Karlie Kloss apologizes

Karlie Kloss took to Twitter on Wednesday to address her recent Vogue shoot where she was styled as a Japanese geisha. Kloss’s editorial titled “Spirited Away”, received backlash on social media . “These images appropriate a culture that is not my own and I am truly sorry for participating in a shoot that was not culturally sensitive. My goal is, and always will be to empower and inspire woman. I will ensure my future shoots and projects reflect that mission,” Kloss tweeted.

Sandra Bullock’s accused stalker had a victory in court. Joshua Corbett was arrested inside of Bullock’s Hollywood home in June of 2014. He was later charged with stalking and burglary in addition to weapons violations. On Tuesday a court ruled that the Los Angeles police conducted an illegal search of his home by violating his right to remain silence and thus did not obtain valid consent to search his home. All evidence from the search can not be used in court .Corbett has been in jail since his arrest .

Ashton Kutcher testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday in a hearing on progress in fighting modern slavery. Kutcher spoke on behalf of Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children. He co-founded the organization with his then-wife Demi Moore in 2009 and builds software to fight human trafficking. Kutcher stressed the importance of using technology as a tool to fight slavery.