Friday, February 25, 2011
The Electronic Daisy Carnival music festival will be coming to an unannounced Las Vegas venue in June- the move comes as a direct result of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commissioner's temporarily banning raves after a 15-year-old girl overdosed on Ecstasy during last June's event and died.
Looks like so much fun!
Monday, February 21, 2011
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Grammy winning pop singer and songwriter Bruno Mars plead guilty to Cocaine possession Wednesday in Las Vegas District Court. The singer was arrested at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in September after being detained by hotel security in a mens bathroom where an attendant had reported suspicious activity. He was booked into county jail on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. says the singer was carrying 2.6 grams of cocaine.
Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, was placed on one year of informal probation. He must pay a $2,000 fine, perform 200 hours of community service, attend drug counseling and stay out of trouble.
"Just The Way You Are," the lead single off his debut album, "Doo Wops and Hooligans," was named the winner in the Best Male Pop Vocal category at the Grammys last week. Mars prevailed over Michael Buble, John Mayer, Adam Lambert and the late Michael Jackson to win the Grammy.
The moral of this story and all of the previous celebrity arrest reports is ; If you want to get high in Vegas, do it in your room! If you get hammered, call a limo...
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil, shown in this police booking photo on Tuesday Feb. 15, 2011, turned himself into the Clark County Detention Center Tuesday, to begin serving a 15 day sentence for a DUI conviction. Neil pleaded guilty to a drunk driving charge after his DUI arrest last summer and will serve another 15 days under house arrest when he is released. "I made a mistake, and I have to finally learn my lesson and go do a little bit of time," Neil, 50, told People.com about his legal troubles. "I've already learned my lesson."
This is Vince Neils second DWI-December 8,1984 Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley and the other members of the band visited Neil's home and spent the day at Redondo Beach. After partying for hours, Neil and Razzle decided to take a trip to a local liquor store in Neil's De Tomaso Pantera. Neil, who was drunk, lost control of the car and hit an oncoming vehicle. The two occupants of the other car were seriously injured and suffered brain damage,and Dingley was killed. Neil was charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of alcohol in connection with the crash. His blood alcohol level was 0.17, well above the California legal limit at that time of 0.10.
Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley
In July 1986, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Edward Hinz, Jr. sentenced Neil to 30 days in jail, five years probation, $2.6 million in restitution to the victims of the crash and 200 hours of community service. Neil got out of jail in 15 days for good behavior; Mötley Crüe dedicated their third studio album, Theatre of Pain, to Razzle.
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Vince and Alicia celebrated Neils 50th Birthday at Blush inside Wynn. Vince Neil is seperated from his 4th wife Lia Gerardini, who he married in January 2005 in a ceremony officiated by ordained minister and fellow cast member on The Surreal Life, MC Hammera.
LVRJ's Norme Clark first reported the two were dating last October though Neil has been spotted with different woman including a mystery date pictured HERE at The Hilton Hotel the night he was arrested for drunk driving. Recently the couple have been attending various events around Vegas including The Nevada Ballet Theatre’s “Woman of the Year” Black and White Ball. So, where does Brooke Haven fit into this arrangement?
Paris Hilton's boyfriend is to be arraigned following his arrest on marijuana possession and DUI charges in Las Vegas last summer ...Cy Waits, who failed multiple sobriety tests when his vehicle was stopped by police outside the Wynn Hotel on Aug. 27, will face a felony charge for being under the influence of a controlled substance, a complaint filed charges 35-year-old Waits with a felony of being under the influence of marijuana, and misdemeanor driving under the influence and possession of marijuana. He faces up to four years in prison on the felony charge if convicted. Waits will be arraigned on February 17in Las Vegas. Read the documents HERE
Pamela Anderson filed a lawsuit seeking $1,000,000 in damages from her former flame and Panorama Towers developer Laurence Hallier, chairman of Hallier Properties LLC. The blonde bombshell claims that she inked a deal back in 2006 to promote the property after purchasing a 2-bedroom penthouse unit with more than 2,000 square feet and views of the Strip facing north, south and east.
When the unit was not ready on time she says Hallier offered to pay her a million in cash. Panorama Towers are located behind Bellagio on Dean Martin Drive, priced between $170,000 and 6.5 million. Hallier had said in a 2006 interview that Anderson, who visits Las Vegas about six to eight times a year, bought a unit in Tower 4, which won’t be ready until late 2008. “She lives in Malibu. So for now she’s fine,” he said. Seems now that Pam would beg to differ.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Mike Tyson will be signing autographs at Memorabelia International inside Planet Hollywood on Friday and Saturday. Fans must purchase a meet-and-greet package to gain access to the event. Packages include a photograph with Tyson-$125 autographs-$125 The Ultimate Tyson meet and greet with the High Roller Package -$1,000 which includes a photograph with Mike Tyson, autographed image and boxing glove as well as a 30 minute private party before the event. In addition, images of Tyson, boxing gloves, shorts and robes will be available for the signing at an additional charge.
Date: February 4th & 5th
Time: 1pm to 4pm
Location: Memorabilia International
located inside the Miracle Mile Shops @ Planet Hollywood.
Contact 702.476.6151 for ticket and memorabilia pricing.
Or email email@example.com
Not sure what the actual status of the relationship between the married rocker and "entertainment reporter" Jacobs is at this point, though they were both at the Pracilla Presley event last week and looked cozy at Frank Marino’s Divas show at Imperial Palace.
Backstage, Frank, in full costume, posed with Priscilla and Lisa Marie; Motley Crue singer Vince Neil and KSNV entertainer reporter Alicia Jacobs
More speculation on The Dirty.com HERE
A grand jury returned an indictment Wednesday charging "Girls Gone Wild" producer Joe Francis with theft and fraud over his failure to pay the Wynn Las Vegas a $2 million gambling debt.
The charges in the two-count indictment are the same as those contained in a felony complaint the district attorney's office filed against Francis in Las Vegas Justice Court in September 2008.
The indictment allows the district attorney's office to dismiss the old complaint and move the case to District Court for trial. A Feb. 16 arraignment before District Judge Linda Bell was set for Francis, who is free on $132,500 bail.
The indictment alleges Francis intended to defraud the Wynn by signing a $2.5 million marker on a closed bank account during a gambling junket in February 2007.
Francis, 37, who amassed a fortune producing videos of drunken college girls taking off their clothes, contended he owed the Strip resort considerably less than $2 million.
He counter-sued Wynn, alleging chairman Steve Wynn used a variety of tactics to run up his gambling losses, including supplying him with prostitutes.
Wynn issued a statement calling the allegations "scurrilous beyond imagination" and filed a defamation lawsuit.
Anthony Michael Carleo, 29, also known as Anthony Assad, was arrested after he met undercover officers to sell high-value chips taken in the heist. He is the son of Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge George Assad.
Carleo was booked Thursday morning at the Clark County Detention Center on robbery, burglary and drug trafficking charges. He is being held without bail.
Carleo was a guest at the Bellagio, and police executed search warrants at both the hotel and at the home of the judge.
The robbery occurred at 3:50 a.m. Dec. 14 when a man parked a late-model black motorcycle at the casino's north valet entrance. Leaving the motorcycle running, he walked into the casino wearing a white, full-face motorcycle helmet and a leather jacket. He approached a craps table, pulled a pistol and demanded money. He was given an estimated $1.5 million in casino chips in denominations from $100 to $25,000.
No one was hurt, and no shots were fired, security did not try to stop the man out of concern that a shootout might injure casino patrons. Because of the large denominations of the chips, police and gaming industry insiders have speculated the robber would never be able to cash them without giving himself away.