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    The Twinder Swindler's bodyguard Piotr has demanded an apology from Netflix and is asking for $5.6million, claiming the streaming giant portrayed him inaccurately and that he was also conned by the lying lothario. Piotr Kaluski was depicted in the film as Simon Leviev's right-hand man who was always with him when he texted his trusting female victims asking them for thousands of dollars or euros to escape his 'enemies'.  Simon - whose real name is Shimon Hayut - often texted his love interests photos of a bloodied, beaten-up Piotr to prove he was not safe and needed to go on the run with their money.  Piotr does not appear in the documentary but he has now hired a lawyer to take Netflix to task.  In a letter to the streaming giant that was obtained by TMZ, Piotr's Polish attorney Joanna Parafianowicz demands $5.6million from Netflix, asks the site to remove the film from the internet and asks for a public apology.   He insists he never did anything wrong, and that like the women, he is also waiting for Hayut to...
    The above video also can be viewed here as the first in a string of related interview clips appearing to feature Kershnar. What else do we know about the professor? Kershnar also has written about adult-child sex. The abstract for his article titled "The Moral Status of Adult-Child Sex" in the April 2001 issue of Public Affairs Quarterly reads as follows: "Nonforcible adult-child sex is thought to be morally wrong in part because it is nonconsensual. In this paper I argue against this notion. In particular, I reject accounts of the moral wrongfulness of adult-child sex that rest on the absence of consent, concerns about adult exploitation of children, and the existence of a morally primitive duty against such sex." SUNY Fredonia's bio on Kershnar indicates he's written about "such diverse topics as abortion, adult-child sex, hell, most valuable player, pornography, punishment, sexual fantasies, slavery, and torture. He is the author of ten books, including Desert Collapses: Why No One Deserves Anything (2021), Total Collapse: The Case Against Morality and Responsibility (2018), and Abortion, Hell, and Shooting...
    What did the college have to say? Stephen H. Kolison, president of State University of New York at Fredonia, posted the following statement Tuesday night: “SUNY Fredonia is aware of a video posted online involving one of its professors. The views expressed by the professor are reprehensible and do not represent the values of SUNY Fredonia in any way, shape, or form. They are solely the professor’s views. The matter is being reviewed.” What else do we know about the professor? Kershnar also has written about adult-child sex. The abstract for his article titled " The Moral Status of Adult-Child Sex" in the April 2001 issue of Public Affairs Quarterly reads as follows: "Nonforcible adult-child sex is thought to be morally wrong in part because it is nonconsensual. In this paper I argue against this notion. In particular, I reject accounts of the moral wrongfulness of adult-child sex that rest on the absence of consent, concerns about adult exploitation of children, and the existence of a morally primitive duty against such sex." SUNY Fredonia's bio on Kershnar...
    Jason Kempin, Getty Images The past several years have featured multiple tragic headlines about people killed in police custody, but if you’re Tomi Lahren, every single one of those cases was because people weren’t complying with police and were resisting arrest — and that’s sadly not even the worst message your taxpayer dollars are paying for police officers to hear. In an eye-opening investigative report for the Washington Post, Robert Klemko covered the controversial content and rhetoric present at police training conferences across the country that stands in sharp contrast with the public’s support for reforms and training in de-escalation techniques and avoiding excessive force. There is “little guidance or oversight for what officers should be taught,” wrote Klemko, who researched the article by interviewing conference speakers and police training experts and attending (either in person or online) various police training conferences around the country. He found multiple speakers who “tell officers that pushback against conventional policing is a media invention,” who “demonize civilian protesters and reformers,” and who tell police officers they “should maintain a ‘warrior mentality’ to weather the rigors of...
    By John P. Wise/KDKA-TV PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is still in the spotlight nearly three weeks after his bizarre final play as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Firefighters Take On Baltimore Firefighters In Charity Hockey GameBrown removed has helmet, shoulder pads and jersey, and ran off the field shirtless in a game against the New York Jets on Jan. 2. The Buccaneers released him days later, but the reason for his outburst remains unclear. Bucs coach Bruce Arians said Brown refused to get into the game when called upon. Brown has said he told Arians he didn’t feel well enough to get back out onto the field because of an injured ankle. Outside speculation has swirled about Brown’s mental health, which he addressed on a podcast called “I Am Athlete,” co-hosted by former NFL star Brandon Marshall. READ MORE: Workers Braving The Cold In Below-Freezing Temps“Everyone in the world got a different form of reactions of what happened to him,” Brown said on the podcast. “And it’s all based upon where you from,...
    Despite the way some perceive the state of Antonio Brown’s mental health, Brown himself insists that there isn’t anything wrong. While many have quickly taken to saying that Antonio Brown is struggling with his mental health, Brown himself took the opportunity to clear the air and also to deny the notion that there is something wrong. Brown sat down with Brandon Marshall to discuss the circumstances on what happened with the situation involving him controversially leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ game against the New York Jets shirtless. During the conversation with Marshall, Brown made it very clear that he doesn’t appreciate the way some have taken to believing his actions are a result of his mental health. According to Brown, there’s nothing going on with his mental health and he chose to leave the game because of the way he was being treated. Antonio Brown speaks out on peoples concerns for his mental health pic.twitter.com/QgaE8xawPg — FanSided (@FanSided) January 20, 2022 Antonio Browns denies notion that there is “something wrong with [his] mental health” “Why [is it] every time...
