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On the premiere episode of Lindsay, the docuseries about Lindsay Lohan's struggle to stay sober and sane fresh out of rehab, Linds moves from Los Angeles to New York City in order to be closer to her family and hopefully reboot her career. She's got her work cut out for her. "I used to like her," is the general consensus from strangers interviewed on the street. Yeah, we all used to. Remember The Parent Trap? Mean Girls? And then the DUIs, thefts, more DUIs, car crashes, lying to the police, and solitary confinement? More what Lindsay is known for now. But coming out of rehab for the sixth (that's not a typo) time, Lindsay feels that this could be her last chance to get back some respect. Well, maybe not respect. But something? A paycheck, maybe?
Wealthy couple Bradford and Andra Sachs seemed to have it all. A 9,000 square-foot mansion in Orange County, California. Five children. And, even though they'd divorced 15 years ago, a relationship that stood the test of time, with the couple reconciling and still living together and running several successful businesses. But behind the scenes, darkness was brewing. Their19-year-old son Ashton has been arrested for murdering them, as well as the attempted murder of a sister and brother.
Could Robin Thicke be resigning himself to the reality that estanged wife Paula Patton does not want to save the marriage? After turning his Blurred Lines tour into a virtual campaign to win back his wife, who filed for divorce, Thicke has been quite open about wanting to keep the marriage together. But Paula has been having none of it. So maybe Robin is finally getting the hint because he has finally been photographed without his wedding ring.
Two children were left hallucinating and a pregnant mom was rushed to the hospital for induced labor after an entire family consumed steak from Walmart that was thought to have been laced with LSD. Jessica Rosado bought the round steak for her family at a Tampa Walmart and cooked it in their new home when her boyfriend, Ronnie Morales, 24, started to feel sick. Rosado, 31, who was also nine months pregnant, got together her two children, ages 7 and 6, and rushed him to the hospital. But on the way there, she also started feeling strange. And then soon, her children too were hallucinating.
Don't throw out those fortune cookie lucky numbers, y'all! You never know when they might come in handy. They certainly did for 75-year-old great-grandmother EmmaDuvoll, who stopped into Sammy's Noodle Shop & Grill in Manhattan on her way to visit family upstate. She got the numbers in her dessert fortune cookie and decided, on a whim, to play them in the lottery. Once she reached upstate, she bought a Powerball ticket, and lo (mein) and behold, she won $2 million!