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Simone Biles Blasts Gabby Douglas Don't Victim Shame Aly Raisman!

11/17/2017 4:19 PM PST
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5:00 PM PT -- Gabby has pulled a near 180, saying she didn't word her reply correctly and "regardless of what you wear, abuse under any circumstance is never acceptable." She's also apologized and says she stands by her teammates.

Simone Biles is publicly attacking her former Team USA gymnastics teammate Gabby Douglas -- and it's all over comments Gabby made insinuating some women invite sexual abuse by the way they dress. 

It all started with Aly Raisman ... their 2016 U.S. Olympic teammate who recently went public with allegations she was sexually assaulted by ex-Team USA doctor Larry Nassar

Raisman -- who famously posed nude for the ESPN Body Issue -- received hate from people who shot down her story because of the provocative pics. 

Raisman clapped back with a message on social media Friday morning saying, "Just because a woman does a sexy photoshoot or wears a sexy outfit does not give a man the right to shame her or not believe her when she comes forward about sexual abuse."

That's when Gabby got involved ... saying:

"However it is our responsibility as women to dress modestly and be classy. Dressing in a provocative/sexual way entices the wrong crowd."

Biles saw Gabby's comment and went scorched-earth ... saying: 

"Shocks me that I’m seeing this but it doesn’t surprise me... honestly seeing this brings me to tears bc as your teammate I expected more from you & to support her."

She continued, "I support you Aly 💕 & all the other women out there!  STAY STRONG.

We reached out to Douglas for comment -- so far, no word back. 

Aly Raisman Team USA Doctor Abused Me Too

11/10/2017 6:05 AM PST
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Another major Team USA gymnastics star claims she was abused by ex-USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar -- with Aly Raisman coming forward in the hopes of protecting future athletes. 

Raisman -- a 2-time national team captain who won 6 gold medals -- opened up about the allegations to "60 Minutes" ... saying she met with the FBI after the '16 Rio Olympics. 

23-year-old Raisman wouldn't get into the specifics of the alleged abuse -- she would only say she's very "angry" and looking for justice. 

Nassar has been accused of sexually abusing scores of female athletes over the years -- including McKayla Maroney

Most of the women claim Nassar violated their genitals -- and claimed he was performing routine medical procedures. 

Gabby Douglas Hasn't Spoken with McKayla Maroney ... Giving Her Space

11/6/2017 6:48 AM PST

Gabby Douglas wants to give McKayla Maroney some more time and space before she calls her ex-Team USA teammate about her sexual assault allegations ... but applauds McKayla for speaking out. 

It's been nearly a month since Maroney went public with allegations she was drugged and molested by former Team USA doctor Larry Nassar

Douglas -- who was part of the 2012 Fierce Five gold medal-winning squad with McKayla -- says McKayla's story shows sexual assault isn't just an issue in Hollywood ... "it's happening world wide."

"It's really unfortunate and it's very sad ... thankfully we get to use our platforms to speak to it and definitely make a change."

Douglas says she believes we could be at a turning point in society where victims aren't afraid to speak out anymore ... and encourages others to follow McKayla's lead. 

Josh Hartnett Guy Who Inspired New Movie Accused of Dom. Violence

10/26/2017 9:22 AM PDT

The real-life hockey player played by Josh Hartnett in the new movie "6 Below" has been hit with a restraining order by his wife after allegedly abusing her for years ... TMZ Sports has learned.

Eric LaMarque was an Olympic and pro hockey player -- who became famous for surviving alone in the wilderness during a massive winter storm. He was rescued but both of his feet were amputated as a result of his injuries. He wrote a book about the experience, called "Crystal Clear," which was later made into a movie.

But behind the scenes, LaMarque's life has been a mess -- his wife, Hope, claims he got violent during an argument on Oct. 13 ... the same day his movie was officially released.

Eric's wife claims he got so angry, he followed her to the car -- then punched the windows and pulled the mirrors. She claims it's not the first time he went nuclear -- she's called the police on Eric at least 11 times over the years for alleged domestic violence. 

According to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports, the judge granted a temporary restraining order against Eric. Hope has also filed for divorce. 

We reached out to Eric who denies the Oct. 13 allegations -- but admits he had anger issues in the years after the mountain incident. Eric says he loves his wife and hopes he can work things out with her. 

Bill Clinton Hangs with Usain Bolt ... 'I'm a Huge Fan!'

10/23/2017 8:10 AM PDT
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Usain Bolt loves Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton loves Usain Bolt ... and they professed their love for each other at an F1 race in Texas over the weekend. 

The two were both VIP guests at the US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas on Sunday -- where they hung out and BS'd together before the race? 

Bolt told Bill he's the greatest President ever. Clinton told Bolt, "I'm a huge fan."

And why? There was that time at the Olympics Bolt convinced his GF to let him mess around with other women. 

Game respects game, right? 

Bolt also hung out with Lewis Hamilton -- who ended up winning the race! 

McKayla Maroney's Mom 'She's Not Doing Great' ... But I'm Proud of Her

10/19/2017 2:15 PM PDT
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McKayla Maroney's mother says the Olympic gymnast is still reeling after going public with allegations she was molested and drugged by the team doctor ... but the family is proud of her. 

"She's doing as expected," Erin Maroney said Thursday ... "She's not great, not fine. She's just low-key doing okay."

The 2012 Team USA Olympic gold medalist has claimed Dr. Larry Nassar repeatedly sexually assaulted her under the guise he was performing routine medical care ... starting when she was 13 years old. 

