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    A young woman who is believed to be the lovechild of Russian president Vladimir Putin has not posted on social media for more than two months, sparking concern from her followers that she has been silenced. Luiza Rozova, also known as Elizaveta Krivonogikh, regularly posted on Instagram until October 1. The 18-year-old has not posted since. Since being 'outed' by Russian website Proekt last year, the student became a social media star with 82,5000 followers, her own fashion line, and is in demand as a DJ. In recent months, she spent time in Paris despite the Covid-19 restrictions. But now, concern is growing over the teenager - who bears a striking resemblance to Putin - who has not posted to her thousands of Instagram followers since she shared a picture of a foot poking out from under a duvet next to a laptop. Luiza Rozova (left), also known as Elizaveta Krivonogikh, regularly posted on the social media platform Instagram until October 1. The 18-year-old has not posted since. Ms Rozova's mother Svetlana, 46, is alleged to be the mistress of Russian president Vladimir...
    After the man bragged about attacking Capitol in a dating app, a woman at the pump turned a New York man into an FBI agent. During the uprising the U.S. The FBI has remanded Robert Chapman in custody on suspicion of assaulting Capitol, a woman who sent a message to Bump at Champaign has warned. Robert Chapman was arrested by the FBICredit: U.S. Department of Justice Chapman bragged about attacking CapitolCredit: U.S. Department of Justice According to legal documents, Champman began texting a woman after January 6 and claiming she was part of a failed coup attempt. “I attacked Capitol,” Chapman wrote. “I have come to the statue hall! “ Federal prosecutors included screen shots of the posts, in which Chapman bragged about his interviews with the Washington Post and other media. The woman simply replied, “We are not a match.” Chapman posted even worse evidence on FacebookCredit: Abi More than 370 rioters were arrestedCredit: Reuters Court documents state that the woman reprimanded him for these screen shots. Sources said TMJet Chapman was reported by another user and later...
    Boyd Allen Camper proudly told the national news media that he took part in the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol Complex. On Friday, in a federal district court, he was charged with four federal crimes. The defendant appeared in a widely-shared CBS News interview the day after the riot. “You were inside the Capitol?” a reporter asks. To which Camper responds: “I was on the front line.” “We’re going to take this damn place,” he adds later. “If you haven’t heard it’s called the insurrection act and we the people are ready.” The FBI cited Camper’s CBS News appearance in its seven-page criminal complaint. “Camper confirmed his presence inside the Capitol Building during a video interview with CBS News that was subsequently posted online,” the court papers read. “In the video, the interviewer introduced a person on the grounds outside the Capitol building as Boyd Camper from Montana. Wearing a blue jacket and camouflage hat, Camper acknowledged that he was inside of the Capitol.” Relying on five unidentified witnesses alleged to be “associated with Camper throughout the events”...
    Police nabbed Eric Spencer on Saturday, contending that he was part of a four-man gang that fleeced the Chanel Store in SoHo on Februar 2 A Brooklyn man has been arrested over an armed robbery at a Chanel store in New York City earlier this month after he allegedly bragged about the crime on social media.  Police nabbed Eric Spencer, 29, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, contending that he was part of a four-man gang that fleeced the designer store on February 2.  Shocking video from the daylight robbery, which occurred in the swanky SoHo neighborhood, shows the men enter the store before brazenly snatching bags and wallets off the shelves.  A female security guard claimed that one of the men allegedly lifted his shirt and flashed the butt of a pistol tucked into his waistband.  'Grab everything!' the same man reportedly yelled, before the gang fled the premises with $189,500 worth of goods.  The next day, Spencer purportedly posted to social media bragging about his designer loot, claiming that he had fleeced so much merchandise that he...
    A group of four girls who were arrested in the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old girl in a Louisiana Walmart bragged about it on social media after fleeing the store, saying: 'Oh well, she dead now'. The 15-year-old girl died in hospital from the injuries she sustained in the attack that was streamed live on social media at the Lake Charles Walmart on Saturday night.  One of the girls, aged 13, was eventually tracked down by police and taken into custody on a charge of second-degree murder.  Three other girls, aged 12, 13 and 14, were arrested on charges of being principals to second-degree murder.  Footage has since emerged of the girls bragging about the alleged killing on social media after fleeing the store. A group of four girls who were arrested in the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old girl in a Louisiana Walmart on Saturday bragged about it on social media (above) after fleeing the store 'I don't give f**k. If she killed her, she killed her. Oh f***ing well. She dead now,' one of the girls says in the video.  The...
