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    MANDY ROSE has revealed her on-screen WWE romance with Otis was her idea and says her real-life boyfriend has no problem with it. God’s Greatest Creation and Mr Money in the Bank’s relationship was one of the feel-good moments of last month’s Wrestlemania 36. 4 Mandy Rose has lifted the lid on her relationship with OtisCredit: Instagram @mandysacs 4 The WWE star has revealed how her real-life boyfriend feels over her on-screen romanceCredit: Instagram @mandysacs The pair were at the centre of one of WWE’s hottest storylines of the year after the lovable powerhouse finally got the girl at the Showcase of the Immortals. Following months of twists, Otis sealed his romance with a kiss as Rose took out former partner Sonya Deville and the conniving Dolph Ziggler before being carried in the arms of her new man. And Rose, real name Amanda Rose Saccomanno, has now revealed the story behind her relationship was her idea. Speaking to TVSeriesHub, the 29-year-old said: “Otis always was around in NXT and posting pics of me and talking about how much he liked...
    An Arkansas woman has revealed how she escaped her controlling pastor husband and the fundamentalist Baptist community she grew up in seven years ago and built a life of her own in New York City.  Detra shared her incredible story on the popular social media account Humans of New York last week. In a series of 15 posts, she opened up about her strict upbringing and how she was expected to be submissive wife.  'We were Fundamental Baptists. Southern Baptists are the ones you see on the news for being so conservative, but Fundamental Baptists are much more conservative than that,' she explained.  A woman named Detra opened up about she left her Baptist pastor husband and built a life of her own in a series of posts shared by Humans of New York She was raised in a fundamentalist Baptist family and wasn't allowed to watch TV or even dance when she was growing up Detra read romance novels as an escape, and she fantasized about meeting a man who would look at her the way the men on the covers...
    The morning after her wedding to the man who had proven his devotion to her by giving up the throne, the Duchess of Windsor woke up to find her husband 'standing beside the bed with this innocent smile, saying, 'And now what do we do?' As she later told the American writer Gore Vidal: 'My heart sank. Here was someone whose every day had been arranged for him all his life and now I was the one who was going to take the place of the entire British government, trying to think up things for him to do.' The day before, at the Duke and Duchess's wedding in France in 1937, friends had noticed how cold her behaviour was towards him. So it is perhaps not surprising that she soon began her first post-marital affair.  Unknown to Wallis, her meetings with her lover were being logged by the British Secret Service, who'd been asked by the Government to keep an eye on both her and the Duke of Windsor. Soon, the affair was fuelling high-society gossip. The diarist Chips Channon...
    Courtney Love is giving her support to Johnny Depp amid the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star's ongoing legal drama with ex-wife Amber Heard - saying he once saved her life by performing CPR when she overdosed at a nightclub. In the video, which she shared to her Instagram page, Love also offers some sympathy to Heard in saying she was also once 'the most hated woman in the world.' The message comes as Depp continues to do battle with Heard in a Virginia courtroom, where he's suing his former wife for $50 million over a 2018 op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post.  Heard is countersuing Depp for $100 million in damages. She has accused Depp of sexually assaulting her in the aftermath of an alcohol fueled argument.  Love, 57, posted a series of videos on May 21 about how Depp once came to her rescue outside of his Viper Room nightclub in 1995 - just one year after her husband, the legendary Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, took his own life.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by...
    Originally published on May 3 MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Emily Richter and her husband, Bryce, couldn’t wait to see their baby during her prenatal anatomy scan. READ MORE: The Legacy Of Racially Restrictive Covenants In The Twin Cities“We were excited first time parents,” Richter said. “We were excited to find out she was a girl, I had this feeling she was a girl.” The ultrasound confirmed the baby was a girl. But during that routine appointment on March 13 of 2020, their lives changed forever. (credit: CBS) “You could see the tech she was quiet, she was suddenly quiet,” Richter said. “They got to her head, she turned the whole machine off and said I need to get your OB.” Richter’s daughter was diagnosed with a serious birth defect called anencephaly, which causes a baby to grow without parts of the brain and skull. Babies with the condition are stillborn or die shortly after birth. There was also a hole in this baby’s heart. Richter was 19 weeks pregnant. “We were devastated,” Richter said. “It’s still the worst news...