    Antonio Brown on Thursday insisted there was "nothing wrong" with his mental health weeks after he left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and relaunched his rap career. Brown appeared on the "I Am Athlete" podcast and put the blame for his outburst during a Jan. 2 game against the New York Jets solely on Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Antonio Brown (81) gestures to the crowd as he leaves the field against the New York Jets during the third quarter of a game Jan. 2, 2022, in East Rutherford, N.J. (Andrew Mills/NJ Advance Media via AP) "Why every time something happens bad, or how someone reacts, ‘Aw, he’s crazy, there’s something wrong with his mental health,'" Brown said, via TMZ Sports. "There’s nothing wrong with my mental health. Someone told me to get the f--- out of here. I’m not passive-aggressive." Brown maintained he was dealing with an injured ankle and told the coaching staff and team medical personnel he couldn’t play. Brown was on the injury report throughout the week and claimed...
    Much of the initial reaction to Antonio Brown’s public outburst earlier this month was a concern for the NFL star’s mental health. But Brown insists nothing’s wrong. Brown recently discussed his abrupt exit from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with another former NFL star, Brandon Marshall, on his I am Athlete podcast during an episode that will air in full next week. During Tampa’s second to last week of the regular season, Brown quit on them by stripping his uniform off and parading into the locker room while the game was still being played. Immediately after the game, quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bruce Arians both showed sympathy for the way Brown handled himself. But on the I Am Athlete podcast, Brown lashed out at the critics of his bizarre outburst for pinning it on mental health. “If we’re all players and we’re all saying we care about mental health, why every time something happens bad or how someone reacts (they say), ‘Oh, he’s crazy. There’s something wrong with his mental health?’ There’s nothing wrong with my mental health,” Brown...
    Antonio Brown swears there is nothing wrong with his mental health in spite of the speculation that has surrounded the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver since he was kicked off the team following his January 2 sideline meltdown against the New York Jets. Appearing on former NFL receiver Brandon Marshall's YouTube show, 'I Am Athlete,' Brown addressed his bizarre exit from the defending Super Bowl champions, which involved him stripping off his jersey and pads before running to the locker room in the third quarter after a confrontation with head coach Bruce Arians. 'Why every time something happens bad, or how someone reacts, ''Aw, he's crazy, there's something wrong with his mental health,''' said Brown, who has worn out his welcome on four teams since 2018 and pled guilty to assaulting a moving truck driver in 2020. Appearing on former NFL receiver Brandon Marshall's YouTube show, 'I Am Athlete,' Antonio Brown (pictured) addressed his bizarre exit from the defending Super Bowl champions, which involved him stripping off his jersey and pads before running to the locker room in the...
    A former top FBI official who served as Chief of the Bureau’s Counterespionage Section and led the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election says it’s “concerning” that Ginni Thomas signed a letter attacking the House January 6 Select Committee. Peter Strzok, who also led the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server and for a short time served on the Mueller Investigation, responded to Tuesday’s social media eruption over the resurfaced letter signed by Thomas, a far right wing conspiracy theorist and lobbyist who happens to be married to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. That letter calls for U.S. Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger to be expelled from the House Republican conference, which would also involve stripping them of their committee assignments. Strzok was more focused on the current makeup of the Supreme Court, and other points of the letter which was signed in December by Thomas and more than 60 other mostly far right wing conservatives – making it a veritable who’s who of well-known extreme conservative activists including the head...
    A WOMAN has shared an amazing way to vacuum pack her food - and it costs absolutely nothing. Stacey Dixon took to TikTok to share the clever hack, for which you need a zip-seal freezer bag and a bowl of water. 4Stacey Dixon took to TikTok to share a clever hack to vacuum pack her foodCredit: TIKTOK 4After sealing the bag almost the whole way, Stacey placed it into a bowl of waterCredit: TIKTOK "I learned this trick today," she began. "You get a bag full of meat or whatever, and you close it almost to the end." Once the bag is zipped almost fully, you put it in the bowl of water and watch it get all the air out, before sealing it completely. After it's vacuum packed, Stacey used a tea towel to roll it out, making a slim bag of meat - perfect for popping in the freezer. She was quickly praised by viewers in the comments section, with one woman writing: "I learn more on TikTok than I ever learned in school."...
    Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan said former President Donald Trump should not bear the blame for his actions on Jan. 6 or for not being faster to condemn the riot at the U.S. Capitol. In a phone interview with the Washington Examiner on Thursday, Jordan said the text message he forwarded Mark Meadows featuring an argument that former Vice President Mike Pence could throw out electoral votes was simply an idea he passed on. However, he did not directly specify whether he thought the argument had merit. “President Trump did nothing wrong,” Jordan said when asked whether Trump should have done anything more to call off rioters who breached the Capitol on Jan. 6. “People who did something wrong are being held accountable, as they should be,” Jordan continued. “There’s been like 600 prosecutions. But President Trump didn't do anything wrong. In fact, he told people to — as has been said many times, but it's worth repeating — peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. And he didn't do anything wrong.” Text messages to former...
