Adam Lind: Did He Sign Over His Parental Rights for Aubree?

Adam lind and daughter aubree

Adam Lind is … well, he’s not a good person, for a whole lot of reasons.

He has several problems, and don’t worry, we’ll do a quick review on them, but as a result of all of these issues, he recently gave up his rights to his youngest child.

It’s sad in many, many ways.

But what about Aubree?

1. Ugh

OK, so Adam is doing so hot these days.

2. Well …

He’s always been a jerk … remember when Chelsea had just given birth to Aubree and he texted her to call her a “fat stretch mark bitch”?

3. So Awful

He also wrote “tell me where and when to sign the rights over for that mistake,” which is particularly heartbreaking, considering what just happened with his parental rights.

4. Hold Up

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, all right?

5. Bad Boy

Adam’s been getting arrested for years now because he’s always had trouble with following the law and being a considerate person.

6. Why Though?

For a while, his arrests were mostly based on his complete inability to follow the rules of the road — rules like “don’t drive drunk” and “don’t drive without a license.”

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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Javi Marroquin to Kailyn Lowry: I’m So Sick of Your Sh-t!

Letter of love

Javi Marroquin may finally have had it with Kailyn Lowry.

The MTV veteran sounds like he’s sick and tired and truly done with his ex-wife.

What has prompted Javi to arrive at this point?

Why does he sound angrier than ever at the woman with whom he shares a son named Lincoln?

Marroquion is more than happy to explain down below, as both he and The Hollywood Gossip give readers some background on why the exes are – yes, once again – at major odds…

1. A Letter of Love?

More like excerpts of hate! This is what Marroquin thinks of Kailyn’s new book, the cover of which we’ve posted above. He has Tweeted his response to a few passages in it.

2. Wait, What is This Book About?

“The book was an apology letter to [third son] Lux for basically the mess he was born into and how bad I feel,” the mother-of-three told Radar Online in January, adding of her other sons and motivation in general: “But now it’s to all three of them. I feel bad and I’m nervous about how a lot of my decisions will impact them or affect them. So I’m apologizing to all of them and I want them to know how much I love them and I’m working now to pick up the pieces.”

3. Okay, Fair Enough. What Does This Have to Do with Javi?

A lot, considering he’s the father of Lincoln. The couple was married from September of 2012 through December of 2015, having been through many ups and downs in their marriage and then afterwards as well.

4. But Weren’t They on Pretty Good Terms of Late?

It seemed that way. Heck, they even HOOKED UP earlier this year!

5. So, Why Are They Feuding Now?

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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Jill Duggar: Derick Dillard Doesn’t Have a Job and He Kind of Sucks, But I Still Love Him!

Derick, Jill Duggar Dillard

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard, what a couple, right?

And we don’t mean that in a good way.

Jill’s all right for the most part, we guess, but Derick … that’s where the trouble lies.

Because Derick is the worst.

He’s homophobic, and he also has a bizarre, disturbing fascination with Jazz Jennings, a lovely child with her own TLC show who also happens to be transgender.

At this point, we can’t even count how many times he’s talked about Jazz — who, again, is a child — in cruel, hateful ways.

He got so obsessed with insulting her that TLC fired him and Jill from Counting On last year.

And yes, Derick will swear up and down that they weren’t fired, he just decided their family needed to quit the show, but … come on.

If all of that wasn’t enough to prove his awfulness, he also attacked survivors of the Parkland school shooting more than once, because they were a little too liberal for his taste.

That’s what his problem boils down to, essentially: he’s extremely conservative, but in the dumbest, most offensive way possible.

Another thing about Derick is that he doesn’t seem to work, but whenever anyone brings it up, he’s quick to tell everyone that he has a job, thank you very much.

Except he’ll never say exactly what that job is.

A funny thing happened last month, though, and that funny thing is that Derick began attending law school.

He seems to be really into the whole thing, which is good — if he ends up being a lawyer, he could probably stop asking Duggar fans for money.

But in a new post she made on Instagram, Jill is still acting like he has a job.

Let it go already, guys.

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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

BoJack Horseman Charts Complicated Paths to Forgiveness

This story contains spoilers for Season 5 of BoJack Horseman.

On this season of BoJack Horseman, the eponymous protagonist finds himself wrestling with a single weighty question: “How do you make something right when you’ve made it so wrong you can never go back?”

The animated Netflix series, which recently returned for its fifth season, has long magnified the moral inconsistencies of its anthropomorphic lead. BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) is a washed-up former TV star whose anxieties about his own dwindling fame and other inadequacies drive him to drink excessively, disrespect his friends, and treat women like interchangeable accessories at best and insensate sexual playthings at worst. He is also caustic and funny, at times even endearing in his self-effacement. In other words, BoJack is the consummate Complicated Male Protagonist.

But where other series glamorize the dysfunction of their male leads by writing these men’s pain as the nucleus of all other characters’ development, BoJack resists the temptation to neatly absolve its protagonist of his sins. This season, which was plotted out before the news of sexual-assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the ensuing rise of #MeToo, locates BoJack’s misbehavior within a larger continuum of reprehensible actions. And there are multiple storylines about men who abuse their power and prestige in the entertainment industry.

In one episode, an actor named Vance Waggoner (Bobby Cannavale) disgraces himself with an unending slew of sexist, xenophobic remarks à la Mel Gibson. Waggoner attempts an apology tour, even winning a lifetime-achievement prize at the We Forgive You Awards. Later, the actor is brought onto Philbert, BoJack’s new show. When BoJack inadvertently takes a stand against Waggoner’s transgressions, eventually going so far as to make the bold proclamation that is “Don’t choke women,” the public celebrates the cantankerous horse as a …read more

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