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Mariah Carey's estranged sister Alison is suing their mother for 'forcing her to perform sex acts on strangers when she was 10 and being made to watch other children being abused during satanic worship meetings'
The estranged sister of Mariah Carey is suing their mother after claiming she was sexual assaulted as a child.
Alison Carey, 57, is accusing her mom, Patricia, of forcing her to perform sex acts on strangers when she was just 10-years-old.
The Sun reported that in the lawsuit filed with the New York Supreme Court, Alison alleges that as well as enduring her own abuse she also had to watch other youngsters being abused 'during middle-of-the-night satanic worship meetings that included ritual sacrifices'.
Mariah Carey's estranged sister Alison
Mother Of 4 Pinned Down Husband As Her Brother Hacked Him To Death With Hatchet
It was the early morning hours of May 25, 2015 when Georganne Lee heard a commotion and a woman screaming outside her Las Vegas home.
“I’m thinking, ‘Uh oh. She’s being choked or raped, or something’s going on,’” Lee told “Snapped,” airing Sundays at 6/5c on Oxygen.
When she looked out her window, she saw a man lying in a pool of blood and a woman standing over him. Lee called 911, and officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department arrived on the scene and found the woman with a bloody hatchet in her hand.
Her name was Maria Hernandez, and the dead man on the ground was her husband, Enrique Hernandez. She told police they had been checking the engine of their minivan when they were attacked by an unknown man, according to Las Vegas NBC affiliate KSNV.
Mother Of 4 Pinned Down Husband As Her Brother Hacked Him To Death With Hatchet
Report: LGBTQ+ Men and Women Raped, Abused In Syrian Conflict
Gay and bisexual men in Syria, along with transgender women, have been suffering horrific sexual violence in that nation during its multisided civil war, as documented in a new Human Rights Watch report.
“Since the Syrian conflict began in March 2011, men and boys and transgender women have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual violence by the Syrian government and non-state armed groups, including the extremist armed group Islamic State (also known as ISIS),” says the report, “They Treated Us in Monstrous Ways”: Sexual Violence Against Men, Boys, and Transgender Women in the Syrian Conflict, released Wednesday. “Heterosexual men and boys are vulnerable to sexual violence in Syria, but men who are gay or bisexual — or perceived to be — and transgender women are particularly at risk.”
Naila, a 21-year-old transgender woman, said she was gang-raped in prison while a minor. “They brought the stick of a mop and they inserted it in our anus,” she said. “A strong bleeding started, and we were mutilated.”
Gay Man Says Group of 7 Beat Him Unconscious While Camping
Family of Special-Ed Student Who Was Given Drugs, Sexually Assaulted by Teacher Sues School District
Federal judge's son shot and killed, husband injured in attack at their NJ home
The son of a federal judge in Newark, New Jersey, has been shot and killed, and her husband shot and injured in an attack at the family's home, according to law enforcement sources.
The judge, Esther Salas, was not hurt.
Francis “Mac” Womack, the mayor of North Brunswick, New Jersey, tells ABC News that the judge’s son has died.
The condition of husband was not immediately known, Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone told ABC News.
The judge’s son opened the door and was immediately shot, sources said.
“He was shot through the heart,” Womack said. The son was a freshman at Catholic University.
Multiple people stabbed at Bible study, police chief injured taking down attacker
Portland mayor wants federal agents to leave city
Chicago shootings leave at least 49 people shot and seven dead this weekend
‘Love & Hip Hop:’ Mariahlynn Alleges She Was Brutally Attacked by Her Ex-Boyfriend
13 people shot in gunfight between groups at Peoria, Illinois, riverfront
Three men — longtime partners in crime — charged with gunning down dad in front of his young daughter in Bronx drive-by
Federal judge's son, 20, is shot dead and her criminal defense attorney husband is critically injured after a gunman dressed as a FedEx driver ambushed their home - four days after she was assigned a case linked to Jeffrey Epstein
Police issue warrant for Louisiana woman, 29, who 'shot her boyfriend because he refused to argue with her', leaving him in critical condition
Manhunt is launched for two 'dangerous' fugitives, 18 and 20, who escaped from a juvenile detention center in Virginia after assaulting a guard
Florida dad, 42, is fighting for life after his son ignored his parents' advice and went out with friends without a mask and infected his whole family with COVID-19
A Florida father is fighting for his life after contracting coronavirus from his son, who tested positive after ignoring his parents' advice to stay home and not gather with friends.