    The defense in the Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial began its case Thursday with a former office worker for Jeffrey Epstein testifying she did not witness any sexual misconduct by the disgraced ex-financier or the British socialite during the six years she worked for them. Cimberly Espinosa, 55, also told jurors that "Jane," one of Epstein's youngest accusers, visited his New York office "a few times" in the late 1990s and said Jane's mother had told workers that she was Epstein's goddaughter. Because of that, Jane was treated with the "utmost respect," Espinosa said, adding that Jane's interactions with Epstein gave her the impression that the two had a "loving relationship." Espinosa, who assisted Maxwell in managing multiple high-end properties Epstein owned between 1996 and 2002, said she thought of Maxwell as a mentor and "looked up to her very much." Defense attorney Christian Everdell, left at podium, questions the first defense witness Cimberly Espinosa, Ghislaine Maxwell's former assistant, as Judge Alison Nathan, center, listens from the bench Thursday in New York. (Elizabeth Williams via AP) Earlier this month,...
    Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) said Friday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” that the Republican Party had no “basic decency” and promised “nothing but hatred.” Discussing Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) calling then Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) the “jihad squad,” Jayapal said, “Kevin McCarthy is either unwilling or unable to control his caucus, and that shows that he cannot be in leadership of his caucus much less in leadership of the House of Representatives. It goes to the fundamental brokenness of the Republican Party today. They do not even have basic decency. They can’t even have a conversation about what is right and wrong. It is wrong to call a member of Congress a suicide bomber. It is wrong to joke about that publicly. It endangers their lives and the Muslims that work on Capitol Hill because there are so many people that can’t tell the difference, unfortunately.” She added, “Let’s just be clear if Kevin McCarthy and these people are in leadership, what will they be doing? They are certainly not going to be doing what Democrat haves done all year. We brought down unemployment by 4.2%. We...
    SUMMER Wells' dad said her mom "made the wrong friends" — but insists she knows nothing about their five-year-old daughter's disappearance. Summer Wells' dad Donald Wells spoke with NewsNationNow's Brian Entin on Monday about his daughter's mom, Candus Bly. 4Donald described Summer's mom Candus as a 'good mother'Credit: News Nation 4Candus was recently questioned on Dr. PhilCredit: CBS When asked by the NewsNationNow correspondent if it's "possible that something happened to Summer that Candus knows about," Donald said: "No, because she knows better. She would know to go directly to law enforcement. "And an accident is one thing. She would never do something like that. She knows better than that." Entin also asked if Candus possibly "got into a situation where it wasn't her fault," to which Donald insisted: "No." Donald then described Candus as a "good mother" who "loves her children." "The biggest mistake she might have made is maybe she was in some wrong friends, but you know ... it happens," Summer's dad said at the end of the short video clip shared to Twitter. NewsNationNow's full Summer...
    In an interview with "America at a Crossroads" on Wednesday, Schmidt decried the "recklessly stupid," "dishonest," and "cheap" trick pulled by the Lincoln Project, claiming that he "learned about it on the news like everybody else and had no involvement with it." According to Schmidt, he's not been involved with the group's day-to-day efforts since the Georgia special elections in January. In fact, he claimed he was furious about the Virginia stunt at the time. "On the one-to-ten scale of being very angry, internally I clocked in at about a 57," Schmidt stated. "And I expressed my opinions internally." However, as he admitted, he didn't bother to say anything publicly. Why not say something? Well, according to Schmidt, staying quiet about something that he found horribly outrageous and an example of "appalling judgment" by the group's leadership was preferable to hurting the chances of the Democratic nominee for governor. "If I did [say something publicly], I knew it would be more of a distraction for [Democratic nominee]...
    Vice President Kamala Harris was mocked Wednesday for using a French accent while speaking to scientists in France. “With us in government, we campaign with ‘The Plan,’” Harris said waving her arms about as she toured the Pasteur Institute in the capital, as Breitbart News reported. “Uppercase T, Uppercase P. ‘The Plan.’” Kamala Harris was accused of faking a French accent during her visit Tuesday to the Pasteur Institute in Paris. https://t.co/1r2PwAScrU — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) November 11, 2021 Sen. Josh Hawley’s (R-MO) press secretary Abigail Marone led off with a response when she tweeted, “Is she using a FRENCH ACCENT?! I love this episode of Veep.” Is she using a FRENCH ACCENT?! I love this episode of Veep. https://t.co/HC0eaq0nsY — Abigail Marone ???????? (@abigailmarone) November 10, 2021 A Republican National Committee’s staffer tweeted Harris was “Cringe” by speaking to scientists as “if they’re toddlers.” Kamala "Cringe" Harris visits a group of French scientists and speaks to them as if theyre toddlers, lamenting that people expect their elected officials to keep their promises. pic.twitter.com/93eoZEip4R — Jake Schneider (@jacobkschneider) November 10, 2021 Tsar...
