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    Two victims who were sexually and mentally abused at the hands of a disgraced Manhattan neurologist, speak out after learning that their abuser hung himself at Riker's Island, avoiding a possible life sentence.   Terrie Phoenix, who testified last month against Ricardo Cruciano, 68, spoke to DailyMail.com through her attorney, Jeffrey Fritz, whose Philadelphia-based law firm Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., has represented 30 women who are all victims of the pain doctor, with abuse that dates back as far as 2002.  'I take comfort knowing he now faces another judge,' she said.   On July 29, a Manhattan jury found Cruciani guilty of predatory sexual assault, attempted rape, sexual abuse, and seven counts of criminal sexual act, after six of his former patients testified against him. On Monday, nearly three weeks after he was convicted, Cruciani was found hanging in a common shower area around 6 am in the Eric M. Taylor Center at Riker's Island. He had a sheet wrapped around his neck, sources and the Department of Corrections said, according to The New York Post. Cruciani stood on a chair and used...
    A woman who was sexually-assaulted by a New York neurologist during treatment told of her relief after he was convicted of sex attacks against six women. Hillary Tullin spoke out after Ricarco Cruciani, 68, was convicted of 12 attacks on Friday, which included sexual assaults and rapes. He faces life behind bars. Tullin told the New York Times she was 'beyond happy' and added: 'To finally be vindicated, to finally know that this man will never hurt another person, to finally know that I might be able to sleep at night — it’s a great sense of relief.'  Tullin, a former ABC producer who was attacked after seeking treatment for chronic pain, added: 'As much as I’ve gone through trauma counseling and therapy. 'I don’t think it was until I got this verdict that I could finally say, I can start healing. I can start trying to rebuild my life again.' She spoke after jurors agreed that Cruciani got his patients hooked on powerful opioids and sexually assaulted them at their most vulnerable.  The attacks that he faced trial over...
    A man in California says he has been infected with COVID and monkeypox at the same time in the first known case in America. Mitcho Thompson, a cannabis salesman in Sebastopol, tested positive for the pandemic virus in late June after feeling 'wiped out'. Days later, red lesions erupted across his back, legs, arms and neck, which he said doctors diagnosed as monkeypox. Thompson was bedridden for weeks as trouble breathing and chills left him barely able to get up for water. Dr. Dean Winslow, an infectious diseases expert at Stanford University, said it was possible for someone to be infected by both viruses at once. He said Thompson had had 'incredibly bad luck'. It comes as America's monkeypox tally surges to 2,593 cases — the second highest tally in the world, right behind Spain, which has 3,125 cases. Mitcho Thompson, a cannabis salesman in Sebastopol, says he has been infected with COVID and monkeypox at the same time. He is pictured above at home He tested positive for COVID in late June after feeling under the weather. But a...
    Giménez emphasized the point by retweeting the video of Buttigieg's comments from his official social media account. "The Biden Administration's all-out assault on American energy serves one purpose: it is a deliberate attempt to force electric vehicles onto Americans by hurting you and your paychecks," he tweeted. "Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg told me himself in today's T&I hearing." Buttigieg was was also grilled on the implication he made that people could buy an electric car in order to avoid high gas prices. Many on the left praised Buttigieg for a veiled insult he made against former President Donald Trump during the hearing when one Republican asked him about Biden's mental competence in the Oval Office. Here's the video of the exchange: \u201cPete Buttigieg is grilled by Rep. Gimenez over the costs associated with buying an electric vehicle:\n\n"The more pain we are all experiencing from the high price of gas, the more benefit there is for those who can access electric vehicles."\u201d — The Post Millennial (@The Post Millennial) 1658253024
    The father of murdered Ana Kriegel has passed away four years after his daughter was brutally murdered. Patrick Kriegel 'died peacefully' at the family home in Leixlip in County Kildare, Ireland last weekend and was laid to rest yesterday. Ana was found dead aged 14 after being sexually assaulted and bludgeoned with a concrete block by Ireland's youngest killers, who were 13-years-old at the time.  At Patrick's funeral at Newlands Cross Crematorium, his wife Geraldine said the dad 'couldn't bear the pain of losing his little girl', The Irish Sun reports, although his cause of death has not been revealed.  Ana, who had been adopted by the couple from Russia when she was two years old, sparked a frantic search after her parents reported her missing in May 2018.  Patrick Kriegel (pictured leaving the Central Criminal Court in Dublin, 2019 with his wife Geraldine) 'couldn't bear the pain' of losing his daughter Ana Ana Kriegel, 14, was found dead in an abandoned farmhouse in Luca, Co. Dublin, in May 2018 following a three-day search after her parents reported her missing Fourteen-year-old Ana had...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. When Sen. Chris Van Hollen felt a sharp pain in his neck, then felt light-headed, two minutes into a speech at the Rocky Gap Resort last month, he had to make a quick decision. Should he tell his audience, which had gathered for the Western Maryland Democratic Summit, that he wasn’t feeling well, and sit down? Or should he ignore his symptoms and “muscle through”? He decided to continue speaking, propping his arm on the lectern for balance. “It was a pretty good speech, after all,” he recalled with a chuckle. To those in the crowd, he showed no visible signs of being in distress at the time. Although he finished his remarks, his condition deteriorated, and that evening Van Hollen was rushed from his home in Kensington to George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. That’s where he received the “scary” diagnosis: The pain he was feeling was due to a neck vein that had burst —...
