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    Mark and Donnie Wahlberg have announced the passing of their mother Alma. The brothers paid tribute to their late mother following her passing at age 78 on Instagram on Saturday morning. Mark posted a beaming photo of his 'angel' while Donnie remembered their late mother with a heartfelt video montage and statement.  'Rest in peace': Mark and Donnie Wahlberg have announced the passing of their mother Alma 'My angel. Rest in peace,' Mark captioned the photo, sparking an outpouring of well-wishes from followers. Donnie remembered the happy memories he had of his mother with a touching video tribute and lengthy statement.    'I'm so blessed to have been brought into this world by, raised by, taught by and set on my life's path by, such an amazing woman,' Donnie captioned the video. 'My mom Alma's joy for life, love and people — combined with a pride in her humble beginnings...
    (CNN)One week before President Joe Biden signed a proclamation honoring Transgender Day of Visibility, Dr. Rachel Levine became the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the Senate. As a physician who cares for transgender patients and the sister of a transgender man, I have celebrated these important milestones. But I also know that the freedom to be visible cannot be equally shared across the transgender community until it is equally protected. The privilege of visibility depends on how safe you will be -- in your job, in your housing, even in your person -- once you come out. When transgender patients tell me stories of trauma -- of being spit on by strangers on the street, of tuning out slurs hurled at them on the bus, of being raped -- I wonder how we can expect them to speak out. Anti-trans hate runs deep in this country,...
    A woman whose Army veteran brother murdered their parents before shooting himself after a lengthy battle with PTSD has recalled the heart-breaking moment she learned that her entire family was dead.    Danielle Lear, 43, from Pennsylvania, had planned to meet for drinks with her brother Jesse Northrup, then 32, on that day in June 2019 - but he failed to show up. Instead, she received a devastating call from her aunt who told her that he had murdered their mother, Candy Bidlack, then 60, step-dad, Edwin Bidlack, then 54, and family friend, Johnnie Johnson, then 48, and was holed up inside their family home.  Mother-of-four Danielle rushed to her parents' home, where she pleaded with Jesse to give himself up. Moments later, he sent her a text message reading 'hey' before turning the gun on himself.  Now, Danielle is speaking out about the horrific murder-suicide that claimed her closest relatives in...
    Farhan Towhid, 19 (pictured), and his 21-year-old brother allegedly carried out a murder-suicide that killed their sister, parents and grandmother in Texas over the weekend  A suspected murder-suicide has left six members of one family dead in suburban Dallas after police say two brothers had made a pact to kill their relatives and then themselves. One of the brothers, aged 19, detailed the deadly plan in a rambling six-page suicide note that was posted online, in which he talked at length about his years-long battle with depression and self-harm, expressed anger at the latter seasons of the TV sitcom The Office, and ranted about inadequate gun control in the US.   Officers with the Allen Police Department responded to a home in the 1500 block of Pine Bluff Drive at around 1am on Monday after receiving a call requesting a welfare check. The call came from a friend who was...
    Dear Quentin, Both my parents recently died of COVID-19. They have a few bank accounts and own their home outright, and were not in debt. I have 5 older living siblings, and one that has died with two living sons. My parents did not leave a will or any instructions about what to do in case of their death. My siblings and I do not agree on anything, so we have not moved forward with probate. “ ‘One of my brothers lives in the home rent free. My mother loaned my other brother $35,000 for his down payment on his mobile home.’ ” One of my brothers lives in the home rent free. My mother loaned my other brother $35,000 for his down payment on his mobile home. He now says it was a gift, and he does not have to pay it back. There are...
    A WOMAN sexually abused from the age of eight by her mum and brother had to dig up her dead baby to finally get justice. Maureen Wood suffered years of abuse at the hands of her family and fell pregnant when she was just 13. 8Maureen Wood suffered years of abuse at the hands of her family She kept her horrific childhood abuse a secret for three decades before bravely going to the police. The mother-of-five finally saw her attackers - her mother Maureen senior, stepfather John Wood, and brother John Donnelly - jailed in 2011. But it was only after the body of the baby son she had given birth to almost 30 years earlier - who suffered a cot death - was exhumed. DNA testing proved he had been fathered by Maureen's brother Donnelly as a result of rape. Maureen, now 50, said: "The minute I went...
