escaping the torture.

I've never been a victim of domestic violence, but I can imagine how hard is it for a woman to leave the situation. To be honest with you, I’m unable to advise you a way to leave if you’re caught up in a physically abusive relationship. These are dangerous situations and the best answers you can get are either from a counselor or a police officer. Personally, I would leave that man alone from the first moment he hit me. Fortunately enough for me (and him) I’ve never been hit by a man before. I can’t just imagine the consequences he would have been faced with it from my friends & family if they ever seen me with a black eye, caused by some dude. Here is a letter that Karrine "Superhead" Steffans wrote recently in reference to her current situation: I’ve been a victim of abuse all my life –– literally, for as long as I can remember. It is ...

rihanna’s police photo.

I have no words for this. Let's keep her in our prayers and hope that she finds the strength to pursue legal charges and not end up reconciling a relationship with him. On the other hand, I just read that Chris Brown lawyer is going to be none other than Mark Geragos. The same lawyer who represented guilty celebrities like Michael Jackson (for the molestation of those boys), Scott Peterson (for the murder of his wife Laci Peterson), Wiona Ryder (for shoplifting at Publix), and Gary Condit (the democrat who had an affair with the murdered Chandra Levy). If this doesn't say "I'm guilty and I need a way out" then I don't know what does. Good luck fighting off those burly men who loved Rihanna in jail, mother fucker.