    DENVER (CBS4)– The fifth Coloradan charged in the Capitol insurrection from earlier this month bragged about it on social media, according to the FBI. In the affidavit filed in U.S. District Court, Patrick Montgomery was seen in photographs posted on Facebook inside the U.S. Senate Chamber. Patrick Montgomery (credit: U.S. District Court) Montgomery, of Littleton, is facing charges of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority and and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. The FBI circled a man in red, that they identify as Montgomery standing inside the Senate Chamber. (credit: U.S. District Court) The FBI claims in one of the posts, Montgomery wrote, “We stormed the Senate…” One person commented, “Yeah don’t get into trouble man” to which Montgomery replied, “[Y]ou guys got to quit being scared to get in trouble! The USA is in trouble! I’ll go down fighting before I’m scared anymore of getting in trouble.” (credit: U.S. District Court) On Jan. 7, the FBI said they were informed that Montgomery deleted his Facebook and Instagram accounts. (credit:...
    DENVER (CBS4)– The fifth Coloradan charged in the Capitol attack from earlier this month bragged about it on social media, according to the FBI. In the affidavit filed in U.S. District Court, Patrick Montgomery was seen in photographs posted on Facebook inside the Capitol Building Senate Chambers. Patrick Montgomery (credit: U.S. District Court) Montgomery, of Littleton, is facing charges of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority and and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. The FBI circled a man in red, that they identify as Montgomery standing inside the Senate Chamber. (credit: U.S. District Court) The FBI claims in one of the posts, Montgomery wrote, “We stormed the Senate…” One person commented, “Yeah don’t get into trouble man” to which Montgomery replied, “[Y]ou guys got to quit being scared to get in trouble! The USA is in trouble! I’ll go down fighting before I’m scared anymore of getting in trouble.” (credit: U.S. District Court) On Jan. 7, the FBI said they were informed that Montgomery deleted his Facebook and Instagram accounts....
    Social media giveth; social media taketh away. A Florida man who used Instagram and Facebook to post about his participation in the pro-Trump siege of the U.S. Capitol Complex last week was charged with four federal crimes on Friday. Notably, one of those posts contained his stated belief that he had recently aced an interview with federal agents. “Just finished speaking to an FBI agent,” Samuel Camargo wrote on Facebook on January 8. “I believe I’ve been cleared.” A previous Facebook post begged forgiveness over his admitted role in the violent attack on the national seat of government: To all my friends, family, and people of the United States of America I apologize for my actions today at the Capitol in D.C. I was involved in the events that transpired earlier today. I will be getting off all social media for the foreseeable future and will cooperate with all investigations that may arise from my involvement. I’m sorry to all the people I’ve disappointed as this is not who I am nor what I stand for. Both posts–the...
    A Texas Tech University student who was partying when she claimed to have coronavirus in a video that went viral last week has resigned from her sorority. The video showed an unidentified female bragging about her party life despite testing positive for COVID.  Since the incident, the university has launched an investigation into the video and her sorority, Alpha Phi, condemned her behavior. 'The behavior in that video is appalling. When chapter leadership learned of this member’s behavior, the chapter immediately initiated judicial proceedings. The member has since chosen to resign outright,' a sorority spokeswoman told KWTX.   A Texas Tech University student who claimed to have coronavirus in a video that went viral last week has resigned from her sorority Alpha Phi The Office of the Dean of Students and Student Conduct shared in a tweet on September 6 that they were aware of the video and were addressing the matter The spokeswoman said that the chapter will 'cooperate fully with university officials and do all we can to support contract tracing to protect other students and ensure...
    A Minnesota man who allegedly bragged on social media about being among the first people present for the burning of the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct has been arrested on arson charges, numerous sources reported. Bryce Michael Williams, 26, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit arson after authorities say he was captured in a video standing near the entrance of the Third Precinct on May 28 holding a Molotov cocktail as others tried to ignite it, Twin Cities reported. Staples Man Charged In Minneapolis Police Third Precinct Arson https://t.co/yDG2AkivLE @ATFStPaul @FBIMinneapolis @MnDPS_SFM — U.S. Attorney MN (@DMNnews) June 17, 2020 Williams made his initial court appearance Wednesday. His arrest follows that of several others who were arrested for helping stoke the fire that engulfed the Minneapolis police precinct the same week of the death of George Floyd, who died after a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly 9 minutes. Investigators identified Williams in surveillance footage from the police station and from social media posts. In videos posted to his TikTok account, Williams was seen standing...
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