2014年11月30日星期日

Joan Rivers -- Doctors Delayed 911 Call ... According to Report

Doctors Delayed 911 Call


... According to Report



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Doctors performing Joan Rivers' throat procedure delayed calling 911 for 10 minutes after she went into cardiac arrest ... according to a new report.


Dr. Lawrence Cohen from Yorkville Endoscopy and Joan's own ENT, Dr. Gwen Korovin attempted to resuscitate Rivers, but failed during the critical 10 minutes ... according to the NY Post .


The Post report says even before Joan went into cardiac arrest ... her pulse and and blood pressure were dropping quickly -- a sign she was in the danger zone -- but the doctors continued scoping her larynx and trachea.


Joan's pulse had reportedly plummeted to 47 prior to the anesthesiologist administering Propofol.


TMZ broke the story ... a federal report showed there were major problems with the amount of Propofol used on Joan.


Dr. Korovin and Dr. Cohen have not responded to reports detailing alleged errors during the procedure.






Felicity Jones says 'I'm a tomboy really' for Tatler shoot



  • Actress Felicity Jones, 31, claims she is happy being quite 'tomboyish'

  • The Oxford Graduate reveals her public persona keeps her awake at night

  • She said: 'You don't want people being distracted by who you are'





Felicity Jones pictured on the cover of the January issue of Tatler


Felicity Jones pictured on the cover of the January issue of Tatler



Fans of The Archers will remember her as Emma Grundy, the marriage-wrecking wild child who struggled to overcome a life of rural poverty.


But in this £14,500 silk red Christian Dior dress, actress Felicity Jones, left, who was the voice of Emma for ten years, looks the epitome of Hollywood glamour as she prepares to take on her biggest role yet.


Next year, Felicity, 31, stars in The Theory Of Everything, a biopic about physicist Stephen Hawking based on the memoirs of his first wife, Jane Wilde.


Eddie Redmayne plays Hawking alongside Felicity’s Jane.


Hawking met Jane at Cambridge University and they married when he was 18, soon after he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.


Despite looking resplendent in the dress for the Tatler shoot, Felicity told the magazine she is more suited to roughing it.‘I’m quite tomboyish and I like being comfortable – but that’s not what the red carpet is about.’


Asked what she did for fun, she seemed momentarily at a loss before answering: ‘Fun? What’s that?’


The Oxford University graduate also revealed that her public persona was a subject that keeps her awake at night.


‘When you’re an actress, you don’t want people to be distracted by who you are, what you’ve been getting up to,’ she said.


l See the full shoot in the January issue of Tatler, on sale on Thursday.



Felicity Jones pictured in a £14,500 silk red Christian Dior dress


Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking, left, and Felicity Jones as Jane Wilde in a scene from The Theory of Everything


Felicity Jones pictured left in a stunning £14,500 silk red Christian Dior dress, and right, with Eddie Redmayne in next year's biopic about physicist Stephen Hawking












The Game -- My 49ers Would LOVE Ray Rice, But ...

My 49ers Would LOVE Ray Rice


But ...



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With the Ray Rice sweepstakes officially underway, rapper The Game tells TMZ Sports he would LOVE to see RR on his favorite squad ... the 49ers ... but there's one big caveat.


Game -- rockin' a pretty freaky masquerade ball mask -- was leaving his birthday party at the Supper Club in Hollywood Friday night when he explained why San Fran could benefit from #27.


But while Game says he's happy to see Rice reinstated -- there 2 big things that could get in the way of the 9ers bringing the running back to S.F.


Check out the clip.


For more sports stories, check out tmzsports.com!




St Paul's School pupils urged to wear hoodies to blend in with local youths



  • Boys at St Paul's have been banned from wearing blazer outside gates

  • A number of students have been targeted and mugged by criminal gangs

  • The thieves believe the students will be carrying expensive smartphones

  • School source says the policy has been in place for about six months





It is one of the most prestigious public schools in Britain, with the distinctive black blazers of its pupils a familiar sight in the West London borough of Hammersmith.


But because of a worrying wave of street robberies in the area, the boys from St Paul’s School have been banned from displaying their uniform outside the school gates – and parents at the £22,000-a-year establishment have been urged to buy hooded tops for their sons so they blend in more easily with the local youths.


It is understood that criminal gangs have been targeting the pupils in the belief that they are likely to be carrying expensive smartphones.


The mother of one young robbery victim said: ‘If anything, they could get into trouble with teachers for keeping their uniform on these days. The mugging problem has become very bad lately. There have been at least 14 that I know of.’



Students at St Paul's School are being targeted by criminals as they believe the pupils will be carrying expensive smartphones


Students at St Paul's School are being targeted by criminals as they believe the pupils will be carrying expensive smartphones




St Paul's School (pictured) is a £22,000-a-year establishment near Hammersmith, London


St Paul's School (pictured) is a £22,000-a-year establishment near Hammersmith, London



The concerned parent said teachers now patrolled Hammersmith Bridge because most pupils have to walk across it every day and the muggers wait at either end knowing they have no escape.


‘They know these children have the best iPhones or the best laptops and iPads,’ she added.


The boys-only day school on the banks of the Thames has one of the toughest admissions tests in London and most pupils come from its £6,000-a-year preparatory school Colet Court. Former St Paul’s pupils include the poet John Milton, diarist Samuel Pepys and Chancellor George Osborne.


The rules state that boys are required to wear charcoal grey trousers with a plain white shirt and a school tie corresponding with their house for most of the time, adding the famous black blazer for formal events.



Chancellor George Osborne (pictured) is a former student at the school


Chancellor George Osborne (pictured) is a former student at the school



Now they have been told to cover up the ties and are also allowed to exchange their black leather shoes for trainers to walk home in.


And although many former students wear their St Paul’s School scarves with pride, current pupils are told they could be putting themselves in danger by following suit in public.


It seems the recent spate of robberies might not be an entirely new phenomenon.


Former pupil Douglas Edwardes-Ker, now 30, told The Mail on Sunday last night: ‘There were some muggings in my day. The bigger kids like me would look out for the smaller ones and try to save the day if something went wrong.


‘The local kids from the estates nearby hated us. They saw us as privileged and spoiled and I suppose they thought we were an easy target because they assumed we wouldn’t fight back.


‘They didn’t account for some of the rugby players.’


A school source said the no-uniform policy had been in place for six months, and in that time, the number of muggings had fallen significantly.


The source added: ‘All pupils are now told never to leave the premises wearing their blazers. We encourage them to wear overcoats or hoodies once they leave the grounds in order to keep themselves safe.’