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    A Virginia woman has been placed under a restraining order and told to stay at least 200 yards from the house of Apple CEO Tim Cook, after she was found to have sent hundreds of emails to him, claiming he was the father of her twins. Julia Lee Choi, 45, from McLean, began tweeting about Cook in Halloween 2020, firing off a 18 messages calling him her husband and 'my bed man.'  Cook in 2014 came out as gay.  Posting only on that one day, she referred to the 61-year-old as: 'My bed MAN! My bathroom MAN! My kitchen MAN! My Cleaning MAN! My Husband! My MAN is Tim Cook ! My kids Daddy~!' Choi, who called herself Julia Lee Cook, took offense at the CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella, tweeting: 'You should unfollow my husband Tim Cook as soon as possible.' Julia Lee Choi, 45, from McLean, Virginia, has been harassing Cook (pictured in September 2019) since October 2020, according to his lawyers Choi on October 31, 2020 opened a Twitter account using this profile photo. She fired off 18...
    A Superior Court judge in Santa Clara County has granted a temporary restraining order against a woman accused of stalking and harassing Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook for more than a year. Julia Lee Choi, 45, of McLean, Va., is accused of making numerous credible threats against Cook, including emailing him photographs of loaded handguns and trespassing onto his residence, according to court documents made public this week. The request for a restraining order was filed Thursday and granted Friday, as first reported in the Mercury News. Though many of the threats were aimed at Cook, the order protects all Apple employees because of what the company described in its request as Choi’s “erratic, threatening and bizarre behavior.” The restraining order bars Choi from possessing guns and from approaching or contacting Cook or other Apple employees, among other actions. “Apple believes the respondent may be armed and is still in the South Bay Area and intends to return to Apple’s CEO’s residence or locate him otherwise in the near future,” court documents say. It was unclear whether Choi has...
    UPPER ST. CLAIR (KDKA) — For students in one of the largest school districts in Western Pennsylvania, they’ll be required to pack a mask for classes on Monday. A federal appeals judge granted an emergency ruling to require universal masking, despite the Upper St. Clair school board’s voting to make masks optional two weeks ago. This means that everyone will have to wear a mask in the Upper St. Clair School District. On Sunday, a federal appeals judge with the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals granted an emergency request for a restraining order to continue universal masking. An attorney representing five at-risk students requested this order because of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases, arguing that optional masking puts students in jeopardy and violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. The order reverses a ruling made Friday by a U.S. District judge who rejected the emergency motion. That judge said granting the restraining order would “damage the independence and authority” of the school board. “The order is very temporary in that it is only in place until there is a...
    KATIE Price is facing further legal trouble in 2022 and could be hauled off to jail after she was arrested. The 43-year-old has reportedly found herself on the wrong side of the law again after a turbulent 12 months. 1Katie Price could face jail time after her latest arrestCredit: Rex Is Katie Price going to jail? The reality star could be heading to jail after being arrested while still on licence for her drink-drive shame. Katie controversially swerved spending Christmas behind bars back in December 2021 and was instead handed a 16-week suspended sentence spanning over a year. A judge slammed her for believing she is "above the law" while driving when disqualified and without insurance, but couldn't send her to prison because of a legal loophole. Katie was travelling to see a pal because she was "lonely" when she overturned her BMW in Horsham, West Sussex, in September. She was already banned from driving when she got behind the wheel after taking cocaine and downing vodka and lemonades. Her driving ban was extended and she was given 100 hours...
    KATIE Price spent the night in a police cell after she sent a vile message to ex-husband Kieran Hayler about his fiancée. The star, 43, could face jail after allegedly breaking a court order banning her from contacting Michelle Penticost, 39, “directly or indirectly”. 12Katie Price spent the night in a police cell after she sent a vile message to former husband Kieran Hayler about his fiancée 12Katie was accused of breaking a court order banning her from contacting Michelle Penticost 'directly or indirectly' - pictured Michelle with Price's ex-husband Kieran HaylerCredit: Refer to Caption 12Price is facing jail for allegedly sending a foul-mouthed message to ex-husband Kieran Hayler, pictured — directed at his fiancée Michelle PenticostCredit: Getty Police arrested Price at home at 1am yesterday and took her to Worthing nick, West Sussex. Price could face jail for sending a foul-mouthed message to ex-husband Kieran Hayler — directed at his fiancée. The former glamour model, 43, was spared prison last month after a drink-drive crash. She was accused of breaking a court restraining order banning her from contacting Michelle...
    (CBS4) – Wednesday marked the 8th day of the King Soopers strike, and storefronts were significantly quieter. Part of the reason was likely the bitter cold weather, but another reason? A restraining order filed by King Soopers in Denver district court Tuesday.  “We’ve been having to trudge up and down the entryway … not even next to it. We’re not allowed within so many feet of it now,” said Andres Becerril a union member and head clerk for King Soopers. The order specifically states that employees on the picket line are prohibited from: • Impeding the ingress or egress of any customer, employee, vendor, or vehicle; b.  • Picketing, congregating, loitering, or gathering in front of, on, or near King Soopers’ facilities in any manner other than by the maintenance of 10 or fewer pickets on the premises and perimeter of each one of King Soopers’ facilities, • Interfering with, injuring, menacing, threatening, molesting, intimidating, shouting at any person within 20 feet of that person, or physically obstructing, in any manner whatsoever King Soopers made numerous allegations regarding the actions of...
