Kerry Katona joked about being put out of business on OnlyFans after Megan Fox and Kourtney Kardashian teased a sexy photoshoot. Jennifer's Body star Megan recently took to her Instagram page to share a few behind-the-scenes polaroids of her saucy SKIMS shoot with pal Kourtney. In the caption, she teased: "BTS of my skims shoot with Kourtney. Should we start an OnlyFans?" Kerry, who built a £1 million empire from OnlyFans, said the beautiful duo would 'make an absolute killing' if they joined the subscription-based website. However, she also worried about them taking business away from everyone else. "I love seeing more people sign up to OnlyFans - it makes it feel even more inclusive," the former Atomic Kitten singer wrote. Kerry Katona warns Kourtney Kardashian and Megan Fox off OnlyFans after they tease shoot ( Image: Dave J Hogan/Getty Images) "Can you imagine how much Megan and Kourtney would make from that? Their bodies are so beautiful, they … [Read more...] about Kerry Katona warns Kourtney Kardashian and Megan Fox off OnlyFans after they tease shoot
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is pulling back over 30 plea offers she deemed too lenient for defendants accused of selling fentanyl, marking the most concrete rebuke to date of her office’s previous administration under Chesa Boudin. The Wednesday announcement came as Jenkins announced a slate of new policies intended to clamp down on a drug epidemic that has laid waste to the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The directives would amend the prosecutors’ treatment of bail, drug-free school zones and and diversion programming — all potentially boosting the time a defendant remains behind bars. “On my watch, the DA’s office is going to take these cases seriously,” Jenkins said in an interview. “We are dealing with a public health crisis with regards to fentanyl, and no longer are we going to be giving a free pass to people who sell (that) drug in San Francisco.” The plea offer withdrawals and new policy guidelines are all but certain to be blasted by public … [Read more...] about Targeting fentanyl dealers, new S.F. D.A. to revoke plea offers in drug crimes made under Boudin
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 23 KHIMKI, Russia (AP) — U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner was convicted Thursday in Russia of drug possession and smuggling and was sentenced to nine years behind bars in a politically charged case that could lead to a high-stakes prisoner exchange between Washington and Moscow. The 31-year-old Griner, a two-time U.S. Olympic champion and a eight-time all-star with the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, listened with a blank expression as an interpreter translated the verdict by Judge Anna Sotnikova, but her lawyers said later she was “very upset.” Griner also was fined 1 million rubles (about $16,700). U.S. President Joe Biden denounced as “unacceptable” the verdict and sentence, which came amid soaring tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine. “I call on … [Read more...] about WNBA’s Griner convicted at drug trial, sentenced to 9 years
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was recently asked a provocative question while doing press for his new movie, and his answer has caused a huge reaction on social media. "What celebrity would you want to be a pet to?" an unidentified interviewer asked the star. "Megan Thee Stallion," Johnson answered without hesitation in a clip that he posted Sunday on his Instagram page. Johnson's video finds him discussing pets during interviews conducted as promotion for his new animated feature, DC League of Super-Pets . He was joined by co-star Kevin Hart, who said he would prefer acting great Denzel Washington as his master. When The Rock immediately answered that he'd like to be Megan's pet, Hart erupted into laughter. After Johnson's quick answer, the interviewer said, "Oh, that's a good one. Why Megan Thee Stallion?" "We don't need to talk about that," Johnson answered. "Okay?" In the caption on his Instagram post, Johnson wrote a shoutout to Megan and Washington. The … [Read more...] about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson wants this hip-hop star to be his master
The Integrated Farming System Research Station (IFSRS), Karamana, on Wednesday handed over paddy rice panicles to the Pazhavangadi Ganapathy temple as part of this year’s Niraputhari festival. A Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) station, IFSRS cultivates paddy throughout the year for meeting the demand for good quality seeds (variety Uma). The research station cultivates paddy in a considerable area for the supply of rice panicles to various temples for the Niraputhari festive season which falls during August, said IFSRS professor and head Jacob John. Nedumcaud ward councillor Karamana Ajith handed over the panicles to Unnikrishnan Nair, representative of the Pazhavangadi Ganapathy temple. … [Read more...] about Paddy panicles for Niraputhari handed over to temple in Kerala capital
Who is Brittney Grinner? Also Read WNBA star, two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner back in Russian court on cannabis charge Brittney Griner, 31, is a two-time Olympic champion and star player in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WBNA). Standing 206 cm (6 feet 9 inches) tall, the Texan was selected first overall by the Phoenix Mercury in the 2013 Women’s National Basketball Association (WBNA) draft. Griner, known as “BG” to basketball fans, has played for UMMC Ekaterinburg in Russia during the WNBA offseason since 2014. The club has drawn other top U.S. basketball players including Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Candace Parker. Why was she detained in Russia? Griner was detained at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport on Feb. 17 with vape cartridges containing hashish oil in her luggage. Marijuana is illegal in Russia for both medicinal and recreational purposes. Griner was detained upon crossing customs to catch her flight to Ekaterinburg, a … [Read more...] about Who is Brittney Griner and what is her fate in Russia?
