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    It's not often you will hear Terrell Owens admit he is concerned.  Throughout an illustrious 16-season career Owens personified fearlessness, dismissing the opinions of media, fans and sometimes teammates, on the way to a bust in Canton. Things have been less pleasant of late for the 48-year-old after an incident with a neighbor he derisively labeled 'Karen.' In the aftermath, Owens elucidated he 'could have died' if circumstances had have been different. 'I honestly could have died,' T.O. told TMZ.  Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Owens found himself in a racially charged confrontation with a female neighbor and police, which he recorded and has since shared on social media Owens found himself in a racially charged confrontation with a female neighbor and police, which he recorded and has since shared on social media.  'If the wrong type of cops came out, if they got the wrong type of information. Her, you saw the video, she started crying, you never know how that situation could've turned.' 'I could've died. Honestly, I could have died and the storyline would be totally...
    CHELSEA midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko admitted he thought he could DIE during a stop and search by armed police in Milan. Bakayoko, 27, has broken his silence on the shocking moment he was confronted by by gun-toting cops in a case of mistaken identity. 1Bakayoko was held at gunpoint by police in a case of mistaken identity upon returning to Milan on loanCredit: Getty The France international is on loan at AC Milan for two seasons and won the Serie A title with the Rossoneri. And he was stopped in the Italian city earlier this month during the mix-up. Terrifying footage on social media showed Bakayoko getting stopped and searched at gunpoint. He was forced to get out of his car and searched by four armed officers. READ MORE ON CHELSEACHELSEA LATEST Pavard £30m deal lined up, Kounde £47m signing AGREED Bakayoko spoke about the incident, via his Instagram account, and explained how he feared for his life when "things went further than they should have". He said: "I found myself with a gun just three feet from me, on...
    TYSON FURY revealed his gruelling trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder forced him into retirement... as he feared getting brain damage. The unbeaten heavyweight champion hung up his gloves after knocking out Dillian Whyte in April. 3Tyson Fury feared getting brain damage in his fight with Deontay WilderCredit: Getty But it was his fight beforehand, against Wilder in Las Vegas, when his mind was made up. Fury said: “I knocked him out in round 11, but it wasn’t just hunky dory and let’s all skip back to the changing rooms. “I was feeling the back of my head and I had lumps on the back of my head like fists. “I didn’t know if I had brain damage, I didn’t know what was up with me. READ MORE IN BOXINGHEAVY DUTY Jake Paul wants to fight Tyson Fury and reveals bizarre diet plan to make weight “I was very frightened because I had these massive swellings on the back of my head. “I was thinking, ‘I could end up with brain damage.’ I was concussed, I didn’t remember...
    A LIVERPOOL fan aged 11 feared for his life at the Champions League Final, his dad fumed yesterday. Terrified Maxwell Pearce had tears flowing from his burning eyes after being tear-gassed by French riot police. 2Terrified Maxwell Pearce had tears flowing from his burning eyes after being tear-gassed by French riot police 2Maxwell and dad Jade, 47, were early and yet got stuck outside the ground for more than two hours Yesterday there was growing fury at Uefa’s initial attempt to blame fans arriving late for the chaos. But Maxwell and dad Jade, 47, were early and yet got stuck outside the ground for more than two hours, before being blitzed by cops. Compliance manager Jade, of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, said: “Our queue wasn’t moving. There wasn’t any trouble caused by Liverpool fans. We had proper tickets and so did everyone around us. “Then suddenly Maxwell started crying as tear gas released nearby hit him." Read more on LiverpoolRED MIST Liverpool demand probe as war-of-words with Uefa begins over final fan carnageFAN CHAOS Liverpool star Matip's pregnant sister-in-law and brother flee...
    A veterinarian who caught monkeypox in America's biggest ever outbreak nearly two decades ago says he suffered 'flu-like' symptoms and feared he'd lose his thumb after lesions erupted all over his body. Dr Kurt Zaeske, who is now retired and living in Wisconsin, caught the virus in 2003 after tending to sick prairie dogs at a breeding farm.  The illness initially left him with a fever and feeling dizzy, nauseous and very tired all the time. Within a few days, small lesions erupted across his body, and a 'very painful' blister appeared on his thumb — leaving him fearing it could be amputated. Doctors administered Zaeske with antibiotics after a positive test for monkeypox and he was put in self-isolation. The illness cleared up within a few weeks. Zaeske detailed his harrowing experience to NBC, saying that suffering the tropical disease was 'scary' initially, but also 'fascinating' to be part of the outbreak. Monkeypox is now sweeping the western world, with more than 221 cases detected in 24 countries — mostly in Europe — including up to eight in the United...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and his allies complained about the rhetoric being used by fellow GOP lawmakers including Reps. Matt Gaetz, Mo Brooks, Lauren Boebert and Barry Moore during a private phone call in the days following the January 6 Capitol attack.  On Tuesday, The New York Times released fresh audio clips of McCarthy on a call with Minority Whip Steve Scalise, then House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney, Rep. Tim Emmer and a handful of Congressional aides, where he relayed his fears that the discourse could lead to violence.  'Tension is too high, the country is too crazy,' McCarthy warned on the January 10 call. 'I do not want to look back and think we caused something or we missed something and someone got hurt. I don't want to play politics with any of that.'  House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and his allies complained about the rhetoric being used by fellow GOP lawmakers including Reps. Matt Gaetz, Mo Brooks, Lauren Boebert and Barry Moore during a private phone call in the days following the January 6 Capitol attack ...