    DENVER (CBS4) – King Soopers has been granted a temporary restraining order against striking employees. A judge granted the request Tuesday evening after the company alleged several incidents of harassing behavior toward customers. The workers’ union says the allegations are unfounded. (credit: CBS) In a statement to CBS4, King Soopers wrote: “To be extremely clear – we support our associates’ right to picket, we also respect our associates’ right to cross the picket line and work and our customers’ right to cross the line to shop. Unfortunately, at several locations picketers are engaging in unlawful activity including threatening, blocking and intimidating both associates and customers who have chosen to cross the picket line. Additionally, there have been instances where picketers are blocking trucks from delivering to our stores. These activities are not peaceful and frankly are unsafe. The safety of our associates, customers, and communities will ALWAYS come first and this temporary restraining order is a reflection of that commitment.” The request also alleges multiple incidents of picketers falsely telling customers that the stores are closed, preventing cars from entering the...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — With cases and hospitalizations declining, Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman Jr. defended the county’s indoor mask mandate in the face of a lawsuit asking for a temporary restraining order of the policy. Even the Omicron-driven surge in cases is waning, 39 Anne Arundel County residents have died from the virus in the last week, the highest seven-day total since the start of the pandemic, according to Pittman and county health officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman. READ MORE: Maryland Senate Committee To Hear Testimony On Expanded 'Slow Down, Move Over' Law“My message to the residents of Anne Arundel County is we’re better than this,” Pittman said of the suit. “We do care about one another, I know that you care about your neighbors.” While hospitals in the county are still operating under crisis standards of care, the number of new cases and hospital patients is plateauing, said Kalyanaraman. There are currently 230 residents hospitalized with COVID-19. “That’s exactly what we wanted to see with the mask mandate,” he said. “It’s exactly what is needed to decrease the...
    Kendall Jenner is taking legal steps to protect herself from an alleged stalker who trespassed on her property.  According to court records viewed by Fox News Digital, Jenner filed for a temporary restraining order against Arnold Babcock on Jan. 11, 2022.  The man allegedly has a history of stalking Jenner. A hearing is scheduled for Feb. 1, 2022 where the future of the restraining order will be decided.  TMZ reports that a judge signed off on the reality star’s temporary restraining order that will reportedly be in place until the hearing. The outlet reports that the 31-year-old was stopped inside the star’s gated community earlier this week by security. He claimed at the time that he was looking for Kendall specifically. Security for the community detained him until he was taken into custody by police. TRAVIS SCOTT HIT WITH LAWSUIT BY FAMILY OF 14-YEAR-OLD KILLED AT ASTROWORLD Kendall Jenner got a temporary restraining order against an alleged stalker.  (Mike Coppola/Getty Images) The outlet notes that it was not the first time that he was found trying to locate her....
    Kendall Jenner has been granted a temporary restraining order against a male trespasser after he allegedly tried to get onto her Los Angeles property. According to TMZ, the 26-year-old model headed to court on Tuesday to make the filing that was, eventually, signed off by a judge. The court-ordered protection requires a man by the name of Arnold Babcock, 31, to stay away from Jenner until his hearing on February 1. Granted: Kendall Jenner has been granted a temporary restraining order against a man by the name of Arnold Babcock after he allegedly tried to get onto her Los Angeles property; Kendall pictured in 2020 TMZ reported earlier this week that Babcock was stopped by security inside her gated community asking to see the reality star.    Kendall has been subject to several stalker ordeals and has previously had trespassers try to access her home and enter her land without permission.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Props to the Golden Globes for always choosing absolute... Laurence Fox is set to wed 28-year-old teacher who supported... Hailey Bieber...
    Adam Montgomery, the father of missing New Hampshire 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery, allegedly crept up to his mother-in-law’s window with a knife as his now-estranged wife was sheltering in her home with their children over the summer, court records show. Montgomery is married to the complainant's daughter, Kayla Montgomery, although they separated months ago. Fox News has chosen not to publish her name because there was a threat of domestic violence. Kayla and Adam Montgomery share three kids, two boys and a girl between ages 1 and 4, who are now safe and accounted for, according to the Manchester Police Department in New Hampshire. Kayla Montgomery went to her mother’s house with the children on March 21, 2021, "due to domestic violence on her from her husband, Adam Montgomery," according to the request for a restraining order. MISSING HARMONY MONTGOMERY: TIMELINE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 7-YEAR-OLD'S DISAPPEARANCE Adam Montgomery stood for a booking photo at the Hillsborough County House of Corrections on Jan. 5, 2022. His 7-year-old daughter, Harmony Montgomery, was reported missing a week earlier but hasn't been accounted for...
