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    A LITTLE girl legally changed her sweet name to stop her cruel classmates barking orders at her. The six-year-old, from Goettingen, Lower Saxony, Germany, was relentlessly ridiculed by youngsters at school. 2The six-year-old begged to change her name after being bullied by her classmatesCredit: Getty 2The girl was baptised as Alexa shortly before the Amazon device became popularCredit: Newsflash Her parents baptised their daughter Alexa - just before Amazon's popular device boomed in the tech market. As the virtual voice assistant's popularity grew, her namesake paid the price on the playground. Little Alexa was mercilessly mocked by her schoolmates, who barked orders at her constantly. The German schoolgirl grew weary of the incessant teasing, leaving her parents desperately trying to change her name. More world newsSICK BID Porsche driving thug 'used pics of dying cops he taunted in £1.3m insurance claim'SHOW OF FAITH Muslims seen covered in blood as they gash themselves with swords at festival The couple applied to city officials in Goettingen to officially change her name in hopes of putting an end...
    EX-GOLFER Paige Spiranac has revealed the extent of the bullying she suffered as a child. Spiranac, 29, has been named as Maxim's "Sexiest Woman Alive" in their 2022 list. 4Paige Spiranac has been named as the world's sexiest woman by MaximCredit: Instagram / @_paige_renee 4But the social media star and former golf pro has revealed she was bullied as a childCredit: Instagram / @_paige_renee 4Paige had a scalp condition that made her hair fall outCredit: Instagram / @_paige_renee But the former golf pro has revealed how growing up she was a social pariah due to being asthmatic and suffering from a scalp condition. The latter made her hair fall out and as such she was bullied mercilessly by her classmates. She revealed to Maxim: "Kids bullied me for [the hair condition]. I got into gymnastics, which is highly competitive. "The girls were vicious. They would spit in my drink. Read More On The SunUNDER THE RADAR Fugitive murder suspect could be in disguise & have burner phone, PI saysLAST FIGHT Inside argument between Nipsey Hussle & his...
    A Christian art student is suing a college in Illinois for slapping her with a no contact order against three of her classmates because they complained about her conservative views.  Maggie R. Dejong was a student at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She graduated earlier this year.  A 'devout' Christian, she often shared her religious beliefs on social media and was even challenged by her classmates about them.  Dejong claims in a lawsuit the school was determined to squash her views because they differed from the liberal teachers and classmates who said she made them feel unsafe.  She ended up being hit with a no contact order for three of her classmates who are not named in the lawsuit, but who submitted screenshots of her Instagram posts to the school.  Now, Dejong is suing the school. In a lawsuit obtained by DailyMail.com, she tells of how she was singled out in class as the only conservative student.  On one occasion, a classmate privately messaged her on Instagram after she uploaded a post about her religion.  Maggie R. Dejong was a student...
    A FOURTH-grader has recalled how she survived the Texas school shooting by smearing blood on herself to pretend to be dead. Miah Cerrillo, 11, witnessed her teachers and classmates be shot dead by gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, at Robb Elementary in Uvalde on Tuesday. 8Miah Cerrillo, 11, survived the Robb Elementary shooting by smearing blood on herself to pretend to be dead, according to her familyCredit: Click2Houston 8Nevaeh Bravo, one of the victims of the mass shooting Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social mediaCredit: Reuters 8Robb Elementary school shooting victim Rojelio TorresCredit: Handout 8This undated handout photo provided by Siria Arizmendi shows her niece, Eliahna García, 10. García is among those killed in TuesdayCredit: AP Her aunt Blanca Rivera told Click 2 Houston that Miah "saw her friend full of blood, and she got blood and put it on herself." Miah was reportedly injured and had bullet fragments in her back, but has been released from the hospital. However, her aunt says Miah is struggling to cope with the...
