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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Bizarre Manti Te’o tale validates my cynical nature

In this Sept. 15, 2012 photo, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o points to the sky as he leaves the field after a 20-3 win against Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich. In a shocking announcement, Notre Dame said Te'o was duped into an online relationship with a woman whose "death" from leukemia was faked by perpetrators of an elaborate hoax. (AP Photo/South Bend Tribune, James Brosher) MANDATORY CREDIT

In my quieter moments, I sometimes wonder why I’m so cynical. Trust me, the thought always passes, but I have asked myself why I can’t get on board the way other people can.

Why couldn’t I, a cancer survivor, concentrate on all the good work Lance Armstrong was doing in the fight against the disease? (Because the money he raised was built on a steaming pile of lies and syringes.)

Why was I so quick to cast doubt on a 16-year-old swimmer who won an Olympic gold medal by swimming her final leg faster than the men’s champion did in the same event? (Because the sport’s dirty history demands doubt.)

Why couldn’t I have celebrated Tim Tebow as a good kid instead of dwelling on the fact he’s a below-average quarterback? (Because being a good quarterback, not a Tebowing proselytizer, is sort of the whole idea in the NFL.)

Why couldn’t I trust college-football coaches when so many fans think college football is just about the greatest thing there is? (Because most of the coaches turn out to be like the latest snake, new Eagles boss Chip Kelly, late of the University of Oregon.)

Why do I have to question everything? (You mean like I am right now?)

Then the Manti Te’o story comes along, and my faith in cynicism is renewed.

By now, you’ve likely heard the head-scratching news: Lennay Kekua, the girlfriend of Notre Dame’s All-American linebacker who died of leukemia in September — the woman who launched 1,000 heartfelt stories about the grieving star — never existed. The school and Te’o say he was the victim of a hoax.

It’s a bizarre tale that raises twice as many questions as it answers.

Why did Te’o refer to Kekua as his “girlfriend’’ if the two of them, as Notre Dame’s athletic director says, had never met?

Why did Te’o’s father say his son and Kekua occasionally met in Hawaii?

If Te’o were so devoted to Kekua, why didn’t he visit her in the hospital or go to her wake/funeral?

Why did Te’o continue to talk about her publicly after he became aware of the hoax?

A former teammate told ESPN, that Fighting Irish players knew the woman wasn’t Te’o’s girlfriend, thought Te’o had met her just once and believed that the linebacker played along with the story as it became bigger.

Here is what I have come to believe after 30 years of doing what I do: The first instinct, the instinct not to swallow what is being ladled out to you, is usually the right one. Especially at places such as Notre Dame, where the narrative is built on a warm cushion of mythology, never mind the dead football videographer or the girl who committed suicide after accusing a Notre Dame player of sexually assaulting her.

I don’t always feel good about the way I am, but I’m glad more often that not that I am skeptical and cynical. When you view people as human, you’re a lot less likely to be hoodwinked or disappointed.

I’m not saying I wouldn’t have fallen for the Te’o story. If I had sat down with him and he had talked about his deceased girlfriend, I would have written that column without a second thought. And I can’t think of a reason I would have questioned his story.

I had the opportunity to write about Te’o’s last home game in November, but had an immediate aversion to it. There was something too much about it. Too many adoring fans. Too Hollywood an ending. Too Notre Dame. I wrote about the Irish’s road to the national title game instead.

Why the cynicism? Because I believe we’ve gone so far in building up athletes that they’re almost unrecognizable as human beings.

Have you ever met someone who is completely honest, loyal, nonjudgmental, understanding, sensitive, giving, patient, selfless and gracious? Neither have I. Even the people we most like, appreciate and look up to have their shortcomings. That’s because they’re human.

But then I hear Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick refer to Te’o as “the single most trusting human I’ve ever met.’’

Isn’t it funny that whenever a coach, GM or athletic director talks about someone as “the nicest” or “the smartest” or the something-est, it invariably is the best player on the team? It’s never the ball boy or the student manager or the third-string center. Why do we feel the need to heap superlatives on someone who, because of ­genetics, can jump higher or run faster than other people?

We really, really wanted to believe the story about Te’o’s ­girlfriend, didn’t we?

Better to approach sports with an arched eyebrow. You’ll save yourself a lot of pain.

