Hollywood Reacts to Santa Monica Shooting Rampage

Athletes fill in for Hollywood actors at Grand Prix parties

The civilian killing machine that keeps on killing. #Newtown #Aurora — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 8, 2013 My heart goes out to all the victims &their families in the SMC shooting. Tragic and Senseless… — Dylan McDermott (@DylanMcDermott) June 8, 2013 Tragic! @ cnn : Six people killed during a shooting rampage in Santa Monica – details on @ cnn TV and updates here: cnn.com/2013/06/07/us/… ” — Denise Richards (@DENISE_RICHARDS) June 8, 2013 Jesus.. All this gun violence.
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TMZ reported Saturday that the 19-year-old singer and his protectors were at a Hollywood hookah lounge when someone approached him to take a photo. A “scuffle” erupted when one of Bieber’s bodyguards tried to stop the person — apparently not a paparazzo — from snapping a picture. The police have opened a misdemeanor battery case investigating the incident. Earlier this week in Miami, Bieber’s entourage was implicated in three different altercations over having his picture taken. In one recorded incident , the singer can be heard shouting, “Grab that camera!!! Get that f***ing camera out of here!!!” In another scuffle, one of Bieber’s bodyguards was accused of choking a photographer.
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Justin Bieber’s bodyguards accused of battery at Hollywood Hookah lounge

Other than Hugh Grant, Paul Walker from the Fast and Furious films, and Jesse Palmer of The Bachelor fame, Montreal’s hot spot restaurants saw few Hollywood stars this year. Rather, the restaurants rollicked and raged thanks to athletes and race-car drivers and, of course, corporate clients galore. At Buonanotte on Saturday night, Magnums of vodka were everywhere along with raised seafood platters with lobster heads, as companies like Playboy and Red Bull entertained top clients.
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