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    (CNN)Amelia Cline can still remember what she loved about gymnastics; the 32-year-old Canadian says it was the chance to explore the limits of gravity."I was fearless," she told CNN from her home in Vancouver. "Every child likes to learn how to flip, all of my early memories are pretty happy and joy-filled, which they should be." At the age of two, Cline says that her interest was obvious to her parents by the way she'd be pulling "little baby chin-ups," at the kitchen counter.Soon she had developed into a serious athlete. By the time she was nine or 10, Cline had outgrown her local coaches and was now travelling an hour from home to train at an elite club.For a while, her love of the sport continued, but Cline says everything changed when Vladimir Lashin and his wife Svetlana arrived as the new coaching team. Cline says that the mood in the gym quickly darkened. Read More"Immediately, it was verbally abusive," she recalled. "If you made any mistakes, they would scream and humiliate you. 'This is rubbish, you're rubbish,' screamed...
    Paris Hilton, 41, revealed on Wednesday her nightmare experience at a Utah treatment center for trouble teens where she was sleep-deprived, overmedicated and forced to submit to random midnight gynecological exams while male staffers watched. Hilton held a press conference in the morning calling, for the passage of the Stop Institutional Child Abuse Act which would increase reporting and oversight of these institutions and put an end to what she said was a 'tragically overlooked children’s human rights crisis.' The hotel heiress also penned an op-ed in USA Today that detailed some of the abusive treatment that she says she suffered at Provo Canyon School, in Utah where her parents sent her for a year in the 1990s to address her attention deficit disorder with the institution's 'tough love' treatment.  Paris Hilton, 41, brought a simulation of a solitary confinement cell to show the public how it felt to be locked in such a small space 'On my first day, I was forced to remove all my clothes, squat and cough, and submit to a gynecological exam - all watched closely...
    It’s a heartbreaking fact that in households where children are abused, animals often are abused as well. Numerous state agencies are teaming up to put an end to this connection, using cross-over reporting. Source: Room3 – Film and Animation for Not-For-Profits/Youtube April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, and state officials have come together to discuss how they can prevent both of these. Being publicly-funded gives us a greater chance to continue providing you with high-quality content.Click here to Support Us “We’ve witnessed abuse in households where it’s both the pets and the children,” James Bias, executive director of the Connecticut Humane Society, told NBS Connecticut. “Abuse certainly can have long-term ramifications.” He said that the Connecticut Humane Society in Newington takes in pets from abusive homes. While a pet may end up here at the Humane Society, a child could be put into the care of the Department of Children and Families (DCF). “We’ve discovered over the years that there’s definitely a link between those who abuse animals and those who...
    A SICK music teacher who dressed up as a clown has been convicted of a string of child sex offences. Disturbing photos show pervert Benjamin Heels, 33 wearing Harry Potter-themed pyjamas, as he pleaded guilty to 35 offences. 4The sick 33-year-old pleaded guilty to 35 child abuse offencesCredit: Facebook/ Ben Heels 4The former music teacher, pictured wearing Harry Potter pyjamas has been jailedCredit: Facebook/ Ben Heels Heels admitted at Melbourne's Magistrates Court that he committed a series of offences alongside his boyfriend Tristan Cullinan-Smayle. Heels pleaded guilty to a string of offences on Friday including engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child under 16, intentionally sexually touching a child and producing child abuse material, Mail Online reports. His boyfriend also pleaded guilty to a separate string of offences including possessing and transmitting child abuse material and procuring a child for sexual activity.  The case was first reported by the Herald-Sun.  READ MORE ON WORLD NEWSALL-OUT WAR Putin 'will disappear to have cancer op' as Moscow to seek 'payback' on UkraineBOMBSHELL Chief Maddie suspect Christian B ‘refused to...
    A mother who adopted a baby at age 49 after struggling with infertility and suffering from multiple miscarriages has faced horrific online shaming from trolls who called her 'selfish' for becoming a mom at such an 'old age' and told her she's most likely going to 'die' before her daughter grows up. Kris Monsour, now 51, from Canal Winchester, Ohio, always wanted to become a mom, and she spent more than a decade trying. Unfortunately, Kris was unable to successfully conceive, and by 2019 - after suffering from numerous miscarriages - she had nearly given up on her dream of having a baby. But then, Kris received a text message from her cousin that changed her life forever. The relative, who was in recovery for an addiction, told Kris that she was pregnant and asked her if she wanted to adopt the baby. A mother who adopted a baby at 49 after suffering from multiple miscarriages has faced horrific shaming from trolls who called her 'selfish' for becoming a mom at such an 'old age' Kris Monsour, now 51,...