    SANTA CRUZ —  It began as a whimsical notion that occurred to Angelica Glass during a bubble bath: She would walk every street in Santa Cruz County. She had no idea it would unearth her past and change how she experienced life. She started each walk from her home in this beach town where she has lived all her life. She noticed spiraling vines of wild cucumber dripping down fences and how they would bounce back like a spring if she pulled them. She paused in front of garage doors painted with geometric patterns and studied the quirky metal sculptures on Hanover Street. She noted tree houses, graveyards, rope swings. She made lists of favorite road names, such as Easy Street, Squid Row and Young Love Avenue. As she wandered, her mind went on its own rambles, throwing up odd memories. She recalled herself as a little girl, stepping over a low fence and squeezing behind a hedge where each day she found a brown paper bag holding a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. It was cut on the diagonal,...
    Weeks after Will Smith's overshadowed Oscar win for his starring role in King Richard, Serena Williams has shared her plans for a sequel — and this time, it would tell her story rather than that of her dad. King Richard focuses on the story of her father, and how he put Serena, 40, and her sister Venus, 41, on the path to tennis greatness — but 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena thinks future films could pick off where this one left off. There would certainly be plenty of material.  'Venus goes in her direction, and I go in my direction. It's two completely different stories,' Serena told Insider, adding that there would be a lot drama in her screenplay. 'I had a rough journey,' she said. 'I didn't do well and then I did. It's a lot of drama. It's a telenovela.' 'I had a rough journey,' Serena Williams said of her life in a new interview. 'I didn't do well and then I did. It's a lot of drama. It's a telenovela' She says she thinks the film King Richard,...
    The phone rings and the caller needs no introduction. The hybrid accent — flecked with vowels that fall somewhere between Moscow and Manhattan, via Berlin — gives her away; it smacks of fancy finishing schools, trust funds and a leisured and affluent lifestyle. But there's another instantly identifiable element to this telephone call: it's preceded by a pre-recorded message which announces that it's coming from a prison — the Orange County Correctional Facility in upstate New York, to be precise. And the caller? Her name is Anna Sorokin — best known to the world as Anna Delvey — the notorious fake German heiress and convicted trickster who was jailed in 2019 for a series of jaw-dropping frauds that scandalised New York's wealthy art scene. Posing as a glamorous — and highly plausible — art lover and socialite, she had spent ten months duping banks, law firms, hotels, fashion designers, a private jet company and supposed friends out of £211,000 after arriving in the U.S. in 2017. The world was gripped by her month-long trial. Jurors heard how she'd taken up...
    Rita Moreno said she 'tried to end her life' after being 'mistreated' by Marlon Brando. The 90-year-old actress - who is known for playing the role of Anita in original film version of West Side Story from 1961 - claimed that while her eight-year relationship with late Hollywood icon Marlon Brando in the 1950s was 'exciting', he was a 'bad guy' towards women. 'Ultimately, it was exciting to be with Marlon,' said the dancer. 'Oh, my God, it was exciting. He was extraordinary in many, many ways, but he was a bad guy.' Her difficult past: Rita Moreno said she 'tried to end her life' after being 'mistreated' by Marlon Brando. Seen in December 2021 in Los Angeles Brando was one of the biggest stars in the 1950s and 1960s. He is best known for the films On The Waterfront and The Godfather. Marlon died in 2004 at the age of 80. The beauty then said: 'He was a bad guy when it came to women. I was such a different person then. I had all the makings of a doormat....
    The relative of a trooper who killed herself days after her boyfriend committed suicide leaving their six week old baby son orphaned likened the double tragedy to a 'Romeo and Juliette'-type story and says the couple is now 'together forever.' The family's heartbreaking chain of events began New Year's Eve, when Florida cop Clayton Osteen attempted suicide shortly before midnight. The 24-year-old died two days later in hospital. His girlfriend Victoria Pacheco, 23, took her own life within days. The couple, both deputies at the St. Lucie Sheriff's office, left behind an infant son called Jayce, who was born on November 22.  'My heart is so sad I thought I was hurting before I lost my beautiful granddaughter,'  Pacheco's grandmother, Bernice Bartolini, said on Facebook. 'Tragic Romeo and Juliet story. They are now together forever. 'This loss is so painful ... Victoria and I were very close when I lived in Florida, she was there for me. I wish I could have been there for her. My insides are being torn apart, my heart hurts so bad.'  Bernice Bartolini (left)...