    Prince William says he has not spoken to his brother since Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. The prince, who is second in line to the throne, broke his silence during a visit to an east London school Thursday morning. In response to a question from Sky News, he said: “We are very much not a racist family.” When asked if he had spoken to his brother yet, William replied: “I haven’t spoken to him yet but I plan to.” The Sussexes made a series of astonishing claims about their time as working royals during the interview with Oprah, including claims of racism in the palace. The queen issued a terse statement in response, which appeared to dispute the Sussexes’ accounts of alleged questioning by a member of the royal family as to their children’s likely skin color. The couple also made comments about William and Kate...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: A good friend of mine hired my older brother as security for an event she was hosting, and apparently he did a horrible job. Harriette Cole  According to her, he was drinking on the job, wasn’t paying close attention to the guest list and let people into the event who were not supposed to be there. She called me and told me that she thinks it’s necessary to dock his pay. While I don’t necessarily think it’s right to pay him less than the agreed-upon amount, I support her decision because he should’ve done a better job. There is now tension between the two of them because he sincerely believes that he didn’t do anything wrong. He says he worked longer than he initially agreed to work and didn’t drink anything with alcohol in it. I don’t know who to believe or how to make them resolve this...
    Raskin demands briefing from FBI on extremists infiltrating police, military A 75-year-old Asian-American man was left brain dead following an assault and robbery in Oakland THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error When my husband and his only (younger) brother were growing up, a childless neighbor was very kind to them and treated them as if they were her “nephews.” They even called her “Aunt Hilda.” They also treated her like family; my husband has visited her regularly over the years. But greed is rearing its ugly head and killing brotherly love. When my husband was away in the army 30 years ago, Aunt Hilda gave a house and a piece of property to my husband’s brother when she decided to move to another state to care for her future mother-in-law, with the written legal condition that she had a lifelong ability to return and live in...
    In his CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry shared how he felt “trapped” in the royal family, and how he had “huge compassion” for his father, Prince Charles, and brother, Prince William, because they were still trapped in that situation. Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, told Winfrey how they had been cut off from the royal family’s financial support and security after they made the decision to step back from being senior royals. “Do you think you would have left or ever stepped back were it not for Meghan?” Winfrey asked. “No, the answer to your question is no,” Harry replied. “I wouldn’t have been able to, because I myself was trapped, as well. I didn’t see a way out.” “But you’d had this life, your whole life,” said Winfrey. “This has been your life your whole life.” “Yeah, but, you know, I was trapped, but I didn’t know I was trapped,” said Harry. “But the...
    Prince Harry said Sunday that he was “trapped” within the complex system of British royalty until wife Meghan Markle helped save him — and he feels “compassion” for Prince William and Prince Charles because they are still stuck in its mire. “I was trapped, but I had no idea I was trapped,” Harry said in the Sussexes’ Oprah interview. “My father and my brother are trapped. They don’t get to leave. And I have compassion for that,” Harry said. Sunday night’s interview was Harry and Markle’s first since their highly-publicized break from the British royals. Following their departure from England, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex briefly moved to Canada before landing in Los Angeles. Filed under meghan markle ,  prince harry ,  royal family ,  3/7/21
    Here are the states that dont require face masks Granholm: DOEs big clean energy spending to come with strings attached THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error My husband and his brother inherited their family home. When they were able to take possession, our son and his family needed a place to live. His brother was quite willing to let them move in and, in lieu of paying him rent for his 50%, my husband and I would be responsible for all upkeep, repairs, taxes, etc. The house is probably 90 years old, and needed quite a lot of work before they could move in. We spent approximately $20,000 to make it livable. After four years the house caught fire and, with the help of a crooked contractor, it took another $30,000 of our money to repair all the damage. Now comes my concern: If...
    A WOMAN whose mom paid her brother $100,000 to murder her 'abusive' step-dad has spoken out about the chilling crime. More than a decade after Jeffrey Ola's body was found riddled with bullets on his driveway in Tennessee, Elizabeth Zieman, 36 discovered her own family were responsible for the brutal killing. 5Lisa Ann Showalter, 60, was described as 'evil' by her daughterCredit: SWNS 5Elizabeth Zieman said she felt sorry for her brother after he was 'used' by their momCredit: SWNS 5Jeffrey Ola was gunned down on his drive way in the planned attackCredit: SWNS Elizabeth's mom, Lisa Ann Showalter and her brother Andrew-Scott Waddell gunned Jeffrey down in Centerville to collect his life insurance policy. Showalter, 60, promised to pay Waddell $100k for the execution. The killer pair got away with the 2001 murder until cops arrested them in 2013 - 12 years after they committed the crime.  Showalter,...
