According to a Scottsdale Police Department report, this was only after London sneezed in a man's face at the Martini Ranch bar, and after that guy got upset, London punched him in the face.
Tori Vance, who was crowned Miss Arizona Teen USA in 2010, was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Los Angeles last weekend.
Image: Facebook Tori Vance, 18, former Miss Arizona Teen USA, was busted on suspicion of DUI last weekend.
Media reports state that Vance, who's from Ahwatukee, made an illegal U-turn in Hollywood on Saturday night and was pulled over. Her blood-alcohol level tested at higher than .08, according to TMZ, which first reported the teeny-bopper scandal.
|"No sir it wasn't me, sir -- I swear it wasn't"|
Fight-Night fight! The above logo is for the Celebrity Fight Night Foundation, a ball hosted in the Valley each year. Below is the logo for an upcoming pay-per-event. May the best fight night win the lawsuit!
An Arizona non-profit company that hosts a yearly event to benefit Phoenix's Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center is asking a federal judge to stop a pay-per-view boxing event from using its name.
The Celebrity Fight Night Foundation wants a restraining order issued against FilmOn.com before its November 5 broadcast. Also called Celebrity Fight Night, the pay-per-view event features a freaky cast of characters including Nadya "Octomom" Suleman, Amy Fisher, Kato Kaelin and others.
In the complaint, (see below), the foundation alleges that it's been using its name since 1994 for a annual ball that has raised $70 million over the years. The money goes primarily to the Parkinson Center, which is located at Barrow Neurological Institute.
The public is already confused, the foundation says, attaching as an exhibit a recent online article that blurs the two events.
Kiowa Gordon, 21, was NOT arrested on suspicion of DUI on Monday, police say. But Gordon was arrested for two outstanding warrants.
Police put out an all-points correction this morning on incorrect news reports that Kiowa Gordon of Twilight series fame was arrested for suspicion of DUI.
He wasn't even driving. But he was busted on Monday -- for an outstanding warrant.
Mesa police, in a news release this morning, blamed Channel 12 News (KPNX-TV) for broadcasting the false information, which they say has "now been picked up across the country."
A Google search shows that many outlets lifted the incorrect news from azcentral.com. That's what they get for poaching. An Arizona Republic article on the Web site about Gordon has for now been replaced by an ellipses.
The real story, though, is at least in the same ballpark.
|Professional athletes beware. Scottsdale doesn't mess around when it comes to DUIs.|
|John Galliano apparently hearts Adolph Hitler.|
At the same facility Tiger Woods was "rumored" to have attended when he was treated for his poon addiction in late 2009.
As you may have heard, Galliano was canned by fashion house Christian Dior for making anti-semetic statements (the guy apparently loves Hitler. Jews... not so much) while apparently drunk at a cafe in Paris.
Image: www.nba.com Cedric Ceballos was arrested on December 19 on suspicion of driving on a suspended license and other charges, records show.
The former star player and celebrity was stopped at about 3 a.m. near North Scottsdale Road and East Royal Palm Road in Scottsdale, according to a local news blog.
Court records show Ceballos was cited for driving on a suspended license, expired registration and another charge. The blog, Scottsdale Arizona News, reports that Ceballos was also cited for failing to provide proof of insurance.
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