Happens to the best of us, TBH.
Slain Pregnant Shanann Watts Was Planning Gender Reveal
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Two students from Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas, took to their Twitter accounts on Thursday to share concerns over the video that was shown in school.
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It was a late-night flight from Las Vegas, and the woman rested her head on the window as the plane neared Detroit. She was startled awake by the man in the middle seat next to her. His hand was down her unbuttoned pants, and her shirt was undone. The 22-year old woman fled to the back of the plane to alert flight attendants. But first she had to get past two obstacles: Prabhu Ramamoorthy, the man in the middle seat, and his wife in the aisle seat - an arm's length away from a chill-inducing Jan. 3 incident later described in court. A federal jury convicted Ramamoorthy, 35, of sexual abuse on the Spirit Airlines flight. Ramamoorthy, an Indian national in the United States on a work visa, faces up to life in prison.
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Supermodel Lais Ribeiro strutted her lithesome 6-foot frame across the stage last November at the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, her 31-23-33 figure barely contained in the company’s Fantasy Bra. The crowd went crazy, and it was difficult to know if they were cheering the $2 million bejeweled bra Ribeiro was wearing or the Brazilian beauty herself. By most measures, the Nov. 20 extravaganza in Shanghai, China, was a success. Ribeiro and a dozen of her supermodel pals were at their sexy best in an estimated $12 million production that company executives arranged to have telecast around the world. But the world yawned. KATE SPADE SALES INCREASE 31 PERCENT AFTER FOUNDER'S DEATH Viewership
Georgia Lawmaker Says President Trump's Alleged N-Word Use Should Be Held Separate From His Presidency
Holding him accountable 'sets a bad precedent'
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Tesla short sellers raked in $1 billion after Elon Musk revealed his personal struggles in an eye-opening interview (TSLA)
Tesla short sellers received a sizable payday hours after The New York Times published an eye-opening interview with an emotional Elon Musk, the electric-car company's chief executive. Investors betting against Tesla raked in about $1 billion on Friday, according to data from the analytics firm S3 Partners. The Times' interview with Musk came out late Thursday night.