One Woman Drops Case Against Bill Cosby WHAT? WHY?
Kristina Ruehli’s lawyer told The Associated Press on Friday that her client had decided not to pursue the case because the legal landscape has changed since she first filed suit in November. Cosby now faces criminal prosecution in Pennsylvania and similar civil actions are in play in Massachusetts and elsewhere by dozens of other accusers.
“Ms. Ruehli is 72 and her husband just celebrated his 79th birthday,” Megan Deluhery, Ruehli’s lawyer, said. “She will watch the pending cases proceed in solidarity with other survivors, those known and unknown, while returning her focus, if she can, on her daily life and trying to put behind her all the pain this ordeal has caused her.”
Louisiana Valedictorian Gets Special Graduation Ceremony When He did not Get to Walk the Stage at School Graduation
A Louisiana valedictorian was stripped of his chance to walk the stage because of his beard finally gets a second chance according to The Advocate:
About 200 people showed up Friday to help celebrate a Louisiana honors student and standout athlete who was blocked from participating in his graduation ceremony last month because of facial hair.
Letter from Stanford Rape Victim Was Powerful in Courtroom [Read Full Letter]
A former Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman was sentenced to six months in jail because a longer sentence would have “a severe impact on him,” according to a judge. At his sentencing Thursday, his victim read him a letter describing the “severe impact” the assault had on her.
Former Co Host of ‘The Real’ Tamar Braxton May be Sued By Network For Firing Accusations
Recently, The Real emailed LoveBScott in response to the episode of Braxton Family Values in which Tamar Braxton is consoled by her sisters after she finds out that she has been fired from the daytime talk show. During the scene, Braxton indirectly accuses her former co-hosts for her dismissal from the program. However, the show insists that these accusations couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Charleston Shooter Dylan Roof Goes on Trial in November
A federal judge said Tuesday jurors will be picked this fall in the trial of a white man accused of killing nine members of a historic black Charleston, South Carolina, church.
Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel on Tuesday set Nov. 7 as the day to begin selecting jurors for the federal trial of Dylann Roof. His trial could start about two weeks later.
Roof faces numerous federal counts, including hate crimes, in the June 17 shootings at Emanuel AME Church. He attended Tuesday’s hearing.
Founder of TBN, Jan Crouch Dies at Age 78 of Stroke
Televangelist Jan Crouch, who co-founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network with her husband more than four decades ago, died Tuesday just days after she suffered a stroke, her family said on the network’s website.
Crouch, instantly recognizable for her mountain of blonde hair, warm smile and long eyelashes, was 78.
Her family made the announcement Tuesday on the California-based Trinity Broadcasting Network’s website.
Gorilla Incident: Mother Argued with Son To Not Go in to Be with Gorilla
The family of a boy who entered a Cincinnati Zoo gorilla’s enclosure last weekend — spurring zoo officials to shoot and kill the animal — will be the focus of an investigation into the incident, Cincinnati police said Tuesday.
Pastor Jamal Bryant Gets Checked by Street Gang Member in Video
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