    You can make up complete lies about Kyle Rittenhouse and you won't get banned.\n\nBut if you say Kyle Rittenhouse was innocent, you will be.pic.twitter.com/kIyyTcujSA — Libertarian Party NH (@Libertarian Party NH) 1636406645 Twitter did not respond to a request for comment by the time of publication. Big tech companies and social media platforms have been under fire over accusations that they selectively enforce their rules against those on the right while leaving similar offenses from the left untouched. In one recent example Twitter suspended the account of a Republican congressman for referring to a transgender woman serving in the Biden administration as a man. Here's more about the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse: Kyle Rittenhouse breaks down in tears on witness stand www.youtube.com
    A Florida woman who was called 'disgusting,' 'trashy,' and 'despicable' for posing for sexy Instagram photos in an 'inappropriate' black dress at her father's funeral has vehemently defended the post. Earlier this week, Jayne Rivera, 20, shared photos of herself earing a one-sleeve blazer mini dress with a plunging neckline, black tights, and tall heeled boots while striking poses right next to her father's coffin. The images quickly went viral on Reddit and Twitter, making international headlines as critics called her behavior shameful — but Rivera has insisted to NBC News that there was 'nothing wrong with what I posted, and I stand by that.' In fact, she said, her father supported her career as a 'full-time influencer,' so it made sense to include his dead body on her Instagram page.   OOTD: Jayne Rivera, 20, posed for photos at her father's funeral. She wore a revealing black dress and took several snaps showing it off, with her deceased father visible behind her Tacky: Reddit users have slammed her as 'despicable,' 'horrific,' 'repulsive,' and narcissistic  In the photos, Rivera looks far from bereaved, showing...
    Dear Amy: I’m at a complete loss right now. Amy Dickinson  I am an asexual person in my late-30s. I am in a five-year relationship and am currently in school pursuing a degree. About six weeks ago, a classmate of mine started pursuing a friendship with me (he has a wife and children). We’ve become really close since then. We talk about our feelings, hopes, dreams, fears, etc., and there has been an amazing level of what I thought was honest and healthy communication. Recently, he caught me off guard with a conversation about how “this relationship will never be anything but platonic” and “we can’t be anything more than friends.” I know. I was never after anything else. Related Articles Ask Amy: Should I have told a stranger about the embarrassing thing I saw? Ask Amy: Were they right to boycott their own baby shower? Ask Amy: My brother’s wife sent us insulting letters after he died Ask Amy: She’s not the grandmother I want for my kids Ask...
    HAD enough of Boris? Me too, frankly. But then you look at who is waiting in the wings, stage left. The official Opposition. With their Palestinian flags and weird obsessions about race and gender. With a semi-literate deputy leader who calls the Tory leadership — voted into office by the very people she now wants to back her — “scum”. 6Had enough of Boris? Me too frankly, but you wouldn't actually vote for that Labour rabble and its Corbynista Left, now Angela Rayner With a leader who seems not to believe that women exist. And who is apparently unaware of what a cervix is. You look at this shower — a party of which I was for almost 40 years a ­member — and think: “Nah, I reckon it’s the blonde buffoon again for me next time.” A depressing decision, really. But you wouldn’t actually vote for that Labour rabble, would you? Here’s the problem for Labour. It is torn in half by two competing factions. And the horrible irony is that both of them are wrong. There’s the Corbynista...
    British boxer Amir Khan has claimed he was 'picked on' and 'treated so badly' when he was kicked off an American Airlines flight by US police after an alleged row about face coverings. The 34-year-old had been flying to a training camp in Colorado from New York when he and a friend were removed by police after someone on the plane is said to have complained his colleague's mask 'was not high enough'. But the boxer said his 'mask was always up' and he 'did not argue' with flight attendants when they asked his friend to lift his mask up. Speaking to Kay Burley on Sky News today, Khan continued to maintain that he had 'done nothing wrong' during the incident.     He also said it took place a week after the anniversary of the September 11 attacks and 'things were a little bit tense.' Amir Khan claimed he was 'picked on' and 'did nothing wrong' when he was kicked off an American Airlines flight by US police The boxer said his 'mask was always up' and he 'did not argue'...
    British boxer Amir Khan today revealed he had been kicked off an American Airlines flight by US police after a facemask row.  The 34-year-old, who has also appeared on reality television shows including I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, claimed he had been 'banned' by the carrier. In a video posted to Twitter, he said he was trying to fly to a training camp in Colorado from New York, but he and a colleague were removed when someone complained his colleague's mask 'was not high enough'. He spoke of being 'disgusted' by his alleged treatment.  The 34-year-old, who has also appeared on reality television shows including I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, claimed he had been 'banned' by American Airlines  Khan - who was on the way to a training camp - complained about the incident in a tweet Khan said: 'I was taken off the plane today when I was going to training camp to Colorado Springs by the police. 'Obviously a complaint was made by American Airlines staff, they said that my...
    The Federal Election Commission reportedly ruled in August that Twitter did not violate election laws by blocking users from sharing a New York Post article based on a cryptographically authentic email from Hunter Biden’s laptop less than a month before the 2020 presidential election. The FEC ruled that Twitter had “credibly explained” its move to temporarily block the New York Post story from being shared on its platform, according to The New York Times, which obtained an unreleased document outlining the commission’s decision to dismiss a complaint filed by the Republican National Committee in October alleging that Twitter’s censorship of the story was an “illegal in-kind contribution” to then-candidate Joe Biden’s presidential campaign. The FEC found that Twitter’s move to censor the story was a commercial decision based on its hacked materials policy, according to the Times. The commission also ruled that there was “no information that Twitter coordinated” with the Biden campaign in censoring the story. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: NY Post’s ‘Smoking Gun’ Hunter Biden Email 100% Authentic, Forensic Analysis Concludes) It’s not clear how many of the six FEC...
