June 17, 2004 |
Singer Glen Campbell was sentenced to 10 days in jail this week for drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident, Arizona court officials said. Campbell, 68, will be allowed out each day for 12 hours on work furlough. He also was placed on two years' probation and must do 75 hours of community service under the sentence, which begins July 1.
March 26, 2004 |
It's back to jail for two celebrity spouses. Bobby Brown was given 90 days behind bars on Wednesday for failure to pay $60,000 in child support for two children he fathered. Brown, husband of crooner Whitney Houston, had been released from jail in Georgia three days earlier than scheduled on Monday so he could give testimony in Wednesday's paternity hearing in Canton, Mass.
October 21, 2007
THE spectacle that is Fashion Week in L.A. brought eye-popping dance performances, colorful after-parties and a just-gotta-be-me attitude that seemed perfectly at home in this most lawless of fashion cities. Who said it's all about what's on the runway? Certainly not Clint Catalyst, who turned heads with his miniature top hat on opening night at BOXeight downtown. Three days later, Jeff Carillo did the same with his "no-hawk," a 'do that gives new meaning to "receding hairline."
December 22, 2005 |
Bobby Brown scored a season-high 24 points and Jamaal Brown had 19 points and nine rebounds to lead Cal State Fullerton to a 67-59 victory over host San Jose State on Wednesday night. The Titans (5-2) won despite blowing a double-digit lead in the second half for the fourth time in their last five games.
January 25, 2013 |
Almost a year after her daughter Whitney Houston's death, Cissy Houston is opening up about that horrible day and its repercussions. The gospel singer, whose family called the superstar "Nippy," has written a memoir, "Remembering Whitney," and done an interview with Oprah Winfrey set to air Monday on the OWN network. "My son called me and he was screaming, 'Mom, Mommy,' Cissy told Oprah in a snippet hosted by E! News, describing how she found out her daughter had passed on Feb. 11 of last year, the night before the Grammy Awards.
June 6, 1990
Manager Joe Morgan of the Boston Red Sox was suspended Tuesday for three games by American League President Bobby Brown for supporting a brush-back pitch that led to a bench-clearing brawl last weekend in Cleveland. The suspension is to begin tonight with Boston's game against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. Morgan said that he will not appeal. "Appeal? Appeal for what? You lose appeals," Morgan said after Boston beat the Yankees, 9-8, Tuesday night. "I talked to Mr. Brown.
June 7, 1990 |
Boston Red Sox Manager Joe Morgan changed course Wednesday and decided to appeal his three-game suspension, leaving him in the dugout at least until a hearing next week. Morgan managed the Red Sox to a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees Wednesday night at Boston. Morgan can stay with the Red Sox until he meets Tuesday in New York with American League President Bobby Brown.
March 9, 1990 |
Pop singer Bobby Brown and teen phenomenon New Kids on the Block dominate the nominations for the fourth annual Boston Music Awards. Brown and New Kids on the Block received six nominations apiece Thursday for the regional music awards, which will be presented April 19 at the Wang Center for the Performing Arts. Boston native Brown, 20, ex-lead singer of New Edition, was nominated for act of the year, outstanding male vocalist, pop/rock album, pop/rock single, video and R&B act.
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June 22, 1998
Singer Bobby Brown was arrested Sunday on suspicion of misdemeanor sexual battery at the Beverly Hills Hotel, police said. Brown was arrested about 4:15 p.m. on the complaint of a woman--whom police declined to identify--on suspicion of "unlawful touching for the purpose of sexual arousal," said Beverly Hills Police Lt. Joe Lombardi. He was released about four hours later on $2,778 bail pending a July 17 appearance in Beverly Hills Municipal Court.