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    An actress who paid $100 for headshots over a decade ago found herself on the cover of an erotic novel after failing to read the terms of her contract.  Christian Demeritt, 38, from Miami, shared her wild story on TikTok, explaining that she had hired a photographer to take the professional shots after she graduated from college in 2010.  She was hoping to book work as an actress, but what she didn't anticipate was landing on the cover of Samantha Drake's sexy adult novel titled 'His Big Childhood Sweetheart.' 'Thinking about that one time I didn't read the fine print on my headshots contract and my photographer sold my pics to stock photo sites,' she captioned footage of herself looking dismayed.  Christian Demeritt, 38, from Miami, went viral on TikTok after detailing how one of her professional headshots ended up on the cover of an erotic novel  Demeritt is pictured smiling next to a hunky man on the cover of Samantha Drake's sexy adult novel 'His Big Childhood Sweetheart' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    On fire, she gives them a final slap in the face: "You all stepped out of line, you should be ashamed. There's nothing loving, there's nothing 'let's unite and include' because the logical conclusion of that is you end up in diabolical evil. There are boundaries, and you don't slap family-friendly titles on stuff to cover your ass."Mayer warns parents on Tucker Carlson's showMayer appeared Thursday on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" and told the host that this kind of thing is coming to every school across America — so parents everywhere need to be ready to stand against it. "I wanna make it really clear that this is not an isolated incident. This is coming to every school across the nation," she told Carlson. "And if you think that it’s just gonna stay in California, you’re dead wrong. This is coming everywhere, and it’s why we stood up, and we said we're gonna nip this in the bud, we’re not going to play by the rules that we're supposed to be afraid, that we're gonna be punished if...
    DENNY HAMLIN and William Byron aren't the best of friends after Sunday's race. The two drivers clashed during a chaotic NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at the Texas Motor Speedway that saw a course-record seventeen cautions as well as a red flag. 3Denny Hamlin was spun off by William Byron with the race under cautionCredit: Twitter/NASCAR 3Denny Hamlin tried to get his own back after being spun off by William ByronCredit: Twitter/NASCAR It all started when Byron made contact with the wall after Hamlin allegedly hit him coming out of a corner. Per NASCAR, Byron explained post-race: "I felt like he ran me out of race track off of (Turn) 2 and had really hard contact with the wall. "Felt like the toe link was definitely bent, luckily not fully broken. We were able to continue. "A lot of times that kind of damage is going to ruin your race, especially that hard. I totally understand running somebody close and making a little bit of contact, but that was pretty massive." Byron looked to get his own back later when,...
    Greg Amsinger’s first year hosting MLB Network’s coverage of the league’s draft lacked suspense, at least in the terms of the No. 1 pick. That isn’t the case with what the Orioles will do in that spot this year. In 2009, San Diego State right-hander Stephen Strasburg was the top player available by a hefty margin, and the Washington Nationals selected him first overall in a move that shocked no one. But there’s no guarantee the same will be true after the Orioles make their second No. 1 pick in four years Sunday. There’s a player viewed as the best of the draft class in Georgia high school outfielder Druw Jones, the son of five time All-Star Andruw Jones, but he’s not necessarily viewed as a runaway talent relative to the others. Jones is likely among the group of five players the Orioles are considering for the top pick, with the others believed to be Oklahoma high school shortstop Jackson Holliday, Georgia high school infielder Termarr Johnson, Florida high school outfielder Elijah Green and Cal Poly shortstop Brooks Lee. The...
