Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber aren't the only stars worthy of crazy fan reactions. As far as the ladies are concerned, Donnie Wahlberg proved he and the NKOTBSB boys still know how to generate some high-pitched screeches (as seen during many of their recent joint performances). But on Friday in Minneapolis, the mere presence of the boy band stud-turned-serious actor caused one fan to jump on top of him, and never let go (around the 1:40 mark). Wahlberg needed four burly security guards to pry the dedicated—and strong–super fan off of him, who could care less if  her love for NKOTB back in the day has led her to become a loyal viewer of Blue Bloods. Friday's concert was also marked by a fan who urinated in her seat (out of excitement?) prompting the strangest pre-show request ever from Jonathan Knight: "Ok time for a P(ee)SA....... Show starts soon, make sure you go drain your bladders! In the restroom though please!!!!" he tweeted on Saturday. We were fairly confident that a combined tour with NKOTB and the Backstreet Boys, plus the late addition of Matthew Morrison, would be a cougar's fantasy, but who knew these moms had so much trouble (literally) keeping it in their pants? For all those going to the next show, please drink responsibly.

Watch as Wahlberg gets groped by said fan, and caught in the security crossfire, below.


PIRATE 0UEEN STRIPPED OF pounds 350,000; EXCLUSIVE Mum's counterfeiting empire crumbles.(News)

Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland) January 14, 2007 Byline: By NORMAN SILVESTER A MOTHER of two is set to have her pounds 350,000 fortune seized after a three-year investigation into her counterfeiting empire.

Carolann Mortimer is said to have raked in the money from producing and selling thousands of fake DVDs, CDs and computer games. website newly released dvds

Police who raided her house found newly released DVDs, such as Lord Of The Rings, Love Actually and Bad Boys 2 - plus CDs by Will Young, Westlife and Michael Jackson.

Last week the Crown Office applied for a confiscation order at Hamilton Sheriff Court under the Proceeds of Crime Act for pounds 344,924.

It is the biggest single order ever sought in Scotland and includes her pounds 275,000 home in Cowan Wynd, Uddingston, Lanarkshire, and cash in bank accounts. this web site newly released dvds

Mortimer, who was convicted last year of possessing fake goods, is banned from selling the house or off-loading other assets while the confiscation request is considered.

Yesterday there was no answer at the house in Cowan Wynd but we traced Mortimer, 34, to her pounds 120,000 flat in New Stevenston, Lanarkshire.

She said: "This is between me, my lawyer and the court. I do not want to discuss the matter further." In November Mortimer admitted having pounds 80,000 worth of fake DVDs, CDs and computer games at her Uddingston home.

She said the illegal haul belonged to her ex-partner, Iain Baird, a major supplier of pirate goods.

But she was sentenced to 300 hours of community service. Police and trading standards officers raided the house after a tip-off.

They found Mortimer hiding in the bathroom and 1161 movie DVDs, 591 music CDs and 134 MP3 discs were seized. A computer printer was being used to produce packaging for the discs.

Baird - who was no longer living in the house - had been using it to store the pirate discs.

Five years ago, Baird was jailed for three months after pounds 20,000 of counterfeit computer games and music CDs were seized from the same house.

Mortimer walked free when her not guilty pleas were accepted. CAPTION(S):

Set to be sold: Mortimer, inset, faces losing her luxury villa where she stored hundreds of pirated DVDs and CDs