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    Ashley Judd has revealed her mother, country star Naomi Judd, killed herself using a firearm at her Tennessee home on April 30.  'She used a weapon…a firearm,' Ashley said in a heartbreaking interview with Good Morning America. 'So that's the piece of information we're very uncomfortable sharing.' 'Our mother couldn't hang on until she was inducted into the hall of fame by her peers,' Ashley said. 'That is the level of catastrophe of what was going on inside of her, because the barrier between the regard in which they held her couldn't penetrate into her heart and the lie the disease told her was so convincing.' 
    The Duchess of Cambridge has said no mother is 'immune to experiencing anxiety and depression' in a new video to mark becoming patron of a 'fantastic organisation' supporting the mental health of women. Kate Middleton, 40, said it was crucial for those 'struggling' to be given the 'right support at the right time' and also urged society to play its part, saying everyone needed to help 'parents and carers, and all those who are raising children today'. Her words were spoken in a video message recorded to mark her new role as patron of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA), announced during Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, which ends on Sunday. The mother-of-three has focused on early years support and mental health in her royal career. The MMHA is a UK-wide charity and network of more than 100 organisations, working to ensure women and families affected by perinatal mental problems have access to high-quality comprehensive care and support. The Duchess of Cambridge has said no mother is 'immune to experiencing anxiety and depression' in a new video to mark becoming...
    A Reseda woman charged with murdering her three young children last year appeared Monday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. Liliana Carrillo, 30, wearing a yellow inmate jumpsuit, hid from view behind her attorneys inside the defendant holding area of the Criminal Justice Center courtroom, while the father of her children and his family looked on from the gallery. Carrillo declined to enter a plea to the three murder charges filed against her in the April 10, 2021 deaths of 3-year-old Joanna, 2-year-old Terry, and 6-month-old Sierra. “Yes, ma’am,” Carrillo said when asked by Judge Victoria B. Wilson if she was waiving her right to a speedy trial. Monday’s hearing played out just like the last six hearings. Prosecutors have sought to arraign Carrillo since August 2021. She has been in custody in Los Angeles County since April 2021, when she was arrested in Ponderosa, California near the Sierras, after she apparently attempted to carjack a man in Kern County as she fled from the L.A. area. The carjacking charges are still open in Kern County, according to court records....
    A five-year-old Florida girl died after her mother kidnapped her and led police on a high-speed chase that ended with her vehicle crashing into a retention pond. Pamela Tereza Cabrera, 32, led police on a 30-mile pursuit through North Jacksonville on Thursday night, reaching speeds of 90 mph, before she crashed her vehicle into the pond as she tried to exit the interstate. Officers pulled Cabrera out of the water, but were unable locate her daughter, Vanity, WJAX reported. A dive team eventually found the five-year-old dead at the bottom of the pond. Cabrera was arrested on several charges, including fleeing or attempting to elude a law enforcement officer, vehicular homicide and multiple counts of battery. She lost custody of Vanity in 2020 as she battled schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. She was expected in court on Friday but did not show up due to 'disruptive behavior.' Officials say she is currently undergoing a mental health evaluation at the Jacksonville Jail and is expected in court for arraignment on April 21.   Cabrera (pictured in mug shot) was expected in court on Friday...
    "The school counselor was involved, DCFS (Department of Children and Family Services) was involved, LGBT was in there too, trying to 'help' my daughter on the transition of being transgender," Martinez explained. "I was accused that I didn't want to open my eyes since she felt since she was a little girl that she was a boy which was not true. She was not even close to a tomboy ... she was the girlie girl in the house." Martinez asserts that instead of proper treatment for mental illness, her daughter was encouraged to receive hormone treatments and gender reassignment surgery by school staff and an LGBTQ support group. She remarked, "I knew that the hormones wouldn't work." The Daily Mail reported, "Yaeli was allegedly told by her trans peers that the only way she could get it paid for by the state was if she was in foster care. Martinez claims Yaeli's trans friend 'coached' her to tell social workers she was abused so the state would pay for her gender reassignment." Yaeli ran away from home in July 2016...
    PRINCE Harry's upcoming autobiography will blame Camilla for his mental health problems, a royal expert has claimed. Angela Levin believes the bombshell book, to be released later this year, could be a "spiteful attack" on the future Queen Consort for "stealing" Charles from Diana. 5Prince Harry is set to spill the beans in his upcoming memoir 5His step-mother Camilla Parker-Bowles could be one of his prime targets The Duke of Sussex, who has vowed to give a "wholly truthful" and "honest" account of his life in the memoir, has not yet publicly addressed the Queen's decision to hand over the reigns to Camilla when the time comes. Sources have previously suggested the Harry's silence "speaks volumes" about his relationship with Charles' second wife. Royal biographer Angela has since said Camilla can expect a bundle of public bad-mouthing in his imminent tome. Angela, who spent a year with Harry for an authorised biography, told Talk Radio: "Harry‘s memoir is coming out at the end of the year. "Anyone who is anyone is saying it’s going to attack Camilla and...
