Sean Penn’s Haiti Charity Paid $126,000 to Fly Him First Class
SEAN PENN travels a lot in the name of his Haitian Relief Organization charity.
And being Sean Penn, he’s not going to fly anything less than FIRST CLASS, right? So where does that money come from?
According to the HRO’s 2013 tax return, the charity itself paid $126,000 for travel in a single year, including Sean’s first-class flights. The charity says it flew Sean first class because of, quote, “his celebrity status and for consideration of his safety.”
According to tax returns from the last several years, Sean works 10 hours a week as the CEO of his charity, and is NOT paid.
The Rams Are Returning to L.A., and the Chargers Could Join Them
Yesterday, Los Angeles had zero NFL teams, and today, they have one, and maybe TWO.
The NFL owners voted 30-2 to allow the St. Louis Rams to move back to L.A. next season. Not only that, but the San Diego Chargers have the option to join them.
The Chargers haven’t decided what they’re doing yet, but if they pass on the move to L.A., then the Oakland Raiders would be invited to take their place. The city is building a $2 billion stadium complex for the teams to share, but it isn’t going to be ready until 2019.
So in the meantime, the Rams and maybe the Chargers will be at a temporary facility . . . probably the Los Angeles Coliseum, where USC plays.
David Bowie Had Liver Cancer
DAVID BOWIE’s people haven’t said what kind of cancer he had.
However, a close friend of his says it was LIVER cancer. Belgian theater director Ivo van Hove worked with Bowie on his stage musical “Lazarus”. He found out about it in November of 2014, when it was still in its early stages, but even then, it was very serious.
Still, Bowie continued writing, even on his DEATH BED. Van Hove says, quote, “I saw a man fighting. He fought like a lion and kept working like a lion through it all. I had incredible respect for that.”
It should also be known that DAVID BOWIE was a great provider. He left them about $197 MILLION.