01/15/21 | 04:31 p.m.
Von Miller, Denver Broncos star pass rusher, is charged for unknown allegations. Von Miller’s criminal case is under investigation, sources reported.
No details have been issued on the alleged crime’s nature, but certainly, this isn’t good news.
A Parker Police spokesperson approved Von Miller is under investigation but would not mention on what type of charges.
He stated if it is determined that a crime was charged, it will be turned over to the community attorney for a charging determination.
01/15/21 | 03:45 p.m.
On Thursday’s episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers, American star Anne Hathaway opened up about her unique experience filming “Locked Down” during a pandemic.
“It was exhilarating,” the Oscar-winning actress said. “I feel like some people started smoking again during a lockdown, some people started drinking with lunch, and then we just took our feelings and made a film about it.”
The new HBO Max film takes place in the early days of the pandemic. It is written by Steven Knight and directed by Doug Liman in just six months. The two lead characters are Linda (Anne Hathaway) and Paxton (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Linda and Paxton play the role of a couple who originally planned to go their separate ways but are forced to be stuck together as London faces a mandatory lockdown.
“Locked Down” was released in America on January 14, 2021, on HBO Max, and received different reviews from critics.
01/15/21 | 09:50 a.m.
Duranice Pace’s death cause has not been confirmed yet, since the great singer who moved the hearts of many has passed away at the age of 62.
Duranice Pace, who became a well-known personality ever since a video clip of her singing went viral on the internet, died on Thursday, January 14.
The singer was the oldest of Atlanta’s acclaimed sibling gospel group, the Anointed Pace Sisters. The sisters did live up to their name for sure, with voices that touched the hearts of many who had heard them sing.
The anointed sisters got introduced to the world only a few years ago, thanks to social media. The video clip had turned her into a viral internet impression.
01/15/21 | 03:52 a.m.
Sylvain Mizrahi, known professionally as Sylvain Sylvain, the punk icon and guitarist for New York Dolls, whose riffs spanned the gap between punk and glam, passed away Wednesday at 69.
The musician, who also contributed piano and songwriting to the groundbreaking band’s first two albums, had been battling cancer.
“As most of you know, Sylvain battled his cancer for the past two and half years,” his wife, Wanda O’Kelley Mizrahi, noted in a statement on his Facebook page.
Born in Cairo, Egypt, Sylvain’s family moved to France before settling in New York. He was a member of the band Actress starring Arthur Kane, Johnny Thunders, and Billy Murcia before co-founding New York Dolls.
01/14/21 | 06:46 p.m.
According to local reports, after the third suicide at the landmark in less than a year, the Vessel at Hudson Yards in New York City is closing indefinitely as its developing company works via making safety reforms.
A 21-year-old man from Texas jumped to kill himself from the Vessel. The horrifying tragedy really touched the American people; now, related companies are talking to psychiatrists and others about reducing future deaths’ potential.
01/14/21 | 06:41 p.m.
Undoubtedly, 2021 doesn’t seem to be a good year for YouTube! Although we didn’t see this one coming, Grayson and Ethan Dolan, known as Dolan Twins, leave YouTube soon!
The Dolan Twins are known as two of the most famous faces of YouTube stardom. The 20-year-olds achieved fame on the now-defunct app Vine, yet they transitioned to creating YouTube videos. They have since profited off of their joint channel.
In August of 2020, the twins appeared on the Impaulsive podcast, and they moreover elaborated on their shift in vision.
Are the Dolan Twins really leaving YouTube? We are breaking down their former emotional interview with Dawson, what they told Logan Paul, and how they want to give attention to their podcast.
01/14/21 | 04:56 p.m.
Two weeks after Emily Mitchell’s tragic passing, her cause of death has been revealed by her family.
Emily Mitchel, who ran the popular Instagram page, The Hidden Way, died of a pulmonary embolism, her husband announced on the family’s GoFundMe page.
“A few days ago we learned from the state Medical Examiners Office that the official cause of death was a pulmonary embolism,” Emily’s husband, Joseph Mitchell, wrote on GoFundMe.
“Although it is challenging to wrap our heads around how this could have happened, we know all first responders, and medical personnel did everything they could to help, and therefore we are certain that it was simply her time; the Lord was calling her home,” Mitchell added.
