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Ask Stacy -- Week of 11/28/15
DEAR STACY: I would like to know what former "Scandal" star Columbus Short is up to, what with his all his arrests and reported substance abuse problems. I'm sorry to see such a talented performer go into a downward spiral. — Wayne E., New Port Richey, Florida
DEAR WAYNE: Short is starring as the drug lord in the currently shooting film adaptation of Teri Woods' "True To The Game." He also has a villainous role in "The Wannabes" in the pipeline. Arrested by bounty hunters at his own album release party this past summer, the "Stomp the Yard" and "Cadillac Records" star was reported to have cleared up his "financial misunderstanding" with the bail bondsman responsible for putting him into custody after a couple of days in jail. That followed a number of other brushes with the law. As you'll recall, Short lost his "Scandal" role after a 2014 domestic violence incident. Shonda Rhimes admitted on Larry Wilmore's show that she'd killed off a character because she didn't like the actor; many think she was referring to Short. Others speculate it was Patrick Dempsey. But she's not saying.
DEAR STACY: I'm getting sick from hearing about all the side effects of all these blankety-blank drugs advertised on TV. Why must I listen to lists of horrible results — turning yellow, feeling suicidal, having an erection that won't stop — when I have no interest in taking the drug? Can't we get them to quit this? Stop the madness! — Gwen G., Pasadena, California
DEAR GWEN: Blame the government.
DEAR STACY: Please settle a trivial question. Did Elvis Presley ever act on a TV show? — 4pmtaylor
DEAR 4pmtaylor: No. "The King" reserved his acting for the big screen.
DEAR STACY: Whatever happened to Veatrice, the black female security guard on "The Jimmy Kimmel Show" years ago? — J.D., Warren, Ohio
DEAR J.D.: Veatrice Rice died of cancer in 2009. The nurse-turned-security guard, who was very popular and got lots of laughs in sketches like "Black Sarah Palin," left her husband of seven years, John, and two sons.
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