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    HAVE you ever heard of a wedding being celebrated without music? Well, there's a first for everything. A couple's special day was ruined when the Brooklyn hotel, where they hosted the ceremony, allegedly refused to pump up the party with some reasonably loud music. 5A bride's night was ruined when her venue refused to turn up the musicCredit: Sanford Rubenstein 5The couple didn't even get to enjoy their first danceCredit: Sanford Rubenstein According to the Daily Mail, Marjorie, and Russell Newman, the bride's parents, are taking legal action against the venue and wedding planner for $5 million. After having spent a big chunk of change on the ceremony, they claimed the Brooklyn Pier 1 hotel never notified them of the new noise level rule. The father of the bride claimed: "They never brought us in to say, 'This is what it is going to sound like or not sound like.' "They never gave us the opportunity to move the venue."  The hotel allegedly carried out the new rule just three weeks before the ceremony to be considerate of the...
    A Florida couple visiting Venice Beach were robbed at gunpoint as Los Angeles continues to be plagued by violent theft.  The violent attempted theft took place near Washington Boulevard and Dell Avenue in broad daylight around 1:45pm on Wednesday.  The victim was walking to his rental car with his girlfriend after spending the afternoon at the beach when they were followed and soon approached by two men who exited their White Sedan wearing black ski masks and demanded the man's Cartier watch, LAPD said.  When the victim refused to give up his high-end watch, he was shot in the leg, according to police. Cartier watch prices range from around $2,700 to $212,000, some even fetching higher rates.    Scroll for video  A Florida couple visiting Venice Beach were robbed at gunpoint in a brazen violent attack Wednesday afternoon after leaving the beach (Pictured: The attack took place during the afternoon near Washington Boulevard and Dell Avenue) The man was shot in the leg when he refused to give up his Cartier watch (Pictured: The attempted robbery occurred near Washington Boulevard and Dell...
    Three young boys were locked in a coal cellar nicknamed 'the hole' for days on end with the abuse only coming to light when one refused to go home after school, police say. That 11-year-old Pennsylvania boy's refusal to get into his family's minivan after school on Wednesday has led police to uncover what they have described as one of the worst child abuse cases they have ever encountered. Richard Hayes, 37, and his girlfriend, 26-year-old Natosha Bell, of suburban Pittsburgh, have been arrested and charged with 14 counts of aggravated and simple assault, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment, endangering the welfare of children.  The pair are accused of abusing their three children, aged 7, 10, and 11, locking them up in a dark coal cellar they dubbed 'the hole' without running water, bedding, or access to a bathroom, and submerging one of the kids in water.  Richard Hayes, 37 (left), and his 26-year-old girlfriend, Natosha Bell (right), have been charged with assault, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment and endangering the welfare of children 'House of horrors': The couple lived...
    A for sale sign is seen on a single family home January 30, 2008 in Vallejo, California. David Paul Morris/Getty Images A California couple could finally get into their new home after the former owner refused to leave. Due to the state's eviction moratorium, the seller continued to occupy the property after the couple bought the home. Myles and Tracie Albert were able to change the locks of their home after 15 months.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A California couple was finally able to change the locks on their new more than half-a-million-dollar home after the previous homeowner refused to leave the property for 15 months, according to CBSLA.  Myles and Tracie Albert, purchased their Riverside, California home in cash in January 2020 for $650,000 just before the coronavirus pandemic, as CBSLA reported. However, after they bought the four-bedroom home, the seller would not leave. "It's just draining, emotionally and financially," Tracie told Fox 11 LA in March.  Due to the state's COVID-19 eviction moratorium, which protects tenants from getting evicted amid the pandemic, the...
    (CNN)Authorities recovered the bodies of an elderly couple killed in their home just outside of Grand Lake, Colorado, by the raging East Troublesome Fire, Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin said in a video statement Friday.Lyle and Marylin Hileman, ages 86 and 84, didn't want to leave the home they had spent many years with their family in, the sheriff said. Their residence was completely burned, he added.Grand Lake is about 60 miles northwest of Denver."Over the past couple of days, I've worked with the Hileman family while they waited for the answers they really didn't want to hear but they knew were reality," Schroetlin said. Cars clog highways as families flee East Troublesome Fire in ColoradoThe East Troublesome Fire has grown to more than 188,000 acres and is 4% contained, officials said. Read MoreIt's one of several blazes burning in the state, in what has been a record-breaking 2020 fire season all across the Western US. Among the other blazes is the Cameron Peak Fire, the largest in Colorado history, that is now about 60% contained. In a statement read...
    In the final part of our serialisation of his sensational new book, distinguished royal historian Robert Lacey charts the eventful courtship of William and Kate, from their happy university days to their traumatic break-up while she was working for Jigsaw — and how William finally decided he needed Kate, and her family, permanently in his life. Just how accidental was it that Catherine 'Kate' Middleton ended up at the University of St Andrews in the autumn of 2001 — at precisely the same time as Prince William?  In August 2000, Kate's A-level results arrived in the post — two As and a B — exactly the grades she needed to secure her place at her first-choice university, Edinburgh. This was where she and two of her best friends from Marlborough College, Alice and Emilia, had long planned to study, and the three girls had already travelled up to Edinburgh together to set up their lodgings.  Out in Belize, where he was on military exercise with the Welsh Guards, Prince William received similarly welcome news — he'd achieved the A, B...