A mother and baby both had surgery in the same hospital ward 23 years apart—after the newborn was diagnosed with a terrifying heart condition. Seven-month-old baby Aurelia, who is an identical twin, underwent complex heart surgery and spent more than a week sedated last month. Megan Ramsey, 29, says her mother's intuition proved correct when her daughter became ill with the condition called Tetralogy of Fallot. Tetralogy of Fallot is a congenital condition involving four heart defects, one of which allows blood to flow from one ventricle of the heart to the other. Thankfully, open-heart surgery at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, northern England, in the United Kingdom, saved Aurelia's life. And she is not the only one in the family to have had an experience there. Ramsey was just six when she too saw her life saved by the cardiothoracic team at the Freeman Hospital—and even stayed in the exact same ward. Ramsey, from North Shields, a coastal resort town near Newcastle, … [Read more...] about Mom relives horror as baby has surgery at same hospital 23 years after her
Reading is hard right now. The pandemic has pushed our already scattered attention spans to a crisis point. But even before 2020, stressors such as political chaos and the allure of our phones made it harder and harder to find the time and focus to get lost in a book. Even when we’re not living through a distracting moment, we will inevitably have personal fallow periods when reading as a habit and a respite just doesn’t happen. Certain writing is able to grab us and shake us out of these ruts—by presenting a breakneck adventure we feel compelled to see through; by gently opening us back up to the thrill of a good story; by allowing us to spend time in the mind of a fictional character. When they appear to us at the right moment and in the right way, these books can act as a bridge that leads us back to the rewards of literature. Below, our staff members have compiled 12 books that rekindled our love for reading after a dry spell. Heartburn , by Nora Ephron After I had … [Read more...] about 12 Books to Help You Love Reading Again
Megan McCain held nothing back in a podcast interview released Thursday with The Commentary Magazine. McCain revealed what appeared to be bullying from “The View” host Joy Behar, which turned into the ultimate catalyst for her to quit the panel show, PageSix reported . The former panel host told the podcasters that when she returned from maternity leave in January 2021, one core moment changed her entire perspective on her work. “I finally went back to the show, and the day I went back to the show, Joy Behar said on air, ‘Nobody missed you, we didn’t miss you, you shouldn’t have come back,'” McCain told the podcasters. The comments from Behar were enough to make McCain realize that the job was not worth the treatment, PageSix suggested. Nobody takes as many L’s as Joy Behar https://t.co/tqhUbpn7Xx — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 3, 2022 “And I just… I started hysterically crying. Sorry gentlemen, I know, I started lactating on air, and I started crying,” … [Read more...] about ‘Nobody Missed You’: Meghan McCain Shares More Horrendous Comments She Received From Joy Behar
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto made history nearly six years ago as the first Latina elected to the U.S. Senate following a hard-fought, expensive race that she won by less than 3 percent. Her re-election is looking just as difficult and one demographic is especially key to maintaining her seat: Latinos. Republicans, emboldened by their gains with Latinos in South Texas and Florida in recent elections, are eyeing Nevada as their next opportunity to make inroads with a voting demographic that’s been trending in the right’s direction. GOP nominee and former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, through his “Latinos for Laxalt” coalition, is pitching those voters that his MAGA-brand candidacy is an opportunity for change. “The only thing we have to look forward to is that people are waking up to it,” Laxalt said at a Latinos-focused campaign stop in Las Vegas earlier this month, according to a dispatch from The Nevada Independent . “They’re throwing the Democrats off. They know … [Read more...] about Latino Voters Helped Power The First Latina to the Senate. But Will They Send Her Back?