Farrah’s longtime lover and father of her son Redmond, appeared on ‘The View’ this morning in an incredibly emotional interview — you’ll never believe what he says he did in Farrah’s final hours — read on to find out and watch the video.
Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O’Neal had a tumultuous relationship and many believe that Ryan was an absolutely terrible father to this three children. On The View on May 1, Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked Ryan what he said to Farrah while she was in bed dying and he actually told her what he said.
Redmond O’Neal was arrested for the second time on drug charges, Farrah would be so disappointed!
On Tuesday morning, Santa Monica police pulled over Redmond O’Neal for running a red light and found heroin in his car. According to the Los Angeles Times, the 26-year-old son of Farrah Fawcett was arrested for alleged heroin possession and violating his probation. We think it’s so sad that he’s disgracing his mother’s legacy.
Gone, and now forgotten: The ’80s teen heartthrob was left out of the Academy’s “In Memoriam” tribute. Didn’t he deserve to be included?
Wow. There are always a few names that get left out of the tribute. But did the Academy snub Corey Haim? Last year, we were shocked when Farrah Fawcett was no where to be found in the montage of stars who have passed away, and this year we were surprised to find Corey’s face missing. What was the Academy thinking?
Is Tori really psychic, or is she just trying to promote her new book by saying the late Farrah Fawcett has been in contact?
Enough is ENOUGH, Tori Spelling. Your TMI-moments this week are too much! If your 90210 co-stars do hate you, as you revealed earlier this week, or by announcing that you think your hubby, Dean McDermott, is going to cheat on you, well, shouldn’t that be private? But this new report takes the cake – even if it DOES appear in your new book! Farrah Fawcett simply did NOT contact you from beyond the grave – and it sucks that you’d make something like that up!
Redmond O’Neal—how could you let your mom down by possessing drugs again—now you’ve been ordered back to jail for at least 30 days!
Get a grip, Redmond. It’s time to grow up—you’re 24-years-old, and it’s time to get clean from drugs for good. You’ve already been in jail for six months and rehab three times. Now, on your first 24-hour pass out of court-ordered drug rehab, you get arrested on a drug felony charge for possession… again!
Isn’t it finally time to make something out of your life and make your mom, Farrah Fawcett, proud of you? Wasn’t it enough that you weren’t able to see her while she was dying? Wasn’t that enough to give you the guts and gumption to kick your drug addiction for good? Read more