Who’s Who in the Manti Te’o 
Fake Dead Girlfriend Scandal

Manti Te'oThe story of the celebrated Notre Dame linebacker whose tragic story turned out to be a hoax has captured the nation’s attention. Here’s a guide to the major players in the scandal, real and otherwise:

Manti Te’o

A star Notre Dame linebacker who helped the Irish to a nearly undefeated season, Manti Te’o was a respected student with a tragic personal story: the deaths of his grandmother and his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, in early September, which only helped him play harder. That is, however, until an investigation by the sports blog Deadspin revealed that Kekua never existed.  Te’o reportedly spoke at length about his relationship with her, how they would write letters and talk on the phone while she fought leukemia after surviving a serious car accident. Te’o's family even referred to her as their potential daughter-in-law. But now Teo says he’s the victim of a hoax: In a statement following Deadspin’s investigation, Te’o says he “developed an emotional relationship with a woman I met online,” which contradicts a previously reported story that Te’o and Kekua met after a Stanford-Notre Dame football game in Palo Alto.

Lennay Kekua

The supposed girlfriend of Notre Dame football star Manti Te’o, Kekua was reportedly a student at Stanford who had met the linebacker after a Stanford-Notre Dame game in 2009. In April, 2012, soon after the two began dating, Kekua was injured in a car crash; later, she was diagnosed with leukemia. Sports Illustrated reported that Te’o would call Kekua in the hospital, and he told ESPN that she wrote him letters when she was sick. Kekua reportedly died Sept. 11 or Sept. 12, within hours of the death of Te’o's grandmother, Annette Santiago.

But according to Deadspin, there is no Social Security Administration record of Kekua’s death, nor are there any obituary or funeral announcements in any newspapers. The Stanford student newspaper didn’t mention her, and the registrar’s office has no record that a Lennay Kekua ever enrolled. There are no reports of car accidents involving Kekua and no record of her birth. Photographs identified as Kekua in news reports and online are pictures from the social media accounts of another woman who has never met Te’o.

Though the South Bend Tribune reported that the couple met after a football game outside Palo Alto, Deadspin reports that the first interaction between Te’o and Kekua was on Twitter, when @MTeo_5 tweeted at @lovalovaloveYOU that it was nice to meet her.

In a statement issued Wednesday, Te’o said he had met Kekua online and had only communicated with her online and by phone.

Koa Kekua

Lennay Kekua’s older brother, according to a Sports Illustrated cover story on Manti Te’o, although further reports are mixed. SI (which, like TIME and TIME.com, is owned by Time Warner) referred to him as “Kainoa” Kekua in a Bowl Championship Series preview article about Te’o. In a Jan. 17 post on SI.com, in which journalist Peter Thamel shared the transcripts of his interviews with Te’o in the aftermath of Deadspin’s exposé, Koa is referred to as “Noa,” and is identified as Lennay’s twin brother. It was Koa, Te’o told Sports Illustrated according to Thamel’s transcript, who broke the news that Lennay had died:

“I remember I went to class and went to workouts and after workouts, right before I was about to come into meetings, I got a text message from her phone but it was her brother. Every time her brother texts me he just says, ‘Bro.’ I was like, ‘Why is her brother texting me?’ Then I get a phone call from her older brother’s phone. He’s just crying. And immediately I felt like, ‘Oh my Gosh, what just happened.’ And then he told me, ‘She’s gone bro.’”

U’ilani Rae Kekua

Reportedly the sister of Lennay Kekua. Te’o publicly tweeted at U’ilani’s Twitter account, welcoming her to the social media network, on Nov. 4; her account also tweeted memorial messages at Lennay’s Twitter following her supposed death. According to TMZ, a die-hard Notre Dame supporter who only wanted to be identified as “Jan” reportedly met U’ilani through Twitter; when she tried to arrange a meeting at the Nov. 24 Notre Dame-USC game, she was instead met by a former high school football star and apparent friend of the Te’o family named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who told her Jan was unable to attend the game. According to TMZ:

Jan tells us Ronaiah was with a little girl during the USC meeting who they called Pookah – and together, they explained how Lennay’s sister couldn’t come down to visit, so U’ilani sent them instead. Jan says Ronaiah “made it seem as if he was a member of Lennay’s family.”