    Olivia Rodrigo called out the Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn Roe v. Wade during her performance at the Glastonbury Festival in the UK. Rodrigo, 19, name-checked the five conservatives who stripped away women’s constitutional protections for abortion before issuing them a message of: 'F**k you.' 'This song goes out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Brett Kavanaugh,' Rodrigo told Saturday's crowd as she welcomed British pop star Lily Allen to the stage. Allen, 37, joined Rodrigo to perform her 2009 hit F**k You in response to the high court's controversial ruling. The overturning of Roe, which has caused uproar across the U.S., means that individual states now have the power to decide on whether to ban abortion. The Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research group, has said that 26 states are 'certain or likely' to ban the procedure.  Abortion was outlawed in 18 states as soon as Roe was overturned, thanks to specially-devised 'trigger laws' and historic bans that were automatically reenacted after Friday's ruling. Saddened: Olivia took to The Other Stage at Worthy Farm where she said she...
    Police bodycam footage captured the moment a Florida officer apprehended a jet ski thief, who could not swim.  On Sunday a sergeant from the Volusia Sheriff's Office assisted the Ormond Beach Police Department after they got a call about someone stealing a jet ski in the Halifax river, which is part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway on Florida's east coast. Police say 48-year-old Ronald Williams tried to steal the jet ski and was unable to start it.  Williams ended up floating away into the middle of the waterway.  Scroll Down For Video:   Bodycam footage shows a sergeant approach a family who agree to let him and a fellow officer borrow their boat to catch the thief The sergeant tells the thief who is stranded to put his hands up and instructs him to 'come over here!' while aiming his gun at him Williams reveals he cant swim to which the other officer driving the boat remarks: 'So you're gonna take a jet ski but you don't know how to swim' The footage shows a sergeant approach a family who was about to head...
    A mother with more than 800 tattoos - including multiple ink designs on her face - has fired back at critics who assume she's a 'bad mom' because of all her body art. Valerie Watson, 34, a painter from San Diego, California, has covered 78 per cent of her body with tattoos.  She got her first one at the age of 14, and has gone on to get hundreds more over the years - spending thousands of dollars in the process. They now cover almost her entire body and are present on her legs, stomach, back, arms, and face. She has no plans on stopping any time soon and is determined to cover her entire body with tats - estimating that it will cost her $50,000 more to finish the job. A mother with more than 800 tattoos - including multiple ink designs on her face - has fired back at critics who assume she's a 'bad mom' because of all her body art Valerie Watson, 34, a painter from San Diego, California, has covered 78 per cent of her...
    Naked and Afraid featured its first ever transgender woman in Sunday nights episode - who competed on the series with 'breasts and male genitalia.' The Discovery Channel survival show - which is in the midst of its 13th season - features two strangers, usually a man and a woman, stranded together in the wild with no food, water, supplies, or clothes. Each episode follows their adventure as they try to make shelter, start fire, find stuff to eat and drink, keep warm, fend off animals, and survive the conditions for 21-days - all while being completely naked.  A woman named Terra, 37, from Florida, made history in its newest episode when she became the first transgender woman to compete on the show. Terra was assigned the male gender at birth, but began transitioning to female four years ago. Naked and Afraid featured its first ever transgender woman in Sunday nights episode - who competed on the series with 'breasts and male genitalia' The Discovery Channel survival show - which is in the midst of its 13th season - features two strangers stranded...
    The FBI and North Carolina investigators unloaded bomb-seeking robots as they inspected the home of a President Donald Trump supporter who threatened the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill with a fake bomb. Floyd Ray Roseberry, 49, drove his black pick-up truck onto the sidewalk outside the Library of Congress, opposite the Capitol building on Thursday, and demanded to speak to President Joe Biden. Roseberry called 911, reporting that he had a 'tannerite bomb', and livestreamed his five-hour standoff with United States Capitol Police on Facebook before he ultimately surrendered shortly before 2:30pm. Cops searched Roseberry's truck and said that while they did not find a bomb, they did collect possible bomb-making materials and a propane gas container, officials said.  Roseberry is scheduled to go before a federal judge this afternoon, where charges against him  are expected to be announced, said William Miller, a spokesman for the US Attorney's Office.  Authorities were seen going through the man's home in Grover,  about 60 miles west of Charlotte on Friday.  The FBI and North Carolina State Bureau o Investigation sent their bomb squads to inspect the home of...
