Welcome Guest | Register | Login

Weekly Roundup: Ashton Kutcher, Charlie Sheen, Flyers Hosting Winter Classic, Tattoo Artist Sex Scandal, and James Troutman Police Report


The Omelette Friday May 13, 2011

Ashton Kutcher To Join Two and a Half Men and Replace Charlie Sheen

Turns out that a darkhorse has emerged in the Two And A Half Men sweepstakes. And, that's none other than actor and social media superstar Ashton Kutcher. Reports began to surface last night that Kutcher was close to signing a deal, which will make him the replacement for Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. Reportedly Chuck Lorre has a storyline in place, which is plausible and funny. TMZ is reporting that Ashton Kutcher will get way less than Charlie Sheen - about $625,000 per episode.

Tattoo Artist Child Sex Scandal...Involves 17 Children

Tattoo artist Walter Meyerle was originally charged with trading a tattoo for sex with a 15-year-old girl. Now, he faces many additional counts involving 16 more children. Some of the children are younger than 10 years old. Authorities allege much of these acts took place in his home while his wife was downstairs. All told, Meyerle faces and additional 195 sex-related charges.

D.A. Ferman Won't Release Original James Troutman Police Report

Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman won't release the original police report surrounding the encounter between James Troutman and Skylar Kauffman, whom he allegedly raped, tortured, and murdered. Souderton police are under fire from the Kauffman family and residents after details emerged about the original encounter, which should have resulted in Troutman's arrest. If this is true, this murder should and could have been prevented. Joe Hoeffel - a county commissioner is demanding the police report be released by the District Attorney's office.

Flyers To Host Winter Classic at Citzen's Bank Park

The NHL Winter Classic is finally coming to Philadelphia. The Flyers will host this year's Winter Classic at Citizen's Bank Park and take on the New York Rangers. The game will take place on Monday January 2nd instead of the 1st so the NHL won't have to compete with the NFL.

Contact Dennis Bakay at dbakay@philly2philly.com


Follow us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Philly2Phillycom/170351386469

Follow us on Twitter:  http://twitter.com/Philly2Philly