After two other Twitter users made comments alleging the U’ilani account was fake and operated by the person behind the Lennay account, the U’ilani account immediately disappeared. Deadspin identified the woman in photos of U’ilani as Donna Tei, who reportedly has family connections to Ronaiah Tuiasosopo.

Ronaiah Tuiasosopo

A star football player as a student at Paraclete High in Lancaster, Calif., Tuiasosopo, now 22, leads the church band at Oasis Christian Church of the Antelope Valley, where his father is pastor, and posts his performances of secular and religious songs online. Tuiasosopo, according to Deadspin, comes from a prominent football family — among his relatives are former NFL defensive lineman Manu Tuiasosopo and NFL guard Fred Matua, who died last August at age 28 from heart-related issues. Tuiasosopo knows Te’o, at least somewhat; the Notre Dame football star retweeted him in May 2012 and wished him a happy birthday in June. Tuiasosopo tweeted about having a “great night with my bro @MTeo_5″ on Nov. 23, after allegedly attending a Notre Dame-USC game as an on-field guest.

According to Deadspin, in December 2012, Tuiasosopo asked his classmate, identified by the pseudonym “Reba,” to take a picture of herself for his cousin, who he said had been in a car accident and thought she was pretty. Reba obliged, and the photo later appeared as the profile image on a Twitter account allegedly belonging to Lennay Kekua. When Reba called Tuiasosopo to see how her photo had ended up there, he ”immediately began acting weird,” she told Deadspin; the photo was removed moments after they spoke.

Tuiasosopo was also in a car accident a month before Kekua’s alleged accident, Deadspin reported. The blog claimed that Tuiasosopo had created the fake online pesona of Lennay Kekua as early as 2008, and is likely behind  those of Koa and U’ilani Rae Kekua as well.


A pseudonymous source for the Jan. 16 article on the sports blog Deadspin that exposed the alleged hoax, who claimed to be familiar with both Manti Te’o and Ronaiah Tuiasosopo. “Frieda” told Deadspin that in December 2012, she had suggested on Twitter that things didn’t quite add up with Te’o's alleged girlfriend, Lennay Kekua. She said Tuiasosopo and Te’o were “family, or at least family friends,” and that the Tuiasosopos had been on-field guests at a Nov. 24 Notre Dame-USC game in Los Angeles. The University of Southern California could not confirm this, but Tuiasosopo reportedly tweeted on Nov. 23, “Great night with my bro @MTeo_5! #Heisman #574L” — suggesting the two saw each other during Te’o's trip to L.A. Tuiasosopo’s Twitter account has since been deleted.


A pseudonymous source for Deadspin‘s article, “Reba” says she is the woman whose photographs the Lennay Kekua account used as its own. After identifying the woman, Deadspin contacted her and broke news of the investigation. Reba, who lives in Torrance, Calif., told Deadspin she was horrified to learn she was a part of the apparent hoax. Whoever produced Kekua’s Twitter account had lifted photos from Reba’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, Deadspin reports, although they appeared to have been altered enough to prevent reverse image searches from making the connection. One photograph, however, hadn’t been published on social media: a picture of Reba holding up a sign that read “MSMK” that she took at the request of her former classmate, Ronaiah Tuiasosopo. He said the photo was for his cousin, an admirer of Reba. According to Deadspin, friends and family of Tuiasosopo believe he is most likely behind the Lennay account.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Queen – Greatest Hits – 1991

Queen was a rock band formed in 1970 in London by guitarist Brian May, the singer Freddie Mercury and drummer Roger Taylor, with bassist John Deacon completing the lineup the following year.

The band noted for their musical diversity, multi-layered arrangements, vocal harmonies and incorporation of audience participation during their live performances. They are considered pioneers in the development of hard rock and heavy metal, incorporating elements of glam rock, progressive rock, folk, blues, pop and even reggae. His performance at the Live Aid concert in 1985 was chosen through a survey as the best musical rock performance of all time.

Queen enjoyed success in Britain in the early '70s with the albums Queen and Queen II, but it was with the release of Sheer Heart Attack in 1974 and A Night At The Opera the following year that the band reached international success. Released 15 studio albums, five live albums and numerous compilations. Since Mercury's death and Deacon's retirement, May and Taylor have been presented together occasionally at special events and TV shows as guest musicians and other artists and / or bands. From 2004 to 2009 worked with Paul Rodgers under the name Queen + Paul Rodgers. Queen has sold approximately 300 million copies worldwide.

