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    THE Rooneys made a secret dash to watch their son in his first footie tournament for Manchester United – and nearly missed a day of the Wagatha Christie trial. The proud parents promised eight-year-old Klay they would watch him play for the Red Devils’ academy team in ­Germany despite the stress of the court case. 2The Rooneys made a secret dash to watch their son in his first footie tournament for Manchester UnitedCredit: pixel8000 The couple kept their word and hot-footed it to the airport after the first week of evidence at the High Court, and jetted off to Berlin last weekend. A source said: “Family comes first for Wayne and Coleen. They promised Klay they would be there and they weren’t going to let him down. “It was his first tournament for United. “He’s played in the academy team over the last season but this was a special moment for him and his parents. Read More on Wayne RooneyPADD'S OUT Rooney trolled by Kenny after Utd legend slammed ex-QPR keeper for Aguero goal “They’re like any parents – they...
    Two Indian parents are suing their son for his refusal to have a child. Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad took their son to court in India in an attempt to make him have grandchildren in the next year or face fines up to $650,000, the Times of India reported Thursday. CHINA RACES TO CONSOLIDATE STRATEGIC VICTORY IN SOLOMON ISLANDS “My son has been married for six years, but they are still not planning a baby,” the couple wrote in the petition filed with a court in Haridwar on Saturday. “At least if we have a grandchild to spend time with, our pain will become bearable.” The couple exhausted their savings to provide an education and a wedding for their son, efforts deserving of compensation, according to the filing. The petition asked for compensation for the cost of a wedding reception in a five-star hotel, an $80,000 luxury car, and the couple's honeymoon. Haridwar, Uttarakhand | Parents move court against son&daughter-in-law, demand grandchildren/Rs 5 cr compensation. They were wedded in 2016 in hopes of having grandchildren. We...
    A man who was rescued from a raft off the coast of New England in 2016 after his boat sank has insisted that he is not guilty of killing his mother at sea in a plot to inherit the family's estate. Nathan Carman, 28, arrived at federal court in Rutland, Vermont on Wednesday to be arraigned on multiple fraud charges and a charge of murder on the high seas in the death of his mom Linda Carman.  He shouted 'Not guilty!' in the direction of reporters as he approached the courtroom. Authorities alleged in the indictment unsealed Tuesday that Carman also fatally shot his grandfather, John Chakalos, at his home in Windsor, Connecticut, in 2013 as part of a scheme to obtain money and property from his grandfather's estate, but he was not charged with that killing. 'As a central part of the scheme, Nathan Carman murdered John Chakalos and Linda Carman,' the indictment reads. CBS Local Boston Privacy Policy Carman is seen after his 'rescue' at sea in 2016. Prosecutors say he killed his mother and intentionally sank...
    KRIS Jenner has broken down in tears as she claimed that Blac Chyna tried to murder her son Rob Kardashian. The bombshell claims went down in court today as Blac Chyna has filed a $100million lawsuit against the Kardashians for defamation and a series of other allegations. 1Kris Jenner broke down in tears during courtCredit: Hulu During court, Kris broke down in tears while discussing how Blac Chyna allegedly put gun to Rob's head. head. “She said it was funny, Chyna said it was funny, a joke. It's not funny. I have horrible memories of being in Paris with my daughter outside an apartment,” it was revealed in court. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. Most read in EntertainmentFAMILY NIGHTMARE Kris said Blac 'threatened to KILL Kylie' before her reality show was cutNOT IN THE BAG Kardashian lawyer...
    SIESTA Key star Brandon Gomes has taken his baby mama to court for custody of their son Quincy, 1, as she has demanded child support in their nasty custody battle.  Brandon, 26, shares son Quincy, who turns two in June, with Delainey Salek.  5Siesta Key star Brandon Gomes has taken his baby mama to court for visitation of their son Quincy, 1Credit: MTV 5Brandon begged for alone visitation with their son on last week's Siesta KeyCredit: MTV After arguing over visitation on last week’s episode of Siesta Key, The Sun can exclusively reveal he has filed for custody of the toddler in March 2021.  In Florida court papers exclusively obtained by The Sun, Brandon filed for visitation.  He claimed in court papers that he is “fit and proper” to have “shared parental responsibility” and “substantial time-sharing” of Quincy.  The musician said it would be in Quincy’s “best interest and welfare,” as he has the “capacity” to offer “love, affection and guidance.” Read more on Siesta KeyTHE KEY TO DAD Siesta Key's Brandon’s baby mama ‘always wanted’ him involved in son’s...
