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CAUGHT OUT THERE: NBA Baller Greg Oden Sends Naked Pics To Jumpoff...And They Leak

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Now This Is Just Nasty Morgan Freeman

Morgan Freeman and step-granddaughter E'Dena having baby

NFL Star Chris Henry Fighting For His Life After "Domestic Dispute"

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Cincinnati Bengals star Chris Henry and his fiance Loleini Tonga are literally at each other's throats. Chris is in critical condition this morning battling life threatening injuries after the two were involved in a domestic dispute yesterday. CNN reports that Chris fell from the bed of a truck after Loleini peeled off in the truck after their fight outside of her family's home in Charlotte. Chris already had an injured forearm, so no telling what these new extremely bad injuries are. The crazy part--the two had JUST recently gotten engaged and Loleini had just written a myspace status saying she had just paid for their wedding rings a few hours before police were called. More of this drama when you read the rest...

Is That You Devante Swing?

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Lil Wayne Says He Was Raped At 11 Years Old+Chris Brown Speaks On The Tiger Domestic Violence Situation

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Tiger Pulls Out Of His Own Tourney+MJB's Album Cover+Nia Long Leaves A Gig

Tiger Woods has backed out of his own charity golf tournament scheduled to take place this week. The 33-year-old released a statement on his website revealing he would not be taking part in the Chevron World Challenge. "Due to injuries sustained in a one-car accident last week, Tiger Woods will be unable to play in the 2009 Chevron World Challenge," the statement read. Tiger's alleged mistress Rachel Utchitel (who is supposedly the cause of Tiger and Elin's alleged fight that led to the car crash in question) just retained Gloria Allred as her lawyer. Even though Rachel denies any intimate relations with Tiger. So we all know drama is about to ensue. "I am extremely disappointed that I will not be at my tournament this week," Woods says in a statement posted on tigerwoods.com. "I am certain it will be an outstanding event and I'm very sorry that I can't be there." "We support Tiger's decision and are confident the strong field and excellent course will provide an exciting week of competition at the Chevron World Challenge," says Greg McLaughlin, president and CEO of the Tiger Woods Foundation, the prime beneficiary of the tournament. By the way, Nike--one of Tiger's largest sponsors--has stated they are sticking by him. More with Nia Long and MJB under the cut...