    "I was murdered because York County Children Youth and Families left me to die — even though a forensic nurse told them I should be taken 4 days prior. Why didn’t my life matter?" Those are the words on a billboard that went up along I-83 north of Emigsville this week by Sarah Mullinix, the aunt of Dante Mullinix, a 2-year-old abuse victim who died in 2018. In an interview with PennLive, Mullinix said she hopes the billboard will bring forth accountability. She believes York County CYS failed her nephew. York County CYS did not return the outlet's request for comment placed last Friday. While in the hospital for ulcers on his penis, a nurse practitioner told a case worker she suspected abuse, and urged him to be taken into custody, according to PennLive. The boy's mom, Leah Mullinix, failed to show up for a custody hearing three days later, Sarah Mullinix said. The hearing was rescheduled for the following month, but by then it was "far too late, "she said. Dante fell unconscious the following day having suffered a subdural...
    A 3-foot-2 woman who is expecting her second child with her 5-foot-9 non-binary spouse has opened up about the cruel comments they've received from online trolls mocking their relationship.  Jade, 25, and her partner Todd, 24, from Ohio, defended their marriage on a recent episode of Truly's 'Love Don't Judge,' saying critics have claimed it's inappropriate for a little person to be with someone who is of average height.  Todd, who uses they/them pronouns, has also been targeted for being non-binary after appearing in Jade's TikTok videos and live streams. Scroll down for video   Jade, 25, and her non-binary partner Todd, 24, from Ohio, defended their marriage on a recent episode of Truly's 'Love Don't Judge.' She is 3-foot-2 while they are 5-foot-9  She explained that online trolls have claimed it's inappropriate for a little person to be with someone who is of average height while comparing her to a child Todd, who uses they/them pronouns, has also been targeted for being non-binary after appearing in Jade's TikTok videos and live streams 'They would get so many negative comments. It was insane,'...
    The daughter of former cult leader-turned-child killer 'Mother Anna' has opened up about growing up in her mother's twisted 'House of Prayer,' recalling how she watched two children die of starvation and abuse.  Joy Fluker's mother, whose real name was Anna Young, died in prison last March at age 79 after spending just 42 days behind bars for the deaths of toddlers Emon Harper and Katonya Jackson in the 1980s.  It was Fluker who had called the police in 2016 to report that her mother had killed Harper decades earlier while running her tightly-controlled religious community in Micanopy, Florida.   'There was a part of me that hoped that my memories were mistaken and that there was a chance that maybe, because of all the other sufferings, I was delusional a little bit,' Fluker explained on Tuesday's episode of Dr. Phil.  Joy Fluker, the daughter of former cult leader 'Mother Anna,' opened up about what it was like to grow up in her mother's strict 'House of Prayer' on Tuesday's episode of Dr. Phil Fluker's mother, whose real name was Anna Young, started the House of Prayer in...
    SHE’S got 230,000 followers who flock to her social media every day to see her daring new lewk. But while most influencers would spend hours putting together the perfect ‘fit, Ryah has somebody who does all of that for her, a personal stylist in the form of her mum. 4Esberica Wilson spends hours perfecting her one-year-old daughter Ryah's outfitsCredit: Ricas World 4The mum says she is constantly trolled by other mums who says it is 'inappropriate' to dress her daughter that wayCredit: Ricas World 4Esberica says that her daughter is more than happy to play dress upCredit: Ricas World Esberica Wilson, 27, has been dressing up her one-year-old daughter since she left the womb, with signature bow first making an appearance on her TikTok account when Ryah was just a few weeks old. But for every fan that Ryah has, there are just as many who are ready to criticise Esberica with the stay-at-home mum facing accusations of child abuse daily. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, Esberica, who also lives with husband Scott, 37, and son Amari, 5, explains: “I...
    Rebecca Hogue and her son, Jeremiah "Ryder" JohnsonCourtesy of Rebecca Hogue Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.After working a long New Year’s Eve shift at the end of 2019, Rebecca Hogue, then a 28-year-old cocktail waitress, arrived home in Norman, Oklahoma, around 4 a.m. and went to check on her 2-year-old son. During work, she’d left Ryder with her boyfriend, Christopher Trent, who had put him to bed in his crib, where he appeared to be sleeping. Hogue turned in for the night. But when she woke up again a few hours later, Trent was gone. And her toddler, still in the crib, was no longer breathing. Panicked, she called 911: “Oh my God. He’s cold,” she told the operator. The boy was dead. “Oh my God. He’s cold.” The police began searching for Trent, whom they suspected of murder. Days later, they found him hanging from a tree in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge, where he’d killed himself. Law enforcement believed he’d beaten the boy while...