    A Michigan mother has been arrested after her six-year-old child took a package of homemade THC-infused edibles, packed in a Life Savers Gummies bag, and shared it with a handful of classmates who became so sick, they had to be hospitalized.  Melinda A. Gaticia was arraigned in Genesee County District Court on Wednesday where she plead not guilty to the one count of felony second-degree child abuse. The felony charge comes after several students fell ill after ingesting the edibles at Edgerton Elementary School in Clio on Friday. At least four students were taken to the hospital, but have since been released and were back at school on Tuesday, officials said.    Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton said the homemade edibles were packed into a Life Savers Gummies bag and left out at home, where the child found them, and took them school. Each edible had up to 30 milligrams of THC oil. 'We understand that mom probably just made a mistake here,' he said. 'Nobody's saying she's a criminal. She made a mistake, but it's a mistake that has caused...
    PORSHA Williams admits she thought about killing herself as a child after being bullied by a classmate. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star her suicidal thoughts date back to middle school, when a fellow student bullied her about her body. 5Porsha Williams has written a memoir of her lifeCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5In her new book, Porsha reveals she thought about killing herself as a childCredit: porsha4real/Instagram Porsha, 40, reveals her thoughts of suicide, how she survived several abusive relationships, and her lifelong struggle with depression, in her new memoir The Pursuit of Porsha, available November 30. In an interview with PEOPLE ahead of the book, the reality star admitted at the time: "I was too young to even understand what I was dealing with. "It wasn't until I was about 29 that I really identified with the word 'depression.'" Her mother sent her to therapy, but she only went to a few sessions. "I developed different skills to survive," she says. "Like speaking positively to myself and not focusing in on all of the negative." Porsha, who is mom to...
    JENELLE Evans' son Jace's classmates have started watching and commenting on her TikTok clips. Teen Mom 2 fans noticed that the 11-year-old's school friends were leaving comments on her videos after she revealed that Jace set fire to her mom Barbara's house. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 8Jenelle Evans' son Jace's classmates have started commenting on her TikToksCredit: TikTok One classmate commented under a video Jenelle shared of a rash on her arm, which she asked her followers to help her diagnose. "Hey I go to school with have [sic] you can tell him to respond to his text," they wrote. The MTV star said, "He's grounded," to which they replied: "Oh sorry, by the way I love your videos." Another commented saying, "You're the coolest mom," while a third posted: "Omg I love this lol." 8The 11-year-old's friends have started watching her videosCredit: MTV It comes after Jenelle revealed that sons Jace, 11, and Kaiser, six, both have behavioral issues. Earlier this month, The Sun exclusively revealed that Jenelle had filed for sole custody...
    Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images Gwendoline Christie, Laura Dern, Daisy Ridley and Kelly Marie Tran during the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' photocall at Corinthia Hotel London on December 13, 2017 in London, England. One of the major female actresses associated with the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy has revealed a secret from her past. In an interview with Kelly Clarkson, this actress came clean about the time she told a major lie to get attention at school. Despite her claims at the time, the future “Star Wars” star never appeared in the “Harry Potter” films. However, she did try to get many people in her school to believe that lie. Get the details on how she finally came clean on national television below, along with an update about what she’s been up to since “The Rise of Skywalker“.Daisy Ridley Lied to Her Classmates About Appearing in the “Harry Potter” FilmsDaisy Ridley Convinced Classmates She Was In 'Harry Potter'"Chaos Walking" star Daisy Ridley is a huge Harry Potter fan. She admits to Kelly that she pulled a trick on her...
    A 12-year-old girl is facing criminal charges after bringing stun guns into school to sell to her classmates, police say.  A staff member at Coleman Middle School heard the student had a stun gun on campus Friday.  When the school's resource officer took her out of class, she admitted to buying five of the weapons online and bringing them in to sell to other students, according to Tampa police.   A staff member at Coleman Middle School heard the student had a stun gun on campus Friday The girl admitted to selling three of the guns on Thursday and had two of them in her possession when she was confronted, it is claimed.  She was charged with possession of a weapon at a school and taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center, reports Fox 13.   The cost of the Vipertek models owned by the student start from around $9.99 on Amazon.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Washington Senate votes to ban open carry of firearms at... El Chapo's beauty queen wife 'turned HERSELF in to...
