Farrah Abraham: I’m Not Going to Jail! That’s Fake News!

Last month, Farrah Abraham was arrested after allegedly attacking a male staff member at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Earlier this week, Farrah was formally charged with assault, and prosecutors decided to tack on resisting arrest for good measure.

(That’ll happen when video of you telling the police to go f-ck themselves makes its way across social media.)

Naturally, Farrah handled the situation by admitting blame, asking forgiveness of the victim, and entering therapy in order to ensure that nothing like this ever happens.

Just kidding, she’s actually been blaming everyone else for her arrest and lying about the altercation every chance she gets.

Yes, despite considerable evidence to the contrary (Did we mention that video with the cops and the F-bombs?), Farrah says she was not arrested.

Most recently, she made that delusional claim on the Instagram page of Paparazzi Magazine after the outlet tagged her in a post about the arrest.

“Don’t tag me on lies all this is false,” Farrah commented.

 “False info,” she added.

Yes, apparently, “false info” is Farrah’s version of “fake news.”

Sadly, she won’t be old enough to run for president in 2020, but the way her career is going, you can expect her to be elected to the White House in 2028.

Anyway, to the surprise of absolutely no one, Farrah is completely full of it.

She was arrested; she has been charged with multiple misdemeanors; and she is facing 18 months in prison.

The folks over at Hollywood Life even went so far as to obtain court documents pertaining to Farrah’s arrest.

Armed with that evidence, HL reached out to Farrah for comment.

The surprising part is, she actually responded.

The not-so-surprising part is, she’s still trying to BS everyone.

“This case is all false. It’s all lies. It’s all false information,” Farrah responded.

“The court date has been set for August 13th, but there has been no judge assigned. I’ve told everybody this is all false.”

Man, she really loves that “false info” catchphrase.

You’ve gotta love how Farrah thinks she can just make people’s heads spin with legal mumbo-jumbo, and everyone will be like, “Well, she must be telling the truth!”

A word of legal advice, Farrah — don’t try that on the judge.


Kim Kardashian Spent $10,000 on Fake Testicles for Her Dog; Here’s Why

Kim Kardashian may not be able to keep Kanye from blaming black people for slavery, but there’s still one man in her life she can control.

That man is her dog, Rocky, whom she had neutered, as any responsible pet owner would do.

Strangely, she has reportedly purchased fake testicles for him … for a whopping $ 10,000.

According to The New York Times, Kim Kardashian has spent $ 10,000 to purchase prosthetic testicles for her dog, Rocky.

Allegedly, she purchased the Neuticles and had them implanted because she wanted to help Rocky’s self-esteem.

Way back in the simpler times of 2012, Kim Kardashian told The Independent that she “doesn’t like big balls on dogs, or anything else.”

That’s sort of a weird comment in general. Some people are uncomfortable with the sight of their dog’s genitalia, which is a perfectly fine hang-up to have.

It’s the “anything else” line that’s weirder for her to include. Barring inconvenience during a couple of sex acts, who cares about testicle size?

Whatever. Maybe she was trying to be funny. It was 2012.

Regardless, people assume that she purchased Neuticles that were smaller than the originals.

Gregg Miller is the creator of Neuticles, and he does not mince words when advocating for people to purchase his very expensive product.

“Some have their dog turned into a eunuch because they don’t care,” Miller says, according to The Daily Mail.

First of all, who says eunuch unless they’re talking about Ancient Rome or Game of Thrones? Neutered is a perfectly good word, dude.

Second of all, you neuter your dog because you care very much. Responsible humans neuter their dogs.

“But there’s a certain segment of pet owners,” Miller says. “That do care and that’s where Neuticles come in.”

Miller sure has some opinions, folks.

Kim, as you may recall, got Rocky with then-boyfriend Reggie Bush way, way back in 2010.

“Rocky is most like me, his mommy,” Kim said at the time. “He’s really cool and calm, and goes with the flow.”

Kim is not really known for being a dog person, and with the exception of photoshoots and a few pomeranian photos from last year, you’re just not going to see dogs show up on her Instagram. It’s weird.

At the time, Kim revealed that she got into a bit of trouble with Kourtney over Rocky, but it was nothing like Kim and Kourtney’s recent klashes.

“Mason hasn’t really been around dogs that much,” Kim said. “Rocky was licking Mason in the face, and Kourtney was mad at me.”

