A few news items have intrigued / upset me today.
1) Tila Tequila’s fiancee and Johnson & Johnson heiress Casey Johnson was found dead this morning at 30 years old. While this woman only hit my radar when she and Tila announced their “engagement”, I looked at some recent pictures of her today and she looks like a trainwreck. The cause of death at this time is unknown.
The late Miss Johnson was 30 years old. Her father is Woody Johnson – owner of the NFL’s New York Jets. Johnson had a history with the law, arrested as recently as November for grand theft — the alleged victim was a former girlfriend.
Johnson was engaged to Tila Tequila. Tila said they were fighting last week and that Casey stayed at Tila’s house on the 28th. Tila tried contacting Casey on the 29th because Casey had left her dogs behind. Tila says Casey’s phone has been shut off since the 29th and she was not able to make contact.
Late Monday Tila tweeted the following: “Everyone please pray 4 my Wifey Casey Johnson. She has passed away. Thank u for all ur love and support but I will be offline to be w family”.
This crap makes me want to stop following Tila on twitter… Too much drama.
2) Tiger Woods shirtless on the cover of Vanity Fair…
Why? This will be a big seller for VF, or an absolute bomb… I vote for bomb.
3) Octomom’s doctor to have license revoked.
All I can say about this is that it was about 13 kids too late!
If you recall, Nadya Denise Doud-Suleman Gutierrez (born Natalie Denise Suleman, July 11, 1975) known as Octomom in the media, is an American woman who came to international attention when she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, bringing her total kid intake to 14 children.
Public reaction towards Sulemon turned negative when it was discovered that the single mother already had six other young children at home at the time and was not financially independent. She was unemployed and on public assistance programs at the time she conceived the octuplets and her six older children via (IVF).
Before knowledge of the octuplets became public, Suleman had been living with her six older children and mother in a small three-bedroom house in California. Property records showed the Suleman house in mortgage default, scheduled to be sold at auction in May 2009. Suleman’s parents filed for bankruptcy in 2008, citing nearly $1 million in liabilities.
Suleman’s father, 67-year-old Edward Doud Suleman, identifies himself as a former Iragi military man and says he is returning to his native Iraq as a translator and a driver in order to financially support his daughter and her fourteen children. Suleman’s mother, 69-year-old Angela Victoria Suleman, a retired teacher, has helped to look after the first six children. She has indicated that she is overwhelmed looking after them, and has been critical of her daughter in her earlier public statements.