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    Disgraced reality TV star Todd Chrisley tried to smoke out the 'informants' he blamed for exposing his financial fraud and put pressure on family members to lie under oath to save his skin.  Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, these are some of the allegations made by Chrisley's former daughter-in-law Alexus Whilby, who was once married to the reality star's son Kyle.   On Monday, Chrisley, 53, and wife Julie, 49, were sentenced to a combined prison time of 19 years, after being convicted on multiple counts of tax evasion, fraudulent loans and wire fraud in a $30million scheme that spanned more than a decade. Today, Alexus, known as Lexie, 31, is breaking her silence to share her relief that justice has been served and to tell of the intense pressure she endured from Chrisley as he tried to find out if she had snitched on him, then pushed her to lie for him when she refused to say.  'During the time when Kyle and I were still married, Todd had his attorneys come to my place of business, to my home, and...
    A boneheaded Maryland homeowner who tried to rid the $1.8 million house of a snake infestation by smoking out the reptiles set his million property ablaze, leaving a charred shell. The unidentified homeowner used coals as a heat source in an effort to smoke the snakes out but placed them too close to combustibles, sparking the massive fire on November 23, according to county fire investigators.  The blaze began around 10 pm in the basement of the multi-story manor, located on the 21000 block of Big Woods Road in Dickerson, before spreading throughout the rest of the house, WJLA reported.  By the time some 75 firefighters arrived, the roof and part of its structure had collapsed as flames lit up the night sky.  Firefighters were also hampered by the lack of fire hydrants on the property, which has a nearly mile-long driveway and is located about 60 miles east of Baltimore.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO  Flames shoot out of a $1.8 million home in Dickerson, Maryland after homeowner tried to rid the house of a snake infestation by smoking out the serpents...
    Vandals smashed through the tomb of murdered rapper Pop Smoke and tried to remove his casket on Saturday morning.   Sources told TMZ that they found the tomb vandalized during a visit at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Photos of the destruction indicate that the slain rapper's headstone had been smashed, and scratch marks indicated the vandals may have tried to pull out his casket. The 20-year-old New York rapper, whose legal name was Bashar Barakah Jackson, was shot dead on February 19 at his $2.5million rental home in the Hollywood Hills.   The LAPD said the five suspects, including two boys aged 15 and 17, targeted his house when they saw pictures on his social media. They narrowed down where he lived by using the images and an address posted on a gift bag, and then killed him during a robbery gone wrong, authorities say.  Shocking: The tomb of the slain rapper Pop Smoke was found severely vandalized on Saturday morning, sources who glimpsed it at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn told TMZ Pop Smoke's casket was interred in a mausoleum surrounded...
    Nearly half of U.S. adults say in a new poll that they have tried marijuana, as more states move to green-light legislation legalizing it in recent months. In the poll released by Gallup on Tuesday, 49 percent of U.S. adults said they have tried marijuana, a new high-water mark in the survey giant's research. The company noted the percentage has steadily risen in the past 50 years, with a sharp rise from 4 percent to 22 percent around the 70s. It stood at 30 percent in 1985 and then 40 percent six years ago, Gallup noted. The company also said it’s also seen more consistency in recent years in the percentage of respondents who say they are currently smoking marijuana, a drug that remains illegal at the federal level although it’s been legalized for recreational and medical use in a growing number of states.  Just 12 percent of participants in the new poll said they “smoke marijuana.” The company said the percentage has hovered around the 11-13 percent range over the past few years even though the percentage of adults who say they smoke cigarettes has declined. The company also...
    COPS are hunting nine men after 14 officers were assaulted while trying to disperse a crowd in Hyde Park. Violent clashes at a lockdown protest saw missiles hurled at cops as they attempted to break up the mass demonstration last weekend. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 6Cops were left bloodied after trying to disperse crowds last weekendCredit: WENN 6The nine men police are hunting after officers were left injuredCredit: Met Police Officers were left with bloody faces after being pelted with objects as the London crowd brandished placards saying "no to vaccine passports". Detective Chief Inspector Nat Norris, from the Met’s Public Order Command, said: “The level of violence directed at these officers is some of the worst I have seen in recent years. “These officers were simply trying to do their job and it can never be acceptable for them to be attacked in this way. “I would urge anyone who recognises those pictured to contact us so we can speak to them about this incident.” Police stepped in after the crowd of more than 100...
    New York : FDNY in action Photo: Andrés Correa Guatarasma / Courtesy Lucas Silverio, a student hero who died trying to rescue a baby in a fire, was a posthumous graduate of the Bronx Community College (NYC). His parents Víctor and Ana received the posthumous title in his honor on Wednesday afternoon. In June 2019, the teenager tried to save a 3-year-old girl during a fire that swept through her apartment building in Belmont. Unfortunately, Silverio and the minor died in the hospital as a result of their injuries. Amid the fire, Silverio and a cousin took their grandmother down 15 flights of stairs, but then the teenager ran to the smoke-filled 14th floor to try to find baby Yasleen McDonald (3), who had been separated from her mother. in chaos. Silverio and Yasleen they were overcome by the smoke in the hall while trying to escape and collapsed, authorities said. Both were taken to nearby hospitals in critical condition for smoke inhalation and burns in more than 80% of their bodies. “How many young...