    From Hawaii to Bali and the ski-slopes of Perisher, 26-year-old Jimmy Antram has seen plenty of the world.  But it has all been from the vantage point of his mother's back. Fulfilling a promise she made to herself as a 17-year-old first-time mum to give her disabled son the best life she possibly could, Niki Antram has spent years travelling the globe with Jimmy clinging to her shoulders.  She had already planned their next adventure - a trip to Canada - when Covid struck and international borders closed. At 43, she's wary that she isn't getting any younger and it's getting more and more exhausting to carry Jimmy on her back during their travels.  Jimmy was born with physical and mental disabilities, including blindness, and requires round the clock care from Ms Antram and his support workers. Niki Antram carries her son, Jimmy, on her back for their adventures. Picture by Matthew Evans with Luna Productions in Coolum on the Sunshine Coast, exploring their own backyard When Nicole Antram fell pregnant at 17, she had no illusions that her life would...
    Today, Dr. Oz speaks to Denise Huskins, the victim of a kidnapping so outrageous even the police called it a complete fabrication, and she was dubbed “the real-life Gone Girl.”  Denise opens up about her horrific experience being held captive for two days and how she felt when her husband became the prime suspect.  Denise Huskins tells Dr. Oz how she felt when authorities thought she orchestrated her own kidnapping.   Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 9 a.m. on CBS 62. Related
    The night that Andre Bauma found Ndakasi 14 years ago, he saved her from certain death — cradling her to his chest and sheltering her from a torrential rainstorm. On the last night of her life, he hugged her to his chest again for hours. After a long illness, two weeks ago the teenage mountain gorilla lay dying and nothing the vets could do in Virunga, Africa’s oldest national park, would save her. Her last photograph is bitterly sad. Exhausted, her eyes glazed and mouth open struggling for breath, she presses one ear to Andre’s chest, perhaps to hear the comforting sound of his heart. One hand clutches at his overalls, the other holds on to his boot. Though his face is partly hidden by a mask, the expression on Andre’s face is bereft. He seems both disbelieving and resigned, aware that he is about to lose the animal he loves like a child and yet too grief-stricken to accept it. Her last photograph is bitterly sad. Exhausted, her eyes glazed and mouth open struggling for breath, she presses one...
    Monica Lewinsky has opened up about the pain and embarrassment she felt while watching her affair with former President Bill Clinton come to life on the small screen for a new drama series that tracks the circumstances of their relationship - and the sensational scandal that it caused.  The 48-year-old, who served as a producer for Impeachment: American Crime Story, confessed that - despite willingly signing on to help with the creation of the show - she found it incredibly difficult to watch 'some of the worst moments of her life' be dredged up for the whole world to see.   Appearing on the Today show on Tuesday morning, hours before the FX series is due to premiere, Lewinsky spoke out about the struggles she faced while 'wearing two hats' - that of the show's producer and that of its main subject.   'As a producer, I'm very proud. I'm really proud of the project of the show,' she told Savannah Guthrie.  'As a subject, I'm nervous. You know, I'm nervous for people to see some of the worst moments of my...
    A frontline nurse has shared her heartbreak over losing a 14-year-old patient who died of COVID-19 after her anti-vaxxer parents forbid doctors from intubating her.  Twitter user @Jessicam6946, who is a nurse practitioner in the intensive care unit, revealed in a recent thread that they had four patients die of COVID in one shift, saying each of their deaths could have been prevented if they had been vaccinated.   'Tonight I helplessly held the hand of and stroked the hair of a beautiful 14-year-old girl as she exited this world. She was looking forward to starting high school and eventually becoming a veterinarian. It was so senseless!' she tweeted on Saturday.   Heartbreaking: Twitter user @Jessicam6946, who is a nurse practitioner in the intensive care unit, revealed in a thread that they had four patients die of COVID in one shift (Stock Image) Terrible loss: She explained that one of the losses was a 14-year-old girl whose anti-vaxxer parents refused to let doctors intubate her when she took a turn for the worse...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — “On a bright blue September morning, I was sent on a suicide mission.” READ MORE: Pennsylvania Lottery: Powerball Adding Extra Monday Drawing Starting On August 23 An amazing story of heroism in her own words. On that fateful day, US Air Force fighter pilot Lieutenant Heather Penney was ready to give up her life to protect others. Lt. Penney shared her story at the Heinz History Center yesterday. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Diocese Urging Mask-Wearing, Vaccinations For Catholics She spoke on how she jumped into the cockpit without ammo or missiles to hunt down United Flight 93. The mission would have meant her death — Lieutenant Penney would ram into the aircraft. After learning that Flight 93 went down in Shanksville, Penney’s mission changed to protect Air Force One’s flight back to Washington DC. “In the years since that bright blue morning, I’ve come to realize heroism isn’t something unique or possessed by only a chosen few. The passengers on Flight 93 proved that to me,” she said. MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Humid,...
