Celebs take to streets for historic demonstrations
LOS ANGELES: Celebrities rallied to condemn the police killings of black people and demand justice.
Jamie Foxx stood with activists, proclaiming “we’re not afraid of the moment.” Rubber bullets hit Halsey and Kendrick Sampson. Officers screamed at John Cusack to leave.
Celebrities turned out at intense demonstrations, including one outside a mall where protesters took over a city bus, tagged buildings and burned police cars.
Emily Ratajkowski waved a sign that read “Dismantle power structures of oppression,” Paris Jackson’s sign said “Peace Love Justice” and Machine Gun Kelly said, “Silence is betrayal.”
Ariana Grande tweeted, “we chanted, people beeped and cheered along.”
Las Vegas coroner: Drugs killed ‘Twilight’ actor, girlfriend
LAS VEGAS: Drug use killed actor Gregory Boyce, who appeared as Tyler Crowley in the 2008 film “Twilight” and his girlfriend, the coroner in Las Vegas said Monday.
Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Boyce, 30, and Natalie Adepoju, 27, accidentally died of cocaine and fentanyl intoxication.
The bodies were discovered May 13 after Las Vegas police were summoned to a bedroom in a condominium several miles east of the Las Vegas Strip. Officers reported finding a white powder on the dresser and no evidence of foul play.
Fentanyl has been blamed for illegal-use drug overdose deaths in the U.S.