    Actor Alan Cumming has revealed that he feared he would be killed by his ‘tyrant’ father. The 57-year-old star, best known for his role as political aide Eli Gold in US drama The Good Wife, tells today’s edition of Desert Island Discs: ‘Sometimes I had terror for my life – when you think, “Oh my God, I am going to die here.” ’ The actor, who has appeared in the X-Men franchise, also reveals how his violent father Alex seemed to take ‘great pleasure’ in hurting him and at one point insisted he was not his father. ‘My dad was very violent to us, very violent. He was out of control,’ he says.  ‘He didn’t care what my mum thought or my brother and I. He was very abusive, mentally, emotionally, and very physically to me and my brother.’ Speaking about being ‘constantly on edge’, Scots-born Cumming says his father, who worked as a forester on a country estate, was ‘obsessed with my hair’. ‘It would start off sort of like, you know, you need a haircut. ‘It would go...
    A man who says he was a dog-walker for sex trafficker and Jeffrey Epstein's madam Ghislaine Maxwell revealed that she forbid him from saying who he worked for and that she was often paranoid, believing someone wanted to murder her. Rasmus Alpsjö, now 31, said he was one of several men - all young and Swedish, he noted - charged with the care of Captain Nemo, Maxwell's dog for a few months back in 2015 and lived in her basement at the time. Maxwell is awaiting sentencing at a Brooklyn jail after being found guilty of sex trafficking minors for her involvement in helping Epstein lure underage girls before he sexually assaulted them. She is now facing 65 years behind bars in a federal prison - prompting speculation she could now 'flip' and discuss the actions of others within Epstein's circle in a bid to receive a lighter sentence.  Alpsjö said that while he had no idea of any of the crimes Maxwell, 60, was eventually sent to prison for, he alleges that Maxwell's secret husband Scott Borgerson was intimidating...
    Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said Tuesday on The View that she believed former President Donald Trump was afraid of Russian leader Vladimir Putin - which was why he constantly complimented him.  'Honestly, I think he feared him. I think he was afraid of him. I think the man intimidated him, because Putin, he's a scary man,' Grisham said. 'I also think he admired him greatly. I think he wanted to be able to kill whoever spoke out against him.'   Grisham said that she believed Trump would have told Vladimir Putin to 'go for it' as the Russian leader eyed an invasion of Ukraine.  Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said Tuesday on The View that she believed former President Donald Trump was afraid of Russian leader Vladimir Putin 'He really admired Putin and I saw that firsthand,' Grisham said. 'I saw him say to Putin "Hey I'm going to be tough on you in front of the cameras, you understand, and once the cameras are gone, we'll have a real conversation,"' Grisham added, recalling a conversation...
    JOSH KROENKE admits he was “ready to jump out of the window” when he feared he was the person who had shut down the whole of sport. The Arsenal director didn’t think anything of it when he shook the hand of Olympiakos owner Evangelos Marinakis after Arsenal’s Europa League clash with the Greek club in February 2020. 1Kroenke feared he was responsible for the spread of Covid in 2020Credit: Getty But all that quickly changed when he returned to the family base in Denver. He recalls: “Between arriving in London and leaving, the whole of Italy was shut down. “I was debriefing a few guys on our trip and was getting sideways looks when I told them something really weird was happening in Europe and we needed to possibly prepare to go behind closed doors for games. “A few days later I found out that I’d shaken hands with the owner of Olympiakos who had tested positive for Covid. “I’d travelled back to the US and hugged my mother, who is in her early 70s, and it was hitting home...
    A renowned doctor known for updating his Twitter followers on the pandemic admitted that his 'parental emotion' caused him to panic when his 28-year-old son got COVID last week, though the odds of a vaccinated young person dying are 'near-zero.' Dr. Bob Wachter, the chair of the department of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, shared his journey of watching his son fall ill with the coronavirus and recover in a series of 25 tweets on Saturday. He said his triple-vaccinated son is 'generally healthy but overweight, placing him in a moderately high-risk group.'   When he caught COVID after watching a movie with a friend, Dr. Wachter described checking in on him frequently, getting worried when a reply came slowly, and even letting himself into his home to find him 'sleeping...and breathing.' COVID cases in San Francisco skyrocketed in December due to the more contagious Omicron variant, reaching a pandemic high of 1,218 new daily cases earlier this month. Eighty-one percent of residents in the city are vaccinated. Dr. Bob Wachter gave a play-by-play of finding out his son...
    A DAD killed himself, his wife, and his three girls after he faked a Covid pass and feared his kids would be taken away from him. Police found the two adults, both 40, and three children aged four, eight and 10 dead from gunshot wounds at their home in Koenigs Wusterhausen, Germany. 2A dad killed himself, his wife, and his three daughters after he faked a Covid pass in Germany, police saidCredit: AFP 2Tributes were left outside the home where the family were found deadCredit: AFP The man, named by police as Devid R, wrote a note in which he said he forged a vaccine certificate for his wife Linda. Her employer found out - and the couple then fear they would be arrested and lose their children, prosecutor Gernot Bantleon said. Police were alerted by witnesses - who had seen lifeless bodies in the house, according to a statement from police and prosecutors. In Germany, submitting a fake Covid vaccine certificate became a criminal offence two weeks ago. People who are caught either face a fine or...
    A man killed himself, his wife and three young girls after he faked a Covid-19 jab certificate and feared his children would be taken away when it was discovered.     Police found two adults, both 40, and three children aged four, eight and 10 dead from gunshot wounds in a family home in Koenigs Wusterhausen south of Berlin on Saturday. In a pages-long farewell note found by police, the man, named as Devid R, said he forged a vaccination certificate for his wife Linda.  Her employer had found out, prompting the couple to fear they would be arrested and lose their children Leni, Janni and Rubi, prosecutor Gernot Bantleon told news agency dpa. Police were called to the house after being alerted by witnesses who had seen lifeless bodies in the house, police and prosecutors said on Saturday.  Police found two adults, both 40, and three children aged four, eight and 10 dead from gunshot wounds in a family home in Koenigs Wusterhausen south of Berlin on Saturday Police remove a body from the Koenigs Wusterhausen property where a man killed...
    Donald Trump super PAC donor Trashelle Odom (pictured) told police she feared for her life when former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski 'told her he stabbed a man in the back of the head and killed him,' according to the police statement obtained by DailyMail.com A married Trump donor has told police she feared for her safety when former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski 'told her he stabbed a man in the back of the head and killed him,' at a Las Vegas fundraiser where he 'stalked' and repeteadly touched her, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. Trashelle Odom, of Boise, Idaho, the wife of a construction company executive, claimed in the police report obtained by DailyMail.com that the married Lewandowski said that he 'was from a bad part of Boston and to have killed people,' while seated next to her at the charity dinner at the Westgate Hotel on on September 26.  Odom claimed that on the night, she was frightened when he allegedly told her: 'When I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him. She added that...
    Just a year ago, Buddy Valastro didn't know if life as he knew it was over following a freak accident that nearly cost the all-star baker the use of his right hand.  The 44-year-old Jersey boy joined DailyMailTV for a sweet interview about his latest venture, Buddy V's Cake Slice, which will make getting dessert at your door a piece of cake and revealed that his is '95% recovered.'  Buddy said that his lowest point came in the immediate aftermath of the incident when he was lying in the hospital bed scared that he would lose himself if he couldn't bake anymore. 'I wouldn't be the same person,' he admitted.
    The arms trade is a shady and often unspoken area where royals, the secret services and the SAS come together.  Sultans and sheiks from Bahrain to Brunei queued up to have their bodyguards advised by the men in black balaclavas from Hereford, while British Intelligence has long been used in support of British-based private commerce to provide information on the negotiating positions of rival manufacturers. The member of the Royal Family closest to this curious world was Prince Andrew.  More than anyone else, he had enjoyed a serious military career of 22 years, serving as a helicopter pilot in the Falklands War.  In late October 2008, the American ambassador to the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan was offered a surprising glimpse of his activities after a business brunch there which the Prince attended (pictured) This gave him an insight into military technology, including both advanced naval ships and aviation. When he left the Navy, he became an ambassador for British trade, with military technology always high on his list of priorities. In late October 2008, the American ambassador to...
    Donald Trump rejected the idea of constructing a golf course in Africa over fears he would be eaten by a lion, a new book claims. The bizarre revelation was laid bare in an extract from the book Peril, by reporters Robert Costa and Bob Woodward, reported by Raw Story. The highly anticipated book, which was released yesterday, focuses on Trump's final days in the White House as he struggled to hold onto power as well as his post-Presidential life. Donald Trump (left) rejected the idea of constructing a golf course in Africa, proposed by 85-year-old South African golfer Gary Player (right) over fears he would be eaten by a lion, a new book claims The bizarre revelation was laid bare in an extract from the book Peril, by reporters Robert Costa and Bob Woodward One incident outlined in the new book, involves a conversation the former President had with Senator Lindsey Graham and 85-year-old South African golfer Gary Player. All three were playing golf together, with Player attempting to help Trump's playing style, while Senator Graham was attempting to...
