XXXTentacion’s Murder Caught On Surveillance Video

(Broward County, FL) – Rapper XXXTentacion’s final moments of life were caught on surveillance video up to the moment that he was gunned by thugs attempting to rob him as he left a Pompano Beach bike shop.

The video was played during a discovery and bail hearing for suspect Robert Allen and it shows XXX walking into the bike shop with a friend and carrying a Louis Vuitton bag with 50k in it.

Moments later, two of the suspects enter the bike shop, leave and park across the street and wait ten minutes for XXX to exit the business.  Once the rapper attempts to pull out he is cut off by the SUV carrying all of the suspects and two of the men jump out with guns drawn.  It looks as if they struggle with XXX as his attempts to fight them off as they’re trying to steal a chain off of his neck.  At this point, one of the suspects goes to the passengers side of the car, grabs the Louis bag with the cash while the taller suspect fires off shots.  XXXTentacion  never exited his vehicle leaving him helpless at point blank range as the murderer opened fire.

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Bündchen Talks About Suicidal Thoughts In Memoir

(Los Angeles, CA-AP) — Supermodel Gisele Bundchen writes in a new memoir that she used to contemplate suicide. In her new book, Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life, Bundchen writes that during her successful modeling career, she had mental health struggles, panic attacks and suicidal thoughts.

The 38-year-old model told People magazine, “Things can be looking perfect on the outside, but you have no idea what’s really going on.” Bundchen’s memoir comes out October 2nd.

Shareef O’Neal Will Miss Freshman Season To Undergo Heart Surgery

(Los Angeles, CA)  – NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal’s son Shareef O’Neal’s college career has been delayed after a medical diagnosis that will force him to miss the upcoming basketball season.  Shareef made the announcement on his Instagram page.  The 18-year old is thankful UCLA doctors caught the condition early and he reassured fans that the ordeal isn’t life threatening but just a bump in the road.

Shareef says after heart surgery he’ll be out for a couple of months and during rehab he’ll be observing, going to class and being a regular student. The Freshman says he began feeling funny during summer practice and subsequent testing showed something serious was going on.

The 6’9 baller says he’s a little bummed out because he felt like he was at the top of his game heading into UCLA after winning the high school state championship. But he’s optimistic and told all the kids out there that the road to success isn’t always going to be easy.

 

Cornyn: There Will Be FBI Probe Of Kavanaugh Allegations

(Washington, DC) — The AP reports, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn says there will be a supplemental FBI investigation into allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

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That will delay a confirmation vote on Kavanaugh for at least a week. Kavanaugh has strongly denied the allegations. Meantime, Kavanaugh buddy Mark Judge has reportedly agreed to cooperate with investigators. One of Kavanaugh’s accusers said Judge was in the room with Kavanaugh when she was assaulted more than 30 years ago.

Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote Delayed One Week

(Washington, DC-AP) — A Senate confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be delayed for at least a week. Senate Republican leaders say the delay will allow the FBI to conduct a supplemental background investigation of Kavanaugh, who is accused of sexual assault. The federal judge has strongly denied any allegations of sexual assault or serious misconduct. The delay was prompted by Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake and Senate Democrats, who pressed for a follow-up FBI probe before a confirmation vote.

Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski later joined the call for the FBI investigation. That posed a problem for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who presides over a thin 51-49 majority in the Senate. McConnell wants to schedule a confirmation vote for Kavanaugh as soon as possible. Earlier, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to refer Kavanaugh to the full Senate. The vote was 11-10. Meantime, Kavanaugh buddy Mark Judge has reportedly agreed to cooperate with investigators. One of Kavanaugh’s accusers has said Judge was in the room with Kavanaugh when she was assaulted more than 30 years ago.

LSU Basketball Player Wayde Sims Shot And Killed During Fight

(Baton Rouge, LA ) – No arrests have been made in the shooting death of LSU forward Wayde Sims early this morning.  Video shows the 20-year old involved in an altercation when he suddenly drops to the ground.

The fight took place near a subway in the 600 block of Harding Boulevard near Southern University’s campus around 12:25 a.m. about a block from Southern’s A.W. Mumford Stadium. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

ESPN reports, Sims, a 6-foot-6 forward, averaged 5.6 points with 2.9 rebounds in 32 games last season. He was the Louisiana 2014-15 Gatorade Player of the Year after leading University Lab High in Baton Rouge to three consecutive state titles from 2014 to 2016.

His father Wayne Sims also played for LSU from 1987-1991.

Third Kavanaugh Accuser Emerges

(Washington, DC-AP) — A third Brett Kavanaugh accuser is coming forward. Attorney Michael Avenatti says his client Julie Swetnick is accusing the Supreme Court nominee of taking part in spiking the drinks of girls at parties in high school.

She alleges that Kavanaugh and buddy Mark Judge did that so girls could be “gang raped” by “numerous boys.” Swetnick claims to have been one of the victims. She did not allege that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her. Attorney Avenatti represents porn star Stormy Daniels, who has alleged she had an affair with Trump. Trump has denied the allegation.

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Search Still On For Missing Autistic Boy

(Gastonia, NC) – The search is still on for a missing 6-year old boy that vanished while he was at a park with his father.

Maddox Ritch has autism and doesn’t speak. His father Ian says he disappeared after he ran off and got too far ahead.  His father said that he normally slows down and waits for them to catch up, but this time he didn’t.  Describing the last couple of days as torture, Ian pleaded for his son’s safe return.

They’ve been playing audio of Maddox’s parents’ voices in hopes that if he is hiding somewhere or hears it he will react. Chief Robert Helton urged residents to look in their sheds, barns or wooded areas where the boy could be hiding.

Trump Doesn’t Rule Out Withdrawing Kavanaugh Nomination

(New York, NY-AP) — President Trump is not ruling out withdrawing Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. Talking in New York today, Trump said he looks forward to seeing tomorrow’s big hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Kavanaugh and one of his three accusers will testify.
Trump also said he believes Kavanaugh’s strong denials of sexual assault and serious misconduct. Meantime, Trump accused Democrats of trying to destroy Kavanaugh’s reputation. Trump repeated an assertion that Dems of playing a big con game with the Kavanaugh nomination.

He suggested that voters will remember what is going on in the upcoming midterm elections. The President would not answer questions about whether he thinks all three of Kavanaugh’s female accusers are lying.

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Christine Ford Details Allegations Against Kavanaugh

(Washington, DC-AP) — The woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault will detail her allegations in testimony tomorrow. In her prepared remarks, Christine Blasey Ford explains how Kavanaugh pushed her onto a bed, got on top of her, groped her and tried to rip off her clothes.

Ford says she believes Kavanaugh was going to rape her. She was able to get away when Kavanaugh’s friend, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, knocking him off her. The incident allegedly happened at a party when both were in their teens.

Ford says it was her civic duty to come forward. Ford and Kavanaugh will testify separately during a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow.