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    A FORMER carer has claimed she now earns 33 times her old salary thanks to a side hustle – and all she does is chat to people. Latiesha Jones, 21, started camgirling aged 19, while studying for her criminology degree at University of Salford and working as a shop assistant for the supermarket chain Tesco. 7Latiesha Jones now rakes in £40,000 a month after setting up her own agencyCredit: SWNS 7Latiesha says she finds the work 'empowering'Credit: SWNS 7Latiesha Jones started camgirling when she was a student and has now taken her bsuiness full timeCredit: SWNS 7Latiesha says she has the support of her familyCredit: SWNS 7She says many of her clients just want to chatCredit: SWNS After finding herself making an “easy” £300-an-hour she started to look at setting up her own agency - Latiesha's live. Latiesha, from Manchester, UK,  said: "It was so empowering, and I loved that I could make so much from just an hour or so of speaking to someone. "People just like to talk about their lives and it's a variety of people -...
    An SUV driver who plowed into a Times Square crowd and killed an 18 year-old tourist screamed 'I want to kill them all!' afterwards, a court heard. Richard Rojas' murder trial, which opened in New York Monday, also heard that the 31 year-old military veteran was well-aware of what he was doing during the 2017 carnage, despite his defense's claims that he wasn't of sound-mind.  A Manhattan jury heard from prosecutor Alfred Peterson how in 2017 Rojas barreled into helpless tourists who were visiting the popular destination known as 'the crossroads of the world,' killing Alyssa Elsman, a tourist visiting from Michigan, and injuring 22 others. It was 'impossible for him not to know exactly what was happening,' Peterson said in his opening statement. 'But he didn´t stop.' After Rojas crashed his car, his first words to a traffic agent were, 'I wanted to kill them all,' the prosecutor said.  He is said to have been high on drug PCP at the time.  Richard Rojas, 31, was well aware of the carnage he was causing by plowing through helpless tourists in 2017...
    Chicago Bears receiver Byron Pringle complained about it being hot as he squirmed around uncomfortably in the back of a police cruiser, and told officers 'I see how people die in the backseat of this b****' after he was arrested in Florida for doing donuts in his Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat while his son was in the car.  Pringle, 28, who sat handcuffed in the backseat of the trooper's vehicle for about nine minutes before they started driving over to the Pasco County Jail, begged them to hurry up.   The exchange and Pringle's arrest was captured on dashcam and bodycam video that was later released by the Florida Highway Patrol.  Florida Highway Patrol officers say Pringle became 'verbally confrontational' after he was stopped around 6 p.m. while burning rubber doing donuts in his vehicle on Saturday night in Pascoe County, north of Tampa.  Bodycam video shows Pringle and his passenger, believed to be his son, being pulled from the car, as he's heard on the video telling trooper 'Come on, let me get out.' He then asked for the deputy on the scene to...
    More On: new york yankees Yankees’ utility man makes two key plays on no-hit night Yankees lose another outfielder to injury Yankee’s no-hitter still ‘special’ despite sudden trend Twitter celebrates Yankees pitcher’s no-hitter Among the many benefits of stoicism? Being oblivious to others’ suffering. Because, the way Kyle Higashioka recalled it, he was a hot mess as the outs ticked down to the first major league no-hitter on his catching résumé. “I was not calm at all,” Higashioka said, smiling, after his batterymate Corey Kluber threw his first career no-hitter, leading the Yankees to a 2-0 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday night at Globe Life Field. “I was doing a lot of hyperventilating on the bench. Luckily Corey didn’t notice.” Of course he didn’t. The two-time American League Cy Young Award winner, in his first year with the Yankees, is known as the “Klubot” because of his ability to block out all distractions and focus on his task. From his vantage point, Higashioka — who also scored the Yankees’ first run, hustling from first base on Tyler Wade’s...
    A Malian woman has given birth to nine babies after medics missed two on her scans and told her she would have seven. Halima Cisse, 25, and all five girls and four boys are 'doing fine' after a cesarean section in Morocco. Ms Cisse was flown to Morocco to make sure the babies were delivered safely after the pregnancy attracted the attention of the West African nation's leaders. Halima Cisse, 25, and all five girls and four boys are 'doing fine' after a cesarean section in Morocco. Pictured, three of the babies RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next When doctors told a pregnant mum to terminate her baby or... 'I never gave up': Read the moving letter a dying dad wrote... Share this article Share 'The newborns (five girls and four boys) and the mother are all doing well,' Mali's health minister, Fanta Siby, said in a statement.  Cisse was expected to give birth to seven babies, according to ultrasounds conducted in Morocco and Mali that missed two of the siblings. All...