    Donny Osmond has detailed his health woes, after he was unable to move following back and neck surgery in 2019. The Seventies icon, 63, revealed to Mirror that after he discovered his spine had shifted due to dancing injuries he went under the knife - before contracting an infection while recovering which left him unable to move.  Attributing a strong mindset and his devout Mormon faith with helping him recover, Donny confessed that he feels as though he has 'come back from the dead' now that he has returned to the stage for an all-singing, all-dancing Vegas residency.  Shock: Donny Osmond has detailed his health woes, after he was unable to move following back and neck surgery in 2019 (pictured in October in 2019)  Donny's health woes kicked in dramatically while he was performing the final number in his Las Vegas show with his sister Marie in November 2019.   The duo were concluding their Donny & Marie residency at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino, following 11 years and 1,730 performances, when horror struck.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    A PRISONER complained he was forced to share a cell with eight-inch rats he feared would wee and poo on him as he slept at night. Luke Hudson, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, was jailed for three months after assaulting a police officer - but has moaned that his time behind bars was like being in "a concentration camp". 2Luke Hudson was jailed for three months after assaulting a police officerCredit: MEN Media 2The 32-year-old claims he was forced to share a cell with rats at HMP HullCredit: MEN Media The 32-year-old claims prison officers threatened to "make his life hell" before he was released last month. But a spokesman for the Prison Service said inspections found noevidence of rats and "no wrongdoing" after a thorough investigationinto staff behaviour. Shortly after arriving at HMP Hull at the end of May, Lukeclaims that there were rats "seven or eight inches long" runningaround his cell. "When I saw the rats running around during the day climbingup the windows, I thought ‘wow that’s bad’," he said. "But then it happened at night. I heard...
    Joe Biden told military officials he was reluctant to deploy US forces outside the Kabul airport perimeter over fears of a Black Hawk Down-style tragedy. In a video conference last week, the president also negatively commented on how quickly the Afghan government fell apart and told commanders he wanted them to be focused on beefing up security at the airport. During the call, the president alluded to the 'Black Hawk Down' tragedy of the Somali Civil War, which saw 18 US personnel killed.  In 1993, US forces tried to capture key allies of Somali general Mohamed Farrah Aidid. Adid had overthrown President Mohamed Siad Barre's socialist government. During the raid, 18 Americans and two United Nations soldiers were killed after two Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters were shot down by RPGs. In a conference call with military officials last week, President Biden said he didn't want rescue missions to turn into 'Black Hawk Down,' when US choppers were shot down in Somalia in 1993 The bodies of some American soldiers were dragged through the streets of the Somali capital of...
    Engaging in pillow talk, Hunter Biden shared a story about once losing a laptop during a summer romp in Las Vegas. The president's adult son, nude and lying in bed with a naked woman, told his partner he feared the device was stolen and its videos of his sexual escapades could be used as blackmail, the Daily Mail reported on Wednesday. The video was taken from a laptop believed to have belonged to Biden, who has never definitively denied being its owner. The Washington Examiner reached out to Biden's lawyer for comment on the new footage but did not receive a reply. In the video, taken in January 2019, Biden said he "spent f***ing crazy amounts of money" during the 2018 Las Vegas excursion and spent "18 days going 'round from penthouse suite to penthouse suite [inaudible] four different hotels, and thousands of dollars." He spoke about one person he was with who "each night he'd be like, 'There's going to be so many people here, crazy f***ing party' and each night it's nobody." Hunter Biden. (Screenshot / CBS)...
    Kyle Vinson speaks with a 9News reporter about being beaten by Aurora, Colorado police. 9News A man video showed being beaten by Aurora, Colorado police officers last week said he was afraid he would be "another George Floyd." Kyle Vinson told 9News he feared one of the officers would shoot him when pushing the barrel of a gun into his head. Vinson said he was homeless and looking for a job at the time of the encounter. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The man who body camera footage showed being strangled and beaten by police in Colorado last week said he feared for his life during the encounter.  "I'm just thankful I'm still here because I thought I was going to die and be another Elijah McClain or George Floyd and I'm just blessed to still be here," Kyle Vinson told 9News in Colorado. Aurora Police Officers John Haubert and Francine Martinez, both of whom are facing charges, were responding to a trespassing call on July 23 when they approached Vinson, officials said. Vinson told CBS...
    One of the witnesses to testify on Tuesday at the first U.S. House select committee to investigate the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol recalled supporters of then-President Donald Trump telling him, “Your mother’s a whore.” Daniel Hodges, an officer with the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, said in his opening testimony that, as Trump supporters walked from the Ellipse outside the White House toward the Capitol, he “noticed a commotion about half a block to my east and saw a crowd starting to coalesce around two figures.” “I ran to where they were and found a confrontation at the intersection of tenth and Constitution Avenue northwest. One counter protester, a black man, was backpedaling away from a white man on a Trump-labeled face mask, was closely following him with an outstretched arm,” recalled Hodges, who said that he and a colleague “first arrived and physically separated the two.” As that happened, said Hodges, “a crowd of Donald Trump’s people had gathered, they attempted to bait the counter protester into attacking, shouting insults such as ‘Your...
