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    A YOUTH-DEFYING mum has shocked social media users after revealing her real age. Amber, who is from the US, often posts videos showing off her wrinkle-free face, svelte figure and stylish outfits on TikTok. 3Amber, who is from the US, took to TikTok and shared a video of her wrinkle-free face and svelte figure with her social media followersCredit: TikTok/@amberlancaster007 3In another snap, a youthful-looking Amber can be seen styling a maxi dressCredit: TikTok/@amberlancaster007 In one short clip, a voiceover says: "This is for everyone who looks younger than their actual age and people don't believe them when you tell them how old you are." She went on to explain how she's a 1980 baby and is actually 41-years-old - much to the shock of her social media followers. "41 going on 25, you look like a young lady on stage," enthused one, while a second agreed: "People saying you look 30. I am 30. you look 25 - so beautiful!" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Meanwhile, others were keen to hear...
    "At no time did City Defendants ask Plaintiff for her driver’s license, date of birth, age, social security number or any other information which would have proven that Plaintiff did not have any warrant for her arrest in the State of Texas. ... By looking at a picture of Plaintiff and a picture of the other Bethany Farber, City Defendant’s would have realized Plaintiff should not have been arrested at all," the lawsuit claimed, according to NBC News. The Los Angeles Police Department booked Farber at the Lynwood Women's Jail, where she was incarcerated for the next 13 days. The lawsuit asserts that authorities were searching for a different Bethany Farber – who is a dark-haired 34-year-old woman from Texas and is wanted for property damage. The jailed Bethany K. Farber has long blonde hair and is younger than the Farber wanted in Texas. Farber and the wanted woman -- also named Bethany Farber -- "had nothing in common besides their name.http://nbc4dc.com/EVVhFvZ — NBC4 Washington (@NBC4 Washington) 1645658946 "Her family hired attorneys in Texas and LA and finally were...
    By Stella Chan | CNN A California woman was headed for a trip to Mexico but instead spent 13 days in a Los Angeles jail after police mistook her for another person with the same name, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Bethany K. Farber filed the wrongful arrest lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles in federal court. Last April, she was waiting to board her flight to Mexico at the Los Angeles International Airport when she was stopped by the Transportation Security Administration, according to the lawsuit. “TSA comes and says that she ​has a warrant for her arrest out in Texas. Ms. Farber, this Bethany Farber, has never been to Texas,” her lawyer Rodney Diggs said at a Tuesday news conference. Farber was taken to a private room at the airport, interrogated and then later arrested and booked into jail, the suit states. “At the time Ms. Farber was booked, the police do nothing to confirm whether or not this Bethany Farber is that Bethany Farber,” said Diggs. He shared photos of his client and...
    (CNN)A California woman was headed for a trip to Mexico but instead spent 13 days in a Los Angeles jail after police mistook her for another person with the same name, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Bethany K. Farber filed the wrongful arrest lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles in federal court. Last April, she was waiting to board her flight to Mexico at the Los Angeles International Airport when she was stopped by the Transportation Security Administration, according to the lawsuit.A Black man was misidentified, arrested and held for 6 days in place of a White felon twice his age "TSA comes and says that she ​has a warrant for her arrest out in Texas. Ms. Farber, this Bethany Farber, has never been to Texas," her lawyer Rodney Diggs said at a Tuesday news conference. Farber was taken to a private room at the airport, interrogated and then later arrested and booked into jail, the suit states. Read More"At the time Ms. Farber was booked, the police do nothing to confirm whether or not this...
    AT WHAT age do you have to start actually dressing for it? Apparently never, according to a woman named Leah who claimed that she often gets mistaken as a teenager thanks to what she wears. 4One woman is commonly mistaken for a teenager due to her choice of outfitsCredit: tiktok/@just_leahsharp 4Leah wears many outfits similar to what high school and college kids wearCredit: tiktok/@just_leahsharp In her video, Leah wore ripped jeans, a graphic skeleton t-shirt with a white turtleneck underneath, platform white sneakers, layered gold jewelry, and her hair tied back in a messy pony. Evidently, her style choices follow the same trends that many high schoolers and young college students do. These styles, such as graphic tees and ripped jeans, are sold at stores like Urban Outfitters or Forever21, which are designed with younger crowds in mind. With her twenties behind her, Leah is turning 31-years-old in just a couple of months but said she will continue to wear whatever she wants. Emphasizing her teenage appearance, one viewer said: "You look so good!!" "I would have...
    WHEN it comes to weddings, there's one well-known rule - avoid white at all costs unless told otherwise. But one guest brazenly ignored the age old tradition when she turned up in a slinky silk white gown to her friend's big day. 2One wedding guest, believed to be from the UK, decided to wear white to her friend's weddingCredit: Reddit Taking to Reddit, a UK-based bride-to-be explained how she was looking at a hashtag for a wedding venue when she stumbled upon the shocking image of a woman donning a floor-length bridal-inspired gown. To clear up any assumptions, she wrote a caption alonside the snap which clarified: "This is not the bride." Unsurpisingly, many were left shocked by the guests's choice of dress. "Wtf! I thought this was a post in r/weddingdress and was gonna comment ”that looks amazing!”wrote one, while a second joked: "A glass of merlot is going to show up beautifully on that dress.' FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED A third noted: "Wearing a white/cream dress of any style is...