    BUFFALO, Minn. (WCCO) — A jury has reached a verdict just hours after the prosecution and defense on Thursday rested their cases in the trial of Gregory Ulrich, accused in the fatal shooting at a Buffalo health clinic last year. Ulrich, 68, took to the stand in his defense in the morning. He faces several charges, including murder, for allegedly setting off two homemade bombs in the clinic and shooting five people, leaving four seriously injured and one dead. I am in the Wright County Justice Center right now for the trial of Gregory Ulrich, who shot 5 nurses and killed 1 of them back on February 9, 2021 at an Allina Clinic in Buffalo. Ulrich took the stand around 9:15am. #wcco ???? — Marielle Mohs (@MarielleMohs) June 2, 2022 READ MORE: Man Accused In Buffalo Clinic Shooting Declines To Look At SurvivorsOn the stand, Ulrich said he’s been experiencing pain since 2016 after a surgery addressing scoliosis. He said he was given two months of pain medication, and was then cut off for refills despite persistent and unbearable...
    BUFFALO, Minn. (WCCO) — Both the prosecution and defense on Thursday rested their cases in the trial of Gregory Ulrich, accused in the fatal shooting at a Buffalo health clinic last year. Ulrich, 68, took to the stand in his defense in the morning. He faces several charges, including murder, for allegedly setting off two homemade bombs in the clinic and shooting five people, leaving four seriously injured and one dead. I am in the Wright County Justice Center right now for the trial of Gregory Ulrich, who shot 5 nurses and killed 1 of them back on February 9, 2021 at an Allina Clinic in Buffalo. Ulrich took the stand around 9:15am. #wcco ???? — Marielle Mohs (@MarielleMohs) June 2, 2022 READ MORE: Man Accused In Buffalo Clinic Shooting Declines To Look At SurvivorsOn the stand, Ulrich said he’s been experiencing pain since 2016 after a surgery addressing scoliosis. He said he was given two months of pain medication, and was then cut off for refills despite persistent and unbearable pain. He said he asked over...
    The former king of Spain wants Court of Appeal judges to step in after he was sued by an ex-lover. Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, a Danish businesswoman, has taken legal action against Juan Carlos I and is seeking damages for personal injury. She alleges he caused her 'great mental pain' by spying on and harassing her. German-born Danish entrepreneur Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, 57, is suing ex-lover Juan Carlos I, former king of Spain, for 'tens of millions of euros' in London's High Court, having accused him of 'unlawful covert and overt surveillance' Juan Carlos, 84, who ruled from 1975 until his abdication in June 2014 and the succession of his son King Felipe VI, denies any wrongdoing. Lawyers representing Juan Carlos argued he is 'entitled to immunity from the jurisdiction of the English courts in his capacity as a senior member of the Spanish royal family'. But after a recent hearing in London, High Court judge Mr Justice Nicklin ruled against the former king, saying the claim can go ahead. In a follow-up hearing on Tuesday, Juan Carlos's lawyers told the judge...
    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday defended the Biden administration amid an onslaught of Republican accusations that the president's policies led to record-high energy prices.  United States gas prices reached a record-high nationwide average of $4.25 per gallon on Wednesday, rising eight cents the day after President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian energy imports.  Global oil and gas prices have skyrocketed since Vladimir Putin gave Moscow's forces the order to invade Ukraine on February 24.   During remarks at the White House on Tuesday, Biden commiserated with US drivers as he announced his Russian energy blockade. He admitted prices would rise further and vowed 'to do everything I can to minimize Putin’s price hike here at home.' But Republican lawmakers claim it's the president's clean energy policies that are to blame for cutting US fossil fuel production. 'Yes, oil is an international market, but the main reason Americans are paying so much is bad domestic policies. These aren’t Putin’s price hikes. They’re President Biden’s,' House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy said in a press conference on Wednesday.' Psaki...
    A pensioner in India illegally had twelve Covid-19 jabs in less than a year before being caught by the police. Brahamdev Mandal had the dozen vaccines in just 11 months, and even had two within half an hour of each other on the same day. The 84-year-old said he wanted to feel stronger during the pandemic, and claimed the multiple jabs rid him of his joint pain he has had for eight years. The serial-vaxxer was able to sign up for extra jabs by using different people's ID and lying to health officials, and is now facing a string of charges. Two doses of Covid-19 vaccines are required for adults in most countries to be considered 'fully vaccinated,' with a third 'booster' jab becoming more common in order to enhance immunity that decreases over time. Some countries, such as Austria, have also begun rolling out fourth doses to specific groups, such as healthcare workers, while Turkey has offered a fifth. However, twelve doses is unheard of and not recommended by health bodies. Brahamdev Mandal, 84 (pictured), had 12 Covid-19 vaccines...
