Disney Star Adam Hicks Allegedly Caught on Video Committing Armed Robbery

TMZ has obtained video … allegedly showing Disney star Adam Hicks committing armed robbery, casually strolling to his getaway vehicle and driving away. TMZ broke the story … Hicks, who starred in “Zeke and Luther,” “Pair of Kings,” and…


Jackson Roloff Just Said His First Word… And We Have It On Video!

Jackson Roloff is back with another milestone.

Mere days after the eight-month old showed off his first tooth on Instagram, the adorable Little People, Big World cast member now has something else to brag about.

In fact, the adorable Little People, Big World cast member now has something else to say.

Yes, we wrote say.

As further proof that Jackson is growing up way too quickly, Zach Roloff has shared a video on social media of his first child saying his first word.

And you’ll understand why Zach is especially proud of this utterance after you learn exactly what it is.

Click PLAY on the following piece of footage to find out for yourself:

“Excuse me! Jackson has something to say,” an excited Zach wrote as a caption to the video.

It’s quite precious, isn’t it?

Doctors have explained that kids do often make the sound of “Dada” very early on in life, before they really know what it means.

But it sure does appear as if Jackson is well aware that he isn’t just saying “Dada” for no reason in this video… he’s actually addressing his Dada!

Over the past several months, Tori and Zach have done an outstanding job of keeping followers updated when it comes to their baby.

Just over a week ago, for example, Tori posted a picture of Jackson upon his eight month birthday, telling fans that he has four teeth and can sit up on his own for 20 seconds.

Here’s a look at what else he can now do…

Prior to giving birth to Jackson, Tori Roloff was not a major social media user.

But she simply can’t help herself these days.

She just has so many amazing things to say about motherhood and her son.

“I have such FOMO when it comes to this kid,” Tori recently wrote, for instance, elaborating as follows:

“I am so obsessed with every move he makes. His little fingers. His coos. And I can’t even with his gummy two tooth smile…

“He literally breaks my heart (in a good way) every time he moves. I love being this kids mom.”

How sweet, right?

On a recent episode of their vlog, Z and T Party of Three, Zach opened up about raising a child with achondroplasia, which is the same form of dwarfism he also has.

“Baby Jackson came in as [a little person] – just like me,” said the TLC star.

“Yeah, we’re super excited for it, though. We’ll hope to just give him a healthy, happy life and support him in every way.

“He can experience as much of the world as Tori and me [sic] have been able to and hopefully much more!”


Check out these delectable photos of Jackson below and prepare to swoon!


Logan Paul Tries to Make Amends with Suicide Prevention Video

Logan Paul has returned to YouTube with his first video since being publicly reprimanded for basically being an insensitive A-Hole earlier this year.

In late December, the viral sensation shared lengthy footage of his trip to Japan, specifically honing in on the dead body of a man found hanging from a tree in the woods.

Paul and his friends cracked wise about their finding and made fun of the dead.

He proceeded to apologize on multiple occasions for the footage, but never sounded especially sincere in doing so.

Will this latest effort help Paul make amends?

Titled “Suicide: Be Here Tomorrow,” the new seven-minute clip depicts the 22-year old Internet personality talking with suicide survivor Kevin Hines, Alo House Recovery Centers founder Bob Forrest and National Suicide Prevention Hotline director Dr. John Draper.

He says his goal is to educate himself on the topic and to better understand why about 800,000 people take their own lives each year.

“I know I’ve made mistakes. I know I’ve let people down. But what happens when you’re given an opportunity to help make a difference in the world?” Paul says in the video, adding:

“It’s time to learn from the past as I get better and grow as a human being.

"I’m here to have a hard conversation as those who are suffering can have easier ones."

Will critics buy this?

Or will they just view it as a cynical attempt to win back fans?

Paul has 16 million YouTube followers. He makes millions per year off his videos.

In the following footage, he runs down five steps to assist someone who is considering suicide. They are:

  1. Ask.
  2. Listen.
  3. Support.
  4. Help them connect.
  5. Check in on them.

He also pledges to donate $ 1 million to “various suicide prevention organizations, with the first $ 250,000 going straight to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

It's a start, right?

Paul says he never meant to create a stir with his controversial video, but that he doesn't know anyone personally who has committed suicide.

"That was part of the problem was just my ignorance on the subject,” he explains below. “While I’m not able to solve the problem by myself, I want to be part of the solution.

Back on December 31, Paul uploaded footage that feature the corpse of a man who appeared to have hanged himself from a tree in Aokigahara, which is commonly referred to as Japan’s “suicide forest."

About 10 days later, YouTube removed him from its Google Premium advertising service.

So… is this video a sincere mea culpa on Paul's part?

Or just a way for him to get into YouTube's good graces and maximize his earnings once again?

Watch and decide for yourself:

Logan paul tries to make amends with suicide prevention video