TMZ  has reported that Kim Kardashian’s mum, Kris Jenner of  ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,  has been involved in an accident. It is believed that a Prius ran a red light and hit Kris Jenner’s  white Rolls-Royce…

According to reports, even though the impact of the accident  was ‘very scary’ Kris might have hurt her hand and is doing well…

Do you watch Keeping Up With the Kardashian? What’s your favourite clip?

TMZ has reported that there’s an active criminal investigation underway in Georgia in the Bobbi Kristina case.  Law enforcement sources believe there is possible foul play and has targeted is her boyfriend Nick Gordon. According TMZ

Bobbi Kristina

police are looking into a possible altercation more than an hour before Bobbi Kristina was found submerged in a bathtub.

Max Lomas a friends of both Nick Gordon and Bobbi Kristina was the one who discoved her in the bathtub. He alerted Nick Gordon who  administered CPR till the authories arrived…it has been reported that Bobbi Kristina Brown has allegedly unexplained injuries and her boyfriend Nick Gordon is being investigated..

UPDATE: has reported that Cissy Houston, 81, is by her granddaughter Bobbi Kristina Brown’s side as she lies in a comatose state….doctors are telling her that hope is dwindling for her precious Bobbi.

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adrianMinnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson said Monday that he is “not a perfect parent, but I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser.”

Peterson, one of the NFL’s marquee players, will practice this week and can play in Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints, despite facing a child abuse charge, team officials said.

Peterson, who was kept out of Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots, turned himself in to East Texas authorities Saturday, two days after an indictment alleged the 29-year-old father did “recklessly or by criminal negligence cause bodily injury” to his son, a felony.

Peterson quickly posted $15,000 in bail and was released, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

In his first comments on the case, the reinstated NFL star told fans in a written statement posted on his Twitter feed, “I never imagined being in a position where the world is judging my parenting skills or calling me a child abuser because of the discipline I administered to my son.”

Despite being advised by his attorney not to discuss details of the case, Peterson wrote, “I want everyone to understand how sorry I feel about the hurt I have brought to my child.”

He said that he voluntarily appeared before a grand jury and told its members the same thing, which also matches what he said he told two different police agencies about the incident.

“I will say the same thing once I have my day in court,” he wrote.

In disciplining his son in the same manner as Peterson himself was disciplined as a child, he wrote, he unintentionally caused the boy injury. He understands that there are people who disagree with this form of discipline, he said, and he has met with a psychologist who informed him of more “appropriate” ways to discipline children.

“But deep in my heart I have always believed I could have been one of those kids that was lost in the streets without the discipline instilled in me by my parents and other relatives,” he wrote. “I have always believed that the way my parents disciplined me has a great deal to do with the success I have enjoyed as a man. I love my son and I will continue to become a better parent and learn from any mistakes I ever make.”

He closed his statement by saying that while he isn’t the perfect parent, he is not a child abuser.

“My goal is always to teach my son right from wrong and that’s what I tried to do that day,” he wrote. “I accept the fact that people feel very strongly about this issue and what they think about my conduct. Regardless of what others think, however, I love my son very much and I will continue to try to become a better father and person.”

Team stands behind its star player

General manager Rick Spielman said more information about the incident was available to the Vikings then the team had on Friday when it placed Peterson, a six-time Pro Bowler in his first seven seasons, on the inactive list.

“This is a difficult path to navigate regarding the judgment of how a parent disciplines his child,” Spielman told reporters. “Based on the extensive information that we have right now, and what we know about Adrian not only as a person but what he has also done for this community, we believe he deserves to play while this legal process plays out.”

Peterson’s attorney has said his client used “a switch to spank his son” and was simply doling out discipline much like “he experienced as a child growing up in East Texas.”

Peterson “will continue to insist on his innocence of any intended wrongdoing,” attorney Rusty Hardin said Friday.

Photos obtained by TMZ allegedly show Peterson’s son’s leg covered in marks that could have come from a switch, or thin tree branch. Some of the marks in the photo appeared to have broken the skin.

“The photos are disturbing, I understand that. But to be clear, you know any matter that’s involving the child is very important for this organization. But we also think that it is right for him to go through the process legally,” Spielman said.

CNN affiliate KHOU reported this past weekend that Peterson allegedly sent text messages to the boy’s mother in Minnesota after the lashing.