    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said his toe injury is a fracture and added that he doesn’t expect the situation to cause him to miss any games. Rodgers has been playing with the toe injury the last two games after missing a 13-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs because of a positive COVID-19 test. The reigning MVP said the injury occurred while working out at home during his quarantine. “I’m going to deal with the pain,” Rodgers said Wednesday. “It’s all about pain management. I’m going to deal with the pain as this goes on, and hopefully we get some healing during the weeks with limited practice reps. I’ll try to be on the practice field as much as I can, deal with the pain, and the goal is to play every single week.” The NFC North-leading Packers (8-3) host the Los Angeles Rams (7-3) on Sunday and then have the next week off. Rodgers, who has said the injury involves his pinky toe, noted Wednesday there are surgical options that wouldn’t involve him missing any games. “I’ll...
    Jason Merritt/Getty Images Will Smith may know better than anyone that you never forget your first love. In his new memoir Will, the actor revealed that he developed a “psychosomatic reaction” to having an orgasm following his first heartbreak, which sometimes caused him to vomit after sex. Smith shared that when he was 16-years-old, he began seeing a girl named Melanie Parker, who he said had already endured so much pain at that age, as her mother was imprisoned for killing her father. Parker, who Smith said “had been the center of my life” since the day he met her, eventually moved in with him and his family. “Healing the pain of her trauma became my constant preoccupation. The look in Melanie’s eyes became the substitute for [my grandmother] Gigi’s approval,” he said. “I’ve always needed a woman to achieve for.” Things changed when Smith began traveling while on tour, as Paker cheated on him while he was away, prompting Smith to have sex with a myriad of other women. “I had sex with so many women, and it was so constitutionally disagreeable...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has described his emergency back surgery ordeal in leaked remarks to his production staff, saying the 'intense' experience with powerful prescription painkillers had given him a new understanding of the opioid crisis.  Carlson made the remarks on Wednesday in a private speech to his crew, hours after undergoing emergency back surgery to correct an issue that left him in excruciating pain, according to a tape of the remarks reported by Vice News.  The conservative pundit apparently suffered an undisclosed injury on Monday that prompted him to seek treatment and get the emergency surgery on Wednesday morning, calling it 'one of the most traumatic things that's ever happened to me in my whole life, ever,' in the leaked remarks. Carlson, an avowed teetotaler, said that even high doses of prescription opioids dilaudid and fentanyl failed to ease the pain, but said that his experience with the powerful drugs gave him a new appreciation for their ability to 'extinguish the spirit within you'. Carlson is seen on Wednesday's show, hours after undergoing emergency surgery. He said in leaked remarks...
    He is known for starring as Mayhem in the Allstate Insurance advertising campaign. And Dean Winters knows all to well what the effect of a whirlwind of chaos can cause someone in their actual life. The 57-year-old actor has revealed that he has been in constant pain since undergoing multiple amputations following a bacterial infection. He told Page Six on Tuesday: 'I haven’t taken a step since 2009 without being in pain.  'I've been sucking it up': Dean Winters (seen in April 2019) has revealed that he has been in constant pain since undergoing multiple amputations following a bacterial infection in 2019 'I’ve got neuropathy on, you know, on a whole different level where I can’t feel my hands and my feet. But if I stepped on a pebble, it’s like I go through the roof.' Winters had contracted a bacterial infection which lead him into cardiac arrest for over two minutes while he was in an ambulance ride across Central Park. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian, 41, and Pete Davidson, 27, are...
    A BLOKE has found himself savaged online after telling his wife he'll never forgive her if she decides to have a water birth. Turning to others for advice, the woman quizzed whether she was being "unreasonable" to think that it's up to her how she chooses to give birth and not down to her husband's preferences. 1A woman was left furious when her husband told her he'd never forgive her if she opted to have a water birthCredit: Shutterstock The wife explained that she and husband have repeatedly found themselves fighting over whether or not she should have a water birth, despite the fact that she's not even pregnant. She shared on Mumsnet that she is hoping to fall pregnant soon, but her husband is against her wishes to have a water birth, telling her that he thinks the "more pain you go through, the better your bond with your baby". The wife wrote: "So I'm not pregnant but hoping to be in the next few months. I have previously told OH I would ideally like...
    T-Pain and Usher. Prince Williams/Wireimage Getty; NBCU/Getty T-Pain said Usher's comments on his use of Auto-Tune was the catalyst for a four-year depression. In an interview with Billboard, Usher responded, saying "we've spoken since and we're good." But T-Pain recently told Insider that the two haven't talked, and that "it is what it is." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. T-Pain clarified that he and Usher actually never had a conversation after the R&B singer's Auto-Tune comments caused the rapper to become depressed — despite Usher implying otherwise. "I just moved on. I just got out of my pity party and moved on," T-Pain told Insider earlier this week while promoting his partnership with LG Homestyle Challenge. "We never really had a conversation."  The Grammy Award-winning rapper, singer, and producer recently revealed in a Netflix documentary, "This Is Pop," that Usher's disparaging...
    An NHS doctor and TikTok star has detailed the worst injury he's ever seen – a fractured penis that was so swollen and purple it 'looked like an aubergine'. Dr Karan Rangarjan, a surgical doctor and lecturer at Sunderland University, shares his experience and knowledge with his 4.1 million followers on TikTok. But his answer to a question about the worst injury he's ever seen is enough to make any man cross his legs and cringe. While on shift, Dr Rangarjan was just about to go on his break in the early hours of the morning when an 'embarrassed' young man in 'excruciating pain' arrived with his girlfriend. Dr Karan Rangarjan (pictured) has detailed the worst injury he's ever seen – a fractured penis that was so swollen and purple it 'looked like an aubergine' Dr Karan Rangarjan (pictured, left and right) explained the pair had been enjoying themselves a little bit too vigorously in the bedroom when the man heard a 'popping' sound – followed by extreme pain in his genitals The pair had been enjoying...
