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    White House intelligence expert Fiona Hill claims she was groped while working as a waitress while she was a student at St Andrews University. Dr Hill, 56, claims she was touched inappropriately while working at the prestigious Royal and Ancient Golf Club, and says her manager then threatened to blacklist her after she made a complaint.  Former senior director in the US National Security Council Dr Hill, who shot to prominence after her testimony during the first impeachment of Donald Trump, also said one fellow student accused her of sleeping with her tutor because of her good grades. Dr Hill studied Russian and modern history at St Andrews, describing it in her new memoir as an 'exhilarating' and 'completely transformational' experience which put her 'on my life's path' in the mid-80s. She described it as a 'bubble of advantage and privilege', where peers included relatives of the Queen and children of government ministers - and recalled being described to her face as a 'common northerner.' November 2019: Former White House national security aide Dr Fiona Hill returns from a break to testify before...
    Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill described how she was nicknamed 'Russia b****' when she worked at President Trump's White House, in a Thursday interview soon after he called her a 'stiff with a nice accent.' Her memoir was published this week and offers an unflattering portrait of Trump's grasp of foreign policy. It also describes a White House riddled with sexism, where the president berated and belittled female aides.  In an interview with MSNBC, anchor Nicolle Wallace asked her: 'How did you get the name 'Russia b****?'" 'At least they noticed me,' said Hill. 'I assumed they hadn't paid that much attention to me, but I'd got a nickname and I decided to make it a badge of pride in the book because this is a word that people use all the time, particularly when it comes to women's anger. 'You are a b**** if you're criticizing something or you're pushing back on something. 'It's obviously a genderized word, men don't get called that.'  Former member of the National Security Council Fiona Hill said she had not...
    Former Cuomo staffer Karen Hinton says the governor once refused to hire a woman due to her physical appearance A woman who worked for Andrew Cuomo when he was a part of the Clinton Administration claims the embattled NY Governor once refused to hire a woman because 'she wasn't pretty enough.'    Karen Hinton, who worked as Cuomo's press aide when he served as then-president Bill Clinton's housing secretary, spoke out about her time on Cuomo's DC staff during interview with the New York Post on Monday. Hinton told the news outlet that she had recommended a woman who had 'worked on Capitol Hill for years' for a position on Cuomo's staff but he refused to hire her due to her physical appearance.   According to Hinton, the candidate had a 'very good understanding of Capitol Hill politics and policy'.  'She came in for an interview and I sat in since I had recommended her, and he said to me after, 'No, I don't think so,'' she said. 'I asked, 'Why?' He said, 'She's not pretty enough. I don't like the way she...
    A fitness instructor caught the shocking moment a staff member at her gym groped her while she was working out. Fern, a 22-year-old who lives in the Philippines, was lifting weights at her local Supreme Fitness Gym when the staff member walked behind her. As she films with a camera he doesn't know is there, the man pauses, places his entire hand on her backside, and then keeps walking out of the shot. Exercising: Fern, a 22-year-old who lives in the Philippines, was lifting weights at her local Supreme Fitness Gym when a staff member groped her  Gross: She caught him on camera pausing to place a palm on her backside as he walked by her 'This dumba** touches my booty,' she wrote in the video. 'He didn't know that I'm filming' 'This dumba** touches my booty,' she wrote in the video, which has been viewed 3.6 million times. 'He didn't know that I'm filming.' The TikTok clip shows Ferm using weight equipment at her gym, bending over repeatedly to lift the heavy weights while wearing standard gym clothes of...
    While filming “Mank,” Amanda Seyfried had to keep mum about being a mum-to-be. Seyfried, 35, revealed it was tough shooting the film — which has been nominated for an impressive ten Oscars — while pregnant, telling Julianne Moore during a Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! chat on Thursday, “I’m so glad because I love my son but I was so ill.” “The weekend before one of the big scenes where actually I don’t have any lines … I thought that it was going to be a little easier [even] knowing that I was going to have to be in the makeup chair at 3:30 [a.m.] on one of the days,” she continued. But, “I was in bed the whole weekend thinking I don’t think I can do this. I can’t be sick and working with David Fincher and play Marion Davies at the same time.” The only person Seyfried confided in on set was costume designer Trish Summerville. “I’m four and a half weeks pregnant, I’m not supposed to say anything but I’m bloated and I can only eat cream...
