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William Shatner blasts Sandie Rinaldo interview: ‘CTV won’t be interviewing me again’
Longtime CTV anchor Sandie Rinaldo celebrated her 50th anniversary with the network and looked back at her most notable interviews to help mark her milestone – one of them being a profile with William Shatner that she dubbed her “most challenging.”
Rinaldo claimed Shatner shut her down, didn’t want to talk about himself and eventually stormed off, Mark Daniell reported.
Things didn’t get any better in a new interview, with the two combatants going toe-to-toe once again. And while the Star Trek star didn’t walk out on it, he vowed he would never do another interview with CTV again.
Former NFL player Sergio Brown missing; mother’s body was found near suburban Chicago creek
Authorities in Illinois were searching for former NFL player Sergio Brown after his mother’s body was found near a creek behind her suburban Chicago home.
A medical examiner determined that Myrtle Brown, 73, had been injured during an assault and her death was ruled a homicide.
Brown resurfaced on social media in a rambling video in which he spoke about “fake news,” claimed the Maywood Police Department and the FBI kidnapped him and said he thought his mother was on vacation, Denette Wilford reported.
The investigation into Brown’s mother’s death is ongoing.
Officer injured, several people assaulted at TTC’s Kipling Station: Cops
A police officer was injured following reports transit riders were assaulted at the TTC’s Kipling Station on Sept. 16.
A man was allegedly assaulting several people in the bus bay area of the station, according to calls to police.
Medics were called to the scene and the officer’s injury was described as non-life-threatening.
He was taken to hospital while the man was taken into custody.
Old Katy Perry comments hinted she knew ‘real truth’ about ex-husband Russell Brand
“I keep it locked in my safe for a rainy day,” pop star said in 2013
A decade-old Vogue interview with Katy Perry has resurfaced in the wake of her ex-husband Russell Brand being accused of sexual abuse by several women.
During the 2013 chat, Perry said she felt “responsible” for the dissolution of their union until she “found out the real truth” about Brand, Mark Daniell reported.
She went on to say she couldn’t “disclose” what she learned but she keeps it “locked in my safe for a rainy day.”
It’s pouring. Time to dish, Katy.
SIMMONS: Babcock’s tale of redemption suddenly over before it starts
Mike Babcock’s career in the NHL is over and he has no one to blame but himself.
Or in Steve Simmons’ words, the end for Babcock was “just more bull-headed narcissism for a man who no longer seems capable of getting out of his own way.”
His time as head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets was so short, you may have missed it if you blinked, but once a story about him got out on how he related to his players leaked to a podcast by one of Babcock’s unidentified players, his expiration date was near.
The NHL, the NHLPA and the Blue Jackets’ front office all got involved and eventually got Babcock out.