John Place, from Plantation, is currently in the intensive care unit at Westside Regional Medical Center where he was put on a ventilator for more than two weeks.
The 42-year-old and his family all tested positive for COVID-19 last month after his 21-year-old son went out with friends one night and unknowingly brought the respiratory virus back to their home.
'I didn't get a COVID stimulus check': Cops hunt bank robber who slipped teller a note threatening to start shooting if she didn't get him money because he 'lost his business to the pandemic and didn't get aid'
It’s time to cancel ‘The Star-Spangled Banner.’ Here’s what should replace it
Scholars disagree about the meaning of this couplet. Some read the words as a reference to escaped slaves fighting alongside the British, who promised to grant freedom to Black soldiers in exchange for their service. Historian Jason Johnson has called “The Star-Spangled Banner” “a diss track to Black people who had the audacity to fight for their freedom.” Marc Ferris, the author of “Star-Spangled Banner: The Unlikely Story of America’s National Anthem,” has written that Key was likely using the term “slave” more loosely, to describe “all of the monarch’s loyal subjects, including British troops — as contrasted with free patriot Americans.” Others argue that this context is academic: The only part of the poem that anyone knows, that anyone ever sings, is the first stanza, the one that begins “O say, can you see.”
But there are also arguments against “The Star-Spangled Banner” on aesthetic grounds, criticisms that have dogged the anthem for decades. For one thing, it’s not an especially American song. Its lyrics are ornate and Anglophile, with syntax that frustrates the efforts of normal human Americans to follow along — to deduce who or what, exactly, is gleaming and streaming.
0:12 / 3:08 "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp" Wins Original Song: 2006 Oscars
"You know it's hard out here for a pimp (you ain't knowin')
When he tryin' to get this money for the rent (you ain't knowin')
For the Cadillac's and gas money spent (you ain't knowin')
Because a whole lot of bitches talkin' shit (you ain't knowin')
Will have a whole lot of bitches talkin' shit (you ain't knowin')
In my eyes I done seen some crazy thangs in the streets
Gotta couple hoes workin' on the changes for me
But I gotta keep my game tight like Kobe on game night
Like takin' from a ho don't know no better,
I know that ain't right
Done seen people killed, done seen people deal
Done seen people live in poverty with no meals
It's fucked up where I live, but that's just how it is
It might be new to you, but it's been like this for years." 14-Jul-2020
At least 17 people shot in NYC on Monday as gun violence continues to soar
At least 17 people were shot in New York City on Monday — a tally that would be considered high for a weekend day, but is “astronomical” for early in the week, law enforcement sources said.
No borough was spared from the gunplay, but Brooklyn saw the most violence with 10 shooting incidents and a total of 12 victims, sources said.
“Those numbers would be high for a Friday or Saturday, but for a Monday they are astronomical,” said one high-ranking Brooklyn cop.
