Have Police Caught Kim Kardashian's Robbers?

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January 9, 2017

Police Have Arrested Several People Over The Kim Kardashian Robbery

The French police never stopped working on the Kim Kardashian armed robbery case from back in October, and they just had a major breakthrough.

Early this morning, French police apprehended 16 people for questioning over the armed robbery.  The group was picked up in Paris (and its surrounding suburbs) during a massive police operation that started at 6AM this morning. (Paris Time).

You may remember that Kim was robbed at gunpoint inside her hotel room by a gang of men disguised as police officers at a luxury private mansion in Paris.  The men made off with $10 million in cash and jewelry.

Police are optimistic that they have the correct people in custody.


Meryl Streep Went Off on Donald Trump at the "Golden Globes" Last Night 

Nobody's really talking about who won at the "Golden Globes" last night, because they're too busy either praising or condemning the MERYL STREEP speech. 

Meryl got the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, and she took about six minutes to basically bash DONALD TRUMP -- even though she never said his name.

Awards were given out, too.  "La La Land" was the night's big winner, taking home SEVEN Globes.  That's the most for a movie EVER. 

The previous record of six goes all the way back to the '70s, and was shared by "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and "The Midnight Express".


Trump is Tweeting About "Celebrity Apprentice" Ratings 

President-Elect DONALD TRUMP spent a few important minutes on Friday mocking NBC and ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER because "The New Celebrity Apprentice" got off to a rough start in the ratings.

He Tweeted, quote, "Wow, the ratings are in and Arnold Schwarzenegger got 'swamped,' or destroyed by comparison to the ratings machine, Donald J. Trump.  So much for being a movie star.  And that was [his] Season One compared to [my] Season 14 . . . now compare him to my Season One.  But who cares, he supported [John] Kasich and Hillary [Clinton]."

Arnold Tweeted back, quote, "I wish you the best of luck and I hope you'll work for ALL of the American people as aggressively as you worked for your ratings . . . there's nothing more important than the people's work."