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Posts Tagged ‘Charlie Sheen’

WFFT Reporter Kristin Mazur Catches Up with Charlie Sheen Goddess Bree Olson

WFFT reporter Kristin Mazur faced stiff competition outside of a Fort Wayne courthouse on Tuesday as she attempted to interview Charlie Sheen goddess Bree Olson, who was in town to face a DUI charge.

National tabloids, including TMZ and “Inside Edition,” were in northern Indiana to cover Olson’s appearance before a judge. Olson, whose real name is Rachel Oberlin, grew up in the Fort Wayne area and was arrested in early February on suspicion of drunk driving.

As Olson entered the courthouse, Mazur asked her about a rumor that she had tried to pee on the floor of an emergency room following the arrest. Olson answered with an emphatic “No.”

The judge set a 2-day trial for the DUI case and after the hearing Olson appeared alongside her attorney and answered a handful of questions from reporters.  “Other people don’t know Charlie the way that I do,” she said. “I support him 100 percent.” (TMZ video here).

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WHAS Reporter Mike Colombo Winds Up on Charlie Sheen Edition of ’20/20′

As viewers in Louisville watched last night’s top-rated, all-Charlie Sheen edition of “20/20,” they were treated to an unintentional sneak-peek of WHAS‘s 11 p.m. newscast.

When the ABC-affiliate went into its final commercial break of the hour, reporter Mike Colombo appeared on screen rehearsing a live stand-up.  Colombo had no idea that he was on-air as he proceeded to go over lines about a local robbery and even paused at one point to hold up a piece of paper as the photographer white balanced the camera.

After roughly 30 seconds, WHAS corrected the broadcast and went back to commercial. During the 11 p.m. newscast, Colombo executed his stand-up flawlessly, affirming the old adage that practice makes perfect, even if the practice winds up being broadcast during the highest rated episode of “20/20″ in the last two years. Read more