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One Tree Hill Actors: We Stand with Our Co-Stars!

One Tree Hill is back in the news these days…

… for all the wrong reasons.

Earlier this week, all the women who starred on this former CW hit came out and penned an open letter that accused creator Mark Schwahn of sexual harassment.

It detailed how uncomfortable he made everyone feel on set via inappropriate touching and various comments and even in showing off nude pictures of the women with whom he was sleeping.

We recap this ugly story below, while also featuring the supporting statements made by James Lafferty and other male co-stars on the series:

1. The History Behind One Tree Hill

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One Tree Hill ran for nine seasons and wrapped up in April of 2012. It’s one of the most beloved shows in CW history.

2. The Complaint:

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In a letter signed by 17 actresses and former One Tree Hill co-workers, the women write of Schwahn: “Many of us were, to varying degrees, manipulated psychologically and emotionally. More than one of us is still in treatment for post-traumatic stress. Many of us were put in uncomfortable positions and had to swiftly learn to fight back, sometimes physically, because it was made clear to us that the supervisors in the room were not the protectors they were supposed to be.”

3. Moreover:

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The letter also alleges that Schwahn spoke to women on set in ways that were “deeply upsetting, to traumatizing, to downright illegal,” and alleged that they were put in positions that made them feel “physically unsafe.”

4. It Was Signed By:

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Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Danneel Harris, Michaela McManus, Kate Voegele, Daphne Zuniga, India de Beaufort, Bevin Prince, Jana Kramer, Shantel Van Santen, Allison Munn; along with “Brave Crew And All the rest of the Women We Worked With Who Are Finding Their Voices as We Speak.”

5. What the Men are Saying

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Here is the message of support written by former co-lead James Lafferty.

6. And Lee Norris

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“Much love to our brother bear #LeeNorris, who has always been supportive. He’s one of the good ones too. #BurnItDownSis,” wrote Sophia Bush in response to this note.

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Jeremy Calvert BASHES Teen Mom 2 Co-Stars on Instagram!

Reality TV is a strange beast.

It turns regular folks into celebrities not because of their brains, abilities, or even their looks, but simply because of their willingness to allow viewers to access their private lives.

For some, that's the primary appeal of the genre, while for others, it's the chief drawback.

We think it's safe to say Leah Messer's ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, belongs squarely in the latter camp.

Check out Jeremy's latest rant against his co-stars in the gallery below and watch Teen Mom 2 online to decide for yourself if Calvert has a point.

1. Jeremy and Leah In Happier Times

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Jeremy is Leah’s second husband after Corey Simms. He’s also the father of her youngest daughter, Adalynn.

2. One Messy Breakup

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Jeremy and Leah split in ugly fashion. While they’ve formed an amicable co-parenting relationship in the years since, it wasn’t an easy process.

3. Jeremy Doesn’t Want His MTV

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Just about every one on Teen Mom 2 has complained about the way the show is edited. But perhaps no one has been as critical of the show itself as Jeremy Calvert.

4. The King of the Insta-rant

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These days, Jeremy is dating Brooke Wehr and he seems to be pretty content, but he still takes to social media to vent his frustration now and then.

5. Tell Us What You REALLY Think!

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Calvert’s latest is a doozy. In the comments on his latest Instagram post the reality star went off on everyone from judgemental fans to his co-stars.

6. Not Exactly Subtle

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Jeremy posted this meme earlier in the week, and with that, he was off to the rant races.

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Farrah Abraham Slams Teen Mom Costars: STOP PROCREATING!

Oh, that Farrah Abraham, always getting into mischief!

Or, you know, always running her mouth and acting a fool while showing zero redeeming qualities. Same thing.

For a good long while now, Farrah hasn’t gotten along with any of her Teen Mom costars. Not a one.

She’s not friendly with any of the Teen Mom 2 girls — she’s even had several public spats with Kailyn Lowry.

And as for the rest of the ladies from Teen Mom OG? Well, let’s just say that she used to be friends with Amber Portwood, but last fall Amber tried to knock her teeth out.

So that’s seven other women that Farrah consistently has problems with. And she addressed them all in this wild new interview.

While speaking with Hollywood Life, she touched on the fact that nearly all of the other Teen Moms have gone on to have more children.

(Oddly enough, her biggest enemy, Amber, has been the only other mom to stop after their 16 & Pregnant baby.)

