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According to TMZ, the troubled actor was taken into custody today in L.A. after turning himself in. Last month, Columbus was wanted by the courts after failing to appear for his domestic violence case involving his estranged wife Tanee and his bail was set at $40K.
Then earlier this week, he skipped out on another court hearing (handled by the same judge) for the same charge. So the judge upped his bail to $500K.
And there’s more…
The “Gave Ya” singer was also scheduled to appear in court earlier today for a criminal case involving one of his infamous bar fights. But of course, he wasn’t present for it because he was already behind bars. That judge issued a $250K bail.
Before turning himself in, a fan encouraged him to get it over with in which he responded:
Actress Kimberly Elise is all about not eating meat, dairy or seafood. And to prove it, she puts her toned physique on display in a brand-new ad for PETA. Peep the editorial and find out why Kimberly decided to go vegan 15 years ago inside…
“Hit the Floor” actress Kimberly Elise has been an advocate for veganism for the last 15 years. And in a brand-new ad for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) she shows off her toned body she proudly credits to not eating meat.
Shot by celebrity photographer team JSquared, the 47-year-old For Colored Girls actress strips down to a pink sports bra and black spandex pants as she clutches a tomato and a handful of carrots for the "I Am Kimberly Elise, and I Am a Vegan,” campaign shot. Putting her toned abs on full display, the fab actress encourages others to start trying vegan meals.
In a video interview (which you can check out here) with PETA, Kimberly reveals why she decided to become a vegetarian (and soon after going vegan) 15 years ago. She explained,
"[A]s I learned more about the abuses to animals and the way meat was brought to the table and everything that these creatures were going through," she says, "it was just another motivation and reason for me to live the lifestyle that felt true to my soul and my spirit."
The health conscious actress credits veganism for her extra energy, youthful look and the detailed the many benefits from eating a non-meat diet.
"My energy is fantastic. It's helped me stay youthful-looking and [have a] certain energy and vibrance that you get when you're eating food that's fresh from the earth."
Kimberly is currently filming for a starring role in a new movie titled, Back To School Mom. The flick follows the story of a 41-year-old woman who goes back to college to finish up her last year of school. While there, she becomes good friends with a classmate, who turns out to be the son she gave up 20 years earlier. Loretta Devine, Garcelle Beauvais and Rick Fox are also starring in the film, slated to be released in 2015.
CNN anchor Don Lemon got his life handed to him when Talib Kweli confronted him about inaccurate mainstream media coverage. Watch the confrontation unfold inside and hear the rapper describe his chilling encounter with the police during the protests. Also, Attorney General Eric Holder arrived in Ferguson, MO yesterday where he met with the parents of Michael Brown. More inside...
Earlier today, CNN anchor Don Lemon and Talib Kweli engaged in a heated debate about mainstream media coverage of the Ferguson protests. While Talib REALLY hands Don Lemon his a$$ during the confrontation, the anchor is able to defend the network and give us all (false?) hope that they are really trying to give an accurate picture of what's happening on the ground!
The funniest part was when Talib accused Don of throwing shade by not even realy knowing his name...and not acknowledging him until the cameras started rolling. Classic.
In another highly charged cable tv appearance, Talib Kweli gave a harrowing account of the antagonistic actions of the police towards himself and other protestors which he says included having guns pointing in his face and throat, being threatened with physical violence and verbal abuse.
“I was told that I was going to have my head blown off, I had guns pointed in my face, I was put on the ground,” he says. “I was there to show people that there was no looting. There was women and children out there protesting peacefully and the police acted aggressively.”
For another perspective on the protests, rapper Killer Mike told CC: “No one could go to bed comfortable that a child had been shot up to or more than six times in a defensive position.”
In other protest updates....
As we informed you earlier this week, President Obama and the Department of Justice have opened an independent investigation into the killing of Michael Brown and Attorney General Eric Holder landed in Ferguson, MO yesterday. During a press conference held today, he spoke about his trip to Ferguson which included a meeting with the parents of Michael Brown....
While in Ferguson, Attorney General Eric Holder also attended a meeting organized by the Community Relations Service (CRS) that included over 50 members of the Ferguson community. He assured the group that he had assigned the Justice Department's "most experienced agents and prosecutors" to the investigation of the shooting of Michael Brown.
AG Holder later met with Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson (photo above), who's been assigned the task of coordinating law enforcement agencies, where he was told things were "getting better" (according to a DOJ press release).