The 31-year-old was camming and earning hundreds of dollars a night until March, when a bad accident at his day job forced him to take a break for a while.He hopes to be back in the next month or so, he told me.At around the same time, he also updated his Facebook status to say life was "just too difficult", and that he was going to kill himself.
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Hours before TV personality Ellen De Generes was set to live chat with a Philly audience, Walnut Street near 17th shut down to make way for camera crews and fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the talk show host.
De Generes announced via Twitter yesterday that she wouldn’t physically grace the Rittenhouse neighborhood with her presence, but that didn’t stop about a hundred people from taking off school or work, making signs or camping out before 1 p.m. While camera crews set up a metal structure to hold their equipment, fans yelled at the passing cars, chanting, “honk for Ellen” and “can we get a beep.” Self-proclaimed “loudest, proudest Ellen fan in the world” Debbie Jones made her way from Ewing, N.
Diane Agin and Annette Pangle set up camp around 10 a.m., hoping to get to talk to the TV show host.
Agin, of Kensington watches the show every afternoon and described the TV host as “funny” and “caring,” adding that she loves that De Generes helps so many people on her show.