Heather Locklear was arrested back on February 25th following a domestic violence call, and reportedly resisted officers and threatened them.
American actress Heather Locklear has been charged with four counts of battery against a sheriff’s officer, following her arrest for domestic violence last month.
The 56 year old former star of ‘Dynasty’ and ‘Melrose Place’ was arrested back on February 25th for allegedly hitting her boyfriend, with her brother calling 911 to break up a domestic disturbance.
She was arrested on felony domestic violence charges against her current boyfriend Chris Heisser, which have since been dropped, but Locklear is still facing four counts of misdemeanour battery and one count of obstruction for resisting arrest when officers arrived to detain her. She faces up to five years in prison if found guilty.
Her brother called 911 after an altercation between her and her boyfriend.
Heather Locklear was taken into custody over the weekend following a domestic violence incident at her home in Thousand Oaks, California. She was also arrested for battery on a police officer and taken to a medical center before being transferred to Ventura County Jail.
Heather Locklear at the TNT 25th Anniversary party
The 56-year-old 'Melrose Place' star was cuffed and taken to a hospital on Sunday night (February 25th 2018) for psychiatric evaluation after her brother called 911 following his witnessing a fight between her and her boyfriend at their home. According to TMZ, the latter had a visible mark on his person from the altercation.
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The actor has been receiving messages of support on social media, including one from former ‘Spin City’ co-star Heather Locklear.
After his emotional appearance on ‘The Today Show’ Tuesday morning, Charlie Sheen has received messages of support from friends and members of the public after confirming he is HIV-positive. On the program the actor spoke for the first time about his diagnosis and said he now has a responsibility ‘to help a lot of other people’ living with the condition.
Charlie Sheen has received messages of support following his ‘Today Show’ appearance.
During the interview, host Matt Lauer showed Sheen the messages of support he had already received on social media since the sit-down began. 'I'm gonna ride this wave of support and if there was one guy on this planet to contract this that's gonna deliver a cure it's me,’ Sheen said after viewing the messages.
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It’s hard to believe that Megan Fox gave birth to her first child less than three months ago. The actress has been making her return to the red carpet this week and there’s little arguing that she was the main focus of attention as she arrived at the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles for the premiere of This Is 40, in which she stars.
Haphazardly slapped together without an original bone in its anorexic frame, the film stars Brittany Murphy as Molly Gunn, daughter of a late rock icon. Since day one, Molly has been living like a pig in you-know-what off her father's royalties. One day, though, her accountant bolts for South America with all of her savings, forcing our intrepid heroine to climb down from her pedestal and find a paying job.
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Wayne's World 2 opens with our dynamic duo still running their own show, though they've moved from their basement to a warehouse. Good for them, right? But when smarmy record producer Bobby Cahn (Christopher Walken, coasting but still The Man) steps in to make life miserable and steal Wayne's lovely girlfriend Cassandra (Tia Carrere, who still can't act but is still One Hot Tamale), Wayne is told in a vision by Jim Morrison(!) that he should stage a rock concert in Aurora, Illinois. Waynestock, of course. "If you book them, they will come." This will bring Cassandra back and, no doubt, provide a sense of meaning in Wayne's slacker life. Right? Right? Uh... maybe.
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My sentiments exactly, pal. The Federal Reserve couldn't pay you enough to sit through Technicolor gobbledygook like this. Dante has a technical feat on his hand, crafting a vigorous cartoon hybrid that seamlessly merges beloved Warner Bros. animated characters with unlucky C-list actors who apparently made their agents very angry and are being punished.
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A blindly disconcerting fantasy aimed at girls in theirearly teens -- no one else could stomach it -- the movie stars Hilary Duffas Holly, a perky 16-year-old who isn't smart enough to realize that inventinga secret admirer to woo her lonely, romantically desperate mom is not justa gross invasion of privacy, but also downright cruel.
She sends flowers, and exchanges flirtatious emails andinstant messages, toying with her mother's heart. She models the mysteryman after a friend's handsome uncle (even using his picture, thus runningthe risk of Mom awkwardly bumping into the guy) and enlists another friendto call and pretend to be him.
As her scheme spins out of control, she causes $100,000-plusin damage to a friend's restaurant (which would certainly have to closefor repairs) and ruins a perfect stranger's wedding in an insultingly contrivedmisunderstanding. But Holly doesn't learn a single lesson from any of thisand never apologizes -- not even to her mom -- because these terrible blundersthat could destroy people's lives are all supposed to be just oh so adorableand funny.
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The last thing I wrote in my notes at the preview screening of "Uptown Girls" was "could have been worse." I guess that means some part of me was somewhat charmed by this silly, weightless yet self-serious modern fairy tale of a dead rock star's impetuously carefree daughter who must come to terms with the real world when her accountant absconds with her inheritance.
But the contrived story gets by only on the middling magnetism of its stars: Brittany Murphy as flighty, Peter-Pan-syndromed Molly Gunn and 8-year-old Dakota Fanning as Ray, an uptight little rich girl who slowly loosens up when Molly takes a job as her nanny.
As they learn neatly packaged life lessons from each other and grow into more well-round people, the laughs are often predicated on either Murphy's pratfalls (beautiful actresses playing clumsy is Hollywood's idea of making them seem "common") or the cuteness quotient of a pretty blonde child wearing Chanel, listening to Mozart, acting snooty and speaking in multi-syllabic words she can hardly wrap her mouth around.
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