His wife, Stacey Vuduris, has filed legal documents asserting that Torrey has blamed her for the death of Michael, and has sent her abusing texts.
In response, Torrey has filed off his own legal documents claiming that Stacey allegedly fabricated a lie following his death.
According to Stacey, Michael had an ankle injury that consequently led to a fatal blood clot that killed him.
However, according to law enforcement sources, and sources of our own, Michael had been drinking heavily at the time of his death.
According to Torrey, Stacey texted him the following right after his death:
“I’d rather it be said he died at home if that’s ok with u .. he would want that….I rather that then ‘alcoholic’ stuff … his good friends would never say anything … so I don’t think that will come out. At least blood clot sounds sudden.”
According to documents, settled their legal drama without a judge’s order.
The Survivor community was rocked to it’s core yesterday after one of their own was taken too soon in a freak accident.
Caleb Bankston, who competed on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, died when the train he was on derailed on Tuesday in Birmingham. The details of the accident remain unknown, though we do know that he worked for the Alabama Warrior Railway and that it is very possible he was working at the time of his death.
Caleb competed alongside his fiance Colton Cumbie in the 2013 edition of the show, placing ninth. the were due to marry in October.
Our condolences go out to Colton and all who loved Caleb in this dark and sad time.
Wheel of FortunecontestantJulian Batts was on a roll when he managed to get all the letters correct for the puzzle in College Week’s Friday episode, and he might have even gotten a chance to win a million dollars too!
But then, the unthinkable, and improbable, happened and he screwed up at the last moment.
In this HIGHlarious video, Julian mispronounces the name of the classical Greek hero Achilles as Ay-chill-us!
Despite being gay, Kenny Brain has been telling other people in the house that he’s straight, dishing about “ex-girlfriends” and flirting with the ladies of the house.
But after a month of pretending, despite the fact that he was open in his confessionals about being gay, he needed to tell someone on the show, and that was contestant Sarah Miller:
“This is the first time in my life I’ve ever hidden who I am…I don’t want people to watch this and do the same thing. I needed to tell someone or I was going to die.”
Now, we know this is part of his own strategy – Kenny thinks pretending to be straight will gain him more advantages with the girls in the house – but we’d urge him to just be himself on TV!
We think it sets a better example to be proud and honest about your sexuality, rather to teach the lesson that you can only be successful in a competitive environment by concealing yourself.
However, on the contrary, we wouldn’t want our stance to be misinterpreted as stating that everyone should feel obligated to come out of the closet. Coming out of the closet is a big decision, and only you should be making that.
However, since Kenny has been frank with TV viewers, it seems his little rouse is completely strategic. Come on. It’s 2014. Let’s be proud, and have a little faith that people will judge you by your character, and not your sexuality.