    Dear Quentin, My husband and his brother inherited their family home. When they were able to take possession our son and his family needed a place to live. The brother was quite willing to let them move in and, in lieu of paying him rent for his 50%, my husband and I would be responsible for all upkeep, repairs, taxes, etc. The house is probably 90 years old, and needed quite a lot of work before they could move in. We spent approximately $20,000 to make it livable. After 4 years the house caught fire and, with the help of a crooked contractor, it took another $30,000 of our money to repair all the damage. Now, comes my concern. If my husband and brother had sold the house when they first inherited it they would split proceeds 50/50. It would definitely have been sold because we didn’t want...
    During his SiriusXM show on Tuesday, CNN host Chris Cuomo defended his earlier interviews with his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) by stating that the interviews took place “before there were any real accountability questions during COVID, when I strongly identified and felt a need for people to be able to connect to things that were familiar and that gave them a sense of hope. And I know I was right.” Cuomo said, “I can’t cover my brother’s situation because he’s my brother. It does not have any connection to my decision to have him on before there were any real accountability questions during COVID, when I strongly identified and felt a need for people to be able to connect to things that were familiar and that gave them a sense of hope. And I know I was right. Because I’ve never had people come out and say,...
    Union: Many Capitol Police officers want to retire or leave after riot Cattle stranded on ship to be destroyed in port as second vessel returns to Spain THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, My father passed and I am the executor of his will. We sold the house and dad’s assets with my brother’s help. Probate is done. We are ready to distribute the remainder of my father’s estate, but my brother owes the estate $10,000. He feels that if he had paid this money back before dad passed, he would still get half back and, therefore, owes $5,000. (Dad also told me that he owed the money before he passed.) My father’s will says his estate should be split 50/50. I feel my brother owes $10,000 to the estate. I do not want to rock the boat, and will do the right thing in order to keep peace....
    A BRAVE sex abuse survivor says she was raped by her big brother weekly from the age of seven - and told to call the sick violence a "game". Maria, now 39, was bribed with sweets to keep quiet about older sibling John. 8A brave rape survivor says she was attacked by her own brother for yearsCredit: HotSpot Media 8Maria was just seven when John, then 14, first abused herCredit: HotSpot Media But after an ordeal that lasted for years, she spoke to police - and John, 46, is finally behind bars. Maria, who has courageously waived her anonymity to speak out, said that as a child she "loved" playing with her brother. But in 1988, when she was just seven and John 14, the sick abuser raped her in the bathroom of the family's home. "He always called me his special girl," she said. "While I was off...
    REALITY TV sparked his career and that of his ex Jade Goody, but Jeff Brazier is determined their sons won’t follow the same path. Jeff, who had Bobby, 17, and Freddie, 16, with the late Big Brother star, hopes his boys “go one better than us” by following their talent and swerving shows such as Love Island. 8Jeff Brazier is keen for his son Bobby, 17, to stick with modelling rather than go on reality TV shows It’s a chat he has had with budding model Bobby “so many times”. Bobby is signed to modelling agency Unsigned Group. He has appeared in fashion spreads in magazines and even made his catwalk debut for Dolce & Gabanna at last year’s Milan Fashion Week. Asked how he would react if producers of ITV2’s Love Island came calling on Bobby’s 18th birthday, Jeff tellingly replied: “We’d have a good chat about it, let’s...
    Brands that make clothes you can wear for years Who said what in sport this weekend Big Brother Stars Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans Are Engaged: Greatest Day of My Life © Provided by People Tyler Crispen/Instagram Tyler Cripsen and Angela Rummans Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans are getting married! On Sunday, the Big Brother alums announced their engagement and shared photos on Instagram along with a YouTube video of the romantic proposal, which took place on the beach in Hilton Head, South Carolina, on Jan. 10. "YES to forever and ever and always. You and me babe, for the rest of time. ♥️ 1.10.2021 "If it's meant to be, it'll be,' " Rummans, 29, wrote alongside her post. "Thank you for giving me the best and most perfect day of my life. I love you more than I can say in words, and I cannot wait for the...
    Happy Tuesday MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:Take a look inside race car driver Johnny Gray’s $32.5 million Florida mansion The retired race car driver Johnny Gray is ready to roll away from his megamansion in Jupiter, FL. Offered for $32.5 million, the 30,000-square-foot estate is the most expensive home ever listed in the area.I got my COVID-19 vaccination. Now what? Can I get on a plane, or visit my family? Do I still need to wear my mask? In the U.S. more than 3 million Americans have received two doses of either vaccine. Life after the COVID-19 vaccine: Americans won’t rush back to restaurants and ballgames — or public transportation 'The arrival of vaccines won’t automatically flip a switch to put the world back on its pre-COVID path,' said Scott McKenzie, global intelligence leader at Nielsen.Here’s where your college tuition really goes — because professors don’t do much teaching...
    The anthill This Wednesday had the visit of Rosario Flores, who received from Pablo Motos the ‘El Club Platino’ card after exceeding ten visits to the program, to which she arrived mounted in a convertible and which she celebrated with the classic video summary of her appearances in the Antena 3 space. Further, the singer came to present the video clip of her new single, I tell you everything and I don’t tell you anything, which was directed by Pedro Lazaga, his partner. The title “came from a comment by one of my musicians,” Rosario said. “They told me that in the video clip recording you got sick”Motos said, to which the artist replied that it was not “from the virus but a normal illness and I did not have time to rehearse the choreographies.” And remembered that “At night, before the recording of the video clip, I prayed...
    I WAS at a restaurant when I found out. My dad called me and immediately I could tell something was wrong, something bad had happened. I asked him who had passed away. 8Love Island star Dr Alex George with his late brother Llyr Credit: Instagram What came next was the most indescribable physical pain I’ve ever felt. He told me my youngest brother Llyr had died, and he’d taken his own life at the age of 19. In that moment my world fell apart, it came down around me. It shattered. So, to be told today — Blue Monday — is the most depressing day of the year . . . that is hard to believe. There have been so many in the past year. What it does give us is a good opportunity to talk about the way we view and treat young people’s mental health. 8Dr Alex has been a tireless campaigner...
    LOGAN PAUL has called out his own BROTHER Jake for a fight and claimed 'he gets beat up by my sparring partners'. The pair of social media sensations have long rivalled each other through their YouTube channels but have now crossed it over to boxing. 3Jake Paul, left, pictured with big brother Logan And despite regularly training together and showing their support when one another fights, the two are adamant they will one day share the ring. Things have now escalated after Jake, 23, accused Logan, 25, of being a 'faker fighter'. And it led to the elder Paul once again challenging his little brother to prove who is the superior boxer. Logan said on his YouTube channel: "I fully support Jake whatever drama he wants to stir or create, it really doesn't bother me. "Like, 'Oh, you're a fake boxer.' Okay. Let's box,...
    Dear Moneyist, My brother-in-law is just over 40, and he has health issues. He’s also suffering from mental-health issues that have mostly been undiagnosed due to his refusal to see anyone, and essentially he does nothing but smoke weed, drink booze, and play video games. Right now his parents pay his mortgage, which I believe is in their name, and I assume they pay all of his bills. His dad takes care of maintenance on his house and helps with food and “necessities.” I assume that they also pay for his medical bills, or simply allow them to go unpaid. This year, my septuagenarian father-in-law had a health scare. My mother-in-law has had some health concerns as well, though nothing life threatening. I fear that my brother-in-law, given his sedate lifestyle, may also face additional health issues as he gets older. I mentioned to my wife that they should discuss...
    The spoilers video for The Bold and the Beautiful shows that a critical week lies ahead for Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson). The designer’s life will hang in the balance as doctors fight to keep him alive. His loved ones gather as they wait for news about his condition. Steffy & Ridge Band Together Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) is trying to deal with his son being in the hospital, as seen in the image below. It wasn’t too long ago that he was also urging Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) to get better while she was recovering after an accident. An emotional Ridge looks at his son lying on the hospital bed. “Look at my boy,” he says. “He’s a fighter. He can get through this,” Steffy assures her dad. But, even she is worried about her brother because Dr. John Finnegan (Tanner Novlan) has not given them a definitive answer....
    Abhishek Makwana died by suicide on November 27. He was 37. He was on the writing team of a hit TV show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. While the preliminary police investigation has not uncovered a cause, the late writer’s family alleges cyber fraud and financial fraud as the source of his stress and the reason why he took this extreme step to end his life. Abhishek’s brother, Jenis Makwana, took to his Facebook to share his loss and mourn for the departed soul. “What should I write?? My Writer went away and left me alone,” Jenis said. Abhishek Makwana, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Writer, Dies By Suicide; Family Alleges Financial Fraud. He added, “U cheated me…u ditched me…why did u do this?? Why you left me alone…?? Why?? Who will hug me now?? Whom I will call my Bro, now?? Who will call me Big B now?? Why,...