“I mean it’s definitely been my choice everyday to not have another child at this time,” Farrah said, “and I think that’s allowed me to really be sure that I have relationships with the right people.”

… Yeah, we don’t know if that’s true, but if Farrah’s ever made a good choice in her life, it’s to refrain from having more kids.

“I didn’t want to rush that or hurry into a marriage,” she explained. “I don’t need more children if it’s not right.”

“I know the environment that I need to feel happy and satisfied and if I don’t have that right now, I’m not going to rush it.”

It’s so strange to hear her actually being reasonable, isn’t it? We’re so used to the opposite being the case.

Don’t worry though, it didn’t take long for her to get awful.

About the other moms on the series having more children, she said “It’s what they welcome in their lives. Maybe they feel comfortable and they’re satisfied with where they are and then they want to do that.”

“I don’t feel like while I’m filming Teen Mom that I should procreate. Some people, that’s just what they believe in and they’ll just keep popping out kiddos.”

It’s weird, because it’s like Farrah doesn’t understand that people in their mid-20s can be settled down with families.

Take Maci Bookout, for instance — she has a husband, a nice home, and she’s had two more children. That’s fine.

Likewise, Chelsea Houska found herself an amazing guy and they decided to have a baby together. These things do happen.

She might have a point when it comes to moms like Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans who keep having babies with different men, but even then, different strokes, you know?

Next up in the interview, Farrah took some time to focus on the other OG ladies, Maci, Catelynn and Amber.

“I don’t know where their jealousy stems from,” she said, mistaking their dislike for her for jealousy.

“I think it’s just their inner hatred towards themselves, but I don’t need to contribute or be friends.”

“It’s like high school,” she went on. “I don’t aspire to talk to people like that or have people like that around me.”

“Now, I’m just around super successful business oriented people are are always channeling to do something fresh and new everyday and inspire me to be better.”

“That’s all I want to be around,” she finished. “I love what I attract now and it’s much better than what I work around.”

OK, Farrah. Sure, honey. Whatever you say.

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Erin Moran: Mourned and Remembered by Happy Days Costars

Yesterday, we heard the sad news that Erin Moran, an actress best known for her role on Happy Days, had passed away at the age of 56.

At this point in time, the cause of her death is unknown — officials have scheduled an autopsy to clear everything up.

Right now, we know that around 4:00 yesterday afternoon in Indiana, authorities received a call about an “unresponsive female.”

But when EMTs arrived to the location, the woman — Erin — was already dead.

It was a sad ending to what seemed to be a sad life.

She began her acting career when she was only five years old. She appeared in commercials and had small roles in various television shows until she landed the role of Joanie Cunningham on Happy Days.

Erin played Joanie for the full ten seasons that Happy Days ran, and she played her again for one season of the spin-off series Joanie Loves Chachi.

She had a few other roles after the show ended, most recently in the film Not Another B Movie in 2010, but she never had the same level of fame or success since.

Several reports claim that she began struggling with addiction issues, and she also struggled with her finances, eventually ending up completely broke.

But no matter what happened in her life, no matter what caused her to end up the way she did, one fact remains:

She was clearly well loved and respected by her Happy Days family.

Ron Howard, who played Erin’s big brother Richie Cunningham, remembered her on Twitter, writing “Such sad sad news. RIP Erin. I’ll always choose to remember you on our show making scenes better, getting laughs and lighting up tv screens.”

Henry Winkler, The Fonz himself, tweeted “OH Erin… now you will finally have the peace you wanted so badly here on earth …Rest In It serenely now.. too soon.”

Don Most, who played Richie’s friend Ralph, made a statement to the Hollywood Reporter, saying “I am so incredibly sad to hear about Erin. She was a wonderful, sweet, caring, talented woman.”

“As I write this I can’t really comprehend this right now. A very painful loss. It gives me some comfort to know that she’s with Tom, Al, Pat and Garry. Rest In Peace, sweet Erin.”

He’s referring, of course, to Tom Bosley, Al Molinaro, and Pat Morita, all beloved actors from Happy Days, and Garry Marshall, the show’s creator.

Anson Williams, who played Richie’s other buddy, Potsie, released a statement of his own that read “Erin was a person who made everyone around her feel better.”

“She truly cared about others first, a true angel. I will miss her so much, but know that she is in God’s hands. RIP sweet angel.”

Her loss is clearly being felt deeply by those who knew her, and it’s such a testament to the kind of person she apparently was.