    The Playboy actress charged with assaulting an elderly passenger on a Delta flight last week in a stunning caught-on-video meltdown has been spiraling out of control for years — racking up criminal cases and allegedly threatening to kill her family, court records show. Patricia Cornwall, 51, achieved national fame on Dec. 23 when she got into a spat with an 80-year-old passenger before allegedly clocking him in the head and spitting on his face on a packed Delta flight from Tampa to Atlanta. Her midair performance garnered more than 9 million views on Twitter and may have rivaled her viewers for her 1996 appearances on "Baywatch" and "Married…With Children." EX-PLAYBOY MODEL AND ‘BAYWATCH’ ‘KAREN’ FACES ASSAULT CHARGE IN SPAT WITH FOUL-MOUTHED OLD MAN ON DELTA FLIGHT But the mid-flight freakout was only the latest brush with the law in Cornwall’s recent past. She was busted last month, on Nov. 10, after crashing her gray Nissan into a tree at about 1:30 a.m. in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. "She said she was not hurt and then became belligerent," wrote a Walton...
    The woman dubbed "Delta Karen" for slapping a man for not wearing a mask on a Delta Air Lines flight has a history of psychotic breaks and run-ins with the law, according to documents. Patricia Cornwall, who was arrested Thursday following her tirade, has been placed on psychiatric hold on at least two occasions, according to court filings. Her stepfather, Robert Spoeri, wrote in a restraining order request in July 2020 that Cornwall attacked him and her mother, Yolanda Spoeri, during a delusional episode. "Patricia kicked me, punched me, threatened to kill me, jumped on me, pulled my hair very hard, pounded my head into the floor and more because I would not divulge where her mother was hiding," Robert Spoeri said in the filing. "Her real goal was to do far greater injury to her mother." 'KAREN' WHO HAD AIRPLANE TIRADE IDENTIFIED AS FORMER BAYWATCH AND PLAYBOY: CHEERLEADERS ACTRESS PATRICIA CORNWALL The actress was then placed on psychiatric hold for the "second or third time," the July 2020 filings said. Cornwall also claimed that...
    One of Kylie Jenner's stalker has been charged with two criminal counts after he attempted to visit her home on Sunday. Jrue Mesgan, who rang the buzzer to the 24-year-old reality star's home in Beverly Hills, has been charged with one count each of violating a protective order and violating a court order, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ on Tuesday. Both counts are misdemeanors. Legal trouble: Jrue Mesgan, an obsessed fan who was arrested at Kylie Jenner's house on Sunday, has been charged with two criminal counts, TMZ reported on Tuesday; Kylie pictured with Travis Scott and daughter Stormi Webster in June in NYC Police were previously seen putting Mesgan in handcuffs on Sunday afternoon. According to law enforcement, the man — who has visited her house numerous times — approached her estate in the very exclusive part of Beverly Hills, called Holmby Hills, and buzzed the gate. However, a security guard on the property spotted Mesgan and called the police. He was arrested for a misdemeanor violation of a court order at the time and was being held...
    The former Baywatch actress dubbed 'Delta Karen' for punching an 80-year-old man in the face on a Tampa-to-Atlanta flight, threatened to kill her mother and stepfather and kidnap their children, court documents claim. Patty Cornwall's stepfather filed a restraining order against her in July 2020 claiming she made the threats while living at their house. Robert Spoeri's restraining order application, filed in a Los Angeles County court, says Cornwall, 51, claimed she was the real mother of his two children and he feared she 'might kidnap them when she has a delusional episode'. Spoeri claimed his stepdaughter, who has now been released on bail following Thursday's air rage incident, had already been detained two or three times before by the authorities for mental health reasons. 'Patricia Cornwall is the daughter of my wife Yolanda Spoeri,' he wrote. 'Patricia Cornwall has threatened to kill Yolanda Spoeri and Robert Spoeri. She has physically attacked and beaten Robert & Yolanda Spoeri.   Patricia Cornwall (pictured left in a November mugshot for a DUI) who was charged with assaulting an older passenger on a Delta...
    A man was reportedly arrested outside Kylie Jenner’s home after he violated a restraining order she has against him. Law enforcement sources said Sunday that the 23-year-old man, Jrue Mesgan, was taken into custody after he reportedly buzzed the gate of Jenner’s Los Angeles home, TMZ reported in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: REPORT: Kim Kardashian Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker) The 24-year-old reality star was granted the protection against Mesgan after he reportedly showed up to her home “numerous times” in the last few months, the outlet noted.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by E! News (@enews) A security guard reportedly spotted the guy and notified police, who then took him into custody, the report noted. (RELATED: Kendall Jenner’s Alleged Stalker Was Just Deported By ICE) Mesgan was arrested on a misdemeanor charge and is being held on $20,000 bail, E! News reported. The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star has had problems in the past with obsessed fans. In 2019, Jenner filed a restraining order against a different man who showed...
    An obsessed Kylie Jenner fan was arrested outside of her Beverly Hills home as he violated his restraining order. Police were pictured putting a man named Jrue Mesgan in handcuffs on Sunday afternoon. According to law enforcement, the man - who has visited her house numerous times approached her estate in the very exclusive part of Beverly Hills, called Holmby Hills, and buzzed the gate. Scary: An obsessed Kylie Jenner fan was arrested outside of her Beverly Hills home as he violated his restraining order Target: Jenner is seen at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills back in February 2020 However a security guard on the property spotted Mesgan and called the police. He was arrested for a misdemeanor violation of a court order and is currently being held on $20K bail according to TMZ on Monday.  The publication reports that Mesgan has been to the star's home on multiple occasions over the past few months in an attempt to see her. Police were pictured putting a man named Jrue Mesgan in handcuffs on Sunday afternoon According to law...
