In today’s Quickies — Stephen Amell, Cassandra Jean, Chris Brown, Erika Jayne, Carl Nassib, Chrissy Teigen, news, and more! Keep scrolling to check out more entertainment and pop culture news.
Stephen Amell was forcibly removed from a flight in Texas — this after allegedly screaming at his wife in front of a plane full of passengers, TMZ has learned.
Sources close to the situation tell us … the Arrow star was escorted off a Delta flight Monday in Austin around 3 PM, following a shouting match with his wife, Cassandra Jean.
We’re told Amell appeared intoxicated, and that his wife ended up burying her face in embarrassment. Our sources say a flight attendant had asked him repeatedly to lower his voice, but he refused … until eventually, an air marshal and 3 other attendants had to give him the heave-ho.
Read more at TMZ.
UPDATE: Stephen Amell has responded to the TMZ story, tweeting:
In Other News — The Headlines
Chris Brown is under investigation in Los Angeles after being accused of “striking” a woman earlier this month. A female victim advised she and the suspect [Brown] argued and the suspect struck her. A crime report for battery was completed. [Us Weekly]
Erika Jayne claps back for not looking expensive at gas station. [People]
Sales of Carl Nassib’s jersey surged after the Las Vegas Raiders defensive end became the first active NFL player to come out as gay. [Bloomberg]
Chrissy Teigen has revealed John Legend has “been everything” to her amid her bullying allegations. [BANG Showbiz]
Pete Davidson is not so sure about his future with SNL. It all depends on scheduling. [Evil Beet Gossip]
Friends star James Michael Tyler‘s stage 4 cancer has moved to his spine “but he’s going to fight this.” [People]
Andrew Yang has conceded the race to replace New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio after it was clear to him that he won’t get enough votes, even with ranked choice voting and absentee ballots yet to be counted. [Boy Culture]
Jay-Z’s debut studio album can’t be sold as an NFT, TMZ reported on Tuesday, with a court issuing a temporary ruling that Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash must call off the sale and halt any planned auctions in the future. [Gizmodo]
Vin Diesel got emotional while opening up about working with his 10-year-old boy Vincent in the action blockbuster, and he explained what it meant having him involved. [BANG Showbiz]