Among their many scams, the Italian couple used the American star’s identity to sell cheap suits and fake Rolex watches—that they never delivered.
Barbie Latza Nadeau, correspondent-at-large for The Daily Beast and author Roadmap to Hell: Sex, Guns and Drugs on the Mafia Coast, about sex trafficking and the mafia, and Beast Book Angel Face, about Amanda Knox, has reported from Italy for Newsweek since 1997 and for The Daily Beast since 2009. She is also a CNN Contributor and frequent writer for Scientific American.
The Seattle native, convicted and acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher in Italy, has set up a crowdfunding site to raise $10,000 for her outer-space-themed nuptials.
Celebrity photographer Marcus Hyde accused of demanding a model send nudie selfies in exchange for a photo shoot.
A New Yorker report calls into question the many accusations against the exiled senator, and several Democratic colleagues now say he’s gone because of their rush to judgment.
The singer has been in a feud with celebrity music manager Scooter Braun over rights to her master recordings.
Two of the four teens who staged a scuffle and then attacked the staff who responded has been recaptured.
A private investigator who has chased Epstein’s antics for more than a decade says he gave the feds the names of two women who allegedly procured underage girls for the financier.
A slew of arrests show that despite the murder of ‘Franky Boy’ Cali, ties between the Mafia’s Sicilian homeland and the Gambino mob in the U.S. are still strong.
The Palm Beach office in charge of overseeing the convicted sex offender’s work release has launched an internal investigation into the apparent lax supervision of the financier.