Stewart flashes finger at Trump portrait

Stewart flashes finger at Trump portrait


Martha Stewart has given a glimpse of her feelings toward her former reality-TV rival, President Donald Trump.

A photo shared on social media shows Stewart standing between large portraits of Trump and Snoop Dogg at an art fair in New York on Saturday. A photo taken by artist Newlin Tillotson shows Stewart displaying a middle finger toward Trump and a peace sign in Snoop’s direction. The photo was later removed from Tillotson’s account. Stewart shared a photo of herself on her own account giving peace signs to both.

Trump and Stewart engaged in a war of words in 2006 after her ill-fated single season hosting a version of NBC’s “The Apprentice.”

Stewart stars alongside Snoop Dogg in a VH1 cooking show and says they’re currently taping new episodes.

Defense chips away at total ‘Dance Moms’ star hid from court


Defense attorneys for former “Dance Moms” reality star Abby Lee Miller spent the day Monday trying to chip away at about $775,000 in income federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh said she tried to hide from a bankruptcy judge.

The amount is important because it will drive the sentence Miller, 51, receives for her bankruptcy fraud plea last year. Assistant U.S. Attorney Gregory Melucci wants her to spend 21/2 years in prison, while her attorneys are hoping she’ll receive probation.

Melucci contends Miller repeatedly hid her true income – as well as contracts for future income from her TV shows – until her channel-surfing bankruptcy judge saw her on TV and concluded Miller must be making far more than the $8,899 in monthly income she initially declared. The hearing will resume today.

Minaj pays college costs for Twitter fans

Nicki Minaj is putting some fans on scholarship.

After a fan asked the hip-hop star if she would pay his college tuition on Twitter on Saturday night, Minaj agreed to pay fans’ school costs – on the condition that they show her perfect marks. She wrote, “Show me straight A’s that I can verify w/ur school and I’ll pay it.”

A few dozen fans took Minaj up on the offer, posting screenshots of their grades. Minaj replied individually to some throughout the night and agreed to pay other things such as book costs and student loans.

Minaj wrapped up the contest after a few hours, but she promised to do it again in a month or two.

Associated Press

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