Our condolences to all of Erin’s friends and family.

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Farrah Abraham: Bashed AGAIN by Teen Mom OG Costars!

Farrah Abraham is the absolute worst, as evidenced by every single thing she’s ever done since becoming pregnant at the tender age of 16.

She’s terrible — you know it, we know it, and her fellow Teen Mom stars certainly know it.

For years now, Farrah has had issues with Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, and Maci Bookout.

The feud reached a boiling point in 2015 when the show was revived: originally Farrah wasn’t going to be part of it, and when producers brought her back, Maci threatened to quit filming altogether.

Farrah, though she’d never say as much, seemed to be really offended by the idea that she was (and is) so horrible that Maci would leave the show, and since then, she’s been at odds with the other girls.

And it certainly didn’t help anything when she and Amber got into a physical fight at the Teen Mom reunion show last year.

So now we’re in this pattern where someone says something harsh but true about Farrah, then Farrah responds by either pretending she’s above it all, or by getting even dirtier.

And that’s how we have this brand new interview with Amber, Catelynn, and Maci — all about you-know-who.

When the ladies were asked about Farrah, Catelynn brilliantly responded with “Farrah who? Farrah Fawcett?”

“She’s dead. Rest in peace. She was beautiful. Farrah Fawcett is dead. I love Amber and Maci, but poor Farrah Fawcett. Rest in peace.”

Oh, the shade of it all!

Amber kept it real, as always, saying “Me, Maci and Catelynn have always been good. Farrah, she’s just Farrah.”

“It’s kind of like a non-issue, non-thing anymore.”

Maci agreed, adding “It’s kind of one of those things like out of sight, out of mind.”

But Maci — sweet, kind Maci — also said “I want the best for her and I think she does bring something to the show.”

(Hint: it’s ratings. Everyone loves a good trainwreck, and there’s no trainwreck quite like Farrah.)

“Not everyone is going to relate to me or Catelynn,” she continued. “The more different stories that can come together, the more relatable we’re going to be to everyone.”

“I just don’t really have a relationship with her.”

Fair enough, right?

Not for Farrah.

After hearing about this interview, Farrah made a new statement, explaining “I live my life separately and I think that’s the best way.”

“Like I’ve said, I think we all need to create our own positive, healthy, happy environment in which they don’t fit in. So again, I want no part of their rounds and rounds of immaturity.”

If she sounds testy, that’s because she gave a similar statement earlier this week after Amber and Catelynn theorized that she “needs help, like severe counseling.”

After that interview, Farrah said “I will not be including myself in discussions about what they say or have that circle of never-ending immaturity and unprofessionalism.”

“It’s unfortunate that I have other cast members who are hateful towards women, and I just don’t want to belong or associate with that.”

Oh, Farrah. Simple, ignorant, unbelievably terrible Farrah.

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Farrah Abraham on Teen Mom Co-Stars: I’m Just Better Than Them!

Back in October we learned Farrah Abraham is a Donald Trump supporter, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, as the two of them have a good deal in common:

They’re both reality stars; they both radiate with an unhealthy glow that brings to mind a radioactive Cheeto; and, of course, they’re both horrendous people.

One of the less obvious similarities between Farrah and Donald is the fact that both have been accused of sucking up all the media oxygen in the room and getting a disproportionate amount of TV time precisely because they’re so terrible.

Farrah addressed this phenomenon in an interview published today.

“I get better treatment because I’m a hardworking business mogul and amazing mother who holds herself with respect and keeps production accountable and always goes above and beyond what is asked,” Abraham told Us Weekly.

“And I stay above the trash they have on the show. Sadly, the girls are not taken seriously because of how they conduct themselves, and they’re to blame, not me.”

Whoa. Farrah claiming that people like her because of her ability to “stay above the trash” is the height of #SelfDelusionGoals.

Farrah’s about as far above the trash as Oscar the Grouch.

Without the trash, she would have no base of operations from which to spew her hateful …. well, trash-talk.

The eminently classy Ms. Abraham went on to proclaim that – without a hint of irony – that the other moms are simply too unprofessional and immature:

“Maci, Catelynn and Amber conduct themselves unprofessionally, disrespectfully and immaturely,” said Farrah, who once attacked a producer on the set of the show that made her famous. 

And naturally, she couldn’t conclude an interview without referencing her recent fight for  throwing some shade at her rivals of the month and 

“Since 16 and Pregnant, Amber has tried to fight me, and Maci and Catelynn have been jealous,” Farrah Said.