That’s a weird thing to be mad about.

“I was like, “No, they need to meet!” It was really funny,” Kim described. “And Rocky did calm down after a little bit.”

As we mentioned, Kim is sort of weird about pets.

In fact, she has plainly stated that she forgot what became of various pets that have been gifted to her and her sisters over the years.

We’re talking about childhood pets. And no, not sea monkeys.

If it weren’t for the fact that Kim is clearly a good mother, we might worry that she’s some sort of unloving monster. Because, seriously, who does that?

Kim also doesn’t post many pet photos to Instagram. She’s posted more explanations of a strange mark in the marble of a hotel room in the past year than she has posted photos of Rocky.

Kylie, in the mean time, has made it clear on social media that she is obsessed with her dogs. Which is much, much more normal.

But it seems very clear that Kim cares about Rocky if she’s dropping what to mere mortals would be a sizable down payment on a car to give him fake testicles to help his self-esteem.

Some people just don’t show their love on social media.

Especially when they are celebrities trying to pick and choose what fits their brand.

For Kylie, who was until late last year, a teenager, showing constant dog photos and videos did zero harm to her absolute juggernaut of a brand.

Kim caters to a different, older crowd, and we’re not going to second guess the judgment of the woman who all but invented branding.


Farrah Abraham: Everything You See on Teen Mom OG Is Fake!

Farrah Abraham is probably feeling a little salty following her latest string of bad luck.

And by “bad luck,” of course, we mean the seemingly never-ending succession of self-created problems that’s taken Farrah from infamous star of a wildly popular reality series to sometime jailbird and full-time cam girl.

Her latest round of troubles seems to have started when Farrah was fired from Teen Mom OG back in …

We’re guessing getting canned from the show that made you famous is never easy, and we doubt that anyone would handle the humiliation well 

Farrah’s attempts to sue her former bosses basically got her laughed out of court, but that doesn’t mean she won’t be appearing in front of a judge in the very near future.

Farrah was arrested last week on battery and trespassing charges after she allegedly assaulted a male staff member at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

She’ll probably get off with a slap on the wrist, but she spent the night in jail, and footage of Farrah telling a bunch of cops to go f–k themselves probably won’t do any wonders for her image.

Needless to say, life hasn’t been terrible kind to Farrah in the months since she caught the ax from MTV.

And yet, she still maintains that life is better without the burden of reality TV stardom.

Farrah opened up about her time on TMOG in a recent interview — and she wasn’t exactly overflowing with effusive praise for the show:

“I was thinking what am I doing? for the last two seasons of Teen Mom. Like why am I here?” she said.

“I felt like they were sabotaging my real life with fake scenes. It was 75 percent fake. I had them put me in bad situations and I had to sign myself out of them.”

Yes, Farrah claims a full three quarters of what you see on the screen is BS.

And why did she tolerate such a fraudulent representation of her life for so long?

Well, apparently you can chalk it up to a condition known as “newbie syndrome.”

“I do not spend my energy on any of that although I did suffer from ‘newbie syndrome’ when I was first on the show,” Abraham said in this week’s interview.

And naturally, she took a little time to throw shade at her co-stars.

“But I learned early on growing up in real life that you might be pretty and talented and not everybody is as self-confident as you and it creates jealousy and I have had that working with various co-stars over the years,” Abraham said.

We’re sure she’ll be missed at this year’s Christmas party.

Watch Teen Mom OG online to relive Farrah’s truly bonkers time on the show.


Josh Duggar: Using Fake Names to Scam Fans Out of Money?!

Back in 2015, news of the Josh Duggar sex scandals shook fans to their core and threatened to bring an end to the Duggar family’s media empire.

Remarkably, three years later, life has pretty much returned to normal for the Duggars — with the notable exception of Josh, of course.

While his parents and siblings made a rather smooth transition back to the spotlight, Josh remains exiled from both fans and his family.

Currently, Josh works on a used car lot owned by his father, and he lives several miles away from the neighborhood in Tontitown, Arkansas that most of them call home.

Of course, the clearest indicator of the rift between the former lobbyist and the rest of his family might be that Josh no longer worships at the Duggar family church.

Josh is reportedly in dire financial straits, as he attempts to raise five children on a car lot attendant’s salary and with little financial help from his wealthy family.

But that’s just one of the reasons that fans are wary of Josh’s latest “fundraising” efforts.

