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    FROM high-flying adult movie star to accused murderer, this is how porn king John C Holmes became embroiled in one of the bloodiest killings to rock Hollywood. John was the closest thing to a rockstar in adult entertainment industry when he shot to fame in the 1970s. 12John C Holmes was embroiled in one of the bloodiest murders to hit HollywoodCredit: Getty 12Four members of the Wonderland Gang were found bludgeoned to death at their West Hollywood homeCredit: YouTube 12Cops said the scene was bloodier than that of the Tate-LaBianca murders in 1969Credit: YouTube 12The gang had been involved in a robbery at gangster Eddie Nash's homeCredit: YouTube 12John is claimed to have driven Nash's henchmen to the Wonderland homeCredit: YouTube He starred in more than 1,000 pornos and is rumoured to have slept with over 14,000 women during his two-decade-long career. But despite his fame and fortune, John would end up a washed-up actor with a gnawing drug habit - surrendering his life to petty crime. And it saw him become involved in the vicious and...
    The Brooklyn Nets were eliminated Monday night in sad and depressing fashion. Swept at home with much of the crowd cheering for the Celtics. Swept at home after Kevin Durant missed a pivotal free throw. Swept at home with Kyrie Irving being outplayed by Marcus Smart. Swept at home after shrinking in this series like mental midgets. There were many symbols of the disaster that unfolded for the Nets this season, too many to detail in this column space. All of them are unnerving to anybody with a stake in the future of this franchise. But none feel more ominous than the absence of Ben Simmons. He was nowhere in sight on the Nets bench, not even to cheer on his teammates while wearing his customary DNP Elton John outfits. We were given a new reason Simmons wasn’t playing in Monday’s 116-112 defeat, an absence that ensured he missed this entire season. Simmons is apparently dealing with a mental issue, or, as coach Steve Nash vaguely referenced, “there’s a mental component to everything.” We knew there might’ve been a problem...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Brooklyn coach Steve Nash doesn’t expect Ben Simmons to practice this week, making it unlikely the former 76ers star will be ready to play when the Nets visit Philadelphia on March 10. The Nets are hopeful Kevin Durant will return from his left knee sprain later this week, but it appears Simmons is still a ways off after not playing at all this season. READ MORE: Ex-Wilmington Police Officer Indicted For Excessive Force, Lying About Viral Incident, AG SaysHis back began bothering him as he tried to increase his workload, and Nash said Monday before the Nets played Toronto that Simmons is unlikely to practice this week. Acquired in the trade deadline deal that sent James Harden to the 76ers, Simmons said during his introductory press conference in Brooklyn that he hoped to be ready for the game in Philadelphia. The No. 1 pick in the 2016 draft sat out all season while seeking to be traded, citing mental health challenges. READ MORE: Rare Disease Day: 3 Local Siblings Diagnosed With Same Never-Before-Identified Genetic DisorderBut Nash...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – He received a lease violation for displaying a religious sculpture. A 72-year-old Sacramento man says he was forced to remove a statue of Jesus from outside his own front door at the Glen Ellen Mutual Housing Community apartment complex because the apartment manager called it a lease violation, displaying personal items in common areas. READ MORE: Road closure in place after fatal Modesto crash“This here, this here is a statue of Jesus Christ that I got wrote up for having, that I’ve had here 15 years,” Paul Nickson said. “They called it a common area, which is, the front of my door is not a common area.” The statue Nickson had outside his front door for 15 years now sits inside his home. Nickson says his new apartment manager forced him to move it or he could have received a second notice. “That could lead to me being evicted from my apartment,” Nickson said. Nickson has recently received a series of notices for violations, including one for having a broom in his carport. “A broom,” Nickson said....