    T-Pain. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP T-Pain reveals in the Netflix series "This Is Pop" that Usher called him out about using Auto-Tune. "He said, 'I'm gonna tell you something, man. You kinda f‑‑‑ed up music,'" T-Pain said. "That's the very moment that started a four-year depression for me," the artist said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Auto-Tune made T-Pain a hitmaker, but also led to a dark period in his life. The rapper-producer revealed in Netflix 's upcoming series "This Is Pop" that he suffered from depression for four years after Usher told him that he "f---ed up music."  "Usher was my friend. I really respect Usher. And he said, 'I'm gonna tell you something, man. You kinda f‑‑‑ed up music,'" T-Pain said in a clip of the show that was released by Entertainment Weekly on Monday. T-Pain said that he chuckled when Usher told him that, but then realized the singer was serious. "He was like, 'Yeah man you really f‑‑‑ed up music for real singers,'" T-Pain said. "I was like, 'What did I do? I came...
    London (CNN)Prince Harry has said he drank heavily, took drugs and had panic attacks while struggling to cope with the pressures of royal life during his late 20s and early 30s. Harry discussed mental health with Oprah Winfrey, in a wide-ranging interview for their Apple TV+ documentary series that aims to remove the stigma around the topic.He spoke of the loss of his mother during the program and said that as a child he was "so angry with what happened to her." The Duke of Sussex, who was 12 when Princess Diana died in 1997, said that in the years that followed few people around him discussed her death. Harry also revealed that he coped with panic attacks and severe anxiety as an adult. Prince William slams the BBC after report finds deceitful methods used to secure Diana interview"28 to probably 32 was a nightmare time in my life," he said. Read MoreAs a young royal with a party lifestyle, Harry was frequently featured in the UK's tabloid press.The prince said he drank heavily while unhappy. "I would probably...
    Sean Hannity ripped into Prince Harry for calling the First Amendment 'bonkers', calling him a 'right royal pain in the a**'. The Fox News primetime host called out Harry for comments he made on Dax Shepard's podcast Armchair Expert on Thursday, where he admitted he didn't understand the First Amendment.  Addressing the comments at the end of his 9pm Fox show, Hannity said: 'Before we go I have a message for Harry who is now attacking one of America's most sacred rights, the freedom of speech. 'Harry, we really don't need  you coming from England to give us lectures on the First Amendment. 'And if you can't understand the importance of free expression and the importance of Constitutional  principles that allow for a free exchange of ideas and opinions that make America the greatest country on earth then maybe it's time for you to move to a place more compatible with your restrictive ideas.  'This is what public figures in America go through.' Sean Hannity said he had a message for Prince Harry, 'who is now attacking one of America's most...
    Prince Harry said he wants to “break the cycle” of “genetic pain and suffering” passed on by his dad Prince Charles. “He treated me the way he was treated,” the Duke of Sussex shared during his appearance on Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast. The comments were noted by Page Six in a piece published Thursday. (RELATED: Meghan Markle’s Rep Denies Former Advisor To The Duchess Filed Bullying Complaint Against Her) “It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that gets passed on anyway,” he added. “So we as parents should be doing the most we can to try and say, ‘You know what? That happened to me, I’m going to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.'”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Page Six (@pagesix) The royal explained he now wants to “break the cycle” after realizing he was “treated” the way his father, Prince Charles, was treated and he wants to “change” that for his “own kids. (RELATED: Kate Middleton Mortified, ‘Hurt’ Following Meghan Markle’s Claims Duchess Made Her ‘Cry,’ Royal Author...
    Prince Charles and Prince Harry in 2019. SOPA Images/Getty Images Prince Harry says he wants to break the cycle of "genetic pain and suffering" in his family. He appeared on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast to discuss his mental-health journey. Harry told Oprah in March that his father stopped taking his calls when he stepped back as a royal. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Harry says he wants to "break that cycle" of "genetic pain" in his family. Speaking on a new episode of the podcast "Armchair Expert," released on Thursday, the Duke of Sussex opened up about his mental health and said that he did not want to pass on the pain he experienced during his upbringing to his children.  "I don't think we should be pointing the finger or blaming anybody, but certainly when it comes to parenting, if I've experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered, I'm going to make sure I break that cycle so that...
    Prince Harry is opening up about his relationship with his father. The 36-year-old royal recently appeared on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast and gave fans a peek into his relationship with his father. "He treated me the way he was treated," the Duke of Sussex said. It's long been rumored that his father Prince Charles has somewhat of a rough relationship with his own parents – Queen Elizabeth II and the late Prince Philip – who strictly prepared him to one day be a monarch. The relationship was so strained that Harry said he began to consider leaving the royal lifestyle behind in his "early 20s." The comment nixed the idea that his wife, Meghan Markle, was the motivation for him to leave the family. PRINCE HARRY REVEALED HE WANTED TO QUIT ROYAL FAMILY IN HIS 20S: ‘LOOK WHAT IT DID TO MY MOM’ In fact, he said that seeing what royal life did to his mother, the late Princess Diana, fueled his desire to dip out. Prince Harry (right) said that his father Prince Charles (left) put him...