    AN obsessed fan of Kylie Jenner’s was arrested over the weekend after he violated a restraining order by showing up at her place. The scary situation occurred the day after Christmas when the stalker approached Kylie’s $36million Beverly Hills mansion, despite a stay-away order she had against him. 4Kylie Jenner's obsessed fan was arrested on her property on SundayCredit: BackGrid 4The stalker violated a restraining order she had against himCredit: Getty The pregnant reality star, along with her sisters, has been dealing with a lot of issues with stalkers over the last couple of years but it’s been ramping up the last couple of months. The latest instance saw a man named Jrue Mesgan disregard a restraining order and walk right up to her home. He tried to get to Kylie, 24, by buzzing at the gate, but a security guard saw the man and recognized him, according to TMZ. The stalker was wearing a black sweatsuit, red T-shirt, white shoes, and a gray beanie. After security called the police, Jrue was apprehended by two officers and arrested for a...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A judge temporarily halted Thursday a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for St. Paul city employees. A Ramsey County District Court judge granted the Tri-Council’s request and issued a temporary restraining order on the city of St. Paul from enforcing its COVID-19 vaccine requirement policy, according to a release by IUOE Local 49. READ MORE: COVID, Weather Prompts Delta To Cancel Nearly 100 Christmas Eve FlightsTri-Council union members included IUOE Local 49, Teamsters Local 120 and Laborers Local 363. “Our goal as an organization is, and has been, to stand up for our members and make their voices heard, and with this ruling, it is evident that those voices were heard loud and clear,” said local business manager Jason George. “We will adhere to the court’s ruling and continue to work with the city of St. Paul to come to an agreement that is beneficial for our members and the public’s safety.” The city is ordered to postpone enforcement of the vaccine requirement and new requests for medical accommodations or religious exemptions. Local 49 says they will follow the courts...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A judge temporarily halted Thursday a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for St. Paul city employees. A Ramsey County District Court judge granted the Tri-Council’s request and issued a temporary restraining order on the city of St. Paul from enforcing its COVID-19 vaccine requirement policy, according to a release by IUOE Local 49. READ MORE: Woman, 57, Killed In 2-Vehicle Crash In Chisago CountyTri-Council union members included IUOE Local 49, Teamsters Local 120 and Laborers Local 363. “Our goal as an organization is, and has been, to stand up for our members and make their voices heard, and with this ruling, it is evident that those voices were heard loud and clear,” said local business manager Jason George. “We will adhere to the court’s ruling and continue to work with the city of St. Paul to come to an agreement that is beneficial for our members and the public’s safety.” The city is ordered to postpone enforcement of the vaccine requirement and new requests for medical accommodations or religious exemptions. Local 49 says they will follow the courts recommendations and...
    A judge on Wednesday shot down former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's lawsuit against the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack, arguing that Flynn would likely face no "immediate and irreparable harm" from a federal probe. In November, Flynn was one of six Donald Trump allies to be subpoenaed over his apparent connections to various Trump allies ahead of the insurrection on January 6. On Tuesday, Flynn filed a suit against the panel asking for a temporary restraining order, seeking to block the committee from accessing his phone records or subpoenaing him for testimony. "Like many Americans in late 2020, and to this day, General Flynn has sincerely held concerns about the integrity of the 2020 elections. It is not a crime to hold such beliefs, regardless of whether they are correct or mistaken," his complaint read at the time. Flynn has broadly argued that the committee's probe violates his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. The panel is particularly interested in a White House meeting Flynn attended in mid-December, during which numerous conspiracy theories surrounding the...
    A federal judge in Florida denied former national security adviser Michael Flynn's request for a temporary restraining order to block subpoenas from the Jan. 6 committee investigating the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this year. The committee, which has subpoenaed several allies to former President Donald Trump in recent months, is seeking to compel Flynn to testify and produce phone records and other documents. Flynn filed his motion to the U.S. District Court in Tampa as he moved to Englewood, Florida, earlier this year. Judge Mary Scriven, a Bush appointee, ruled against his request on Wednesday due to a supposed lack of urgency, concluding there was no basis he would face "immediate and irreparable harm." Scriven said the committee postponed Flynn's deposition to a "date to be determined," noting that while the committee's subpoena asked for documents by a Nov. 23 deadline, "there is no evidence in the record as to the date by which the select committee now expects Flynn to comply with its document requests." MICHAEL FLYNN SUES NANCY PELOSI AND JAN. 6 COMMITTEE The judge...
