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Showing posts from December 6, 2020

Twisted tale of how a young woman, 29 and her much older boyfriend, 52, befriended sisters, aged 8 and 4, to sexually abuse them - as itnis revealed they even filmed the vile acts

A woman and her 54-year-old boyfriend are accused of befriending and sexually assaulting two sisters after meeting them on holidays. Laken Maree Rose, 31, and Andrew Alan Williams started filming the eight and four-year-old girls being raped after meeting them at the Bay of Plenty camping ground, southeast of Auckland, in late 2018. After the oldest child told her mother about a series of disturbing sexual 'games' the couple 'played' with her, police found images and videos of five more children being abused by the couple between 2014 and 2019. Altogether, police found more than 150,000 sickening photos and videos of child abuse in their home. Pictured: Laken Maree Rose, 31, and Andrew Alan Williams, 54, who are from New Zealand Williams pleaded guilty to 56 charges of abusing seven victims between three and 14, and faces decades in jail. Rose pleaded guilty to nine charges of inducing an indecent act on a young person, and making a film showing the sexual exploitation

Zappos founder Tony Hseih was planning to enter rehab in Hawaii for mushroom and ecstasy abuse the night before he locked himself in a shed at his girlfriend's waterfront mansion and died during a fire

Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, 46, died of smoke inhalation as a result of a Connecticut house fire last month. He was planning to enter a rehab facility in Hawaii the night before he died Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh was planning to enter a rehab center in Hawaii but died before his plans came to fruition.  The 46-year-old entrepreneur, who had an estimated net worth of $840 million, died from smoke inhalation as a result of a Connecticut house fire last month.  Friends had warned him that he was living dangerously and was known to be constantly on a source of drugs and alcohol friends told the Wall Street Journal.  But Hsieh had finally come to admit that his addictions had got out of control and had finally accepted he needed help. He is said to have been making plans to enter a rehab clinic the very night before he died. Friends had warned him in recent months that he was living dangerously close to the edge. The multimillionaire had been experimenting with psychedelic mushrooms and

Battle of the airlines: Virgin launches frequent flyer points counter attack at Qantas after the Flying Kangaroo tried to steal customers with great deals - here's how you can take advantage

Virgin Australia has 'one-upped' its frequent flyer program to try and poach Qantas customers after the rival airline tried to entice their loyal members away. Qantas launched its 'Qantas Status Fast Track' campaign in November in a bid to recruit frequent flyer members from 16 other airlines.  The airline has promised Gold and Platinum-tiered members from the other airlines that if they make the switch they will be fast-tracked to the top tier in the Qantas Frequent Flyer program.    That means converted flyers would would be able to access Qantas' private lounges at the airport and enjoy flight benefits such as preferential seating without having to start the program from the beginning. Now Virgin Australia has responded to the marketing ploy, and said it will status-match Qantas Gold and above members if they turn to the airline's own Velocity Frequent flyer program. Virgin Australia has 'one-upped' its frequent flyer program to try and poach Qantas f

Biden selects California AG Xavier Becerra to lead HHS, putting the former congressman in charge of his administration's COVID response

President-elect Joe Biden has picked California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to be his health secretary, putting a defender of the Affordable Care Act in a leading role to oversee his administration's coronavirus response. If confirmed by the Senate, Becerra, 62, will be the first Latino to head the Department of Health and Human Services, a $1-trillion-plus agency with 80,000 employees and a portfolio that includes drugs and vaccines, leading-edge medical research and health insurance programs covering more than 130 million Americans. Biden's selection of Becerra was confirmed by two people familiar with the decision, who spoke on condition of anonymity ahead of a formal announcement anticipated this week. President-elect Joe Biden has picked California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seen in his office in 2008, to be his health secretary, putting a defender of the Affordable Care Act in a leading role to oversee his administration's coronavirus response President-ele