Authorities building case against Bronx man who put NYPD officer in headlock
Two boys, ages 12 and 15, wounded in separate NYC shootings
White couple are arrested after 'attacking 59-year-old black hotel worker and repeatedly calling her a monkey'
Leftists go berserk at protest, surround and smash up car — and it turns out driver has cerebral palsy
Bronx man charged for stabbing pair of elderly straphangers on subway
UFC fighter Devonte Smith’s sister shot and killed outside nightclub in Ohio
Man Who Reported Girlfriend Missing Now Charged With Her Murder After Blood Was Found 'All Over' Home Where She Was Last Seen
Two thugs tried to rob a gay couple in a hate-filled, homophobic mugging – but it backfired spectacularly
2 killed, including 15-year-old boy, in Queens shooting
LISA MARIE PRESLEY
SON BENJAMIN KEOUGH DEAD AT 27
... From Apparent Suicide
Lisa Marie Presley's son and Elvis Presley's grandson, Benjamin Keough, has died of an apparent suicide ... TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us Ben appears to have died Sunday in Calabasas from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A New York ER doctor who felt guilty that she couldn't help after she was diagnosed with the coronavirus died by suicide
Decorated Green Beret known as ‘Captain America’ commits suicide
Angry letter denounces DC resident for posting both Pride & BLM signs
An unnamed D.C. resident who posted both Pride and Black Lives Matter signs was shocked to get a nasty letter in the mail from “black heterosexuals.” The unsigned letter asserted that the two civil rights causes were not equal because “gays are the most racist group of people in America.”
After a photo of the letter was posted on one of the city’s most popular blogs, PoPville, the best part of the city reacted strongly to some of the worst.
“Gays are the most racist group in America,” the letter continues, “the first to move in and gentrify a Black neighborhhod [sic] and discriminate against Black local community leaders in that neighborhood and put out racist properganda [sic] on your local racist blogs.”
Costco Bans Employees From Wearing Masks That Say Black Lives Matter, Because It Is 'Political'
Daughter of Texas cop killed in ambush slammed for tweeting #bluelivesmatter
Florida homeowner shoots and kills two 'extremely violent' burglars and injures another after they broke into his house during the night
A teenager is facing charges for a would-be armed home invasion robbery in Florida in which his two accomplices were shot and killed and he was wounded.
Jeremiah Trammel, 19, was shot after his accomplices, Luis Casado, 21, and Khyle Durham, 21, had already been shot dead during the alleged break-in.
The person who shot the two men was the homeowner who was using a gun to defend himself in Wesley Chapel, near Tampa.
Two elderly men are stabbed in shocking NYC subway attack amid surge in violent crime in the Big Apple and Mayor de Blasio's $1bn NYPD budget cut – as NY sheriff says 'We're starting to lose control'
Memphis man shoots cousin over Penny Hardaway argument: police
NYC sees 15 shootings in 15-hour span as gun violence surge continues
Rapper Lil Marlo Shot and Killed on Atlanta Highway
Hundreds Gather for Black Lives Matter Demonstration in Martinez
Man arrested and charged over missing Amish teenage girl who vanished last month
Mexican American man who fatally hit white motorcyclist with truck charged with hate crime
Chicago Man Gets 15 Years in Prison for Firing Gun Into Murder Victim's Grave
BCSO deputy arrested on assault, resisting arrest charges overnight
A 13-Year-Old Will Be Tried As An Adult For Shooting And Killing His Brother While Playing Cops And Robbers
A 13-year-old boy in Pennsylvania will be tried as an adult for fatally shooting his 9-year-old brother in the head, according to online court dockets.
Brayden Leroy Wright of Waynesboro was charged Wednesday with first-degree criminal homicide and second-degree aggravated assault. He was denied bail.
According to a state police arrest affidavit obtained by the Patriot-News, Brayden shot his brother as they were playing cops and robbers at approximately 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
Three armed men attempt home invasion on a gun collector, but the homeowner is ready
Homophobic Karen Attacks ‘Punks’ Amid Parking Dispute: ‘You Go on Grindr and Do Hookups’ (WATCH)
SOCAL 'KAREN' Battery Arrest Mug Shots ... KARMA'S A BITCH!!!
National Sexual Assault Hotline sees record demand during pandemic. Many reaching out are children.
Many of them call when they feel there is nowhere else to turn.
The girl whose brother was brought home by the pandemic and began to abuse her again. The victim separated from her favorite teacher after a coronavirus-related school closure. The child who urgently needed help calling 911.
As the coronavirus pandemic has engulfed the country, more children are reaching out to the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network's National Sexual Assault Hotline, which said this week it's experiencing its highest demand for services in its 26-year history. In May and June, half of visitors to RAINN's online hotline, which sees some of the most urgent cases, were minors.