Several high-profile Team USA gymnastics members have offered up their support to Maroney -- and according to her mother, she could use all the positive energy she can get. 

Nastia Liukin 'Hearts and Prayers' to McKayla Maroney

10/19/2017 6:46 AM PDT
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Team USA gymnastics stars Nastia Liukin and Laurie Hernandez say they did NOT experience abuse at the hands of former team doctor Larry Nassar -- but they feel horrible for those who did. 

"We feel for them," Liukin said on the way to a charity event in NYC ..."Our hearts and prayers go out to all that were affected."

One of those affected is McKayla Maroney -- who says Nassar repeatedly sexually abused her during her gymnastics career ... beginning at age 13. 

Maroney's 2012 Olympics teammate Gabby Douglas was also out in NYC last night -- and says she has not spoken with McKayla since she went public with the allegations ... but insinuated that she would be reaching out. 

Besides Maroney, more than 120 women claim they were victimized by Nassar. For his part, he claims he was just performing routine medical procedures. 

McKayla Maroney: I Was Drugged and Molested By Team USA Doctor

10/18/2017 6:15 AM PDT
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McKayla Maroney says she was sexually assaulted by the team doctor for the U.S. women's gymnastics team and Olympic team -- and the abuse started when she was 13 years old. 

The former U.S. Olympic gymnast went public about the alleged abuse Wednesday morning -- saying Dr. Larry Nassar repeatedly molested her under the guise of administering "treatment."

The 21-year-old says, "Dr. Nassar told me that I was receiving 'medically necessary treatment that he had been performing on patients for over 30 years.'"

"It started when I was 13 years old, at one of my first National Team training camps, in Texas, and it didn't end until I left the sport."

"It seemed whenever and wherever this man could find the chance, I was 'treated.' It happened in London before my team and I won the gold medal, and it happened before I won my Silver."

Maroney says Nassar gave her a sleeping pill on a flight to Tokyo when she was 15 -- "and the next thing I know, I was all alone with him in his hotel room getting a 'treatment.' I thought I was going to die that night."

McKayla joins a long list of women accusing Nassar of sexual misconduct -- 125 women, including former gymnasts, have already filed suit against him for alleged incidents over the years. 

For his part, Nassar has claimed "procedures" in which he would treat women intra-vaginally were medically appropriate. 

Usain Bolt Makes Fastest Food Run ... Speeds Through KFC

10/5/2017 9:03 AM PDT
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Now that he's retired, Usain Bolt is letting himself go ... to KFC! 

The Olympic legend hit up the chicken joint in Bristol, England this week and left with a full bag of the Col.'s goodness. Plus a fountain drink! 

Bolt's final race was back in August -- and he's been enjoying the noncompetitive life ever since ... partying, smoking hookah and eating delicious fast food. 

In fact, he likes fast food so much ... dude inhaled 1,000 chicken nuggets during the Beijing Games, according to him. 

Hey, if anyone can burn those calories ...  it's this guy, right? 

U.S. Olympian Across the Street from Vegas Shooting ... 5 Hours in Lockdown

10/2/2017 6:39 AM PDT
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U.S. Olympic pole vaulter Sandi Morris says she was "across the street" from the Vegas shooting Sunday night -- and was kept in lockdown at the Luxor Hotel for 5 hours until officials deemed it safe to leave. 

The Luxor is actually closer to the site of the shooting than the Mandalay Bay -- and Morris says she was inside the hotel watching The Blue Man Group show when the incident began. 

Morris -- who won silver at the 2016 Olympics in Rio -- details how officials stopped the show and locked down the building to keep everyone safe. 

She says show officials passed out blankets, water and food -- including bananas that were supposed to be used in the show.

Summer Olympics Go Hollywood L.A. Gets 2028 Games

9/13/2017 11:04 AM PDT
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Traffic is gonna be soooo bad. 

The International Olympic Committee has officially announced what was all expected ... the 2028 Olympic Games will go down in Los Angeles. 

Several high-powered celebs were part of the campaign to get the Games to La La Land including Dr. Dre and Magic Johnson.

The heads of the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Rams, Warner Brothers, and Disney were all on the team as well.

Moments ago, the IOC announced L.A. will get 2028 ... and Paris will get 2024. 

See you in 11 years. 

Olympic Runner Found Dead In Arizona Swimming Pool

8/29/2017 6:45 AM PDT
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Olympic runner David Torrence -- who made the finals in the 5,000 meter race in the '16 Games -- was found dead at the bottom of a pool at an Arizona apartment complex. 

The 31-year-old grew up in L.A. -- but competed internationally for Peru. In fact, he set the Peru record for the fastest mile in 2017 with a time of 3 minutes 53 seconds. 

Torrence's body was found around 7:30 AM on Monday morning. Unclear what happened. Cops are investigating. 

The runner had moved from L.A. to Arizona a few weeks ago to train for more races. 

Story developing ... 

Usain & D-Wade GO FULL DMX ... In Greek Nightclub

8/23/2017 7:45 AM PDT
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They stopped. They dropped. They shut 'em down AND opened up shop. 

Usain Bolt and Dwyane Wade went all the way back to '98 at a nightclub in Greece Tuesday night -- grabbing the mic and busting out DMX's legendary "Ruff Ryders' Anthem" ... and it was AWESOME! 

D-Wade's in Mykonos for an anniversary trip -- no word on why Bolt's there -- but they met up behind the DJ booth in a Mykonos nightclub and partied like they were old friends. 

We're sure DMX woulda loved to have been there too ... if he wasn't on house arrest

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