    A visibly drunk California couple was arrested at Miami International Airport on Sunday after the woman hopped over the airline ticket counter and attacked a ticket agent who refused to let her board because she wasn’t wearing shoes. Brittney Mohammadi of Huntington Beach and her boyfriend, Manuel Arteaga, 26, of Hawaiian Gardens approached the check-in counter at the American Airlines departure hall on Sunday. They were looking to get on board Flight 1061 from MIA to Los Angeles International Airport. Video shows Mohammadi turning violent when she was told that she would not be permitted onto the flight because she was barefoot. A 23-year-old California woman was arrested on Sunday after she scaled an American Airlines ticket counter at Miami International Airport and tried to attack a ticketing agent on Sunday The woman was irate after she was told she could not board the flight to Los Angeles because she was barefoot The woman was restrained by her boyfriend after they were denied entry into the gate The California couple has been identified...
    The Duchess of Sussex was the victim of 'racist and sexist tropes' in Britain from commentators and royal courtiers who were resistant to change, the author of the controversial new biography Finding Freedom claimed today. Omid Scobie's book was finally released today after weeks of revelations from its pages telling Harry and Meghan's side of the Megxit story. It offers highly personal insights - although Scobie and co-author Carolyn Durand claim they did not interview Harry and Meghan, and the couple did not co-operate. They do say, however, that 'many' friends gave them details for the book and that every revelation is confirmed by at least two sources. Scobie said the authors 'had a lens to the couple through their friends and their circle of aides' as well as covering the couple's private and public engagements.  Scobie and Durand have also blamed the monarchy for the bitterness of the Megxit row, saying it was the institution's resistance to change and refusal to accept Harry and Meghan's demands that led to the row over their departure from royal duties. Scobie told BBC...
    PRINCE Harry was so keen on leaving the Royal Family that he initially wanted to reject the chance to return after 12 months, a new book claims. The Queen reportedly wanted to offer Harry a trial period, giving him and Meghan the opportunity to return to the fold if they changed their mind. 9Harry reportedly wanted to reject the 12-month reviewCredit: Reuters 9'Finding Freedom' reveals new details about the couple's unhappinessCredit: The Mega Agency But the Duke of Sussex was so determined to make a clean break from the Royal Family that he wanted to reject the option of a review after 12 months, The Times reports. Finding Freedom - which has been serialised in The Times and The Sunday Times - reveals new details about Harry's and Meghan's unhappiness as well as their disagreements with relatives and courtiers. Harry and Meghan married in May 2018 and announced in January this year that they intended to “step back as ‘senior’ members” of the family. They also said they wanted to split their time between Britain and North America. CLEAN BREAK...
    A videography company in Ontario refused to film gay weddings. Getty An Ontario couple received an email from a local videography business refusing to shoot their wedding because they were in a same-sex relationship.  After one of the women shared a screenshot of the email online, Caramount Pictures was flooded with negative reviews.  "I say this with much care, because I know that your union is incredibly important to you, but we do not film homosexual weddings," the email read. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An Ontario couple was on the hunt for a videographer to shoot their wedding when they came across Caramount Pictures.  Kelly Roberts, 26, reached out to the company this past weekend to see if it might be interested in filming their nuptials next year. She was shocked by the response she received from the company's owner, Cara Hamstra, Roberts told The Star. "I say this with much care, because I know that your union is incredibly important to you, but we do not film homosexual weddings," Hamstra said in the email....
    David Koch’s widow has been accused of using code words to hide purchases and vacations from her ailing husband, in a complaint filed by the couple's ex bodyguard. Felicia Racine, 29, says Julia Koch, 58, also locked the billionaire in a room during a dinner party and was having an affair before his death aged 79 in August last year. She is also said to have refused a feeding tube for her husband.    U.S. Air Force veteran Racine, who worked for the couple between January 2018 and April 2020, filed a 17-page complaint last week with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, The New York Daily News reports.  In it she accused Julia of gender-based discrimination and a 'hostile work environment' after she was made to carry our 'remedial' tasks not asked of male bodyguards.  David Koch’s widow Julia has been accused of using code words to hide purchases and vacations from her ailing husband, in a complaint filed by the couple's ex bodyguard. The couple are pictured in 2016  Racine is also said to have been told Julia had a boyfriend called Charles Manger...
    Jill Duggar's husband Derick Dillard is publicly taking aim at her father Jim Bob once again, and this time, he's calling out the Counting On patriarch for excluding them from family functions, threatening them, and caring more about money than Jesus — and he's even comparing the 54-year-old father to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Derick, 31, has been speaking out against his father-in-law for some time, but over the past week has gone on a commenting spree on Instagram, replying to TLC viewers with his thoughts on the show and condemnations of Jim Bob. Most damningly, while discussing Jim Bob, Derick called for an end to a culture that is more concerned with money than 'protecting the most vulnerable,' noting that 'Jeff Epstein already showed us that if you have enough money, power, and influence, you can get away with anything.' Exposed: Jill Duggar's husband Derick Dillard is publicly taking aim at her father Jim Bob once again  The tea: The 31-year-old father-of-two has been spilling the beans on family drama in the comments section of an Instagram...
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