You guys aren’t going to believe this, but we have another teacher scandal on our hands as Central High School (Connecticut) special ed teacher Laura Ramos, 31, was charged with second-degree sexual assault after admitting to getting it on with one of her students.
According to WFSB.com, Laura, who is married, was complaining about not getting any from her “guy”, which led to her fulfilling her desires with an 18-year-old special ed student — details from the report:
The arrest warrant states that two weeks ago a student witness went to school officials saying Ramos started texting him first.
Court documents said “as a ‘normal teacher helping a student,’ but about a month to six weeks ago Mrs. Ramos began telling him about her personal problems.”
The documents went on to say “Ms. Ramos would complain that her ‘man’ or ‘guy’ does not want to have sex or do anything with her.”
The student witness told detectives while Ramos never used a name, he believed it was an 18-year-old special education student who is a junior at Central High School.
“Witness 1 noticed the victim would hang out in Ms. Ramos’ class and…would watch them make eyes at each other like flirting,” court documents said.
Ramos initially denied any sexual relations took place (shocker!), but eventually admitted to having sex with the student numerous times in her car.
Oh and if the sex isn’t enough, Laura also asked the kid to buy some marijuana for her, because why not? Her phone already had a ton of incriminating text messages, might as well get some bonus tree out of the relationship.
Laura is looking at potentially 10 years in prison if she’s convicted.
Sam Claflin first took our breath away with his portrayal of Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games franchise, but it’s his sweet moments with his wife, Laura Haddock, that really gets our hearts beating faster. The couple, who welcomed their first child in December 2015, have shared some swoon-worthy moments over the years. Seriously, these two always look so in love whenever they hit the red carpet together. Take a look back at their sweetest snaps.
Smiling can be a hot topic for women. Because Godtopus forgive we only smile when we feel like it. Catcallers and dirty old men around the world seem to think we’re meant to smile whenever they feel like it. Well, master thespians Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon know all the intricacies of smiles. And they’re giving the world a quick and ruthless lesson.
«There are smiles that are weapons,» Linney explains in the NY Times video, «There are smiles that are shields.» And presumably the pair wield both as they exchange roles on the regular in the Broadway production of Lillian Hellman’s 1939 classic, Little Foxes.
This vid is ultimately a promo for a play. But the best bit is when these fierce ladies discuss what’d happen if you flipped the tables on rando dudes and demanded they smile. «They wouldn’t even be offended,» Nixon chuckles, «they would just be so confused.»
The Little Foxes is now on Broadway.
Laura Prepon and Ben Foster are expecting a baby girl. The Orange Is the New Black actress revealed the sex of her unborn baby when she stopped by Live with Kelly and Ryan on Thursday. «It’s so wonderful. It’s such a blessing,» she said reflecting on her first pregnancy. «She likes it here — she’s already kicking!» The pair first sparked romance rumors when they were spotted out together in NYC back in July 2016, and they got engaged three months later. Over the past few months, the parents-to-be have made a handful of sweet red carpet appearances together, including the premiere of Netflix’s Five Came Back in March. Congrats to the happy couple!
What’s going on in America today? A lot of LaVar Ball and Donald Trump so yeah… take your mind off that mess with our college girl of the day, Laura from Western University (Ontario).
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In previous teasers for the Red Nose Day charity special Love Actually sequel, there was no sign of Laura Linney. Of the many characters who were used and abused in the original film, Laura Linney got it the worst. She was *this close* to making it with Rodrigo Santoro, and sacrificed it all to take care of her…
You know how Disney often announces major movie news late Friday afternoon, to the eternal annoyance of entertainment journalists? Well, they do. And they’re not the only ones. Per Variety, feast your eyes:
«What? That’s not major news! That’s just a B-list actor getting cast in the Love Actually sequel. And it’s not even a full sequel—it’s just a ten-minute short film for charity that already aired in the UK. What gives?» Wait, my darling cheese nips. Wait.
Dempsey will join Laura Linney in a scene in the 10-minute piece catching up with the characters 14 years later. He is one of the few cast members of «Red Nose Day Actually» who did not star in the original «Love Actually.» Kate Moss will also be joining the cast despite not having acted in the original film.
Laura Linney’s finally going to get to bone someone. Probably. Granted, Dempsey is a step down from Rodrigo Santoro. Most men are. But Hot Karl punked out after one admittedly pretty awkward sexual encounter, so I’m all for Sarah boning down with a love interest who actually has a spine.
*Did Sarah finally put her brother in a hospital that doesn’t suck?
*Will there be any more scenes in the American airing of Red Nose Day Actually that weren’t in the UK version?
*Why am I still having emotions about Love Actually given A) it’s May and B) I don’t even like this fucking movie?
We’ll find out. Or we won’t. Is this how the world dies?
Big Little Lies‘ finale aired last night and that’s supposed to be that. Most of the questions were answered, and I say “most,” because they didn’t answer two of my most important questions: 1. Why didn’t anyone dress as Audrey Hepburn in Bloodline (her most glamorous look) to that Audrey/Elvis party? And 2. Is Ziggy’s auntie Eleven from Stranger Things, because those two are definitely related.
Big Little Lies was always meant to be a limited-run miniseries, but since it’s a critical and ratings hit, and Nicole Kidman will probably win every award imaginable, there’s been talk about HBO bringing it back for a second season. Jean-Marc Vallée, who directed all seven episodes, doesn’t think they should continue the story, but Reese Witherspoon (who will always be Laura Jeanne Poon to me) and Nicole Kidman do. Oh, I thought of a third question that wasn’t answered. Are Madeline and Ed secretly Monterey’s biggest drug kingpins, because how else can they afford that beach house on a part-time community theater manager and web designer’s salaries? If they do more episodes, they better answer that.
Jean-Marc Vallée said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that if it was up to him, there would be no second season:
To do a season two, I’m not for it. Let’s move on and do something else! If there’s an opportunity to reunite with Reese, Nicole and these characters of course, I’ll be a part of it, but Big Little Lies One is a one-time deal. Big Little Lies Two? Nah. The end is for the audience to talk about. Imagine what you want to imagine and that’s it. We won’t give you a season two because it’s so good like this. Why spoil it?
Sources told TVLine that HBO has no plans to order more episodes.
Reese and Nicole were both executive producers on Big Little Lies. They’ve also optioned Truly Madly Guilty, which is the latest novel written by Liane Moriarty, who wrote the book that the Big Little Lies TV show was based on. Reese said in an Instagram live chat on Friday that they’ve been talking to Liane about ideas for season two and that the fans should spit our their ideas too.
“One of the main questions everyone keeps asking us is, is there going to be a season two. We’ve been talking with the writer, and you guys should Facebook Liane Moriarty and tell her how much you want to see Big Little Lies 2. That would be good. She’s thinking about ideas, and so we would love to hear ideas.”
Nicole Kidman also said that there should be a second season.
I’m with the people screaming NOOOOOO to the idea of a second season. More shows need to be like novelas. They need to end after a few months instead of going on and on for years. Big Little Lies was perfect, and HBO would probably fuck it up True Detective-style if they brought it back for a second season. But since this is Hollywood we’re talking about, I’m sure it’ll be announced next week that Freeform is doing a millennial Big Little Lies reboot starring the cast of Pretty Little Liars. It’s inevitable.
And here’s Nicole wearing a dress made from a twee memaw’s powder room wallpaper while doing kissy poses with Keith Urban at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas last night.
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