Amid a lawsuit claiming the actor sexually harassed an assistant and kept sex slaves, veteran Seagal chronicler John Connolly on the Lawman star's long history of bad behavior.
John Connolly is a former New York City detective turned journalist. He is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine, and is currently finishing a book called The Sin Eater on disgraced and imprisoned Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano.
Media accounts suggest that Raymond Clark, charged with the murder of Annie Le, may have been motivated by office dynamics. But we may never know why Le was killed.
As Annie Le’s fellow students mourn her with vigils, police are sizing up a suspect with defensive wounds, suggesting the petite 24-year-old—whom a friend describes as tougher than people thought—put up a brutal fight to save herself.
The wonder of the U.S. Open is that, like New York itself, anything can happen, as John Connolly discovered this weekend, reminiscing about Arthur Ashe – and witnessing Melanie Oudin take on Maria Sharapova.
A former New York City detective says that Sgt. James Crowley violated the oldest rule in the book: He lost his cool.