Looks like there is more craziness going on at A&E’s Storage Wars, following the Dave Hester lawsuit back in December, and more recently, the death of Mark Balelo. What’s going on now? Rumor has it that three of the show’s main cast members have been dropped from many of the season’s upcoming episodes!
The Robertson’s went to Hawaii on the season three finale of Duck Dynasty, which aired on A&E Apr. 24. And boy was it ever a hit in the ratings! The show broke the ratings record scoring 9.6 million viewers on the Wednesday night finale! Keep reading for more details.
Adam Levine, The Voice judge, is known for being a huge whiner. In this months issue of GQ, he said some pretty harsh words about Honey Boo Boo. What will he do next? Were his words crossing the line?
David Hester (Far right) is one disgruntled ex-employee! The cast member of A&E’s Storage Wars is speaking out about the show, claiming that many aspects of the show is fake. He’s filed a suit for wrongful termination, breach of contract and unfair business practices. This marks the second headline for the A&E reality show, after one of their cast members fell victim to a pornography scandal. So how fake is Storage Wars? Read on to see!
Brandi Passante, a frequent buyer on Storage Wars, has become the latest victim of a porn scandal. Last month pornographic pictures and video surfaced on “Anyone Up” of Brandi, and when users clicked on the video, a virus was immediately downloaded to the computer. Brandi denies any involvement in the video, saying that it is fake, and went so far as to file a suit against the publisher of the video.
Last year, Bristol Palin was heckled at a Hollywood restaurant and bar, by a man who then went on to file a defamation lawsuit against the Dancing with the Stars alum, even though he was caught bashing Bristol, and her mom, Sarah Palin. But now, Palin’s attorney announced that the lawsuit has since been tossed out by the judge!
Dog The Bounty Hunter may have gotten canned from A&E recently, but that will not keep Dog and his family off of our television sets! That’s right, Duane “Dog” Chapman and his family are getting a new show that will be airing on CMT!
His reality show was canceled, but Tony kept teaching. Tony Danza, the star of the short-lived A&E reality series “Teach,” decided to continue teaching even though it wasn’t going to earn him fans or Twitter followers. Say what?! A noble reality show star? What did Tony have to say about the experience?