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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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Michael Rotondo, of Camillus, New York, had been living rent-free in his parents' Syracuse-area home for eight years when a State Supreme Court judge ruled on Tuesday in his parents’ favor, ordering him to move out. Rotondo, who plans to appeal the decision, said he stopped speaking to his parents when they "alluded" to wanting him to leave the house in October, just one month after he lost custody and visitation rights of his son. "My parents alluded to the fact that they no longer wanted me living in the house, and I was devastated from the loss, and not seeing my son anymore," Rotondo said.
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Videos and photos captured a bald eagle attempting to snatch a rabbit from a young red fox as they battled it out 20 feet in the air in what a photographer called a “dramatic act of thievery.” The dramatic sight at San Juan Island National Historic Park, in Washington State, was caught by photographers Kevin Ebi, of LivingWilderness.com, and Zachary Hartje. Ebi wrote in a blogpost on Monday he was at the park a few days ago watching the young red foxes, called kits, hunt just before sunset. One of the kits caught a rabbit and held it in its mouth. “I panned my camera with it to capture the action. Then behind me, I heard the cry of a bald eagle. I turned around and saw it approaching fast,”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed in a beautiful ceremony in front of their closest friends and family in Windsor on May 19. One of those friends just so happened to be Harry's ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy. Harry and Chelsy dated on and off from 2004 to 2011, and even though it may seem a little weird to invite your ex to your wedding, Harry and Chelsy have reportedly remained friends since their split. In fact, according to Vanity Fair, Harry and Chelsy had a "tearful phone call" just days before the royal wedding. "It was their final call, a parting call in which they both acknowledged Harry was moving on," a source told Vanity Fair. "Chelsy was quite emotional about it all; she was in tears
Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancée Shayanna Jenkins Is Pregnant
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Ariana Grande calls her relationship with Mac Miller 'toxic,' says he couldn't 'keep his s*** together'
Singer Ariana Grande tells a fan that she broke up with rapper Mac Miller after a "toxic" relationship.
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Scientists are great at observing invasive species when they're above ground, but as the 1990 horror film Tremors taught us it's much more difficult to spot dangers lurking below our feet. That's exactly what is happening right now in France, with researchers issuing a warning that some seriously creepy-looking predatory worms have squirmed their way into the country. The strange creatures, called hammerhead flatworms, look almost alien, and they most certainly aren't native to France. The worms are native to Asia, and the hungry little critters are known to prey on more docile earthworms. A report on the discovery was published in the journal PeerJ . Amazingly, it wasn't scientists who first stumbled upon the invasion, but a French gardener. The man, named Pierre Gros, is cited as an "amateur naturalist" by the Washington Post , so he obviously knows a thing or two about species distribution, and when he dug up one of the giant worms in his own yard he knew it didn't belong. Gros contacted Jean-Lou Justine, a professor from the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, to get a second opinion. Justine was confused, thinking he was being pranked, but when Gros sent additional pictures of different species of the predatory worms he had dug up it was clear that something wasn't right. As it turns out, French gardeners were all too familiar with the hammerhead worms, and when Justine asked for pictures of the worms being dug up all around France he was buried in over a hundred photographs and videos. So how exactly did this invasion go undetected by scientists for so long? Justine has no idea. “It is France! It is supposed to be a developed country. We have a lot of scientists, we have universities everywhere,” he says. “We have scientific proof from citizen scientists that they are infesting gardens year after year after year.” Thus far it doesn't seem like the worms have done any terribly significant damage, but the fact that they prey upon the native earthworms makes them dangerous. It's possible that over time the predatory nature of the worms could lead to a disruption in the soil ecology of the region, causing all kinds of much larger problems. What can be done about the invasion is still not very clear, but for now the researchers are just working on getting the word out.