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Cowell

Simon. born 1959, British manager of pop groups and TV personality, best known as an outspoken judge on the TV talent contest Pop Idol
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On "(https://canoe.com/entertainment/celebrity/howard-stern-slams-simon-cowell-as-sleazebag-and-liar) The Stern Show " Wednesday morning, Stern lambasted Cowell and wished him ill.
A spokesman for the music mogul said Cowell has cut ties with Modest Management and will no longer work with any artists managed by the company.
The victim said Cowell had been jealous and controlling and would get "off his head" on drugs.
A teenager, who suffered from autism, was sitting behind but, despite being asked to stop, Cowell continued, causing the food and drink on the boy's pull-down tray to fall on to him, prosecutors said.
Now, Cowell, of Lewthwaite Gardens, Crook, County Durham,has avoided a hefty fine after he claimed his fear of flying had prompted him to mix alcohol and his prescribed diazepam.
The Woolsington garden centre was originally set up by Alan and Mavis Cowell in 1978, and a search for a new home for the business had been launched in 2012 by current companies co-directors: Alan and Mavis' children, Martin Cowell and Jane Keating.
During a recent interview, Williamson revealed that she was interviewing Cowell on the red carpet when she saw Prince Charles walking towards her.
Cowell, the mainstay judge who was dubbed as the show's Darth Vader and Dark Lord, pushed the Golden Buzzer button and swiftly commanded the army to the show's semifinals.
Cowell put his fate in the judge's hands after waiving his right to a jury trial.
Cowell has kept a low profile since the death of his mother.
Shock radio DJ Howard Stern, 61, is quitting the show after four seasons and it is rumoured NBC execs want Cowell to return.
Fox has been impressed by the number of talented performers Cowell's shows have unearthed, such as Susan Boyle, One Direction, Little Mix and most recently Ella Henderson.