Daily Brief: Jussie Smollett Gets Jail Sentence, Battery Charges Filed Against Man Accused of Punching 49ers Fan

Also, Downtown Los Angeles’ Bottega Louie is Yelp’s most reviewed restaurant of all time

» Actor Jussie Smollett Sentenced to 150 Days in Jail Over Staged Attack The former Empire actor was sentenced to 30 months of probation, including 150 days in jail, and ordered to pay restitution of more than $120,000 and a $25,000 fine for making false reports to police that he was the victim of a hate crime in January 2019. [CNN]

» If Passed, This Proposal Could Limit How L.A. Landlords Can Screen Potential Renters Three Los Angeles City Council members, including Mike Bonin, Marqueece Harris-Dawson, and Nithya Raman, have introduced a package of renter-protection measures that would prohibit screening prospective tenants on the basis of their criminal, eviction or credit histories. [Los Angeles Times]

» L.A.’s Bottega Louie is Yelp’s Most Reviewed Restaurant of All Time With more than 17,000 reviews, the beloved Downtown restaurant and patisserie is the most reviewed eatery in the U.S. on Yelp, which provides crowdsourced reviews about businesses. [KTLA]

» Battery Charges Filed Against Man Accused of Assaulting 49ers Fan Outside of SoFi Stadium Bryan Alexis Cifuentes is scheduled to be arraigned Aug. 29 in Inglewood for allegedly punching a San Francisco 49ers fan outside SoFi Stadium during this year’s NFC Championship Game. [NBC Los Angeles]

» 2020 Census Undercounted Black, Hispanic, and Native American Residents Although the overall population total was accurate, the Census Bureau undercounted the number of Black, Hispanic, and Native American residents, the federal agency said on Thursday. [New York Times]



Kim Kardashian West of ‘The Justice Project’ speaks onstage during the 2020 Winter TCA Tour Day 12 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 18, 2020 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

Kim Kardashian Thinks She Has Best Advice for Working Women, But Ex-Staffer Doesn’t Think So

A video interview for Variety where the Kardashian sisters discussed the merits of hard work has gone viral, and one former Kardashian employee has stepped into the fray, Tweeting that when she worked on the apps, she could hardly afford to put gas in her car.

Clad completely in black leather, Kim put the hammer down to anyone who wanted to emulate her success. “I have the best advice for women in business,” Kim said. “Get your f–king ass up and work. It seems like nobody wants to work these days. You have to surround yourself with people who want to work.”

“That’s so true,” her sister Kourtney chimed in. Her comment landed with a thud on social media and was almost as out of tune as Kim’s, as anyone who watched the show remembered her constant pleas to “stop working,” once going as far to say, “Work is not important to me.”


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