and years of abuse, intimidation, harassment and assault that have been covered up by both Hollywood and the media.

Back to Upton, however:

Minutes after sending her initial message, Upton shared the same Tweet on Instagram, along with the caption:

“He shouldn’t be allowed to use his power in the industry to sexually and emotionally harass women #metoo.”

Justin Verlander, the Houston Astros starting pitcher who Upton married in November, also shared his wife’s allegation on Twitter.

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Upton is arguably the most famous supermodel in the world.

She became a celebrity spokesmodel for Guess in 2011, following in the footsteps of such major names as the following:

Claudia Schiffer and Cindy Crawford. Most recent faces of Guess include Gigi Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Camila Cabello and Jennifer Lopez.

Marciano, meanwhile, co-founded the fashion company in 1981 and has served as its executive chairman and chief creative officer since August 2015.

He stepped down that year from his position as the brand’s chief executive officer, but, if anything, has been more involved in a daily basis ever since making this transition.

Guess has yet to respond to Upton’s claims.

And Upton has not provided any further detail regarding what Marciano has done to merit said claims.

We’ll update this story as more news when/if it breaks.


Nicole Eggert Accuses Scott Baio of Sexual Assault

Nicole Eggert has leveled a serious allegation against Scott Baio.

The former Baywatch actress, who appeared for years opposite Baio on the sitcom Charles in Charles, wrote on Twitter yesterday that the actor molested her back when she was a teenager,

Commenting on a Tweet that referred to Baio as a staunch Donald Trump supporter, Eggert penned the following on Saturday afternoon:

“Ask [Scott Baio] what happened in his garage at his house when I was a minor. Creep.”

It obviously doesn’t lend credence to her accusation necessarily, but she had recently linked to Halsey’s viral speech at the Women’s March from last weekend and also Tweeted:

“Always stand in ur truth it gives u strength.”

In a series of Tweets, she went on to detail how Baio digitally penetrated her, starting at the age of 14.

In a subsequent response to Twitter followers, Eggert said she was a “molested child” who “covered up” the alleged abuse for years, writing that she was “14, 15, 16 and 17” when these incidents occurred.

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How did Baio fight back?

Initially by referring to Eggert’s claims as “100% lies” and then by sharing a 16-minute video on Facebook.

“I remember her calling me and asking me to come over and coming in my house one time, and seducing me,” Baio says into the camera at one point in this video, adding:

“[For] any normal heterosexual, red-blooded American guy, the outcome would have been the same.”

Baio says this intercourse was consensual and that Eggert was of legal age at the time.


He also played an audio recording of an interview Eggert gave to, in which she described losing her virginity to Baio “way after” “Charles in Charge” was done.

“It was years later,” Eggert can be heard saying.

Eggert previous accused Baio of sexually abusing her as a minor in 2012.

“I kept my mouth shut, because usually when false claims in the past have been made about me they just go away,” Baio said late Saturday.

“But for some reason she will not let this one go away.”

He proceeds to basically challenge Eggert to “go to the police” if she really has a case, as opposed to airing dirty (in his mind, bitter) laundry on social media.

Baio, who has made headlines of late for his support of President Trump, said the Eggert’s accusations undermine real victims with “legitimate claims.”

In his view:

“The problem with almost all he said-she said cases is they’re he said-she said. Now, go prove it or disprove it,” he says toward the end of his reply.

“The real problem with this is people with legitimate claims aren’t taken seriously – and that’s too bad.”

Eggerts and Baio costarred on the aforementioned sitcom from 1984 to 1990, with Baio playing college student Charles, who looked after a group of children including Eggert’s character, Jamie.


Briana Renee Accuses Estranged Husband of Verbal Assault, Bestiality

Things have escalated quickly between Briana Renee and Matt Grundhoffer.

It’s pretty safe to say these former lovers won’t be exchanging Christmas cards a year from now.

Back on November 10, the Little Women: LA star announced on Instagram that she was leaving Grundhoffer, but she didn’t sound too bitter about the split.

“After 3 years, and bringing the most handsome little boy into this world, we have come to the end of our marriage,” wrote Renee online, adding:

‘We rode til the wheels fell off, and now I’m only focusing on being the best mama.”

Granted, Grundhoffer had admitted to cheating on Renee, so there was clearly tension between the former spouses.

But it still appeared as if the focus would be on an amicable break-up in order to guarantee the very best for the ex-couple’s young son.

But the reality star’s divorce documents have now leaked online and they paint Grundhoffer in some VERY disturbing light.

For starters, Briana is seeking child and spousal support from Grundhoffer.

That’s not unusual, however.

TMZ also reports that she filed for a restraining order last month because she claims Grundhoffer verbally abused her at least twice in November, referring to her a “cuntt” and a “worthless bitch.”