    Gen Mark Milley dodged questions on Wednesday about his fears that President Trump would launch a coup, as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff faced reporters for the first time since revelations that he considered ways to resist any armed efforts to stay in power. Instead he insisted the U.S. armed forces were an 'apolitical institution' and that it was up to the American people, the judiciary and the legislature to decide who held power. A Pentagon press conference about Afghanistan was overshadowed by the publication a day earlier of 'I Alone Can Fix It' by two Washington Post reporters revealed Milley feared Trump might be following Adolf Hitler's playbook in seizing power. It is just one of several accounts revealing how military leaders considered heading off the president if he tried to use U.S. troops to retain power. Milley said he would not be commenting on any books. 'But I want you to know and I want everyone to know, I want America to know, that the United States military is an apolitical institution. We were then...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci had to strip naked and get hosed down 'in what looked like a kiddie pool' after being mailed a white powder he feared was deadly ricin.  The White House COVID adviser turned chief medical adviser, 80, has said he thought was at risk when he opened the envelope on August 27, 2020, at his office at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC, and mystery white powder blew into his face and chest.  Fauci's ordeal is explained in the new book, 'Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration's Response to the Pandemic That Changed History,' written by Washington Post reporters Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta.  Fauci, who is the director of the National Institutes for Health, said he believed the substance was one of three things: a prank to scare him, anthrax or ricin. If it was anthrax, he’d survive albeit be very ill. If it was ricin, he would be dead.   ‘Over the next few hours, his team hosed him down to his skivvies in a chemical lab, making him stand naked in what looked like a kiddy pool as...
    White House officials feared President Trump would not survive COVID-19, according to a new book that details the efforts made by aides to cut corners in accessing experimental drugs. At the time, officials insisted the president was admitted to Walter Reed National Medical Military Center 'out of an abundance of caution.' But 'Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration’s Response to the Pandemic That Changed History,' by Washington Post reporters Damian Paletta and Yasmeen Abutaleb, paints a different picture. It reveals that at least two of those briefed on the president's condition during that weekend last October feared that he 'wouldn't make it out of Walter Reed.' And people close to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said he was 'consumed with fear' that Trump might die. Donald Trump made a theatrical return to the White House after being released from Walter Reed National Medical Military Center after a three-day stay in October when he fell badly ill with COVID-19. Aides feared he 'wouldn't make it out' of the hospital and his chief of staff, Mark Meadows, reportedly was...
    A PRIEST has been arrested after throwing acid on seven bishops who were attending a disciplinary hearing against him. The shocking attack that took place at an Athens monastery has left three of the metropolitan bishops in a serious condition. 1The seven bishops were gathered for a disciplinary hearing against the priest before the horrific attackCredit: Wikipedia Members of the Petraki Monastery were believed to have gathered to discuss the defrocking of the 37-year-old hieromonk, who had been involved with a drug case, Greek outlet Kathimerini reports. The meeting at the headquarters of the Orthodox Church of Greece turned sinister after the priest feared he would be kicked out of the church. He then reportedly doused the faces and hands of the seven victims in vitriol in the unbelievable act of revenge. The Metropolitans of Kassandreia Nikodimos, Artis Kallinikos, Andreas of Dryinoupolis , Dionysios IV of Zakynthos , Kyrillos of Kifissia , Dimitrios of Goumenissa and Antonios of Glyfada are reportedly among those injured. A police officer, who arrested the priest, and two lawyers present at the hearing were also injured in the attack. The victims were taken to hospital where three of the bishops are...
    Prince Harry revealed an argument with then-girlfriend Meghan Markle was what pushed him to get therapy. In candid interviews with Oprah Winfrey on his new Apple TV show, The Me You Can't See, the Duke of Sussex, 36, said he realised he could 'lose the woman he could see spending the rest of his life with' if he didn't 'fix' himself. Harry told how he had tried drugs and alcohol to numb his pain, not realising at the time that was what he was doing, and when people close to him told him to seek help, he would say he did not need help. It wasn't until he met Meghan, he said in the second episode, that he decided he needed help. He's now been in therapy for four years. Prince Harry revealed an argument with then-girlfriend Meghan Markle was what pushed him to get therapy 'I saw GPs. I saw doctors. I saw therapists. I saw alternative therapists. I saw all sorts of people, but it was meeting and being with Meghan,' he explained.  'I knew that if...
    In his new show, The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry says his family tried to prevent him and Megan from leaving when she was suicidal and admits to drinking and doing drugs in his 30s.  'Eventually when I made that decision for my family, I was still told, ‘You can’t do this,' Harry recounted to Oprah. 'And it’s like, ‘Well how bad does it have to get until I am allowed to do this?’ She [Markle] was going to end her life. It shouldn’t have to get to that.' In the candid interview with Oprah, the prince discusses his failure to process the grief from the death of his mother; the helplessness he felt to protect her; his dependence on drugs and alcohol to numb the pain; his anxiety and sense of being trapped in the palace; his family's refusal to help when Megan felt suicidal and how therapy helped him 'break the cycle.'  'For me, therapy has equipped me to be able to take on anything,' he said.  When asked if he has any regrets, he says it...
    Eric Clapton has hit out at ‘propaganda’ over vaccine safety, claiming he suffered alarming side effects after his Covid jabs. The legendary guitarist, a lockdown sceptic, said his hands and feet became ‘useless’ – prompting fears he would never play again. In a message to his music producer, he said: ‘I took the first jab of AZ [AstraZeneca] and straight away had severe reactions which lasted ten days.’ Eric Clapton has hit out at ‘propaganda’ over vaccine safety, claiming he suffered alarming side effects after his Covid jabs. He is pictured above at a concert in March 2020 The 76-year-old said he ‘recovered eventually’ but suffered further ‘disastrous reactions’ six weeks later after the second shot.  He added: ‘My hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning, and pretty much useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again... ‘I should never have gone near the needle. ‘But the propaganda said the vaccine was safe for everyone.’ The musician, who has emphysema, ended his email to Italian music mogul Robin Monotti Graziadei, saying: ‘I’ve been a rebel...