Queen was named the thirteenth best hard rock artist in a list compiled by VH1 (VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock list).

Greatest Hits II

A month before Freddie's death, on 28 October 1991, EMI had released the second biggest hits compilation, Greatest Hits II, which included 17 of the biggest hits of the band between 1981 and 1991. This album debuted at number one on the charts selling UK. Interestingly started down positions: in the second week dropped to number 2 (at the top was Enya), the following No. 3 (in the week of Genesis We Can not Dance was ranked first), but the most curious , in the fourth week the album fell to sixth place (in that week Dangerous Michael Jackson made a triumphant entry at number one). Obviously, now in its fifth week, the album returned to the top (this time with higher sales) and remained in that position for another 4 weeks. In total, the album was five weeks at the top, and with only 8 weeks on the charts, was the third best selling album of 1991, after receiving the quadruple platinum by 1,200,000.

However successful Greatest Hits II was even higher in other European countries. In Holland, the album went to number one in the last two weeks of 1991, and remained in that position until early March 1992 (a total of 11 consecutive weeks). In May of that year, the album went to the top, this time two weeks to complete the term of 13 at the top. The album was certified platinum in May 1997 (500,000 copies). In this country, The Miracle and Innuendo had reached number one, remaining 3 and 4 weeks respectively in that position.

Other Highlights: The disc reached number one in Switzerland (11 weeks), Austria (3 weeks), Finland, Italy (12 weeks), Spain (8 weeks), France (4 weeks) and Portugal. It also reached number two in Germany and Sweden. Queen also was the best-selling band between 1991 and 1992 in the UK, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Portugal and France, among others.

Well, they say that it is better to give than receive, so my birthday will always amount to discs that people like so cd is out and not in Lp, so I leave this here for you to enjoy music lovers.

Taking account I think this was my third CD'S bought out of my pocket, which unfortunately in a Expoventa take me my machine and my cd's stolen the disc and left me alone cover over time I saw him buying online and when instead I put on this disc are the four themes that I like this grouping, which are A KIND OF MAGIC, RADIO GAGA, UNDER PRESSURE and I WANT TO BREAK FREE ... There are others, but these are the ones that never missing in my compilation of the 80's

Well as I always say, enjoy!!



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Monday, January 14, 2013

Golden Globes: Jodie Foster hints at being gay, retirement in strange 'lonely' speech

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That was the question on Golden Globes watchers minds, on two totally separate topics, following Jodie Foster's rambling speech Sunday night.

Those two topics: Is she gay, and is she ... retiring?

There were a lot of memorable moments during the 2013 Golden Globes, but probably the most head-scratching was Foster's lengthy acceptance speech after receiving the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement.

Foster, 50, noted that she did her "coming out in the Stone Age" and revealed herself as a "single woman," before talking about her life in terms of reality television.

"Now, apparently, I'm told that every celebrity is expected to honor the details of their private life with a press conference... You guys might be surprised, but I'm not Honey Boo Boo child," she continued. "If you have been a public figure from the time that you were a toddler... then maybe you, too, might value privacy above all else. Privacy."

Foster also unleashed a deeper sense of sadness behind the veil of her Hollywood existence, saying that she wants "to be seen, to be understood deeply, and to be not so very lonely," and offered a shout-out to her mother, who is seemingly at the end of her life:

"I love you, I love you, I love you, and I hope if I say that three times, then one of those times will sink in and you will believe you were a good mother," she said.

The star also hinted at retirement from acting by stating that she would not be returning to this stage, or any stage, and moved much of the star-studded crowd to tears.

"It's just that from now on, I may be holding a different talking stick," Foster said.

Throughout her clearly rehearsed, but still somewhat nonsensical, onstage stream of sentences, eyebrows were being raised backstage, with many wondering what on earth she was really trying to say. 

And then once backstage, Foster backtracked completely on her perplexing words about ending her life in front of the lens, and seemed shocked that it was interpreted that she was retiring.

"Oh, no, that's so funny," she responded. "You couldn't drag me away. And I'd like to be directing tomorrow."

Yet when asked if she was concerned about her strange speech being the subject of speculation post-Golden Globes, Foster didn't waste a moment in saying no.

"It stands for itself and it's an expression of who I am and what I'm thinking and feeling," she said.