    Five-and-a-half years after a former Hooters waitress named Zola went viral with an epic 148-tweet tale about stripping, prostitution, pimps, and trafficking, her wild ride of a story has been turned into a feature film, which is released in cinemas today. In a lengthy tale posted to Twitter in 2015, A'Ziah King, known as Zola, from Detroit, told of meeting a girl named Jess while she was waiting tables at Hooters, and how after 'vibing over our hoeism' the two left for Florida the following day where Jess had sex with upwards of 20 men in one night for money and her boyfriend Jarrett attempted suicide. The entire time the two were working for a pimp named Z, who she claimed she later learned was wanted for murder and kidnapping.  The movie Zola premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and stars actress Taylour Paige in the titular role, and Riley Keough as a supporting character. Speaking to the BBC, director Janicza Bravo explained: 'I wanted to portray sex work as work, and I wanted to also tell a story about women who...
    LOS ANGELES -- The 2021 Oscars made history with a record number of diverse nominations. In a similar vein, some nods were given to films that told the hidden stories of historically underrepresented communities that are often overlooked and ignored by mainstream media.Director Sophia Nahli Allison's Oscar-nominated documentary short, "A Love Song for Latasha," explores the hidden story behind the life of Latasha Harlins.The 1992 headlines on Harlins' murder at the hands of a Los Angeles convenience store owner told the story of a Black 15-year-old's death and how it later served as a catalyst for the Los Angeles riots.Allison's short, instead, reimagines Latasha's life through the lens of her cousin and best friend."This was a young girl with dreams, with aspirations, with a full life ahead of her. Latasha's story has really been dismissed, it's really been erased from this archive, and I wanted to rebirth these memories, rebirth this story of who she was," Allison said.FULL LIST: 2021 Oscar nominees EMBED More News Videos David Fincher's "Mank" led nominations to the 93rd Oscars with 10 nods, and for...
    Joanne Molinaro, 41, a TikTok star who runs The Korean Vegan food blog, always embeds a life lesson into each new cooking video. Her therapeutic voice could move someone to tears or heal a broken heart and she uses that same voice to discuss racism, misogyny, body image, and more. "They say that true love lasts forever," Molinaro said in a recent TikTok video, staring into the camera with a knife in her hand. "Wrong." She shoved the sharp blade into a vegan egg roll. "One day you're going to give your trust to someone who doesn't deserve it."  She went on to shape the rice into a tiny oval as she spoke about the power and beauty of love. By the end of the 60-second TikTok video, a plate of beautifully wrapped egg sushi was ready, and she invited me to have a bite as I wiped off my tears. Molinaro has been sharing recipes and family stories since 2016, but her fame largely came from TikTok, where she has amassed over two million followers in recent months....
    She was one half of punk's most famous couple whose life came to a violent end in a seedy New York hotel room. Now the story of Sid Vicious' girlfriend Nancy Spungen, who was stabbed to death at the age of 20, will be introduced to a new generation of viewers in a six-part TV biopic about the Sex Pistols from Oscar-winner Danny Boyle. Photos released yesterday from the set of Pistol show up-and-coming actress Emma Appleton, who plays Nancy, stumbling in fishnet tights down a dreary London street arm-in-arm with the actor playing guitarist Steve Jones.  Jones, whose memoirs provides the basis for the series, claims to have had sex with Nancy, but it is for her relationship with hell-raiser Vicious, the violence-obsessed face of the punk rock movement, for which she will be forever remembered. Nancy's body was discovered in the the bathroom of the New York hotel room they shared in October 1978, months after the Sex Pistols fell apart. The notorious case ended with Vicious being charged with his girlfriend’s murder – but dying of a heroin overdose before...
    Could there be a Cardi B biopic on the horizon? E! is set to release a “True Hollywood Story” episode about the Grammy winner next week, and she distanced herself from it on Twitter. “I love E! And I always been grateful for all the love but I did not approve of the E Hollywood story,” she wrote, “My life is my story. How can someone tell my story without asking me.” But she suggested there could be an authorized movie about her life on the cards. “I would love to tell my story myself when I’m ready,” she wrote, “I been thru & been influenced by a lot of bad sh-t since a teenager That when I’m ready I will like to talk about.” The E! episode is set to air March 15th. It’ll certainly have plenty to cover. The 28-year-old rapper went from being a stripper to become the first female rapper to achieve a diamond single award from the Record Industry Association of America for her record “Bodak Yellow.”  The record sold over 10 million copies...
