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Riverdale actor Ryan Grantham receives life sentence for murdering his mother
Riverdale actor Ryan Grantham has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to murdering his mother, Barbara Waite, in 2020.The actor, known for playing Jeffery Augustine in the US teen drama, was sentenced on Wednesday at in British Columbia, Canada Supreme Court, TMZ reported.He will not be eligible for parole for 14 years.Grantham pleaded guilty in to second-degree murder after initially being charged with first-degree murder.He shot Waite in the back of the head as she played the piano in their home on March 31, 2020, in Squamish, north of Vancouver.The court heard that Grantham had rehearsed the killing of his mother, approaching her secretly with a gun in the days prior, and also filmed a four-minute confession video afterwards, where he showed the body.Prosecutors also said that the 24-year-old former child star packed his car the following day with three guns, ammunition and 12 Molotov cocktails and set off east with camping supplies and directions to Justin Trudeau’s Ottawa residence, Rideau Cottage.Following the shooting, he left his mother’s body in a pool of blood and drove as far as Hope, BC, approximately 130 miles by road.Before setting off, he hung a rosary from the piano and arranged candles around Waite’s body, which was discovered that evening by his sister after she became concerned following numerous missed texts and calls.Having tested one of the Molotov cocktails in a remote area, Grantham did not make it any further to Mr Trudeau’s home, instead reportedly turning around with thoughts of committing mass violence and murder on Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge or at Simon Fraser University, where he was enrolled as a student.He instead later drove to Vancouver police headquarters to turn
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Please spare a thought for Cole Sprouse’s publicity team as cheeky Riverdale star shares nude selfie
Cole Sprouse.The Riverdale actor was feeling a bit, er, cheeky overnight and just wanted to let the world know, it seems, snapping a rudey nudey shot of himself in his mirror that has hit anything but a bum note with fans.The actor, 29, was keen to rise and thoroughly shine in the selfie, taken from the perspective that showed off an evidently edited behind and, frankly, we’re not sure where to look so we’re just going to Google images of wholesome sunrises to cleanse the soul.But his photo comes with an ulterior motive.You see, you sort of get the feeling ol’ Cole was being rebellious, as he captioned the photo: ‘Good morning to my publicity team.’We’re not sure what Cole’s crew did to warrant such a photo dedication, but, hey, perhaps he just wanted to give them a busy day, knowing hacks like us would jump on the photo with feverish and salivating interest.Guilty as charged.But we’re not alone: Cole’s comments section was taken over by a cacophony of thirsty punters reacting to the shot.Actor Mark Indelicato joked the photo ‘had been in his favourites’ for some time, adding: ‘So I’m glad you posted before I did,’ while Booksmart star Mason Gooding mused: ‘Hate to see you go, love to watch u leave.’To All The Boys star Lana Condor simply wrote: ‘No’, while Zelda Williams chimed in: ‘Annnnnd just as it left my consciousness, it’s back again
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KJ Apa Reacts to 'Riverdale' Announcing Final Season (Exclusive)
family is preparing to say their goodbyes — but not just yet. The CW announced on Thursday that their «iconic» teen drama, inspired by the Archie Comics series, will be taking its final bow after an upcoming seventh and final season.Mark Pedowitz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The CW Network, announced the network's fall schedule during Upfronts on Thursday, sharing that 'sfinal episodes will debut midseason on Tuesday nights. "[We will] be saying goodbye to an iconic CW series that shaped and defined popular culture," he said.ET spoke with series star KJ Apa on the red carpet following the announcement, where he shared his thoughts on the bittersweet preparation for 's final season.«I feel sad, you know, it's going to be really hard to say goodbye to Archie, to, to the sets, to our crew,» he noted. «We've created so many memories on this show, for both ourselves and for the fans, so it's going to be hard.»KJ Apa reflects on the end of #Riverdale at the #CWupfronts: «I feel good about it.» pic.twitter.com/7ne5pXSZQIHowever, Apa echoed past sentiments from co-stars Camila Mendes and Cole Sprouse about it perhaps being the ideal time for to wrap up their final storylines and say their goodbyes.«I think it's perfect — all great things have to come to an end,» he agreed. «I feel good about it.»The end of the series comes at a big time in Apa's personal life as well.