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- CelebrityBusiness Insider
My brother promised to sell me his home. I rented it and spent $20,000 on drywalling. Then he sold it to someone else. Do I have any recourse?
"I texted him, ‘Congratulations on selling your home. Now is your chance to do the right thing. Deposit $20,000 in my bank account.’"
- SportsThe Tennessean
Former Tennessee State basketball player Hercy Miller, the son of hip-hop mogul Master P, indicated on Twitter Monday he has transferred to Xavier.
- CelebrityFox News
The 29-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model took to Instagram on Monday to share a photo of herself posing on a boat in a red two-piece alongside her boyfriend, Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey.
Non-Americans Are Calling Out Things Americans Say That Scream, "I'm An American," And Wow, I Guess I'm Gonna Stop Talking For A While
Fellow Americans, prepare to be roasted.View Entire Post ›
- SportsProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Officially, neither the NFL nor the NFL Players Association had comment regarding Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians slapping the helmet of safety Andrew Adams, with an elbow on the follow-through. Unofficially, the incident has landed on the radar screen of the league office. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the incident is “being handled.” [more]
- WorldDr. Phil CBS
VideoMan Says Pedophile Who Abducted Him As A Child Drugged Him With Crack Cocaine, Told Him It Was Candy
Tony Fort was 10 years old when his mother’s friend started to groom and abuse him. Fort says at the time, he enjoyed the attention he received from this man, and he thought they were best friends. Speaking out for the first time on Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "Surviving Evil," Fort reveals that this man drugged him with crack cocaine. Hear what he says happened in the video above – including what this man threatened to do if Fort told anyone about their relationship. On Monday, hear what Fort