"Their safety net collapsed during this period," said RAINN president Scott Berkowitz. "Normally the first people to spot signs of abuse are adults outside the immediate family. Teachers and guidance counselors and the parents of friends. Once kids were cut off from that support group, we've seen in a lot of states that reports to child abuse authorities have declined."
Simple Plan Bassist Quits Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations
St Andrews University is hit by wave of sexual assault claims: Fraternity 'suspends two members' after 'multiple' allegations
Mass. Gymnastics Coach Charged With Rape of Teen in Stow
Man Charged With Murdering 13-Year-Old Sexually Assaulted Her Corpse Before Burning Her Body, Police Say
The woke 'circus': Charles Barkley torches sports leagues for caving to social justice mob
Basketball legend Charles Barkley is speaking out about the sports world's decision to go woke.
As TheBlaze reported, for example, the NBA will allow players to display social justice messages on their jerseys once the season resumes later this month. Additionally, the phrase "Black Lives Matter" will be plastered on NBA courts.
Meanwhile, the NFL has said it was "wrong" to oppose national anthem protests.
Barkley explained that players should focus their energy on making real, lasting change — not on social justice messages and who is kneeling during the national anthem.
"We need police reform, we need prison reform," Barkley said.
In fact, the former basketball MVP said sports leagues may face backlash from fans who look to sports for a reprieve from the stress of life — not to be lectured about politics.
Jackie Lacey responds to being targeted by Black Live Matter
Majority of Packers fans say they won't go to games, but rest say they're ready for football
Joe Biden’s family racks up arrests for drugs, drunk driving — but no jail time
Cinderella’s Castle Paint Gets Mixed Reviews During Its Reveal, Reminding Some Of Archrival Sleeping Beauty
The wicked stepmother isn’t the only one who has a complaint about Cinderella. Some Disney employees are chiming in as well, claiming they don’t like the new paint job on her Disney World castle.
The Disney World theme park officially reopens tomorrow, July 11. But employees got a sneak preview of the changes awaiting all this week, including new safety features.
Man kicked out of sick parents’ house after partying on Fire Island amid COVID-19
Giancarlo Albanese, the unapologetic man who flocked to Fire Island Pines last weekend — and posted a photo of a large, maskless all-male rave he attended with the caption “Fuck your mask … Fuck your vaccine” — has reportedly been booted from his parents’ house over his failure to keep it socially distant.
Queerty reports that a man who claims to be Albanese’s brother responded to that Instagram upload, which itself drew a number of inflammatory comments from Instagram users, telling him to scram.
“Find a new home because you’re not welcome at the one you currently live at,” he wrote. “Complete disrespect for [Mom] and Dad’s lives, both who are very weak. Mom has Chemo on Friday and you’re out doing this shit? Go live off on your own and not under your [parents’] roof and you can do whatever you want.”
In a nearly 14-minute video rant posted Wednesday to his Instagram profile, Albanese — an admitted conspiracy theorist — wouldn’t apologize for his actions. The clip makes no mention of his eviction, but he says he has “nothing to be sorry about,” and the same goes for the “hundreds of thousands, if not millions” of people who went out to celebrate July 4 last week.
“The world has been consumed by mass hysteria and paranoia on an unprecedented scale right now,” he says, adding that he refuses to fall for it. “We’re not going to fall for the lab-made virus, we’re not going to fall for the mass-media marketing campaign that’s been going on because it’s all bullshit, every single ounce of it.”
Duo arrested after refusing to wear masks, coughing on Walmart employees
Man confesses secrets to wife in coronavirus-triggered manic episode
Nashville's Youngest Coronavirus Victim Was Uninsured, Delayed Care for Days
Virginia Man Assaults Coffee Shop Owner After She Asks Him to Wear Mask
Airline passengers are finding 'creative ways' to remove masks, American pilot says
New York City rents slide as vacancies hit a record
Hollywood production craters as coronavirus halts most filming