    TEEN Mom Amber Portwood's baby daddy Andrew Glennon has been accused of offering fans a chance to meet their 3-year-old son James for $10,000 in the former couple's contentious custody battle, The Sun can exclusively report.  During the Teen Mom exes' two-day court testimony last month, it was alleged that Andrew, 37, had offered fans a chance to meet with him and the toddler if they donated thousands to his GoFundMe. 4Amber Portwood's ex Andrew Glennon 'offered fans a chance to meet James for $10k'Credit: Mega 4The Teen Mom star has been locked in a bitter custody war with her exCredit: MTV During Andrew's testimony, he claimed he was fundraising to create a game called Preggie Brain, a "pregnancy trivia card game." The dad of one said: "It was inspired by the birth of James, and reading all the pregnancy books and I wanted there to be a finding easy way to get all the same information in a card game. "So, it's been a passion project of mine, I guess you could say."  Teen Mom OG star Amber's...
    A family court judge has ruled that a couple whose adult son who was born through surrogacy in the US are his legal parents under English law, in what has been described as a 'groundbreaking' and 'important victory'. Solicitor Jade Quirke, based with law firm Russell-Cooke, said Mrs Justice Theis's ruling is the first of its kind, adding that no such ruling had been made in relation to an adult child before.  In a written ruling published online after a private family court hearing in London, Mrs Justice Theis said the people involved could not be identified in media reports of the case.  Referring to the couple as Mr and Mrs X and to their son as Y, the judge said the couple's son was born in America in 1998 after they made a surrogacy arrangement there.  The couple visited the surrogate mother in the US during her pregnancy and returned to the UK when their son was a few days old. However, the couple only realised last year that they were only their son's legal parents under US law, and made an application for a parental...
    Zackary Sanders, 27 (in mugshot) has been jailed for 18 years for child porn offenses The son of a multimillionaire doctor dubbed the 'father of telemedicine' has been jailed for 18 years for child porn offenses. Zackary Sanders, 27, was given the jail term by a federal judge who praised him as 'a pretty amazing, inventive, energetic young man.  But he added: 'What you did was wrong.'  Sanders's father is Jay Sanders, 84, a Harvard-educated doctor who is credited with popularizing telemedicine in the 1990s when he advised the Clinton administration. The family owned a $3.4 million, seven bedroom home n McLean, Virginia, but sold it in May last year, five months before their son was convicted at trial. It appears to be this property where, according to court documents, 26 law enforcement agents carried out a 6am raid in February 2020 with their guns drawn. They are said to have 'pulled Mr. Sanders's parents out of their home and forced Mr. Sanders at gunpoint into his mother's office'. Members of Sanders's family, including his mother Risa, 64, appeared tense...
    A 30-year-old mother has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after an investigation determined she "negligently contributed to the death” of her six-day-old son in 2021, according to a release by Pennsylvania state police. State police were called to a report of an unresponsive infant in the 1300 block of Swamp Fox Road in Guilford Township on May 2 at 1 p.m., according to a release by the police. Life-saving measures were taken but Xender Ray Reed was pronounced deceased at 1:49 p.m., the release states. After an autopsy and an “extensive investigation” it was determined that Reed died from positional asphyxia, police say. Reed’s mother, Destinee Griffin-Bailey of Chambersburg, has been charged with one count of felony involuntary manslaughter, according to court documents. She has been held in the Franklin County Prison with bail set at $150,000, court records show. Her preliminary hearing has been scheduled before Magisterial District Judge Kelly L. Rock on Apr. 12 at 1:30 p.m., according to her court docket.
