Alleged Shooter Charged with 142 Counts, Pattinson Kicks Out Stewart; Kobe Hasn't Changed His Ways
07.30.12 by Chris
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James Holmes, the man accused of opening fire inside a Colorado theater last week, was officially charged with 142 counts, including 24 counts of first-degree murder, two counts for each of the 12 people killed. He was also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder, again, two counts for each of the 58 people injured during the shooting. In the courtroom, Holmes appeared dazed and subdued with his eyes wide open during the hearing. He remained quiet except to calmly say "yes" when he asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing. Survivors of the massacre showed up to the hearing wearing Batman shirts. "We will attack back in strength," said one survivor. Holmes faces the death penalty or life in prison.
A week after she publicly apologized for cheating on him, Kristen Stewart has moved out of the L.A. house she shared with boyfriend and Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson. According to People, U-Haul trucks showed up at the home after Pattinson asked Stewart to move out. Sources close to Pattinson say he's heartbroken over Stewart's indiscretion. "The entire thing has been such a blow to Rob. Talk about having his heart ripped out," said the source. "Rob just isn't going to be able to get past the cheating – one time or not." Meanwhile, Rupert Sanders, the married director who was caught cuddling and kissing Stewart, was seen still wearing his wedding ring. Guess we can assume he hasn't been kicked out of his home . . . yet.
Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa, said she was "embarrassed" and "furious" when photos surfaced showing the basketball star shirtless with two younger women. A source claims Bryant was without a shirt because he had spilled a drink on himself and was waiting for someone to bring him a clean shirt. Apparently Vanessa bought it because she kept with her plans to take her two children to London to see their dad play in the Olympics. Guess when in London . . .