Sanitation worker who found body of influencer Alexis Sharkey, 26, says he 'thought it was a mannequin' - as her husband denies any marriage rift - and one detective says an arrest 'is a matter of time'

The naked body of a Houston influencer whose corpse was found dumped on the side of the road was initially mistaken for a possible mannequin. Police say it will 'only be a matter of time' before someone is arrested in the death of Alexis Sharkey, 26, who disappeared on Nov. 27 before her body was found less than 24 hours later. John Richardson, a city sanitation department worker who discovered the body on Nov. 28, said he had received a call from a colleague who had driven past the location in his garbage truck. 'He said he thought he'd seen a body or a mannequin. He wasn't too sure,' Richardson said to KHOU. 'He wasn't going to stop because he was scared or whatever the case may be, so he asked me to come out there to check it out.' Alexis Sharkey's body was found just three miles from a friend's home and discovered by sanitation workers Sharkey, 26, was found 'with no visible signs of injury' by city workers in Houston on Saturday

BREAKING NEWS: Disgusting 'bin bag paedophile', 63, is jailed for livestreaming abuse of a girl, 12, - as the young victim is rescued from the clutches of her sick abusers overseas

An Australian paedophile who live-streamed the abuse of a girl, 12, in the Philippines has been jailed for more than four years and the victim rescued from her abusers' clutches. Richard George Aldinger, 63, was arrested and charged last year after the Federal police were tipped off to an Australian repeatedly posting child pornography online.  Last September, detectives seized phones and computers from Aldinger's home in the quiet Sydney suburb of North Rocks.  It turned out to be vital evidence that eventually led Filipino authorities to save the girl in the vile videos from her horrid circumstances.  Aldinger on Monday was sentenced at the Parramatta District Court for a string of offences. Sydney paedophile Richard George Aldinger, 63, has been jailed for up to four years and nine months over a vile livestream of a girl, 12, being abused in the Philippines  The arrest allegedly led Filipino authorities to rescue a girl, 12, from a home in Rizal, about two hours east of Man

SNL's Pete Davidson blasts Staten Island bar owner and his supporters as 'babies' for protesting COVID dining restrictions - but adds he is glad he's no longer 'the worst thing about the NYC borough'

Pete Davidson called a Staten Island bar owner and his hundreds of supporters 'babies' for holding anti-COVID lockdown protests, but quipped he's glad to no longer be the 'worst thing' about the borough. The 'King of Staten Island' star took direct aim at his hometown when he appeared on the 'Weekend Update' segment of Saturday Night Live. Davidson kicked off the segment by mentioning Mac's Public House, a Staten Island restaurant where owners have declared it a Covid-19 restriction 'autonomous zone' and repeatedly flouted state guidelines. 'I saw the protests, people were outside the bar shouting about freedom, talking to cops, chanting that they should arrest the governor so I just assumed that it was a typical last call,' Davidson said. Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson spoke out against the anti-COVID lockdown protests that happened last week in Staten Island  He went on to explain that Mac's Public House, on Lincol

Former Andrew Cuomo aide slams the NY Governor's 'toxic team environment', says his staff are 'deathly afraid of him' and find their working lives 'endlessly dispiriting'

A former aide for New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo called his office the 'most toxic team environment' and said there’s a 'whole book of people who have been harmed.' Lindsey Boylan, a Democratic candidate for 2021 Manhattan Borough President, made the claims on Saturday in a Twitter thread. She previously worked for Cuomo's administration from 2015 to 2018, per her LinkedIn. 'Most toxic team environment? Working for @NYGovCuomo,' Boylan wrote. 'I’ve had many jobs. Waitressing at @Friendlys as a teenager was an infinitely more respectful environment. Even when I had bad customers who tipped poorly. If people weren’t deathly afraid of him, they’d be saying the same thing and you’d already know the stories.' Lindsey Boylan , a former aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo , called his office the 'most toxic team environment' in a Twitter thread  Boylan was employed at Empire State Development, New York's economic development public-benefit corporation,