    Brian Laundrie's parents asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed against them by Gabby Petito's mom and dad by insisting they were entitled to plead the fifth when questioned about their son.    The Laundrie family's lawyer Steven Bertolino made the application to a court in Sarasota, Florida, on Wednesday. He did so in response to the Petitos' claims that the couple knew their son had killed their daughter, and helped him plot to escape.  'The Laundries have exercised their constitutional right to refrain from speaking and have relied on counsel to speak for them. This is not only common practice in our civilized community but it embodies the exercise of fundamental rights under the United States and Florida Constitutions,' Bertolino told CNN. Bertolino did not confirm or deny any of the allegations made against the Laundries, whose lives were put under a microscope for weeks following the disappearance of their son and his girlfriend. Petito was found murdered in Wyoming in September, with Laundrie's remains discovered in a Florida swamp a month later. Investigators later concluded that he'd shot...
    Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley's parents appeared in court Tuesday for a pre-trial hearing and had a judge assign an independent attorney to each to avoid a conflict of interest, which potentially could become grounds for an appeal.   Jennifer and James Crumbley are charged with involuntary manslaughter and also with making the gun used in the mass shooting at Oxford High School on November 30, 2021 available to their son.   The pair gave the gun to the 15-year-old for Christmas; they also allowed him to practice shooting regularly, according to prosecutors.  They also are accused of failing to intervene when he showed signs of mental distress at home and at school.   Tuesday's hearing was largely procedural. The judge appointed two lawyers - one for each of the defendants - because each was represented by an attorney from the same law firm, creating a potential conflict of interest.  The lawyers will work alongside the attorney who will represents the couple at trial.  During their preliminary examination where they were ordered last month to stand trial, Jennifer Crumbley was represented by Shannon...
    PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The parents of a 15-year-old boy charged with killing four students at his Michigan high school were scheduled to return Tuesday to court for a pretrial hearing on involuntary manslaughter charges. Jennifer and James Crumbley also are accused of making the gun used in the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School available to their son, Ethan, and failing to intervene when he showed signs of mental distress at home and at school. READ MORE: Fungus-Ravaged Bat Proposed For Endangered Species ListingThey were ordered last month to stand trial in Oakland County Circuit Court. The Crumbleys’ attorneys have insisted the couple didn’t know their son might plan an attack and didn’t make the gun easy to find in their home. READ MORE: Detroit Reaches $7.5M Deal With Davontae Sanford In Wrongful Conviction LawsuitTheir son is charged as an adult with first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder, terrorism and gun charges in the shooting at his school, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Detroit. Six other students and a teacher were wounded. His attorneys have...
    PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The parents of a 15-year-old boy charged with killing four students at his Michigan high school were scheduled to return Tuesday to court for a pretrial hearing on involuntary manslaughter charges. Jennifer and James Crumbley also are accused of making the gun used in the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School available to their son, Ethan, and failing to intervene when he showed signs of mental distress at home and at school. READ MORE: Fungus-Ravaged Bat Proposed For Endangered Species ListingThey were ordered last month to stand trial in Oakland County Circuit Court. The Crumbleys’ attorneys have insisted the couple didn’t know their son might plan an attack and didn’t make the gun easy to find in their home. READ MORE: Detroit Reaches $7.5M Deal With Davontae Sanford In Wrongful Conviction LawsuitTheir son is charged as an adult with first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder, terrorism and gun charges in the shooting at his school, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Detroit. Six other students and a teacher were wounded. His attorneys have...
    PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The parents of a 15-year-old boy charged with killing four students at his Michigan high school were scheduled to return Tuesday to court for a pretrial hearing on involuntary manslaughter charges. Jennifer and James Crumbley also are accused of making the gun used in the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School available to their son, Ethan, and failing to intervene when he showed signs of mental distress at home and at school. They were ordered last month to stand trial in Oakland County Circuit Court. The Crumbleys’ attorneys have insisted the couple didn’t know their son might plan an attack and didn’t make the gun easy to find in their home. Their son is charged as an adult with first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder, terrorism and gun charges in the shooting at his school, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Detroit. Six other students and a teacher were wounded. His attorneys have filed a notice of an insanity defense. He is lodged alone in a cell in the Oakland County Jail’s...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Prosecutors in Manhattan are still building their case while the suspect faces a judge Wednesday in Washington.Authorities released the mug shot for 30-year-old Gerald Brevard III.Surveillance video from a southeast DC gas station shows ATF agents tackling and arresting him early Tuesday morning.He was not armed at the time of his arrest.Brevard is accused of shooting three people in DC, killing one of them before traveling to New York last weekend and shooting two men.Police say he shot and killed one man on a sidewalk in SoHo on a bitterly cold Saturday morning as the man slept on a sidewalk grate."I think anybody who does that, you've seen the video, just going up and indiscriminately shooting somebody sleeping defenselessly, on the sidewalk, and bothering nobody. They got some serious issues. I don't know what they are. Hopefully, when we bring him into custody, we'll find out," said James Essig, NYPD Chief of Detectives."Police say he was spotted at Penn Station at 3:30 a.m. Saturday, raising the possibility he traveled to New York City on Amtrak...
