Random Celeb Sightings

Tyra spreading her message of Beauty amidst rumors that she has gotten fat

Queen Latifah at Bb King's Blues club and Grill launching her Covergirl "Queen" Collection

Nicole Ritchie looking fabulous while lunching with on- again BFF Paris
(who is *gasp* actually clothed)

Tony and Eva leaving Koi

I am so not feeling Rachel's 'fit!

Damon and wifey at the premiere of Factory Girl

Who rocked it right

More Lace Front Woes For Bey

Note to Bey: Check yo lacefront before you hit the stage. This is the 3rd time I've seen you looking amiss about the head

Serena Letting Them Negroes Know

Sorry brothas, but Serena ain't got no love for ya'll black asses.
(but Kizz does, come to mama)

Shaq Puts The Deisel Down

Shaquille O'Neal put his police skills to use early Sunday.

O'Neal, the Miami Heat's All-Star center and a reserve officer with the Miami Beach Police Department, followed a driver who allegedly crashed into his Cadillac Escalade and tried to flee the scene, the team said.

O'Neal and bodyguard Jerome Crawford followed the driver for about five minutes. When the driver, identified as 18-year-old Emmnueo Cibrin of Tampa, stopped near a gas station, O'Neal approached the car and summoned a nearby police officer.

Police did not release an incident report Sunday night. Miami-Dade Corrections officials said they had no record of anyone by Cibrin's name being booked on a criminal charge, and it was unclear if he was ticketed for any moving violations.

The incident happened around 4 a.m., shortly after the Heat got home from a Saturday game in Chicago. O'Neal was helping Crawford, a team security official, unload luggage outside Crawford's home in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood when the accident occurred.
O'Neal, through the team, said Sunday night that he followed proper police protocol during the chase, including pursuing at a safe distance and speed. He contacted police officers along the way, he said.

O'Neal was sworn in as a reserve officer in 2005. He has long said he intends to pursue a career in law enforcement when he retires from basketball.


Brandy May Be Charged In Fatal Accident

The California Highway Patrol recommended Monday that actress-singer Brandy be charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in a freeway crash that killed a woman motorist last month.

The CHP referred the matter to the city attorney's office for review and the office is currently reviewing the case and determining whether the evidence warrants the filing of a misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter.

A message seeking comment from Brandy's publicist, Courtney Barnes, was not immediately returned. Earlier this month, Barnes issued a statement saying Brandy "wishes to publicly express her condolences to the family of the deceased."

The charge carries a maximum sentence of one year in county jail and a $1,000 fine.

Prosecutors couldn't say when they would make a decision about whether to bring a case. If charged, Brandy wouldn't necessarily have to appear in court and could have her lawyer enter a plea.

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