    The Metropolitan Police has reopened the case of a woman who was abducted from her home in Wimbledon on December 29, 1969.  Muriel McCay was abducted by Nizamodeen and Arthur Hosein who thought they had taken the wife of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch.  Instead of kidnapping the then 25-year-old Anna Murdoch, they abducted the wife of Murdoch's deputy Alick McCay.  Muriel McKay was kidnapped from her Wimbledon home on December 29, 1969 after she was mistaken for Anna Murdoch, the 25-year-old wife of media tycoon Rupert, and later died Nizamodeen and Arthur Hosein thought they were abducting Rupert Murdoch's then wife Anna Murdoch, pictured here in 1988  Muriel McKay's family (pictured in January 1970) are pressuring the police to excavate the farmhouse where she is thought to been buried in a bid to find her remains Nizmodeen Hosein protested he had not killed McKay, maintaining instead that she had collapsed and later died from a heart attack while sitting downstairs in the farmhouse (pictured) The Hosein brothers were convicted of her murder but police have not yet been able to...
    The random murder of a 46-year-old former horse trainer at a Minnesota resort last week shocked the tiny town of Nisswa with its senselessness, but police now say the victim was probably not even the real target. Bethany Bernatsky had only moved in at the Cozy Bay Resort a few weeks before she was gunned down last Thursday. But it seems the tranquil spot was dangerously close to a tense, domestic drama unraveling across the street. The accused gunman, 26-year-old Cameron J. Moser, had reportedly been harassing the resort’s former owners, who also happened to be the family of his ex-girlfriend. According to Bret Jevning, who now owns an RV park right across from the resort, Moser was “mistaking [Bernatsky] for my daughter” when he allegedly shot her, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Crow Wing County Sheriff Scott Goddard confirmed Tuesday that investigators are looking into the possibility that the killing was a case of mistaken identity, calling it “one of the scenarios that we are working on.” It was not immediately clear why Moser would have been targeting his...
    A bride-to-be engaged to a man almost 20 years her senior has claimed that she has been accused of being a 'gold-digger' because of their age difference.   Taylor-Rae Hamilton, 29, and 48-year-old business owner John Falconer, from Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, met on dating app Tinder just seven months ago.  The couple say they regularly face cruel comments from passersby who say he 'looks like her grandfather' - and claims some strangers even stop to snap photos of them.  John, who is the same age as Taylor-Rae's mother, popped the question and the couple are planning to wed in August 2022.    Now, Taylor-Rae is speaking out to 'normalise' age gap relationships, urging people to 'always do what makes you happy' no matter what people might say. Taylor-Rae Hamilton, 29, and 48-year-old business owner John Falconer, from Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, pictured, are regularly bombarded with negative comments online about their age difference People tell Taylor-Rae that John looks old enough to be her grandfather, but she doesn't let that get to her. Pictured: the couple together  ...
    Cops at the scene of a suspicious brush fire in Quebec last week mistook a woman’s burnt body for a mannequin and placed it in a police station dumpster. Officials in the town of Sherbrooke, just north of Vermont, apologized for the embarrassing mistake Thursday and explained that police and firefighters were somehow duped by a bystander, according to the CBC. "When they arrived, witnesses declared that someone had lit a silicone mannequin on fire," Sherbrooke Police Chief Danny McConnell reportedly said. The Sherville Police Station in the Canadian province of Quebec, where police mistook the body of a burned woman for a mannequin and tossed it in a dumpster, reports say. (Google Earth) "After discussions between the two departments, it was agreed that the mannequin would be disposed of in the container at the Sherbrooke police service, which cannot be accessed by members of the public." WASHINGTON POLICE REFORM LAW FORCES DEPUTIES TO CALL OFF K9 SEARCH FOR MURDER SUSPECT Hours after authorities trashed the victim’s body, her husband filed a missing person report, according to the...
    More On: mistaken identity Mom’s wrongful ID of murdered kid leads cops to falsely accuse dad for killing Was the murder of a young reporter a case of mistaken identity? Officials accidentally send Amber Alert featuring Chucky doll Marco Rubio mistakes Elijah Cummings for John Lewis in Twitter gaffe They issued an SOS = save our sex doll. A team of emergency rescue divers was flummoxed after responding to the scene of a nude “drowning woman” — only to discover that it was actually a floating life-sized sex doll. The uproarious gaffe was chronicled on Twitter by YouTuber Natsuki Tanaka, who had initially believed she was witnessing a real-life rescue in the city of Hachinohe off of Japan’s Northeast Coast, Kotaku reported. “While filming a fishing video, I thought a dead body floating in the water had washed up, but it was a blow-up doll,” Tanaka wrote about the strange scene, which occurred last week. The influencer — yes, she has more than 272,000 subscribers on YouTube — added that someone else had mistakenly phoned the authorities...