    PRINCE Harry says he desperately wants to "break the cycle" of "genetic pain and suffering" caused by Prince Charles’ parenting. The Duke of Sussex who is also expecting a daughter with wife Meghan, today vowed not to “pass on” the pain he had experienced to his children.  4Prince Harry today took aim at dad Charles’ parenting as he revealed he wanted to “break the cycle” of pain in the Royal FamilyCredit: PA:Press Association 4The Duke of Sussex who is expecting a daughter with wife Meghan and is already father to son Archie, aged two, vowed not to “pass on” the pain passed on to him by his familyCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Harry said there was 'a lot of genetic pain and suffering' that he did not wish to pass on to his childrenCredit: AFP Speaking on the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard, he said: "There is no blame.  “I don't think we should be pointing the finger or blaming anybody. "But certainly when it comes to parenting, if I've experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain...
    An Australian engineer convinced he is the love child of a young Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles thanked well-wishers for their 'beautiful' messages on Mother's Day - claiming he knows the Duchess 'shares his pain' at being separated. British-born father-of-nine Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 55, who now lives in Queensland, insists he is related to the royals and has said a number of times that he would like a DNA test to prove his family link. Charles and Camilla have never responded to his claims. It comes amid claims another Australian gentleman living in Darwin believes he is the illegitimate son of Edward VIII.  Writing on Facebook yesterday, Simon said mothering Sunday is 'always a hard day' for him, and he feels the 'pain' of others who don't have a mother to share it with. Simon Dorante-Day, who is pictured with his wife Elvianna, often posts updates on his bid to be recognised by the Royal Family to Facebook A comparative image of Simon Charles Dorante-Day (left) opposite the woman he claims is his real mother, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall ...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA is ready to go through 'pain and torture' to have his hand raised against Tyson Fury. Joshua's long-awaited undisputed heavyweight title fight with his fellow Brit, which will land in Saudi Arabia in the summer, is set to be announced in the coming days. 5NINTCHDBPICT000639517916Credit: Reuters 5Anthony Joshua has vowed to go through 'pain and torture' to beat Tyson FuryCredit: [email protected] The Watford warrior has been champing at the bit to get his hands on Fury for years and has vowed to walk through hell and back to get the better of The Gypsy King. AJ told Hornets hitman Troy Deeney: "Am I excited? I ain't excited, it is what it is. "I'm getting ready to walk through a brick wall and nothing is getting in my way. "I'm ready to go through whatever pain, torture, adversity I have to go through in order to win, that's why I'm really looking forward to it." Joshua and Fury's Saudi showdown will crown the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis defeated Evander Holyfield in 1999. But unified king AJ...
    ASHLEY Cain revealed that he "woke up hurting" but inspired by his late daughter Azaylia's memory as he headed out for a run today. The 30-year-old star was left devastated following the death of his eight-month-old daughter last month. 7Ashley said he 'woke up hurting' todayCredit: Instagram However, upon his return to social media the heartbroken dad vowed to keep his little girl's memory alive, and channel her courage and bravery at this unbearably difficult time. Taking to his Instagram Story this morning, Ashley filmed himself out on the street dressed in sports gear, writing: "Woke up this morning hurting. Hurting, but inspired." In the video, he repeated: "Let's go champ" as he ran - a phrase he and girlfriend Safiyya used while Azaylia battled leukaemia. Azaylia passed away at home on 24 April, and at the weekend Ashley said that the "pain" of not being able to see his daughter is "consuming his whole body". 7However, he is 'inspired' by his daughter's memoryCredit: Instagram 7The star bought orange trainers to honour AzayliaCredit: Instagram He admitted that he was turning...
    ASHLEY Cain said his body is "consumed by pain" as he grieves the death of his daughter Azaylia. The heartbroken dad lost his little girl last weekend after her brave battle with a rare from of leukaemia. 7Ashley Cain is consumed by pain after daughter Azaylia's deathCredit: Instagram He is struggling to cope with the tragedy, but is using his daughter's memory and the promises he made to her to motivate himself. Taking to the streets for a run today in his new orange trainers, Azaylia's favourite colour, Ashley said she is inspiring him to stay positive. He wrote on Instagram: "Right now, It’s taking everything I have to begin each new day. The pain of not being able to see my little girl is consuming my whole body. "So this afternoon, I put on my new running trainers that I bought after Azaylia gained her angle wings. I got them in orange to represent Azaylia and her battle, in the hope they would inspire me to get out and work through the pain. 7He got new trainers...
    IT'S been a tough slog, but This Morning's Eamonn Holmes is feeling 'good' after five weeks of debilitating back pain. The host, who is battling chronic back pain shared his good news on Twitter and promised it was the start of his "comeback". 8This Morning's Eamonn Holmes, 61, he felt good for the first time in five weeksCredit: PA "My Physio has just left , and u know what ? For the first time in 5 weeks I feel good ! Can't believe I'm saying that but steroid injections from last week must be kicking in too. The comeback starts here ........ I hope," he wrote adding a prayer hands emoji. His fans reacted with joy to the good news telling him, "glad you're feeling better" and wanting regular updates about his "road to recovery". "After seeing all the crap news this evening this is the best news I've heard in ages," wrote on Twitter user. Another added: "Glad you're feeling better Eamonn let's hope it's the start of you getting relatively pain free." 8The TV host has been battling chronic...
