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  • Disney heiress ‘livid’ after going to one of her family’s theme parks undercover

    Abigail Disney told the Yahoo News show “Through Her Eyes” that a worker sent her a Facebook (FB) message expressing how tragic being employed at the Magic Kingdom has become. “Every single one of these people I talked to were saying, 'I don't know how I can maintain this face of joy and warmth when I have to go home and forage for food in other people's garbage,'” Disney, 59, told Yahoo News host and human rights activist Zainab Salbi in an interview posted Monday. Disney is the granddaughter of the late Roy Disney, who co-founded The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) with his brother, Walt Disney.

  • Selma Blair Just Posted A Heart-Breaking Photo About Missing Her Son

    "I am in the place of getting better."

  • Beachgoers Form Human Chain to Help Swimmers Caught in Rip Current at Florida Beach

    Vacationer Brian Daniels witnessed the rescue of a man and a woman from rip currents at Panama City Beach, Florida, during Storm Barry on July 14.Beachgoers and rescue personnel formed a human chain, though at least one rescuer nonetheless had to swim out to the pair, video shows.The situation proved dangerous for the rescuers too. Daniels told Storyful that a “sheriff officer almost died helping out” and “had to be rescued himself”. He said he spoke to the officer, who was fortunately OK after the incident but “pretty sick from the sea water”. Nonetheless, the rescue was a success and, according to Daniels, “everyone was safe”.Daniels told Storyful the video was recorded at around 11 am EST, while double red flags were flying to warn against swimming. On the day of filming Panama City Beach Rescue issued a plea to beachgoers to pay heed to warnings against swimming while the flags were flying.Local reports from Panama City Beach said 40 water rescues were carried out on Sunday. One man was reported to have died in a separate incident. Credit: Brian Daniels via Storyful

  • Man Murdered Teen Star and Posted Instagram Photos, Cops Say

    Photos via InstagramAn Upstate New York man is accused of brutally slaying a teenage internet personality he met online and posting pictures of her body to the internet, according to police.Authorities say Brandon Clark slashed Bianca Devins’ throat early Sunday, nearly decapitating her. They first met online, and met in person two months ago, police told The Daily Beast. Shortly after her murder, Clark posted pictures of her corpse online. He then stabbed himself in front of officers who had been dispatched to search for him, police added.Devins, 17, a Utica, New York teen had just graduated high school, and was preparing to start a psychology degree at her local community college.Devins was anonymous to many of her internet friends. Online, she was a popular Instagram and Tumblr user. She also frequented 4chan, and ran a Discord server populated with some of her 4chan connections, many of whom knew her as Oxychan.Two months ago, she met one of those internet friends in person, Utica police Lt. Bryan Coromato told The Daily Beast. Clark, 21, lived in Cicero, New York, approximately an hour away. The two had some form of offline relationship, Coromato said. On Instagram, Devins’ sister wrote that “it wasn’t just an ‘internet boyfriend’ this was a close family friend whom we’ve met and trusted so much. I do not want false information being spread around.”Utica police said in a statement Monday evening that the two attended a concert together in New York City on Saturday and arrived back in Utica early Sunday. Police believe they had an argument, which precipitated the murder.Early Sunday morning, Clark began posting gruesome pictures on his Instagram story. One picture showed him covered in blood with the caption “I’m sorry Bianca.” Another, of a dark road, referenced going to Hell. Other photos appeared to show a body under a tarp, and before-and-after images of a self-inflicted knife wound on his neck. Clark’s updated Instagram biography and a post on his Facebook suggested that he planned to kill himself.Coromato confirmed that the pictures were authentic.Around the same time, he posted an image to Discord showing Devins with her throat cut in a car and a large knife next to her. He also doxxed her, sharing Devins’ full name and hometown, which was unknown to many of her online friends, and included a derogatory remark about Devins and her online following. The pictures spread to multiple misogynistic forums, where some users called for more killings of women and girls.All the images hit the internet before police were alerted of the killing. Around 7:20 a.m., officers received a call about a person making statements of harm, Coromato said. They were able to triangulate Clark’s location based on his cell phone. When they found him, he began stabbing himself in front of officer, Coromato said.Eventually he took out a phone and began taking pictures of himself laying on the tarp that concealed Devins’ body, police said.Clark was taken into custody and transported to a hospital, where he is sedated and in critical condition, but expected to survive. He has yet to be formally charged in the killing.“Bianca was a lot of things to so many people,” her stepmother wrote on Facebook. “She was young and beautiful and so full of life. She had been through hell and back conquering her own mental illness and she won. She was getting better. Fighting everyday. She was happy.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.