(CBS/WBBM) EVANSTON, Ill. - Faith Kroll is speaking out on twitter after she and fiancee Jim Marcus climbed on stage in front of about 100 Northwestern University students and demonstrated the use of the motorized sex toy at a recent gathering for a human sexuality class.
"Exhibitionism is not nudist," Kroll wrote on her Twitter accound. "I liked being ME and don't chose to hide me in general. not just my body."Continue »
(CBS) - Charlie Sheen has wasted no time filling his new Twitter account with photos and soliciting questions from his now 600,000-plus followers.
But he also sent out a message about his twin sons after a judge granted estranged wife Brooke Mueller custody and a restraining order against him after she alleged the actor threatened her, according to reports.Continue »
(CBS) - In the midst of his media blitz, Charlie Sheen has reportedly lost custody of his two children after his estranged wife Brooke Mueller successfully petitioned for a temporary restraining order after Sheen allegedly threatened her.Continue »
(CBS) - Charlie Sheen invited both NBC's "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America" to take a look at the family of sorts he's set up with his two much younger girlfriends - or "goddesses," as he referred to them - at his Los Angeles mansion. Sheen told NBC News that model Natalie Kenly and porn star Rachel Oberlin - also known as Bree Olsen - "don't judge" him.
(CBS) - Charlie Sheen gave NBC's "Today" a look at his house - and at the two young "goddesses," as he referred to them, who live with him. Sheen told the show that model Natalie Kenly and porn star Rachel Oberlin - also known as Bree Olsen - "don't judge" him. But who are Charlie Sheen's goddesses? Continue »
(CBS/AP) "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen has walked on the wild side, pushed the limits, and tested the patience of his bosses for a long time. But it was a violence-tinged and anti-Semitic radio rant that helped push him over the edge and, finally, forced CBS and Warner Bros. Television to pull the plug on his show.
In a one-sentence joint statement Thursday, the companies said they were ending production on television's No. 1 comedy series for the season, a decision based on the "totality of Charlie Sheen's statements, conduct and condition."Continue »