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    (CNN)The family of Gabby Petito has filed a civil lawsuit against Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, alleging they knew their son Brian Laundrie killed Gabby Petito and were working to help him flee the country. In the lawsuit, Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt allege Brian Laundrie told his parents about killing Gabby Petito around August 28."While Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt were desperately searching for information concerning their daughter, Christopher Laundrie and Roberta Laundrie were keeping the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie secret, and it is believed were making arrangements for him to leave the country," the suit alleges.Though a coroner previously ruled Gabby Petito's cause of death as manual strangulation, the lawsuit also lists blunt force injuries to her head and neck as well as manual strangulation for her cause of death.Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petitos fiancé, died from a gunshot wound to the head, medical examiner saysSchmidt's last communication with her daughter was on August 27, the suit says. Her parents believe that was the day she was killed, citing a text message that was sent from Gabby Petito's phone later...
    Paulina Porizkova has opened up about being separated from her parents for years after the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia in 1968, as some 100,000 people flee Ukraine following Russia's invasion.  The 56-year-old model was born in 1965 near Prostejov, Czechoslovakia, to Anna Porizkova and Jiri Porizka (the male version of Porizkova). Her anti-Soviet dissident parents were forced to flee to Lund, Sweden, three years later to escape the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion.  Porizkova, who was left in the care of her maternal grandmother, explained in her candid Instagram post that they were 'the fortunate ones.'  'In 1968, the former Soviet Union invaded my home country. My parents fled on a motorcycle, leaving the three year old me behind — knowing they might not make it out alive. They got lucky,' she wrote on Friday.  Paulina Porizkova, 56, opened up about her parents fleeing Czechoslovakia when she was three to escape the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion The model (pictured with her family) was left in the care of her maternal grandmother after her anti-Soviet dissident parents, Anna Porizkova and Jiri Porizka, fled to Sweden...
    Alicia Witt has broken her silence after the shocking death of her parents who were found dead inside their run-down home in Massachusetts a month ago. 'It still doesn’t feel real,' the redheaded actress began her Facebook note as she shared she loved her parents and is now heartbroken. The star then said that a detective had told her over the phone that her parents were found dead after she had placed a welfare call when she became concerned she had not heard back from them. In her long note Witt noted that her parents were not 'penniless' and she had tried several times to help them out but they would not let her.  And the Hollywood favorite shared that she had not been allowed in their house for 'well over 10 years.' The elderly couple were suspected to have died from hypothermia as one of them had a coat on. But their health had been in decline for a while as her father Robert Witt, 87, was fighting cancer and her mother Diane Witt, 75, had Parkinson's Disease. A...
    A millionaire Silicon Valley mom accused of hosting wild alcohol-fueled sex parties for her 15-year-old son, his teen friends and girls she lured with expensive gifts has filed another attempt to be released on bail. Shannon O'Connor, 47, was denied bail at her October court appearance after prosecutors argued she posed a flight risk and was a potential threat to 15 victims who claimed they were sexually assaulted during O'Connor's parties.  The Los Gatos woman, who reportedly went by 'the Nun' on social media,  is scheduled for a bail hearing in Santa Clara County Superior Court on January 18. Shannon O'Connor, 47, is seeking another chance at bail after she was denied release in October 2021 Brian Madde, O'Connor's lawyer, filed a nine-page bail motion on Wednesday on behalf of his client, The Mercury News reported.  'She has been a model inmate,' the document read. 'The People provide no facts showing Ms. O'Connor has tried to contact the victims or has made any effort to find teenagers so she can ply them with alcohol… The People likewise provide no factual...
    Priscilla Ann Salais, 37, is charged with two counts of endangering a child, kept her head down as she was taken into custody Tuesday The step-grandmother of two young children has been arrested after a one-year-old girl was found hogtied and beaten while her two-year-old brother was discovered soiled and locked in a cage at her Texas home.  Priscilla Ann Salais, 37, who is charged with two counts of endangering a child, kept her head down as she was taken into custody Tuesday, telling reporters the information being released was 'bull****' and that they needed to 'get their facts straight.'  San Antonio Police Chief William McManus appeared distressed as he described the gruesome scene at a press conference.  'What she did to these children is unforgivable,' McManus said. Police say a witness called 911 on Sunday afternoon to perform a welfare check at the residence at 400 block of Bailey Avenue near Rigsby Avenue in Highland Park, San Antonio.  Authorities forced their way into the bedroom at the house to find the girl hogtied; with her wrists and ankles were bound,...