    In the documentary series Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil, Demi Lovato reveals the details of the night she overdosed in 2018, including that she had three strokes, a heart attack, suffered brain damage, and has lingering blind spots in her vision: “I don’t think people realize how bad it actually was.” She discusses the drugs she took that night: heroin and crack cocaine, which she found out later was laced with fentanyl. She reveals that she has done heroin again even after that overdose; she stresses multiple times she is lucky to be alive. She says that she was sexually assaulted that night by her drug dealer, and also for the first time talks about being raped when she lost her virginity as a teenager, insinuating that it was a Disney Channel co-star who did it. In detail, she talks about her history with an eating disorder, her false bipolar diagnosis, her relationship with moderation (she is currently drinking again and smokes weed), her dramatic engagement and break-up during quarantine, and her queerness. This is all to say that...
    The site of the Stutthof concentration camp photographed in 2012. Michal Fludra/NurPhoto via Getty Images A 95-year-old German woman was charged Friday with being complicit in the murders of 10,000 people. The charges stem from the woman's work as a Nazi concentration camp secretary when she was a minor. She has long claimed she didn't know about the mass-extermination of prisoners at the camp. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A 95-year-old German woman was charged on Friday with complicity in the murders of 10,000 people, for her work as a Nazi concentration camp secretary during the second world war, according to CNN.  While the woman has not been publicly named, due to Germany's privacy laws, a reporter with German public broadcaster NDR interviewed her in 2019, and referred to her as "Irmgard F."  Prosecutors said Irmgard worked as a stenographer and secretary to the commander of the Stutthof camp from June 1943 to April 1945, according to CNN.  In that capacity, she "is accused of having assisted those responsible at the camp in the systemic killing...
    Internet personality Trisha Paytas appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010. Christopher Polk / Getty Images / TheEllenShow / YouTube Trisha Paytas recounted her experience appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010 on the latest episode of her podcast "Frenemies." In the episode, Paytas called Ellen DeGeneres "a b----" and said that she was instructed not to look at or touch DeGeneres. DeGeneres previously said in a staff call with employees that she didn't know where the rumored instruction to not look her in the eyes came from, Page Six reported in August 2020. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Internet personality Trisha Paytas spoke about her 2010 appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on the latest episode of her podcast "Frenemies," which she hosts with H3H3's Ethan Klein, calling controversial host Ellen DeGeneres "a b----" and saying that she wasn't allowed to touch her. Paytas appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010, when she was 22 years old, to show off her speed-reading talent as part of an audience talent segment. In the...
    A former teen beauty queen claims Ghislaine Maxwell tried to recruit her as a masseuse for Jeffrey Epstein while she was working out at a Florida gym when she was just 14.   Molly Skye Brown, now 42, went to the FBI last year to tell her tale of meeting Maxwell, Epstein's alleged madam who is currently jailed on sex trafficking charges, in 1992, when she was still in high school.   She said the encounter took place at a gym inside a childcare facility in Palm Beach, near the billionaire pedophile's mansion, where she had a part time job that gave her a free membership to the workout facility.  'I was 14, I was starting to get more into modeling, acting, singing and pageants with the expectation of making some scholarship money or grant money to further my education,' Brown, a child rape survivor who hosts a podcast called 'Let's Be Frank', told The Sun.    'I was on the elliptical machine working out, which is by the front window. I was half-naked, a young girl with an exercise outfit on, showing...
    A Tennessee woman has slammed her gym for promoting sexism and double standards after they told her to cover up the 'three inches' of waist she had exposed while exercising. Julia Maren, who is a member at Anytime Fitness Spring Hill, shared a furious Instagram post on September 8 after gym staff took issue with her sports bra, telling her she would need to put on a shirt to continue her workout. She went on to complain that men at the gym were exposing much more than she was, decrying the unfairness of women being judged and criticized for what they wear to the gym.   Called out: Julia Maren, who is a member at Anytime Fitness Spring Hill in Tennessee, went on an Instagram rant about her gym Cover up: She said gym staff took issue with her sports bra, telling her she would need to put on a shirt to continue her workout 'Today I was told I’d have to leave the gym if I didn’t put a shirt on, with no explanation,'...
