LBN – Sunday, October 1st, 2017

Did you know that LBN is read daily by:   ***3 Nobel Prize winners   ***12 members of the White House staff   ***Over 100 winners of the Academy Award ? …… in all 50 of the United States and 26 foreign countries.
*FREE MAN – O.J. Simpson Released from Jail on Parole

O.J. Simpson was released from a Nevada jail on Sundayafter serving nine years behind bars for armed robbery. Simpson was granted parole in July, and his lawyer has said he plans to move to Florida. Simpson, 70, a former NFL star, was found not guilty in 1995 in the murders of his ex-wife and friend. He went to jail in 2008 for trying to steal sports memorabilia that he claimed was his property.

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*Marilyn Manson Hospitalized After Concert Props Fall on Him

Marilyn Manson’s concern in Manhattan on Saturday night ended early after two stage props fell on top of him. Manson had to be hospitalized, and it reportedly took “several minutes” for officials to retrieve Manson from underneath the props, which were in the shape of guns. The incident occurred about an hour into Manson’s show at the Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom. His exact injuries and condition are not yet known.

*NEW ERA – Saudi Authorities Go After Twitter User for Women Drivers Threat

Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor has issued an arrest warrant for a Twitter user who called for individuals who support women driving in the country to be killed. The user, who has not been named, reportedly referred to men who support women drivers as “cuckolds who should be killed.” His comments came days after a royal decree from King Salman ended a long-time ban on women driving, a move that prompted outrage among some Saudis. Another man is facing arrest after threatening to attack female drivers in a video clip posted online after the decree. The public prosecutor has vowed to monitor for such threats and take action against those who “incite attacks against society and violations of the rights of others.”

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*Blogger Turns Skin Removed in Designer Vagina Surgery into Necklace: 

Controversial blogger Tracy Kiss has taken upcycling to a whole new level by using her own labia as jewelry. Tracy, from London had surgery to remove excess skin from her labia after suffering 29 years of painful problems, and decided to use it, not lose it. Tracy explained to Metro how she first realized something was wrong after feeling a burning sensation down below after exercising. Her doctor diagnosed a cyst caused by friction because of the excess skin on her labia and she was advised to have it removed. After the operation, Tracy asked her surgeon if she could keep the skin and proudly displayed it at home in a jar full of surgical fluid. Tracy explained: “I have kept my labia in a jar since my surgery to celebrate my freedom from pain as it took me 29 years to realize that anything was wrong with my tender protruding labia because nobody has ever talked about it.”

*LBN-NOTICED:   ***Caitlyn Jenner and close pal Ronda Kamihara at Classified, United’s invitation-only restaurant at Newark Airport.   ***Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the opening of Compartes Chocolatier in LA .

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*LBN-R.I.P.:   ***S.I. Newhouse Jr., who as the owner of The New Yorker, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Architectural Digest and other magazines wielded vast influence over American culture, fashion and social taste, died on Sunday at his home, a family spokesman said. He was 89. Mr. Newhouse, known as Si, and his younger brother, Donald, inherited an impressive publishing empire from their father, Solomon I. (“Sam”) Newhouse, and built it into one of the largest privately held fortunes in the United States, with estimates of the family wealth running over $12 billion at the turn of the 21st century. While Donald led the more profitable newspaper and cable television operations, Si took charge of the more glamorous magazine division.   ***Monty Hall, the genial host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal,” the game show on which contestants in outlandish costumes shriek and leap at the chance to see if they will win the big prize or the booby prize behind door No. 3, died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday. He was 96. A daughter, Joanna Gleason, confirmed his death. She said the cause was heart failure.


*LBN-OVERHEARD:   ***Hugh Hefner will be buried next toMarilyn Monroe, the Hollywood star whose radiant looks helped launch his publishing career. The Playboy founder, who died Wednesday from natural causes at age 91, purchased the crypt next to Monroe’s at L.A. cemetery Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park for $75,000 in 1992.   ***Al Gore will be conspicuously absent from the 25th anniversary celebration of the winning Clinton-Gore presidential ticket in Little Rock, Ark., in November. James Carville, who ran the pair’s 1992 campaign, will moderate a program with Bill and Hillary Clinton on Nov. 18. Carville says in the invitation to the weekend at the Clinton Presidential Center, “I remember like it was yesterday, the feeling of being part of the team that put people first.”   ***Performer Cher filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, alleging that Los Angeles billionairePatrick Soon-Shiong and others duped her into selling her shares in a promising drug company at a fraction of the stock’s value. In January 2016, Cher sold her shares in a Florida-based biopharmaceutical company, Altor, at $1.50 each — for a total of $450,000 — which the suit described as “an unreasonably below-market price.” She sold her shares back to the company.