The murder has received precious little national media coverage.
Remember the absolute failure that was the overhyped, under-delivered Fyre Festival? Just under a year from that fateful weekend, the business bro responsible is being held accountable. Per a report from the New York Times, festival organizer Billy McFarland pleaded guilty to fraud on Tuesday in New York. Show More Summary
Photo shoots at malls and places like arts & crafts or home improvement stores can be fun. As a matter of fact, they seem to be gaining in popularity. But one photographer and model took it a bit too far and got arrested over a nude photo shoot at a crowded mall. Show More Summary
Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland pleaded guilty to wire-fraud charges on Tuesday. The 26-year-old was arrested in June 2017 after being accused of misleading investors who poured more than $1 million into Fyre Media. McFarland...Show More Summary
The Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland pleaded guilty to wire-fraud charges on Tuesday. The 26-year-old was arrested in June after being accused of misleading investors who poured money into Fyre Media. McFarland admitted to defrauding...Show More Summary
University of Southern California wide receiver Joseph Lewis IV has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to five misdemeanors stemming from two alleged domestic violence attacks last month
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The man accused of stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar trophy pleaded not guilty Wednesday and will fight the felony charge.
Megan Barry resigned after pleading guilty to theft associated with her affair.
A former pastor in Indiana pleaded guilty to drug and sex charges, the South Bend Tribune reported Wednesday. James Irwin, 68, pleaded guilty to felony charge of dealing in a controlled substance and misdemeanor charge of patronizing a prostitute. Irwin, the former director of the Care and Share...
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry agreed to resign on Tuesday as part of a plea deal regarding a felony theft charge, about one month after admitting to an extramarital affair with her bodyguard. The Tennessee politician had initially planned to stay in office following the revelation that she had an intimate relationship with Sgt. Show More Summary
Two more Navy officers pleaded guilty in the scandal known as the Fat Leonard case according to Stars & Stripes; Cmdr. Jason Starmer pleaded guilty to willful dereliction of duty, patronizing a prostitute and adultery. He was sentenced to 60 days restriction at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, fined $3,000 and will receive a punitive […]
The promoter of the failed Fyre Festival in the Bahamas—once billed as the "cultural experience of the decade"—pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges Tuesday, agreeing to serve up to a decade in prison for lying to investors who lost over $26 million. Billy McFarland, 26, entered the plea...
Fyre Fest organizer Billy McFarland has pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud. McFarland originally pleaded not guilty in October. TMZ reports that the two counts are connected to funds McFarland acquired from the festival's investors, and according to the report, prosecutors say the funds in question totaled over a million dollars.
Cruz's attorney has said he will plead guilty if prosecutors take the death penalty off the table
Adam Purinton has pleaded guilty to shooting two Indian nationals, one fatally, in a Kansas bar in 2017. Witnesses said Purinton, who is white, yelled "Get out of my country!" before opening fire. Ashley Arnold reports for CBS affiliate KCTV.
Billy McFarland, 26, pled guilty to two counts of wire fraud and agreed to pay restitution of $26 million to the Fyre Festival's investors. He faces a maximum prison sentence of 20 years for each count, though he will probably get eight to ten years.
Yoselyn Ortega has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2012 stabbing deaths of two children in her care
He reportedly faces up to 40 years in prison
Former New York State Sen. George D. Maziarz (R-Niagara) will avoid a criminal trial next week after pleading guilty on Friday to hiding salary payments to a disgraced former staffer, The Buffalo News reported. Former Sen. Maziarz, 64, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of “filing a false...