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Best Golden Globes Jokes: 'SNL' Reunion And 'Dog President'

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig put on an improv master class, while Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler star in an awesome fake movie.

Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell at the 70th annual Golden GlobesKristen Wiig and Will Ferrell at the 70th annual Golden Globes

If the jokes at this year's Golden Globes had Adele "pissing" herself laughing, it's safe to say there was some pretty funny stuff coming off the stage at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual awards show Sunday evening.

That may have been hard to believe, though, after co-host Amy Poehler made the sobering revelation in the first five minutes of the show that when left untreated, the HFPA can lead to cervical cancer.

Poehler and her former "SNL" castmate Tiny Fey opened the show with some zingers — but not too many, in fear that, like Ricky Gervais, running afoul of the HFPA would force them to accept the punishment of hosting the show at least two more times. They praised Kathryn Bigelow's authority on the subject of torture ("I would trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron") and Anne Hathaway's role in "Les Misérables" ("I haven't seen someone so totally alone and abandoned since you were onstage with James Franco at the Oscars").

"Dog President"
Of all the movies and television shows that were honored with nominations, this production got the biggest shaft in the awards department. Fey and Poehler dressed up as fake actors Damian Francisco and Darcy St. Budge, the stars of "Dog President," and were announced as nominees in the Best Actor and Actress in a Miniseries categories. Francisco, the professional volleyball player battling restless leg syndrome, later slipped onstage to gush over seeing "Bill Rodham Clinton" backstage.

"You Get Outta Here!"
Will Ferrell plus Kristen Wiig equals hilarious, at least during their comedic duet onstage Sunday as they introduced the nominees for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy. In an impressive round of improvisation, they intentionally bungled the characters and plots of the nominees' films. "Meryl Streep? Hope Springs and she's the sassy sheriff!" It was all fun and games, until the camera flashed to Tommy Lee Jones, who looked like someone skinned his cat.

"A Much Happier Ending Than the Movie"
A more-behaved-than-usual Sacha Baron Cohen (with drink in hand) delivered an intro to the Best Animated Feature Film category riddled with jokes about his "Les Misérables" co-stars. "Russell Crowe had four months of singing lessons. That was money well spent. And Helena Bonham Carter gave the head of the Academy a personal massage, which I'm led to believe had a much happier ending than the movie."

"They Call Cookies Biscuits!"

According to Aziz Ansari, the cast of "Downton Abbey" had some really awesome weed backstage. And he can't feel his ears.

"I Can't Be Worse Than You"
Who speaks English better: Stallone or Schwarzenegger? The two aging action heroes made fun of each other's famously slurred and accented speech while ironically introducing the award for Best Foreign Language Film. In an additional twist of irony, the winning film happened to be from Austria ("Amour"), Schwarzenegger's native land.

"Look How Drunk Glenn Close Is!"
Poehler and Fey made a point to make fun of the fact that the show attendees should be half in the bag at the midway point of the show, with all that free booze going around. Golden Globe nominee Glenn Close ("Damages") played along, delivering an award-winning performance for the cameras.

"I Promised Myself I Would Thank Chad Lowe"

"Girls" producer and actress Lena Dunham made a point of tacking this extra thanks on to the end of her second acceptance speech of the evening. Why? "Because Hilary Swank forgot," she said to reporters in a post-show press conference, referring to the infamous dis Chad Lowe received from then-wife Hilary Swank in forgetting to thank him during her 2000 Oscar acceptance speech for "Boys Don't Cry."

What We Learned From the 2013 Golden Globes

This image released by NBC shows co-host Tina Fey, left, and Amy Poehler on stage during the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
This image released by NBC shows co-host Tina Fey, left, and Amy Poehler on stage during the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The Golden Globe Awards, the funner, drunker love child of the Oscars and the Emmys, were last night, and while most of the event followed the typical awards show script—tearful acceptance speeches, teleprompter malfunctions—a few moments stuck out:


1. Jodie Foster wants privacy and/or a talking stick that only dogs can hear: Perhaps the most memorable speech of the Golden Globes was Jodie Foster's acceptance of the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award. She started humorously enough, with a reference to the "I'm 50!" SNL skit.

