A Florida court heard the case of a woman named Marisa Morey who violated the offer of an 11-year-old child with coercion and gave birth to a child.
The family of the abused child entrusted Marisa, who was 22 at the time, with the task of taking care of him until his parents returned from work, but the accused raped the child more than once under threat. Three years after the incident, the boy, who had reached the age of 14, told his mother what had happened, and by searching, investigating and resorting to DNA testing, it became clear that the father of Mori’s son was the child that she had abused.
The boy, now nearly 17, was in the courtroom when a hearing judge handed down a 20-year prison sentence to Murray, now 28.
Reports indicated that Mori was staying with the family of the “young father” when the crime occurred, and that his parents realized that the woman was pregnant, but they did not complain about her, believing that her pregnancy was from a friend of hers.
Mori tried to defend herself, denying the charge against her, but a DNA examination revealed the clues of her crime.
For her part, the mother of the “young father” spoke to the media, saying that her son is carrying out all his parental duties towards his 5-year-old son, and that her son is living an older stage of his life, as he is forced to accompany his son to school.
She added, that this incident completely changed her son’s life, launching an appeal to all families, to take caution and caution when bringing any nanny to the house, and concluded her speech by saying: “This has cost me a lot.”
Two drivers were killed in separate accidents in Nashville at the weekend.
At about 12:20 a.m., a Florida woman was killed in a single car crash on East Thompson Road near Wembole Road.
Metro Police say Rachel Kaplan, from Pinellas Park, Florida, was traveling north at high speed when she apparently lost control of the car when it was crossing a bridge over Mill Creek. She ended up hitting the concrete bridge wall.
MNPD says Kaplan, who was not wearing a seat belt, died at the scene.
Just 30 minutes later at 12:50 a.m., another driver was killed in a single car crash on northbound-bound I-65.
The driver has been initially identified as Franklin’s Man, but the medical examiner’s office still confirms the identity.
Metro police say the man was driving a Mazda CX-5 along I-65 heading north in Madison when he got off the road and ran into a concrete block used to mount signage between states. The car quickly caught fire. The driver died at the scene of the accident.
Kendall Jenner is a model, Instagram star, and one of the famous siblings to have appeared on the hit reality show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”.
Who is Kendall Jenner?
Kendall Jenner is one of the siblings in the famous Jenner / Kardashian clan. She got a taste of success and first star stardom on the popular family TV reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. From there, Jenner launched his modeling career. Shortly after appearing in an ad campaign for Forever 21, Jenner was pushed to the high fashion runways of world top designers and the spread of magazines. In a short time, she landed a position as one of the most sought-after and highest-paid models in the fashion industry. Like her siblings, Jenner is also a powerhouse on social media and recognized as the best e-commerce influencer in the fashion industry. It has also branched out into marketing its own brands of clothing, accessories, and makeup.
Family and early occupations
Kendall Nicole Jenner was born on November 3, 1995 in Los Angeles, California to her father Chris and Olympic champion Bruce Jenner. Her father emerged as transgender in 2015 and since then has been known as Caitlyn Jenner. Her middle name is in honor of her mother’s girlfriend, Nicole Brown Simpson, who was murdered in 1994.
Jenner grew up in a wealthy Los Angeles suburb with her younger sister Kylie and four half-siblings from her mother’s first marriage to defense attorney Robert Kardashian: Kourtney, Kim, Chloe, and Rob. Her extended family also includes two half-brothers, Burt and Cassandra, from her father’s first marriage, and two half-brothers from his second marriage, Brandon and Brody. Her sister Kim is married to music superstar Kanye West.
In 2007, Jenner began appearing with her family on her hit reality TV series, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and has since appeared on related affiliate programs. In 2013, Jenner participated in the Teen Choice Award for Best Reality Star with her Sisters.
Modeling and Fashion Projects
When she was 14, her mother signed with Jenner at Wilhelmina Models and began her career photographing fashion for the popular clothing chain Forever 21. More work came her way after she landed a picture in Teen Vogue and a slew of other advertising campaigns for Prominent brands primarily in Australia. Since then, Jenner has appeared in high fashion shows and campaigns wearing the likes of Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, among others. By the end of 2014, the young model had been dubbed “It”.
Jenner’s hotline continued, showing more elite runway shows for top fashion brands and scoring photos in magazines like Harper’s Bazaar, GQ and Vogue. She also bagged the Teen Choice Awards for Favorite Model in 2015 and 2016 and made it to Forbes’ list of highest-paid models, and later topped the list in both 2017 and 2018.
Outside of the modeling business, Jenner has expanded her brand name to include nail polish and jewelry lines, in addition to her sister Kylie, a collection of clothes at the popular retailer Topshop, as well as shoes and handbags at Steve Madden’s Madden Girl. In 2016, as the new face of Estée Lauder, she also announced her cosmetics line.
Jenner has been involved in acting, appearing in Hawaii Five-O in 2012 and Ocean’s 8 in 2018, as well as in music videos. She has also become a regular on award shows such as the 2016 MTV Movie Awards and is the powerhouse of social media, joining her sisters as one of the most followed people on Instagram.
Always teetering on the brink of controversy with her reality TV roots in the Kardashians, Jenner was identified and publicly mocked in April 2017 for her starring role in a Pepsi ad campaign titled “Live For Now,” in which she used the drinks to heal a split between police and protesters. The ad was criticized for underestimating the Black Lives Matters movement, and thus it was removed just a day after it first appeared. Jenner was reportedly “devastated” by the backlash, but due to her contractual agreement with Pepsi, she was unable to comment publicly on the matter.
Just two months later, Jenner faced further controversy, along with younger sister Kylie, to promote the vintage shirts through their Kendall + Kylie clothing line. The shirts contained pictures of musicians such as Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. With the faces of the sisters placed on them. Not only did they face a backlash from the public, but they also faced legal problems, as they violated copyright laws by not seeking permission to use the images. As a result, the sisters removed the shirts from their website and issued an apology.
Sotheby’s today sold an extremely “rare” 102-carat “rare” diamond in Hong Kong for 104 million HK dollars (13.4 million dollars or 11.4 million euros).
The 10239 Victor 10239 diamond – named because it was extracted from the Victor Mine in Ontario (Canada) and weighing 102.39 carats – was offered for sale without an entry price, which is unprecedented in global diamonds.
It was the auction of a diamond of this caliber that attracted the most bidders in history, and this sale also recorded the highest bid ever on the Internet.
It was sold to an unidentified wealthy for 11.4 million euros.
As the auction house explained last month, only seven other white diamonds weighing more than 100 carats have been sold worldwide, of which five are on sale through Sotheby’s.
In 2015, this company sold another “perfect” 100-carat emerald-cut diamond at auction in New York for $ 22 million (about 18.7 million euros).