    MARTINEZ –Two Pittsburg men in their 20s were sentenced to 40 years to life, plus an additional nine years, for convictions related to a 2014 shooting that left a 19-year-old man dead and two of his friends wounded. Justin Singh, 24, and Deion Nazareta-Albano, 23, were both convicted last June of shooting at 19-year-old Anthony Valdez, who in December 2014 was sitting in a car with two of his friends on the 200 block of Auburn Lane in Pittsburg when two people exited a nearby car and opened fire. Valdez left behind two children. “You took away not only a father but a son, a brother, and my best friend,” the mother of Valdez’s children said in court Friday before Judge Nancy Stark handed down a sentence. “He is truly missed every single day.” Two of Valdez’s friends were also shot that night and survived, but still suffer serious physical...
    Dear Moneyist, My mom, brother and I bought a single-family house for $60,000 in 1979. Mom put down $20,000 and paid 22% of the mortgage. My brother paid 45% of the mortgage and I paid 33%. We paid it off in 1988. I married and moved out in 1992, but paid the monthly maintenance until 1994. That year, my brother and his wife and daughter moved in. A year later, he had a son. In 2016, after a health scare, my mom changed the deed from joint tenant to life estate. She passed away this year. During the 26 years that my mom, my brother and his family lived there, I contributed 33% of house maintenance (new windows, roof, boiler, oil tank, garage door, electrical panel, painting, concrete fixes, etc., as well as house insurance). The Moneyist:I got a promotion and a raise, but my colleagues undermine me. How...
    Dear Moneyist, Honestly, I can’t believe I’m writing this but here we go. My wife and I are in our 30s and have two young children. She is a stay-at-home mom. I am a resident physician who currently makes about $60,000 per year, but this will markedly increase next year. We have always been frugal. Five years ago, she and her sister inherited a substantial amount of money, split equally between them. Think low six figures. I have always done 100% of the finances for our family and have invested the inheritance diligently and been able to multiply this amount to quite a reasonable sum. We always mentioned this is for the future (retirement and to help our kids when they grow up). The Moneyist:My mother saved $10,000 for my wedding. I’m now 41 — should I spend it on a house? Her sister is a young professional...
    Dear Moneyist, In September, our mom died without a will in Chatham County, Ga. I do not want to own her house and five acres in the country in Savannah, but my two siblings refuse to sell it and split the estate. I live in Indiana. My brother threatened to “ruin me” when I told him that he and our sister could either buy the property or it would be sold. He is carrying on about how his kids were raised there by our mother, although she did not legally adopt them. He is blind and likes to winter in the house rather than stay in his own apartment. He lives in a major metropolitan area where he has to navigate public transport. He is living there now without a lease or even his name on the deed. My sister also does not want to sell the property because...
    Dear Moneyist, I am a white woman of privilege. I am also the full-time working single mother of an adopted child, and I have led a very successful career. While I have benefited throughout my life from my parents’ financial support, even though I have never married, my parents have worked hard to keep things financially equal among me and my siblings. My issue is this: My sister-in-law constantly makes snide comments about how I have it so good. She implies that my brother/her husband and my father support my lifestyle. My brother has NEVER given me any money, and any money I get from my parents, she and my brother get annually too. I would never accept money from my brother unless I were in dire straits, and even then I would do it transparently with her input and support. The Moneyist: ‘I watch our finances like...
    Dear Moneyist, My mom, brother and I bought a single-family house for $60,000 in 1979. Mom put down $20,000 and paid 22% of the mortgage. My brother paid 45% of the mortgage and I paid 33%. We paid it off in 1988. I married and moved out in 1992, but paid the monthly maintenance until 1994. That year, my brother, his wife and daughter moved in. A year later, he had a son. In 2016, after a health scare my mom changed the deed from joint tenant to life estate. She passed away this year. During the 26 years that my mom, my brother and his family lived there, I contributed 33% of house maintenance (new windows, roof, boiler, oil tank, garage door, electrical panel, and painting, concrete fixes etc. as well as house insurance). The Moneyist:I got a promotion and a raise, but my colleagues undermine me. How...
    Dear Moneyist, Honestly, I can’t believe I’m writing this but here we go. My wife and I are in our 30s and have two young children. She is a stay-at-home mom. I am a resident physician who currently makes about $60,000 per year, but this will markedly increase next year. We have always been frugal. Five years ago, she and her sister inherited a substantial amount of money (equally split between them). Think low six figures. I have always done 100% of the finances for our family and have invested the inheritance diligently and been able to multiply this amount to quite a reasonable sum. We always mentioned this is for the future (retirement and to help our kids when they grow up). The Moneyist:My mother saved $10,000 for my wedding. I’m now 41 — should I spend it on a house? Her sister is a young professional...