    The latest national child welfare report shows an increase in the number of Black children who died, even though fewer abuse-related fatalities were investigated in the yearlong period that included the first several months of the pandemic. The findings were released in the 2020 Child Maltreatment Report, issued Friday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The report covers data from October 2019 to September 2020 and only partially reflects how COVID-19 disrupted the work of child welfare. “Disparities that were present before the pandemic were intensified, and COVID-19 exposed gaps in our human services delivery system,” Aysha E. Schomburg, of the department’s Children’s Bureau, said in a statement. The report noted an overall 10% drop in the number of child protective services cases handled by states in the early days of the pandemic. That’s a troubling trend that the Associated Press first reported last year with an analysis of state child welfare data. The federal data confirm a drop by hundreds of thousands in documented cases of child abuse reports, investigations, substantiated allegations and support for at-risk...
    Hillsong founder and pastor Brian Houston will fight a charge that he illegally concealed his father's alleged child abuse, a court has heard. The 67-year-old did not appear at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court when his matter was mentioned before a registrar for the first time on Tuesday morning. His lawyer told the court Houston would be pleading not guilty to the crime of concealing a serious indictable offence of another person. Hillsong founder and pastor Brian Houston (pictured with wife Bobbie) will fight a charge that he illegally concealed his father's alleged child abuse, a court has heard The case will next be before the court on November 23. Houston stands accused of concealing a serious indictable offence allegedly committed by his father. Police will say that Frank Houston indecently assaulted a male in 1970. Court documents allege that between 1999 and his father's death in 2004, Brian Houston believed his father had committed the crime. Police will argue that he knew information that could help secure the prosecution of his father and failed to bring it to the...
    A convicted sex offender who repeatedly choked his girlfriend’s toddler to unconsciousness with a scarf will spend up to 52 years in prison after being sentenced for the ‘disturbing’ child abuse case. David J. Coleman, 38, was given the maximum sentence to two counts of child abuse resulting in serious bodily in a Nebraska court Tuesday by Douglas County District Judge Duane Dougherty. ‘There was extreme violence here,’ Dougherty said when handing the sentence, according to The Omaha World-Herald. ‘When someone harms a child that age, or no matter the age, in that nature it’s as bad as it gets.’ Coleman used his cell phone to film his little victim struggling to breathe as he choked her - for at least a minute each time - on numerous occasions. David J. Coleman, 38, filmed himself repeatedly hanging a two-year-old girl with a pink scarf RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Gymnastics coach, 54, is accused of sexually abusing five... Australian couple face 66 charges after tip-off from US... Share this article Share...
    Houston's father reportedly confessed to the abuse before his death in 2004 and was accused of abusing up to nine underage boys.What are the details? New South Wales, Australia, police arrested 67-year-old Brian Houston on Thursday and charged him with concealing a serious indictable offense. According to Fox News, a government inquiry into "institutional responses to allegations of child sex abuse" in 2015 found that Houston did not tell authorities that his father was a child sex abuser. The inquiry, the outlet noted, found that Houston "became aware of allegations against his father in 1999" and simply "allowed him to retire quietly than report him to police." Houston told BuzzFeed News that he is innocent. "These charges have come as a shock to me given how transparent I've always been about this matter," he told the outlet. "I vehemently profess my innocence and will defend these charges, and I welcome the opportunity to set the record straight." The outlet reported that Hillsong Church has responded to past related media reports by...
    DENVER (CBS4)– On the last day of the legislative session, state lawmakers gave final approval to what will be the first-in-the-nation law. The bill will allow survivors of child sexual assault between 1960 and 2022 to sue institutions like the Catholic Church and Boy Scouts if their assault was the result of a cover-up by the institution. They will have three years to file the lawsuit. (credit: CBS) Earlier this year, lawmakers lifted the statute of limitations for sexual assault cases going forward but, because the state constitution bars retroactive claims, it didn’t help those abused in the past. This bill creates a new type of claim not under the statute of limitations. READ MORE: Woodland Park Police Commanders Ryan Holzwarth And Andy Leibbrand Put On Leave During Criminal Investigation Ray Desser among dozens of survivors who testified on the bill, “I just got tired of myself and my family being a doormat. So I kind of put my life on hold and I’ve been part of this process from womb to tomb.” Desser says he was 13 years...