    Christopher Furlong/Getty Images A middle-schooler was arrested Friday for selling stun guns to her classmates. The student admitted to purchasing five stun guns online to sell them to other students. The 12-year-old has been charged with possession of a weapon on school property. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A 12-year-old middle school student was arrested Friday for selling stun guns to her classmates. Police say a staff member at Coleman Middle School alerted the administration that students were reporting Reese Cash had a stun-gun on campus. When investigators arrived, two black Vipertek stun-guns were in her possession.  Cash admitted to purchasing five electric stun-guns online and brought them to school to sell to other students, according to a statement from Tampa Bay police. Authorities say she also admitted to selling three stun-guns the day before she was caught. Cash was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center and has been charged with possession of a weapon on school property.  Possessing or discharging weapons or firearms at a school-sponsored event or on school property is prohibited in Florida, according...
    A professor in California has been put on leave after video showed him berating a hard-of-hearing student for not paying attention during a Zoom class. Michael Abram, a tenured professor with 20 years of experience with the Ventura Community College District is seen on a TikTok clip lambasting the girl.  After the video went viral on Friday, the district's Vice Chancellor of Human Resources Laura Lizaola Barroso said that Abram was placed on leave, the VC Star reports.   'Why didn't you answer all the times I spoke to you then? You know, thank you. Thank you. Why don't we talk sometimes—why don't you email me?' Abrams asked. 'We'll set up a live zoom and we're going to have some real communication at some point and time. Maybe you can have your counselor join us? Okay? Do you hear me? Okay, wonderful, do that.'  In the clip, a Ventura College professor lambasts the student for not paying attention in class As the student tries to diffuse the situation with the professor, her classmates jump to her defense and inform the educator on her...
    A woman who found her grandma's 1949 yearbook was left in hysterics after one of her 'iconic' classmates left a rather amusing note.   Deb Duncan, from Chicago, took to Twitter and shared an old photograph of a woman from the yearbook and penned: 'Pat was...built differently.' While many of Pat's classmates wrote about wanting to spend their future making their husbands happy, Pat had a rather different future goal and penned: 'If I only knew where I was to die, I'd never go near the place.'  And it wasn't long before social media users took to the comments section to praise Pat for her very witty remark,  'They're like "I wanna be a homemaker", which I mean, valid. But my girl Pat is like "I WISH TO PURSUE IMMORTALITY" and I love that for her,' wrote one, while a second penned: 'Pat is ready to challenge death to a duel and i respect that.' Deb Duncan, from the US, took to Twitter and shared an old photograph of her grandma's yearbook from 1949. Pictured, Pat The...
    A woman who was teased by classmates at school about her weight has revealed how the same boys who taunted her now want to date her - after she shed almost half of her body weight.  Jackie Campbell, a stay-at-home mum, 26, from Texas was dubbed a 'whale' by her classmates and struggled with her weight througout her teenage years and twenties.  After hitting the scales at 260lbs (18st 8lbs), she made the decision to have gastric sleeve surgery and has now lost 126lbs (9st).     Jackie says she's had a lifelong addiction to food that saw her weigh seven stone by the time she was eight-years-old, leading doctors to put her on a diet in spite of her young age.  Scroll down for video Jackie Campbell, a stay-at-home mum, 26, from Texas was dubbed a 'whale' and 'earthquake' by her classmates - and weighed seven stone by the time she was just eight, which saw doctors put her on a diet  As she looks today after having gastric sleeve surgery in 2017; after tipping the scales at 18st...