Josh returned to Facebook this week with little fanfare, and he’s apparently on a mission.

Thus far, Josh’s activity on the site has been extremely limited:

As In Touch Weekly points out, he changed his profile picture to a photo of his son Matthew — and he announced that he’ll be raising money for two family friends who were involved in a car accident.

Of course, this is Josh Duggar we’re talking about, so it wasn’t long before fans noticed something deeply suspicious about his philanthropic efforts.

As one Facebook user quickly pointed out, the fundraiser that Josh is encouraging fans to contribute to was apparently started by someone named Janie Williams.

The only problem there is the fact that Janie doesn’t appear to be a real person.

“Both names are listed on the GoFundMe as running the campaign,” the fan wrote on Facebook. 

“When I click on Janie’s name, it led me to Josh’s profile,” she continued.

“I can see Josh using the common [names] Janie/Joe and common last [names] Williams/Smith to try [and] hide. I [don’t see] a Janie Williams listed as a friend on Josh’s page.”

Yes, it appears that Josh has constructed yet another alias for himself.

In the past, he’s been caught using the name Joe Smithson on social media.

And of course, there was the fake Ashley Madison profile that Josh used to try and cheat on his wife.

So what exactly is going on here?

Well, it’s tough to say, but the Duggars have a long history of begging fans for money under suspicious pretenses.

Now, it looks like Josh is attempting to supplement his meager income with a little light fraud.

All in a day’s work for one of the shadiest figures west of the Mississippi.

Watch Counting On online for more on reality TV’s most controversial family.


Christina Aguilera SLAMS The Voice: It Was Like a Prison! It Was SO Fake!

As fans have seen recently with Christina Aguilera’s stunning bare-faced photo, she is updating her image and stripping away everything that she considers “fake.”

Now she’s telling the world exactly how she feels about her time as a judge on The Voice.

And she is not holding back.

In her interview with Billboard, Christina Aguilera says that being on The Voice felt like a prison.

She describes the experience and the show as an “energy sucker,” and compares churning out episodes to running a “hamster wheel.”

Speaking of that time, she says:

“I was longing for freedom.”

She had a self-care routine when she would get home from the set.

“I would just take everything off — the makeup, all of it — and would blast hip-hop, or Nirvana, ‘Creep,’ Slayer.”

So … rebellious music for old people.

“Anything like that to get me out of that zone, that TV mode.”

Christina says that one of the things that she did not enjoy was the limitations forced upon her.

“I didn’t get into this business to be a television show host and to be given all these [rules].”

Some people find comfort in the clarity that rules provide. Christina is not one of those people.

“Especially as a female: You can’t wear this, can’t say that. I would find myself on that show desperately trying to express myself through clothing or makeup or hair.”

Sometimes, little acts of rebellion go a long way.

“It was my only kind of outlet.”

Hey, whatever works.

She says that her experience on The Voice got worse as time went on.

“It became something that I didn’t feel was what I had signed up for in Season 1.”

Sometimes, shows change.

(And it probably didn’t help that her $ 17 million starting salary got cut down to a paltry $ 12.5 million)

“You realize it’s not about music.”

Well, if it were about the music and not about making a show, then it probably wouldn’t be on television.

“It’s about making good TV moments and massaging a story.”


Christina talks about her own upcoming album, Liberation.

“To me, there’s nothing like an amazing hip-hop beat.”

And she’s not just saying that because hip-hop has really climbed up on the charts since her personal musical heyday.

“At the end of the day, I am a soul singer.”


“When you strip back the words ‘pop star’ and the many things that I’ve done, singing soulfully is where my core, my root and my heart really is.”

Well, some people strongly prefer pop stars. But Christina is her own person and can make whatever kind of music she likes.

“And as you can see, it’s what I’m inspired by.”

She does admit that she finds touring a little daunting.

“Touring is so frightening to me, because I am a mom first. It’s part of why I stayed in the position I was [at The Voice].”

So she’s leaving her comfort zone for her art.

“It’s easy to get comfortable and cushy in the same place and not have to worry about uprooting your kids. I’ve been putting myself on the back burner.”

Plenty of people would have been happy to do The Voice for decades if given the option. But Christina is an artist.

“It needs to happen. I’m looking forward to getting back out and actually showing my kids what Mommy really does!”

That’s so exciting!