Tag Archives: Scandal

Katharine McPhee Files for Divorce After Cheating on Her Older Husband, Nick Cokas

After she was caught hav­ing an affair with her Smash direc­tor, Michael Mor­ris, actress Katharine McPhee, 30, tried to save her mar­riage to Nick Cokas, who’s 19 years older. The celebrity cou­ple qui­etly sep­a­rated after the affair scan­dal sur­faced, but it seemed like their May-December rela­tion­ship was back on track when insid­ers revealed that they were spend­ing almost all their time together to try and work on their mar­riage. Their efforts were […]

What the Ex-President’s Mistress Is Saying About Their Illicit Affair

It may have hap­pened 16 years ago, but Mon­ica Lewinksy will for­ever be known as the younger woman who had an illicit affair with U.S. Pres­i­dent Bill Clin­ton. At the time their affair went pub­lic, Clin­ton was 51 and Lewin­sky was only 24. The scan­dal rocked the coun­try and resulted in extreme media scrutiny over Mon­ica Lewinksy’s every move. The affair scan­dal turned the younger woman into an overnight celebrity—she was offered an […]

V. Stiviano Makes Bizarre Claims About Her Relationship with Sugar Daddy Donald Sterling

V. Sti­viano, the 31-year-old woman who recorded the now infa­mous audio clip of Don­ald Sterling’s racist rant, has finally bro­ken her silence on the scan­dal. The young woman, who’s been pegged as Sterling’s long­time sugar baby, sat down for an inti­mate inter­view with Bar­bara Wal­ters, which aired on May 2, 2014, just a week after the scan­dal first went pub­lic. Sur­pris­ingly, V. Sti­viano actu­ally defended Don­ald Ster­ling in the bizarre inter­view, telling […]

Donald Trump and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Blame Donald Sterling’s Sugar Baby For Racism Scandal

The sports and enter­tain­ment world is still buzzing with the news that Don­ald Ster­ling, the 80-year-old owner of the L.A. Clip­pers, has been banned from the NBA for life and fined $2.5 mil­lion for a racist rant caught on tape by his much younger sugar baby, V. Sti­viano. While many are still con­demn­ing Don­ald Ster­ling for the scan­dal and prais­ing the NBA for the harsh penalty, oth­ers are actu­ally pin­ning the blame […]