    What did the teacher say? The clip — which appeared to be a Q&A session on a variety of topics — began with Lehi High School chemistry teacher Leah Kinyon speaking about COVID-19 vaccines, the station said. "I would be super proud of you if you chose to get the vaccine," the unmasked Kinyon told her students before adding, "We'll just keep getting variants over and over and over until people get vaccinated. It's never going to end. ... It could end in five seconds if people would get vaccinated." Her attention was then turned toward Trump. "I hate Donald Trump," an animated Kinyon told her students. "I'm going to say it. I don't care what y'all think — Trump sucks. He's a sexual predator. He's a literal moron." She soon appeared to dare a student to "tattle on me to the freakin' admin; they don't give a crap." Image source: Facebook video screenshot via Cody Madsen Seconds later, Kinyon told students to "turn off the Fox News" before...
    U.S. Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, from left, Washington Metropolitan Police Department officer Michael Fanone, Washington Metropolitan Police Department officer Daniel Hodges and U.S. Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn testify before the House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The inaugural hearing of the congressional investigation into Jan. 6 kicked off with a palpable display of anguish from four officers who worked to hold the line that day as pro-Trump supporters sought to storm the Capitol and overthrow the U.S. government.  "Terrorists" was the word several officers invoked to describe the perpetrators of the Jan. 6 insurrection, and the four officers left no doubt about who incited them to action: Donald Trump. "All of them—all of them were telling us Trump sent us," testified Sgt. Aquilino Gonell of the U.S. Capitol Police. "Nobody else—there was nobody else. It was not antifa, it was not Black Lives Matter, it was not the FBI. It was his supporters that he sent them over to the Capitol that day." The vivid testimony left no doubt...
    One of the real singers behind Milli Vanilli, John Davis, has died from Covid-19 aged 66. The musician provided the vocals for the late 1980s R&B group which was fronted by Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus. Davis's daughter Jasmin said in a Facebook post: 'Unfortunately my dad passed away this evening through the coronavirus.  One of the real singers behind Milli Vanilli, John Davis (right, pictured with Fabrice Morvan) has died from Covid-19 aged 66 The musician provided the vocals for the late 1980s R&B group which was fronted by Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus (pictured) 'He made a lot of people happy with his laughter and smile, his happy spirit, love and especially through his music.  'He gave so much to the world! Please give him the last round of applause. We will miss him dearly.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next D-Day hero, 95, dies before he can marry his wartime... Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory's nephew, 20, was killed in... Share this article Share Davis sang on the...
    A disturbing video purportedly shows a young boy beating up his bully, with his own mother encouraging him along the way. It's unclear when the video was first shot or where the incident took place. The clip first appeared on WorldStar on Friday.  In the video, two boys who look to be of middle school age can be seen brawling under the awning of a strip mall, in front of a business. At least one person is urging a kid named Felix to beat up his counterpart as the camera closes in. It's not clear which kid is Felix. 'Yeah, cause everyday y'all ... f*** with my son,' the mother behind the camera says. 'Every day, y'all not gonna f*** with my son. None of y'all! F*** you talkin' 'bout. WARNING: EXPLICIT VIDEO  World Star Privacy Policy This child appeared to be the victim of a beatdown by another kid in a viral video The child in the black shirt was beating him up, seemingly at the goading of his mother The mother complains in the background...
