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     Bodycam footage of Ezra Miller’s Hawaii arrest has been made public. Miller, who goes by they/them pronouns, was arrested in March at a karaoke bar in Hawaii after being the subject of 10 police calls that month. Footage of the karaoke bar arrest was released Wednesday, and shows Miller claiming they were assaulted twice and that they filmed the incident. The video begins with police speaking to another person outside of the bar, who claimed that the actor triggered the incident by spitting in his face. “I got assaulted and I started filming. Let me show you the video,” Miller says to the officers once they finish speaking to the other patron. “I got assaulted in this bar, twice in a row. I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.” In longer footage published by the Daily Mail, Miller can then be heard demanding an officer to share his name and badge number before running away. Once police catch up to the actor, Miller can be heard asking why they were being arrested for disorderly conduct when they...
    HORROR footage shows the moment a grizzly bear mauled his trainer to death after a “simple routine” went horribly wrong.   Stephen Miller passed away minutes after the huge beast, known as Rocky, ripped out his neck as shocked onlookers rushed to his aid.   3The huge bear, known as Rocky, mauled a trainer to death during a commercial stunt in 2008Credit: Youtube 3Video shows the moment he was taken down by the beast as his colleagues came to to the rescueCredit: Youtube The video, which has remerged on the 14th anniversary of the attack, showed the duo square up as they attempted to shoot a commercial for a staged wrestling match. Rocky was a trained animal and had regularly performed at events and on screen – and had appeared as "Dewey the Killer Bear" in the Will Ferrell film Semi-Pro just several weeks earlier. But during preparation for the staged attack stunt, the huge beast became confused and proceeded to bite Stephen on the neck and pin him to the ground. His cousin, Randy Miller, quickly jumped on the...
    Disturbing security footage shows the moment a Las Vegas daycare worker breaks the leg two-year-old boy, manhandling the child as other horrified toddlers watch.    Elicia Miller, 32, was charged with child abuse for the May altercation at Creme de la Creme daycare, which saw her pick up the unidentified tot and slam him to the ground, grappling with him until his leg snaps. Miller, however, will not serve jail time for the incident, after confessing and pleading guilty to attempted child abuse in June, receiving only probation, 50 hours of community service and an anger management class as a result.   Now, the child's parents, who have elected to stay anonymous amid media coverage of the incident, are suing the child care staffer and daycare for negligence and abuse. Scroll down for video:  Disturbing security footage shows Las Vegas daycare worker Elicia Miller picking up the leg two-year-old boy on May 17 at Creme de la Creme daycare in Las Vegas, manhandling the child as other horrified toddlers watch. She did not receive jail time for the incidenct 8 News Now Privacy...
    Former Saturday Night Live comic-turned-pundit and Star Trek legend William Shatner have said "nyet" to RT America, the Russia-funded cable network that is widely seen as a Moscow-run propaganda tool. Miller, whose post-SNL career included a stint on Monday Night Football and a long run as former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's sidekick, had hosted Dennis Miller + One for two years, interviewing entertainment and pop culture figures twice a week. But a source close to Miller said the show wouldn't go on, likely in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. “He has no plans on going back,” the source told NBC News. RT America is registered as a foreign agent in the United States. Both Miller's show and one hosted by the 90-year-old Shatner were produced for RT by Ora TV. The production company is suspending all of its work with RT. “Given the invasion of Ukraine and the tragic humanitarian crisis, Ora Media has paused production of content we license to T&R Productions. Future business decisions will be made based on the evolving situation,” Ora Media CEO John...
