The teen notorious for her “cash me outside” remark on the “Dr. Phil” show has found herself in the middle of trouble again. Police are investigating a brawl involving Danielle Bregoli, 13, and three others early on Sunday morning outside of a bar in Lake Worth, Florida. Bregoli, who made headlines earlier this month for a Spirit Airlines altercation, was caught on camera exchanging words with another female bar patron in a video shared to YouTube. According to the post, the woman had suggested that Bregoli was out past her curfew. In response, one of Bregoli’s friends hurled ice cream at the woman and then made a break for it. The food fight led to more altercations that were not seen on the
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Maria Kang wants moms to get their bodies into shape after having children, while Taryn Brumfitt is all about moms ’embracing’ their postbaby bodies. Maria Kang, aka “Hot Mom,” who once enraged the Internet by posting a chiseled bikini shot and challenging moms to whip their bodies into prepregnancy shape, is back in the spotlight: She’s calling out a fellow mom for sending women a muddled message about body positivity. On Monday, Kang posted to Facebook a split-screened photo of herself and Taryn Brumfitt, an Australian mother of three whose 2013 before-and-after pregnancy photos went viral after she confessed to preferring her postbaby curves to her prebaby six-pack abs.
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The Bruins have been rolling under new head coach Bruce Cassidy, 6-1 with the new bench boss. You’d think that with their success, and with Don Sweeney’s earlier comments about standing pat, things would be quiet in the Hub on the trade front. Right? Maybe not, according to some. Chara will be 40 next season and has one more year left on his contract, so a move wouldn’t be unprecedented. However, he has a cap hit of just under $7 million for this season, and $4 million for next year, so whoever takes him would need to be able to accommodate that under their cap. It's worth noting that if the Tweet above is, in fact, legit, there's nothing wrong with the Bruins "listening" to calls on Chara. In