    HOLDING cherished pictures of her brother in her hand, Amandip Singh struggles to recall a single memory of their decades together. Talented TV executive Gagandip Singh was brutally murdered in 2011 after being lured to his death in a honeytrap plot by 19-year-old medical student Mundhill Mahil. 15Gagandip Singh was murdered in 2011 after being lured to a friend's flat 15Amandip, seen in the documentary with mum Tajinder, pores over the photos of the brother she struggles to remember After being summoned to her flat in Brighton, the 21-year-old - already a millionaire after setting up his own TV company - was set upon by two men, and beaten unconscious with a camera tripod. He was then tied up and thrown in the boot of a car which was later set alight - leaving him to be burnt alive inside. Horrifically, one of Gagandip’s killers, Harinder Shoker, had been a...
    Dear Moneyist, I am a white woman of privilege. I am also the full-time working single mother of an adopted child, and I have led a very successful career. While I have benefited throughout my life from my parents’ financial support, even though I have never married, my parents have worked hard to keep things financially equal between me and my siblings. My issue is this: my sister-in-law constantly makes snide comments about how I have it so good. She implies that my brother/her husband and my father support my lifestyle. My brother has NEVER given me any money and any money I get from my parents, she and my brother get annually too. I would never accept money from my brother unless I was in dire straits, and even then I would do it transparently with her input/support. Dispatches from a pandemic: ‘The fates of the refugees...
    Actor Robert Downey Jr. joined several colleagues from the Marvel Comics Universe in defending fellow cast member Chris Pratt after he was attacked on social media. Pratt, who plays Peter Quill (Star Lord) in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” films, was voted “the worst Chris in Hollywood” after his name was noticeably absent from a political fundraiser that included several of his “Avengers” costars. (RELATED: ‘It Could Be Dangerous’: Dean Cain Weighs In On Attacks Against Chris Pratt’s Gadsden Flag Shirt) ‘Avengers’ Cast Assembles for Joe Biden Fundraiser https://t.co/nZs8XCCWgj — Variety (@Variety) October 18, 2020 One has to go. pic.twitter.com/HUWnbQOA43 — Amy Berg (@bergopolis) October 17, 2020 For those insisting there’s “no source” showing that Chris Pratt supports conversion therapy, you don’t get to go to a notoriously homophobic and abuse-harboring church like Hillsong and then pretend that you’re not complicit. That’s not how anything works ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ —...
    Dear Moneyist, My brother is in his mid 50s and is not financially stable. He has no problems making money, but seems to have trouble managing it. He has told me on multiple occasions that he has no retirement funds saved. He is self-employed. Over the last 10 years, he has borrowed a total of $30,000 from me to help piece things together when needed. He has paid all of this back, but each time it takes longer and longer. I charge him no interest and don’t set a formal repayment schedule, so I really can’t complain. While he has never declared bankruptcy to my knowledge, he has restructured his debts twice. I know this is subjective, but I’ve seen him spend money that could have gone to a retirement account on big vacations, etc. Three of my previous loans were to keep him from losing his home. Currently, he...
    Belgium's newest princess has spoken out for the first time after a court officially recognised her as the love child of the country's former king, Albert II. Delphine de Saxe-Cobourg Gotha, who previously went under the surname Boel, was overcome by emotion as she addressed reporters in Brussels on Monday, four days after a judge's ruling saw her added to the royal family tree. The 52-year-old artist insisted the ruling was not about money or status, as she revealed that she will not be using the 'Her Royal Highness' prefix. 'Boel was already very heavy,' she said - referring to the name she inherited from her mother's husband, wealthy industrialist and aristocrat Jacques Boel.  '[He] is much richer than the royal family,' she continued. 'I just wanted to be the same as my brother and my sister.' Delphine de Saxe-Cobourg Gotha, formerly Delphine Boel, is overcome with emotion...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she discovered the man she called dad was not her biological father - and even her mum wasn’t aware. Katy Mae Snow, from the US, made the discovery after her brother bought her an ancestry test. 4Katy Mae Snow discovered that her dad wasn't her biological father after using an ancestry DNA testCredit: @ms.sn0w/TIKTOK She posted the saga on TikTok, revealing that she has now gone on to meet her real father. Speaking in the video, she says: “A few months ago my lovely brother got me one of those ancestry genealogy tests. “And because my father is adopted and mother doesn’t know her real father, I thought it was really cool to figure out my genealogy, figure out some medical issues I don’t know about.” The results brought Katy the shock of a lifetime. 4She shared the revelation on TikTokCredit: @ms.sn0w/TIKTOK “At 7am this...
