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Ezra Miller Told Cops They Film Themselves Being Assaulted for ‘NFT Crypto Art.’ OK...

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 12, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 12, 2022 |


Body cam footage from Ezra Miller’s first arrest in Hawaii has been released, and it is exactly as batsh*t as you expect. On top of accusing cops of touching their penis, Miller is asked why they filmed themselves allegedly spitting on and attacking a victim. Their response: “I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.” Oh, well, in that case… (TMZ)

Jennifer Lopez, who is always hustling, will produce and star in a series adaptation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. (Lainey Gossip)

Kim Kardashian claims Kanye once compared her style to Marge Simpson, and said her career was over. My dude, I distinctly remember the outfit you picked out while she was pregnant that made her look like a leather bottle of mustard. In the words of another Simpson, get bent. (Dlisted)

Did Prince William and Kate Middleton hate each other? Is that the message I’m supposed to be getting here because I can see it. (Celebitchy)

In the newest issue of her newsletter, The Gossip Reading Club, Kayleigh looks into an infamously homophobic 1997 Esquire profile of Kevin Spacey and the perils of talking about Kevin Spacey as a whole in 2022. (Gossip Reading Club)

From Jen: Science is cool. (AP News)

As the crypto market crashes, Matt Damon is getting roasted for his Bitcoin commercial again, as he should. (Mediaite)

And because she deserves two plugs, Kayleigh turned up on the Team Tequila Talks podcast to chat about celebrities, the royals, the Met Gala & booze! (YouTube)

The first reviews for Top Gun: Maverick seem a little too ecstatic, but who knows, maybe the movie really does slap despite starring a psychotic Space Jesus who thinks alien ghosts cause depression. (Uproxx)

Christopher Walken will play Emperor Shaddam in Dune: Part Two. (Deadline)

Ewan McGregor is loving that the Star Wars prequels are finally getting some love after years of being crapped on by critics. (io9)

The kids of Oath Keepers boss Stewart Rhodes are speaking out about how they lived in fear of him, and yup, all of this tracks. (Daily Beast)

America in the 1950s is often presented as a period of ease and prosperity, but what if we looked at that time through the eyes of a young Chinese-American woman who might be gay? Join Cannonball Read next Friday and Saturday (May 20 & 21) to discuss Malinda Lo’s The Last Night at the Telegraph Club. Have you read this award-winning coming-of-age novel? Everyone’s welcome to join in the conversation and help Cannonball Read in their cancer fundraising mission. (Cannonball Read 14)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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