AT&T HANGS UP ON TIGER
Tiger Woods has lost another sponsor.
A-T-and-T announced on New Year’s Eve that it has ended its endorsement deal with the disgraced golfer. Tiger had signed a multi-year contract with the company less than a year ago.
Accenture was the first company to dump Tiger. Then Gillette cut back on its relationship with the golfer in advertisements and packaging.
MIKE TYSON NOT CHARGED IN AIRPORT SCUFFLE
Mike Tyson is off the hook for his November run-in with a photographer at L-A-X.
The Los Angeles city attorney’s office has decided not to charge the former heavyweight champ or the photog in the incident.Both men were arrested after the November 11th scuffle.
Tyson was booked on suspicion of battery after photographer Tony Echeverria accused Iron Mike of punching him in the face. Tyson said the paparazzo struck him in an apparent attempt to provoke him. But a spokesperson for L-A’s attorney’s office said there was “insufficient evidence” to charge either man.
TWINS STAYING WITH BROOKE MUELLER
Child Welfare officials have declared Charlie Sheen‘s wife a fit mother, and her twin sons will be allowed to stay with her in Aspen, Colorado for at least a month.
After Brooke Mueller‘s 9-1-1 call accusing Sheen of assaulting her, Pitkin County Social Services paid her a visit. An insider tells People magazine, “The people from the social services agency talked to Brooke, her mom, her step-dad and her nanny, and told them that everything looks good and Brooke appears to be an excellent mother.”
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