    How to Make Your Deck Last an Extra 10 Years The Daily Sweat: If Phillies could put together a couple good weeks they can win NL East © Provided by People Craig McDean Zendaya is opening up about her mental health.  The 25-year-old actress and cover star of British Vogue's October issue, spoke about going to therapy and how it's helped her in a wide-ranging interview with the magazine, out Monday. "Yeah, of course I go to therapy," Zendaya replied when asked about the topic. "I mean, if anybody is able to possess the financial means to go to therapy, I would recommend they do that. I think it's a beautiful thing." The Euphoria star continued, "You know, there's nothing wrong with working on yourself and dealing with those things with someone who can help you, someone who can talk to you, who's not your mom or whatever. Who has no bias."  RELATED: Zendaya Says She Refused to Have Her First Kiss on Camera While Filming Shake It Up © Provided by People Craig McDean The Disney Channel...
    Instagram Syesha Mercado/Instagram On Tuesday morning, Syesha Mercado and her partner, Tyron Deneer, held a press conference to raise awareness about their fight to regain custody of their two children, according to WFLA. In the press conference, Mercado and Deneer referenced an Instagram video uploaded on July 11 that show’s the couple’s ten-day-old daughter being taken away by deputies during a traffic stop in Manatee County, Florida. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Syesha (@syesha) In the Instagram post, seen above, Mercado asks police, “How could you guys do this? Do you not feel anything? My baby is days old and you’re taking my baby away from me. You’re taking my baby away from me. You have no heart. This is so wrong.” News of their daughter being taken away comes on the heels of their 18-month-old son being taken from their care in March 2021. According to the Herald-Tribune, the couple insisted they had taken their daughter to the doctor the day prior. “They also said they were on their way with the...
    BACHELORETTE Michelle Young was caught on a date with a new man as the two enjoyed a Minnesota Twins game in a spoiler as the star currently films the upcoming new season. The 28-year-old is best known for being the runner-up on Matt James' Bachelor season. 4Bachelorette Michelle Young was spotted on quite the date at Target Field in MinnesotaCredit: Instagram Some more from the first pitch throw out… pic.twitter.com/nnj3TFAjmA— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) August 15, 2021 In photos obtained by Reality Steve, the TV star looked like she had quite the day alongside the man, as the two were seen holding hands and walking across Target field. That mystery man? WARNING: SPOILER ALERT: Joe Coleman, who seems to be a contestant on the upcoming season of the Bachelorette which is set to debut this fall. Reality Steve also shared a short clip that showed the pair exchange a sweet kiss after Michelle threw a strike as part of the game's first pitch festivities. Recently, Michelle turned heads in a gorgeous gold gown as she gets ready for the season 18...
    DEAR ABBY: My 53rd high school class reunion is coming up. Former classmates have been emailing me about participating. Jeanne Phillips  I do not want to go. I went to my 50th and that was enough catching up for me. I like hearing about the lives of my former classmates from our class correspondent, but 50 years ago I moved more than 1,000 miles away and began a new life. So did my parents and siblings. Today, my parents are gone, and my siblings and I are spread around the country. There’s nothing left in my hometown for me other than the graves of my father’s family, our old family home and memories. Related Articles Dear Abby: Apparently I’m good enough to watch their pets but not to hang out with Dear Abby: I’m appalled by other women’s reaction to my wedding ring Dear Abby: I can’t date this man because of what my kid said Dear Abby: Our baby is 3 months old, and my fiance is still keeping her a...
    Britney Spears's father has agreed to step down as her conservator, in a huge victory for the singer as she battles to end a 12-year conservatorship. Jamie Spears, 69, has been paying himself $16,000 a month since 2008 to manage his daughter's multimillion dollar fortune. On Thursday he announced that he was stepping down, as his daughter has long demanded.  In court documents, obtained by TMZ, his lawyers write: 'There are, in fact, no actual grounds for suspending or removing M. Spears as the Conservator of the Estate ... and it is highly debatable whether a change in conservator at this time would be in Ms. Spears' best interests.  'Nevertheless, even as Mr. Spears is the unremitting target of unjustified attacks, he does not believe that a public battle with his daughter over his continuing service as her conservator would be in her best interests.' Jamie Spears claimed in a court filing that Britney (pictured together in 2015) is struggling so much with her mental health that court-appointed professional Jodi Montgomery, who overseas the popstar's life decisions, recommended hospitalizing...
    PACKING your child's lunchbox isn't always easy, as children can often be fussy about what it is that they will or won't eat. But one mum has had to face another hurdle, as her school has imposed strict rules on what parents are allowed to pack. Surprisingly, it has nothing to do with what kind of food is included. 2One mum has revealed that her son's healthy lunch would be banned from schoolCredit: Facebook The mother posted in a Facebook group for parents looking for lunchbox inspiration and shared a photo of her son's lunchbox. She revealed that her son's healthy lunch, which consisted of a wholegrain sandwich, yoghurt, a protein bar, fresh fruit, cheese and air-popped popcorn, would be banned. Even though the snap showed a healthy and balanced meal, the mother said the school would take issue with the amount of packaging used. She wrote alongside the photo: "No doubt will get in trouble for packaging. Our school has zero bins for students." Parents were quick to react to the post, with many saying the school's regulation was...