    The Atrium Building in Old Town Alexandria has wrapped up an 18-month, $5 million top-to-bottom renovation. Courtesy W.C. & A.N. Miller The Atrium Building features views of the Potomac River, Old Town and National Harbor. Courtesy W.C. & A.N. Miller The Atrium Building lobby. Courtesy W.C. & A.N. Miller The Atrium Building includes a golf simulator room. Courtesy W.C. & A.N. Miller (1/4) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. The Atrium Building, an office building at 277 S. Washington Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, has wrapped up an 18-month, $5 million top-to-bottom renovation, including the addition of a penthouse-level conference room and rooftop terrace with views of the Potomac River, Old Town and National Harbor. The Atrium Building was constructed in 1978 as the headquarters for Time Life Inc. It was acquired by Bethesda, Maryland-based W.C. & A.N. Miller Development Company from Carr Company in 2015. More Business News More Alexandria News “It has been a tough and challenging time for our contractors and us...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — If you’re struggling to find affordable rent in New York City, specifically Manhattan, you’re not alone. A new study shows rents have rebounded, and as CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reports, pandemic deals are out, huge increases are in. READ MORE: Rikers Island Detainees Refusing Institutional Food To Protest Jail ConditionsIn September 2020, CBS2 employee Lauren Mennen got a deep pandemic discount on an apartment in the Financial District. “It was the apartment of my dreams,” she said. “This studio normally went for $2,800, I was told. They gave it to me for $1,700. And I was like, I can’t say now, and the guy who showed it to me, he’s like, ‘We’re just giving out apartments this week.'” But this past December, when her lease expired, it was rental shock. “I get the lease renewal. They want to raise it to $3,200. That’s an 88% increase of what I was paying,” Mennen said. So Mennen decided to move. “As I started my search, I would reach out on one day, and they would get back to me...
    CHICAGO (CBS) – COVID-19 is only one of the concerns for teenagers. A new Surgeon General’s report shows attempted suicides among teens have skyrocketed. CBS 2’s Chris Tye with how legislators and doctors alike are calling the system tasked with spotting these problems badly broken. But even skeptics are hopeful that improvements are coming soon. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rain Through Evening Hours, Severe Storms Possible Late“I want to tell parents to helicopter their kids. Completely. Be in their face,” That’s the advice Lisa Miller wished someone gave her — as her 18-year-old son’s personality changed. Captain of the cross-country team, speech team, and Spanish club — Trevor Till left a social Seneca High School in Grundy County for an isolated experience at the University of Illinois in the Fall of 2020. “He said it’s really hard to meet people mom, it’s really hard. I said I know honey I’m sorry,” Miller said. The teenager always eager to help others was found in his dorm room by his dad last October— he had taken his own life. “We used to...
    Getty Caden Sterns #30 of the Denver Broncos celebrates with teammates after an interception during the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 07, 2021 in Arlington, Texas. Vic Fangio’s Denver Broncos produced their greatest performance of his era against all odds in Arlington, Texas. With Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott back after a week’s absence and Von Miller being traded to Los Angeles, all seemed lost as the Broncos traveled to Jerry World. Yet they had other ideas. ALL the latest Broncos news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Broncos newsletter here! Join Heavy on Broncos!Unforeseen Fangio BrillianceBefore Dallas piled on some points in garbage time, Denver led 30-0. In no way did the score flatter the road team. Despite his own modesty, this was a showing which firmly enhanced Vic Fangio’s reputation as a defensive mastermind. Denver’s defense held Prescott to the single-lowest completion percentage (35.7%) of his career during the opening half. Throughout his six years in the league, Prescott had never been so inaccurate through two quarters — finishing...
    A Republican candidate for Nevada’s lieutenant governor was seen on camera being aggressively thrown out of a local government meeting in Las Vegas, where a committee vote declared the spread of COVID-19 misinformation a public health crisis. "Hey, hey, wait a minute. What the hell?" candidate Mack Miller is heard saying in a video he filmed before he was thrown out of the Clark County Commission meeting on Tuesday. He claimed security officers had been "shoving and pushing" people in the meeting.  "Don't push me, man," Miller is also heard telling the officers.  NEVADA BRINGS BACK MASK MANDATE IN HIGH-TRANSMISSION AREAS, ECHOING CDC GUIDANCE Other videos from the meeting have since spread on social media, showing a melee between attendees and security officers.  Miller was eventually pulled from the meeting by security, according to video that shows him being pushed through a metal detector before he lands on his back in the lobby of the building.  "Don’t hurt him, don’t hurt him," onlookers in the video are heard saying. "What are you doing?" FORMER SEN. HELLER LAUNCHES GOP GUBERNATORIAL RUN...
