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    NOT EVERY mother-in-law-daughter-in-law relationship is perfect, but one woman shared that hers is nearly unsalvageable.  She revealed that her mother-in-law said she is the reason her dad left her family as a kid, among other disturbing allegations, but the woman has found peace with the situation.  3A woman claimed her mother-in-law dislikes her for no reason and has gotten in her face on several occasionsCredit: Getty 3The daughter-in-law has gone to therapy due to the hostile treatment and now understands why her mother-in-law acts the way she doesCredit: Getty The woman, who shared her story anonymously on Reddit, explained that her mother-in-law started acting cold once she and her husband tied the knot, and her comments became more hostile over time.  “It progressed to her saying since my father left when I was young that might be a sign to not have children since I must have been too intolerable as a child that I drove him away,” she recalled. The poster said their relationship reached a boiling point when her mother-in-law accused her of “poisoning” her son and turning...
    A BRIDE and groom were in for a rude surprise when their wedding officiant – a pastor picked by the groom’s mother – started criticizing their relationship during their ceremony.  Wedding goers eventually pressured the pastor to leave, but he was determined to make a fuss and double charged the couple as revenge. 3A bride and groom thought their wedding day was going by smoothly, but that changed when their officiant started bashing their relationshipCredit: Getty 3The bride and groom pleaded with the pastor to stop, but he wouldn't listen until the bride told him they didn't actually need him to get marriedCredit: Getty - Contributor The bride and groom were not religious, but to please the groom’s mother, they agreed to let the pastor from her conservative Evalangical church officiate the wedding. According to the bride’s cousin, who claimed he witnessed the ordeal in an anonymous post to Reddit, everything went smoothly up until the wedding.  He explained that the bride and groom wrote their own vows and the pastor had very little involvement in the ceremony – despite...
    WE'VE all heard the horrendous stories about mother-in-laws, but what would you do if yours turned up to your wedding reception wearing white? That’s exactly what happened to one woman, who had to enlist the help of security to have her mother-in-law forcibly removed from her reception. 1One woman was left stunned when her mother-in-law turned up to her wedding reception wearing a white dressCredit: Shutterstock Posting on Reddit’s Am I the Asshole thread, the 27-year-old bride explained that she and her future mother-in-law didn’t usually talk much but “weren’t enemies either”. She had already explained that she wouldn’t be able to make the ceremony, but “promised she would make” the reception Celebrating their marriage, the bride and groom were on the dancefloor “with a bunch of our friends singing dancing and having a very good time” at the reception when her new mother-in-law made her big entrance – wearing white! “I looked away I was so p****d she walked up to us and talked like normal,” the woman recalled, adding that she quickly told her to “go change”. Her...
    WE HAVE heard countless horror stories about toxic mothers-in-law, or monster-in-laws, as they have been nicknamed. But one woman has shared her experience with her rude and “combative” father-in-law. 3A woman has taken to the internet to vent about her father-in-lawCredit: Getty 3Her father-in-law says she needs to 'get over' her miscarriages as she goes through cancer treatment, and he nor his wife sees anything wrong with how he actsCredit: Getty The exhausted woman anonymously posted on Reddit to vent about her relationship with her father-in-law and gain outside perspective about her situation.  “My husband and I have struggled with my in-laws from day one,” she began, adding that she has been married to her husband for six years at the time of her post.  “[My in-laws] have been very divisive towards our marriage; his mom is way more covert and passive-aggressive, but his dad is very combative towards me.  “Calling me controlling, attacking me and my relationships with my family, telling my husband he never used to be this way until he married me ... they do NOT understand...
    A FRUSTRATED wife has taken to the internet to ask for help in handling her “overbearing” mother-in-law.  According to the woman, the mother-in-law treats her son like a child and does not respect her as his wife. 3A wife is fed up with the way her mother-in-law treats her husband 3The mother-in-law told her son that no one can love him the way she doesCredit: Getty In a post on Reddit, the wife opened up about some of the worrisome things her mother-in-law has said to her son and about their relationship. For instance, when the wife was taking her husband to his United States Military Entrance Processing Station, his worried mother called and said, “No one can love you as much as your mom.” “So, is she saying I can’t possibly love him enough, who says that?” the irritated wife vented in her post. The wife also recalled the mother-in-law crossing the line when she told her son he should not get married ahead of their nuptials because “people aren’t meant to be monogamous.” The upset daughter-in-law wrote that...
