Saturday, April 13, 2024

Gossip: Bill Cosby’s Defense Lawyer ‘Practically Gives Up’ During Closing Arguments; Cruz Beckham’s Singing Career Put On Hold By Parents

A lawyer for Bill Cosby all but threw in the towel as he delivered lengthy, rambling closing arguments in the comedian’s sex assault trial.

“I pray to God you’ll do your job better than I did mine,” Brian McMonagle thundered to the panel of seven men and five women.

“If during the course of this trial I have said or done anything that might have offended one of you, hold it against me, not him. Me — not him. I wear my emotions on my sleeve and that’s not good for a lawyer.”

Cruz Beckham’s Singing Career Put On Hold By Parents

Cruz Beckham’s hopes of becoming a pop star have been dashed – by his parents.

The 11-year-old scored a top ten hit over Christmas but David and wife Victoria have decreed that Cruz must hang up his microphone for the foreseeable future and concentrate on his school work instead.

Cruz signed with pop mogul Scooter Braun at the end of last year and tasted success with If Every Day Was Christmas.

But his parents faced a backlash for pushing their children into the spotlight.

And now sources tell me it was never part of David and Victoria’s plan to allow Cruz to become a fully-fledged pop star before he flies the nest.

Cruz is not alone in having to learn to be patient. Big brother Brooklyn, 18, was looking forward to the launch of his photography book, What I See, on May 4. But after his parents insisted he must get his A-levels out of the way first, the release has been delayed until June 29. Brooklyn will head off to college in New York this autumn.
[From The Daily Mail]

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