    THE sister of one of Dennis Nilsen's few survivors says the killer still murdered her brother and son - even as he rotted in jail. Julie Bentley blames Britain's most infamous serial killer for the eventual suicides of her shy drag artist brother Carl Stotter and her eldest son Jack. 8Drag artist Carl Stotter survived the clutches of Dennis NilsenCredit: Rex Features 8Dennis Nilsen pictured in 1993Credit: Rex Features 8David Tennant as Dennis Nilsen in ITV drama DesCredit: Rex Features Carl managed to escape the serial killer's clutches back in 1982 and later gave evidence which would help convict him to life imprisonment. He was found dead in his Brighton council flat in January 2013 after falling into a diabetic coma - having struggled with alcoholism ever since Nilsen's trial. His sister Julie, now 46 and a mum-of-three, told the Mail Online: "Dennis Nilsen murdered my brother and completely destroyed...
    The CEO who was caught on camera viciously beating his four-month-old puppy has apologizes for losing his temper and taking 'unreasonable and unjustifiable action' as his brother has defended him and insisted he was simply disciplining the pooch for peeing on a rug. Jeffrey Previte, 46, was slammed this week after DailyMail.com published footage of him thrashing and choking his dog Bici outside his apartment in the Seychelle Condominiums building in Santa Monica, California. In an apology to colleagues and friends, Jeffrey wrote: ' I want everyone to know that I truly regret my actions on August 22, 2020. Words can't fully describe how sorry I am for what happened.  'I lost my temper and took unreasonable and unjustifiable action in attempting to discipline my dog Bici. As I have said, words are not enough here, Bici is no longer living with me and is with another loving family. I...
    Dear Moneyist, My 72-year-old fiancé died unexpectedly of a heart attack while alone. I have known this guy for 12 years, and we were in an on and off relationship. We had been engaged for four years, but due to me working and him living 30 miles away, we never really lived together completely.  I am a cancer survivor and have very limited energy, but I still work full time so we agreed that I would stay with him on weekends. Our arrangement worked but because of COVID-19, my weekend visits stopped as we wanted to protect one another. In the last five months, I saw him three times. Then he died of heart attack alone. His estranged brother is his executor. His brother lives in another state. My fiancé would always assure me that he would take care of me. His brother refuses to tell me anything as he...
    Dear Moneyist, I am one of four children and my father died naming my brother the executor of his will. My father died with no debt, and a home that was mortgage free in the best neighborhood. He had worked for the same company for over 45 years with a pension and savings throughout his life. My brother and his wife moved into dad’s home even though they own their own home. They changed the locks, and hired an alarm company so no one could enter the property. They also refused to give anyone a copy of the will until after he presented it to the court, so they claimed. They began blowing through my dad’s money (using his accounts, credit cards that were in dad’s name only) and refused to present and perform the duties of executor. My brother and his wife were in serious financial...
    CHANTELLE Houghton famously met, married and split from Preston from the Ordinary Boys in just over a year, but that has not put her off whirlwind romances. Far from it. The mum of one who won Celebrity Big Brother 14 years ago is engaged again. 11Chantelle Houghton's first marriage might have failed, but that hasn't put her off whirlwind romancesCredit: Oliver Dixon - The Sun And Chantelle said “yes” just THREE MONTHS into her relationship with Michael Strutt, who she now lives with in Wickford, Essex. And despite splitting from Preston ten months after their lavish £300k ceremony, Chantelle, now 37, says she still loves him and he will be a guest at her wedding in 2022. She says: “Preston is a one-off person. What we had was real back then and I still love him so much. “I feel so lucky to have gone through what I did with...
    Donald Trump said Monday that he is considering holding at the White House a small funeral service for his 'biggest fan' and late younger brother Robert on Friday afternoon.  'We're looking at Friday. And we may do just a small service right here in the White House for my brother. We're looking at doing that. That would be, I think, a great honor to him,' Trump told reporters on the South Lawn before boarding Marine One. 'I think he'd be greatly honored,' the president continued. 'He loves our country – he loved our country so much. He was so proud of what we were doing and what we are doing for our country. So, I think it would be appropriate.' Trump on Monday is visiting Minnesota where he will make remarks on the economy and jobs and then do the same in Wisconsin – on the same day Democrats kick...
