John Mayer 'sues Charlie Sheen's friend over fake Rolex and other watches' that cost him $5 million John Mayer is suing a friend of Charlie Sheen's over a fake Rolex watch, TMZ reports. The site reveals that Mayer spent a total $5 million on what he believed to be an authentic Rolex watches from watch dealer Robert Maron. Mayer - who is thought to be a ... 03/19/2014 - 2:23 pm | View Link
Is this the worst bet ever? Watch the gut-churning moment reveller eats urinal cake for £10 However, the man who makes the wager is understandably reluctant to shake hands on it. Before anyone can come to their senses, he swiftly pops it his mouth and frantically chews as a group of fellow revellers watch in stunned disgust. One is heard to say ... 01/9/2014 - 11:30 pm | View Link
Heather Warlick, Staff WriterDavid Brown of Edmond, last season’s runner-up on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser”, encourages Oklahomans to audition for the weight-loss show that he says changed his life completely.
The television show once again will hold auditions in Oklahoma City, seeking contestants for season 16.
By Randy Ellis, Capitol BureauThree bills designed to crack down on human trafficking were unanimously approved by the state House of Representatives on Thursday and are on their way to the governor.
Human trafficking would be added to the list of crimes which require an inmate to serve at least 85 percent of their sentence before becoming eligible for parole under Senate Bill 1433.
Individuals convicted of human trafficking for commercial sex also would be required to register as sex offenders under Senate Bill 1431.
Meanwhile, Senate Bill 1538 would make it easier for a victim of human trafficking to sue the perpetrator by delaying the start of the statute of limitations until the time the victim “discovers or reasonably should have discovered that he or she was a victim” and that the person being sued “was responsible for or profited from human trafficking.”
SB 1433 was authored by state Sens.
From Staff ReportsTwo outdoor Good Friday services are planned for Friday in downtown Oklahoma City.
The annual stations of the cross ecumenical service is set for noon at the Jesus Wept statue across from the Oklahoma City National Memorial, 620 N Harvey.