    JEFFREE Star said he's in "excruciating pain because part of my back is broken" after his car flipped three times in a crash. The YouTube star revealed he was in a "severe car crash" in Wyoming on his Twitter yesterday. 6Jeffree Star is in hospital following a horror car crashCredit: Twitter/@JeffreeStar Now Jeffree has updated his fans on his condition - who is in hospital alongside his friend. He wrote on his Twitter and Instagram on Saturday: "This morning was one of the scariest moments of our entire lives. "I'm so grateful to be here still. I'm in excruciating pain because part of my back is broken and I have vertebrae fractures on my spine." He added: "My doctor said it will take a few months but I should make a full recovery." 6The star gave an update from hospital 6His friend is also in hospital The beauty influencer's friend, Daniel Lucas, was also injured in the collision. Jeffree continued: "My best friend Daniel has internal injuries and because he has survived colon cancer...
    EAMONN Holmes says he's in a "waking nightmare" as he struggles to sleep through his agonising chronic pain. The This Morning star told fans he'd only managed to get two hours of sleep last night because of his mystery condition. 3Eamonn Holmes updated fans on his painCredit: Rex Eamonn, 61, will have to wait until later this week to find out the results of an MRI scan after going to hospital on Thursday. Updating fans on his condition, Eamonn said: "Well time to check in again ..... who's not having a good night ? "Who has pain that's stopping them being in a beautiful dream ? Who is living a waking nightmare through #ChronicPain ? Just trying to get us all speaking to each other and offering comfort and support." He added "Ok so body decided I was enjoying those 2 hours of sleep too much! 3The 61-year-old is struggling to sleepCredit: instagram @ eamonholmes "Pain at its worst lying down. So anyone know how to sleep standing up ? Just asking for a friend "All this talk...
    EAMONN Holmes has said he won't know what's wrong with him until next week after being taken to hospital with chronic pain. The TV legend, 61, who recommended prayer to his followers today, said his agony could continue for days more because the doctors who can help him are off for Easter. 6Eamonn Holmes says he won't know what's wrong until the middle of next weekCredit: Instagram The much-loved star was taken to hospital on Thursday with "pain like I've never experienced in my life". But speaking to followers in the early hours of today he said he was no better - with sleep his "only escape". Eamonn tweeted: "My pain hasn't gone away but understandably and unluckily for me the professionals who analyse and diagnose are on an Easter break. "So to everyone, Twitter community, Family and friends who are asking "What's Wrong? " unfortunately I won't know until middle of next week." 6The star recommended prayer to his followers in early-morning messages todayCredit: Getty - Contributor 6The daytime TV legend is famous for hosting This Morning with wife...
    EAMONN Holmes says he's "living with chronic pain" that's turned him into an insomniac. The 61-year-old messaged fans on twitter at 2.30am as he struggled to sleep. 3Credit: instagram @ eamonholmes "In that Twilight Zone between Night time and Morning," he wrote. "Anyone else find these Hours the worst.... particularly if you suffer Chronic pain?" He said "night is the worse" and there's "no escape". Eamonn added: "I just want people who suffer to know there are others Tricia and maybe they can talk to each other and swop advice on here?" 3Credit: instagram @ eamonholmes He spent the early hours talking to fans who were also nocturnal - and comforted them about their own health struggles. Eamonn underwent a double hip operation in 2016. The stand-in This Morning presenter later admitted he feared he would die during the op after hearing his pal Sir Terry Wogan had passed away just hours before. He told the Daily Star: "It was very foreboding. I was not very optimistic about the whole thing." 3Credit: Rex Most read in CelebrityMAMA'S HORRORMama June reveals she has...
    More On: alexander wang Alexander Wang slams sexual assault claims Designer Alexander Wang denies sexual assault accusations ‘RHOBH’ stars Erika Jayne and Dorit Kemsley twin in Alexander Wang Hailey Baldwin and Dua Lipa’s favorite jean shorts look like they’re undone Two months after being accused of sexual assault and secretly drugging unsuspecting partygoers, Alexander Wang is changing his stance. The fashion designer, 37, released a statement on his Instagram on Monday, acknowledging the pain he caused his accusers and vowing to change his ways. “A number of individuals have come forward recently to raise claims against me regarding my past personal behavior. I support their right to come forward, and I’ve listened carefully to what they had to say,” Wang wrote. “It was not easy for them to share their stories, and I regret acting in a way that caused them pain,” he said. However, he continued to dispute the truth of the accusations: “While we disagree on some of the details of these personal interactions, I will set a better example and use my visibility and influence to...