    Just as Sex And The City aficionados were getting over the sudden demise of 'Mr Big' in a reboot of the TV series, they have been confronted with a far more harrowing, real-life plot twist. Indeed, this is a tale of sex and two cities; startlingly similar sexual assaults alleged to have taken place 11 years and 2,000 miles apart, involving star-struck female fans and the actor Chris Noth, who played Big, Carrie Bradshaw's on/off lover. He faces graphic claims that he raped two young women: one in Los Angeles in 2004; the other in New York in 2015. Model Beverly Johnson and Christopher Noth in 1993, the year in which they split up  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ex-Law & Order guest Zoe Lister-Jones claims that Chris... And Just Like That star Kristin Davis is NOT quizzed on... Share this article Share The women, known only by pseudonyms and who reportedly do not know each other, say they came forward after the new series (titled And Just Like That) triggered painful...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- A judge in New York on Tuesday granted a hearing to consider a restraining order on the city's vaccine mandate that applies to all municipal workers, including police officers and firefighters.The hearing, granted by Judge Frank Nervo, will determine if a temporary restraining order on the mandate is warranted and gives the city until next Monday to respond, with the hearing scheduled for following day.The hearing comes in the case of NYPD Detective Anthony Marciano, who said he "developed and retains a natural immunity to COVID, as demonstrated by recent blood testing" and is refusing voluntary consent to the COVID vaccination."It is abundantly clear by now that the Vaccination Order is not a limited emergency health measure to prevent the spread of COVID by city employees having significant contact with the public, or by those city workers in contact with a particularly vulnerable population. The Vaccination Order applies with equal force to City employees having little or no contact with the public, and does not apply to non-City employees who may have extensive public contact,"...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio has suffered another setback in his plan to save $600 million by making significant changes to health insurance offered to retired city workers. A Supreme Court judge has refused to lift a temporary restraining order, effectively blocking the city from forcing retirees into the plan on Dec. 1. Retired workers are suing, claiming the new plan is inferior and would reduce their health benefits at an age when they most need them. The decision means Mayor-elect Eric Adams will have to deal with the issue once he takes office.
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A judge’s decision to deny a protective order to a woman who was later shot and critically injured, allegedly by her ex-boyfriend, “represented a reasonable application of current New Hampshire law to the facts of the case,” an internal review concluded Tuesday. A committee conducted the review of the petition denial and released a report following a request from New Hampshire Supreme Court Chief Justice Gordon MacDonald, the state’s former attorney general. It also made recommendations, such as reviewing and updating protection order-related forms, and providing access to legal assistance to domestic violence survivors. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Should You Expect Another Relief Payment?The woman was shot on Nov. 15 in Salem, Massachusetts. The man, who had lived in New Hampshire, died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. The woman had obtained a temporary restraining order against the man in September alleging that he sexually and physically abused her for years. A month later, Circuit Judge Polly Hall dismissed the woman’s petition for a permanent order, writing “the court cannot find that the defendant’s conduct...
    Eighteen miles south of the Central Valley home that was her prison, down Highway 99 past almond orchards and trucks overloaded with hay bales, sits the Madera County Superior Court. The four-story steel-structure with its light granite exterior boasts 10 courtrooms, large flat-screen monitors and a glass-skinned atrium. The courthouse opened in 2015 in this county of 160,000, part of a decades-long effort to shift funding and oversight of local courts to the state and ensure equal access to justice for all Californians. “The Madera Courthouse was designed to demonstrate the transparency and dignity of democracy, providing a place to facilitate the workings of the American ideals of justice,” the architect’s website says. Calley Garay, a 32-year-old mother of three young boys, came here in June 2020 seeking protection against her abusive husband. Julio Garay warned her that a restraining order was nothing more than a piece of paper and wouldn’t keep him away, court records show.  But the beatings were getting worse, the threats more ominous, and local law enforcement was still investigating her allegations. She needed help. So...
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    SALEM (CBS) – Court documents show the woman who was shot leaving work in Salem Monday night was denied a restraining order against the man who police say pulled the trigger. A judge denied the request just weeks before the shooting. The woman, whose identity has not been released, was leaving Doyle Sailmakers where coworkers say she was a manager. The woman remains in the hospital with life threatening injuries. READ MORE: MIT Scientist Discusses The Importance Of Finding The Source Of The COVID PandemicInvestigators said she was shot by a man identified as 55-year-old Richard Lorman of Wilton, NH. Lorman then shot and killed himself, according to police. Coworkers of the woman say the two had previously been in a relationship and she was working to get a restraining order against him. While a judge granted a temporary order on September 21, she denied the restraining order a month later, on October 20. READ MORE: Dracut Police Looking For Lawrence Man Accused Of Raping A ChildAccording to New Hampshire state law, where the documents were...
    Britney Spears is finally free — but not to see her old associate, Sam Lutfi. Lutfi, a key figure in Spears’ life when she was at her worst, still has a five-year restraining order against him that a judge signed in 2019, TMZ reported. An earlier restraining order was issued when the conservatorship was established in 2008. Britney Spears is finally free — but not to see her old associate, Sam Lutfi.Toby Canham/Getty Images So even though Spears’ conservatorship formally ended Friday after 13 years, Lutfi is still considered a threat to Britney. Britney’s parents, Jamie and Lynne, contended at the time of the conservatorship that Lutfi was controlling every aspect of her life. They claimed he crushed up pills and put them in her food, and even decided who could visit her. A judge signed the 2019 restraining order after Lynne Spears claimed Lutfi had offered her $1,000 to “disrupt and take over” the conservatorship process. Even though Spears’ conservatorship formally ended Friday after 13 years, Lutfi is still considered a threat to Britney.Picture Perfect/Shutterstock The restraining order also protects Jamie...