    A respected body language expert claims Andrew Cuomo was riven with anxiety during his pre-recorded speech denying sex pest claims - but also praised his 'masterful' delivery.   Patti Wood said Cuomo's tilted head - which is pulled back and up to his right side for the entirety of the video's 14-and-a-half minutes - is a telltale sign that he is 'suppressing his anger'.  'He continues to suppress it and suppress it', Wood added, which could be an indication of innocence or guilt.  Wood added that the governor's repeated lip compressions and tongue 'cleanses,' where he swept it around his mouth, indicate an overall tension and nervousness.  The author and veteran body language analyst even added that if she were isolated those tics would have made her say: 'Oh, that's a tell,' indicating that he was lying.  Cuomo started his statement by letting viewers know that 'the facts are much different than what has been portrayed'. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Raising fists at his accusers, using lawyer talk and jokes... Biden calls on Cuomo...
    Hong Kong (CNN)Newlyweds Mehray Mezensof and Mirzat Taher were two days from leaving Xinjiang to start a new life in Australia when Chinese police knocked on their door in April 2017, seized Taher's passport and threw him into detention.During the next four years, Taher was imprisoned in Xinjiang detention centers on three separate occasions for months at a time, Mezensof told CNN from her home in Melbourne, where the married couple had hoped to live together.Then in April this year, she received a phone call to say her husband had been tried for separatism and sentenced to 25 years in prison. "How could they be that cruel, like how can they be that heartless? My husband didn't do anything. And he's already been through so much in the last four years," she said.Mehray Mezensof and her husband Mirzat Taher on their wedding day in 2016.The US State department and human rights groups have accused the Chinese government of detaining up to two million Uyghurs and Muslim minorities in extra-legal detention camps, which Beijing claims are "vocational training centers" designed to...
    NBC New York’s Melissa Russo interviewed former NYC mayor and former Donald Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani this week, and in very on-brand fashion the outspoken attorney made multiple startling declarations. Of particular note, and sure to be meme’d for all time, Giuliani said that he is “more than willing to go to jail” should it come to that. Giuliani spoke with Russo at length about the investigations into his and his former client’s activities, and specifically the federal probe into his dealings in Ukraine. On that subject, he maintains absolute innocence, and said rather grandiosely that, should he be punished, those enact it will “suffer the consequences in heaven.” “I committed no crime, and if you think I committed a crime, you’re probably really stupid, because you don’t know who I am,” Giuliani told NBC. “Is the guy who put the mafia in jail, terrorists in jail, Ed Koch’s commissioners in jail, and the worst people on Wall Street — I’m not going to file (a form)? I mean, that’s just crazy.” “I am more than willing to go to...
    Oregon state Rep. Mike Nearman (R), who in May held open doors for right-wing protestors storming the state's Capitol building, on Tuesday said that though he pleaded guilty to charges he faced as a result of that day, he does not believe that he did anything wrong. Nearman, 57, made his remarks during an interview with conservative talk show host Lars Larson following his sentencing. “I don’t think I committed a crime, and I don’t think I did anything wrong,” Nearman said. Footage of Nearman opening a door to the building and allowing multiple protesters, some who were armed with pepper spray and rifles, was obtained by the Oregonian in December of 2020. As the video circulated, several of Nearman's colleagues and community members called for him to resign and be billed for the damage caused. The Republican lawmaker was charged with two misdemeanor charges including first-degree official misconduct and second-degree criminal trespass in May.  On Tuesday, Nearman pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charges and was sentenced by a Marion County judge to complete 80 hours of community service and pay $2,900 in fines....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Conversion therapy is widely discredited by medical experts. Now, a new Minnesota order protects minors from going through the therapy meant to convert a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. READ MORE: Mother Fights To Visit Injured Son Due To Metro Hospitals COVID Restrictions “Bring your authentic self. You’ll be seen, heard, valued and loved in this state, and we want you to be whoever you are,” Gov. Tim Walz said. Officials and advocates describe the order as a first step. The Minnesota State Legislature would need to pass a law to have an official ban. One of those speaking out at Thursday’s signing at the capitol was a 25-year-old Minnesota man who underwent conversion therapy nine years ago. Afterward, Junior Avalos sat down with Esme Murphy to explain the physical and emotional abuse he suffered. Growing up in Houston, Junior Avalos heard the same thing again and again. “There was something wrong with me for being attracted to someone of the same sex,” he said. When he was 16 his father found out he had...
    A BRIT influencer caught up in a prostitution probe by police has vowed to fight to clear her name as her gran insists: “She’s done nothing wrong.” Instagram favourite Bayley Jacob, 22, has fled Dubai after being accused of soliciting for sex by posting on a site for wealthy men seeking “friends with benefits.’’ 7Bayley Jacob, 22, fled Dubai amid claims she was soliciting for sex on a sugar baby site Her defiant grandma said today: “There is an investigation going on but what’s being claimed is all rubbish. She’s not involved in any prostitution.  “It’s a shock because the story's across the whole page of The Sun but she’s done nothing wrong. “She’s getting lawyers and she's going to fight this.” Her gran, who did not want to be named, added: “What will all her followers think? I hope they realise it’s all rubbish too, but they will believe what they want to believe.” It comes after The Sun exclusively revealed she had fled Dubai amid the prostitution probe. Blonde beauty Bayley, who is in her early 20s, is...