    A brutal, isolating year leads to baffling battles between good and evil Obama Presidential Center Is Expected to Break Ground in August: ‘A Space for the Community’ Jen Silverman explores the reality of creating art in her darkly comedic debut We Play Ourselves Playwright Cass is in a horrible spot when We Play Ourselves begins. In Jen Silverman's new novel, we meet the protagonist as she rebuilds her life in Los Angeles after running away from New York and a career-ruining mistake. As readers uncover what she's done, they follow her as she tries to rebuild. We Play Ourselves examines failure, starting over, and a creative's life through a fierce queer artist. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Dane Laffrey; Penguin Random House Having been in the United States but raised in several countries, Silverman finds the conversation about art versus commodification within the country fascinating. "Inside all of these different mediums there's a constant balance between how we make art and how we sell art," Silverman explains. "The book sprung from my personal experience as a playwright in theater,...
    72 Cheap Gifts (That Actually Look Expensive) for Everyone on Your List Breaking down the college football conference races, from A to not-so-easy Corinne Foxx on Why Dad Jamie Doesnt Visit Her on Set of Her Movies (Exclusive) © ET Corinne Foxx is opening up about what it's like to be in the same industry as her father, Jamie Foxx. The 26-year-old actress, who co-hosted Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, candidly revealed why her dad "has never been on set" of any of her movies. "I think he likes to give me kind of a little bit of space to do my thing," Corinne told ET's Kevin Frazier. "And you know him. He's a big personality on set." However, it's probably a good thing that Jamie didn't come to the set of Corinne's latest film, Safety, as she shares plenty of onscreen kisses with her co-star, Jay Reeves. The movie is based on the true life story of Ray McElrathbey, a former Clemson University football player who secretly raised his little brother on campus while their mom was in rehab. "Honestly it was an honor for...
    Shirley Jackson liked to recount how she got the idea for the story that shocked America while she was out doing the family grocery shopping one morning. She worked out the plot on her way home, plonked her toddler daughter in her playpen, put away the groceries and sat down to bash it out on her typewriter. It was completed by noon, when her older daughter was finished at kindergarten. When the short story, The Lottery, appeared in the rarefied pages of The New Yorker magazine in June 1948, it caused consternation — thousands of readers wrote in outrage, hundreds cancelling their subscriptions.  And it wasn’t just Americans who were appalled; the story was actually banned in South Africa, where the apartheid government considered it an insidious assault on tradition. Shirley, a biographical drama about her life and weird relationship with her husband, is about to open in the UK, with Elisabeth Moss (star of Mad Men and The Handmaid’s Tale) in the title role For the lottery in question, held each year since time immemorial in an apparently...
    A brave young woman has revealed how her life changed overnight following an attempt to take her own life after she was raped.  Sarah Marino, 22, from Delaware, Ohio, attempted suicide by jumping off the roof of a parking garage on August 10, 2017, when she was 19-years-old, following a string of undiagnosed and untreated mental health disorders. While the part-time student at Ohio State University survived the incident, she was left with a traumatic brain injury, an incomplete spinal cord injury, and a broken back, while her legs, feet, and pelvis were so badly damaged that she required a number of intensive surgeries. Recovery: Rape victim Sarah Marino, 22, was left with horrific injuries after she tried to take her own life by jumping off the roof of a parking garage, one year after she was assaulted  Changes: The Delaware native was left with a traumatic brain injury, an incomplete spinal cord injury, and a broken back, while her legs, feet, and pelvis were also badly damaged Shocking: Sarah's suicide attempt came after years of silent...
    Tatiana Maslany has managed to enter the MCU with her role as She-Hulk. The Canadian actress is the newest superhero on the block who is eager and excited to start filming for her next Marvel drama. The superhero series will air on Disney+ though it’s actual release date is still being discussed. Mark Ruffalo earlier welcomed his reel-life sister as She-Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and her entry prompted us to go back in time and witness some of her best performances as an actress. She’s an Emmy winning actress who bagged her award for Orphan Black, a Canadian sci-fi thriller series. While she has prominently worked in major Canadian productions, her work in Hollywood is equally admirable. And before she gears up to don her superhero avatar, let’s have a quick look at all her major releases that proved her mettle as an actress. Orphan Black Tatiana plays Susan Manning who witnesses the suicide of a girl who looks just like her. She decides to assume her identity but soon discovers a compelling conspiracy that...
