The Mother Daughter porn duo, The Sexxxtons, visited the Howard Stern Show recently to promote their adult film career. During 2012, Jessica who is 56, and her 22 year old daughter Monica have been filming pornos with each other and non related actors for their website.
The Sexxxtons, who like many in adult film business wish not use their real names, say that even though they will have sex with same actor during a scene, they still refuse have any contact with each other.
After deliberating for just 3 hours, jurors in the defamation trial found Bubba the Love Sponge Clem not guilty on all counts. Last week the judge had thrown out five charges against Bubba in the lawsuit.
After the verdict, MJ’s attorneys quickly left the courtroom. MJ had nothing left to say as he exited while his wife Michelle appeared to have been crying.
“We believe in the juror system, and we’re disappointed,” said Jonathon Ellis, one of MJ’s attorneys.
Across the courtroom, Bubba the Love Sponge’s team exchanged hugs, patted each other on the back and posed for a pictures.
“If you can’t take the heat, then get the hell out of the kitchen,” Clem said after the courtroom cleared.
The judge, so far, hasn’t granted anyone a mistrial.
So as the lawsuit and craziness continues Howard Stern’s decided to voice his support for Bubba:
“I have gone online and read about it,” said Stern. “But I don’t even understand what I’m reading. It seems like one DJ’s upset because Bubba made fun of him but I didn’t hear the broadcast, it sounds like a lot of nonsense. It sounds like a free speech issue. I’m biased towards Bubba. He’s a friend of mine. I like him very much.
I don’t know this other DJ, but things can get heated in these radio wars. It’s sort of not a big deal. I think it sounds like the type of thing that on free speech you can get away with and I think Bubba will be OK and I’m hoping Bubba comes out all right. I’m a Bubba guy. So what am I supposed to do?”
Starting this spring, SiriusXM subscribers will be able to listen to Comedy Central’s broad library of stand up comedy and other comedy recordings.
Comedy Central and SiriusXM Radio announced this morning that they will start streaming a 24 hour channel that will draw from thousands of hours of stand up comedy from Comedy Central produced TV shows and audio recordings, such as Premium Blend and Comedy Central Presents.
No word yet on whether more high-profile Comedy Central talent, such as Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, will have a presence on the channel.
In a press release, Comedy Central announced that the new channel will include “new performances, behind-the-scenes and backstage broadcasts from Comedy Central events,” as well as broadcasts from comedy clubs, and blocs of programming that use popular comedians as “guest DJs.”
Tampa radio broadcaster MJ Schnitt is suing Bubba The Love Sponge for using offensive language against him and his wife.
The trial that has seen bad-mouthing, radio parodies, and even having the Florida state attorney taking the stand, has now taken legal twist.
Bubba says attorney Phil Campbell, who is currently representing MJ in the lawsuit, was once his attorney during the pig-slaughter trail. Bubba says Campbell could have privileged information about him and may use it:
“I could have a mistrial in 1.5 seconds, can I not?” Clem said. “I would tell the jury, ‘I’m uncomfortable answering your questions Mr. Campbell, because you used to be my attorney.'”
Sharon Osbourne described the blaze on her show The Talk. The Beverly Hills Fire Station responded to the fire at around 5am Thursday morning after Sharon fell asleep before blowing out her lit candles.
Co-host Sheryl Underwood mentioned that she had bought Sharon a candle for Christmas, “I bought you a candle, and I was worried that it was the candle I bought you.”
Turns out it wasn’t Sheryl’s candle which started the fire. Instead the “oily-waxy candle” had been a gift from Americas Judge Howard Stern.
Sharon added that Ozzy had just had an operation on his hand on and had a full cast, yet he tried to use that hand to put out the fire.
“Ozzy’s front of his hair from his ear down is, gone! His eyebrows are gone, he’s got skinned cheeks. We are like two idiots, it was like ‘The Three Stooges.’ Everything you are not meant to do we did.”
On one side, Bubba the Love Sponge, on the other broadcaster Todd M.J Schnitt. It’s a civil defamation case in Tampa putting the two radio personalities against each other.
The civil case goes back five years. Schnitt and his wife are suing Bubba and Cox Radio for very offensive, insulting or fighting words and defamatory statements. Allegedly there were occasions when Bubba said he wanted M.J. dead, they claim, and called Schnitt`s wife a “whore”.
Legally, the lawsuit may be one worth keeping an eye on. It could further define who is a public figure, and influence how much freedom radio broadcasters have when it comes to their speech.
Former WWF Wrestler and Sex Tape Star Hulk Hogan filed another lawsuit today. It alleges medical malpractice against the Tampa Laser Spine Institute claiming he lost more than $50 million that he could have made if it wasnt fo negligent conduct and unnecessary surgical procedures.
According to the press release, the lawsuit suggests that between February 2009 and August 2010, Hogan had many unnecessary surgical procedures that destabilized his already existing back injuries which severely mitigated his entertainment and athletic career.
The Tampa Laser Spine Institute released a statement in response to Hogan`s lawsuit, “Laser Spine Institute acknowledges the filing of the lawsuit. Laser Spine Institute cares about its patients and their outcomes, and is proud to have helped thousands of patients achieve a better quality of life by delivering optimal surgical outcomes. Laser Spine Institute has a unique patient-centric approach that starts with in-depth consultation to determine the best care options for each patient.”
Brent Hatley producer of The Bubba the Love Sponge Show wasn’t too impressed: “Could Hulk Hogan be more litigious? He sure does love to sue. Always with a hand out, never wanting to actually work.”