News

Pistorius denies ‘sinister’ remark to Steenkamp friend

Pistorius denies ‘sinister’ remark to Steenkamp friend

OSCAR PISTORIUS:The track star is on trial for the muder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Photo: Associated Press

CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA, Associated Press
GERALD IMRAY, Associated Press

PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) — Oscar Pistorius allegedly made a “sinister” comment to a woman at his murder trial when it adjourned for the day.

It allegedly was to a friend of Reeva Steenkamp, Pistorius’ girlfriend whom he shot to death last year.

Pistorius told reporters in the courtroom that he did not say to Kim Myers, “How can you sleep at night?”

A lawyer for the Myers family, who were close to Steenkamp, told The Associated Press that Myers told him Pistorius had made the comment to her “in a very sinister way.” Myers has been present for much of the trial. A reporter also says he overheard the remark from the athlete.

Lawyer Ian Levitt said he had contacted court officials. He said Myers told him she did not know what the comment referred to and she is “shocked.”

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment

Countdown: Supporting characters that need their own movie

From left: Jon Gries (Uncle Rico), Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) and Aaron Ruell (Kip) in "Napoleon Dynamite," a comedy about a quirky teenager growing up in the remotes of Idaho, trying to understand his life.

Which of these supporting characters should have their own movies?

in Music

Shania Twain will end her Vegas run in December

shania

The country star will end a two-year Vegas residency later this year.

in Entertainment

Zach Braff: Not dating Taylor Swift

zachbraff

The "Scrubs" star says he isn't dating the "Love Story" hitmaker.

in Entertainment

You can watch every episode of ‘The Simpsons’ in epic marathon

simpsons

A Web site and app features on-demand access to all 500 episodes and let users search through the life stories of the characters.

in Viral Videos

Honest ‘Forrest Gump’ trailer

Updated
Honest Forrest Gump

Take an honest look at the film that beat "Pulp Fiction," and "The Shawshank Redemption" for Best Picture in 1994.