Johnson says he was disappointed to hear Hogan make racist remarks and can't defend what he said, but insists that he's known him for years and he is not a racist. Speaking at a Television Critics Association panel, Johnson says, "I've known Terry for years. My dad helped train him in Florida in the 1970s, and even my uncle. I didn't know him to be a racist. Not justifying what he said but we've all talked trash, especially in private, and he's paid the price."
During the band's recent concert in Atlantic City, Devin got on the mic and called for Drea to come out on stage saying, "I fell in love with a very beautiful woman a few years ago, and I want to embarrass her as much as I can." She walked out with her two young kids and Devin asked, "I've been in love with you since the day I met you and I will for the rest of my life, and I hope that you'll marry me."
Before Drea could answer he interrupted and said, "Wait, I have two questions for you: One, will you make sweet passionate love to me for the rest of my life? And two, will you marry me please?" She answered yes to both. A video of the proposal, which contains a lot of NSFW language, can be seen on YouTube.
The actor is suing a man for trashing him online. Woods says the person, who goes by the name Abe List, has called him a "joke," "scum," "clown-boy" and, worst of all, a "cocaine addict." The complaint claims he "stepped over the line" with that allegation, and that Wood "is not now, nor has ever been, a cocaine addict, and A.L. had no reason to believe otherwise."
The suit adds that the person's "reckless and malicious behavior, through the worldwide reach of the Internet, has now jeopardized Woods' good name and reputation on an international scale."
Woods is seeking damages to the tune of $10 million.
The actor says he will part ways with hundreds of items that span his 40-year career, including his boxing gloves, trunks and a robe from the Rocky movies. Also, a knife and an Army jacket he wore as Rambo. He says he wants to auction off the items now while he's still alive so that he can see other people enjoy them. A portion of the proceeds from the auction, which will take place in October, will benefit various military charities.
The actress famed for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on two television shows has been appearing in a summer production of the musical Nice Work If You Can Get It with fellow sitcom vet Sally Struthers.
The hospital did not provide any further details. And there's no word on when Harper might return to the show, which is scheduled to run through August 15th.