    Fashion designer Alexander Wang says he will "do better" following sexual assault allegations against him — allegations he first denied as "baseless and grotesquely false" in recent months. The 37-year-old, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, addressed the claims in an Instagram post on Monday, saying, "I regret acting in a way that caused them pain," though he did not issue an apology to any alleged victims.  Alexander Wang said he will 'do better' following the sexual assault allegations. (JP Yim/Getty Images) (JP Yim/Getty Images) "A number of individuals have come forward recently to raise claims against me regarding my past personal behavior. I support their right to come forward, and I’ve listened carefully to what they had to say. It was not easy for them to share their stories, and I regret acting in a way that caused them pain. While we disagree on some of the details of these personal interactions, I will set a better example and use my visibility and influence to encourage others to recognize harmful behaviors. Life is about learning and growth, and now...
    Alexander Wang released a new statement acknowledging the sexual assault allegations against him and promising to 'do better' on Monday Alexander Wang has released a new statement acknowledging the sexual assault allegations against him and promising to 'do better'.   The 37-year-old fashion designer has maintained that he never touched anyone inappropriately as at least 11 people came forward with allegations against him since late December.  He struck a more apologetic tone in an Instagram post on Monday, where he said he supports the accusers' right to come forward but still refused to admit wrongdoing.   'A number of individuals have come forward recently to raise claims against me regarding my past personal behavior,' Wang wrote.  'I support their right to come forward, and I've listened carefully to what they had to say. It was not easy for them to share their stories, and I regret acting in a way that caused them pain.  'While we disagree on some of the details of these personal interactions, I will set a better example and use my visibility and influence to encourage others...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he won't resign from office amid growing calls for him to step down over sexual harassment allegations. After a third woman came forward to allege inappropriate conduct, the governor said during a press conference he felt "embarrassed" for the "pain I've caused" and pledged to cooperate with an investigation led by the state attorney general. "I never knew at the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable," Cuomo told reporters after giving updates on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. "I never, ever meant to offend anyone or hurt anyone or cause anyone pain. I feel terrible that these people felt uncomfortable, felt hurt, felt pain from the interactions, and I'm embarrassed by it, and I feel bad from it." Cuomo apologizes but says he won't resign 06:59 Charlotte Bennett, a former health policy adviser to Cuomo, claimed that the governor asked her questions about her sex life, including whether she had ever had sex with older men. Her attorney, Debra Katz, said in a statement Wednesday that Bennett...
    CHRIS Evans says he's still feeling "wobbly and weak" and has to wear "adult nappies" after his surgery to remove kidney stones. It comes after The Sun revealed earlier this month that the broadcaster, 54, was rushed to hospital in agonising pain. 4Chris Evans returned to air this morning after his surgeryCredit: Dan Charity - The Sun Chris originally thought that he had trapped wind, but an ultrasound and CT scans showed the presence of a large kidney stone. Stand-in Virgin Radio Breakfast Show presenter Sam Pinkham held the fort whilst he recovered at home. And after two weeks off air, the DJ returned earlier this morning and started off his segment by thanking his co-worker for all the support. He told listeners on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show earlier today: “This is the Virgin Radio Show live from the top of the news tower... 4The broadcaster thanked Sam Pinkham for stepping in during his absence on airCredit: EPA "Thank you Sam for everything you did over the last couple of weeks, not just on the air but off the...
    THE heartbroken boyfriend of missing backpacker Esther Dingley has revealed the couple’s final texts and said he feels “lost” without her.  Dan Colegate, 38, has spoken of the “excruciating” pain of his partner’s disappearance after climbing 2,700m in the Pyrenees.  5Dan has spoken of the 'excruciating' pain of Esther's disappearanceCredit: Refer to Caption 5Esther Dingley disappeared in the Pyranees almost 50 days agoCredit: Reuters Travel blogger and Oxford graduate Esther, 37, vanished almost 50 days ago leaving little trace of her whereabouts.  Now, her boyfriend Dan has told The Sunday Mirror of his devastation at her loss and unveiled the couple’s final texts before Esther went missing. Speaking to the paper he said: “Since Esther went missing I’ve been lost in a world that no longer makes sense to me.  “The pain of her disappearance is excruciating – but even that pales into insignificance against the pain of not knowing.”  Esther and Dan had been travelling together in the Pyrenees before the former personal trainer headed off on a four-week solo hiking trip between France and Spain.  But just three...
    Late Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek was an 'absolute warrior' during his final tapings of the game show, which air this week, according to the program's executive producer. Trebek died on November 8 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, but continued filming Jeopardy right up until the end. According to executive producer Mike Richards, who appeared on the Today show on Monday morning, Trebek was in 'enormous pain' for those last episodes but made the 'herculean' effort to be there. Icon: Late Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek (seen in 2019) was an 'absolute warrior' during his final tapings of the game show, which air this week, according to the program's executive producer Star: Mike Richards said Trebek was in 'enormous pain' for those last episodes but made the 'herculean' effort to be there “He was an absolute warrior.”“Jeopardy!” executive producer Mike Richards reflects on Alex Trebek’s legacy and final episodes. pic.twitter.com/VCiPERxKgt— TODAY (@TODAYshow) January 4, 2021 Trebek passed away at age 80 after a two-year battle with cancer, but continued hosting Jeopardy! — which he had been the face of since 1984 — until...
