Celebrity bodyguard dies after taser, drug use suspected
Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 2 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Lily Collins is the Internet’s most dangerous celebrity Haley Blum, USA TODAY 4:08 p.m. EDT September 17, 2013 Searching her name comes with the highest chance of running into Internet junk, according to rankings by McAfee. In this Aug. 22, 2013 file photo, English actress Lily Collins attends the premiere of the film ‘Cazadores de Sombras, Ciudad de Huesos’ (‘The Mortal Instruments, City of Bones’) at Callao cinema in Madrid. (Photo: Abraham Caro Marin, AP) SHARE 29 CONNECT 33 TWEET 2 COMMENTEMAILMORE If you forgot who actress Lily Collins’ famous dad is, you might want to think twice before entering her name into a search engine to find out. The daughter of Phil Collins tops McAfee’s list of Most Dangerous Celebrities to search for on the Internet in 2013. That’s a bummer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones star, whose name apparently has a 14.5% chance of pulling up results that test positive for spam, adware, spyware, viruses or other malware. Uh oh. Canadian punk-pop princess Avril Lavigne, Gravity star Sandra Bullock, comedian Kathy Griffin and Star Trek Into Darkness actress Zoe Saldana rounded out the top five, so keep that in mind the next time you want to Google them. The only male in the top 10 is Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm , landing at No.
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His resume played as a veritable whos who with prior work for Nelson Mandela, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga. Most recently, Oosterbroek was on the payroll for Jay-Z as the protector of the famous rapper, his wife Beyonce, and their child Blue Ivy. However, his career fell apart due to sexually deviant behavior which led to his life spinning out of control. Oosterbroek was a skilled professional who must surely have understood the need of always being alert looking for the unexpected. However, he hired a prostitute to service himself while he was on duty protecting the Jay-Zs family in Las Vegas. He also was also photographed using the couples passports in sexual ways. When Jay-Z and Beyonce became apprised of his problems, he was fired . That was certainly a red flag to Oosterbroek to get help. Sexual deviancy is actually very treatable with therapy for such behavior having a 92% success rate. Sadly, Oosterbroek continued his downward spiral and broke into a neighbors mansion naked. Inside the house he assaulted the homeowner and consumed drugs. Police arrived and tasered the 43-year-old who died from the shock, reports US Magazine. Its possible that he may have been under some type of narcotics, Miami-Dade Police spokesman Detective Javier Baez said in a statement. Again, he was observed swallowing, ingesting some kind of substance, unknown substance that is. On The Web:
(The top earner? Gordon Ramsay of Foxs Hells Kitchen fame, with $38 million.) Click to Play Little formal kitchen training, mediocre pots and pans, and overexposure are plaguing celebrity chefs. Charles Passy joins Lunch Break with a look at five things these rock stars of the food world are hiding from adoring fans. Photo: Getty Images. But there are signs that celebrity chefs may be waning in popularity. For starters, the Food Network, which marks its 20th anniversary this November, has lost some of its ratings luster: Viewership declined by 10% over the past season, according to the latest Nielsen figures. Moreover, in recent years, the network has struggled to find a new breakthrough star, media observers say. (And one of the last finds was Paula Deen, who rose to prominence around seven years ago but whose reputation took a major hit in 2013 when she admitted in a court deposition to using a racial slur. She was subsequently dropped by the network and also lost many of her endorsement deals.) The bottom line, say critics, is that celebrity chefs have become a dime-a-dozen form of entertainmenttheir numbers may have grown, but their star power has diminished. The celebrity chef market is saturated, says Arthur Gallego, a New York-based branding expert. Some industry insiders counter that its too early to say the celebrity chef trend has run its course. After all, the Food Network continues to pull in hundreds of thousands of viewers: In a recent conference call with analysts, Ken Lowe, president of Scripps Networks Interactive (the parent company of the Food Network and the Cooking Channel), pointed out that shows like Food Network Star and Mystery Diners have enjoyed recent double-digit gains in ratings. Food Network is as strong as ever, he said. And while there may not be as many breakthrough celebrity chefs, that doesnt mean talent and charm are in short supply. If anything, insiders argue, because the field has grown so rapidlywith food programming spreading from the Food Network to such outlets as Bravo (home of Top Chef), CNN (Anthony Bourdains Parts Unknown) and ABC (The Chew)telegenic toque-wearers have that much more competition, so its harder for an individual personality to stand out.