Jonah Hill’s Brother Had Traces of Cocaine, Nitrous Canisters in Room at Time of Death

Music manager Jordan Feldstein — Jonah Hill’s older brother — had Whip-It! canisters all over the room where he was found dead … according to the Coroner’s Office. In the docs, the Coroner says Jordan had multiple canisters of nitrous strewn…


Jonah Hill’s Brother Had Traces of Cocaine, Nitrous Canisters in Room at Time of Death

Music manager Jordan Feldstein — Jonah Hill’s older brother — had Whip-It! canisters all over the room where he was found dead … according to the Coroner’s Office. In the docs, the Coroner says Jordan had multiple canisters of nitrous strewn…


William Shatner Eviscerates Facebook Over Death Hoax: I Will Never Die!!

Did you see an article whose title declared that a legendary Star Trek actor had been found dead?

William Shatner is alive and kicking. In fact, Thursday was his birthday — the beloved actor is now 87 years old.

But he’s furious about fake news being spread about him, and demanding that Facebook take action.

You know how, sometimes, social media platforms experience a surge in popularity?

This is not that time for Facebook. 

In fact, between new revelations that the data of 50 million users was mined to help the Trump campaign in 2016 and intense scrutiny over Russia using Facebook as a divisive weapon against the U.S. …the social media platform is not enjoying a lot of good press.

And we don’t just mean because Jim Carrey dumped his Facebook stock.

Even Snapchat, which has recently been dismissed by Kylie Jenner and blasted by Rihanna and has been massively devalued as a result, is probably thanking their lucky stars that they’re not Facebook right now.

Now, Facebook has drawn the ire of an acting legend … by sharing a death hoax advertisement.

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There is a difference between a clickbait headline, which summarizes an article or poses a question that’s designed to draw a reader’s attention, and a bold-faced lie.

Announcing that a living actor has been found dead is, at best, a hoax in extremely poor taste.

A fan tweeted at William Shatner:

“I thought you might want to know you’re dead.” Accompanying those words was a screencap of a Facebook ad.

The Star Trek actor was not amused.

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Shatner quoted the tweet, writing: 

“Hey @facebook isn’t this your messenger app? What’s up with you allowing this Acocet Retail Sales ad to pass your muster? Thought you were doing something about this?”

By “doing something about this,” he of course means that Facebook has announced that they’re taking steps to combat the spread of 

He got a reply to his tweet:

“Hi, I’m from Facebook. Thanks for letting us know about this. We have removed this ad and Page from Facebook.”

Shatner then quoted that tweet with a message of his own:


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“Thank you. I’m not planning on dying so please continue to block those kinds of ads.”

(Honestly, the part about not planning on dying is, as the youths would say, a big mood)

Article titles are designed to be interesting and enticing, but a number of actors are continuously plagued by ads claiming that they’re dead.

Some argue that these titles are all in good fun and have no agenda beyond eliciting clicks.

Others, however, point out that these articles can send fans into a panic and can be extremely hurtful to the still-living stars themselves.

Especially when, like Shatner, they are advanced in years. The fact that this went down on Twitter on the day before his birthday cannot have been fun.

Despite his age, William Shatner has surprised many with his social media savvy.

A few years ago, he began livetweeting The 100, as he considered it the last hope of science fiction fans.

This was before the Syfy channel’s de-rebranding, when they came back with shows like Dark MatterKilljoys, and The Expanse.

Since then, of course, Star Trek: Discovery has come out, and more and more networks and streaming platforms are realizing that high-quality science fiction television is worth the sometimes hefty price.

Shatner’s legacy lives on. And so does he.


Austin Bomber Mark Conditt Recorded 25-Minute Confession Before Death, Cops Say

Austin bomber Mark Conditt recorded a 25-minute video on his phone confessing to the crimes before he was killed by his own explosive device … according to cops. Austin PD Chief Brian Manley says they’ve a recovered a recording from Conditt that…


Kim Zolciak: I Got Death Threats Because of Nene Leakes!

There are reality star feuds and then there’s the beef between Kim Zolciak and Nene Leakes, which is more akin to a nuclear war.

You see, this isn’t just a simple case of two co-stars throwing shade at each other on social media.

No, Nene and Kim keep raising the stakes, and it seems there’s no end to this bitter battle in sight.

It all started when Kim’s daughter, Brielle Biermann, randomly claimed that Nene’s house is infested with roaches

Nene clapped back in a big way, claiming that Brielle is a racist who learned to hate from her mother:

“Kim & her daughter whole family are racists! What her daughter did at my home… was racist, learned behavior etc,” Leakes wrote on Instagram, referring to Brielle’s roach post.

“Kim is a calculating bipolar racist with a horrible mouth, who uses black folks for her come up.”

Nene says she was led to the conclusion that Kim is a bigot by Brielle’s use of the term “roach”:

“That word ‘roach’ just ain’t the word I needed to hear her saying,” Leakes said on this week’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta.

“It sounds very racial when you are speaking to an African-American person and talk about roaches. Because people feel like you associated that with the ghetto or trash. Black people do not receive that very well.”

Leakes went on to say that she may have exaggerated “out of anger,” but maintained that she still believes Kim harbors racist tendencies.

“Do I believe Kim is a racist? Some of the things she has said would definitely make you go, ‘Hmmm,’” Nene remarked.

Zolciak was so incensed that she sued Nene for saying she’s a racist.

On last night’s episode, she revealed that the situation had deteriorated to the point that she received death threats 

“We’ve had to hire security. I’ve had people come to the gate at my house,” Kim told Sheree Whitfield. 

“She wants to pull the race card. That’s the devil, bitch,” she added.

“She spent so many years trying to sabotage my name and I just let it roll.

“Now you’re f–king with my kids? ‘The whole family is racist, prejudice?’ My whole family? There’s not a racist bone in my body. Not me, my husband, or my children see color. Never have.”

Kim recently confirmed that she had her lawyers send Nene a cease and desist letter.

Unfortunately, for Mrs. Zolciak-Biermann, it seems the document failed to have the desired effect:

“I burned it up with a lighter,” Leakes said when asked how she responded to the missive.

Something tells us this feud won’t be coming to an end anytime soon.

Watch Real Housewives of Atlanta online to relive all the Kim vs. Nene drama.


Bobbi Kristina’s Death Investigators Interested in Nick Gordon’s Most Recent DV Arrest

Nick Gordon is back on the radar of Georgia authorities who are still investigating Bobbi Kristina’s death … after his recent domestic violence arrest … TMZ has learned. Sources with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office tell us…