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Arnold Schwarzenegger Quit "Celebrity Apprentice"

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March 6, 2017
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Quit "Celebrity Apprentice" But Trump Says He Was Fired 

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER is leaving "The New Celebrity Apprentice" after just one season.

On Friday, he said he'd decline another season even if NBC asked him to do it because of the "baggage" caused by DONALD TRUMP.

Naturally, Trump weighed in.  He Tweeted, quote, "[Arnold] isn't voluntarily leaving 'Apprentice', he was fired by his bad (pathetic) ratings, not by me.  Sad end to great show." 

Arnold shot back, quote, "You should think about hiring a new joke writer and a fact checker."

NBC hasn't said if the show is coming back for a 16th season, although half of sponsors from Arnold's season said they won't be back because people were boycotting them over Trump's involvement.

 

Danny Masterson from "That '70s Show" is Being Investigated for Three Alleged Rapes 

The LAPD is investigating three alleged rapes by "That '70s Show" star DANNY MASTERSON in the early 2000s. 

There are also claims that the Church of Scientology is helping him cover it up.  Danny grew up in the church.

This all started when one of the alleged victims approached LEAH REMINI (Rem-uh-ni).  Leah is a former Scientologist, and she has a show on A&E called "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath".

Danny's rep says it's all untrue, and Leah may be using all of this to boost her anti-Scientology show.  These days, Danny is on a Netflix show called "The Ranch" with his "That '70s Show" co-star ASHTON KUTCHER.

 

Are Beyoncé And Jay Z Going To Buy An $85-Million Mansion?

Rumor has it that Beyoncé and Jay Z want to buy an $85 million for a mansion in California.

According “People Magazine,” the couple is “actively looking for the perfect house for their expanding family” and that they may be buying the former home of the late film producer Aaron Spelling.

Aaron Spelling’s wife, Candy told People that the house is the equivalent of a mid-sized hotel and that it was the largest home in Los Angeles County.

The 57,000-square-foot home has a bowling alley, wine cellar, 3 gift-wrapping rooms, a library, gym, doll room, screening room and humidity-controlled silver storage room.”