    A brave mother has shared how she survived her husband's horror machete attack that left her face permanently disfigured and blind in one eye. Meghan Moss, 31, from Vancouver, Washington, was attacked by her now estranged husband Samuel Laughlin, 31, in June 2019 after she made the difficult decision to leave him after years of alleged mental and physical abuse. The mother-of-two suffered multiple critical and lifelong injuries after her husband of nine years horrifically attacked her with a machete in their home while their two children, Gabriel, eight, and Gwendolyn, 10 months, were upstairs. Meghan is now sharing her harrowing tale for the first time to help raise awareness about domestic violence. Laughlin faced Clark County Superior Court, Vancouver, in June 2019 and was later sentenced to 15 years and nine months in jail for attempted murder. Meghan Moss, 31, from Vancouver, Washington, was attacked by her now estranged husband Samuel Laughlin (pictured together), 31, in June 2019 after she made the difficult decision to leave him after years of alleged mental and physical abuse The mother-of-two (pictured after...
    Melissa Rivers has opened up about her fears for her 20-year-old son Cooper Endicott's mental health, saying they have had many conversations about her father's suicide and how there is a 'genetic component' he needs to be aware of.  The 53-year-old daughter of iconic comedian Joan Rivers and TV producer Edgar Rosenberg has been candid with her only child about depression and suicide, but she admitted it was difficult to keep the lines of communication open during the COVID-19 pandemic.  'Obviously, I live in fear — the teen suicide numbers break my heart. And sadly, the age is getting younger, and younger, and younger, Rivers told People. Honest: Melissa Rivers, 53, has opened up about her concerns for her 20-year-old son Cooper's mental health after losing her father to suicide  Honest: Rivers (pictured with Cooper) admitted the alarming rise in teen suicides has her living in 'fear'  Cooper was in his freshman year of college when he had to leave school and go into lockdown with his mother, which was a struggle for both of them.  'It was scary. With my son,...
    Simone Biles's biological mother has just four words to tell the world about her emotionally troubled superstar daughter. 'She's gonna be okay.' Shanon Biles had those encouraging words after the seven-time Olympic-medalist shockingly pulled out of the US team gymnast event in Tokyo. But she declined to comment further as she spoke exclusively to DailyMail.com on the doorstep of her red-brick row house in Columbus, Ohio. Shanon, 49, has pulled her life together after having to give up Simone and her three siblings to foster parents when they were small. At the time Shanon was suffering from chronic drug abuse. Now sober and healthy, she is avidly following the Olympian, and like the rest of America was dismayed when Simone, 24, stumbled badly on Monday before quitting the team leaving teammates Jordan Chiles, Grace McCallum and Sunisa Lee to fight on for the silver medal. Simone Biles's biological mother, Shanon (pictured left in 2016) was confident her daughter is 'going to be OK' when she spoke to DailyMail.com after the Olympic gymnast's shock exit on Tuesday   Shanon...
    RESEDA, LOS ANGELES -- Lilliana Carrillo, the woman accused of killing her three young children in Reseda, was fighting to retain custody of the kids amid allegations about her mental stability - and a court was set to consider the issue only days after the murders occurred, records show.Carrillo was involved in a custody dispute in Tulare County. The father of the children alleged she was displaying paranoid behavior and postpartum depression that left her out of touch with reality.She temporarily lost custody of the children to their father - but on March 26 the judge awarded joint custody and set another court date for April 14.Temporary custody orders and jurisdictional issues were to be discussed at that time, but the children were found stabbed to death in the Reseda apartment on the morning of April 10.Carrillo remains in the hospital after allegedly carjacking a vehicle later that day in Bakersfield and crashing in the Tulare County mountain community of Ponderosa.RELATED: 3 young children found stabbed to death in ResedaEMBED More News Videos A woman found her three young grandchildren...
    New York City authorities are searching for a former cop with a history of mental illness who is suspected of murdering his 78-year-old mother. New York Police Department agents conducting a wellness check last Wednesday discovered the dead body of María Díaz inside her room in the two-bedroom apartment she shared with Osvaldo Díaz, the oldest of her nine children. María Díaz had a deep laceration on her head. Cop recovered a machete in the apartment, but it is unclear if it was used in the attack. She was declared dead at the scene by paramedics. Osvaldo Díaz has not been charged for his mother's murder.  NYPD launched a manhunt for former police officer Osvaldo Díaz, who is wanted in connection to the murder of his mother, who was found dead last Wednesday at the two bedroom apartment they shared in Queens RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mom-of-four, 29, 'kills her son, 6, and throws his body into... Jamal Khashoggi's fiancee says Saudi crown prince 'should be... Share this article Share...
