- CelebrityDigital Spy
The actress has been subjected to abusive tweets.
Movie star Johnny Depp concluded five days of testimony in his libel case against Britain's Sun newspaper on Monday, saying his ex-wife Amber Heard had thrown a "haymaker" punch at him on the night he found out he had lost $650 million. The court has heard evidence from the paper's lawyer that Depp violently attacked his former wife on at least 14 occasions over three years from 2013, when enraged by jealously and having consumed large amounts of alcohol or drugs. The actor would become, according to Heard, 34, and by his own account, "the monster", the Sun's lawyer Sasha Wass has told the court.
- WorldBusiness Insider
After a Tennessee church became a superspreading hotspot, its pastor says he should have made everyone wear masks
At least 12 Tennessee churchgoers tested positive for the coronavirus after attending socially distant indoor services that didn't require masks.
- U.S.The Independent
Trump news – live: Hillary Clinton says president 'won't go quietly' if he loses election, as Biden announces $2tn clean energy plan
Donald Trump has continued to insist US schools must reopen this autumn despite the raging coronavirus, declaring at the White House on Monday: “Schools should be opened. Kids want to go to schools. You’re losing a lot of lives by keeping things closed.”His comments were answered by former education secretary Arne Duncan, who served under Barack Obama and told MSNBC: “The real travesty here is that there is no body count high enough for the president to actually pay attention to science. We could lose another 10,000. We could lose another 50,000. We could lose another 100,000… [He] doesn’t care whether you live or die.”
Two years after admitting she regrets acting in "The Help," Davis remains just as critical of the Oscar-winning drama.
- LifestyleBest Life
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