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A mother in Louisiana is speaking out after a high school student shared a Christmas photo of her black son with a racist caption.
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On Wednesday, Los Angeles-based talent manager Dan Spilo became the first-ever “Survivor” player to be ejected from the show, following an unspecified “off-camera” incident.Host Jeff Probst announced Spilo’s exit near the end of Wednesday’s episode, after contestant Elaine Stott was eliminated. “Alright, so, need to share some news,” Probst said. “So I just spoke privately with Dan and I want to update you guys. A decision has been made and Dan will not be returning to the game. He will not be coming back to camp. He won’t be on the jury. He’s gone.”A title card at the end of Wednesday’s “Survivor” episode read: “Dan was removed from the game after a report of another incident, which happened off-camera and did not involve a player.” Representatives for CBS did not have additional comment beyond the title card and Probst’s comments.Also Read: How Harvey Weinstein's Survivors Will Split Expected $25 Million SettlementSpilo had received complaints about his behavior, which included accusations of inappropriate touching, from other contestants during this season. On day 22 of the competition, he was given an official warning from the show to stop, according to EW. He was ejected 14 days later.Details about what precisely led to Spilo’s expulsion have not been made public. Speaking to EW, Probst said, “In this situation, out of respect for privacy and confidentiality, I can’t say anymore.”Probst also told EW “When we first told Dan we were pulling him from the game, he was not happy. We talked through everything for quite a while, and by the time he got on the boat to leave he had calmed down and was actually very respectful as he departed.”Following Spilo’s ejection, EW reported Wednesday that for the first time in the 19-year history of “Survivor,” this season’s reunion episode will be pre-taped instead of live, due to concerns of sensitivity and security.Read original story ‘Survivor': Hollywood Manager Dan Spilo Becomes 1st Player Ever Ejected After ‘Off-Camera’ Incident At TheWrap
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An autopsy found that the body of Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney, the 3-year-old Alabama girl who was found dead in a dumpster after she was kidnapped from a birthday party, was given methamphetamine and a sedative before she was murdered, according to reports. Prosecutors stated Tuesday during a preliminary hearing for Patrick Stallworth, 39, that he and his girlfriend, Derick Brown, 29, used candy to lure Kamille away from the birthday party on Oct. 12 and kidnap her, ABC Birmingham affiliate WBMA reported. Birmingham Police detective Jonathan Ross testified that he spoke to a 10-year-old at the birthday party who said he saw a man and woman in an SUV handing out candy and that he saw Kamille in the SUV crying, according to WBMA.