In the midst of the June Shannon-Mark McDaniel scandal, a story of theft and awful parenting emerged that would've been nearly impossible to believe, had it involved anyone other than Mama June.

As it happened, there were far worse things going on in the Shannon family at that time (like June exposing her kids to a child molester, for example), so the accusations of June plundering her eldest daughter's trust fund never got much press.

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Last week, Lena Dunham's memoir Not That Kind of Girl became a source of widespread controversy for the second time, when conservative blogger John Nolte claimed to have uncovered evidence that Dunham lied about being raped.

Nolte allowed for the possibility that Dunham had been sexually assaulted while she was in college, but he stated that she'd intentionally misled readers with regard to the identity of her attacker, thus ruining an innocent man's life in the process.

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Because Swastikas almost never go well with Hanukah, Walgreens has pulled some controversial wallpaper off its shelves.

A patron named Cheryl Shapiro told The Los Angeles Daily News that she was wandering around the store when she noticed a design hidden in a blue-and-silver wrapping paper pattern that looked suspiciously liked this infamous Nazi symbol.

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