    AFTER refusing to stay with her mother-in-law after giving birth, one new mum tells how her husband's mum took apart her nursery. Thinking her house was robbed, the woman found out that her MIL had set all her stuff up in her own home. 2The mum politely declined the offerCredit: Getty Taking to her TikTok account, the new mum tells how she was about to call the police when she realised it was her MIL's doing. Posting under the domain @chcassie the woman said: "My husband travels for work. My MIL called me and offered that we stay at her house after I give birth." "Because my husband will have to work and that I will need help with our baby. I told her no thank you, that we have already arranged that we will go to my moms after I get out of the hospital" she added. After her polite refusal, the mum said that her MIL was irate and she had to turn her phone off, but what happened next was even more shocking. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A...
    A longtime friend of Brian Laundrie believes the late 23-year-old's parents may have exchanged information with law enforcement about his whereabouts for immunity, according to a report from The Sun.  An unnamed friend of Laundrie's said they believe Laundrie's parents struck a deal with either the Florida district attorney or the FBI to prevent being charged with "harboring, assisting, or whatever it might be," the outlet said Sunday. The anonymous source said they got the information from a close friend of Laundrie's parents, The Sun reports. Laundrie's remains were found last week at a Florida nature reserve where law enforcement had been searching for him since his parents reported on Friday, Sept. 17, that they hadn't seen their son in days. Earlier report - Brian Laundrie Was Likely Dead When Police Mistook His Mother For Him, Authorities Say Laundrie had been named a person of interest in the homicide of his fiancée, 22-year-old Gabby Petito, of Blue Point in Suffolk County. Petito's family members have criticized Laundrie and his parents' refusal to cooperate with law enforcement while they investigated Petito's disappearance. ...
    A Native American law student at Yale says he’s being pressured into apologizing by a former Obama aide turned diversity tsar for sending a party invite that described the location as a ‘trap house.' The September 15 invite was deemed ‘triggering’ by Yale’s director of diversity and inclusion Yaseen Eldik, who previously worked in the Obama administration's White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership. The student who sent it has spoken to DailyMail.com about his ordeal, but did not wish to be identified over fears for his future career prospects.  He said he is being further persecuted for being a member of the Federalist Society, a group of conservative and libertarian lawyers who advocate for an 'originalist' interpretation of the US Constitution, with the Society itself founded at Yale.   His invitation to a September 18 party was sent to members of the elite school’s Native American Law Students Association (NALSA). ‘Sup NALSA,’ the note said. ‘Hope you’re feeling social! This Friday at 7:30, we’ll be christening our very own (soon to be) world-renowned NALSA Trap House by throwing a Constitution...
    A FURIOUS bride has revealed how her mother-in-law went ahead with an outfit change at her wedding reception, despite being told no, The bride had tried to hide the mum-in-law's second dress - which was white and sparkly - but she still managed to make the outfit change and then accused the bride of trying to 'ruin' her special day. 2A bride was left fuming after her 'immature' mum-in-law made an outfit change at her wedding reception, despite being told noCredit: Getty Posting to Reddit via the Am I The A**Hole thread and turned to others for advice, as she revealed the mum-in-law is still demanding an apology from her for trying to stop the outfit change, a year after the wedding took place. She wrote: "At my wedding my MIL did a dress change in the middle of reception to a white sparkly dress. "The backstory: My husband & I went dress shopping prior to with my MIL to help her pick & pay for her dress. "We wanted to ensure she chose something within our...
