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Scheana Shay attends Hannah Berner’s wedding after Stassi Schroeder snub

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May 13, 2022 | 10:03pm

Bravo, Scheana Shay!

After being “disinvited” from Stassi Schroeder’s Rome wedding, the “Vanderpump Rules” personality popped up at the nuptials of “Summer House” alum Hannah Berner.

Current “Summer House” star Ciara Miller shared an Instagram Story video of herself hanging out with Shay at the Hamptons ceremony on Friday night. 

“Get in this video, Scheana,” Miller, 26, said in the clip, beckoning Shay, 37, over. The two Bravolebrities then threw up peace signs while posing for the camera. 

Shay wore a lavender minidress, while Miller flaunted her enviable abs in a skin-baring orange number to watch Berner and fellow comedian Des Bishop tie the knot on the beach. 

Shay appeared to be in good spirits at the ceremony despite being snubbed by Schroeder, who got married for the second time to husband Beau Clark in Italy this week. (The couple secretly said “I Do” during an intimate backyard wedding in September 2020.)

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The “Good as Gold” singer’s friendship with Schroeder has fluctuated over the years.
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“Scheana was originally supposed to go, but at some point she got disinvited,” a source exclusively told Page Six. “All she knew was that it was for ‘budget reasons,’ although it didn’t really seem like she was buying it.”

“Pump Rules” OG Tom Sandoval also didn’t make the guest list. Sandoval, 38, admitted that he never received an invite during a recent live taping of Shay’s “Scheananigans” podcast, a Page Six spy revealed. 

Schroeder’s longtime pal and former Bravo co-star Kristen Doute was also not in attendance. However, Doute, 39, clarified via social media that she wasn’t there because she had already committed to another wedding happening at the same time in the States. 

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Berner and fellow comedian Des Bishop tied the knot one day after Schroeder and Clark on May 13.
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Meanwhile, Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz witnessed Schroeder, 33, and Clark, 42, exchange vows — and appeared to be getting along in Instagram videos despite their ongoing divorce.

Clark — who began dating Schroeder in 2018 — proposed to the “Off With My Head” author by getting down on one knee at a graveyard in July 2019 in front of Bravo cameras.

Though the couple hoped to tie the knot on “Pump Rules,” Schroeder was fired from “Vanderpump Rules” in June 2020 after falsely accusing then-co-star Faith Stowers — the show’s only black cast member at the time — of robbery in a 2018 police call. 

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Schroeder married Beau Clark for a second time in in Rome on May 12.

Doute was also terminated for participating in the offense. They both issued apologies.

Bravo announced this week that “Pump Rules” has been renewed for a 10th season. 

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Dave Chappelle’s Attacker Says He Was Inspired by Will Smith’s Oscar Slap

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Dave Chappelle’s attacker, Isaiah Lee, has revealed he felt Will Smith’s attack on Chris Rock was commendable. Speaking with the New York Post, the attacker stated the Oscars slap inspired him to take the stage.

“That’s not right what [Chris Rock] said about his wife, calling her GI Jane,” Lee said. After stating the move inspired his actions, Lee added that Smith was right in “standing up for his wife.”

In a different conversation with the Post, Lee said as a member of the LGBTQ community, he wanted Chappelle to know that he should consider all audiences.

“I identify as bisexual… and I wanted him to know what he said was triggering,” he said to the Post. “I wanted him to know that next time, he should consider first running his material by people it could affect.”

Lee has entered a not guilty plea to the misdemeanor charges levied against him after the attack. He was charged with misdemeanor battery, possession of a weapon with intent to assault, unauthorized access to the stage area during a performance, and commission of an act that delays the event or interferes with the performer.

Lee also told the post that he is a single father of a five-year-old. Lee not only took issue with the jokes at the gay community but also stated Chappelle’s jokes toward the homeless were offensive. “It’s a struggle and I wanted Dave Chappelle to know it’s not a joke.”

Lee also stated Chappelle met with him later about the attack to which he told the comedian about his family history. “I told him my mother and grandmother, who fought for his civil rights to be able to speak, would be upset at the things he said,” Lee said. Lee said Chappelle’s response was sharp, “Now your story will die with you, son.”