    Rescue services in Japan who were scrambled to save a 'drowning woman' floating in the sea were shocked to pull out a rubber sex doll. YouTuber Tanaka Natsuki happened to be filming a video when she saw police, fire engines and ambulances turn up to the coast of Hachinohe in the country's north east. The doll was floating upside down on the water, leading passersby to alert the emergency services. Rescue services in Japan who were scrambled to save a 'drowning woman' floating in the sea were shocked to pull out a rubber sex doll The doll was floating upside down on the water, leading passersby to alert the emergency services Natsuki believed she was witnessing a real-life rescue until the doll, also known as a Dutch Wife, was pulled out. She said on Twitter: 'While I was filming for my fishing video, I thought that a corpse had come floating by, but it turned out to be a Dutch wife. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The OTHER star of Clarkson's Farm: Gerald...
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    Two California women are suing the LAPD in federal court over a harrowing run-in with the police, during which they say at least 10 officers pulled their guns on them and pinned them to the ground after mistaking their U-Haul truck for a stolen vehicle. The incident took place back in February 2020, but Shibani Balsaver and Sheilanee 'Shona' Sen filed the lawsuit in the US District Court for Central California in March of this year. The 29-page complaint, which was obtained by DailyMail.com on Tuesday, accuses the City of Los Angeles and 14 individual law enforcement officers of excessive force; unreasonable search and seizure; failure to intervene; assault; battery by a peace office; negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress. A traffic stop that was captured on video in Los Angeles in February 2020 is not the subject of a federal lawsuit that was filed in March against the LAPD  'I thought I was going to get shot,' Balsaver told CBS Los Angeles this week. 'I really thought that that was the end.' Balsaver, who works as a...
    A WEDDING guest has been slammed for wearing a white lacy ballgown to the ceremony. A photo of the woman was shared on Reddit, where people mistook her for the bride. 2A wedding guest was slammed for wearing a white, lacy dress to the ceremonyCredit: Reddit The caption explained of the woman in the bridal-style gown: “That woman on the left is not the bride…” People were shocked that a guest would be so bold as to wear a white dress to a wedding - let alone a lacy one that looks fit for a bride. One Reddit user didn’t hold back, and said: “Do these women not realise that wearing a wedding gown - when they’re not the bride - only makes them look pathetic?” Another added: “I think some do it as a sort of 'power move' over the bride.” 2Reddit users were shocked the guest would be bold enough to wear the bridal-style gownCredit: Getty A third even said: “My own mother did it to me.” Many people commented that the bride should have asked the woman...
    A WOMAN who gets mistaken for someone half her age credits drinking a glass of red wine each night for her youthful looks.  Sheena Cole, from New Zealand, says men in their 20s often try and chat her up, and are left red-faced after realising she’s old enough to be their mum.  9Sheena Cole says she often gets mistaken for someone half her ageCredit: Caters Sheena, who’s 56, says people often think she’s in her 20s or 30s, when in fact she’s a retired marketing manager, and has been married for 25 years.  “I’m often mistaken for being younger,” she said.  “But It depends on what I’m wearing and how much makeup I have on. “For instance, if I’m in my denim shorts with no makeup people assume I’m younger than I am. 9The 56-year-old says blokes in their 20s often try and chat her upCredit: Caters “There have been many occasions with young guys using their very best lines to chat me up. “Recently, a guy came around to hang some art and I mentioned I’d just celebrated my...
    A product manager has gone viral after revealing she's often mistaken for someone half her age due to her youthful appearance.   Sakina Jabeen, 35, from Manchester, told TikTok users she's frequently asked if she's in her early twenties - but is in fact more than a decade older. In a video, which has racked up more than 224,000 views, Sakina said bouncers regularly demand ID when she goes to bars. But Sakina later revealed she's in her mid-thirties, shocking hundreds of social media users who said she looked like she could still be at school. Sakina Jabeen, from Manchester, told TikTok users she's often asked if she's in her early twenties, but is in fact more than a decade older. In a video, which has racked up more than 224,000 views, the manager revealed she's commonly asked for ID when she goes to bars Sakina (pictured) later revealed her real age is 35 - shocking hundreds of social media users who said she looked like she could still be at school 'You look 19,' one person commented, while...
    A woman says she’s getting harassed because she’s been mistaken for the California “Karen’‘ who accosted a man over “Black Lives Matter” chalk art on his own building — to the point where even the guy has come to her defense. see also Karen couple calls cops on man of color over Black Lives Matter stenciling Karen strikes again! A white couple in San Francisco questioned... “Please, I have no affiliation with LAFace (Lisa Alexander Face) Products. She is located in San Francisco. I am in Los Angeles (hence the LA in MyLAFace). My business is being falsely targeted because of a name coincidence,” Melissa Milos tweeted Saturday — the day after a woman named Lisa Alexander called the cops on building owner James Juanillo in San Francisco over his chalk art. Juanillo tweeted early Tuesday, “Guys, Send MyLAFace in Los Angeles, some serious online love and locally some business! I’m a small business owner myself and I’m NOT OKAY with hurting Melissa Milos business for a coincidence. Show MyLAFace some LOVE!!!!” On Friday, Alexander had demanded that Juanillo stop...
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