    Top Democratic lawmakers in New York state remain silent after a fifth woman came forward to accuse Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct - despite insisting the embattled governor should resign if any more accusers emerged. On Saturday, Ana Liss, 35, and Karen Hinton, 62, both made separate allegations of sexual misconduct against Cuomo, 63, bringing the total number of accusers up to five. Liss, who previously served as Cuomo's policy and operations aide between 2013 and 2015, told the Wall Street Journal that during her time in his administration, the governor had subjected her to unsolicited advances, including touching her lower back, kissing her hand and quizzing her about her love life. Her claims were followed by Hinton, who recalled for the Washington Post about an incident in which Cuomo summoned her to his 'dimly lit' hotel room and embraced her after a work event in 2000. Hinton said she tried to pull away from Cuomo, but claims he pulled her back and held her before she managed to escape the room.  State Sen. Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, (D-Westchester), is still...
    SIMON Cowell has told of the horror moment he "smashed his spine to pieces" and feared he'd never walk again. The X Factor boss, 61, passed out from the pain of breaking his back when he fell from his electric scooter last August. 3Simon Cowell has spoken out about breaking his backCredit: ExtraTV Simon - who lost four stone on a vegan diet in 2019 - says he's now fitter and healthier than he's ever been. Speaking to ex-girlfriend Terri Seymour on Extra, Simon said: "I've never been in this situation in my life where you literally can't move. "The pain was off the charts… But you've got to stay positive… "I made a promise to myself I'd be fitter than I was before I had the accident. Sure enough, that's what happened." 3He 'smashed his spine to pieces' after falling from an electric bikeCredit: BackGrid He added: "I knew I'd broken my back the minute I landed. It was...
    Tiger Woods looked exhausted in a TV interview days before his horror crash on Tuesday in which he shattered his ankle and fractured his leg. The golfer, 45, sparked concern among viewers as he spoke to CBS Sports on Sunday about the upcoming Masters after recently undergoing his fifth back surgery. The sporting icon is now 'awake, responsive and recovering in his hospital room' after extensive surgery following the crash in which he rolled his Genesis GV80 SUV. Tiger Woods looked exhausted in a TV interview days before his horror crash on Tuesday in which he shattered his ankle and fractured his leg Speaking to CBS Sports host Jim Nantz, Woods was asked about his recovery and if he could compete in the first major of the year in April. He said: 'God I hope so, I've got to get there first. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tiger Woods was 'agitated and impatient and almost hit... Road to disaster: How Tiger Woods' 15-minute car journey... Share this article Share 'A...
    ERLING HAALAND feared he would not be able to hack it in the Bundesliga before his transfer from RB Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund. That is according to his old Salzburg boss Jess Marsch who always knew the 20-year-old would be a success. 2Erling Haaland was nervous he would not make it in the BundesligaCredit: Rex Features Haaland moved from the Austrian side to the German giants in January 2020. He had bagged 28 goals in just 22 games for Salzburg since his transfer from Norwegian side Molde just 12 months before. And there has been no stopping him since his Dortmund switch with the goal machine hitting the net a staggering 41 times and providing ten assists in just 42 games. But that has come as no surprise to Marsch who revealed Haaland sought reassurance from him about his ability to succeed in the Bundesliga at just 19. Marsch told Sportbuzzer: "That was exactly what he asked me at the beginning of his time in Dortmund. "I replied: 'What would have really surprised me is if you do not...
    PETER Andre has admitted he was "freaking out" after he tested positive for coronavirus last month. The 47-year-old said it affected him "psychologically" as he continually worried if it was "going to get worse". 6Peter told Australia's The Morning Show how he "freaked out" about the test result Singer Pete took to Australia's The Morning Show alongside wife Emily to explain his constant worries that his symptoms would worsen. "Once I had it, you have go the psychological side of it where you start freaking out about, 'Is this going to get worse'," the father-of-four told the show. The Mysterious Girl star said it was needing to be hooked up to an oxygen tank that scared him the most, having seen it happen to others on TV. "Only because you are hearing all the stories every day on the news about people that are in intensive care and people that are on oxygen and you start to fear it," Pete continued. 6Pete said his biggest fear was being hooked up to an oxygen mask 6Both...
    Dr Anthony Fauci says he feared people would start doing 'dangerous and foolish things' after Donald Trump suggested that injecting disinfectant could treat COVID-19.  In a wide-ranging interview on CNN's Out Front, the 80-year-old also said he was never worried about Trump firing him because he wasn't a presidential employee and admitted it was a 'good thing' that the Biden administration had let go high-profile members of the COVID-19 task force, including Dr Deborah Birx. When asked what his reaction was to Trump's disinfectant comments early on in the pandemic, Fauci said: 'I just said, 'Oh my goodness gracious.' I could just see what's going to happen'. 'You're going to have people who hear that from the president and they're going to start doing dangerous and foolish things, which is the reason why, immediately, those of us who were not there said 'this is something you should not do'.  Dr Anthony Fauci gave a wide-ranging interview to CNN criticizing Donald Trump's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, including his 'dangerous' suggestion that disinfectant could be a COVID-19 cure Fauci said that...