Emily was about four months pregnant with her fifth child when she died on December 22. The pregnant influencer “suddenly became unresponsive” while having breakfast with her family, and unfortunately she lost her life at The Westerly Hospital along with her unborn baby.
01/14/21 | 03:06 p.m.
For the first time, Wendy Williams is sharing her own tragic story about sexual assault.
Sources say a famous R&B singer sexually assaulted the lovely American host, but is it really true that an artist with a sophisticated soul does such a horrible act to a young lady?
Unfortunately, the truth is yes! Sherrick, who was died in 1999 at the age of 41, curly rape Wendy.
She bravely explains her dreadful experience: “before the party, I was date-raped by him,” the present also admits that she was date-raped when she was in college too.
“Those types of things happen to girls all the time,” the gossip host continued: “And they’ve been happening a lot, to a lot of our mothers, grandmothers, great-great-grandmothers, and their great-great-grandmothers.”
She also remarked: “I like who I am, so I have no regrets,”
This story precisely shows the incredible power of ladies. No woman should be told she can’t build her own sultanate. When women’s rights are under attack, they valorously fight back. And that’s how the world runes!
01/14/21 | 11:33 a.m.
The great Siegfried Fischbacher’s death cause was revealed, as the legendary illusionist’s obituary is reviewing his honors and funeral following this tragic news.
Siegfried Fischbacher, a surviving member of the legendary illusion team Siegfried & Roy, has passed away at the age of 81 since his publicist, Dave Kirvin, confirmed the illusionist’s death early Thursday.
“Funeral services will be private with arrangements for a public memorial in the future,” according to a statement from Kirvin. The death was first announced by the German publication Bild and confirmed later by The Associated Press.
Earlier this week, the Las Vegas Review-Journal said Fischbacher has been battling pancreatic cancer in Las Vegas, as he had a malignant tumor removed in a 12-hour surgery.
01/14/21 | 08:43 a.m.
Legendary musician Tim Bogert who performed with Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, and supergroup Beck, Bogert & Appice, has passed away. He was 76.
Bogert’s longtime bandmate and friend, Carmine Appice, revealed the heartbreaking news on his FaceBook page. His cause of death relates to cancer. “My true friend Tim Bogert died today. He was like a brother to me. He was my friend for over 50 years,” Bogert wrote on his Facebook page.
Bogert (born Aug. 27, 1944, in NYC) was a legendary bass player who inspired many bass players worldwide.
Bogert, Appice, Vince Martell, and Mark Stein formed the rock band Vanilla Fudge in the ’60s and recorded five masterpiece albums, but unfortunately, they canceled the band in 1970.
The American guitarist and vocalist was best known for his powerful vocal ability and solos that drove fans to a frenzy every time he played one.
01/14/21 | 01:11 a.m.
The soon-to-be ex-President’s Senate impeachment trial will hold at the opening of Joe Biden’s presidency. It will also seriously complicate his successor’s quest to leverage his power’s apex in his early days in office.
Trump’s final days in office have brought the Republican Party to an existential moment.
The coming weeks will clarify whether the fury and radicalism inspired by Trump will decrease when he’s in internal political displacement in Florida. Or they’re going to reveal if something more serious is brewing.
Washington encompasses a week to digest the institutional upheaval of the primary double presidential impeachment in history.
It will drop to incoming Senate legislator Chuck Schumer to wrestle with the fierce constitutional questions that may uniquely apply to an ex-president’s trial.
01/13/21 | 09:38 p.m.
Braunwyn Windham-Burke loves her girlfriend while she is still in marriage with her husband, Sean Burke.
During a new interview, Real Housewives of Orange County star Braunwyn Windham-Burke released further details on how she balances having a relationship with her girlfriend and being married to her husband, Sean Burke.
Earlier in December, Burke revealed that she is a lesbian and is currently dating Kris. However, Burke has plans to stay married for the foreseeable future.
Braunwyn said on January 13: “I’m leaving tonight. I’m gonna go spend the night with Kris, and that’s hard for Sean.” She explained that it is definitely challenging.
01/13/21 | 09:28 p.m.
Expansion club racing Louisville FC chose Stone Bridge high school graduate Emily Fox with the No. 1 overall pick Wednesday evening in the national women’s soccer league draft.
Fox, a defender out of North Carolina, has been praised for her incredible speed and skill to make an immediate impact.
Earlier she was named one of three finalists for the Hermann Trophy, the most coveted unique NCAA soccer award.