We’re pretty sure she threw Maci in there just because she’s the only castmember Farrah hasn’t directly beefed with this week.

Pay close attention, kids!

Farrah is offering up a master class in maturity and professionalism here.

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Paul Walker: Friends & Co-Stars Pay Tribute on 3rd Anniversary of Actor’s Death

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been three years since Paul Walker was killed in a car accident on his way home from a charity event.

Few actors have been as beloved by their co-stars as Walker, and Fast and Furious franchise star has been the subject of countless online tributes in the years since his untimely passing.

Today, Vin Diesel paid tribute to Walker along with several other Furious co-stars who continue to mourn a man that many of them thought of as family.

Diesel changed his Facebook background photo to the above photo of himself and Walker.

Not surprisingly, he wasn’t the only famous name to mark this sad milestone on social media.

Tyrese Gibson posted the following video of himself and Walker…

… along with a moving caption:

“This week is always rough for those of us who really knew him personally. Fourteen years of laughter, hugs and love — literally one of the nicest people on HUMAN FEET!!!!” Gibson wrote.

“Nov 30th, we lost an angel! Paul treated everyone with the upmost respect and went out of his way to make everyone feel like they mattered…… I love and I miss you dearly.”

Gibson went on to request prayers for Walker’s family, writing:

“We simply ask of you prayer warriors around the world pray for his daughter our niece, Meadow Walker, and his dear brothers, Cody and Caleb, and parents and his besty named Roland and Brandon, who were literally with him every day!!!!!!” he continued.

“May God rest your soul we hope we make you proud everyday!!!!! RIH ( rest in heaven )….. P-Dubber!!!!”

Actress Jordana Brewster, who played Walker’s love interest in the franchise posted a photo of the two of them together on Twitter.

She captioned the image:

“I miss you and I love you every single day #paulwalker”

Ludacris, who also starred in Fast and Furious films shared a photo of Walker, along with a caption reading:

“Gone but never forgotten.”

Walker’s family has also been vocal in paying tribute to the beloved son, father and brother:

“We had a lot of fun growing up,”his brother Caleb recently told ET.

“Paul was four years older than me, so he was the big brother, the cool big brother everyone knew. I just wanted to be like him.”

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Chelsea Houska, Baby Bump, Co-Stars Attend Teen Mom 2 Reunion!

The cast and crew of MTV's Teen Mom 2 have wrapped up their Season 8 Reunion show, and the newest cast member stole the show:

Chelsea Houska's baby son, who isn't even born yet!

Fans will have to wait a long time to watch Teen Mom 2 online and see this on screen (the upcoming season hasn't even started on MTV).

Fortunately, these photos of Chelsea Houska and her growing baby bump – which got a lot of love from one co-star should tide you over!

Leah Messer, Kail Lowry, and Jenelle Evans – who is also pregnant – all showed up, but Kail seemed to bond with Chelsea's baby most of all.

Houska is expecting a baby boy with Cole De Boer (also present), and shared a couple of adorable solo shots of herself and her bump too.

“27 weeks!” Chelsea wrote in one such caption.

“I cannot wait to meet this sweet little boy!” 

Check out pics of Chelsea, Cole and the rest of the cast as they celebrated the end of Season 8 and TM2 reaching 100 episodes young!

1. Chelsea Houska and Kailyn Lowry Pic

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Chelsea Houska gets a little love for her future son from Kailyn Lowry, her co-star on Teen Mom 2, at the Season 8 reunion taping.

2. Chelsea and Kailyn Love

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Chelsea Houska and her future son snuggle up to Kailyn Lowry, her co-star on Teen Mom 2, at the Season 8 reunion taping.

3. The Teen Mom 2 Cast Reunion Pic!

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Chelsea Houska and her co-stars Teen Mom 2, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer and Jenelle Evans, at the Season 8 reunion taping.

4. Stone Cole Chillin’

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Cole De Boer, Chelsea Houska’s husband and her co-star on Teen Mom 2, kicks back at the Season 8 reunion taping.

5. Chelsea Houska Baby Bumpin’!

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Chelsea Houska, who recently attended the Teen Mom 2 Season 8 reunion taping, shows off her amazingly cute baby bump.

6. Chelsea Houska and Her Producer

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Chelsea Houska snuggles up to her producer on Teen Mom 2 at the Season 8 reunion taping.

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