    AN "OVERWHELMED" single mum who tried to gas her sons to death with disposable BBQs under the bed has been has been jailed for five years. Lisa Walmsley, 51, lit the camp burners to kill her two sons, then aged 19 and 21, on New Years Day night during a nervous breakdown. 4Lisa Walmsley, 51, used disposable BBQs to try and gas her sons to deathCredit: Cavendish Press 4She admitted attempted murder and was caged for more than five yearsCredit: Cavendish Press One son raised the alarm when he noticed carbon monoxide fumes engulfing his room and ran for her help. His mum drove the other son away in the family BMW with three disposable BBQs secretly burning in the back of the vehicle. Police stopped the car before both were overwhelmed by the deadly fumes. Walmsley was struggling to cope with one of her son's mental health difficulties and had been researching ways to kill her sons and herself to ''protect'' the family from further ''suffering.'' BBQ HORROR At Manchester Crown Court, Walmsley of Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester...
    We’ve dealt with a lot in 2020. Between the election, the pandemic, the fires, and everything else this year has heaped on us, most people don’t have the capacity to worry about much else. But an Arizona woman dubbed a “Karen” has made it a goal to stop her neighbors from smoking medical marijuana—in their own home. Hide The “Karen,” whose real name is Renee Moore, claims that the smoke coming from her neighbors’ apartment is triggering her health issues. Her neighbors, who hold medical marijuana cards, are within their legal rights to smoke in their own residence—which is exactly what the property management company and city code enforcement staff told Moore when she complained about the smoke. Hide That didn’t stop Moore, however, who turned her attention to state-wide efforts to legalize recreational marijuana use. She claims that she’s experienced a range of health issues, which include her “eyes swelling, burning, my nose burning, throat burning, breathing problems, migraines, just to name a few.” She believes these health problems will become more widespread if marijuana is legalized...
    POLICE reportedly asked the late rapper Pop Smoke to provide information on the Brooklynn Crips gang just before he was shot dead. Pop Smoke, whose real name was Bashar Jackson, was shot dead during a robbery at a Hollywood Hills home he rented on February 19. 2NYPD reportedly asked the late rapper Pop Smoke to provide information on the Crips gangCredit: AFP or licensors In December and January prior to his death, New York City police reportedly tried to get the rapper to rat out members of Brooklyn's 823 Crips. During the first questioning in December, police arrested Jackson for allegedly stealing a Rolls Royce Wraith. Police asked the 20-year-old rapper about a shooting that happened in Canarsie in June 2019 and told him they had a video of him driving a car in reverse near the scene. When asked to provide information about the Crips, Jackson refused to cooperate. 2When asked to provide information about the Crips, Jackson refused to cooperateCredit: Getty Images - Getty "Any conversation with Pop about cooperation was a...
    Earlier than he was gunned down throughout a Hollywood Hills dwelling invasion, Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was dodging New York law-enforcement authorities who hounded him to tell on gang members and spill what he knew a couple of pair of Brooklyn shootings, The Submit has realized. The Canarsie-raised rapper — actual identify Bashar Jackson — was first grilled by an NYPD gang unit detective when he was arrested in December 2019 for possessing a stolen $375,000 Rolls Royce Wraith within the borough, a supply near the hip-hop star stated. The detective questioned Jackson a couple of non-fatal taking pictures in Canarsie in June 2019 as a result of investigators stated that they had video of the rapper driving a automotive in reverse close to the scene of the crime, the supply stated. Additionally they requested him to supply details about members of Brooklyn’s 823 Crips, a subset of the infamous road gang, based on the supply. However he refused to cooperate, his lawyer Peter Frankel stated. “Any dialog with Pop about cooperation was a really quick one. It’s one...
    Before he was gunned down during a Hollywood Hills home invasion, Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was dodging New York law-enforcement authorities who hounded him to inform on gang members and spill what he knew about a pair of Brooklyn shootings, The Post has learned. The Canarsie-raised rapper — real name Bashar Jackson — was first grilled by an NYPD gang unit detective when he was arrested in December 2019 for possessing a stolen $375,000 Rolls Royce Wraith in the borough, a source close to the hip-hop star said. The detective questioned Jackson about a non-fatal shooting in Canarsie in June 2019 because investigators said they had video of the rapper driving a car in reverse near the scene of the crime, the source said. They also asked him to provide information about members of Brooklyn’s 823 Crips, a subset of the notorious street gang, according to the source. But he refused to cooperate, his lawyer Peter Frankel said. “Any conversation with Pop about cooperation was a very short one. It’s something he would never entertain doing,” Frankel said. Jackson...
    Before he was gunned down during a Hollywood Hills home invasion, Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was dodging New York law-enforcement authorities who hounded him to inform on gang members and spill what he knew about a pair of Brooklyn shootings, The Post has learned. The Canarsie-raised rapper — real name Bashar Jackson — was first grilled by an NYPD gang unit detective when he was arrested in December 2019 for possessing a stolen $375,000 Rolls Royce Wraith in the borough, a source close to the hip-hop star said. The detective questioned Jackson about a non-fatal shooting in Canarsie in June 2019 because investigators said they had video of the rapper driving a car in reverse near the scene of the crime, the source said. They also asked him to provide information about members of Brooklyn’s 823 Crips, a subset of the notorious street gang, according to the source. But he refused to cooperate, his lawyer Peter Frankel said. “Any conversation with Pop about cooperation was a very short one. It’s something he would never entertain doing,” Frankel said. Jackson was...
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