    (CNN)The late US Rep. John Lewis was remembered on Saturday as a humble family man by his siblings and a hero by his great-nephew at a hometown service in Troy, Alabama."Congressman John Lewis was my uncle and my hero. And it's up to us to keep his legacy alive," Jaxson Lewis Brewster, John Lewis' young great-nephew, said in a short statement during Saturday's memorial service at Troy University.After he spoke, the 7-year-old hopped off the stage, prompting laughter from the crowd -- a brief moment of levity in an otherwise solemn ceremony. While the world knew John Robert Lewis, a civil rights icon and longtime US Democratic congressman, as John, to his family, he was known as Robert. In celebrating the life of "The Boy from Troy," five of Lewis' siblings spoke of a man of faith who wanted to help others, who never forgot his roots, and who made...
    A teenage girl is being hailed as a hero after killing two Taliban extremists who shot dead her mother and father outside their family home in Afghanistan.  The teenager has described the moment she grabbed the family's AK-47 after seeing her parents shot 'in front of [her] eyes' and started firing.   Qamar Gul, thought to be aged 16, shot dead two Taliban fighters and wounded several more after they dragged her parents from their home and killed them.  Following the attack and the social media attention the incident triggered, Gul and her younger brother Habibullah, 12, were being brought to the capital Kabul to meet President Ashraf Ghani.  Why Gul's parents were targeted remains unclear, although media reports suggest it was due to their support of the government.  Qamar Gul and her younger brother are being hailed as heroes after fighting off Taliban militants who killed their parents. Above, Qamar Gul,...
    Bollywood composer-singer Sajid Khan says losing his brother Wajid Khan was like losing a piece of his heart, adding that Wajid continues to live in everyone’s hearts thanks to his art. “This time has been extremely hard for us. Wajid was one of the most generous and kind individuals. One thing we will always remember is his laugh; his attitude towards life and the art is what gave soul to the music we made,” Sajid said. [Exclusive] Singer Tochi Raina Remembers Wajid Khan: ‘It Has Hurt Me a Lot That He’s Gone; He Was Always Smiling’ “It’s like losing a piece of my heart but like I’ve said before, my brother is a legend and legends don’t die,” Sajid added. Earlier this month, Wajid Khan, of Bollywood composers Sajid-Wajid, died at the age of 42. Wajid Khan Passes Away: Sajid Khan Shares This Unseen Video Of His Late Brother Playing Music,...
    A man with a history of negative run-ins with local and state police saved the life a police officer after a fiery crash that surely would have taken the officer's life. What are the details? Daylan McLee, who is black, was sitting in his home Sunday evening when his house shook from a nearby impact. He heard the boom just before his house rattled and believed that a small earthquake shook the city of Uniontown, Pennsylvania, — until a relative came into his house to tell him that there was a car crash outside his home. McLee, 31, sprinted outside, only to discover Uniontown Police Officer Jay Hanley trapped in a burning police cruiser. The flames had just begun to spread into the passenger compartment when McLee intervened and dragged Hanley from the burning wreck. "We felt it in the house and my sister came...
    George Floyd's younger brother has called for peace and condemned the violence that has erupted at protests across the country, triggered by his death while in police custody. Terrence Floyd told ABC News that he is "outraged" that his 46-year-old brother died after a white police officer in Minneapolis pinned him to the ground for more than eight minutes last Monday. But Terrence Floyd urged protesters to stay calm and "channel your anger elsewhere" because his brother was "about peace." He said he wants Derek Chauvin, the officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck, to face first-degree murder charges and the other three officers involved to be charged. Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder as well as manslaughter on Friday. He and the other officers have all been fired. "I'm outraged too," Terrence Floyd said. "Sometimes I get angry. I want to bust some heads too. I want to go...
    George Floyd's younger brother, Terrence, is asking for peace after his brother died in police custody.Terrence told ABC News he condemns the violent protests happening and wants everyone to know George stood for peace."I'm outraged too," he said. "Sometimes I get angry. I want to go crazy. My brother wasn't about that. You'll hear a lot of people saying, 'He was a gentle giant.'"Terrence said he wants to see first degree murder charges for Derek Chauvin, the officer seen on video kneeling on George's neck, and wants the other officers charged as well.On Monday, he plans to visit the site in Minneapolis where his brother took his last breaths."I just had to come down here, and let people know, just channel your anger elsewhere," he said.
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