Former TV Judge Joe Brown Charged with Contempt Court


Well known TV court judge Joe Brown is charged with five counts of contempt court in Tennessee. Officials say the 66 year old was sentenced to 5 days in jail after an outburst Monday during a courtroom hearing. Reports say the judge became verbally abusive while representing a client accused of not paying child support. "Judge Joe Brown" aired for 15 seasons from 1998-2013. He's now running for district attorney.

Last time we talked about them, they announced they plan on getting married. Now Mila Kunis is expecting a baby with her fiance Ashton Kutcher. The co-stars from "That 70's show" have been dating for some time. Fans are pretty excited. They tweeted "Jackie and Kelso are finally having a baby." It doesn't end there though. Kunis is expected to reunite with Kutcher on an episode of "Two and a Half Men" next month.

Rihanna is getting a big honor, not for her music, but for her style. The 26 year pop star will receive the icon award from the council of Fashion Designers of America in June. Rihanna has designed her own collection for Armani in the past. The award is given to those whose styles have made an impact on pop culture around the world.


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