    The commuter who was slashed across the face in a random attack on a Manhattan subway train has spoken out, as the NYPD continue the hunt for his assailant. Noel Quintana, 61, was on his way to work in Harlem on Wednesday when the unknown attacker kicked his bag and then whipped out a box cutter and slashed him across the face from ear to ear. 'I was scared because I thought I was gonna die and nobody helped me,' Quintana told WABC-TV of the attack. Despite the shocking attack and a recent spate of subway pushing incidents in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio insists that the transit system is safer than ever.   Noel Quintana, 61, was on his way to work in Harlem on Wednesday when the unknown attacker kicked his bag and then whipped out a box cutter and slashed him across the face The NYPD is seeking the attacker, who was wearing a Louis Vuitton face mask and fled the L Train at the 1st Avenue stop on 14th Street  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    CBS Some of the Big Brother 22 houseguests A lot of Big Brother fans had a few issues with the cast of all-stars, saying that while some of the people were definitely all-star-caliber players, several of them were not. And the fans were not alone, apparently. A couple of all-stars from this summer were disappointed to see him in the house over other players. Read on to find out what they said.Janelle Pierzina Thought David Was a Waste of TimeFULL Janelle/Beau Iconic IG LIVE #bb222020-11-14T02:38:19Z In an Instagram video with her Big Brother best friend, Janelle Pierzina talked with Beau Beasley about how frustrating it was to be in the house with someone who had no idea how the game was played — and made no effort to learn. When she saw the final cast list, she was “very disappointed.” “I was very disappointed! I was disappointed, I wanted to see Kaycee [Clark] in there, I wanted to see Josh [Martinez], I wanted to see Paul [Abrahamian], I wanted to see Derrick [Levasseur]. I wanted to see all...
    A massive sinkhole with a glowing green, slime-like liquid seeping out was spotted in in Toronto on Friday. The unexpected occurrence happened on Hastings Avenue near Gerrard Street East.  Photos shared by Richard Southern of 680News showed the green water, reminiscent of 'Flubber' and the ghouls from 'Ghostbusters, oozing out of the cracked concrete in the middle of a residential street.  Green water was seen floating inside a large Tornto, Canada, sinkhole on Friday (pictured) The sinkhole was found Hastings Avenue near Gerrard Street East, a residential area in Toronto, Canada Toronto Water: 'In order to determine if the sinkhole is connected to the underlying sewer, a dye test was conducted using a green non-toxic dye, which is added to the sinkhole while monitoring the closest manhole downstream to look for traces of the dye in the sewer' Neighbors shouldn't worry about surprising sight because it's actually a common procedure, city officials said. 'Toronto Water staff inspected the sinkhole yesterday evening. Sinkholes can be the result of a damaged or collapsed sewer,' a spokesperson told 680News. 'In order to...
    President Donald Trump brought a pair of headline-making high school football players to the stage during his rally Monday night in Swanton, Ohio. Jarad Bentley and Brady Williams were suspended, then reinstated to the football team at Little Miami High School after carrying a thin blue line flag honoring police and a thin red line flag honoring firefighters onto the football field on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. “I’m joined tonight by two high school football players,” Trump said Monday night. “They became very famous. They became more famous than President Trump. They were beautiful. I watched them running through the crowds with those flags.” WATCH: “Come up here fellas, come up here,” Trump said as the crowd cheered. “Secret Service is thrilled about this,” he joked. “I want to congratulate you,” he told the boys after they came up. “You’ve become famous. They’re gonna go to Hollywood, they’re gonna become movie actors right now.” After the students left the stage, the crowd boisterously chanted, “USA! USA! USA!” (RELATED: Candace Owens: Violence Against Police ‘A Natural Progression...
    An international battle of the bums is taking place on Twitter — with museums around the world claiming to have the art with the best bottoms. The challenge was laid down by the Yorkshire Museum in late June. “IT’S TIME FOR #CURATORBATTLE! Today’s theme is #BestMuseumBum! This cracking Roman marble statuette depicts an athlete at the peak of fitness! It may have decorated the town house of one of Eboracum’s wealthier residents. Has someone taken a bite out of this? BEAT THAT!” the museum tweeted. Since then, museums around the world have weighed in on the battle of the butts.“We raise your athlete and instead give you the bum of a drunken fish. Yes you heard me. Made by Pamela Mei Yee Leung, it was part of a body of work which married animals and humans together to create mythological creatures with personalities. #BestMuseumBum #CuratorBattle,” The York Art Gallery tweeted. The more austere The Victoria and Albert Museum, not surprisingly, chose a more staid bum, tweeting: “Get a load of this (peach emoji). Whilst the cast of Michelangelo’s David...