    Britney Spears is still protected from the former manager Sam Lutfi due to a five-year restraining order which was issued in 2019. The 39-year-old pop star was finally freed from the 13-year conservatorship which her father, Jamie, sat at the helm of her personal and financial decisions when Brenda Penny terminated the court order on Friday. 'The court finds that the conservatorship of the person and estate of Britney Jean Spears is no longer required,' Judge Brenda Penny told a LA Superior court hearing - where Britney did not appear. 'Therefore, as of today, the conservatorship is hereby terminated.'  Lutfi served as Britney's manager after the pair met in 2007 while Britney was in the throes of a mental health crisis and divorcing husband Kevin Federline.  Not great: Britney Spears' former manager, Sam Lutfi, admitted he 'failed' the popstar in a tweet shared on Wednesday afternoon; seen in December 2007 In July, Sam admitted he 'failed' the popstar in a tweet: 'Just sitting here listening to that court recording, if she hates me after she's free I won't blame her......
    LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- A judge Friday denied an application by the Los Angeles city firefighters' union for a temporary restraining order preventing enforcement of a mandate requiring its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, saying there was no evidence of immediate harm.Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff instead scheduled a hearing for Dec. 2 on whether a preliminary injunction should be issued, saying that waiting another 20 days was not likely to be seriously detrimental to the interests of members of United Firefighters of Los Angeles City Local 112.Judge Mary H. Strobel, who has been assigned the union's case, will preside over the Dec. 2 proceeding. She was absent from court Friday.Attorney Dana Martinez, on behalf of the union, argued that if the TRO was not issued, there could be a negative impact on labor relations between the union and the city as well as among the union leaders and their members. She said the city also could find it hard to adequately staff all stations if unvaccinated firefighters are placed on leave.Martinez said about 822 firefighters...
    LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- The union representing LAPD officers lost a round on Wednesday in its lawsuit alleging unfair labor negotiations related to the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for municipal employees when a judge denied its members' request for a temporary restraining order against the directive.The Los Angeles Police Protective League alleges the city failed to negotiate in good faith by withholding information about the city's testing contractor, Bluestone. According to the union, the city did not disclose information about the company's contractual obligations, experience level, selection process and other issues.READ ALSO | Judge denies LAPD officers' lawsuit to block vaccine proof mandateLos Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff said the union did not provide sufficient showing of any immediate harm if a TRO was not granted. He scheduled a hearing on a preliminary injunction for Dec. 8.Despite repeated inquiries, the city has refused to provide the LAPPL with the information it has requested, yet has insisted that testing of unvaccinated employees can only be administered by a city vendor of its choice and with the employee to pay the costs...
    (CBS4) – Douglas County will revisit a controversial topic, as it is in the process of addressing masks in schools as a defense against the spread of the coronavirus. This comes amid Tuesday’s two-week extension of a restraining order on mask exemptions. Douglas County Health Department is scheduled to meet Wednesday ahead of another hearing about the restraining order scheduled for Friday. If the health department decides to rescind the exemption rule, then, the case will be thrown out. In October, a federal judge granted a request by Douglas County School District for the temporary restraining order, saying the district proved the relaxed mask rules would create irreparable harm. At the time, the newly-formed health department, released a statement in response to that ruling, saying in part the health department struck the proper balance of public health protection and parental involvement in health care decisions for their children. District Superintendent Corey Wise also spoke outside the courthouse after that ruling. “As a school district, we strive to do everything possible to protect the health, safety and learning of every single...
    A Fairfield County man was arrested for his involvement in a series of crimes that included assaulting and carjacking a woman at gunpoint. Jose Francisco Ramos, age 52, of Bridgeport, was arrested Tuesday, Nov. 9, by US Marshals for the incident which took place on Wednesday, Oct. 13, said Lt. Brian Weir of the Trumbull Police. On Oct. 13, around 7:40 a.m., Trumbull Police received multiple calls about an armed carjacking at an office building on Corporate Drive, where a gun was displayed, Weir said. The victim reported that as she arrived for work and was sitting in her car was when Ramos, appeared and pointed a firearm at her, he added. He then forced his way into her vehicle and a struggle ensued. As Ramos physically forced the victim further into her vehicle he entered the driver’s seat and continued to assault the victim, Weir said.  Ramos eventually put the vehicle into drive and attempted to drive away with the victim still inside.  The victim, who was in fear for her life, managed to put the vehicle back in park and escaped out of the passenger’s...
    SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Two people were injured in a shooting at a Southampton trailer park in Burlington County early Tuesday morning. The incident unfolded just after 5:30 a.m. Officers arrived at the James Avenue home after reports of a shooting. Police were on scene for hours – going in and out of the home. Authorities at one point climbed atop the roof to take photo evidence. READ MORE: Trial Of Labor Union Leader John Dougherty, Councilman Bobby Henon Delayed After Juror Tests Positive For COVID-19Very little information is known surrounding the double shooting, but neighbors tell CBS3 the woman that lives in the home was recently estranged from her boyfriend after an altercation and restraining order. Law enforcement continue to investigate a double shooting on James Avenue in Southampton Township. Neighbors tell us the female victim had a restraining order against her ex-partner. Waiting on police confirmation that he shot her then himself. Both currently hospitalized. pic.twitter.com/4EzSvtz87Z — Alecia Reid (@alecia__reid) November 9, 2021 “It’s tragic this thing. It’s tragic,” neighbor Nancy Papa said. Papa tells CBS3,...
