Celebrity Chelsea Handler heartbroken after learning that her grandfather served the Nazi regime

Chelsea Handler 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A celebrity was left with a broken heart after she found out that her grandfather served in the Nazi regime, according to the TLC show “Who do you think you are.”

Comedian Chelsea Handler is serious about her family, but last week, during the TLC episode, the 38-year-old became very emotional when she discovered the truth about her family's ties to Nazi Germany.

"I'm very intrigued to learn how much my German grandparents were involved in the war," Handler said at the beginning of the program. The program helps stars learn about their ancestry. "My mother was German, and she came to the U.S. when she was 19-years-old for the first time. My father, I think, made a deal with my mother that their children would be raised Jewish. That is why I connect with my Judaism, or the Jewish side of my family, more than anything else," Handler said.

"My mother's parents came from Germany. My grandparents on my mother’s side raised me my whole life. They had this funny sense of humor. My grandfather was a strong man, very, very large with big strong hands," she said.

After going on a journey to unearth the facts, Handler discovered the truth. "My grandfather served in World War Two as a soldier. Whether or not he agreed with Hitler, he was serving in the German army," The star, who was born and raised in New Jersey, said. "He was taken as a prisoner of war at some point by the United States, where he remained for several years. When he returned to Germany he was very anxious to come and take his family and move back to the United States," she said.

"My German grandmother definitely talked about her life during the war more than my grandfather did," Handler said. "He never talked about it," she also said. While reading a memoir her grandmother wrote about life in Germany after the First World War, Handler began to cry. "I remember when my grandmother told us how there was no food," she recalled. "It must have been very hard to be a parent at that time," she said.

12 injured after boy driving truck slams into city bus

The damaged bus 
By: Sarah Weiss

Twelve people were injured when a boy, who was driving a truck, slammed into a city bus packed with passengers, according to emergency workers in Louisiana.

Of the twelve people who were injured, three of them are in critical condition. The incident occurred on Friday night between a pickup truck and a Sportran city bus.

It happened on the 4100 block of Greenwood Road around 9:40 pm, police said.

According to police, the driver of a Dodge pickup truck ran a stop sign at Golf Links Boulevard. The bus driver could not shift in time to avoid a collision.

Witnesses and police said that the driver of the truck is a 13-year-old boy.
Shreveport Assistant Fire Chief Scott Wolverton said he had to be pulled from the truck, and he was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.

Two people on the bus, the driver and a person that had been seated in the front, were also injured and taken to a local hospital with critical head injuries. Wolverton said that nine other passengers were taken to a local hospital with moderate injuries.

Wolverton said that many of those who were injured complained of head, neck and back pain.
There were 24 people on the bus, in total. Those who were not wounded were picked up by another Sportran city bus.
The pickup truck was totaled.

Domino’s Pizza apologizes to customer who left compliment

The Facebook post 
By: Shifra Unger

In a bizarre incident, Domino’s Pizza apologized to a customer, who had nothing to say but praise, according to a post uploaded to Facebook.

Domino's Pizza has apologized by mistake after receiving a compliment on its Facebook page.

A satisfied customer posted a picture of his pizza to the Facebook page along with the caption: "The best pizza. Keep up the good work guys!"

The fast food chain mistook the praise as a customer complaint and sent an apology.
It read: "So sorry for that please share some more information with us at **** and indicate reference #1409193 so we can have this checked out.”

Some suggested that the answer was the result of an automatic response after Domino’s Pizza failed to consider that a customer might leave positive feedback on the Facebook page.

After the error was pointed out, the company said in jest: "No, we meant to say sorry for Jeaneth that it took her so long to enjoy the best pizza in the world. Think of all the pizza that she probably had that was not the best in the world."

Florida mother and daughter arrested after offering 2-for-1 sex deal

Romona Ramoutar and Daniella Sinanan  
By: Eva Fett

In an attempt to make money, a mother and daughter decided to team up.

The two offered men a 2-for-1 sex deal where the men pay for one woman, and get two women in bed.

The mother, Romona Ramoutar, 43, and her daughter, Daniella Sinanan, 24, of Florida advertised their special deal on Backpage.com. In its advertisement, the mother and daughter promised to "rock your world" with the "2-for-1 special."

A police officer called the number listed for the women on the site and arranged to meet with the women, who advertised themselves as Jazmine and Angel. The officer negotiated with both women to have sex for the price of $160.

When the officer showed up at their apartment, he handed them $100. When they accepted the money, the officer said he had to go to his car to get the other $50 according to the police department. The officer then re-entered the apartment and arrested the women.

The officer said he believed Ramoutar and Sinanan resorted to prostitution in order to pay for their drug habits.
Police spokesperson Stephanie Slater said: "We don't believe it's a case of human trafficking, but rather a case of two people, who have an addiction to drugs and are participating in illegal activities to support their drug activity."

Tuesday's arrest is the second time in the last couple of weeks that Ramoutar and Sinanan have been arrested for prostitution.
The women were charged with soliciting prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia after an officer found a glass pipe and needles in their apartment.

Woman arrested for stabbing McDonald’s customer in the behind

Rebecca Simmons 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down foe video) A woman became angry after a man cursed at her as she tried to cut in front of him.

The woman was so angry that she grabbed a knife and stabbed the man in the behind.

The incident happened at a McDonald’s drive through in Riverview, Florida. Rebecca Simmons, 45, went to get her breakfast at McDonald's at about 9:20 am. She was apparently in a rush and tried to cut in front of Mohammad Abukhder, 35, of Lakeland.

Abukhder was not going to take it quietly, according to Simmons he shouted obscenities at her. In response, Simmons exited her car with a knife and stabbed the hood of Abukhder’s 2000 Honda Civic, causing approximately $200 in damage.

Abukhder came out of his car, and walked over to Simmons’ car. He tried to remove the keys from Simmons’ car so she could not leave before police arrived. Simmons followed Abukhder to her car and stabbed him in the behind. Thankfully, he was not seriously hurt and the small puncture wound did not require medical attention.

Simmons was arrested at the scene. She was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief with property damage.