“Paul Walker — best known for his role in “The Fast and the Furious” movies — died Saturday afternoon after a single-car accident and explosion in Southern California … TMZ has learned.
The accident happened in Santa Clarita — north of Los Angeles — and according to multiple sources connected to Paul … the actor was in a Porsche when the driver somehow lost control and slammed into a post or a tree … and then the car burst into flames.
Several of our sources — some who are still at the scene of the accident — tell us Paul and another person in the car were killed. Law enforcement is still on the scene, and we’re told the L.A. County Coroner’s Office is on the way.”
TMZ came out with a pretty crazy story about Casey Anthony. Check it:
Nobody wants to pay for a Casey Anthony interview … but there IS someone who’s offered to pay $10,000 in order to keep the alleged child murderer SILENT for the rest of her life … TMZ has learned.
According to new court documents filed in Anthony’s bankruptcy case, Casey’s camp has received a $10k offer from a man hoping to obtain exclusive rights to Casey’s life story.
But the buyer doesn’t want to make a movie, put her on TV or write a book — the docs explain his sole motivation is to “prevent Ms. Anthony or others from publishing or profiting from her story in the future.”
The man seeking to purchase the rights is James M. Schober — and as far as we can tell, he’s just a random guy with no ties to Anthony or her family.
The trustee handling the bankruptcy case has been tasked with identifying anything of value that can be used to pay back the $800k Casey owes her creditors.
As far as we can see, there’s no way the judge will green-light Schober’s plan. First, even Casey doesn’t have the exclusive right to her story — someone could write an unauthorized biography. Besides that … there’s no way a judge would force the sale of thoughts in Casey’s head.
It’s very weird … but the bankruptcy trustee is totally into selling Casey’s story, because he’s asking the court if he can create a bidding war.
So get this. TMZ and ABC News reported not too long ago that the Miss Teen Delaware contestant, Melissa King, tried to deny that it was originally her in the video. GDP (GirlsDoPorn.com) came back saying that it was truly King by showing a clip of her reading her contract which during, she used her full name. Not only that, but GDP claims that they didn’t even have to reach out to her, Melissa came to them! King was paid $1,500 for her one time act and even agreed to do it again, but GDP graciously refused her offer. So now on top of being disqualified from the pageant, the truth has also come out.
GDP stated that they immediately had to boost their server because her video was in such high demand when all of this came out. Do you think this will ultimately be a good thing or a bad thing for the former pageant contestant? Follow Up From Previous Article (Miss Teen Delaware Offered $250,000…)
Miss Teen Delaware reportedly was offered $250,000 for a porn contract. Melissa King, of Delaware, obviously, had to resign from the Pageant after judges found out she made a porno after her 18th birthday. TMZ reports:
Now, porn giant YouPorn.com wants to compensate her for the unfortunate situation — offering to crown King the first ever “Miss YouPorn” and pay her $250,000 to tour the world promoting the website.
Funny enough, YouPorn’s offer — which was submitted to King yesterday — doesn’t mention having sex on camera in exchange for the fee. Not a bad deal.
Could you imagine the judge that discovered it? “So, I was searching the internet last night, and uh, well, I came across this one site and… Well you know Miss Delaware? … uh..” Haha!
Psht! If I was her, I’d take $250,000 to travel the national and talk about porn!