Near the end of a profile of Amanda Chantal Bacon, founder of the “wellness” brand Moon Juice, the New York Times Magazine noted that many of the alternative-medicine ingredients in her products are sold—with very different branding—on the Infowars store.
That’s the site run by Alex Jones, the radio show host and conspiracy theorist who has said that both the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School and the Boston Marathon bombing were staged. Moon Juice is frequently recommended by Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness blog, Goop; it’s a favorite of Hollywood celebrities and others who can afford things like $25 “activated cashews.” Infowars, on the other hand, is a dark corner of the American right, heavy on guns, light on government intervention, and still very mad at Obama.
Celebrity Jeweler Reveals Blac Chyna Tried to Charge $300,000 To Rob
Ben Baller, the celebrity jeweler responsible for keeping all of your faves blinged-out (including Nas, Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Drake, Justin Bieber — the list goes on), has accused Blac Chyna of trying to scam up $300,000 worth of jewels on Rob Kardashian’s credit card just three days ago.
As you know, Chyna’s attorney Lisa Bloom announced via Twitter that they’ll be seeking a restraining order against Rob on Monday. After telling Lisa to ‘STFU,’ Ben revealed that there’s a lot more happening between Rob & Chyna that we didn’t see.