    Shelley Duvall has come forward five years after her controversial 2016 appearance on "Dr. Phil." The actress has been living a private life in Texas for nearly three decades. Her last film credit was the 2002 independent film "Manna from Heaven." The 71-year-old told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview published on Thursday that she was initially contacted by a producer from the daytime talk show. The appearance was slammed by critics for being exploitative of her mental health struggles. "I found out the kind of person he is the hard way," Duvall admitted." "My mother didn’t like him either." STANLEY KUBRICK'S DAUGHTER CALLS FOR BOYCOTT OF DR. PHIL'S SHELLEY DUVALL INTERVIEW Duvall revealed that "a lot of people" told her afterward that she "shouldn’t have done it." Shelley Duvall's last film credit was in the 2002 film 'Manna from Heaven.' (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images) According to Duvall, host Phil McGraw tried repeatedly tried to get in touch with her mother even after the show. "He started calling my mother," said Duvall. "She told...
    Miles Hall was shot by the police outside his home in 2019. His mother had worked for years with the local department to prevent that exact nightmare. Taun Hall When Taun Hall's son, Miles, started showing signs of mental illness, she tried to build a relationship with the local police. She wanted the community to know that her son, a Black man with schizoaffective disorder living in an affluent white neighborhood, wasn't a threat. Despite her attempts to prevent a nightmare, the police fatally shot Miles in 2019 while he was having a mental-health emergency. Hall is one of five mothers who spoke to Insider about losing their sons to the police after calling 911 for help. You can read the other stories in the six-part series here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Taun Hall noticed that her son, Miles, was showing signs of mental illness shortly after graduating high school, she tried to do everything in her power to help him live a happy and successful life. Hall, of Walnut Creek, California, took classes...
    New York : Lisa Montgomery was sentenced to the federal death penalty in 2004. Photo: Wyandotte County Sheriff / EFE The lawyers of Lisa montgomery, executed on Wednesday in Indiana in the first federal trial of its kind in nearly 70 years, tried to avoid her death on the grounds of mental disability. Specifically, the defense of the woman, sentenced to capital punishment for hanging a pregnant woman and taking the baby from her in 2004, stated that the execution was unconstitutional because the mental condition of the woman made her unable to understand why the Government wanted to execute her. . The former was in short the legal argument that failed before the Supreme court which determined the opposite shortly before midnight on Wednesday, thus speeding up the execution by lethal injection. Before the highest court’s decision, an Indiana federal judge had suspended the proceeding until it could be established with certainty that the woman was psychologically fit to face the proceeding. A chain of abuse for years The legal approach of Montgomery’s representatives...
    (CNN)The mother of a North Carolina boy with autism has filed a lawsuit after a school resource officer handcuffed and held her 7-year-old son on the ground during a 2018 incident at an alternative school in Statesville.The city of Statesville has since released body camera video depicting then-Statesville Police Officer Michael Fattaleh, who served as a school resource officer at the Pressly Alternative School, responding to an event involving the student. The body camera footage was obtained by CNN affiliate WSOC through a court petition.The boy was enrolled in a day treatment program located at Pressly Alternative School, which is affiliated with a non-profit behavioral and mental health provider, due to his special needs, according to the lawsuit."Officers assigned to Pressly were aware that children at the day treatment program had special needs, and suffered from an array of developmental, mental health and behavioral issues, including autism," the lawsuit says.3 school staff members to be charged in the restraining death of California boy with autismAccording to the lawsuit, on September 11, 2018, the boy became "agitated and verbalized being stressed...
    A police officer stands watch in front of the Utah State Capitol building waiting for a protest to start in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 5, 2020. GEORGE FREY/AFP via Getty Images A 13-year-old boy with autism was shot by a Salt Lake City police officer on Friday night, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.  The boy's mother told KUTV that she called asking for a crisis intervention team for her son who was having a mental breakdown. The boy is in serious condition.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Salt Lake City police officer shot an autistic 13-year-old boy on Friday night after responding to a call that the boy was having a "psychological episode," The Salt Lake Tribune reported.  The boy Linden Cameron was identified to local outlets by his mother Golda Barton, who told the KUTV that she called the police requesting a crisis intervention team (CIT). Barton said Cameron was having a mental breakdown and asked CIT to transport him to a hospital.  "This is how to deal with people with mental...
    A mother-of-four has admitted she misses being 'immature and selfish' and often feels she is 'drowning' in tears as she opened up about the challenges of parenting.  Jessica Hood, 31, who lives in Melbourne, revealed how motherhood has 'played havoc' with her mental health while raising four children under the age of six with her husband.  Posting on Instagram, the blogger explained to her 54,000 followers how she 'doubts every decision' she makes for her family and admitted that some days she doesn't want to be the 'responsible one'.  In the emotional post, she wrote: 'It’s hard being a mother even on a good day. It’s hard trying to raise my children to be good people when I don’t think I’m even one myself.'  Jessica Hood, 31, who lives in Melbourne, opened up about how motherhood has 'played havoc' with her mental health in the process of raising four children The stay-at-home mother added how she sometimes 'fantasises' about 'running away to a deserted island with endless cocktails and sunshine' after speaking about how she has lost her identity through...
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