    A SEXPERT has revealed the “sex window” women have on dates that men constantly miss. Relationship guru Nadia Bokody, from Australia, said men constantly come to her frustrated after not kissing a girl on a date and wondering where it all went wrong. 3Relationship guru Nadia Bokody said men often miss the 'sex window' on a date and then are surprised when a woman doesn't want to be intimateCredit: nadiabokody/Instagram Writing for News.com.au, Nadia wrote: “Where men tend to go wrong, is missing the window to establish subtle touch early on in a date with a woman, then attempting to interject overt sexual contact at the end of the night when they’ve received no indication she’s conducive to it. “While a woman will probably feel violated by this approach, she’s unlikely to take issue with sitting close enough at the bar (incidentally, a far better first date option than dinner) so her knees are touching his, or the odd tap on the forearm while he’s laughing at a joke. “If she’s uncomfortable with that, she’ll make it clear by adjusting...
    Director and writer Taika Waititi. Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Taika Watiti told the Sydney Morning Herald that he was not upset about the May paparazzi photos. The images showed Watiti getting close with Tessa Thompson and Rita Ora on a balcony. The "Jojo Rabbit" director is rumoured to dating Ora. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Taika Waititi has addressed the viral photos from earlier of this year of him getting cosy with Tessa Thompson and Rita Ora in Sydney. The Jojo Rabbit director told Sydney Morning Herald that he was not upset about the gossip surrounding the photos because he was "doing nothing wrong." In May, pictures surfaced of the New Zealand director, British pop singer Rita Ora and American actress Tessa Thompson sharing kisses between the three of them on a balcony. Waititi told the Herald: "I think in the world of the internet, everything goes away pretty quick. "And also, is it that big a deal? No, not really. I was doing nothing wrong. It's fine," he continued. The images got people talking on...
    JURGEN KLINSMANN has urged England to calm down following the frustrations after drawing with Scotland. The Three Lions sit on four points after two matches but their performances have left a lot to be desired. 3England have picked up four points from their opening two matchesCredit: Getty Gareth Southgate's side have mustered just three shots on target while Harry Kane has had six touches in the opposition box. Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville are just two of the names to have criticised England while Graeme Souness is predicting a Euro KO once they face a big side. But Germany legend Klinsmann believes England are overreacting following the 0-0 draw with the Auld Enemy. He said on BBC: "You have four points after two games - take it. There's nothing wrong, they're already qualified for the next round. "Scotland had a very good performance and England tried hard but didn't have the spark. "The attitude was positive but there was just no creativity or spark and they didn't create any chances because Scotland were tactically very good. 3Jurgen...
    In an exclusive interview with Fox News' Dr. Marc Siegel, former CDC Director Robert R. Redfield Jr. warned scientists against expressing "arrogance" in their work that could lead to dangerous pitfalls due to their haste. During a larger discussion on the dangers of gain-of-function research, and the potential for lab-leak scenarios as posited by many Americans following the coronavirus pandemic, Redfield warned against too much self-confidence in the scientific community. Redfield said that some scientists and researchers tend to show "arrogance" toward the infallibility of their work, believing that nothing can or will go wrong. "It may be, in fact, that unfortunately that's not true anymore, that something did go wrong, and not intentionally," said Redfield. In regard to theories about lab leaks, Redfield added that there is a possibility a worker or workers could have contracted a virus and simply been asymptomatic – leading to further infections that weren't so. "It's not unfeasible that this virus escaped asymptomatically. And eventually, as cases developed in the elderly, we began to recognize an epidemic," said Redfield. Video"I've already told my...
    A 15-year-old Lyndhurst girl kept walking when a driver pulled up and asked if she wanted a ride to the park. Moments later, he approached her on foot. Police were called, but the stranger had gone. Later that day, Officer Matt Giunta stopped a Toyota Camry on Ridge Road that matched the vehicle described by the frightened girl. Giunta and backup Detective Nick Abruscato arrested the driver, whom the teen later identified as her stalker, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said. MD Sikder, 29, of Lyndhurst claimed he tried talking to the girl and “did nothing wrong,” Auteri said. He was charged Wednesday with luring and released pending a hearing a short time later under New Jersey’s 2017 bail reform law, the lieutenant said. Parents are advised to urge their children to tell them, so they can notify police, if strangers try talking to them.
    The director of the "Friends" reunion for HBO Max spoke out against negative comments being made about series star Matthew Perry.  Perry portrayed Chandler Bing on all ten seasons of the hit 1990s sitcom and was among the six core cast members who returned for the unscripted retrospective of the series. However, many fans believed that the 51-year-old, who has been open in the past about his struggles with addiction, seemed a little off during the show.  Some accused the actor of having slurred speech and seeming a bit vacant during pre-interviews for the special. However, director Ben Winston appeared on The Hollywood Reporter’s podcast "TV’s Top Five" over the weekend where he saw no evidence in working with Perry that he’s having any renewed issues with substance abuse and criticized those engaging in such online gossip.  'FRIENDS' REUNION DIDN'T HAVE PAUL RUDD, COLE SPROUSE FOR THIS REASON: 'YOU’VE GOT TO PAY ATTENTION' ‘Friends’ reunion director spoke out against unkind comments directed at Matthew Perry. (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) "He was great," Winston said (via E! News). "People can...
