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Sunday 21 December 2014

No charges for Bon Jovi's girl

A central New York prosecutor says drug charges against Jon Bon Jovi's teen daughter have been dropped.

Stephanie Bongiovi (19) (left) was found unresponsive by medics after she apparently overdosed on heroin in a dorm at Hamilton College, Clinton, New York.

Police charged Bongiovi, of Red Bank, New Jersey, and another student with possession of a small amount of heroin and marijuana.



RiRi joins 2,000 fans on 777 tour

Rihanna began her 777 tour in Mexico City with an exclusive party for about 2,000 fans.

Rihanna was welcomed on the stage of the El Plaza Condesa concert hall with a standing ovation -- despite being two hours late.

"This is incredible! Thank you very much for your patience. You really make me feel loved here," said the 24-year-old singer before opening the concert with Cockiness (Love It).



Church dean denies bullying

A CONDUCTOR who made a complaint of bullying against the Dean of Christ Church Cathedral described him as "power crazed".

An Employment Appeals Tribunal also heard conductor Judy Martin failed to release evidence to an investigator hired by the church.

The internal church investigation failed to uphold her complaint, the tribunal heard.

Ms Martin alleges management at the cathedral forced her to resign in January 2011 by subjecting her to bullying and harassment.

The dean of Christ Church, the Very Reverend Dermot Dunne, denies the allegations.

The hearing was adjourned.



Comedian held on bottle claim

Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested after a man told police that the entertainer hit him over the head with a bottle.

Williams (41) was taken into custody on suspicion of assault after the apparent victim said he was attacked aboard a tour bus parked outside a downtown hotel.

He was released after questioning.

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