Carrolton’s Spa Castle In Hot Water. The 24-hour, 140,000-square-foot Korean spa is under fire after four women filed a lawsuit, accusing male employees of creeper antics (taking sly snaps of bathers, walking into the women’s locker room, etc.) all of which is not necessarily surprising after hearing the wading-pool sex stories coming from the Queens, New York flagship. In March, Spa Castle’s New York-based owners were arrested for evading more than $1.5 million in taxes.
Fort Worth Officer Fired for 2015 Shooting Incident. Officer Courtney Johnson admitted that his life was not in danger when he shot Craig Adams, a man who was on his own property, on one knee, and who had already dropped the large barbecue fork in his hand when Johnson pulled the trigger. Adams injuries were not life threatening. Johnson’s May trial for aggravated assault by a public servant ended in a mistrial, and yesterday, he was officially fired from the force.
Billy Bob’s on Shaky Ground. Billy and his son Concho are not getting along, which does not bode well for the largest honky tonk in the world.
MegaFest Begins Today. If you notice an uptick in activity in downtown Dallas, it might be because T.D. Jakes’ bi-annual, four-day faith festival is expected to bring 100,000 attendees to the convention center.
Taco Charlton Cashes In. The Cowboys defensive end signed his first taco-related endorsement deal with Tex-Mex chain Taco Bueno, coming on the heels of an agreement with Big Red. He isn’t the only pro to make a deal based on a name: Charlton’s one-time Michigan teammate Jake Butt inked a deal with Charmin in April.Read More