Rihanna has become the latest target of a celebrity “swatting” prank.
Rapper and record producer Diddy has become the latest victim of a string of “swatting” calls at celebrity homes.
A 12-year-old boy accused of making prank calls that resulted in police being sent to actor Ashton Kutcher’s home last October may be placed in foster care or a county camp.
A 12-year-old boy charged will be arraigned Friday, charged with making a prank emergency call that sent police to Ashton Kutcher’s home.
A 12-year-old boy has been charged Thursday with making false bomb threats and other counts in connection with the “swatting” calls to Ashton Kutcher’s home and a bank in October.
Celebrities have long contended with the occasional downsides of stardom — tabloid scandals, stalkers, box office bombs, the paparazzi.
The proposed measure comes in the wake of several false reports of invaders at the homes of actor Tom Cruise, singers Chris Brown and Justin Bieber, among others.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials are looking for the person who called 911 and falsely reported an emergency at a former Malibu residence of the Kardashians.
Reality stars Bruce and Kris Jenner of “Keeping Up with The Kardashians” have been added to the growing list of celebrities who have been “swatted.”
Pranksters tricked police and sent officers to the home of actor Tom Cruise, the latest incident in a trend known as celebrity swatting.
A young boy was arrested for allegedly making bogus reports of violence at the homes of celebrities Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher.
Simon Cowell has become the latest victim of what officials call “swatting” after a prankster reported a false crime at his home over the weekend.
A 911 call to singer Justin Bieber’s Calabasas home Wednesday morning turned out to be a hoax.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck vowed to hunt down the pranksters who have reported bogus life and death situations and requested the SWAT team at celebrity homes in the past few months.