    TORI Spelling and husband Dean McDermott mourned his sister Dawn's death from cancer. The 54-year-old actor said his late sister suffered "unrelenting pain" in a heartbreaking tribute on Instagram. 8Tori and Dean mourned the loss of his sister in a heartbreaking Instagram postCredit: Getty Images 8Dawn died after suffering from 'unrelenting pain'Credit: Instagram Dean shared the news of his sister's passing in an Instagram post on Monday. Alongside a photo of Dawn smiling, Dean wrote: "In the early morning of December 12th our beautiful sister Dawn Marilyn McDermott got her angel wings. "For over 6 years she fought so hard against the cancer that invaded her body. "As her body betrayed her and brought her unrelenting pain everyday, she never complained once. "She always had the biggest smile on her face and loved being with family and friends." 8Dean shared the touching tribute with his followers on MondayCredit: Getty - Contributor 8He shared the sad news to let his fans know how 'incredible' Dawn wasCredit: Getty - Contributor "I’m sharing this with everyone because I want the world to know...
    Jerry Jones had some kind words to say about his former receiver Dez Bryant ahead of Tuesday’s game between the Cowboys and Ravens.  The Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens are meeting up for the new 2020 staple known as Tuesday Night Football. This also means Dez Bryant will go up against his old team for the first time since departing in 2018. Bryant was ultimately released after eight years with the team. He made three Pro Bowls and was a top target for Tony Romo throughout his time in Dallas. Now the veteran receiver is with the Ravens and has a chance to send the Cowboys spiraling toward the top of the 2021 NFL Draft. Essentially, a great game from Dez helps his old team in the long-term. Bryant was a big personality in Dallas and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones provided fans with a great quote on his lasting feeling for the receiver. Jerry Jones on Dez Bryant: “He was a joy for me. He was a pain in the ass, but he was a joy.” — Jon Machota (@jonmachota)...
    SINGER Bobby Brown says he's in "devastating pain" after his son Bobby Brown Jr.'s shocking death on Wednesday. The hit songwriter told US Weekly recently: “Please keep my family in your prayers at this time. 13Bobby Brown is heartbroken and in 'devastating pain' following the death of his son, Bobby Jr.Credit: Getty Images - Getty “Losing my son at this point in our lives has devastated my family. There are no words to explain the pain.” Bobby Jr., 28, was found dead at home in Encino, Los Angeles on Wednesday around 1:50 pm. The cops were called for a "medical emergency," but the cause of death is still unknown at this time. A spokesperson for LA Police shared: "Upon officers’ arrival, there was a person down at the location." 13The aspiring singer was found dead at his home in Los Angeles on WednesdayCredit: Instagram 13The police were called for a 'medical emergency' but no cause of death is known at this timeCredit: Instagram His close friend Karey Graves told The Daily Mail that the aspiring singer suffered from a heart...
    Justin Bieber has opened about wanting to escape mental health struggles, saying there was a time he felt “really, really suicidal.” The “Holy” singer, 26, revealed he secretly battled suicidal thoughts in a new YouTube documentary, “Justin Bieber: Next Chapter.” “I think there were times where I was really, really suicidal. Like, man, is this pain ever going to go away?” Bieber said. Justin Bieber in 2010FilmMagic “It was so consistent, the pain was so consistent. I was just suffering. So, I’m just like, man, I would rather not feel this than feel this.” The pop star said he “could have avoided a lot of pain” if he had been more vocal about his struggles. He now wants to use his platform to urge others to be open about their mental health. “I just would encourage people, like, hey, if you’re feeling lonely, talk about it. Say it out loud,” he said. Bieber, who married model Hailey Baldwin in 2018, was previously candid about struggling with the pressure of fame in an Instagram post last year. “It’s hard to get...
    Loading the player... Bob Woodward’s latest book, Rage, which was reportedly culled from hours of audio interviews the legendary former journalist conducted with President Donald Trump, has revealed a lot about the state of the Trump White House. Revelations about Trump’s knowledge of the coronavirus has been one of the most egregious revelations. However, the book also revealed more of Trump’s feelings about race. President Donald Trump departs after speaking about potential judicial appointees in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House Wednesday. He also fielded questions about the coronavirus and “Rage,” Bob Woodward’s new book about him. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images) In one interview audio clip that was released to The Washington Post, Woodward asked Trump about the existence of white privilege. He explained to the president that they were both white men, with privileged upbringings. Woodward’s father was an attorney, and, later, a judge in Illinois, while Fred Trump was a New York real estate magnate. “Do you have any sense that that privilege has isolated and put you in a cave, to a certain...
    A video that surfaced online Saturday shows Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old father of six, speaking publicly from his hospital bed for the first time since he was shot in the back seven times by police last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Hide The video of Blake was shared by Civil Rights lawyer Ben Crump and has been viewed on Twitter over a million times. Hide “It’s a lot more life to live out here, man,” Blake says in the video. “Your life, and not only just your life, your legs, something you need to move forward in life, can be taken from you like this.” He describes the physical pain he’s enduring due to bullets lodged in his back from the shooting. “I got staples in my back, staples in my damn stomach,” he says. “Every 24 hours it’s nothing but pain, it hurts to breathe, it hurts to sleep, it hurts to move from side to side, it hurts to eat. “Please, I’m telling you. Change y’all lives out there,” Blake continues. “We can stick together, make some money, make...
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