    A CRUEL dad has been arrested after punishing his seven-year-old son by tying him to a pole and covering him in honey so bees would sting him, reports say. The horrific incident took place in Qalyubia governorate in Egypt on May 25 after a neighbour accused the boy of theft. 1The boy was tied to a pole and covered in honey According to Al Arabiya, the father, 34, allegedly bound the young boy to a wooden pole with his hands tied before covering his body with honey. He then placed his son on the roof of their house in Shebin Al-Qanater Center, where the boy attracted swarms of bees and mosquitos. It is currently unknown how long the boy was left on the roof. According to local media, the child's mum, 29, was horrified when she saw her son and sought help from a child rescue body. After alerting the authorities the mother fled with her son to another village. The woman alleges her husband would often physically abuse her and had a number...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Domestic violence survivors say their children are being put at risk by courts who don’t understand the impact of abuse on kids. They’re fighting for a bill that would change how child custody battles are decided. They say, in many cases, courts award joint custody even when there is evidence of abuse. Rebecca Zimmerman says her case is proof of that. READ MORE: Police Rescue Injured Owl From Southwest Longmont “I’m scared every time I speak out.” (credit: CBS) For eight years, she says, she lived in fear of her ex-husband. He was physically and emotionally abusive according to the judge in their custody dispute. The judge questioned her ex-husband’s judgment and mental well-being, ordered him to undergo counseling for depression and anger management, and then awarded him shared custody of the couple’s two little girls. “I don’t understand why someone would say this person is violent and angry and is also a good father,” Zimmerman said. Rep. Meg Froelich believes it’s due, in part, to a lack of training. “By training we’re saying let’s be aware of...
    A North Carolina woman was busted on drug trafficking charges after a child showed up to school with a large quantity of cocaine last week, police said. Over 260 grams of the drug were found inside the child’s book bag last Tuesday by a school resource officer at Trent Park Elementary School, according to the Craven County Sheriff’s Office. The discovery led the arrest of 27-year-old Sharae Becton, authorities said. A school resource officer found 260 grams of cocaine in a child’s backpack.Craven County Sheriffs Office She is charged with trafficking cocaine, possession with intent sell/deliver cocaine, and child abuse. Police did not reveal Becton’s relationship to the child. A photo posted to the Craven County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page shows cocaine wrapped inside a vacuum sealed plastic bag, along with a baby blue Jansport backpack. Filed under child abuse ,  cocaine ,  drugs ,  north carolina ,  4/6/21
    Two parents in Alabama are facing child abuse charges for allegedly beating one of their kids and using duct tape or zip ties to bind the child, according to a report. Markeith Dynard Jefferson, 35, and Briana Janice Butler, 30, were indicted in December for the alleged abuse, according to court records made public Monday and cited by AL.com. Butler, of Center Point, is facing two counts of aggravated child abuse, while Jefferson, of Helena, has been charged with one count. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office investigated the accusations involving the victim or victims between the ages of 7 and 12, according to the report. Charging documents allege the pair beat at least one child with a belt or an extension cord, and tied the young victim to a bed or door with duct tape and zip ties. The abuse allegedly occurred on multiple occasions, but no additional details have been released. Jefferson also allegedly submerged a child under water, charging documents say. A message seeking additional comment from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office was not immediately returned Tuesday....
    More On: alabama Alabama ‘supercell’ that produced tornado captured in satellite imagery Amazon union vote in Alabama to close, but results could take weeks UCLA’s toughness lifting them through March Madness Alabama Shakes drummer busted on child ‘torture’ charges Two parents in Alabama are facing child abuse charges for allegedly beating one of their kids and using duct tape or zip ties to bind the child, according to a report. Markeith Dynard Jefferson, 35, and Briana Janice Butler, 30, were indicted in December for the alleged abuse, according to court records made public Monday and cited by AL.com. Butler, of Center Point, is facing two counts of aggravated child abuse, while Jefferson, of Helena, has been charged with one count. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office investigated the accusations involving the victim or victims between the ages of 7 and 12, according to the report. Charging documents allege the pair beat at least one child with a belt or an extension cord, and tied the young victim to a bed or door with duct tape and zip ties. The abuse...
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