Peterson wrote he “felt bad after the fact when I notice the switch was wrapping around hitting I (sic) thigh.”

Another text was more graphic.

“Got him in the nuts once I noticed,” it read, according to KHOU. “But I felt so bad, n i’m all tearing that butt up when needed! I start putting them in timeout. N save the whooping for needed memories!”

The station said a later message from Peterson was: “Never do I go overboard! But all my kids will know, hey daddy has the biggie heart but don’t play no games when it comes to acting right.”

Due in court on October 8

Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney Phil Grant, whose office made the case against Peterson to a grand jury over a period of weeks, said prosecutors “will take this charge extremely seriously and we look forward to presenting this case to a jury.”

The next step is a preliminary court hearing that is scheduled for October 8. Grant said he expected Peterson to be there, although the decision is up to a judge.

According to Texas law, people can be convicted of injury to a child if they cause bodily or mental injury “intentionally, knowingly, recklessly or with criminal negligence” or cause such harm by omission. The crime is punishable by up to two years in a state jail and a $1,000 fine.

In Texas, someone can defend himself against a charge of injury to a child if he can prove it happened while he was administering “reasonable discipline,” Grant said.

“Obviously, parents are entitled to discipline their children as they see fit, except for when that discipline exceeds what the community would say is reasonable,” he said. “And so, a grand jury, having indicted this case, looked at the injuries that were inflicted upon this child and determined that that discipline was not reasonable.”

As the NFL reviews the running back’s actions under its personal conduct policy, the Vikings owners said they will “monitor the situation closely.”

Referring to the decision to keep Peterson out of Sunday’s game, the Vikings owners, who are brothers, said, “On Friday, we felt it was in the best interests of the organization to step back, evaluate the situation, and not rush to judgment given the seriousness of this matter. At that time, we made the decision that we felt was best for the Vikings and all parties involved.”

Peterson is considered one of the best running backs in the NFL — if not the best. His absence was probably felt during the Vikings’ 30-7 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.

In 2011, he agreed to a lucrative contract, which reported would be worth $100 million over a 7-year period.

Source: CNN

kimKim Kardashian has her finger on the pulse when it comes to all things social media.

And the star’s know-how looks set to really pay off as it’s been reported her video game iPhone app will be her most lucrative deal yet, earning more than all of her ventures from last year combined, according to a new report from TMZ.

Sources have told the website the 33-year-old will pocket around 45% of net profits from the game titled Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which is expected to make $200 million, meaning the reality TV darling could walk away with around $85 million

According to Forbes, last year the television personality made $28 million so Kim will no doubt be very pleased with this enormous profit from one single venture. The reports claims creating the app hasn’t been too expensive either. 

Kim released the video game on June 25 ranking as high as second in the most-downloaded free apps category.

Apollo Nida, apollo-nidaAccording to TMZ, Nida will spend the next eight years away from them as he serves time for cashing stolen checks, ID theft and laundering millions through phony bank accounts. This fraud game he was playing went on for four years.

Considering that Nida could have faced a maximum of 30 years in prison, eight years is something of a “lucky break.” But a lot can happen in eight years that Nida will miss out on, including watching his boys grow up. Part of the reason Nida was able to get a more lenient sentence was because he reportedly cooperated with the feds in order to share details on the criminal activities of others. But according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Nida wasn’t too happy about his sentence.

The AJC says that he appeared annoyed when speaking on his way out of the courtroom, saying “The government did what they had to do.” Nida’s legal team tried to petition the court this week to have his sentence minimized, saying that his poor upbringing had a lot to do with his equally poor choices and never-ending legal troubles, and that his small-time criminal history doesn’t fit with him being categorized as being of Criminal

Before the sentencing, Nida apologized to everyone, saying “I want to apologize to the victims” and that he also wanted to “apologize to my family for letting them down.” But his family, as far as his wife and kids, were not present for the sentencing. There has been speculation for some time that Parks would part ways with her husband if he ended back up in jail, but she tried to refute such claims by saying she would stand by him until everything was resolved.

“…we are where we are and we’ll support him. We are a family. He’s the father of my two beautiful kids and at the end of the day, I am a Southern belle and I believe in family and I will support him until this is resolved.” But I guess she got a little sick and tired of being sick and tired.  Nida is free for now on his bond, but the AJC says that he will probably have to head to prison to start serving his time within the next three to six weeks