    Tuesday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Job Creators Network president and CEO Alfredo Ortiz discussed his small business group’s lawsuit against Major League Baseball for moving the All-Star Game out of Atlanta over Georgia’s new voter laws. Ortiz, who has warned the change in location would “cost upwards of $100 million of economic damages” to Georgia,” including many minority-owned businesses, said his group’s intention is “to right a very, very bad wrong.” “We tried everything that we could think of to try to get Commissioner Manfred’s attention. We sprung into action four days after that move actually happened. We put up two billboards in New York’s Times Square right down from his offices, and nothing. We took a full-page ad out in the New York Times trying to address this issue, and nothing. You know, we sent letters to his offices — nothing. We even sent protesters outside of his headquarters in New York, and absolutely nothing. Zero. Nada, Ainsley. And so, here we are today,” Ortiz outlined. “We filed a lawsuit yesterday in federal court in New York and basically making...
    Sunday on “Fox News Live,” Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) addressed some of the members of his own party not supporting Israel in its ongoing conflict with terrorist organization Hamas. Sherman pointed out that he has been combating the lack of knowledge regarding Israel’s history and the conflict among his fellow Democrats since the 1980s, so “this is nothing new.” “This is nothing new,” Sherman advised. “There have been elements in the Democratic Party. I’ve been combating them since the 1980s who don’t really have an understanding of Israel’s history or of the history of the Middle East conflict. I think that the latest attempt is to try to deny Israel the JDAMS. Well, what are the JDAMS? I don’t think the opponents of Israel have noticed that this is a device designed to make sure that a bomb doesn’t hit the wrong target. So, if you’re going to complain that Israel’s bombing is imprecise, to deprive Israel of the very mechanisms it needs to make sure that the bombs don’t hit the wrong target is critically important.” “To say to...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) doubled down on her controversial comments comparing Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to the Nazis because of her mask rules for the House, telling a local Arizona reporter that she had said nothing wrong, and “any rational Jewish person should also oppose “what’s happening with overbearing mask mandates.” On a Thursday Newsmax appearance, Greene criticized Pelosi for “running a tyrannical, oppressive workplace,” and then made the Nazi comparison: This woman is mentally ill. You know, we can look back in a time in history where people were told to wear a gold star and they were definitely treated like second class citizens, so much so that they were put in trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany. And this is exactly the type of abuse that Nancy Pelosi is talking about. Bianca Buono, a reporter with Arizona’s 12 News, spoke to Greene after the event she held in Mesa, Az. with Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), and asked her if she stood by her comments “comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.” “No one should be...
    An Orange County man was arrested last month after admitting to FBI agents that he went into the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot and brought home a “Do Not Enter” sign that he later discarded when he got scared and realized he shouldn’t have taken it as a “souvenir”, according to details in court records. Philip Edward Kramer, identified in federal court filings as a Yorba Linda resident and an employee at a Paramount business, is among several individuals with Southern California ties who in recent weeks have been either arrested or charged in connection with the siege. Kramer faces several charges, including knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and theft of government property, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court. According to court records, Kramer was arrested April 14, and the criminal complaint against him was unsealed the same day. Federal prosecutors did not request he be held in lockup prior to trial and he was released on his own recognizance. In a phone conversation...
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo is maintaining his innocence as New York Attorney General Letitia James continues her probe into sexual harassment claims levied against the governor from at least seven women. Cuomo was defensive at a COVID-19 news briefing on Thursday, May 13 in the Bronx while fielding questions about the ongoing investigation. 
“The short answer is no,” Cuomo commented when questioned about whether he was worried about the findings of the investigation. “I did nothing wrong. I never said I didn’t have faith in the AG’s investigation, what I said was that people have only heard one side of the story.” During a previous conference, Cuomo said that “I’m not telling anyone to have faith in anything,” when prompted about whether or not he has faith in the investigation. “New Yorkers are smart. They know when they’re hearing one side of the story and that they have to wait to hear the other side of the story, and I am very eager to tell the other side of the story because it’s a much different story and the truth will...
    According to Twitchy, under the mistaken idea he was a hero, some lunatic posted (and then deleted) video of himself screaming at some poor woman (who says she’s pregnant) for not wearing a mask. Thankfully, the InterWebNetzzz are forever: This is truly a mental illness at this point. pic.twitter.com/5borYPr8Uy — The First (@TheFirstonTV) May 6, 2021 First off, let’s be very clear about something… The victim of this mewling crybully did nothing wrong, absolutely nothing wrong… As someone who still wears a mask and will continue to until two weeks after my second shot, I want to repeat again that this woman did nothing wrong. If I’m wearing a mask I could not care less if someone else chooses to not wear a mask. If I’m wearing a mask and am six feet away from someone, what they choose to do is solely up to them. Their actions in no way worry me. At no point do I feel as though they are putting me in any kind of risk category. We have all been educated about the risks of...
    Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo insisted during a Monday press conference that he did nothing wrong in his handling of nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic and would not resign from his position. Cuomo said that the investigation into his handling of nursing homes “was a political investigation started by Donald Trump.” He insisted that the former president politicized nursing home policies during the pandemic and unfairly blamed Democratic governors for cases and deaths in nursing homes. “It was all our fault,” Cuomo said. “And then had his political Department of Justice start an investigation. And they were a political Department of Justice, there’s no doubt about that.” (RELATED: ‘Specials’: Cuomo Prioritized COVID-19 Testing For His Own Relatives, Other VIPs During Shortage) “I did nothing wrong … period,” the governor added. “And I’m not resigning and I’m doing my job every day.” Questions about Cuomo’s handling of nursing homes during the pandemic arose when the Daily Caller News Foundation revealed in May of 2020 that the governor’s office had purposefully undercounted nursing home deaths. Recent reports showed that...