    Police in Florida admitted Monday that investigators who believed they had surveillance on Brian Laundrie last month were actually trailing his mother, Roberta Laundrie. The officers said Roberta was wearing a baseball cap when the mistake happened and noted that she and her son were 'kind of built similarly', and said both issues were to blame for the mix-up.  Police say the blunder happened on September 15, two days before Brian was reported missing but two days after he actually disappeared from his parents' home. On September 16, during a press conference with Gabby Petito's father, North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison claimed he was aware of Brian's whereabouts. 'All I'm going to say is I know where Brian's at,' Garrison told reporters at the time.  Public Information Officer Josh Taylor admitted to WINK on Monday that the department's mix-up was a 'costly mistake'. 'No case is perfect,' he said.  Police in Florida admitted Monday that investigators who believed they had surveillance on then-wanted Brian Laundrie (right) last month were actually watching his mother, Roberta Laundrie (left) The officers said Roberta...
    The daughter of a couple charged with over 100 counts of abusing girls at their hard-line religious school says her attempts to expose them were ignored by Missouri police and prosecutors for over a decade.   In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, Amanda Householder revealed the deeply disturbing torture she and 'hundreds' of other young girls allegedly suffered at the hands of her parents. The 30-year-old said her father would beat her and others with golf clubs, threaten his 'students' into assaulting other girls, force them to drink laxatives and to stand facing a wall all day, every day for months, and was accused of raping at least two of the girls at his ranch. Boyd Householder, 71, and his wife Stephanie, 55, were charged last week with 102 counts that they sexually, emotionally, or physically abused girls for years at Circle of Hope Girls Ranch in Cedar County, Missouri.  Amanda Householder revealed to DailyMailTV the deeply disturbing torture she and 'hundreds' of other young girls allegedly suffered at the hands of her parents  Boyd Householder (left) 71,...
    New York : “Shorty” from A new day now Today, she left with her husband Toni Costa to the first soccer game of Alaïa Costa, the great love of both. For a long time we have seen the passion that the little girl feels for sports, the same that her father shares. This time it was no exception. Alaïa Little by little he has resumed his activities, but this time he did it in style. In the video uploaded by the Spanish dancer, you can see the little girl running, placing herself in first place and scoring a goal like a professional at just 5 years old. As expected, his parents did not give credit and the excited screams of Toni Y Adamari Lopez seeing his little daughter succeed in this way. No doubt Alaïa It is the engine of this family. Her witticisms and excellence in everything she does and undertakes fills her loving parents with pride and joy. Obviously, all the followers of the Costa-López did not stop throwing compliments to the beautiful daughter of the host...
    Two years to the day after student-athlete Lauren McCluskey was brutally murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend, the University of Utah announced that it will pay the victim's family a total of $13.5million to settle two separate lawsuits.  As part of the agreement that was reached on Thursday, the university acknowledged for the first's time that McCluskey's killing in October 2018 was 'preventable.'  University of Utah President Ruth Watkins previously said that there was not 'any reason to believe this tragedy could have been prevented.' Lauren McCluskey's parents have reached a $13.5million  settlement with the University of Utah stemming from her October 2018 murder on campus  Matthew and Jill McCluskey, Lauren's parents, will receive $10.5million, and an additional $3million will go to a foundation they have started in their daughter's name  News of the settlement comes a week after Salt Lake City's top prosecutor announced that former University of of Utah campus police officer Miguel Deras will not face criminal charges for sharing McCluskey's explicit photos with his co-workers after she complained she was being blackmailed by her ex-boyfriend, 37-year-old...
    Melania Trump scoffed at Michelle Obama, joked that she was 'driving liberals crazy' with her infamous 'I really don’t care, do u?' jacket, and called Ivanka and her family 'snakes', according to excerpts of a new bombshell book.   The secrets behind Melania's time in office have been unearthed in a new book entitled Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady by her former best friend Stephanie Winston Wolkoff that comes out September 1. In it she reveals she scoffed at Michelle Obama's time in office. She once said 'Did Michelle Obama go to the border? She never did. Show me the pictures!' She also ignored Michelle's poignant choice to highlight American fashion designers and decided to wear whoever she wanted like Karl Lagerfeld.  Melania also told Wolkoff she wouldn’t move into the White House until the shower and toilet used by the Obamas in the presidential residence was replaced. Melania Trump scoffed at Michelle Obama, joked that she was 'driving liberals crazy' with her infamous 'I really don’t care, do u?' jacket,...
