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Jonathan “War Machine” Koppenhaver, the man who allegedly brutally beat adult entertainer Christy Mack, was arrested on Friday in Simi Valley, California. An arrest warrant for the 32-year-old  MMA Fighter was issued earlier this week due to an altercation in Las Vegas. He has been charged with battery, assault with a deadly weapon, as well as other counts, according to police. [E! Online]

Amidst the tragic death of Robin Williams earlier this week, his friends and family are reportedly gathering in San Francisco for an intimate funeral. A source has stated that “it’s not official yet, but that’s the plan. It will be small. They were both very private people.” A second memorial for the late great actor, which will be a comedy benefit, is currently in the works as well. We will keep you posted on the details. [Just Jared]

The jury has voted and Texas governor Rick Perry was indicted on Friday for allegedly abusing the powers of his office and threatening to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption. Perry was in the works of becoming a 2016 presidential candidate and has now become the state’s first indicted governor in nearly a century. A prosecutor has presented evidence to witnesses that Perry broke the law when he promised publicly to nix $7.5 million, over two years, from the public integrity unit run by the office of Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg. [Huffington Post]

It’s a sad week in the world of skateboarding. Skateboarding legend Jay Adams passed away this Thursday while in Mexico due to a heart attack. The 53-year-old legend made history with his famed skateboarding crew, Z-Boys, who were portrayed in the 2005 film Lords of Dogtown. Actor Emile Hirsch, who portrayed Adams in the film, shared his condolences via Twitter saying, “We lost a true wild man with the passing of Jayboy. Jay Adams was a legend who will be missed.” Tony Hawk posted, “Goodbye Jay Adams. Thank you for inspiring us to get vertical and to keep pushing the limits of what is possible”. Rest In Peace, Jay Adams. [E! Online]

Just when the anticipation for the new iPhone 6 couldn’t get any crazier, here’s another reason why Apple will own your life. There are many rumors on what may or may not be featured on the new phone, as usual, but the rumor of it charging without a wire tops them all. In 2012, Apple filed a patent for “Wireless Power Utilization in a Local Computing Environment,” which pretty much means a central hub for charging devices without a wire. The tech bloggers have gone crazy! Check out this interesting photo on how the new device will work —> [TMZ]