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A temporary restraining order against a mask exemption rule in Douglas County was extended for another 14 days on Nov. 8. The rule at issue allows parents to exempt their child from wearing a mask in school. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: 'His Ashes Are Here': Widow Testifies At Sentencings Of Robbers Whose Getaway Car Killed Her HusbandAnother hearing about the restraining order is scheduled for Nov. 12. In light of that meeting, the newly-formed Douglas County Health Department is scheduled to meet on Nov. 10. READ MORE: No Charges To Be Filed Against Arvada Police Officer Who Shot Johnny HurleyThe department could decide to rescind the rule, and the case would then be dismissed. MORE NEWS: VIDEO: Ring Camera Shows Mountain Lion Walking Up Onto Fort Collins Front PorchIn late October, a federal judge granted a request by the Douglas County School District for the temporary restraining order. The judge said the district proved the relaxed rules would create irreparable harm.
    Carole Baskin has suffered a major setback. A Florida judge has denied the 60-year-old’s motion for a temporary restraining order that would block Netflix and Royal Goode Productions from featuring footage of her, husband Howard Baskin and their Big Cat Rescue sanctuary in Season 2 of "Tiger King." According to court documents obtained by Fox News on Friday, the judge ruled that the Baskins "are not entitled to the extraordinary remedy of a temporary restraining order, which would be entered before Defendants have had an adequate opportunity to respond." "While the Court understands the Baskins’ frustration, it does not appear that inclusion of Defendants’ footage of the Baskins will cause any immediate harm that cannot be compensated with monetary damages," the ruling states. ‘TIGER KING’ JOE EXOTIC SAYS HE HAS ‘AGGRESSIVE’ PROSTATE CANCER: ‘SAY A PRAYER EVERYONE’ Carole Baskin’s rescue sanctuary for big cats is based in Florida. (Photo by Araya Doheny/Getty Images for NightFly Entertainment) On Monday, the couple filed suit in Tampa, Florida, against the streaming giant and the production company. Baskin alleged that Royal Goode Productions...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A court has now issued a temporary restraining order blocking demolition of the East River Park. Work was supposed to begin Monday, but protesters blocked crews there. The planned project would destroy the existing park to install flood walls and floodgates, but many want the waterfront green space along the East Side to be preserved. The restraining order is in effect through next Monday.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Cook County judge ruled in favor of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police and granted a temporary restraining order to block a vaccine mandate for city workers.The restraining order will only go into effect for members of the FOP. Other city workers are not covered by the restraining order and the vaccine mandate remains in effect for them.The order blocks the city from firing members of the police union who don't meet the December 31 vaccination deadline until the union's arguments are heard by an arbitrator.However, the order does not impact the reporting and testing portion of the vaccine mandate. More than 71 percent of the city's police force has complied with that portion of the order.RELATED | Chicago police officers opposed to city worker vaccine mandate gather at CPD HQ"We're simply asking this judge to force the city to stop their policy, but officers back to work, and force the city to go back to the bargaining table and arbitration," FOP President John Catanzara Jr. said last week.Mayor Lori Lightfoot's mandate for city workers to...
    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — A judge has ordered striking miners to stop picketing outside locations owned by a coal company in Tuscaloosa. Circuit Judge James H. Roberts Jr. on Wednesday issued a restraining order prohibiting the union members from picketing within 300 yards of Warrior Met Coal’s mines and offices. The company said Monday that the level of violence along picket lines had, “reached a dangerous level over the last week.” United Mine Workers of America International President Cecil E. Roberts called the restraining order “unconstitutional” and said it will not break the strike. Miners have been on strike since April Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    MADRID (AP) — France defender Lucas Hernández will not spend time in prison for violating a restraining order after successfully winning an appeal in Spain on Wednesday. The Bayern Munich player had his six-month prison sentence turned into a fine of 96,000 euros ($111,000), a Madrid court said. He can’t commit another crime in the next four years for the ruling to remain valid. The ruling came a day before Hernández had to voluntarily turn himself in to authorities to start serving time. He showed up in court in Madrid last week to be handed the court order to voluntarily turn himself in. Hernández was arrested after a domestic violence incident in Spain in 2017, while he played for Atlético Madrid. He was initially sentenced to community service and then two years later was given a six-month prison sentence for violating a restraining order related to that case. Both he and his partner had a restraining order put in place by a judge but they violated it by traveling together to the United States. The court said it took into...
                      by Elizabeth Troutman  Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich asked the U.S. District Court in Arizona for a temporary restraining order and nationwide preliminary injunction against the Biden Administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates. “The COVID-19 vaccine mandate is one of the greatest infringements upon individual liberty, federalism, and the separation of powers by any administration in our country’s history,” Brnovich said in a news release Friday. President Joe Biden announced an emergency rule mandating vaccinations for all private companies with more than 100 employees on Sept. 9. “This is not about freedom or personal choice,” Biden said in a press conference. “It’s about protecting yourself and those around you.” On Sept. 14, Brnovich became the first U.S. attorney general to file a lawsuit against the mandates, arguing they violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution by allowing unvaccinated migrants to enter the United States. Brnovich’s Friday amended complaint expanded his lawsuit against the administration by adding claims against the federal contractor and federal employee requirements. He said the mandates violate the...