    (CNN)A 25-year-old man has been charged with murder after he allegedly followed a woman to her New York City apartment and stabbed her dozens of times with a knife early Sunday morning, prosecutors say.Surveillance video from the entrance of the Chrystie Street apartment in Manhattan's Chinatown neighborhood shows Christina Yuna Lee, 35, entering the building around 4:20 a.m. and a man pushing the door open as it closed behind her and following her inside, according to a complaint filed by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.The man, identified by investigators as Assamad Nash, allegedly followed Lee up to the sixth floor of the walk-up apartment while remaining about a flight of stairs below her, according to the video evidence described in the complaint.When Lee reached the apartment and entered, the man ran to her door and pushed his way inside, according to the complaint. Someone in the building heard a female voice screaming for help, coming from the area of Lee's apartment, and police responded to a 911 call of a dispute, the complaint says.Michelle Gos death hasnt been labeled a...
    HAUNTING surveillance footage captured the last moments of a woman’s life before she was stabbed to death inside her apartment. Christina Yuna Lee, 35, entered her Chrystie Street apartment building in Chinatown Sunday. Following close behind her was her alleged killer, seen on video. 6Christina Yuna Lee, 35, was found stabbed to death in her Chinatown apartment after a man followed her on the way homeCredit: Linkedin 6Haunting video shows Yuna Lee walking into her building while her alleged killer trails after herCredit: CBS New York 6Asian American community leaders spoke out against the attack, calling for Mayor Eric Adams and the NYPD to do moreCredit: Getty Images - Getty Just moments later, the woman’s neighbor’s called police around 4:30 in the morning after hearing her screams during the attack, said authorities.  “We’ve got cameras on every floor and in the front here,” said the building’s owner. “She got out of a cab right here and he followed her.  “He grabbed the front door just before it closed. He followed her all the way up, hanging back, staying on the...
    The death of a New York City woman who police say was fatally stabbed by a homeless man who followed her into her apartment has sparked outrage and grief, especially in the Asian American community and among bail reform critics. Christina Yuna Lee, 35, was killed early Sunday morning when Assamad Nash, a 25-year-old homeless man with a criminal background, allegedly followed her into her Chinatown walk-up and stabbed her to death with a knife from her own kitchen. Neighbors heard the struggle and called police, who found the alleged attacker covered in blood and trying to flee through the fire escape, the New York Daily News reported. Nash barricaded himself further into the apartment until police broke down the door and found him hiding under Lee's bed. Lee's body was found in the bathtub. Nash was charged with murder and burglary Monday. ERIC ADAMS INSISTS NYC SUBWAYS ARE SAFE AFTER WOMAN PUSHED IN FRONT OF TRAIN “We’ve got cameras on every floor and in the front here,” the owner of the building told the...
    NEW YORK city was stunned on Sunday by news of a violent murder in Chinatown. The police have not yet labeled the tragedy a hate crime, but it is the latest in a series of 2022 events adding pressure on Mayor Adams to improve crime. 2Nash appears in a photo obtained by ABCCredit: ABC What do we know about the fatal encounter? According to The New York Post, Christina Yuna Lee, arrived home to her building on Chrystie Street around 4:30 a.m. Security footage shows Nash catching the building door behind Ms. Lee, just moments before closing. According to The New York Times, shortly thereafter, neighbors called the police reporting a disturbance. more on crimeRAP WORLD ROCKED LAPD searching for gunman who shot 4 including Kodak Black'GONE FOREVER' What to know about the alleged Brian Laundrie 'suicide note'KILLER FEARS Sadistic monster who strangled wife & chopped up body could be free in monthsSTILL OUT THERE My sister was murdered by Delphi killer & I'm terrified I'm being watched When emergency responders arrived, Ms. Lee was found dead in...