    He’ll get them their food — come hell or high water. A heroic Brooklyn delivery man was captured in jaw-dropping footage schlepping takeout through waist-high flood water during the historic storm that swamped the Big Apple — and now the internet is on a mission to find him and "tip" him. The gutsy Grubhub worker was seen clutching a white plastic bag of food and rolling his electric bike through several feet of water on Roebling and North 11th streets in Williamsburg at 10:10 pm Wednesday amid catastrophic flooding triggered by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, according to a video posted on Twitter by photographer Johnny Miller. "And through it all! @Grubhub delivery still out there bringing your dinner #ida #flooding #brooklyn," he captioned the now-viral footage. Miller, who was offered $1,700 by media outlets to license the video, vowed to give the money to the mystery worker and spent several hours trying to track him down to no avail, he said. NEW YORK FLOODING: BEFORE-AND-AFTER SATELLITE IMAGES SHOW HURRICANE IDA AFTERMATH IN NY, NJ Miller later posted an image...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Broward Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday the firing of a school resource deputy who was caught on surveillance video grabbing a girl by the neck and slamming her to the ground inside an office back in 2019. Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony released a statement on the termination of former BSO deputy Willard Miller, 38. READ MORE: Fall 2021 Back To School Mask Guide “For more than two and half years, my administration and I have deliberately focused on establishing a high organizational expectation of professionalism, performance and a firm culture of accountability.” “Effective Aug. 11, former Deputy Willard Miller is terminated from employment with the Broward Sheriff’s Office for his egregious lack of control, discipline and numerous policy violations. His action and behavior are not reflective of the great work and self-discipline frequently displayed by the overwhelming majority of my deputies.” READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: Manage Your Monthly Checks With These IRS Tools “I’ve personally committed to this community that there will be a zero-tolerance policy against such abuse of powers, and my commitment...
    There’s an eight-armed painter in Florida and its name is Farallon. The artistic octopus can be found at The Florida Aquarium in Tampa and it has taken up painting as an "enrichment" activity, according to the aquatic conservation center.  BALI TOURIST UNKNOWINGLY FILMS HERSELF PLAYING WITH DEADLY OCTOPUS The Florida Aquarium shared a video of Farallon working on two paintings Monday across its social media channels. Farallon created blue and purple pieces of art from its tank while an aquarium worker served as a human easel. CHICAGO AQUARIUM TAKES PENGUINS TO SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, HOPES TO SPREAD AWARENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPAIGN  Farallon’s paint-covered canvases were wrapped in plastic, which appears to serve as a barrier for its grippy suction cups. Two lucky people will win the original pieces of artwork, according to The Florida Aquarium’s Instagram account. "No better way to wrap up #CephalopodWeek than with an octopus enrichment painting session," the aquarium captioned the short video. "Comment below your favorite thing about octopuses to be entered to win this octopus painting!" OCTOPUS LASHES OUT AT MAN ON AUSTRALIA BEACH IN...
    More On: angelina jolie Angelina Jolie seen leaving ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller’s Brooklyn apartment Angelina Jolie continues NYC birthday trip with Red Hook art gallery tour Angelina Jolie grabs a hot dog like a true New Yorker during family trip Angelina Jolie takes birthday trip to NYC with kids amid custody drama Angelina Jolie’s got some fresh ink. The actress, 46, recently added a quote from astronomer Galileo Galilei on her forearm, and revealed the tattoo while out in NYC last week. The design reads “eppur si muove,” which translates to “and yet it moves” in Italian. The quote dates back to 1633, when Galilei was forced to recant his (true) statement that the Earth moves around the Sun. Part of a larger statement by the scientist, the phrase served as his defiant assertion that the truth would one day prevail. The design peeked out from beneath the sleeve of Jolie’s white Everlane T-shirt ($18), which she wore with a gray midi skirt and Salvatore Ferragamo mules ($595). The star has plenty of other tattoos inspired by her travels,...
    CHILLING Google Maps photos appear to capture two freshly buried corpses in their graves.  The frightening snaps show the bodies lying side-by-side in what looks like two graves dug into a ditch - but the shots are not quite what they seem.  2Google Maps photos appear to capture two freshly buried corpses in their gravesCredit: google maps 2The photo was found when eagle-eyed viewers zoomed in a location in Portland, OregonCredit: google maps The eerie looking graves are a perfect rectangle shape - and appear to be sized perfectly for the bodies.  But the photos are not quite what they seem. According to the Daily Express, the men pictured in the graves are in fact a married couple acting out a piece of artwork.  The piece, entitled ‘Untitled (Graves)’, was created by Chicago-based artists Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger. The pair had previously run a show at the Western Exhibitions art gallery in the Illinois city.  Western Exhibitions’ Principal Scott Speh said: "Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger each dig a grave in correlation to their individual body sizes. Most read...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police say an attempt to clear out a homeless encampment in Minneapolis Thursday morning led to a violent clash between officers and dozens of people. A group called Minnesota Uprising shared a video on Twitter showing officers and several others scuffling on the ground just before 7 a.m. The video shows part of the incident where one officer uses pepper spray and shoves a person. At the same time, several officers join in to pull someone off another officer laying on the ground. Then it appears an officer tries to restrain that person by laying their knee on that person’s neck or upper back. READ MORE: St. Paul Police, Fire Departments Amp Up Training, Prepare For Possible Unrest During Chauvin Trial Police arrested five people involved in resisting the eviction, but the group living there stood their ground and the eviction did not happen. The encampment, just north of downtown Minneapolis, still stands. (credit: MNURISING) Jojo Miller, who lives in this encampment, witnessed the confrontation. “A lot of the encampment was scared, yeah, they were in fear,”...