    Allen Weisselberg's former daughter-in-law Jennifer told New York prosecutors that Donald Trump offered to cover her children's private school fees instead of a raise, a report claims. The ex-wife of Barry Weisselberg made the claims in a Zoom interview with investigators on June 25, according to The Daily Beast, and if true could directly implicate Trump in the ongoing tax fraud case. Prosecutors claim that the Trump Organization was using a scheme to pay people staffers with perks such as company cars and apartments in order to avoid paying taxes. The Trump Organization and the former president have denied the allegations and insist it is part of a political witch hunt.  Allen Weisselberg's former daughter-in-law Jennifer told New York prosecutors that Donald Trump offered to cover her children's private school fees instead of a raise, a report claims. She is pictured above with her ex-husband Barry The former president claims the criminal investigations are part of a bid to hurt a potential run for president in 2024, which he has still not confirmed.  She claims she told prosecutors that...
    A woman from Pennsylvania woman who is alleged to have stormed the Capitol during the January riot has claimed in court that she has immunity from the law thanks to 'divine empowerment'. Pauline Bauer of Kane, Pennsylvania, could be heard shouting on body camera footage shouting at a police officer 'bring Nancy Pelosi out here now… we want to hang that f***ing b****'. 'You bring them out or we're coming in,' she is alleged to have said, according to a transcript of a police body camera 'Bring them out now. They're criminals. They need to hang.'  Pauline Bauer, seen far left, is alleged to have stormed the Capitol during January 6th riot. This photo was tagged with her name on Facebook  Bauer could be heard shouting at police officers and asking them to move  'Bring Nancy Pelosi out here now… we want to hang that f***ing b****', Bauer is alleged to have said In one new filing the offered up a document that 'serves as Proof that my living DNA existed on this Land before there was...
    A WOMAN revealed the shocking way she found out she was pregnant after being told she was infertile. A TikTok user shared that two weeks before dying, her mother-in-law told her she was pregnant - even before she knew it herself. 5A woman revealed the shocking way she found out she was pregnantCredit: TikTok 5Her MIL woke up from her coma to tell her that she was pregnantCredit: TikTok In the video, the woman named Jillian shared a video where she played both herself and her dying mother-in-law. The story began with Jillian sitting "bedside while taking care of my mother-in-law in hospice." Jillian then claimed that her partner's mother then woke up "out of her coma and telling me 'they're going to get huge.'" Following her waking up, she said she was "confused and surprised she was awake and asked her 'what are going to get huge?'" She claimed that her mother-in-law then responded that her breasts would get "huge from the baby." 5The woman had been told she was infertileCredit: TikTok 5Many believe the MIL reincarnated in...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — There’s a new boot ban in Chicago’s 1st Ward. After Ald. Daniel La Spata got tired of complaints about private companies booting cars, he and the City Council approved an ordinance to stop it. The trouble is, the city botched the beginning of the ban. Check out the mess CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas tries to unravel. READ MORE: Cruise Lines Resuming Trips With Reduced Capacity, New COVID Restrictions Baby Jules isn’t the only little one keeping Karyl Allanic busy. She parked in a lot in Wicker Park last week and hurried up to her friend’s nearby condo to pick up a toy for her baby Jules. Allanic said she was in such a rush she didn’t see the warning signs about parking enforcement for non-customers. When she came back, her car had been booted. “I’m a labor and delivery nurse at UIC, and I was on my way to my shift,” Allanic said. “This is the last thing i need on my plate.” She paid the $170 fee to Innovative Parking Solutions and got the...
    The former daughter-in-law Allen Weisselberg said Thursday that he evicted her from her apartment as revenge for her saying the Trump Organization CFO would turn on the former president 'Yesterday I was served to leave my apartment within the next seven days,' Jennifer Weisselberg told CNN's 'New Day' in a Thursday morning interview. 'It's a threat,' she added, explaining that Allen is on her lease. When asked why she thinks she is being kicked out, Jennifer said: 'I guess I'm not wrong about the information I'm giving.' Trump CFO's former daughter-in-law Jennifer Weisselberg told CNN Thursday that Allen is kicking her out of her Manhattan apartment as retaliation for her speaking out about the investigation. 'It's a threat,' she said. 'I guess I'm not wrong about the information I'm giving' NEW: Jennifer Weisselberg, former daughter-in-law of Trump Org CFO Allen Weisselberg, says her father-in-law is evicting her from her apartment as retribution. "Yesterday I was served to leave my apartment within the next seven days. It's a threat." pic.twitter.com/KL23LscrcR— Alli Hedges Maser (@AllisonLHedges) May 27, 2021 Jennifer said Allen,...