    A man reportedly followed a 35-year-old woman to her home in Manhattan's Chinatown in the early hours of Sunday morning and stabbed her to death, according to the NYPD and local news reports.   Police were called to the apartment shortly after 4:00 a.m. and found the man barricaded inside the home.  After gaining entry, police found the victim in the bathroom "with trauma about the body." "She got out of a cab right here and he followed her. He grabbed the front door just before it closed. He followed her all the way up, hanging back, staying one floor behind her all the way up to the sixth floor," the building's owner told the New York Post after reviewing surveillance footage. "Then, he waited until her door was just about closed and he went in." The suspect allegedly followed the woman inside her apartment at 111 Chrystie Street in Lower Manhattan.  (Google Maps) The victim, identified by police as Christina Yuna Lee, was pronounced dead at the scene.  MAN STEALS PURSE IN BRAZEN NYC SUBWAY ATTACK CAUGHT ON...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Instead of taking a big shot, James Harden wants to deliver one — right into Kyrie Irving’s arm. If Irving gets vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Brooklyn Nets become an almost unstoppable offense with three of the most dynamic scorers in the NBA. If he continues to refuse, the Nets might just continue to be a team that loses as often as it wins at home, where Irving is ineligible to play because of New York City’s vaccine mandate for professional athletes playing in public venues. After the Nets looked as good as ever in a 138-112 rout of Chicago on Wednesday with Irving in the lineup, Harden was ready to take matters into his own hands to make sure his fellow All-Star guard could stick around. “I’m going to give him the shot,” Harden said with a smile. A night later, Irving was again away from the team, Kevin Durant got a night to rest and the Nets were routed 130-109 by the Oklahoma City Thunder, falling to 11-11 at home. On the...
    (CNN)Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash has admitted that his team will be without Kyrie Irving for foreseeable home games, as issues relating to his star guard's vaccination status continue. On Friday, a New York City Hall official told CNN that Irving will be allowed to practice at the team's facility but will not be eligible to play in the Nets' home games at Barclays Center due to the city's vaccine mandate.The Nets are due to host their first home game of the 2021-22 NBA regular season on October 24 against the Charlotte Hornets, though Irving looks set to miss out."I think we recognize he's not playing home games," Nash told reporters on Sunday."We're going to have to for sure play without him this year. So it just depends on when, where and how much." Read MoreREAD: Basketball star Andrew Wiggins on getting vaccinated - "Not something I wanted to do, but kind of forced to" Irving, a seven-time All-Star, had spoken at the league's media day last month of his excitement to play in front of fans again but...
    Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving will reportedly miss every Nets home game in New York “for the foreseeable future” since he still has not taken any of the various coronavirus vaccines. New York City’s coronavirus mitigation rules require all pro athletes to be vaccinated before being allowed to enter a city arena or stadium. Still, Irving has continued to stonewall the rule, refusing to get vaccinated or talk much about it to the press. Now, according to NJ.com’s Adam Zagoria, Nets management is reporting that Irving will be out of commission for home games at Barclays Center until or unless he gets vaccinated. “I think we recognize he’s not playing home games,” Nets coach Steve Nash said on Sunday. “We’re going to have to for sure play without him this year. So, it just depends on when, where, and how much.” (Sarah Stier/Getty Images) Nash added that they have to assume that Irving will miss all 41 home games in Brooklyn. He will also miss games against the Knicks, Warriors, Lakers, and Clippers due to coronavirus vaccine requirements in...
    Kyrie Irving’s coronavirus vaccine status is going to be the talk of the Brooklyn Nets for a majority of the season, and coach Steve Nash indicated the team is preparing to be without him for home games. Nash talked to reporters on Sunday as the team prepared for its third preseason game against the Philadelphia 76ers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets attempts a jump shot against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2 of the second round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Barclays Center on June 07, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) "I think we recognize he’s not playing home games. We’re going to have to for sure play without him this year; so it just depends on when, where and how much," Nash said, via the New York Post. The Nets play 82 regular-season games, and Irving right now is set to miss 41 of them because of New York City’s local coronavirus mandate requiring people to be vaccinated when entering indoor facilities. Officials...
    Which TV shows had the greatest final episodes? 25 Things You Should Never Do With Your Money © Provided by Sports Illustrated Kyrie Irving is unlikely to join the Nets for their opening homestand of the season due to his COVID-19 vaccination status. View the original article to see embedded media.Nets guard Kyrie Irving is expected to miss Brooklyn home games for the "foreseeable future," according to NJ.com's Adam Zagoria. Irving was in attendance at Nets practice on Sunday after New York officials deemed the HSS Training Center in Brooklyn a "private facility." The designation allows Irving to practice with the Nets, but he still can not play at the Barclays Center until he receives the COVID-19 vaccine.  “I think we recognize he’s not playing home games,” Nets coach Steve Nash told reporters in Brooklyn on Sunday. “We’re going to have to for sure play without him this year. So it just depends on when, where and how much.” Irving will not join the Nets for Monday's preseason game against the 76ers, per Nash. Irving would miss all 41 of...
    Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash has confirmed that the team will be without Kyrie Irving for home games due to COVID rules.  Things sure are getting complicated for the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving. With Irving among the group of NBA players not getting the COVID-19 vaccine, the team knows they could be without the star guard for a large chunk of games. Well, in a stunner, Nets head coach Steve Nash came out on Sunday and admitted that the team is bracing to not have Irving suit up for home games at the Barclays Centers moving forward. While Irving will play in road games, not having him in the plans for home action is wild to even think about. Steve Nash on Kyrie Irving: "I think we recognize he’s not playing home games. We’re going to have to for sure play without him this year. So it just depends on when, where and how much." #Nets #NBA — Brian Lewis (@NYPost_Lewis) October 10, 2021 Steve Nash is getting ready to be without Kyrie Irving for home games Irving...
    Kyrie Irving could join the Brooklyn Nets at practice this weekend after a ruling that their practice facility doesn't fall under a New York coronavirus vaccination mandate. The Nets were told Friday that the training center is considered a private facility. The city's vaccine mandate requires pro athletes practicing or playing in public venues to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Irving still wouldn't be able to play in home games if he doesn't meet the vaccination requirement, but at least he can be with the Nets when they are practicing at home. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "My first kind of thought is that it’s positive," coach Steve Nash said. "We have him around the team for a larger period of our season." Irving was listed as ineligible for the Nets' exhibition home opener Friday against Milwaukee. But Nash said it was likely that the All-Star guard could be at their outdoor practice Saturday at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Sunday inside their facility was "hopefully even more likely." He doesn't know if Irving will play Monday at Philadelphia...
    Mindy Kalings Best Quotes About Raising Her Daughter Katherine, Son Spencer Biden gambled that cutting off federal jobless aid would drive people back to work. The September jobs report blew a hole through that idea. The Nets possess everything an NBA contender could want. They have elite stars. They have depth at multiple positions. They have a strong coaching staff and a front office always looking for ways to improve the roster. They also have a big problem with the start of the 2021-22 regular season less than two weeks away: Kyrie Irving is only a part-time player. MORE: Andrew Wiggins explains vaccination decision Under New York City's guidelines, unvaccinated Knicks and Nets players are not allowed to enter their home arenas for games or practice with their teams. The Knicks are 100 percent vaccinated, but multiple reports indicate that the Nets are still waiting on Irving to become compliant with the local protocols. As of right now, Irving is set to miss all of Brooklyn's home games, plus two games against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. How will the...
    YORBA LINDA, Calif. (KABC) -- After nearly three months in the hospital, Jennifer Nash is back home with her family."To sit here and think that -- you know, they were kind of like, 'We don't know if she's gonna make it,'" she told Eyewitness News. "It is very surreal."I definitely was not the person that was gonna run out and get the vaccine," she said. "And now that's much different."That's because the Yorba Linda mother was pregnant when she tested positive for COVID-19. Her life came to a screeching halt."Everything just kind of escalated," Nash recalled. "And they sent me up to -- I believe their kinda ICU -- to monitor the baby, and that's the last thing that I remember."Nash was intubated on Easter Sunday. Her baby was delivered via emergency C-section at 29 weeks while the mom was in an induced coma.Born at 2 pounds, 13 ounces, Pressley Marie Nash is finally out of the NICU. Now, at just more than six pounds, she keeps big sister busy and mom motivated to get her strength back with occupational,...