    President Donald Trump was caught on speakerphone asking for assurance from a top GOP lawmaker that a Virginia military base would remain named for Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.   The New York Times obtained audio of a Wednesday night call between Trump and Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe, as the Oklahoma Republican put a conversation with the president on speaker as he dined at a Capitol Hill restaurant.  'We're gonna keep the name of Robert E. Lee?' Trump asked Inhofe, who despite the speaker function had his ear pressed to the phone.  'Just trust me, I'll make it happen,' Inhofe replied.  President Donald Trump was caught on speakerphone Wednesday night conversing with Sen. Jim Inhofe who was eating at a Capitol Hill restaurant. Trump was asking for assurance from Inhofe that a military base would remain named after Robert E. Lee  Sen. Jim Inhofe told President Donald Trump that he would 'make it happen,' though it's still unclear if Inhofe, a conferee during Conference Committee discussions, would be able to strip the amendment out of the Defense...
    An energy company CEO chased down and pulled a gun on a Hispanic man telling him 'I want to blow your f***** head off', after he got lost and pulled up to the wrong home while trying to find his friend's wedding rehearsal. Paul Favret, CEO of Resource Energy, allegedly held Chris Ochoa, 26, and his girlfriend at gunpoint when the young couple took a wrong turn and ended up in the wealthy neighborhood of Elk Ridge Estates in Sedalia, Colorado, back on June 12.  Ochoa told police that 'as a minority I felt in danger' and feared for his life as Favret pointed a gun at him during the sudden ambush.  Favret initially denied drawing his firearm to cops but then changed his story when he was shown photos of the incident, saying he could not remember pulling a gun on the couple because he was on pain medication. An energy company CEO chased down and pulled a gun on a Hispanic man telling him 'I want to blow your f***** head off', after he got lost and...
    This is the terrifying moment an enraged Texas man opened fire on a car and shouted 'you're gonna end up f******g dead.'   Motorist Charles Landers, 50, claims he was looking for a fishing spot in Grayson County when gunman Michael Truelock, also 50, stopped his vehicle and began to verbally attack him. In the video Landers can be heard saying: 'I didn't know this was your house.' Truelock replied: 'Yeah, you f******g did too.' He then appears to point his firearm through the window and says: 'You're gonna end up f******g dead. That's what's fixin' to happen to you.' Landers desperately tried to drive away as Truelock (pictured) moved his gun further into the car window and said: 'You don't think I won't put it in your f******g head. You ain't driving nowhere you're in my f******g driveway motherf****r.' The central pillar of Landers' Kia behind the driver's seat with a bullet hole left by Truelock as he sped away Landers desperately tried to drive away as Truelock moved his gun further into the car window and...
    Halsey hit back and said no one was going to kill her based on her “skin color” when reportedly called out for not embracing her “black side” following George Floyd’s death. “I’m white passing.” the 25-year-old biracial pop singer replied to the now deleted post about her not embracing her “black side,” according to Teen Vogue in a piece published Thursday. “It’s not my place to say ‘we.'”(RELATED: Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct On Fire After Officers Evacuate Building Amid George Floyd Riots)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by halsey (@iamhalsey) on Feb 27, 2020 at 2:18pm PST “It’s my place to help,” she added. “I am in pain for my family, but nobody is gonna kill me based on my skin color.” (RELATED: Pearl Jam Postpones North American Tour Over Growing Coronavirus Concerns) im white passing. it’s not my place to say “we”. it’s my place to help. i am in pain for my family, but nobody is gonna kill me based on my skin color. I’ve always been proud of who I am but...
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