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    BLAC Chyna has confessed in court that she pointed a gun at Rob Kardashian and wrapped an iPhone cord around his neck. She maintained, however, that she was joking and meant no harm, according to TMZ. 1Blac Chyna confessed to putting a gun to Rob Kardashians head, claiming it was a joke During the hearing, the mom of two recalled the night their E! show, Rob & Chyna, was green lit by the network. The couple celebrated by throwing money and "being silly," TMZ reported. Blac Chyna added that later that evening, Rob was playing video games when she jokingly put an iPhone cord around his neck. She told the judge she was just trying to get his attention and had no intention of hurting him. More on Blac ChynaKOURT KASE Inside courtroom as Kim K accused of telling Chyna 'they couldn't be friends'CHYNA STIFFED Blac Chyna claims she was paid NOTHING by Kardashians for KUWTK cameos The testimony then focused on a gun that Blac Chyna said was kept in the home. She told the court that...
    By Anna Maria Basquez (CBS4) – The favorite bidder in the bid to own the Denver Broncos has net worth that regularly doubles, spends little time in offices because he’s out asking questions to make changes, and has an affinity for cycling, hunting, bio-safari, racing and collector cars, according to Prabook.com, an online biographical encyclopedia. And he has an all-star past as a football player. S. Robson Walton, 77, is expected to make a bid to own the Denver Broncos for $4.5 billion to $5 billion, and is considered the favorite bidder, according to the New York Post. Sports Illustrated wrote recently: “If he makes this offer, it would become the largest bid for an NFL team in history.” Walton is noted for being an all-state football player in his native Oklahoma, went on to play at a small liberal arts college and told Prabook.com, joking, “I was small but slow as a college tackle.” Local and national biographies are profiling the heir more frequently as the American football public waits to find out the next owner of the Denver...
    STOCKTON, Calif. -- A group of men posed as candy vendors to rob a home in Stockton, according to police, and the ambush was all caught on video.According to the Stockton Police Department, it happened Tuesday afternoon at a home on Joplin Lane.The video posted on Twitter shows one suspect speaking to the homeowner, attempting to make a sale.He is seen wearing a mask and holding a box of candy.At one point, the homeowner appeared to have made a purchase, but seconds after the homeowner gives the suspect money, three other suspects appear into the frame and rush into the home.According to police, the suspects were armed and got away with several of the homeowner's personal belongings.Anyone with information is urged to contact the Stockton Police Department at (209)937-8377 or its Investigations Division at (209)937-8323.
    A group of thieves in Chicago used a stolen heavy construction vehicle to rip open and loot an ATM Thursday afternoon. The criminals stole a backhoe from a nearby neighborhood and then used it to tear apart a strip mall's ATM, according to police. The vehicle was stolen from the construction site around 4:00 p.m., according to a report. The thieves used a GPS to drive the backhoe to the strip mall, which sat at least 180 city blocks away, the report noted. When authorities arrived at the strip mall, the ATM had been ripped open by the backhoe. WATCH: RAND PAUL ENCOURAGES FREEDOM CONVOYS TO 'CLOG UP CITIES' "They took this tractor, came all the way across the city to do this? And nobody says anything? They can steal a tractor and come all the way over here? This is crazy!" said Gina Stewart, a local resident. The exact amount of money stolen has not been confirmed, according to the report. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER Police...
    A former San Francisco official was arrested Wednesday after police said he allegedly tried to rob a man at knifepoint at a food bank, numerous sources reported. San Francisco’s former director of public works, 58-year-old Mohammed Nuru, was booked on suspicion of attempted robbery, the Associated Press (AP) reported. “Mohammed Nuru, the former director of Public Works at the center of a federal corruption case, is being investigated for robbery after a report that he brandished a knife at a person Wednesday morning, according to police.” Via @meganrcassidy https://t.co/K9Zth1h915 — Demian Bulwa (@demianbulwa) June 2, 2021 Nuru, a longtime volunteer at the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, allegedly approached a man in the facility’s break room while holding a kitchen knife at around 11:15 a.m., according to ABC 7. The individual reported to police that he felt threatened after he was approached by a man who pulled a knife and demanded his property, AP reported. Statement just released from the @SFPD on today’s arrest of Mohammed Nuru: pic.twitter.com/uvnyEwbFfC — Heather Knight (@hknightsf) June 3, 2021 The victim described the...
    A suspect was nabbed shortly after an attempted bank robbery on Long Island, according to police. Mathew Matteo, age 28, of  Lynbrook, attempted to rob the Chase Bank, located in East Meadow, at 2469 Hempstead Turnpike, around 1:40 p.m. Saturday, May 8, Nassau County Police said. Matteo entered the bank, presented a demand note, and verbally demanded money from a bank teller, according to police.  Employees of the bank were able to call 911 and managed to pull the silent alarm while Matteo was still inside the bank, police said.  Officers immediately responded to the bank and apprehended Matteo without further incident, said police. There were five employees present at the time and no reported injuries. Matteo was charged with third-degree attempted robbery and is due to be arraigned Sunday, May 9 in Mineola.
