Just the thing to do at the TV Industry night of nights to get in the good books of the SUITS in TV. Get drunk and Act like a tool, maybe he was doing “Research” for an upcoming movie?
FORMER Home and Away heartthrob Dieter Brummer faces five criminal charges after a boozy post-Logies rampage at Crown last night.
The 34-year-old Underbelly star attended the Logies to celebrate the success of the Channel Nine drama, and made an appearance at the TV Week after-party.
It is understood that just before 2.30am this morning, Brummer was reportedly refused entry to the Channel Nine after-party.
Onlookers told the Herald Sun Brummer started an argument with security, who were forced to pull him to the floor to control his angry outburst.
A Victoria Police spokeswoman confirmed to the Herald Sun a 34-year-old from Bondi North had been charged with intentionally causing injury, recklessly causing injury, unlawful assault, behaving in a riotous manner, and being drunk in a public place.
The man was taken from Crown Casino at 2.25am to Prahran police station to be charged.
He will appear before Melbourne Magistrates Court on August 29.
Then we have this bloke, Mamdouh Habib, who cannot keep his mouth shut…
THE death of Osama bin Laden will not end the war on terror and there is no evidence he masterminded the September 11 attacks, former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mamdouh Habib says.
“America is the war on terror, George Bush is the war on terror,” Mr Habib said today in Sydney.
“What, you think with Osama bin Laden dying there won’t be war any more?
“There is no evidence he was a terrorist.”
US President Barack Obama today said the al-Qaeda leader had been killed in a US operation in Pakistan.
Mr Habib said bin Laden’s death would not slow the war on terror.
“I’m not surprised by his dying,” he said.
“The war will never stop.
“America needs to stop lying and stop abusing power … and not be a devil.”
Mr Habib also said he was “disgusted” by reports US authorities were in possession of bin Laden’s body.
“Because to hold someone’s body, really, it’s not a human being doing that. If he were alive, it’s not really an issue,” he said.
“If you take a human being’s body and play with it after he is dead, that’s disgusting.
“We have to bury his body. Good or bad, we have to respect his body.
“What, are they going to make a statue for him?”
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