daily dos: Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn are hacked, undocumented students face a ban in Georgia and football gets dirty


daily dos: Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn are hacked, undocumented students face a ban in Georgia and football gets dirty

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    Lil Wayne was recently spotted cuddling up with his rumored fiancee, Dhea, at this past Sunday's Lakers-Heat game in Los Angeles. The two met nearly a year ago and, if the rumors are true, could be engaged and/or expecting a child.
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    Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn are the latest celebs to have racy photos released after getting their phones hacked. A rep for Hendricks confirmed that the "Mad Men" star had her phone hacked but insisted that a leaked topless photo was not Hendricks. Munn tweeted photos of a baby and a puppy with the caption "If you ever hacked my phone, these are the photos you'd find."
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    Former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is under fire for allegedly offering cash bonuses to defensive players for making big hits on star players. The discovery of the Saints' "bounty program" comes at a time where the NFL is placing more emphasis on player safety. "People are angry about this and I can see why from the outside. But I guarantee Gregg Williams isn’t the only one who did this. He’s just taking the fall," said Matt Bowen, one of Williams' former players.
  • The Georgia state senate is taking up a bill on Monday that, if passed, would ban undocumented students from attending all public universities and colleges. The state's five most selective public schools already reject undocumented applicants under a rule adopted in 2010. Previously, all of Georgia's public universities admitted undocumented immigrants but required them to pay out-of-state tuition.
  • Nelson Avila-López, a 20-year-old undocumented immigrant who died last month in the deadly Honduran prison fire that killed 360 inmates, was wrongly deported from Los Angeles to Honduras by Immigration and Customs Enforcement the U.S. government announced Friday. Avila-López had not been convicted of any crime.
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    "Twenty-four million Americans are affected by eating disorders. Everybody knows somebody...." After checking into rehab for an eating disorder last year, Demi Lovato is now going public with her story to raise awareness. The singer is actively tweeting to her 6 million fans about her bout with bulimia and statistics during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. A documentary about her rehabilitation, Demi Lovato: Stay Strong will premiere next month.
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    Rihanna: "Single life is so overrated. It sucks." Given the recent jab at Breezy's girlfriend, are Rihanna and Chris Brown working on more than remixes?
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    The wrong Amber Rose: Tyrese is reportedly pissed after actress Amber Tamblyn (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) released an email exchange she had with Tyrese in which the Fast & Furious star believes he is communicating with model Amber Rose. Tamblyn, whose middle name is Rose, sent a few songs to Tyrese before Tyrese realized he was being trolled.
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