Today felt like a great day to rescue a puppy… Or two! I couldn’t take a brother without his sister!… http://t.co/3ZapoG00bO
— Ashley Greene (@AshleyMGreene) June 28, 2013
Ashley Greene posted on her Instagram and Twitter of her two new puppies, Ralph and Rosie. They are adorable!!! Congratulations Ashley!13 Comments
Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) is currently in Bali, Indonesia attending the Oakley Bali Pro Learn to Surf Event with actress Vanessa Hudgens.
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Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) attended the Just Jared Summer Kick-Off Party Presented by McDonalds on June 1st in Los Angeles.
She was joined by actress Teresa Palmer (from Warm Bodies) where they enjoyed games including ping-pong, a bouncy Twister board, and water balloon fights!
Sounded very fun!
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Ashley Greene’s condo in West Hollywood caught fire over the weekend resulting in the death of one of her two beloved dogs.
According to reports, Ashley was home asleep with her brother and boyfriend when the fire started and fled immediately.
As someone who went through a house fire last year, it was just horrible. However, all that stuff can be replaced. But the loss of one of her dogs. My heart is breaking for her. She completely adored her dogs.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Ashley right now. x
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Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) is the mark. Brand Ambassador and spoke on Capitol Hill about NO MORE day in Washington D. C. on March 13th.
Washington, D.C., March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — mark. Brand Ambassador Ashley Greene joined advocates on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. for a congressional briefing to announce data from the “NO MORE Study: Teens and Young Adults,” funded by m.powerment by mark., managed by the Avon Foundation for Women. The results of the study – which explored attitudes toward, and experience with dating abuse, partner violence, and sexual assault among teens and young adults – clearly underscore the need to educate young people so they recognize the signs of abuse and how to safely intervene to help end it.
The study showed that dating violence and sexual assault are a disturbing reality in the lives of young people. One in 6 young women self-reported having been a victim of sexual assault, more than a third reported knowing a victim of sexual assault and over half know a victim of dating abuse. In contrast, only 36% of young men reported knowing a victim of dating violence and 25% reported knowing a sexual assault victim, because they talk much less about the issue. However, the study found that both young women and men are willing to intervene to stop abuse, but they don’t feel confident to recognize abusive situations and are unsure how to intervene.
“As a young woman, I am proud to help launch the NO MORE campaign and announce the new m.powerment by mark. Healthy Relationship College Program,” said Ashley Greene. “While the results of the NO MORE study are sobering, the silver lining is that the respondents reported they were willing to get involved to stop the abuse. We have the power to end the cycle and this is a monumental step towards that.”