The documents also allege he threatened to take their one-year-old son, Maverick, away from her.

And it gets even worse.

Briana goes on to say Matt is often drunk and that he threatens violence any time he’s inebriated.

She shares a story from April of last year during which he supposedly threatened to “kill everyone in the house” and adds that he talked about suicide last June.

And it gets even worse.

According to Renee, she found exchanges between Grundhoffer and another woman.

She says they were “sexually explicit and disturbing” … and allegedly “involved bestiality and proposals of sex acts with minor children, including the proposal of sex acts with Matthew’s minor child, age 12, from a previous relationship.”

Ummm… YIKES.

Not much more we can say about it than that.

After Renee initially confirmed she was divorcing Grundhoffer, a transgender model came out and labeled the pair’s relationship as the “most dysfunctional ever.”

Does this verify Renee’s claims against her soon-to-be-ex?


But it’s pretty clear these two are not meant for each other, wouldn’t you say?

For now, a judge has awarded Renee full custody of Maverick and has ordered Matt to stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times.


Trump Tweet Accuses Joe Scarborough of MURDER!

First thing this morning, the big news was that Matt Lauer was fired for sexual misconduct. Some were shocked; others were absolutely not surprised.

And then, of course, there was Donald Trump’s response — to use this to try to deflect more attention from himself and his policies onto the people he regards as his enemies. By which we mean, you know, journalists and talk show hosts.

Bewilderingly, Trump decided to bash his former friend, Joe Scarborough, by suggesting that he might be a murderer.

We really wish that we were making this up, folks.

So, Matt Lauer has been fired for assault by NBC.

Interestingly, though Lauer famously softballed Trump in an interview while grilling Hillary Clinton over “transparency issues” regarding her emails in a parallel interview (and thus helped pave the way for Twilight Zone episode that is 2017), Trump’s response has been delight.

The orange-in-chief tweeted this:

“Wow, Matt Lauer was just fired from NBC for ‘inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace.’ But when will the top executives at NBC & Comcast be fired for putting out so much Fake News. Check out Andy Lack’s past!”

So, basically, he’s happy about anyone being fired from any news network that has even a modicum of journalistic integrity.

He’s throwing out his usual “Fake News” jargon, which normally just makes the world roll its eyes because, well, it’s the equivalent of a preschooler saying “I know you are but what am I” because they’re angry but don’t know how to argue.

Trump followed it up with something of a massive escalation, however.

And though he repeats himself a little, this tweet is even worse:

Trump Tweet Accuses Joe Scarborough of Murder

That reads:

“So now that Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin? And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the ‘unsolved mystery’ that took place in Florida years ago? Investigate!”

In addition to being an embarrassing display of insecurities and conduct unbecoming of the Office of the Presidency, that tweet appears to be an accusation of murder.

Because, back in 2001, when Joe Scarborough was still a congressman in Florida, an intern named Lori Klausutis was found dead in his congressional district office.

Specifically, then 28-year-old Klausutis was found behind a desk in that office by two visitors.

Now, not only was there zero evidence that Joe Scarborough was involved in her death, but the autopsy results showed that Klausutis had been feeling unwell before her death and that she also suffered heart problems.

It is believed that those heart troubles caused her to fall and hit her head, with tragic and lethal consequences.

There was zero sign of foul play.

Before anyone suggests that perhaps Joe Scarborough at least had a motive — maybe he wanted to retain his seat in congress, and she knew something incriminating?

(Or, even more boring, they’d had an affair?)

That fits narratives about politicians to which we’re accustomed … except that Scarborough had already announced his resignation months earlier, expressing a desire to spend more time with his children.

Even if you’re 100% down to commit murder, you don’t murder someone to save a political career that is already coming to an end.

And, again, there was no sign of foul play.

And Joe Scarborough is several things, but none of them is a criminal mastermind. Or any kind of mastermind.

But this is just one of many examples of Trump having zero idea of what is and is not appropriate, either for a President or for a human being, to say or do.

Trump has gleefully repeated accusations against famous men whom he considers to be his “enemies.”

He has also been conspicuously quiet about Roy Moore being accused of molesting young girls. Because, well, Roy Moore is a Republican and likely to support Trump’s agenda in Congress.

(Besides, given the accusations about Trump, condemning Roy Moore would come across as hypocritical. Though that’s never stopped Trump before)

Trump also seems to be forgetting (weird, since he himself said that he has one of “the great memories of all time”) that Fox News had to expel a number of high-profile individuals because they, like so many famous and powerful men, turned out to be sex monsters.

Sexual predation doesn’t have a political affiliation, but how people respond when the people they once respected are accused shows a lot about their character.

Another complication to all of this is that Trump was once friends with Joe Scarborough. But he cannot stand criticism of any kind, which is why their relationship has apparently devolved to accusations of murder.