Jerry Sandusky Breaks Silence on Sex Scandal; First Casey Anthony Trial Book Hits Stores; Mila Kunis 'Knockout of the Year'
11.15.11 by REELZ
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Accused pedophile Jerry Sandusky proclaimed his innocence last night in an interview with Bob Costas on Rock Center with Brian Williams, but took 17.5 seconds to answer "No" to Costas's question if he was sexually attracted to young boys. Meanwhile, the CEO of Sandusky's Second Mile charity has stepped down and Joe Paterno's name has been removed from the Big Ten trophy.
Jeff Ashton, a prosecutor in the Casey Anthony trial, says the defense team's trial arguments were "a complete crock of crap" in his new book Imperfect Justice, Prosecuting Casey Anthony, published Tuesday. Ashton gets personal, too, calling defense attorney Cheney Mason a "sexist," and says "I genuinely dislike (Casey lead attorney) Jose Baez." Ashton spends the rest of the 322-page book explaining how he lost the slam-dunk case.
GQ has dubbed Mila Kunis the "Knockout of the Year," just days before she is scheduled to attend a Marine Corps Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore.
Zoe Saldana is single after splitting from long-time fiancé Keith Britton.
Former tennis star Anna Kournikova is leaving The Biggest Loser after just one season. While the decision was apparently her own, it's reported she clashed with staffers and was unsympathetic to overweight contestants, with one source close to the show calling her "a nightmare."