    Heartbroken relatives of those lost to America's opioid crisis branded pharmaceutical bosses 'scum of the earth' to their faces. In an extraordinary court confrontation, those whose lives have been blighted by the painkiller OxyContin told their harrowing stories to members of the Sackler family, which owns the drug's maker Purdue Pharma. One mother who became hooked, Kara Trainor, told how her baby son was born addicted. 'If you have ever heard the screams of a newborn in withdrawal they will haunt you for the rest of your life,' she told the specially convened virtual hearing. Another mother told the three members of the Sackler family: 'You murdered my daughter and destroyed my family.' The hearing took place in a courtroom in White Plains, New York, which is handling the bankruptcy of Purdue Pharma. One mother who became hooked, Kara Trainor, (pictured) told how her baby son was born addicted The company and its executives are accused of pushing OxyContin to patients even though they knew it was highly addictive. The result was arguably America's biggest public health crisis which led...
    STOCKHOLM (AP) — A 49-year-old woman from Sweden was convicted Friday of serious violation of international law and a war crime for not preventing her 12-year-old son from being recruited as a child soldier on behalf of the Islamic State group in Syria. The Stockholm District Court said Lina Ishaq who has been in custody in Sweden since September, and her husband belonged to a sect-like Islamist milieu that advocated armed struggle for Shariah law and emigration to live in a fundamentalist society. The court said that in April 2013, the woman traveled to Syria with her son to join her husband and an older son. Her husband and both sons later died in Syria. In its ruling, the court said Ishaq knew they were going to Syria and that the boy was recruited there as a child soldier on behalf of IS. “She didn’t take adequate measures to prevent this, nor has she wanted to prevent it, (because) his role as a child soldier has been in line with her convictions,” the court said. The district court said...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — On the way to a weekly therapy session, there was good news for a Sacramento woman experiencing homelessness: she found out she would be getting housing in the coming weeks. It’s news 13 years in the making. Melody Gibson admitted she hasn’t always had support from a therapist, psychiatrist, and other medical professionals who are experts in mental health. When she found the services, like the weekly therapy, she said, “it was like coming out of a coma.” READ MORE: El Dorado Hills McDonald's Employee Reaches Milestone, Overcomes ChallengesShe said she’s found the right medication, she has the support of professionals, and for the first time since she began experiencing homelessness, she’s has hope. It’s why, she said, she believes there need to be more resources for mental health for people in her shoes. “I think letting people know resources are there and what can actually happen for them is extraordinary,” said Gibson. Gibson smiles as she talks about the services she’s found and the hope it’s given her in the last few months....
    A US national has been sentenced to death for raping and beheading a diplomat's daughter after she rejected his marriage proposal. Zahir Jaffer, the son of one of the richest families in Pakistan, brutally murdered Noor Muqaddam, 27, at his home in Islamabad on July 20, 2021. Security camera footage showed Mukadam, the daughter of a former ambassador, had made repeated attempts to escape the sprawling mansion but was blocked by two members Jaffer's staff. Zahir Jaffer (pictured Thursday leaving court), the son of one of the richest families in Pakistan, brutally murdered Noor Muqaddam, 27, at his home in Islamabad on July 20, 2021 Security camera footage showed Noor Mukadam (pictured), made repeated attempts to escape the sprawling mansion but was blocked by staff The court heard that the 30-year-old Pakistani-American tortured her with a knuckleduster, raped her, and used a 'sharp-edged weapon' to behead her. 'The main accused has been awarded the death sentence,' said judge Atta Rabbani at the Islamabad district court. Jaffer's parents, Zakir Jaffer and Asmat Adamjee, were found not guilty of attempting to cover up...