    A black Santa Clara University professor said campus police on Saturday made her prove she lived in her own house.  Danielle Fuentes Morgan, 36, who is an assistant professor in African American satire and comedy, said she opened the door to the officers but was still asked to show identification to prove it was her home.  In a series of tweets which have since gone viral Morgan recounted how her brother, composer and pianist Carlos Fuentes, 32, had been questioned by security while he sat working on the campus.  She said: 'One officer followed him to my house. I opened the door and my brother said, "I'm so sorry about this. They're demanding you come out and vouch for me." I, of course, knew exactly who "they" were.'  Morgan explained how her brother had come to visit her, her children and husband after safely quarantining for two weeks and following a period of eight months of not seeing each other.  She described how 'campus security came up to my brother in the midst of his meeting and told him to...
    Ten weeks: A timeline of the search for Vanessa Guillen NYC restaurant customers bothered by rats while dining outside: report A mom says her employer fired her because her kids made noise while she was working from home © Good Morning America/YouTube Drisana Rios in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" about her lawsuit. Good Morning America/YouTube A mother of two is saying she was fired because her male supervisor felt she was "unprofessional" for not keeping her children quit while working from home, she told ABC's "Good Morning America." The former account executive has filed a lawsuit against her former employer, alleging discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wrongful termination.  Americans believe women face more pressure than men to be an involved parent, according to a Pew Research Center report from last year. The pandemic may have made this a greater challenge. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A woman in San Diego is suing her former employer, saying she was fired after notifying her company that her male supervisor disapproved of her for taking care...
    Drisana Rios in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" about her lawsuit. Good Morning America/YouTube A mother of two is saying she was fired because her male supervisor felt she was "unprofessional" for not keeping her children quite while working from home, she told ABC's "Good Morning America." The former account executive has filed a lawsuit against her former employer, alleging discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wrongful termination.  Americans believe women face more pressure than men to be an involved parent, according to a Pew Research Center report from last year. The pandemic may have made this a greater challenge. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A woman in San Diego is suing her former employer, saying she was fired after notifying her company that her male supervisor disapproved of her for taking care of her kids while working at home during the pandemic. Drisana Rios, a former account executive at the insurance brokerage firm HUB International, and mother to a 4-year-old and 1-year-old, was unable to set up alternative child care, she said in the...
    A mother-of-two has alleged that she was fired from her job because she couldn't keep her young children quiet while working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic. Dris Wallace, a mommy blogger and account executive from San Diego, California, started working from home in mid-March due to the global crisis while taking care of her daughter Dani, four, and son Dylan, one.  'The first week of working from home started off very stressful with multiple calls, emails and unrealistic expectations,' she wrote in an essay published by ScaryMommy.com.   Unfair: Dris Wallace alleges she was fired from her job as an account executive because she couldn't keep her children quiet while working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic Family of four: The mommy blogger started working from home in mid-March due to the global crisis while taking care of her daughter Dani, four, and son Dylan, one Dris, who is known as Modern Cali Mom online, explained that her role was to help her boss with their existing clients and obtain new clients, which required her to take a number...
    Instagram model Paige Spiranac flaunted her curves while working on her golf game for her latest update. She rocked a tight-fitting dress that put her ample cleavage on display, and shared footage where she hit some practice shots. The model – who is known as the “OG Insta Golf Girl ” – found ways to work on her game at home during the lock down, but for this upload she was on a golf course. Spiranac included a photo and a short video in the upload. For the pic, she was photographed from the thighs up, and there were trees and shrubbery behind her. Spiranac sported a small black halter dress that was adorned with sunflower patterns. The top had a plunging neckline with a strap that wrapped around the back of her neck. This offered fans a clear view of her generous bust. She had her long blond hair tied back and looked off-camera for the snap. Spiranac held a golf club in her hands, and had a giant smile across her gorgeous face. View this post on Instagram...
    Instagram model Anllela Sagra showed off her amazing physique to her 11.7 million followers with her recent post. Wearing a face mask, the celebrity appeared to be at the gym in her workout gear as she took the selfie. Anllela wore a peach-colored crop top that featured shoestring straps over her cleavage. She paired this with pale blue workout shorts that fitted tightly to her hips. Her midriff and toned abs were highlighted as a result of this. The model wore white socks and runners as she stood with one leg out to the side. Her chiseled thighs and calves were shown off due to the pose. Anllela’s head was cocked slightly to one side as she took the snap. Her brunette locks were pulled back and braided, with one plait hanging down over her shoulder. It was hard to tell if the celebrity wore any makeup as her face was covered by a blue mask in order to protect herself and others from the potential spread of COVID-19. In her ears were Apple AirPods. Close by was some gym...
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