    The United States was engaged in a “power grab” that breached international law by trying to regulate Meng Wanzhou’s conduct in Hong Kong, the Huawei Technologies executive’s lawyer told her extradition hearing on Tuesday. Lawyer Gib van Ert said the judge presiding over the case, and not Canada’s justice minister, must decide whether the US had jurisdiction to bring its fraud case against Meng. “It’s not a matter that you may leave to someone else. It is a legal determination. It is a question you must answer,” lawyer Gib van Ert told Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, as he pressed the case that the US has no right to prosecute Meng under international law, and Holmes must therefore throw out the bid for her extradition to New York. Do you have questions about the biggest topics and trends from around the world? Get the answers with SCMP Knowledge, our new platform of curated content with explainers, FAQs, analyses and infographics brought to you by our award-winning team. The case showed that the US...
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey parents must be notified if their minor child is caught buying or possessing marijuana under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Friday. Murphy, a Democrat, signed the legislation a day after the Democrat-led Legislature passed what lawmakers called a “cleanup” bill to correct last month’s law setting up the new recreational marijuana marketplace. It inexplicably and explicitly barred police from telling parents whether their children were unlawfully found in possession of marijuana. READ MORE: Armed Security Officers Working Under Homeland Security Contractor Say Theyve Been Given Broken, Unsafe Equipment Lawmakers moved the bill after what they said was an onslaught from constituents protesting the prohibition against parental notification. Murphy didn’t offer any statement or explanation for why the change was necessary, nor did the bill’s sponsors explain how the prohibition came to be included in the February law. Republicans needled the Democratic majority for “coming to our senses” and passing the new legislation. Even though there was no opposition to the cleanup bill, it still didn’t go far enough in fixing the...
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Parents must be notified if their minor child unlawfully possesses or buys marijuana under a bill lawmakers advanced Wednesday, not even a month since Gov. Phil Murphy signed cannabis legislation that explicitly prohibited parental notification. The measure appears to be on a fast track, coming after concerns that the law left parents in the dark. Spokespeople for Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and Senate President Steve Sweeney said they support the measure, and Murphy, a fellow Democrat, said earlier this month that he supported the idea of parental notification. READ MORE: McGillins Ale House Welcoming Customers For Socially Distant St. Patricks Day Celebration Democratic Assemblyman Herb Conaway, the bill’s primary sponsor, said the measure would “better align the (marijuana law) with the sensibilities of the people of New Jersey. Republican Minority Leader Jon Bramnick congratulated Democrats for recognizing they “made a mistake” with the original bill. “In my history in politics this was the dumbest law I’ve ever seen by far,” he said in an interview after the hearing. “Under what circumstance would you want an underage...
    A WOMAN has shared harrowing stories of her ‘monster-in-law’, revealing she hijacked her pregnancy announcement and tried to come on their honeymoon.  The mum, called Cari, shared toe-curling stories of her husband’s mum’s ‘toxic’ behaviour on TikTok. 9A woman has shared cringeworthy stories from her 'toxic' mother-in-lawCredit: TikTok She branded her the ‘mother-in-law from hell' who tried to derail their relationship  - before they even got married. The mum-of-three said: “You truly don’t have a monster-in-law unless she threw a fit before, during or after your wedding.  “Mine told everyone we were expecting even though we were not, because we decided to elope and have nobody attend except a witness. “My husband and I have both been married prior, so we just wanted something small and we did it.” 9The mum claimed her mother-in-law announced her pregnancy before she didCredit: TikTok She claims her mother-in-law completely blanked out the first marriage from her memory.  Cari continued: “And then she proceeded to lie to me and tell me that her son deserved a big wedding because he’s never been married before,...
