Child welfare officials were called to the Octomom's California home after someone claimed her children were not safe. Nadya Suleman is Octomom's real name and her hairstylist reportedly told police her home was a mess and there was only one working toilet. Upon further inspection police say there was no evidence that Suleman's Southern California home was dirty or that any of the 14 children were in danger.
Britney Spears May Need Some Looking After
Britney Spears' fiance is taking on a new role in her life. According to People Magazine, Jason Trawick was approved as a co-conservator for Spears. An attorney says Spears asked that her fiance be given legal authority over her well being. Trawick will not have any legal control over the singers money, her father and attorney will still oversee her finances.
Bobby Brown will not face any additional jail time for his DUI arrest in March. He pleaded no contest Wednesday to one count of driving with a blood alcohol level above 0.8 and in return, prosecutors dropped the DUI charge. Bobby must also complete a 90 day alcohol program.
Ryan Leaf on the Run
Authorities in Texas have issued two arrest warrants for NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf declaring him a fugitive. Warrants were issued Monday for charges of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud.
Some of college footballs best may be heading off to the pro's. the NFL draft is in full swing and some of leagues round one picks include Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III from Baylor who is heading to the Washington Redskins and Standford's Andrew Luck who was snatched up by the Indianapolis Colts. Rounds two and three will kick off Friday.