    A police car. Angel Zayas/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images A popular high school teacher was killed in a shootout with a Mexican drug cartel last week.  Authorities say Barney Dale Harris and his brother-in-law tried to rob its "stash house." In a press conference, the Alamance County sheriff called the scene an "old Western shootout."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A high school teacher and coach in North Carolina was killed last week in a shootout with the Mexican drug cartel after attempting to rob an alleged "stash house" belonging to the group, authorities said Wednesday. Barney Dale Harris, a high school Spanish teacher and head basketball coach, and his brother-in-law, Steven Alexander Stewart Jr. are accused of breaking into a mobile home belonging to a member of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, according to NBC News.  Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson said at a Wednesday news conference the Jalisco New Generations cartel is one of the world's most powerful drug trafficking organizations, the outlet reported.  "I can tell you right now, when we are dealing...
    Oliver Berg/picture alliance via Getty Images A Buffalo, New York, radio host was fired after he compared various Black women's skin to burnt toast. Rob Lederman said he would never eat "a Serena Williams level toast." An ESPN journalist said Lederman's comments reinforced an "unfortunate and undeserved stigma attached to dark skin." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Buffalo, New York, radio DJ has been fired after he rated the color of toast according to the skin tones of various Black women.  Rob Lederman, one of the hosts of 97 Rock, told his co-hosts Rich "Bull" Gaenzler and Chris Klein on the station's Morning Bull Show that said he set his toaster's toast level to the skin color "of the attractiveness of women I would find attractive." When one of his co-hosts asked how toasted he typically liked his bread, Lederman replied: "I would never go with a Serena Williams level, but I'm very comfortable at a Halle Berry level." "I need a little bit of mulatto still coming through," he continued.  His co-host Klein then...
    Following his victory at UFC Vegas 17, Rob Font sat down with members of the media. Rob Font extended his win streak to three on Saturday night following his first-round knockout of Marlon Moraes. The UFC veteran finished his only fight of 2020 with an incredibly strong showing. When he stopped Moraes, after only 1:38 of the first round. Following his victory, an emotional Font sat down with select members of the media at UFC Apex to discuss what went through his mind when he secured the victory. “I’m just happy. It feels good to be a top guy. Everybody was always giving me shit saying I wasn’t finishing off or beating the top guys. I just beat a top guy so. Yeah, I’m just happy.” When asked if the fight had gone to plan or if he had simply capitalized on a rare mistake from Moraes, Font responded confidently. “It went exactly to plan. You know, I thought it would come in the second round. I figured it would be a rough first round. Either on the ground or standing. In...
    Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Rob Gronkowski have been named as defendants in a $5 million class-action lawsuit against a teeth-whitening company that both athletes endorsed. Long Island man Burton Kraus filed the lawsuit in a federal court in Brooklyn on Monday, claiming that Snow Teeth Whitening LLC, its founder, Mayweather, and Gronkowski made false claims about an ineffective and overpriced product. Both the semi-retired welterweight and the All-Pro tight end are listed as company partners in the filing obtained by DailyMail.com. Mayweather and Gronkowski are seen using the $199 product in various social media and other internet advertisements. In one web ad, Gronkowski raps about the device to the tune of Vanilla Ice's 'Ice Ice Baby.' SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO  Floyd Mayweather and Rob Gronkowski (pictured) are seen using the $199 product in various social media and other internet advertisements. In one web ad, Gronkowski raps about the device to the tune of Vanilla Ice's 'Ice Ice Baby' Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. (pictured) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Rob Gronkowski...
    An alleged Bloods gang member was sentenced to over 18 years in prison for impersonating a New York City Police Department officer, threatening a drug dealer at gunpoint and raping the dealer’s sister, the Department of Justice announced Friday. Devone Jefferys, known as “Moneybags,” is a reputed member of the Bloods gang, according to the New York Post, and was convicted of robbery and extortion charges in October 2019, the Department of Justice announced Friday. Jefferys and an accomplice impersonated police in an attempt to steal heroin and cash from a drug dealer on July 31, 2015, according to prosecutors. The pair held the dealer’s sister, mother, and a pregnant woman who was in labor at gunpoint while they searched the apartment in Brooklyn, New York, the Justice Department said. The pair bound the three women with duct tape and told them to lie on the ground, according to the DOJ. The drug dealer’s sister reportedly threw a bag of heroin out of a window, so Jefferys forced her into an alley and raped her, prosecutors said. “Today’s substantial sentence...
    An Oregon 18-year-old tried to rob a taxi at gunpoint, but was shot with his own firearm after a struggle for the weapon ensued Tuesday, according to local police. Josiah Johnson allegedly pointed a duct-taped handgun behind the cab driver’s head after the teenager tried to pay for his trip with a counterfeit $100 bill, according to a media release from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The driver, who was not identified by police, attempted to disarm Johnson, but the gun fired, striking the alleged thief, according to the release. The bullet entered Johnson’s hip and exited out of his buttocks, police said. The pair left the vehicle and the struggle continued until the driver tossed the gun away from the alleged thief and bystanders helped to hold the teen down, authorities said. Deputies arrested Johnson shortly after the incident and he was charged with first-degree robbery, fourth-degree assault, menacing, unlawful use of a weapon, criminal possession of a forged instrument and possession of a schedule IV substance, according to the release. The sheriff’s office in a tweet released a...
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