Luann de Lesseps Knows Vicki Gunvalson 'Will Be Just Fine' After Demotion to 'Friend' on RHOC

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Howard Stern Says OJ Simpson Should Be Banned from Twitter and That It's 'Insane' He Has an Account

Howard Stern Says OJ Simpson Should Be Banned from Twitter and That It's 'Insane' He Has an Account

Howard Stern is calling for O.J. Simpson‘s removal from Twitter.

The Sirius XM radio host had Kim Goldman — this sister of Ron Goldman, who was murdered with Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson — on his show on Wednesday, and the two spoke about how “maddening” it is to see the former NFL player playing golf and living “the good life.”

Simpson was acquitted for the murders of Ron and Nicole in the now-infamous “Trial of the Century.” In 1997, after the victims’ families filed a wrongful death civil lawsuit against Simpson, a civil court awarded a $33.5 million judgment against him.

He was released from prison in October 2017 after serving nine years for kidnapping and armed robbery charges in Las Vegas.

“You think Twitter should throw O.J. off? What you think?” Stern, 65, asked Kim, saying, “I say yes.”

“Why do I say yes?” he continued, making a joke that if he owned Twitter, “a lot of people would be thrown off.” He then answered his own question, saying, “I just think, just to save you the grief of seeing him out there.”

Earlier in their conversation, Stern asked Kim, 47, what it was like for her when Simpson, 72, joined Twitter in June.

“I really feel for you and your family. I really got triggered because of O.J.’s Twitter feed. Are you able to listen to that at all?” he said.

“I stomach it. It’s not something that feels great. I can’t really avoid it because it keeps coming up,” Kim responded, adding that she finds it strange for Simpson to laugh and talk about “the good life” so much.

“When somebody kills your brother, and they’re on the golf course, and they’re sitting there in their golf cart, living a life that, I mean, most people don’t get to live — it’s a pretty good life,” said Stern. “It’s got to be maddening. It’s insane.”

Kim agreed, adding, “I think when he, you know, the ‘yours truly’ and the laughing and the chuckling about everything, I just — that part is really hard to stomach, because I look at him and think rage, murderer, domestic violence abuser, it’s just hard for me to see him just enjoying the ‘good life’ like he likes to refer to it.”

Stern also pointed out how unfair it feels, since Ron and Nicole were only 25 and 35, respectively, when they were murdered.

“I

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Luann de Lesseps Looks Forward to Life After Probation: 'I Paid Dearly for a Really Bad Night'

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Dax Shepard's Birthday Message to Kristen Bell Shows Video of Them Suffering Through Choco Challenge

Dax Shepard's Birthday Message to Kristen Bell Shows Video of Them Suffering Through Choco Challenge

Dax Shepard wished Kristen Bell a happy birthday with a throwback to one of the couple’s most trying moments — completing the Choco Challenge.

Shepard, 44, gave a birthday shoutout to his Veronica Mars actress wife, who turned 39 on Thursday, with a behind-the-scenes video from when the pair completed the Choco Challenge by eating a square of chocolate that contained the Black Reaper pepper, which is recognized as the hottest pepper on Earth.

The duo completed the challenge back in February of this year, as part of a fundraiser to support the fight against prostate cancer. Bell tweeted about the experience at the time, writing, “The absolute worst. Thank God we filmed it. @fuegobox #chocochallenge.”

The video shows Shepard and Bell suffering through the after-effects of eating the super-spicy chocolate, burping, groaning and guzzling almond milk as they streamed the experience on Instagram Live for their followers.

“It’s very spicy,” Bell says in the video as she holds a tissue up to her nose. Shepard, sitting next to her, breathes heavily with a red face, looking very uncomfortable.

“Whoa,” Bell says, before letting out a big burp. “I’m gonna throw up,” Shepard says.

“A hundred times worse than I was expecting,” Bell adds in the clip.

Dax made light of the spicy affair in a sweet caption along with the video.

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Happy Birthday Buddy!!! I've been with you on a third of your ride, and I hope I'm lucky enough to burp/throw-up/suffer/thrive with you for all the rest. Best Mom, best wife, best friend, longest story teller. You're everything to me and more ♥♥♥♥https://people.com/tv/dax-shepard-birthday-message-kristen-bell-video-eating-black-reaper-pepper/

Woman Recalls Growing Up With Serial Killer Dad on New Crime Podcast 'The Clearing'

Woman Recalls Growing Up With Serial Killer Dad on New Crime Podcast 'The Clearing'

April Balascio always had suspicions about her dad Edward Wayne Edwards, a handyman and father of five whom she describes as both utterly charming and incredibly smart — as well as an abusive, compulsive liar with a terrible temper.

She also says that wherever the family moved, dead bodies had a tendency to follow.

In 2009, at age 40, Balascio began Googling cold cases and the towns she’d grown up in, finally discovering two teens who had been murdered at a venue her father had worked at.

She spoke with a detective who had worked the case and found herself stunned when a DNA test confirmed that Edwards was, indeed, the teens’ murderer.

After he was apprehended by police, Edwards confessed to several additional killings in other states.

Balascio had inadvertently turned in a serial killer — and he was her own father, who would eventually die in prison in 2011 while awaiting the death penalty for his convicted crimes.

“Kids aren’t stupid,” Balascio told PEOPLE in 2016. “Someone was always murdered wherever we lived.”

In the new podcast The Clearing (released on July 18 on Spotify and other services), Balascio, alongside journalist and author Josh Dean, digs deep into her dad’s disturbing criminal past, revisiting her childhood and how she began to figure out who her father really was.

On the series, Dean and Malascio interview various detectives who worked on Edwards’ cases. The show also includes audio clips of detectives first asking Edwards for a DNA sample and, ultimately, his confession.

The show also pulls from a trove of archival audio of the killer from more than 60 hours of cassettes he left behind. Edwards recorded everything, so though he’s been dead for 8 years, the show brings him to life.

“He was a colorful and charismatic man, which is what made him such a successful con artist,” Dean says. “But hearing all this stuff in retrospect is chilling, because we now know what he was.”

Listen to The Clearing, produced by Pineapple Street and Gimlet Media on Spotify, Apple podcasts, or wherever you find your podcasts.

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