Australian radio and TV personality,Kyle Dalton Sandilands has been arrested by the police for possessing a bag containing substance suspected to be hard drug at ritzy Halloween bash held at The Hollywood Roosevelt.
The real content of the bag is not yet disclose as the police has mounted an investigation to ascertain the truth.
The mag added that “it was unknown who at the party the couple were attending owned the bag, and what exactly it contains but upon series of investigation, it came out as a conclusion that Kyle owned the bag.“
After all, many people could have attended the ritzy Halloween bash held at The Hollywood Roosevelt.
After reaching out to Kyle’s management for comment and are not claiming the contents of the bag – whatever it is – belong to either Kyle or Imogen.
But in one of the images, posted to both Imogen’s and The Kyle and Jackie O Show’s Instagram pages, there’s something else that grabbed the attention of some eagle-eyed observers.
New Idea was speculated that there was a mysterious object in the background looking like something similar in appearance to a small plastic bag of pills which prompted the security guards on duty to call for his arrest.
Kyle Dalton Sandilands born 10 June 1971 is an Australian radio and TV personality.
He is currently the host with Jacqueline Henderson, better known as Jackie O, on the weekday morning radio program The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Sydney’s radio station KIIS 106.5.
The Kyle and Jackie O Show is Sydney’s number one FM radio show.
From 2005 to 2009, Sandilands served as a judge on Australian Idol. In 2008, he became the host of Big Brother, alongside Jackie O. In 2010, he became a judge on Australia’s Got Talent and also on Australia’s version of The X Factor.
Sandilands has become known for controversial on-air stunts and offensive comments.This has led to companies removing their advertisements, findings of serious breaches of the Industry Codes of Practice and Guidelines, and led to him being sacked from Australian Idol.
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