From there the speech took all types of twists and turns, as she pseudo-came out of the closet, spurred (later clarified) retirement rumors by suggesting that she would hold a not-sparkly talking stick that may be "so quiet and delicate that only dogs can hear it whistle," and made a plea for more privacy, confirming that she is not, in fact, "Honey Boo Boo child." The speech deserved its own lifetime achievement in confusion: Some raved about it, others were just flat-out confounded.

2. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are the best: Everybody knew this before the Golden Globes even started. By explaining their own drinking game for the show last week, Fey and Poehler had already made the 2013 Golden Globes 100 percent more enjoyable, Their opening number, in which they took shots at James Cameron, James Franco, and "the rat-faced people of television," had more laughs than the entirety of other awards shows.

Their antics continued, posing as nominees for the ridiculous-sounding fictional movie Dog President, canoodling on George Clooney's lap, and even getting Daniel Day-Lewis to do the E.T. finger. The one complaint? There wasn't enough of them. But if Ricky Gervais gets to host three Golden Globes, then Fey and Poehler should be allowed host the next decade of award shows.

3. Hollywood loves Washington: Show business has a crush on its uglier counterpart, as politically themed T.V. shows and movies won the Hollywood Foreign Press's accolades. Homeland cleaned up the best television drama, best actor, and best actress awards, despite an uneven second season.

Game Change won for best miniseries or motion picture made for television, and Julianne Moore, while picking up her Globe for her portrayal of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, thanked Katie Couric and Tiny Fey for making "a significant difference in the 2008 election."

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Sunday, January 6, 2013



Justin Bieber smoking a blunt

Justin Bieber kicked off the new year on a real high note -- clutching a smoldering blunt at a big party inside a Newport Beach hotel room this week ... and TMZ has the photos.

The pics were snapped on January 2nd -- the day after a paparazzo was killed while trying to take photos of Bieber's Ferrari -- and it's pretty obvious ... Bieber wasn't feeling too bad about the whole situation.

Justin Bieber smoking weed?

Sources at the party tell TMZ, Bieber's BFF Lil Twist was there too -- the 19-year-old rapper who was driving the Biebs' Ferrari at the time the paparazzo was killed.

According to sources, Twist and his brother were rolling all the blunts and smoking everyone up ... and there was a LOT of pot smoke.

Justin Bieber smoking pot?

It's pretty ironic -- considering sources close to Bieber were insistent ... the photog who was killed lied when he said Justin was smoking weed hours before the fatal accident.

And there's this -- we're told Bieber had security present ... but no one seemed to mind that people were snapping photos.

As for talking points -- sources tell us Bieber was chatting it up about how tired he was because he'd been staying up late recently. Shockingly, we're told the conversation eventually turned to late night fast food ... and where they could get it.

We're told a girl also crashed in the hotel room with Justin -- NOT Selena.  It's unclear if they hooked up.

Bieber's people had no comment.

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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Twilight Actor Bronson Pelletier Peeing in the Airport Terminal

Bronson Pelletier PEEING in the Airport!! [VIDEO] 


Bronson Pelletier can't deny it anymore -- the 'Twilight' actor definitely took a leak right in the middle of LAX last month ... and there's video to prove it.

In the video, an airport employee approaches Pelletier ... and then he stumbles around, whips out his penis and starts peeing ... for a very LOOONG TIME!

Interestingly, the airport employee stands by patiently waiting for Pelletier to finish ... until police show up to arrest him.

TMZ broke the story ... Pelletier was busted for public intoxication at LAX after getting thrown off a flight for being too drunk.

Witnesses said Pelletier urinated at the gate moments after he was removed from the plane, but the actor had insisted he did no such thing.

A rep for Pelletier tells TMZ ... Bronson realizes he has issues, and will be entering a treatment program for addiction in the near future.

'Twilight' Actor  Charged with   Public Intoxication

 "Twilight" actor Bronson Pelletier -- who played a member of the Wolf Pack in the saga -- has been charged with public intoxication stemming from his alleged airport pee incident last week ... TMZ has learned.

A rep for the L.A. City Attorney's office tells us, Pelletier was charged with one count of being drunk in public, a misdemeanor, after he allegedly urinated in the middle of an LAX terminal while waiting for a flight last Monday.

If convicted, Pelletier faces a maximum of 6 months in jail. He's due back in court for his arraignment on January 7th.

Pelletier has DENIED the public urination part of this case ... but that's still in question, based on this video of the arrest.

Via: TMZ