Ny man attacks mother over 'American Idol'

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  1. dark_shadows

    dark_shadows Former Member

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    PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. -- A Plattsburgh man is facing felony charges for allegedly striking his mother in the head after the two disagreed about the fate of an "American Idol" contestant.



    According to court records, Cory Favreau, 24, was watching the television show's finale on May 24 with his mother, Jan Chagnon.



    His mother made comments that contestant Katharine McPhee was going to have a successful career despite losing to another contestant, Taylor Hicks.
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  3. narlacat

    narlacat Former Member

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    Some people take their tv very seriously :p
     
  4. Tom'sGirl

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    Okay, so supposedly she said it was an accident, then who called the cops:confused:...........the article didn't mention that part
     
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    *note to self* ....Don't ever piss this crazy dude off~ :crazy:
     
  6. poco

    poco A cat will blink when struck with a hammer.

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    So, I'm assuming he was for Taylor.....?????
     
  7. Amraann

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    I do not believe this is the first time he hit her ...


    It was pathetic to read her exuses for him. She raised him to be the jerk he is so I am ok with him hitting her rather then another.
     

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