In a new sneak peek of "Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn," Bam's mother, April Margera, shares a traumatizing story from Bam's childhood to the group So he'd take the kids and he'd put his arm out the window and bunk on the roof. You know, [saying it was] dead people falling on the roof, and it really affected him! Jenn thinks could have been pretty traumatizing to children. Bam starts to get really emotional after the group connects these incidents in his past to his drinking problem.
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The actor, 19, is known as Eclipse in the electronic music world, where he began releasing tracks in Riggs sees it as a great tool to "promote small artists," like himself. Of course, he's not so small in the world of "Walking Dead," where he racked up millions of followers playing Rick Grimes' son, Carl. His hope is that his music garners as much of a positive reaction from fans. It's so awesome when I go to conventions and I meet people and they're like, 'Carl really helped me through this moment in my life' and it's super great to be able to bring that into music as well. Entering the music world has given him a few moments to fan out himself, as he's gotten to meet a few of his faves at various events and festivals.
Elderly man photobombs model's sexy bikini beach shoot0: Twitter This is the moment the glamour of a beachside bikini photoshoot is photobombed to kingdom come — by a portly fella with a protruding paunch. The mystery man with a bronze tan strolls by with what looks like a mischievous smile beaming across his face, The Sun reported. Despite the obvious photo shoot, the elderly man decides to enter the frame in perhaps the most brazen photobomb ever.
On the night of April 10, , Lindsey Ogbonna was with a group of female friends when an off-duty Nacogdoches officer Josh Anders, who was working as the courtesy officer at the complex, confronted them in the parking lot. The group of young women begin to walk away from Anders and his next actions resulted in community outrage. According to the Star-Telegram, Kim Cole, an attorney representing some of the women, Anders did not identify himself as a police officer. Cole stated that he forced the bikini-clad Ogbonna to the ground, put his knee into her pelvic area, caused her breasts to be exposed, and put her in a wrestling hold. Both women were arrested and charged with resisting arrest and assault on an officer.