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Britney Spears's ex Kevin Federline is seeking $60K a month for child support - 3 times what he's getting now
K-Fed had been threatening to take his superstar ex to court to increase the $20,000 monthly child support payments he receives for their two sons, Sean Preston, 12, and Jayden James, 11, and after private negotiations failed, he has filed the legal papers.
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Tomi Lahren is reacting to a social media firestorm - that includes support from President Trump - by posting sexy selfies after a woman threw a drink at her in a Minneapolis restaurant. The Fox News pundit posted the images on Instagram stories Wednesday, which featured her wearing a hooded onesie with an American flag pattern, reportedly from Target. She also shared an Instagram still with the caption, “Sometimes you rise from the ashes. Other times, you create them. Be the whole fire. Thanks to #TeamTomi and @realdonaldtrump and even a few of my harshest critics for having my back. ...
That 30-Year-Old Man Still Living In His Parents' House Appeared On CNN And It Was Painfully Awkward
Rotondo's parents were left with no choice but to take their son to court on Tuesday after he repeatedly refused to move out of their house, and ignored five eviction notices from them over the course of three months, court documents showed. The judge ruled in favor of the parents on Tuesday and asked - nay, urged - Rotondo to leave his parents' house immediately. Rotondo reportedly left the court and returned to his parents' residence, and it does not appear he has moved out yet, - or has any ambition to leave of his own volition.
(CNN)An Australian woman has been sentenced to death by hanging after a Malaysian court overturned an earlier acquittal of drug smuggling charges. A three-judge panel unanimously threw out the previous ruling in 54-year-old Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto's case, her lawyers told CNN. The grandmother and mother of four was arrested in December 2014 while transiting through the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on a flight from Shanghai to Melbourne.
Thanks to two kids in swim class, I'm in the pool twice a week, which means that two out of every seven days, I put on an ill-fitting swimsuit that reminds me how uncomfortable I am with my body. I resigned myself to this setup - I've tried to find a swimsuit that covers my larger-than-usual boobs and both of my butt cheeks that isn't in the maternity section or styled for the previous generation and that doesn't cost half my salary, and let me tell you right now: it does not exist . But it soon will, thanks to a new mom who, like me, cringed at the thought of getting in a swimsuit . . . and she's a children's swimwear designer! Related: These Moms Talking About Swimsuits Will Have You Nodding So Hard Your Head Will Fall Off Danielle Estrada, founder of family-owned Olivia + Ocean , has found success at making adorable suits for kids but discovered the "universal" frustration her mom shoppers felt. She now hopes to reclaim the "mom swimsuit" label by creating a brand-new line of swimwear made especially for the needs of a postbaby body and the wants of the woman in it: to be comfortable and functional while still being sexy and empowering. "I think we can all relate to feeling a little lost when it comes to identifying with our changing body postbaby. This was challenging for me; you really have to relearn what works and makes you feel good," Danielle told POPSUGAR. "What makes it extra tough is no brand is designing suits with these needs as the priority . . . unless you count the cliché mom tankinis and the frumpy ruching." "No brand is designing suits with these needs as the priority . . . unless you count the cliché mom tankinis." The idea behind the suit came after a girls' trip to Mexico in which all of her friends had packed the exact same style of wrap dress. "It sparked a conversation about how this cut dress flatters every body type and makes everybody feel really beautiful and confident when they wear it," she said. "A light bulb went off in my head." The suit she developed follows that classic silhouette and has some seriously impressive features. The tie at the waist can easily open to facilitate poolside nursing, it's lined with high-compression premium lycra for lower tummy support (think of your most trusted pair of yoga pants), and hidden chest pockets hide additional padding you might need. As Danielle said, "Moms have been asked to conform their bodies to the swimsuits that are currently on the market." But that - and my twice-a-week reminder that my body isn't what it used to be - ends with the debut of her mom-bod suit line on Feb. 19 . "I'm really excited to solve that problem and get everyone feeling like themselves again." Until they go on sale, get a peek at what the suits look like ahead!
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A popular Brazilian model who documented her fight against cancer on social media has died. Nara Almeida regularly updated her 4.5 million followers about her treatment as she bravely battled stomach cancer. The 24-year-old blogger wrote inspiring posts and was praised online for showing the reality of life with cancer following her diagnosis in 2017. Nara sadly passed away at the Nove de Julho Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The news of her death was posted to Instagram by her boyfriend of two years, Pedro Rocha. He wrote: “Unfortunately Nara passed away last night, after so much fighting I wanted to have her forever, but she deserved to rest. “Her death leaves a huge space in my heart but she
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Strange notches on the F-35 raise questions about its first tastes of combat with Israel's air force
As reported yesterday, the Israeli Air Force F-35 stealth aircraft have had their baptism of fire taking part in air strike in the Middle East (Syria and another unspecified “front”) lately. “The Adir planes are already operational and flying in operational missions. We are the first in the world to use the F-35 in operational activity” the Israeli Air Force Commander, Maj. Gen. Amikam Norkin, said during a IAF conference attended by 20 commander of air forces from around the world. Interestingly, Norkin also presented an image showing an IAF F-35I over Beirut, Lebanon that was not released in first place but surfaced on social media on May 23. Here it is: The somehow blurry image is interesting