    Twitter via Senator Ted Cruz Late on Saturday night, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) tweeted three photos of himself helping out fellow Texans while the state continues to be faced with freezing temperatures, widespread power outages, and a water shortage. But the post captioned, “#TexasStrong,” didn’t sit well with many Twitter users, who promptly called him out due to the senator’s family vacation to Cancun, Mexico earlier in the week. #TexasStrong pic.twitter.com/gK4DHtsvLU — Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) February 21, 2021 Some characterized Cruz’s photos as a shameless photo op while others judged his efforts as lacking when compared to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). Overall, the reactions were harshly negative. I’m glad someone in Ted Cruz’s Senate office finally instructed him on how to fake compassion, humanity, and creating the illusion that he cares about the people he was elected to serve. https://t.co/6JuuzUzpf2 — Melissa Ryan (@MelissaRyan) February 21, 2021 I guess this is for all the people who joined Twitter today? https://t.co/bFxFwAsVAd — Christian Schneider (@Schneider_CM) February 21, 2021 I’d be curious to know exactly how long @tedcruz...
    A Harvard graduate who claims she was fired from her 'dream job' at Deloitte after saying she'd 'stab' anyone who told her 'all lives matter' in a TikTok video was never actually employed by the firm, it has emerged. Claira Janover, 22, tearfully claimed on Wednesday that supporters of Donald Trump 'took my job away from me' by agitating for her firing, in response to the video. In the clip she threatens to 'stab' anyone who says 'all lives matter'. Deloitte, however, have confirmed that she was never an employee of the company.
    (CBS Local)– You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. These famous words defined a generation during the run of Rod Serling’s show “The Twilight Zone” in the late 1950s and early 1960s and they are relevant once again as season two of executive producer Jordan Peele’s iteration of the series drops on CBS All Access Thursday. Morena Baccarin is one of the many talented actors joining the fold this year and her episode “Downtime” deals with the concept of working your whole life for a dream and then suddenly reality becomes a dream. “I grew up watching some episodes here or there and it was really fun,” said Baccarin in an interview with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith. “As I was doing it, I realized how iconic that world is and how confusing it is to be in a Twilight Zone episode. It’s one episode of television, but there’s so much in it. It’s so dense. Every day I would go to work and feel exhausted emotionally. My character Michelle discovers she’s...
    Savannah Guthrie has defended her hairstyle to a viewer who claimed her casual waves were too 'unkempt' and 'distracting' for the news.   After receiving a negative tweet about her on-air look, the Today anchor, 48, pointed out that she and her co-stars have been forced to do their own hair and makeup amid the coronavirus pandemic.   '@SavannahGuthrie Cmon. With what they pay you, can't you afford a hair stylist? I love the natural unkempt look but it's distracting on @NBCNews national news,' the person commented on Tuesday morning.   Say what? Savannah Guthrie, 48, was criticized on Tuesday by a viewer who called her on-air hairstyle 'unkempt' and 'distracting'  Questions: 'With what they pay you, can't you afford a hair stylist?' the woman asked  Reminder: Savannah pointed out that she and her co-stars have been forced to do their own hair and makeup amid the coronavirus pandemic The journalist was nothing but gracious when she responded to the woman's backhanded compliment, writing: 'We are all doing our own hair and makeup during the pandemic. And yes it shows!'...
    (CNN)A now-viral video is causing outrage at Kansas City, Missouri, police officers after they arrested a man who was yelling during a protest of George Floyd's death, and one officer pepper-sprayed him.The video was posted Saturday on Twitter and had been viewed several million times by Tuesday night.In it, a man in a crowd of protesters is yelling at the officers facing him, a few feet away on the street. The protesters appears to be on a sidewalk.The man yells that the police overreact, shooting people and using excessive force prematurely. Thousands are marching in cities across America calling for justice for George Floyd"If you ain't got the balls to protect the streets and protect and serve like you was paid to do, turn in your damn badge," the man yelled.Read MoreAt one point, the man briefly steps forward into the street, then steps back into the crowd. Moments later, a group of about five officers, holding what appear to be cans of pepper spray, come to pull the protester out of the crowd.As two officers reach to pull the...
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