Monday May 21, 2018
Today's Tabloid News

Starbucks Customers Fear New Restroom Policy Will Turn Coffee Shop Into ‘Homeless Camp’

Everyone is welcome at your neighborhood Starbucks. This includes just hanging out or using the bathroom. The policy change comes five weeks after two black men who did not purchase anything were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks.  More…

This late actress had the best rent deal in NYC

When Patricia O’Grady moved into the top floor of a Greenwich Village walk-up in 1955, she and her three roommates helped sweep the hallway in exchange for a discounted rent of $16 a month. With O’Grady gone, the building owner will be gutting and renovating the apartment, renting it out as a two-bedroom in the $5,000 range.  More…

Vanessa Trump’s street gang romance revealed

Vanessa Trump — who became part of America’s first family in 2017 as the wife of Donald Trump Jr. — was known at the Dwight School for her bright smile, model looks and outstanding ability on its tennis courts. But on weekends, she drove high school sweetheart Valentin Rivera — who has since served various prison terms for assault, weapons offenses and negligent homicide.  More…

Aaron Schlossberg runs scared from cameras outside home

The Midtown lawyer who was caught on video hurling racist comments at Spanish-speaking restaurant workers refused to comment outside his home Thursday while shielding himself from reporters. Aaron Schlossberg, 42, ducked all questions regarding his Tuesday afternoon tirade at the Fresh Kitchen food joint on Madison Avenue near East 39th Street.  More…

The royal family has already made a huge mistake

The royal family made a huge mistake in not sending a member of the household to see Meghan Markle’s dad before the wedding, according to a top etiquette expert. The royal wedding fiasco sums up what happens when the royal household is not used to commoners marrying into the family.  More…

Delta apologizes for tying woman with MS to wheelchair

A woman with multiple sclerosis wants Delta Air Lines to improve its service for disabled passengers after she claims she was tied to a wheelchair following an international flight earlier this month.  More…

Hero dog jumps into pool to save his best friend

Trump doc says president’s men raided his office after he revealed use of hair growth drug

Three men, including President Trump’s former bodyguard and one of his company’s lawyers, showed up at his Manhattan doctor’s office last year and confiscated the president’s medical records. Dr. Harold Bornstein said the “raid” happened two days after he told a reporter that he had prescribed a hair loss drug for the intricately coiffed commander-in-chief.  More…

Ann Curry: I warned NBC to ‘keep an eye’ on Matt Lauer

Former “Today” show co-host Ann Curry claims she told two members of NBC management in 2012 they “had a problem” with Matt Lauer “and they needed to keep an eye on him and how he deals with women. NBC claims it has no record of her warning.”  More…

Use of DNA in serial killer probe sparks privacy concerns

Investigators who used a genealogical website to find the ex-policeman they believe is a shadowy serial killer and rapist who terrified California decades ago call the technique ground-breaking. But others say it raises troubling legal and privacy concerns for the millions of people who submit their DNA to such sites to discover their heritage.  More…

Texas Dem group crops Melania out of viral presidents photo

Democratic Party members in Lubbock, Texas, have been getting blasted on Facebook for cropping First Lady Melania Trump out of a now-viral picture from Barbara Bush’s funeral. In a statement, they said “Melania Trump cropped out of viral photo was ‘an honest mistake’ by Lubbock Co. Democratic Party.”  More…

NYPD sergeant blames beatdown on Starbucks feeding homeless

An NYPD sergeant urged a Midtown Starbucks to stop giving free food to the homeless after dozens of disturbance calls at the location. But the coffeehouse ignored the warning and that same cop wound up being assaulted by a vagrant — who was angry over the quality of his free croissant.  More…

Tina Brown wants no part of Charlie Rose’s #MeToo redemption series

Disgraced CBS anchor Charlie Rose is being slated to star in a show where he’ll interview other high-profile men who have also been toppled by #MeToo scandals. Writer and women’s advocate Tina Brown confirmed that she was recently approached to produce a #MeToo atonement series starring Rose, but wants no part of it.  More…

Chicago Is Trying to Pay Down Its Debt by Impounding Innocent People’s Cars

Chicago police pulled Spencer Byrd over for a broken turn signal. Byrd says his signal wasn’t broken, but that detail would soon be the least of his worries. Ever since, Byrd has been trapped in one of the city’s most confusing bureaucratic mazes, deprived of his car and his ability to work. He now owes the city thousands of dollars for the pleasure.  More…

Starbucks under investigation over hidden camera in bathroom

Police have launched an investigation after a camera was discovered last week inside a restroom at a Starbucks store in an Atlanta suburb. A 25-year-old customer reportedly found the device Tuesday, taped under a baby changing station.  More…