Kendall Jenner took the stand in a courtroom in Los Angeles yesterday, where she testified as a key witness against her alleged stalker. The model recounted the scary experience, when Shavaughn McKenzie followed her through the front gates of her home on the night of August 14.“I’ve never been so scared in my life,” Jenner said in court, as TMZ reports. McKenzie’s lawyer blames the incident on a severe mental disorder and said he just wanted to talk to Kendall, but if McKenzie is convicted on either charge of stalking or trespassing he could face up to six months in jail.
And a trailer for the latest Law and Order SVU episode brings up the question of what happens when a controversial multimillionaire presidential candidate’s campaign is rocked by scandal when women start coming out of the woodwork to make damaging accusations against him. Wait, that sounds familiar… Yes, it seems that Gary Cole plays the role of a Trump-like candidate in this trailer for an upcoming SVU episode. See the trailer below – does it remind you of anyone?
I’ll admit I’m a bit jealous of how much Chris Rock is going to make from this Netflix deal. The comedian has signed a contract with Netflix to release two stand-up specials for a record-breaking $40 million. It’s been eight years since Chris Rock last performed in a TV stand-up comedy special, but it seems that Netflix made an offer that he just couldn’t refuse.