I got an e-mail tip about some classic snitching from the white trash spectacle that is the Carter family.
Seriously, they make Flavor of Love look classy.
Nick Carter, Paris Hilton's old sperm donor and washed Backstreet Boy, blew up Paris' spot after the British press photographed weed in her purse.
- "She relied heavily on drugs and drink to give her confidence in the bedroom and was more often than not too wasted to even perform.
"I lost count of the nights I had to pick her off the floor and drag her to bed passed out.
"If she was going overseas she'd cut a hole in her teddy and stuff it with cannabis. She had to have her own private stash with her at all times regardless of the consequences."
If you've seen her shitty sex tape you knew this already. I can't give that fool Snitch of the Week because anyone can snitch on Paris. That shit takes the same amount of courage as it does to be a Backstreet Boy.
- There was also the Ex-German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder who wrote a new book saying that George W. Bush's frequent references to God in their meetings before the Iraq war had made him wary of the U.S. president's political decisions.
When your belief system frightens a German leader you know that shit is out of control. I didn't even know Germans could get scared.
Is Bush really that gully?
But he's not the Snitch of the Week because we kind of already knew Bush was asking Jesus to guide him.
- The real Snitch of the Week goes to Robert and Donald Hughes who are suing Fox and Prison Break's executive producer and creator, Paul Scheuring for copyright infringement in U.S. District Court in Jefferson City.
All this is from the article,
- In a federal lawsuit, they say their agent sent Fox a manuscript in 2001 chronicling their experiences and the network wasn't interested in it. So they were surprised when, last fall, Fox began airing "Prison Break."
"It's a classic case of the rich trampling on the poor," Donald Hughes, 63, told The Associated Press. seeks unspecified damages and other costs from Fox and the show's executive producer and creator, Paul Scheuring.
In May 1964, 16-year-old Robert Hughes was wrongfully held in juvenile detention after his mentally ill mother, who suffered from paranoid delusions, told authorities he had threatened her with an ice pick during a family argument. She later recanted, but he was ordered to serve time until he was 21.
Donald Hughes, then 20, planned an escape and sprang his younger brother two months later. For the next four years, the brothers were fugitives, working jobs when they could and dodging authorities throughout the nation.
That shit is extra grimy. But Fox likes to share.
Robert and Donald Hughes for your true prison breaking and snitching on Fox right before Sweeps Month kicks off, you are the Snitch of the Week.