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    A MUM has revealed how her mother-in-law ruined her pregnancy announcement, by sharing the news herself on social media. Taking to TikTok, user Morgan Lee revealed how her ‘monster-in-law’ sneakily shared the news that she was expecting. 2Morgan Lee revealed how her mother-in-law ruined her pregnancy announcement Speaking in the video, Morgan explains: “A week after my fiance was arrested, because he was being naughty, you know, whatever, he’s good now. “A week afterward I found out I was pregnant and I told his mum, I hadn’t told any of my family yet because I was just scared.” Morgan explains that upon hearing the news, her MIL asked her to send over pictures of her pregnancy tests. The then mum-to-be was confused as she’s “not a liar” but sent her mum snaps of the positive tests as requested. 2Her mother-in-law shared snaps of her positive pregnancy tests on Facebook - before Morgan even had a chance to tell her family Continuing, Morgan explained: “Not even five minutes later I get a ping from Facebook saying I was tagged in a...
    DOG owners in Germany have been told they must walk their pets at least twice every day. New laws state that all pooches must get a least one hours exercise a day and cannot be chained up for hours at a time. 2A dog owner with her pooch passes a flower stand at a market in BerlinCredit: Reuters Regulations are also being devised to crack down on "puppy farms" by banning breeders from having more than three litters at a time. "Pets are not cuddly toys, their needs have to be taken into account," said Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner while introucing the changes. A draft of the new rules has already been drawn up and is poised to come into force within months. The move has unleashed a heated debate on whether or not the state can decide what is best for the country's 9.4 million pet dogs. With almost one in five German homes owning a hound the new 'Animal Welfare Dog Regulation', affects millions. 2 A woman runs with her dog in the pouring rain in JuistCredit: AP:Associated...
    State Troopers are being warned to abandon certain defensive tactics while stationed in the Big Apple for fear of being prosecuted under the city’s newly passed chokehold law  — but if they’re outside the five boroughs, those banned techniques are still allowed. An email sent to the roughly 4,000 members of the state police says the bill signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio last week has led to a conditional prohibition on the use of various “techniques that are currently taught [troopers] in the Defensive Tactics curriculum.” They include “carotid restraint,” “knee on chest/back,” “prone handcuffing while straddling subject” and “any technique involving the neck.” “These techniques are ONLY banned for use in NYC,” New York State Trooper Col. Joseph Tripodo wrote in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by The Post. About 200 troopers and investigators are assigned to work in the Big Apple’s Troop NYC, which is headquartered in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and Chief of Department Terence Monahan have both criticized provisions in the law, saying they ignored the realities of...
    State Troopers are being warned to abandon certain defensive tactics while stationed in the Big Apple for fear of being prosecuted under the city’s newly passed chokehold law  — but if they’re outside the five boroughs, those banned techniques are still allowed. An email sent to the roughly 4,000 members of the state police says the bill signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio last week has led to a conditional prohibition on the use of various “techniques that are currently taught [troopers] in the Defensive Tactics curriculum.” They include “carotid restraint,” “knee on chest/back,” “prone handcuffing while straddling subject” and “any technique involving the neck.” “These techniques are ONLY banned for use in NYC,” New York State Trooper Col. Joseph Tripodo wrote in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by The Post. About 200 troopers and investigators are assigned to work in the Big Apple’s Troop NYC, which is headquartered in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and Chief of Department Terence Monahan have both criticized provisions in the law, saying they ignored the realities of violent...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Westchester County is telling its police officers to cease law enforcement activity in New York City.It comes after Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a series of police reforms into law, including a chokehold ban that also bans sitting or kneeling on a suspect's chest or back during an arrest.Officers from Westchester often find themselves in the city as part of an investigation.The Westchester County Police Department says the new law opens officers up to face charges for action consistent with their training.In a memo from the Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester a portion reads, "For these reasons, the Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester (APA) is offering the following advice to all police officers in Westchester County regarding law enforcement activities in the five boroughs of NYC...DON'T!The APA is strongly advising all police officers in Westchester County to avoid any law enforcement activity in New York City if at all possible. We are also calling on all local Police Chiefs and Commissioners to join us in this message. We cannot have our police officers held criminally or...
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