    A 13-year-old girl died and her eight-year-old brother was critically injured after they fell out of a speeding car that was carjacked by a man while her parents were buying food inside a Los Angeles area restaurant. Jose Aguilar, 26, jumped behind the wheel of a family van with four children inside after the parents left the keys in the ignition so that the air conditioning kept running while they went to get food, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The incident took place at around 2pm near the corner of Whittier Boulevard and Lindsey Avenue in Pico Rivera on Sunday afternoon. Investigators said that Aguilar got into the vehicle and started yelling at the four children, demanding that they get out. ‘Vamanos!’ the suspect is alleged to have yelled in Spanish. Isabella Cortes, 13, has been identified as the girl who suffered fatal injuries after falling out of a carjacked vehicle in Pico Rivera, California, on Sunday afternoon ‘Before the children were able to safely exit the vehicle, the suspect drove off from the location at...
    The prime suspect in Madeleine McCann's disappearance made a phone call from the 'same place' she vanished from an hour before she went missing, reports claim.   Christian Brueckner, 43, was recently identified as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine, who vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007.  German prosecutors have repeatedly claimed they have 'concrete evidence' that the three-year-old was killed, and insisted last month they had shared this information with Madeleine's parents Kate and Gerry McCann in a letter.     Details of a call involving a mobile number allegedly used by Brueckner are set to be revealed on the German crime show Aktenzeichen XY… Ungelöst tonight.   Host Rudi Cerne told Focus: 'All I can say at the moment is that one thing we're dealing with here is the number of the Portuguese prepaid card that received a call from the German suspect's mobile.   Christian Brueckner (pictured), 43, was recently identified as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine, who vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007 German prosecutors have claimed they have 'concrete...
    An attorney says that a 21-year-old Mississippi woman who was arrested after making posts on social media that called her father and stepmother racist has been released from jail after the charges were dropped, according to reports. Kaileigh Schmidt of Petal was charged Wednesday with two misdemeanor counts of obscene telecommunication. Carlos Moore told media outlets, including The Associated Press, that the charges were dismissed by the Jones County Sheriff’s Office the next day. Mugshot for Kaileigh Schmidt, 21, of Petal, Miss. (Jones County Sheriff's Office) MISSISSIPPI SHERIFF’S DEPUTY FATALLY SHOT; MANHUNT ON FOR ‘ARMED AND DANGEROUS’ SUSPECT: REPORTS "She spent a night in jail for simply exercising her First Amendment right on Facebook," Moore told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger. Online records confirm Schmidt was released from jail on Thursday. MISSISSIPPI DELTA FARMERS FACE ANOTHER DIFFICULT YEAR WITH FLOODING, COVID-19 She was accused of sharing her father and stepmother’s personal information, phone numbers and addresses in the Facebook posts. The postings resulted in them receiving death threats, sheriff's investigator Ruben Bishop said. He said Schmidt was angry because they had taken her car. At a news conference Friday,...
    PETAL, Miss. (AP) - Charges have been dropped against a Mississippi woman whose parents received death threats after their daughter accused them of being racist, the woman’s attorney said Thursday. Kaileigh Schmidt, 21, of Petal, was charged Wednesday with two counts of obscene communication. Her attorney, Carlos Moore, told The Associated Press the charges have since been dropped. Schmidt said in a Facebook post on June 5 that her parents were racist and alleged her mother hit her, The Clarion Ledger reported. She included a video of her bruised face and her hair falling out. She also shared screenshots of text messages her parents allegedly sent to her, including racial slurs. TOP STORIES Comedian charged with inciting riot in George Floyd protest Democrats accuse Trump of racism for planning rally on Juneteenth in Tulsa Seattles autonomous zone is Mad Max movie mayhem come alive Schmidt also shared her parents’ personal information, phone numbers and addresses in Facebook groups, according to the Jones County Sheriff’s Department. Schmidt said she wanted her parents to “go viral” instead of calling the...
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