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'Saved by the Bell' star Lark Voorhies says she feels 'slighted and hurt' about not being a part of reboot
"Saved by the Bell" cast members have also reunited for a dinner to celebrate "30 years of friendship" in 2019 which Voorhies was missing from.
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I flew on Vietnam's award-winning budget airline known for its bikini-clad flight attendants 3 times in one week, and it was an emotional rollercoaster
I flew on three Vietjet Air flights in less than a week on a recent trip to Vietnam. Here is what flying on the budget airline is really like.
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The Los Angeles County coroner’s office released the cause of Amie Harwick’s death on Tuesday, ruling the incident a homicide.According to the report, the 38-year-old sex and family therapist died of blunt force trauma to the head and torso. Police said earlier in the week that Harwick suffered injuries consistent with a fall early Saturday and took her ex-boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, into custody on suspicion of murder.Harwick was found sometime after 1:16 a.m. Saturday morning when police responded to a radio call about a woman screaming in the Hollywood Hills area. She was found unresponsive and “gravely injured” beneath a third-floor balcony, police said.Also Read: 'The Price Is Right' Cancels Tapings Following Death of Drew Carey's Ex-FianceeAccording to investigators, Harwick had recently “expressed fear” about a former boyfriend and previously filed a restraining order which had since expired. The investigation is ongoing and the case will be presented to the district attorney for filing consideration on Wednesday.Harwick, well-known as a Hollywood-based family and sex therapist, appeared in the 2015 documentary “Addicted to Sexting.” She was previously engaged to “The Price Is Right” host Drew Carey in 2018, though the engagement ended later that year. “The Price Is Right” has canceled tapings for the remainder of the week.Read original story Amie Harwick Cause of Death Released by LA County Coroner At TheWrap
Gun-rights advocate Kaitlin Bennett was greeted by a large group of protesters who heckled and booed her when she arrived at Ohio University on February 17.Bennett, who rose to fame as Kent State’s “Gun Girl” after a photo of her with a graduation cap and an assault rifle went viral, was on campus for Presidents Day where, according to a tweet, she planned to ask trivia questions to students.Bennett said she was instead greeted by “a bunch of whiny children” throwing “temper tantrums”.Video posted of the incident shows Bennett surrounded by students shouting: “Where’s your diaper?”, a reference to a rumor that circulated about Bennett allegedly soiling herself at a party in February 2019.Ohio University police released a statement following the incident saying that it “did not rise to the level of a riot”, as Bennett alleged in a tweet. Officers were present to “protect everyone’s rights and safety,” police said.Bennett was once a correspondent for Infowars and has made a name for herself by visiting college campuses and asking students provocative questions about gender and LGBTQ rights. She said on Twitter she would “absolutely be returning to Ohio U’s campus again, and next time I’ll bring an army of gun owners for an open carry walk through.” Credit: Anya Bartek via Storyful
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During the investigation into the boy's death, police seized cellphones belonging to the suspects that showed the family torturing him, the affidavit says.
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