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    MAMA June Shannon has admitted she did not feel safe around her boyfriend Geno Doak months before dumping him. Viewers got to see the reality star open up on the season premiere of Mama June: Road to Redemption. 5Mama June opened up about her relationship with boyfriend Geno DoakCredit: AMC 5The reality star would end up dumping Geno after plenty of dramaCredit: WeTV In one scene, June gets her daughter Lauryn "Pumpkin" Efird on Facetime and shares that she "would like her" to be there for her court date. The 42-year-old was previously charged with possession of crack cocaine- she would eventually dodge prison time. Geno would get 16 months in prison. "... You would be there, there will be law enforcement there. Everything. So I can just walk away," June tells Pumpkin about her plans to leave Geno. read more on mama juneBACK ON TRACK? Mama June gives update on her fractured relationship with daughtersBEAR-Y SCARY Mama June's ex Sugar Bear shares terrifying snaps of his rotten teeth She then shares in a confessional: "I don't know how to...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia city officials came together Monday to reaffirm their commitment to maintaining safety in and around schools. The purpose of Monday’s meeting was for city officials to express their commitment to ensuring schools and the corridors around them remain safe places. “Around this time last year I lost a close friend and a classmate due to gun violence,” a student said. READ MORE: Judge Releases FBI Wiretaps In John Dougherty, Bobby Henon Bribery Trial As Defense Attorneys Ask For Case DismissalTestimony was heard from students across the city who say their daily lives have been bombarded by gun violence. “Even though I feel safe in my school, I don’t feel safe around my school, I don’t feel safe coming out of school,” another student said. On Monday, city leaders came together at Mary McLeod Bethune school to address their concerns that echo across the city. “As we know violence, unfortunately, isn’t a new phenomenon but what we’re now seeing is more brazen behavior in and around schools.” Philadelphia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. William R. Hite said. They discussed...
    A SICK cyclist has been jailed for 14 months after he sexually assaulted twenty women and girls over EIGHT days. Joshua Etchells deliberately targeted lone women as he rode his bike to and from work around Cheshire and Greater Manchester. 4One of Etchells brave victims managed to get a photograph of him which helped snare the twisted attackerCredit: Greater Manchester Police 4He has been jailed for 14 months for the series of attacks on 20 womenCredit: Greater Manchester Police Etchells, 21, would ride up behind his female victims, who were aged between 14 and 15, and then forcefully slap them on their bottoms. The serial sex attacker would then flee the scene on his bike as they screamed at him or cried, deliberately targeting those wearing headphones. In just one day he assaulted three different women in the space of 40 minutes. On another day a further nine women were assaulted - four in the morning between 9am and 9.35am and five in the late afternoon between 4pm – 6.20pm. His teenage victim, 14, was left ''shocked, confused, scared and...
    WHEN news broke that human remains had been found in the search for Sarah Everard, it sent shockwaves across the country. Women both in and outside London took to social media to share their anger and upset for her family, after the 33-year-old disappeared while walking home. ???? Follow our live blog for the latest developments on the case of missing Sarah Everard 13Sarah Everard went missing last week after leaving a friend's house in ClaphamCredit: Metropolitan Police 13Sarah was last seen wearing bright clothing in CCTV imagesCredit: PA:Press Association Presenter and voiceover artist Kavita Kukar, 33, who lives in Brixton and regularly meets her friends around Clapham Common, often walks the same route Sarah was last seen taking. Here, she reveals her shock and calls for more to be done to make women feel safe on the street. She says: "We all know that panicked feeling as we repeatedly scan the area around us, clutching our key in our clenched fist, desperate to see our front door. It’s become all too normal for women to feel that chilling...
    United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby says he has “real confidence” that people will feel safe to travel again by 2022 when proper scientific research backs the notion that the COVID-19 vaccine keeps individuals immune from the novel coronavirus. "You know, I have real confidence in the long term that by this time next year well be back towards a world where people feel safe traveling again. And while COVID may not be completely in the rearview mirror, that all the safety protocols that we have, mean people are back comfortable flying again," he said at an Axios virtual event Tuesday. "And importantly, we need to reach a final scientific medical conclusion that once youve been vaccinated, its safe for you to be out and behaving normally." "As long as were still wearing masks and socially distancing, the business is not going to come back," Kirby said, adding that he believes a "large pent-up demand for travel" will emerge once safety isnt a concern. Airline passenger numbers dropped by 60% in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and seating...
    CLAUDIA Conway appeared to have told cops she "doesn't feel safe" around her mom Kellyanne as officers check on their home. The teenager was on FaceTime with Youtuber Tana Mongeau for 20 minutes, who was streaming the conversation on Instagram Live, when the cops appeared to turn up at the Conway's home. 6Claudia can be seen on FaceTime to Tana MongeauCredit: instagram 6She can be heard arguing with a womanCredit: instagram Claudia can be heard telling the woman "I'm scared of you." "You have no reason to be scared of me," the woman said. "You're the one trying to get people arrested and killed here." "They're calling the cops on Claudia in her house," Mongeau said as she showed the call. The video continues to show a dark FaceTime screen, capturing a conversation that Mongeau claims is between Claudia, Kellyanne and a cop. "You posted a naked picture of me, you literally posted a nude photo of me and you can say you didn't but millions of people saw it," a voice that sounds like Claudia can be heard claiming....
