John Travolta’s 16-year-old son Jett — the one named for the actor’s love of flying, and the one who may or may not have been autistic — has died in a most curious-sounding accident, reportedly after striking his head on a bathtub, possibly after a seizure. An all-around tragedy, to be certain, but the tabloids will have a month-long field day with this one, particularly if they can figure out a way to link to the mystery surrounding Jett’s diagnosis to this mishap — an easy series of dots to connect for the checkout lane set.
It’s Kate Bosworth’s 26th birthday today, and she gifted fans with some sheer-top and pantyhose photos, part of a cover spread for the UK’s Tank magazine by Todd Cole. Wow, thanks Kate. Umm… I forgot to get you anything, actually. Sorry. Tell you what, though — send me the top and I’ll pose in it myself, too.
For more photos, click here, or traffic Tank‘s curiously link-free web page, if you must.
Who says criminal pranksters aren’t foreign film fans? The folks who stole a $10,000 copper statue from the Florida estate of super-scamming douchebag extraordinaire Bernard Madoff were seemingly inspired by a 2005 German movie, it turns out. The Edukators focused on three leftist radicals who break into homes of the wealthy, not to steal but to rearrange furniture as an anti-capitalist statement and leave behind menacing notes; Madoff’s objet d’art was found in bushes Wednesday
behind the Palm Beach Country Club with a note signed by “the
educators,” and warning Madoff to “return stolen property to rightful
owners.” Err, as they did?