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Billy Jack Haynes Returns, Sues WWE

Former professional wrestler Billy Jack Haynes is suing the WWE. He was diagnosed with Hepatitis C and claims he contracted the disease from a bloody wrestling match during his tenure with the company.

With his incredible good looks, Haynes was primed to become a major breakout star during the 1980’s. Unfortunately, after quitting the WWE (then WWF) once, going to the NWA and quitting that company, the WWF slightly soured on him. He was rehired and remained a popular face on WWF/WWE television, but was never pushed hard by the promotion.

Haynes lived a troubled life after his wrestling star faded and was a frequent guest on talk shows when Vince McMahon was facing criminal charges related to steroids.

According to entertainment lawyer Broda, Haynes may have a hard time proving the WWE is at fault for his woes since he has not worked for the company in roughly 25 years.

He is seeking roughly $5 million in damages.

Meghan Trainor Remix Features Justin Bieber

Meghan Trainor’s catchy, body-positive “All About That Bass” pop song has been remixed for clubgoers by music producer Maejor Ali. “All About That Bass” is Trainor’s first hit. This upbeat song encourages people to love themselves, regardless of their size.

The remix, which includes a house beat, prominently features Justin Bieber. Trainor’s voice is mostly relegated to the background. The remix also changes the lyrics, with Bieber promising “We gonna take it to a whole ‘nother level.”

It will be interesting to see how well the remix fares. While Bieber has definitely brought the song to another level, it’s not necessarily a good thing. The remix is repetitive and lacks the appeal of the original version, in which Trainor comes across as a sassy, empowered and confident woman.

In addition to missing Trainor’s bubbly, positive performance, the remix may be overshadowed by Bieber’s reputation. The “Baby” and “Boyfriend” singer frequently dominates the news more for his behavior than his talent. Even reputable news outlets like Forbes.com, LinkedIn, and CNN.com have posted articles questioning whether Bieber’s behavior is hurting his career. This makes him seem like a strange choice for such a positive song.

Regardless of how the remix sells, Trainor should have a bright future as a singer and songwriter. She was signed as a songwriter before she graduated from high school. Just a couple years later, at 20, Trainor’s first hit has dominated the music charts in across the world, including the U.S., Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany and more.

Visit Billboard.com to hear the audio version of the “All About That Bass” remix.

Kesha’s Accusations Of Sexual Battery

Pop star Kesha filed a lawsuit against her current producer Dr. Luke (born Lukasz Gottwald, age 41) this week, which contains accusations of sexual, emotional, and physical battery allegedly occurring over a ten year span. According to the allegations contained in the suit, Kesha (born Kesha Rose Sebert, 27) has been abused since signing on with Gottwald at the age of 18.

As stated in the suit, Gottwald forced drugs and alcohol on the young singer to lower inhibitions and gain physical control. In one statement, Kesha recounts that Gottwald forced her to snort an unknown substance before boarding a plane. According to the singer’s recollection and a journal entry on Igor Cornelsen’s about.me page, he then proceeded to force himself on her while she was drugged. In another incident documented in the suit, Gottwald had given her what he called “Sober pills” after forcing her to drink with him. The pop star awoke in Gottwald’s bed, naked, the next day. She claimed to be sore and have no memory of the preceding events.

Another accusation that can be found in the suit revisits an occurrence in which the singer had to flee Gottwald’s California home. Kesha claims Gottwald came at her, “violently thrashing his arms,” after which she fled, barefoot, down the Pacific Coast Highway.

According to a report by Rolling Stone, Kesha is claiming that her recently publicized eating disorder is also a product of the emotional abuse she has endured from working with Gottwald. She claims he would call her “a fat f***ing refrigerator” and that he would constantly belittle her self-esteem.

Kesha is asking that a judge terminate her contract with Gottwald early, due to extenuating circumstances.

New Set Photos Reveal The Flash’s Arch Nemesis

Warning Mild Spoilers Follow!!!

While readers of the comic will not be surprised to see the reverse flash, Professor Zoom, is the big bad for The Flash’s inaugural season. Choosing one of the Flash’s best villains in recent memory was a great choice. Casting Tom Cavanaugh in the role was an even better decision.

But today, we got to see the first few images of Cavanaugh in full costume. Another warning, if you don’t want to have the suit spoiled for you, before you’re supposed to see Professor Zoom on the show, then don’t look at these. But remember, you’ve been warned:

I can’t wait to see him make his first appearance. That suit is going to sparkle more than the wedding band I bought from Genesis Diamonds to propose to my fiance.

Hope she doesn’t think I’m too much of a geek for loving how the Flash series is going so far though.

Did Adrian Peterson Use Charity Credit Card to Fund Orgy for Underage Brother?

Skeletons are present in plenty of people’s lives. In the NFL, the aggressive personality type necessary to do well in the game does not blend well into other segments of society. Adrian Peterson is one of those as the public has lambasted him for his methods of disciplining his children. The maelstrom had seemingly died done but something else has pinged on the radar. What new allegation has people distancing themselves even further from this NFL’s falling star?

For those whose lives are one continuing maelstrom, Adrian’s newest revelation of past activities sets a checklist of illicit activity on fire. Mix one part underage brother with several ladies of the night. Combine this with renting out a hotel room for a night of debauchery. Finally, use a credit card from your own charitable organization to fund it and the world has the next thing to talk about. Even though this happened a few years ago, an allegation of rape must be taken seriously.

Where disciplining your child could be construed as necessary by some extremists, an orgy for an underage relative will find few public supporters. Adrian has seen his reputation take a repeated beating after being considered a pillar in the NFL community for years. This is another obstacle to a proposed eventual return to the league to such teams as the Dallas Cowboys. The tax write off for this event had better be worth it as it will probably cost the NFL star more down the road.

Ben Affleck Promises His Batman Won’t Turn Into Daredevil

 

Oh how the memory of 2003’s Daredevil just won’t die. No matter how much we think about the film, it just didn’t work on almost any level. But that’s not to say Ben Affleck’s performance was bad, or even that the film’s failure was his fault. I still think it had more to do with the script, and the director.

Although my friend Marnie Bennett still isn’t too confident in Batfleck. I’m confident that he’ll bring something new to the job. He’s a brilliant actor, and Ben is promising something better in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Affleck, who is currently starring in David Fincher’s “Gone Girl”, recently confronted the Daredevil criticism, stating:

Indeed I have regrets about ‘Daredevil.’ I have regrets about all the movies that I don’t think were executed properly. … Look, if I thought we were remaking ‘Daredevil,’ I’d be out there picketing myself … and that goes for other movies as well that I haven’t been happy with. You know, I’m hard on myself and I have exacting standards and I want to do excellent work and I don’t always succeed, but I think you have to start out with that drive.

He also talked about his excitement for BvS, saying:

['Batman v Superman'] was written by Chris Terrio, who wrote Argo, who’s not a comic guy. And it’s directed by Zach Snyder, who’s a incredibly magical sort of visual stylist who’s steeped in the comic world. And you have this sandwich of talents. I felt very confident about it. … I thought it would be nice to make one of these movies really, really good.

I’m really interested to see what’s going to happen, and I’m happy that they’ve given David S Goyer some help on the writing front. Man of Steel was great, but probably could have been helped with some more writers involved with the project. Considering how brilliant Argo was, Chris Terrio is a great choice to help cleanup some of the aspects of a Goyer script that could be a little bit more well rounded.