    A COVID-denier mom who claim masks are 'child abuse' threw a 250-person homecoming party for her teenage daughter and her classmates because she didn't want them to miss out on the experience just because of COVID.  Beth Knight told The Daily Beast that she and other parents decided to take matters into their own hands after their kids' school, Ola High School, canceled the homecoming dance in McDonough, Georgia.  They rented a venue, hired a DJ and sold tickets to pay for the cost. Three hundred kids were invited and 250 turned up, she said.   The event was nine days ago and Knight insists that none of the kids have since shown any symptoms of illness.   The kids attended the party, organized by mom Beth Knight, despite the school warning them not to have an event. They are shown in photos they shared on social media before the party The homecoming king and queen posing in their crowns before the event. The 'king' said he 'didn't go to the dance' on social media - some kids' parents stopped...
    A woman who claims to be Ivanka Trump's former 'best friend' says one of her earliest memories of her is her blaming a fart on someone else.   Lysandra Ohrstrom, a 38-year-old journalist who writes for The Observer and Huffington Post, attended Chapin, an all-girls private school on the Upper East Side, with Ivanka as a teenager. She also stood in her 2009 wedding to Jared Kushner as one of two 'maids of honor'.  She says the pair were close until immediately after the wedding and that their friendship fractured because Ivanka did not take enough interest in her new job. Since then, she says, the pair have had a distant but polite friendship. She says has watched for years while Ivanka defended her father.  Now Lysandra, who voted for Biden in the recent election, is speaking out, saying it is time to lift the veil on who her former friend really is.   On Tuesday, she wrote: 'One of the earliest memories I have of Ivanka from before we were friends is when she blamed a fart on a classmate.'  She also alleges,...
    The mother of a 16-year-old boy who fatally shot two of his classmates and wounded three others before killing himself at a Los Angeles area high school last year will not be prosecuted for failing to safeguard the firearm. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has declined to file charges against Mami Matsuura-Berhow, the mother of teen gunman Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow. On November 14 of last year, Nathaniel pulled a gun out of his backpack and opened fire in the quad of Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, about 40 miles outside of Los Angeles. Surveillance video captured the attacker pulling a .45-caliber semi-automatic pistol from his backpack, firing at his five classmates and then shooting himself in the head with the final bullet. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has declined to pursue charges against Mami Matsuura-Berhow (top circle left), the mother of Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow (right), the 16-year-old Saugus High School student who carried out a shooting that killed two classmates last year and wounded three others. Nathaniel fatally turned gun on himself  Gracie...
    A college student has gone viral after sharing a TikTok of her male classmates repeatedly interrupting her, explaining that it is 'live footage of being a woman in STEM.' Claire McDonnell, 22, is one of four women among almost 60 men in a graduate science and finance program at the University of Iowa,' according to BuzzFeed News. She told the publication that her video is just one example of the sexism that women face in the department as well as the male-dominated field as a whole.  'This happens on a daily basis,' she said. 'There would be an assignment we [the other women in the program] would help other classmates with, and they would take credit for it.' Outrage: Claire McDonnell, 22, shared a TikTok video of her male classmates repeatedly interrupting her during a group call about a project earlier this week  She added: 'If we present an idea, whether it's theoretical or any type of opinion, it's always like they're very hesitant to believe it.  'And if they do believe it, then they take the credit like, "I already knew that,"...
    The family of a Black college student is calling for action after they say their daughter was a victim of a so-called "swatting" incident at her dorm at the campus of Stephen F. Austin University in Texas. Christin Evans, 17, said she woke up around 3 a.m. on September 14 as armed officers appeared in her room, CBS affiliate KHOU-TV reported. Evans, a freshman at the university, alleges her three roommates and seven other girls — who she said were mostly White and older than Evans — falsely accused her of threatening to stab someone with scissors, and police were called. KHOU-TV noted that Evans has been cleared of any wrongdoing.  Evans said it's now hard for her to be on campus. "I was looking forward to making friends and having a good time on the cheer team. But since this happened, it's made it really really really hard ... I'm just taking it one day at a time," she said at a press conference Monday. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox The university police department tweeted that...
