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Stone Temple Pilots Lead Singer Scott Weiland Found Dead
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According to the musican's manager, the Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver lead singer died in his sleep on Thursday while on tour with his current band, The Wildabouts. Weiland was 48. (via: NYT)
Read Stoya's First Interview Since Accusing Porn Star James Deen Of Rape
In a tweet sent out last weekend, writer/adult actress Stoya accused fellow porn star and ex-boyfriend James Deen of rape. Following her admission, nine other porn stars came forward with allegations of assault, Deen has since denied involvement in all.
A Guardian piece published today focuses on rape culture in the porn industry, and features interviews with Syndey Leathers, Arabelle Raphael and Stoya, who candidly discussed her decision to come forward. Stoya tells Melissa Gira Grant that the bombshell tweet came after filming a scene in a "narrative, non-porn film", in which she plays the role of a woman who was raped by someone she knew. Via The Guardian:
“I couldn’t bear the thought any more,” Stoya said, “that there might be something terrible happening to yet another woman at his hands, or more likely, at his cock, that she didn’t want, because I kept quiet. I just … I couldn’t, I couldn’t.”
It’s not just a porn problem," Stoya noted. "It’s not just an entertainment problem. It’s easy to look at Bill Cosby and think ‘Oh, he had access.’ No. It happens fucking everywhere."
Stoya also clarifies her decision to speak out via Twitter, pointing out the problematic #Realtionshipgoals hashtag praising her relationship with Deen.
“Because that’s where the record needed to be updated.” On Twitter and on Tumblr, she would still see posts from fans: “James and Stoya #relationshipgoals! That frightens me. That’s also something I don’t have any more control over than I have over what happened after I posted that tweet.”
An 8th Grader Faces Juvenile Charges Of Making A Terrorist Threat On Instagram
An unidentified Dallas teen faces a third-degree felony charge of making a terroristic threat after posting a disturbing image of a gun-wielding man to Instagram in order to rack up Instagram followers. Full stop.
According to DISD Police Chief Craig Miller, the teen's Instagram image included the caption "this is no joke" alluding to a school shooting. In a statement, Miller said the teen told police that she posted the image to see "how many Instagram followers she could get." If convicted, she faces anywhere between 2 to 10 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000. (via: Dallas News)
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