- EntertainmentGood Housekeeping
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Disney, CBS Sued Over ‘Criminal Minds’ Sexual Harassment by California Department of Fair Employment
The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has filed a discrimination suit against Disney and CBS Studios, alleging the companies allowed "Criminal Minds" cinematographer Greg St. Johns to get away with sexual harassment for 14 years. According to the suit, St. Johns habitually touched men on the groin and butt, and kissed and caressed […]
- PoliticsThe Wrap
Ann Coulter addressed her weekend criticisms of President Donald Trump Tuesday, telling the Daily Caller’s podcast everything came about after she “saw this jackass tweets by our jackass president.”“At 4:30 in the morning Saturday night — well, technically, Sunday morning — I went on Twitter for the first time in a while and I saw this jackass tweet by our jackass president being a big baby blaming Jeff Sessions for the Russia investigation once again, something that was entirely, 100% his fault,” she explained to host Derek Hunter. She had been “trying to enjoy [her] pandemic” before the tweet annoyed her, she quipped.She pointed out it was Trump, not then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, who did an interview with NBC News’ Lester Holt after firing then-FBI director James Comey, prompting the Russia investigation.Also Read: Ann Coulter Turns on 'Disloyal Actual Retard' Trump in Twitter Rant“He goes on Lester Holt and he has to be the big man,” the conservative commentator said, imitating the president: “‘No, no. It was my decision. It was my decision to fire the FBI director. This Russia thing it was just getting out of control.’ I mean, he rambles and says lots of stuff, but he clearly said that he fired the FBI director because of the Russia investigation.”Coulter went on an early Sunday morning Twitter tear, calling President Donald Trump “the most disloyal actual retard that has ever set foot in the Oval Office.”“3 years ago, after Jeff Sessions recused himself, the Fraudulent Mueller Scam began. Alabama, do not trust Jeff Sessions. He let our Country down. That’s why I endorsed Coach Tommy Tuberville (@TTuberville), the true supporter of our MAGA agenda!,” Trump had tweeted, incurring Coulter’s wrath.Read original story Ann Coulter Doubles Down on Trump Criticism: ‘Jackass President Being a Big Baby’ At TheWrap
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle had 'row' over young bridesmaids' tights ahead of royal wedding
The Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex had a “row” over whether the young bridesmaids at the royal wedding should wear tights, it has been claimed, as Tatler magazine publishes a profile of “Catherine the Great”. The society magazine, which claims to have spoken to numerous friends of the Duchess of Cambridge, has described an “incident” ahead of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, in which the Duchess of Cambridge is said to have been left in tears. "Then there was an incident at the wedding rehearsal,” a source named only as a ‘friend’ told the magazine. “It was a hot day and apparently there was a row over whether the bridesmaids should wear tights or not. “Kate, following protocol, felt that they should. Meghan didn't want them to.” Photographs from the 2018 Sussex wedding, (below, top) appear to show the bridesmaids with bare legs, while those from the Cambridge wedding in 2011 (below, bottom) show even the youngest members of the party wearing tights.
Cheyenne Jackson said he’s dreaded the day this “horrible secret would be revealed” for years, so he’s sharing it now to free himself from “shame.”
Infertility is a painful issue for anyone to face, and our hearts go out to anyone experiencing it. But there are limits to our sympathy for one woman, who has decided that her inability to conceive her own baby should be solved in one very icky way. According to a post on Reddit, the woman […]
- U.S.The Daily Beast
The attorney for the family of a University of Connecticut student wanted in a deadly three-rampage said he has “struggled with mental health issues” and urged him to turn himself in.“It’s time to let the healing process begin,” lawyer Michael Dolan said at a Monday evening press conference. “It’s time to surrender.”The FBI and police in three states are hunting for Peter Manfredonia, 23, who was last seen on foot in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, carrying a large duffel bag believed to be full of weapons stolen from one of the victims.He’s accused of hacking to death a Connecticut woodworker and severely wounding an elderly man in Willington, breaking into a home and holding the owner captive overnight, and killing an acquaintance and kidnapping his girlfriend.Manhunt Underway for Armed-to-Teeth UConn Student Wanted in Deadly RampagePolice have not released a motive for the terrifying crime spree, but Dolan began his press conference by describing the suspect as a former honor student and athlete who sought help for mental illness.“You won’t be surprised to hear that Peter has struggled with mental health issues over the past several years. He sought the help of a number of therapists and he’s had the support of his parents and loved ones to help him through.”Then, directly addressing the fugitive, Dolan said: “You are loved. Your parents, your sisters, your entire family loves you. Nobody wants any harm to come to you.”He added, “Peter, from your parents, ‘We love you. Please turn yourself in.’”Dolan, who did not answer any questions about the case, also expressed condolences to the families of the victims.Authorities have been looking for Manfredonia since Friday, when he was seen leaving the scene of the brutal assault on woodworker Ted DeMers and an elderly neighbor in Willington, Connecticut.His sister-in-law Pat Jones told NBC Connecticut that the college student knew a family who lived on the same road.“We think that’s how he established trust with Ted,” she said, explaining that DeMers offered to give Manfredonia a ride on his four-wheeler down to his motorcycle, which was parked in a cul de sac.“As he was driving past this neighbors house, the neighbor saw something sticking out of the top of [Manfredonia’s] backpack. The neighbor got very concerned,” Jones told the station. “A few minutes later he heard this awful shrieking.”Manfredonia allegedly hacked to death DeMers, 62, with what’s been described only as an “edged” instrument—and also attacked an 86-year-old neighbor who came out to help and is still hospitalized.Jones said that Manfredonia took off on the red motorcycle when another neighbor who knew him started yelling. She said that neighbor’s family had been so disturbed by his behavior that they considered seeking an order of protection two weeks ago.“This was intentional. This was not just some random crazy person. who flew off the handle. He had a plan,” she said.Later that night, police said, Manfredonia broke into a house in Willington and held the owner prisoner before leaving early Sunday with food, long guns, a pistol, and a car—which he later crashed and abandoned near a state park in Derby.Authorities say he then headed to a Derby home where he allegedly killed an acquaintance, 23-year-old Nicholas J. Eisele, stole a black Volkswagen Jetta, and abducted Eisele’s girlfriend. Pennsylvania state police said Manfredonia left the Jetta and the woman, who was unharmed, in New Jersey and hopped an Uber to a Walmart in East Stroudsburg. He walked behind the Walmart and was last seen following train tracks on foot.Manfredonia grew up in Newtown, the community devastated by a 2012 school massacre. His Facebook page shows he raised money for anti-violence efforts in recent years.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.