    Controversial new Harry and Meghan biography Finding Freedom was finally released today and unleashed a new wave of revelations about the Sussexes' strained relationship with the Royal family and Megxit. But eyebrows have been raised by the fullsome praise heaped on the couple in the book by both the authors and an army of unnamed friends and sources. Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand provide very detailed accounts of the couples' intimate moments and inner thoughts - but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claim they were not interviewed and did not contribute to the book. Scobie said today that while they did not interview the couple, 'many' friends gave them insights - providing 'a lens to the couple through their friends and their circle of aides'. Palace insiders have described the book as 'score settling' after Harry and Meghan left the Royal Family for a life in Los Angeles - after suddenly announcing their intentions in January in a move that left The Queen 'hurt'. Among the passages in the book brimming with praise are: ‘Theirs was a love...
    Hollywood star Cate Blanchett, who is married to playwright Andrew Upton, says she was mistaken for actress-model Kate Upton because of her marital surname. Blanchett, who is mother of Dashiel, 18, Roman, 16, Ignatius, 12, and five-year-old Edith was mistaken for Kate, when her sons went to secondary school because their fellow students thought she was the model, reports femalefirst.co.uk. “A fun thing happened when my boys started at their all boys’ school. Their surname is Upton so I’m down on the register as Cate Upton. Stateless: Cate Blanchett Reacts to the Criticism at Her Detention Drama on Netflix for Casting White People As Refugees “Now, there’s another Kate Upton who is a rather attractive young swimsuit model and the boys at my son’s school asked, ‘Wait… is your mum Kate Upton?’ They said, ‘Yeah’,” Blanchett told OK! magazine. She added: “And so, when I showed up on the first day to pick them up, I could see the utter disappointment on those 12-year-old boys’ faces. I thought, ‘What have I done?’ The disgust and disappointment was incredibly real! They...
    Like so many students this year, the seniors at Minarets High School missed out on traditional graduation - but they got a unique surprise from a fellow classmate. "I have such a huge passion for community and so it was like, what can I do for my community for my fellow seniors that would sort of count as community service, but just to make the world a little brighter and a little happier?" said Rebecca Townsend. The senior "stampeded" the homes of fellow classmates, decorating them with wooden mustangs, the school's mascot.Rebecca said she got the idea during her time as a gymnast when they did a fundraiser called "flocking," where they'd put plastic flamingos in someone's yard. "So I was like, what if we took mustangs instead of flamingos and put them in everybody's lawn, not as a fundraiser, but just to celebrate everyone," she said."And we stampeded everywhere from Clovis, Fresno, Madera, Raymond, Oakhurst, Indian Lakes. And we were driving everywhere."Townsend and her mother Michelle used 20 wooden mustangs and a sign that they'd place at the home...
    Kylie Jean Kirkpatrick, 43, made headlines in 2019 when she said her son paid $78.80 to the Napa Valley Unified School District Food Services Department A California mother who claimed her nine-year-old son paid off his classmates' lunch at his elementary school is said to have fabricated much of the viral story, according to local investigators.  Kylie Jean Kirkpatrick, 43, made national headlines in 2019 when she claimed that her son paid $78.80 from his savings to the Napa Valley Unified School District Food Services Department to pay off the outstanding lunch debt at his school, West Park Elementary. The money actually came from crowdfunding efforts made through GoFundMe and Venmo, according to court documents, the Napa Valley Register reports. Through those efforts, the family raised $150. 'After making the payment, Kirkpatrick created a false narrative that her 9-year-old son had used his savings money to pay for the debt,' Napa Police investigator Darlene Elia said in a statement.  'Kirkpatrick actively sought out the media via email by sending them pictures of her son holding the payment receipt and providing...
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