    STACEY Solomon fought back tears on Loose Women today as she revealed she struggled to feed baby Rex and feared he was too skinny. The ITV show spoke about whether it was okay to call your child "chunky", after Kim Kardashian shared a photo of her babies and said she loved their baby rolls. 4Stacey Solomon says she struggled to feed baby Rex and feared he was too skinny Reality star Kim, 40, had written on Instagram: "OMG found this pic in my phone and our babies are so tiny and cute and chunky and perfect!!!" Nadia Sawalha asked the Loose Women panel if it was ever OK to comment on a baby's weight, with Stacey, 31, admitting the discussion made her emotional because of her own experiences with baby Rex. Stacey gave birth to Rex early in May 2019. And the mum-of-three said she was trying to get her youngest to put on weight because it would have reassured her he was growing and healthy. She said: "Do you know what, talking about this makes me a bit emotional....
    Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that he battled COVID-19 over Christmas and feared that he would 'die on my own' from it. The presenter, 60, wrote about his health scare in his latest article for The Sunday Times, sharing that he began to feel unwell four days before Christmas. Clarkson said that after Googling his symptoms, he eventually got tested for coronavirus where it came back positive.    'It was scary!' Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that he battled COVID-19 over Christmas and feared that he would 'die on my own' from it (pictured in July during a Covid testing) 'The doctor was very clear,' the presenter recalled in his column. 'I'd feel under the weather for between five and 14 days and then I'd either get better or I'd have to go to hospital. 'Where, because I am 60 and fat, and because I've smoked half a million cigarettes and had double pneumonia, I'd probably die, on my own, in a lonely plastic tent.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I've survived COVID and swine flu': Olivia Attwood steps... 'It's...
    The New York Police Department said Tuesday that they have identified 'SoHo Karen' and may charge her with assault, grand larceny or attempted robbery. On Saturday a white woman who has been dubbed 'Soho Karen' approached black jazz artist Keyon Harrold and his 14-year-old son Keyon Jr in the lobby of the boutique Arlo Hotel in SoHo and accused the teen of stealing her cell phone.  She pushed and grabbed the two and scratched Keyon Sr’s hands in her fight for the phone, which she wrongly thought was hers. Her phone was reportedly found in an Uber and returned to her by the driver minutes after the squabble. NYPD tells DailyMail.com says that 'Karen' has been positively identified and detectives are trying to locate her and the case is not being investigated as a bias incident. Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said during a press briefing Tuesday: 'We believe that she lives out of state so we’re trying to ascertain if she’s still within the New York City area.'  Harrison said the case was initially classified as harassment but it has...
    The 14-year-old black teen who was attacked by 'SoHo Karen' when she wrongly accused him of stealing her phone says he's still 'shell-shocked' and fears what would have happened if his father wasn't with him. On Saturday Grammy-winning African American jazz artist Keyon Harrold filmed the moment a young woman approached his 14-year-old son Keyon Jr in the lobby of the boutique Arlo Hotel in SoHo and tackled him. 'I don’t know what would have happened if my dad wasn’t there. These past few days, still kind of shell-shocked, but I’m hanging in there,' Keyon Jr said on Good Morning America Tuesday. 'For me I was confused because I had never seen that lady ever and I didn’t know what to do in the moment. That’s why I was happy to have my dad here to help me,' he said.  Video of the incident was shared on social media, where it sparked outrage. The family's lawyer is petitioning the Manhattan District Attorney's office to press charges including assault and battery.   DailyMail.com has reached out to the Arlo hotel for comment.  ...
    SWAT teams had a standoff at rapper Famous Dex's home after cops feared he allegedly hurt his ex and barricaded himself inside with guns. Police were called regarding a potential domestic disturbance at Dex's home on Monday, law enforcement told TMZ. 1Cops reportedly turned up at Famous Dex's houseCredit: Instagram The caller claimed that an argument between the rapper and his ex-girlfriend turned violent, alleging that he had at least one gun in the house. The outlet reported that when cops arrived they found the woman with cuts and called for backup. Most read in NewsCOVIDIOTSDamning leaked docs from China 'show country LIED about Covid to "protect" image'tip-offMystery of woman found dead with sand in lungs as dad gets message naming ‘killers’HAMMER BLOWDiver fights off 8ft hammerhead shark with his camera stick while spearfishingSO VILEFirefighter & wife 'raped girl, 7, to show her how to have baby & stitched wounds'JOE JOKEDon Jr mocks Biden over broken foot as he says Kamala 'rubbing her hands together''ASHAMED'Kidnap survivor Elizabeth Smart didn’t tell parents she was raped during ordeal More to follow... For...