    India is on unlock mode right now after five months of impasse owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film industry has also started to resume work gingerly. Everyone’s returning to their workplace and Sara Ali Khan went back to the first love of her life. If you are wondering who it is, let us tell you it’s not a Who but Where? Sara has resumed work and her first love, by her own admission, is the camera. She posted an insta story which shows that she is on the sets but we aren’t quite clear which movie is she shooting or is it at all a movie. It could well be a shoot for a commercial but whatever it is the shoots have begun for the actress as well. Sara Ali Khan Will Drive Away Your Monday Blues With Her Gorgeous Pool Picture (View Post) The industry has been on a standstill since the last week of March when nothing was shot. Theatres have still not reopened so no screenings there too. Television shows started there shoot by this month...
    Juliana Paes hits the screens of Univision with the production of “Sweet ambition“, Where he gives life to María de la Paz. The Brazilian soap opera on TV Globo was a resounding success in its native country captivating millions every day and with its arrival in the United States it intends to do the same. Just days after its launch, we were able to speak with the protagonist of this story who told us how surprising the success of the series was. “It was a big surprise because it is a simple story, it doesn’t have anything complicated,” Juliana told us. “It is a story of a woman struggling to survive alone in the big city. With her strength of will she becomes a great businesswoman and builds a great empire with her daughter ”. “The way the story is told and how it is written became something special for the audience and I hope the same will happen in the United States.” María de la Paz is a pastry chef who is very successful in business 20 years after...
    The survivor of a brutal attack is finally on the road to recovery and undergoing reconstructive surgery in California. Atsede Niguse was at her mother's house in the village of Adigrat, in northern Ethiopia, while she sought a divorce from her estranged husband. One night, in July 2017, he crept out from behind a bush and threw battery acid in Niguse's face while she stood at the door, disfiguring her and blinding her. After hearing the story, Menbere Aklilu, who lives in the Bay Area, helped Niguse obtain a humanitarian visa and escorted her to the US to seek treatment. Niguse is being helped by several organizations pro bono including Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and Face Forward as they help reconstruct her nose, mouth and eyes, and hopefully help her regain some sight. She hopes her story can inspire other women to speak out about their own domestic abuse and leave before it's too late.  Atsede Niguse had battery acid thrown at her by her estranged husband, whom she was seeking a divorce from, in Ethiopia in July 2017....
    Dharma and Greg actress Jenna Elfman melted the hearts of her 145,000 Instagram followers after posting a photo of her son Story on his birthday, adding an affectionate message where she gushed about how much she loved her eldest boy. Though Elfman generally keeps details about her two children private, she appeared to make a rare exception as the occasion marks her son’s ascent into teenage-dom. In honor of the big day, Elfman posted what looks to be a throwback shot of the two of them goofing around outside. The actress was dressed casually in a denim jacket and matching jeans, along with a black top and a yellow beanie that added a fun pop of color. Meanwhile, the newly-minted teenager wore a bright green puffer jacket along with black pants. The two sweetly posed huddled together during a walk outside. Elfman bent down slightly as she wrapped her arm around the youngster, while Story teased his mom by giving her bunny ears. In her caption, Elfman expressed her shock that her child was now a teenager, before writing out...
    An attractive young horse trainer in the Netherlands, a female politician in the Caribbean and a bestselling author who had become unaccountably cold and secretive with his wife and long-time collaborator.  Art historian Blythe Brown knew the clues were hidden in plain sight if she could only break the code... Now she insists she has. This week, the ex-wife of thriller writer Dan Brown filed a jaw-dropping lawsuit against the author of The Da Vinci Code, accusing him of living a 'proverbial life of lies'. But the 'secret double life' is, sadly, more prosaic than the complex mysteries revealed in The Da Vinci Code, published in 2003 and one of the most successful books ever written. She hasn't discovered — spoiler alert! — that 56-year-old Brown is the secret descendant of Jesus Christ's heretical union with Mary Magdalene (a plot at the heart of his most famous tome).  This week, the ex-wife of thriller writer Dan Brown, art historian Blythe Brown, filed a jaw-dropping lawsuit against the author of The Da Vinci Code, accusing him of living a 'proverbial life...
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