Pro Skateboarder Nyjah Huston's Loud Parties Draw Citations, Prosecution ... and More Parties

Categories: Court, Sports

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Courtesy of Orange County Sheriff's Department
Nyjah Huston shredded his reputation among neighbors.
Nyjah Huston is scheduled to be arraigned Dec. 11 on eight misdemeanor counts related to creating a public nuisance.

Or will he be?

See, the 20-year-old professional skateboarder has been slapped with citations for loud parties at his San Juan Capistrano home before, but the hearings keep getting delayed because subsequent bashes bring more complaints from neighbors and more citations from sheriff's deputies.

Surely some folks on Hilltop Way are ready to put the skateboarder and Justin Bieber in Richard Branson's next spaceship and send them to the moon. Huston, we have a problem.

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$25 Big Bear Ski Lift Tickets Go on Sale TODAY; Mammoth Mountain Opens TOMORROW

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Go Productions
Thank you, global warming!
Lift tickets for $25 each to Snow Summit and Bear Mountain in Big Bear go on sale this morning through Friday morning. Is there a catch? You betcha!

Meanwhile, Mammoth Mountain outside Bishop opens Thursday morning. Is there snow? Apparently!

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A Wedge to Remember From Josh Pomer Recalls a Very Recent Massive Storm Surf Break

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Josh Pomer Films
A Wedge to Remember keeps rollin,' rollin,' rollin.'

Hello, he's surf filmmaker Josh Pomer. You may know him from such previous Weekly coverage as the 2013 Newport Beach Film Festival, when his Discovering Mavericks won the Audience Award for Best Action Sports Documentary, the 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival, when his Westsiders won a Festival Honor for Outstanding Achievement in Action Sports or a special screening of his Destination Point.

While I have not yet had the pleasure of seeing A Wedge to Remember, I can safely report it is impressive how quickly Pomer turned his passion project around.

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"What Is This Gay Shit?" and More Morehouse College Football Reactions to Dear White People

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Lionsgate
Dear White People's Tyler James Williams (center with afro) also played the title character in TV's Everybody Loves Chris.

UPDATE, OCT. 30, 12:45 P.M.: One quote about a movie deserves a bunch of others:

"What kind of movie is this?"
"Man, you looked at that, I saw you!"
"What is this gay shit?"
"Some of y'all didn't turn your heads away!"
"Man, I must've watched every episode of Everybody Hates Chris back in the day. Can't believe he'd go out like that. Shit kills me."

-Members of the football team from the mostly all-black Morehouse College of Atlanta, while watching Dear White People in a Columbia, South Carolina, theater before playing Benedict College last Saturday.

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Jason "Mayhem" Miller Needs $2 Million for His Dog, Lawyers, Home Repairs and "Art"

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GoFundMe.com
Jason "Mayhem" Miller has become the Shia LaBeouf of mixed martial arts.

The best soap opera is not on television but is emanating from Jason "Mayhem" Miller's home in Mission Viejo, where the former MMA fighter who live-tweeted during a standoff with SWAT officers there on Oct. 9 has now tweeted that he is seeking $2 million in crowdfunding to "reinvest" in his "art."

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Jason "Mayhem" Miller Pleads Not Guilty to Causing Mayhem in Standoff with Deputies

Categories: Court, Sports

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Courtesy of Orange County Sheriff's Department
"You ain't never met a defendant ... Liiiike ... MEEEEE!
UPDATE NO. 6, OCT. 20, 1:39 P.M.: Retired MMA fighter Jason Nicholas Miller pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor resisting arrest at his arraignment hearing this morning in Santa Ana, where he is to return Dec. 1 for a pretrial hearing.

"Mayhem" separately faces faces two felony counts of corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant, felony stalking and a misdemeanor count of violating a protective order.

On the bright side, based solely on the sheriff's booking photo at right, Miller is a lock for the role of the genie in the touring musical version of Aladdin.

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"PBR Day in Surf City USA" to Leave Hipsters and Frank Booth Sorely Disappointed

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Warner Home Video
What kind of beer do you like? Heineken!?! Fuck that shit! PABST! Blue Ribbon!

After blue collar workers--and before the hipsters--Pabst Blue Ribbon was most appreciated by Frank Booth, the sick pup brought to career-resurrecting life in the movie Blue Velvet by the late, great Dennis Hopper. An Orange County city that seems like a crossing station for blue collar workers, hipsters and Frank Boothians is Huntington Beach, where Saturday has been proclaimed "PBR Day in Surf City USA."


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Guy in Raiders Sweatshirt Lives Up to the Stereotype by Robbing Stanton Market: Video

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Courtesy of the Orange County Sheriff's Department
Robber in Raiders sweatshirt calls an audible to the liquor store cashier.

The hardest part about being a Raiders fan is not the consecutive losses strung over two seasons, the revolving door for head coaches or an ownership more interested in moving a team than fielding one. Nope, it's having to be associated with thugs and thieves who don't know a pro-set formation from a probation officer. Take the armed robber of a Stanton market Tuesday night ... PLEASE!

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The Best in Orange County Sports and Athletics, 2014

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Rickett & Sones

In honor of the recent release of our 2014 Best Of issue, we've compiled a list of the greatest sports and athletic activities Orange County has to offer. The winners range from professional to amateur with awards for the Best Gym, Best Angels Player and even pole dancing gets an award this year. Enjoy!

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VIDEO: ¡Ask a Mexican! On Whether Saying "Los Doyers" is Racist!

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Photo by The Mexican
Two famous Doyers

Tonight, the Los Angeles Dodgers are going to face off against the St. Louis Cardinals, with their National League Divisional Series tied at 1-1. But the big news in Dodgers land was a laughable column written by a columnist for the Torrance Daily Breeze, arguing that saying "los Doyers" is racist. "Los Doyers," of course, is by now as much a part of Southern California lingo as the Orange Crush and Fontucky--but for this guy, it's raaaaacist.

His argument is here; by rebuttal comes in the following video, the latest in my ¡Ask a Mexican! series of rants.


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