Guy Attacks Girlfriend With Steak Sauce For Reading ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’

The sauciness of “Fifty Shades of Grey” — the titillating trilogy that millions of women around the world are reading this summer — turned literal late last month, when a 31-year-old British man, apparently upset that his girlfriend was one of them, assaulted her with a bottle of steak sauce.

According to authorities in Carlisle, U.K., Raymond Hodgson was so bothered that his girlfriend, Emma McCormick, was reading E.L. James’ “pornographic” and “distasteful” book, he drove to her house and squirted her in the face.


According to the Carlisle News & Star, the couple had been arguing and exchanging text messages before the sauce assault. McCormick “answered the door and the argument continued,” prosecutors said. “She went to close the door and [Hodgson] jammed his foot into the door, slapped her once in the face, and then squirted her with this bottle of sauce.”

Hodgson, who denies slapping McCormick, pleaded guilty to assault and was ordered to pay 185 pounds in fines, including 100 pounds to McCormick. The judge also imposed a six-week, 6 p.m. curfew for the convicted saucer.

Guys, would you be this bothered if you discovered your girlfriend reading the “Fifty Shades” trilogy? And to the ladies: Rate your fascination with Christian Grey from a scale of 1 to 10! We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to type your opinions in the comment box below!

Source: Yahoo News

Image: Time

Penn State Scandal: Sandusky’s Victim Was Afraid to Say ‘No’

The boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted by former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was afraid to say “No” to him during the years that he was being abused, said the boy’s mother.

During an exclusive interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” the boy’s mother detailed the process of how she learned of the abuse and how her son felt about filing a complaint against the football coaching legend.

“I had said, ‘You know, maybe we should have come to this conclusion earlier — you should have told me,’” the mother, who is purposely not being named, told her son. “He was like, ‘Well, I didn’t know what to do… you just can’t tell Jerry no.’” [Read more…]