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Mel B is not disputing what her former nanny claimed in her defamation lawsuit against the singer -- that Mel B, husband Stephen Belafonte and the then-nanny had 3-ways for 7 years ... but Mel B says the 2 of them crossed the line. Sources connected with the singer tell TMZ ... Belafonte hired Lorraine Gilles and then convinced both her and Mel B to have 3-ways, which they did over a period of 7 years. Mel B claims the deal was broken several years ago when Belafonte and Gilles had sex without her. According to Mel B sources, she claims sometimes they would have 3-ways, but other times Belafonte and Gilles would do it together without her knowledge. Our Mel B sources claim Belafonte convinced
DEAR ABBY: My husband decided to buy a house. I never wanted one and now I’m depressed. I am thankful that my husband provides for the family and puts a roof over our heads, but now that we are in our house, my days are spent doing chores, yard work, and cleaning, cleaning and cleaning. This is why I never wanted the responsibility of a house. I don’t have time for my family because I’m so busy maintaining this house I never wanted. I have been distant from my husband because I secretly despise him for putting me in this position when he knew it wasn’t what I wanted. Am I being selfish? - DON’T WANT THE RESPONSIBILITY DEAR DON’T: Selfish? No. Passive-aggressive, yes. The problem with passive
The notes were written to his fiancée, his daughter and a close prison friend.
Donald Trump's verbal prowess has often raised eyebrows among the public, with baffled linguists often in the uncomfortable situation to try to guess what he was trying to say on several occasions (the 'bigly' vs. 'big league' debate, anyone? So it doesn't exactly come as a surprise that AP's transcribers struggled to discern what the U.S. president was saying during an interview with White House correspondent Julie Pace. In the transcript of its Friday interview, AP found 16 (!) "unintelligible" instances, which is quite a compelling figure for a single interview. It isn't clear whether Trump mumbled nonexistent words or the recording was of poor quality. Here are a few examples: About the military About Syria About the press and the taxes What was the president trying to say? We're just as baffled as you probably are. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ [H/T Jezebel ] WATCH: Eric Trump is now a front-runner for the Most Oblivious Thing Ever Said About the Internet by Anyone, Anywhere
The singer and her adorable 9-year-old kids sat down with Ellen DeGeneres for a hilarious, childish interview.
Chick-fil-A is among the most successful fast-food chains in the US, and it's also one of the cheapest to open. Chick-fil-A is now the eighth-largest fast-food chain in the US by total sales, and it generates more revenue per restaurant than any other chain nationally, according to QSR. Despite its success, Chick-fil-A charges franchisees only $10,000 to open a new restaurant, and it doesn't require candidates meet a threshold for net worth or liquid assets, the company told Business Insider.