    QUINCY, Mass. (AP) — Former New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung was charged Tuesday in Massachusetts with assault and battery on a family or household member. Chung, 34, appeared in court Tuesday for arraignment with his fiancée and parents in attendance. Prosecutors allege he pushed a woman to the ground, slapped her in the face and broke her phone Monday outside of her home in Milton. Chung, who has resided in Norton, Massachusetts, since retiring from the NFL before the 2021 season, was also charged with vandalizing property. He was released on Tuesday without bail, The Patriot Ledger reported. The woman accusing Chung of assault asked the judge for a restraining order against him. Quincy District Court Judge Neil Hourihan approved the request. “Patrick’s behavior has been erratic for a very long time,” the woman, who was not identified by the Patriot Ledger, said in court. “His behavior was volatile, it was hostile. It seemed premeditated.” Chung, appearing to shake his head “no” at times, did not testify, but his fiancée spoke on his behalf, according to the newspaper. She...
    SAN JOSE — Domestic violence restraining orders previously filed against one another by suspended Sharks forward Evander Kane and his estranged wife, Anna, have been withdrawn and the pair are moving forward with other issues related to their pending divorce, according to court documents. In a brief filed Oct. 13 in Santa Clara County Superior Court, the parties agreed to dismiss the orders and maintain a “respectful distance from one another whenever possible and shall minimize their situations of closer physical proximity.” They also agreed to communicate exclusively through email on matters only concerning their children, unless it’s an emergency. A hearing scheduled for Tuesday was vacated. Dennis J. Luca, Anna Kane’s attorney, said the parties are now working with a private mediator to settle other issues such as custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, and attorney fees. In September, Anna Kane in a temporary restraining order application, leveled accusations of physical abuse and sexual assault against the Sharks forward, saying he had a “history of domestic violence against me” and that she “walked on eggshells for...
                        
    The man who Kim Kardashian hit with a five-year permanent restraining order has now been arrested on felony stalking charges.   Nicholas Costanza — who had previously sent her a diamond ring and the Plan-B morning after pill — was arrested for trespassing on Tuesday, Oct. 19, despite her permanent order of protection which was granted in July.  TMZ reported that police were called to Kim's home early Tuesday morning after security at her Hidden Hills gated community detained the man for trespassing, at which point he was taken into police custody. Repeat offender: Kim Kardashian's stalker who she was granted five year permanent restraining order against was arrested for trespassing and hit with felony stalking charges after showing up at her gated community Though Costanza had shown up to her property in the past on multiple occasions, he reportedly did not make it all the way to her Hidden Hills compound this time.  Police did however book him on felony charges as he was ordered to stay at least 100 yards from her with no contact whatsoever in July.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    POLICE busted a trespasser outside of Kim Kardashian's home. The reality star apparently already had a "restraining order" against the alleged intruder after he gave her a diamond ring and Plan B. 5Police busted a trespasser outside of Kim Kardashian's homeCredit: Splash News 5The reality star apparently already had a 'restraining order' against the alleged intruder after he gave her a diamond ring and Plan BCredit: Google Earth Sources told TMZ police were called to Kim's San Fernando Valley home last week. They said security in her gated community was holding a man for trespassing. Legal documents obtained by TMZ show Kim claims mailed her Plan B pills and an engagement earlier this year. He is now accused of "harassing Kim and threatening her and her family." TMZ reported he was arrested Tuesday morning and was held on charges of felony stalking because Kim has already filed a restraining order against him. Although he allegedly has previously come to Kim's home and tried to jump the gate, this time he didn't make it so far, according to TMZ. Most read...
                        After filing the first lawsuit in the country to stop President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees, federal employees and federal contractors, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is now amending it to request a temporary restraining order and nationwide preliminary injunction. He cites a lengthy list of problems with the mandate, beginning the 54-page brief by saying, “This case presents circumstances that would have been unthinkable to our Founding Fathers.” In a statement, Brnovich declared, “Once a vaccine has been administered, it can never be undone. The COVID-19 vaccine mandate is one of the greatest infringements upon individual liberty, federalism, and the separation of powers by any administration in our country’s history.” Filed in federal district court, he explained the need for the rush. “The deadline for federal contractors to receive their first vaccine is approaching as early as Oct. 27, 2021, so time is of the essence,” the complaint says. “The deadline for federal employees to receive their first Pfizer or Moderna...
    Arizona’s attorney general has filed a request for a temporary restraining order to halt President Joe Biden’s (D) administration from implementing a vaccine requirement while a lawsuit filed in September moves ahead. “Once a vaccine has been administered, it can never be undone,” Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in a statement, Fox News reported on Friday. “The COVID-19 vaccine mandate is one of the greatest infringements upon individual liberty, federalism, and the separation of powers by any administration in our country’s history,” he added. Today, our office expanded our lawsuit to stop the Biden Administration’s unconstitutional COVID-19 vaccine mandate. We are asking for a temporary restraining order and nationwide injunction as soon as possible. https://t.co/2ZrKLZ4eKJ — Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) October 22, 2021 Arizona sued last month after Biden announced a measure to require federal workers and private sector workers in businesses with over 100 employees be vaccinated or take a coronavirus test every week. The measure was expected to affect more than 100 million citizens. “I think it’s really important in times of crisis that we protect the Constitution and...