In addition to his Chappelle attack, Complex reports L.A.’s District Attorney’s Office announced Lee was charged with attempted murder. The new charge is in connection with an incident from 2021.

According to authorities, Lee is accused of stabbing a roomate during an altercation at a housing apartment on Dec. 2. Lee pleaded not guilty.

“The publicity generated by the attack on Mr. Chappelle helped police solve this crime,” said LA County District Attorney George Gascón. “The incident that occurred at the Hollywood Bowl was misdemeanor conduct and rightfully referred to the City Attorney’s Office. Based on the nature and severity of the December attack, Mr. Lee is now facing felony charges which my office will prosecute.”

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Actor Morgan Freeman Named in List 0f Over 900 People Permanently Banned from Russia

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In a random act of legislation, Kremlin, the complex in the center of Moscow that heads the Russian government, has released a list of 900-plus names that are no longer allowed in the country. Among the names are American government leaders like Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Hillary Clinton. The surprise name that was included was Morgan Freeman.

Freeman, one of the greatest actors of all time, is believed to be banned as he directed and narrated a 2017 video about Kremlin’s involvement in the U.S. 2016 presidential election. Freeman was joined by Rob Reiner in the creation of the video. Reiner was also banned.

In addition to the aforementioned names, Mark Zuckerberg is also banned, according to Deadline. Russia also permanently banned John McCain, one of three dead senators to make the list.

You can see the video created by Freeman here and see the full release that accompanied the names below.

In the context of responding to the constantly imposed anti-Russian sanctions by the United States and in connection with incoming requests about the personal composition of our national “stop list”, the Russian Foreign Ministry publishes a list of American citizens who are permanently banned from entering the Russian Federation.

We emphasize that the hostile actions taken by Washington, which boomerang against the United States itself, will continue to receive a proper rebuff. Russian counter-sanctions are forced and aimed at forcing the ruling American regime, which is trying to impose a neo-colonial “rules-based world order” on the rest of the world, to change its behavior, recognizing new geopolitical realities.

Russia does not seek confrontation and is open to honest, mutually respectful dialogue, separating the American people, who are always respected by us, from the US authorities, who incite Russophobia, and those who serve them. It is these people who are included in the Russian “black list.”

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Gunna’s Bond Release Denied in YSL RICO Case, Trial Set for January

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An attempt to get Gunna from jail was denied. According to Billboard, Georgia Judge Ural Glanville denied bond to Gunna at the Fulton County Superior Court on Monday. Gunna is set to remain behind bars until his trial begins in January 2023.

During the court session, Judge Glanville listened to prosecutors who expressed concern about witness intimidation if Gunna was released on bond. Prosecutors suggested Gunna and Young Thug were the leaders of their organization and orchestrated the violence.

“They are the ones directing the violence,” a prosecutor said. “They directed their troops.”

“The court was obviously concerned about threats and intimidation of witnesses,” said Gunna’s attorney Steven Sadow. “We believe when the court hears evidence, not just the words of the prosecutor, it will find that Sergio’s release on bond will not, directly or indirectly, pose a significant risk to witnesses. We look forward to having an evidentiary hearing on this as soon as the court permits.”

Before turning himself in to law enforcement due to the RICO indictment of YSL Records, Gunna reportedly made sure to take care of his family and business. TMZ reports Gunna went and saw his relatives, specifically his mother, before turning himself in.

Gunna reportedly made sure that the continued releases associated with his DS4ever album continued on the business end. The next release is believed to be a video for the single “Banking On Me.”

Gunna was indicted last Wednesday. Following the indictment, his lawyers have claimed his innocence and pointed out how police are using his lyrics against him.

Early Wednesday morning (May 11), Gunna surrendered to Fulton County officials. Gunna is accused of plotting to break the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. The “Pushin P” rapper was among at least 28 individuals, including Young Thug, charged with RICO this week by the Fulton County District Attorney.

Gunna, real name Sergio Kitchens, is accused of being a member of the Young Slime Life gang, which the D.A. claims are responsible for 80% of the city’s violent crime.

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