    Police in Arizona have released new, unedited body camera video of an officer fatally shooting 17-year--old Anthony Cano twice in the back after he reached for a gun he dropped while attempting to flee.  Cano was shot in early January in Chandler and died from his injuries in the hospital three weeks later.  The five-minute video came a little more than a week after Cano’s friends and family gathered in front of City Hall calling for increased transparency into the officer-involved shooting, The Arizona Republic reported.  The Chandler Police Department in Arizona has released unedited body camera video from the January 2 shooting of 17-year-old Anthony Cano Cano was shot twice in the back after reaching for his handgun (pictured left), which he he dropped while running away from a police officer Officer Chase Bebak-Miller tried to stop Cano for riding a bicycle without a front headlight Cano (pictured) died from his injuries at the hospital three weeks later RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Boy, 15, dies in the hospital two...
    Body camera footage released by the Chandler Police Department in Arizona appears to show an officer shooting a 17-year-old in the back twice. Officer Chase Bebak-Miller reportedly shot Anthony Cano, 17, twice on Jan. 2, as Miller chased after the teenager who evaded him during a traffic stop. Around 9:20 p.m. earlier that night, Cano was seen riding his bike across both lanes of traffic, which prompted the officer to initiate a traffic stop, but Cano fled. Cano died weeks later, and the shooting is still under investigation. PROPOSAL TO INCREASE POLICE OFFICERS' LIABILITY FOR SUSPECTS' DEATHS PASSES HOUSE BUT FACES PERILOUS PATH IN THE SENATE Cano ran toward Gazelle Meadows Park, which was deserted at the time. According to the body camera footage, Bebak-Miller chased after him and yelled a warning before seeing him appear to drop a gun and then reach for it. In the footage, Bebak-Miller is heard shouting, "Weapon drawn! Get on the ground!" before almost instantaneously firing at Cano once at close range and a second time moments later. The teenager is seen...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Surveillance video appears to show an SUV running a red light and crashing into another vehicle before striking and killing a woman in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood on Monday.Prosecutors said the woman who was hit, 42-year-old Lakisel Thomas, suffered numerous injuries including a broken neck and later died. Video from a convenience store at 74th Street and Racine Avenue appears to show the crash."I felt by myself because I only have my mom and that was all that I had my whole life," said Jasmine Miller, the victim's daughter.Miller spoke to ABC7 and described her last phone call with her mother as the crash was happening."We were talking and I heard a 'boom,' it was a 'boom' and I kept saying, 'Mommy, mommy mommy,' and she didn't say anything, so the first thing I did was I put my shoes on and I ran outside because I knew where she was at," Miller said.Also new, prosecutors said the suspected Chevy Equinox driver, 20-year-old Isaac Wade, was allegedly accelerating through that red light at 80 miles-per-hour after fleeing a...
    WASHINGTON (WJZ) — The FBI is continuing to search for more people involved in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol last month. At least nine Marylanders are facing charges. RELATED: Maryland Weather: Rain May Freeze Overnight As First Of Two Winter Storms This Week Arrives Monday The #FBI is still seeking information about the people involved in the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. If you know this individual, visit https://t.co/iL7sD4WEy3 to submit a tip that references photo 225. pic.twitter.com/5wz0fdZ6fe — FBI (@FBI) February 15, 2021   In a new filing, federal prosecutors said they found additional video showing Matthew Miller from Howard County trying to enter the U.S. Capitol, claiming he was part of a crowd chanting “heave ho” and yelling “push” as rioters tried to breach the building. “Our capital was under attack. These individual members’ lives were at risk. The Capitol Police were out there putting themselves on the line to protect our democracy,” said Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen of the violent day. RELATED: Gov. Larry Hogan Signs RELIEF Act Of 2021...
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