    Amid the pomp and circumstance of this week’s inauguration, one prominent Democrat was notably absent.  Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., first told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that she had foregone her invitation to President Biden’s inauguration to support a union strike in the South Bronx. "I’m thrilled for President Biden and Vice President Harris," she said, "I think the festivities were phenomenal." But when pressed, the progressive rabble-rouser admitted that she’d also sat out the swearing-in due to security concerns, adding that she didn’t feel safe around her colleagues at the moment.  "This was supposed to be a show of force and unity and you weren’t there. Explain it," Cuomo said. AOC SAYS SHE THOUGHT SHE MIGHT DIE IN CAPITOL RIOT  "I think we also had very real security concerns," Ocasio-Cortez admitted. "We still don’t yet feel safe around other members of Congress." She added that a "very considerable amount" of members of Congress do not feel safe around their colleagues, over two weeks since rioters breached the Capitol. The New York Democrat said that Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., had tried to bring...
    Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said Thursday on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time” that she did not attend Wednesday’s inauguration of President Joe Biden out of fear of her colleagues in Congress. When anchor Chris Cuomo asked why she did not attend, Ocasio-Cortez said, “I think we also had very real security concerns as we mentioned earlier. We still don’t yet feel safe around other members of Congress.” Cuomo asked, “How many are we?” Ocasio-Cortez said, “I think a very considerable amount.” Cuomo asked, “You really think colleagues of yours in Congress may do you dirty?” Ocasio-Cortez said, “Yeah, well, one just tried to bring a gun on the floor of the House today. I believe it was Representative Andy Harris from Maryland. He tried to bring in a gun on to the House floor. For individuals who don’t know, guns are not allowed in the District of Columbia and certainly the House floor. There are separate House rules that prohibit the bringing in of firearms. These are rules that date back to the Civil War. These are individuals that are trying...
    A prominent no-show at Wednesday’s Inauguration, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) says she skipped the festivities out of fear of her own colleagues in Congress. Appearing on Cuomo Prime Time Thursday, the New York congresswoman explained that part of the reason that she opted to go to a union strike in the Bronx rather than the Inauguration was because she felt threatened by her congressional peers. “I think we also had very real security concerns,” Ocasio-Cortez said. She added, “We still don’t yet feel safe around other members of congress.” Host Chris Cuomo asked, “You really think colleagues of yours in Congress may do you dirty?” “Yeah, well, one just tried to bring a gun on the floor of the House today,” Ocasio-Cortez said — referencing Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD), who tried to bring a concealed handgun into the House chamber Thursday. Cuomo pressed the New York Democrat on whether she believes her colleagues are carrying for protection following the Capitol riots, or whether truly have ill intentions. “You think they’re bringing it in because they want to protect all of...
    KELLY Clarkson was brought to tears by Shawn Dromgoole's initiative to help the black community feel safe walking around his Nashville neighborhood. The Black Lives Matter leader explained that the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and other black men around the country made him "scared for his life" when walking around his own neighborhood. 8 Kelly spoke to a BLM leader that is working to ensure the black community feels safe while walking in their neighborhoodsCredit: KellyClarksonShow 8 Shawn explained his goal on The Kelly Clarkson ShowCredit: KellyClarksonShow Noting that the deaths of Ahmaud and George Floyd "crippled" him, Shawn explained on The Kelly Clarkson Show: "If taking a walk was going to end my life, I just stopped walking." Kelly responded: "That's an incredibly sad statement. "Sorry, it's just such an insane thing to not feel comfortable walking outside of your house." Shawn's mother eventually joined him for a neighborhood stroll after telling him that he couldn't be "paralyzed by fear." He posted about his fear on social media, which inspired others to join him during his walks. 8 She...
    (CNN)Police in a Massachusetts town have opened a criminal investigation into a report that a Black woman was followed by a man and allegedly accused of suspicious behavior. Julia Santos told police that she had seen an ad on a Groveland community Facebook page on Monday afternoon, where someone was giving away excess dog food. The 21-year-old says she then drove to the house, located about a mile from her own home, and picked up the free dog food.Groveland is about 34 miles north of Boston.As she left for home, Santos told police a man began to follow her, including turning around his vehicle as she turned around in a different direction. "At this point, I'm checking my mirrors ever few seconds," Santos told CNN."A hundred thoughts are rushing to my head as I realized I'm definitely being followed. I knew I couldn't turn into my own driveway so I turned into a different street. Forgetting the street had no turn around point, my heart dropped as I realized I cornered myself," Santos said.Read MoreHotel employee calls police on Black...
    A young black Massachusetts woman filmed the moment a white man allegedly followed her in his car and demanded to know what she was doing in his neighborhood, saying he felt 'unsafe'.  Julia Santos, 21, was on her way home on Monday after she picked up free dog food from a local who posted about it in a neighborhood Facebook group in Groveland. She said as she drove home she passed through Juniper Terrace and realized a man was following her for several streets in his car.  Disturbed by being tailed for two miles, Santos turned onto a side street to escape the man, where he pulled up next to her and confronted her.    'So what are you driving up Juniper Terrace for?' the white man is seen saying in the video, wearing a white T-shirt and sunglasses.  Black woman Julia Santos, 21, of Groveland, Massachusetts filmed the moment she confronted a white man (above) who allegedly followed her in his car for two miles on Monday before asking what she was doing in his neighborhood. He told her...
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