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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 12.30.15

Breaking Entertainment news- charges have been filed against Bill Cosby in Pennsylvania this morning.

Rob Kardashian was taken to the hospital over the weekend after feeling unwell and diagnosed with diabetes. Kardashian has been largely out of the public eye in recent years after battling depression and gaining 100 pounds.

Rob’s sister Kendall Jenner revealed that she was briefly hospitalized for exhaustion and that she took it as a wake-up call that she needs to take better care of herself. The model told her fans her New Year’s resolution will be to chill out a little more and be more spontaneous.

Apparently the role of Hayden Christiansen as Anakin Skywalker almost wasn’t. During a recent interview, Leonardo DiCaprio revealed that he turned down the role of Anakin, saying that he met with George Lucas, but didn’t feel ready to take on that role. The actor also revealed that he had discussed playing Robin in Batman Forever and Peter Parker in Spiderman, but didn’t feel ready for those either.

Mark Salling, best known as Puck on Fox’s Glee, was arrested yesterday morning and booked into an LA County jail after LAPD officers found inappropriate images on his home computer. Salling posted bail and left the jail about 2:30 yesterday afternoon and his reps have not commented on the situation, but a friend told Entertainment Tonight that Salling’s computer was hacked.

Mike Tyson has decided to test out the hoverboard craze, posting a video to Instagram of his attempt at riding the combustible death trap. Tyson manages to circle around and then gets a little cocky and tries to move forward. That’s when he loses his balances and falls flat on his back with a thud. It looks seriously painful. That can no doubt be added to #HoverboardFail.


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