    BRITNEY Spears' business partner Bobby Ochs claimed that the singer's dad Jamie Spears was once "unhinged" at him and he even feared that he would "get physical." The celebrity restaurateur and the hitmaker worked together to open the restaurant Nyla back in 2002 -- it is now closed. 9Britney Spears' business partner claimed that the star's dad Jamie Spears was once 'unhinged' at him, and he feared he'd 'get physical'Credit: Getty Images At the moment, the popular entertainer is attempting to have her father removed from his lead role in the court conservatorship that has had Jamie in charge of her finances. However, Bobby claimed to Page Six that he also doesn't have the best memories of Jamie. He alleged to the outlet: “I had a similar problem with Jamie. He didn’t have any say in the business, but a few days prior to the grand opening, out of the blue, he came storming into my office at 9 a.m. with an unknown young man and woman. “He appeared to be either hungover or high, because he was literally...
    BOXING legend Mike Tyson has claimed that a number of fighters used to get drunk before entering the ring to give them 'the nerve'. The 54-year-old - who is preparing to fight Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout later this month - made the revelation on his Hotboxin' Podcast. 5Mike Tyson has declared that some fighters used to get drunk before stepping inside the ringCredit: Hot Boxin 5Tyson faces his American compatriot Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout on November 28Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Commenting on fighters not allowed to enter the ring if they are drunk, Tyson said: "Listen, there have been fighters that did it. "They can't fight without drinking, they've got to be drunk to fight. "They ain't got the nerve, they've got to be drunk. World champions. "They can't do this s*** without no motherf****** alcohol, on my right hand to god." Tyson then went on to discuss his fear of testing positive for HIV during his career after former WBO heavyweight champion Tommy Morrison contracted the virus. The boxer - who...
    RAPPER Mo3 is feared dead after his vehicle was allegedly sprayed with bullets on a Dallas freeway. Dallas police confirmed to The Sun that a shooting took place and that the victim was deceased. 2Mo3 is feared deadCredit: Instagram Who is rapper Mo3? Mo3, who was 28, was a recording artist from Dallas. He was born Melvin Noble, on May 31, 1992. Mo3 has been long associated with Boosie Badazz's Bad Azz Music label. 2Graphic footage of the scene Why is Mo3 feared dead? Graphic footage emerged showing a man receiving CPR after a drive-by shooting on a Dallas freeway. Sources confirmed to Urban Islandz that Mo3 was driving on a busy freeway when a car pulled up next to him and allegedly sprayed his vehicle with bullets. The rapper's car then reportedly crashed into a concrete barrier before coming to a halt. Most read in NewsBALLOT BUSTPoll worker claims she saw 'blatant fraud and people ripping open envelopes'TRIGGER MANFlorida Gov ‘to allow locals to SHOOT looters & rioters targeting businesses’CRUDE NEWSMSNBC guest mutters ‘s**t, f**k’ to himself on LIVE TV as...
    Though a Democrat has won the presidency, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn warned his party is being destroyed by the "defund the police" movement that arose over the summer. "'Defund the police' is killing our party, and we've got to stop it," the South Carolina kingmaker said in an interview with CBSN Monday. It was a topic he said he and the late civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis discussed. "John Lewis and I were very concerned when these slogans came out about 'defund the police,'" he said. "We sat together on the House floor and talked about how that slogan... could undermine the BLM movement, just as 'burn, baby, burn' destroyed our movement back in the '60s." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "John would never yell, 'burn, baby, burn;" John would never say, 'defund the police,' as progressive as he was, and I'm just as progressive as anybody else," Clyburn said. He went on to say that "we just lost Joe Cunningham," a South Carolina Democratic House member who lost his reelection bid against Republican...
    PRESIDENT Trump said "bad things" are going to happen to the Anonymous author, and added that he feared Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was behind the op-ed. Trump's comments came just days after former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff Miles Taylor revealed himself as the one who penned a New York Times op-ed on Trump's "perilous presidency." 1Trump said he suspected members of his own staff – including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – after the Anonymous essay was published "This guy goes out and writes a book…. all of a sudden he becomes nasty," Trump said to his supporters in Tampa, Florida on Thursday. He called the staffer "low" and said he "had nothing to do with the White House." Trump added that he constatntly suspected members of his staff of being Anonymous – even those he worked closely with. "For a year everyone walks into my office – Secretary of State Pompeo… I'm wondering: 'Could that be the one?'" Trump said. It turns out to be this lowlife. I have no idea who he is," Trump...
    A MAN plummeted through a sinkhole sending him 15-feet below ground to a hell hole of swarming of rats – making it difficult to scream for help out of fear that the rodents would get in this mouth. Leonard Shoulders, 33, was waiting for the bus on Third Ave. near E. 183rd St. in the Bronx, NY, on Saturday when the concert sidewalk suddenly collapsed from under him. 5The sinkhole where Leonard Shoulders fell through on Third Ave. near E. 183rd St. in the Bronx, NYCredit: CBS New York “He was just standing and the sidewalk just – it was like a suction. Like a sinkhole. He just went down,” the victim’s mother, Cindy White told NBC New York. “It could have been anyone. It could have been anyone it was a whole scary situation. It was my son and thank God he’s alive.” In a surveillance video, Shoulders can be seen standing on a corner when the sidewalk suddenly opens beneath him. He can be seen trying to hold on but is unable to – ultimately plummeting 12 to...
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