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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.6.16

After commenting on the vice Presidential debate, one of my favorite people to follow on social media, Chrissy Teigen has made her Twitter account private, saying “she’s not strong enough anymore,” when one fan asked her if she had switched her account to private.  She followed that up by saying “It’s not haters or trolls or generally mean people,” she wrote. “I just feel like I am absorbing bad [stuff] 24/7. My body and mind cannot handle it anymore.”

Lady Gaga has released the 2nd song off her upcoming album, Joanne.  Have a listen to “Million Reasons.”

Variety magazine did a report on the highest paid television personalities and topping the list was Judge Judy, who makes about $47 million a year, almost double what Matt Lauer makes.  The stars of the Big Bang Theory bring in $1 million per episode and lead comedy actors. The stars of the upcoming Netflix revival of Gilmore Girls lead the drama category at $750k per episode.

It seems that Paris police are questioning the account of the Concierge on the night of Kim Kardashian’s robbery.  The Concierge said that 5 men rang the bell and said they needed to speak with Kardashian immediately.  According to his account of the night, when the Concierge opened the door, the men handcuffed him and pointed a gun at his head forcing him to unlock the door to Kim’s apartment and show them where her bedroom was.  After the ordeal, the masked robbers took the concierge back out with them, leaving him handcuffed in the lobby.  Paris police have noticed some inconsistencies with his story and an inside source says it would be unlikely that a low-level employee would have the key to a VIP apartment.

Country singer and Dancing with the Stars celeb, Jana Kramer is opening up about a painful past in the most recent issue of People Magazine.  Kramer talks about an abusive relationship with her first husband that left her scarred and her husband in jail for attempted murder.  She has chosen to speak out now in an effort to help other people who may be in a similar situation. Read the article HERE.

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