    More On: brooklyn nets What’s on line for Nets, Bucks in pressure-packed Game 7 One of Nets’ Big 3 will miss Game 7 Nets have no answers for Bucks star: ‘let him out of the bag’ This Game 7 will be historically big for Brooklyn The Nets persevered through all of the star-powered injuries they were forced to deal with this season, pushing for the highest attainable seed in case their playoff lives came down to a decisive game on their home floor. They are unbeaten at Barclays Center during the 2021 postseason, and Atlantic Avenue should be percolating Saturday night with the chance the Nets can advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the first time since 2003 in Game 7 of the conference semifinals against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks. “I thought we were pretty good on the road this year, for the most part. But playoffs are a different animal, [with] the fans and all that. We certainly are confident,” coach Steve Nash said Friday via Zoom, one day after the Bucks evened the series with...
    THE Masked Singer revealed Nick Cannon as The Bulldog after host Niecy Nash chose tonight’s elimination victim in the show’s “craziest twist ever." Nick took a hiatus from his hosting duties during the first half of the season but returned to the stage he has long called home to take back the mic from Niecy. 1Niecy Nash decided to send home The Bulldog on tonight's Masked SingerCredit: Fox Midway through tonight’s episode, the show introduced the canine as the latest wildcard contestant but just minutes later, he was sent home. The tall mutt came out wearing a black and gold track suit, black feather boa, gold chains and a bedazzled gold helmet.  After teasing that he’s dedicating his performance to host Niecy, 51, the performer went on to do an energetic rendition of Candy Girl by New Edition.  He was joined by an array of backup dancers holding colorful lollipops.  After he performed against The Crab, The Black Swan, The Pig and The Chameleon in the group B finals, the show teased the “biggest twist ever” was happening. ...
    More On: gimme shelter Peek inside the colorful $4M home of Bloomingdale’s holiday window artist Knicks’ Obi Toppin hosts NBA Draft watch party at Hudson Yards Robert A.M. Stern-designed triplex penthouse sells for $27.8M Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen sell NYC pad for $40M NBA legend Steve Nash, the current coach of the Brooklyn Nets, has just closed on a Cobble Hill townhouse. Nash, who is also a filmmaker and heads the Steve Nash Foundation to help underserved kids, paid $4.99 million for the gorgeous, 20-foot-wide brick townhouse — down from its original $6.49 million asking price in 2019. “He was looking for more space for his family,” a source said. Nash, who is known for his love of pick-up soccer games, also loves the chill neighborhood, the source added. The five-bedroom, 4½-bathroom home, on Amity Street, is 4,200 square feet. Gut renovated, it’s decked out in clean earth tones and anchored by a custom curved, plaster staircase. The townhouse stoop leads into a parlor floor with an open living, dining and chef’s kitchen. The formal living...
    IF MONEY were no object we'd all be splurging on homes big enough to rival even the most luxurious celebrity mansions. But just because us regular folk are forced to make do with what we can afford, it doesn't mean we can't achieve the ultimate house goals. 18The kitchen was done on a budget using fablon and cupboard paint, with second hand appliances throughout Credit: Lindsey Nash 18It was extremely outdated and grotty and in need of a freshen upCredit: Lindsey Nash Lindsey Nash, 34, from Melksham, Wiltshire proved anything is possible with some big dreams and a little creativity after revealing her stunning home transformation she did on the cheap. Lindsey, who works as an area sales manager for a commercial catering equipment company, purchased her first home in February this year not long after losing her mum - but it was far from perfect with chipped walls and outdated colours throughout. And after seven months of planning while waiting for the keys, the creative DIY fan was finally able get the look she wanted and...
    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — The Salvation Army and CBS13 have teamed up to bring support to families impacted by the LNU Lightning Complex fire, as well as those on the front lines. “These crews are here all night, so we’ve been here for a week,” Major Randy Hartt with the Salvation Army said. At the pop-up incident command center at Mission Church in Vacaville, the Salvation Army has been providing first responders food, water and just a place to unwind during the LNU Lightning Complex Fire. “When these men and women come off the line they’ve seen things, they need to be able to calm down they need to de-stress,” Hartt said. Sgt. Michael Waller with Solano OES, who has evacuated himself, has been leading the morning briefings for the past week, designating emergency personnel from Solano and Contra Costa County their assignment for the day. “I can’t quantitate the value of how important it is to be able to come here, get a meal, decompress for a second and just recharge their batteries both physically and mentally,” Waller said. READ: 2nd...
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