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‘Real Housewives Of Potomac’ Star Michael Darby Speaks After Groping Incident: “I Bumped Into Him”

“Real Housewives of Potomac” star Michael Darby is speaking out after he was accused of groping a cameraman during filming for the fourth season of the Bravo show. His wife, Ashley Darby, was there to back him up. On September […]

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Johnny Depp: J.K. Rowling ‘Knows I Was Falsely Accused’ of Abuse

Innocent among wizards? Johnny Depp broke his silence about the controversy surrounding his casting in the Fantastic Beasts franchise. “I’ll be honest with you, I felt bad for J.K. [Rowling] having to field all these various feelings from people out there. I felt bad that she had to take...

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Depp also claims Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has seen evidence proving that he was falsely accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

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Former St. Paul human rights director accused police of sabotaging oversight

The city settled in August with Jessica Kingston for $250,000, without describing the nature of her complaint.

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Meet N.J.'s newest addition to the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list

Investigators hope heightening the profile of the accused killer will lead to his capture Lamont Stephenson has been on the run for almost four years as a prime suspect in the October 2014 killing of his fiancee and her dog in Newark. Now, the FBI is raising the stakes in the search for the...

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Utah man raped Tinder date, could have more victims, police say

Police arrested a Utah man Monday accused of raping a woman he met on the dating app Tinder — and authorities believe he could have attacked others. 

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Trial date set for duo in deadly Ala Moana game room robbery

A 28-year-old man accused of fatally shooting another man at an illegal game room during a robbery attempt in Ala Moana pleaded not guilty to a murder charge at Circuit Court today.

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An Illinois high school student accused of shooting a classmate last year has been sentenced to juvenile prison, with the possibility of adult prison if he commits other crimes. The Journal Gazette and Times-Courier reports that the 15-year-old boy was sentenced Thursday by Coles County Circuit...

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Feds bust up drug gang that threatened murder, 'dancing with the devil' on Facebook

The Famous Boyz sold fentanyl-laced heroin and warned snitches on social media, 'there gone (sic) be a murder,' feds say Federal prosecutors have charged 17 alleged members and associates of a Bloods street gang in Newark in a drug trafficking conspiracy authorities say used threats of...

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Murphy official who quit faced sexual assault allegation, sources say. GOP wants an investigation.

Albert Alvarez abruptly resigned last week from Gov. Phil Murphy's administration. The allegation stems from the spring of last year, when Murphy was running for governor. A top staffer in Gov. Phil Murphy's administration who resigned last week faced an allegation of sexual assault during a...

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Man accused of raping Tinder date may have trail of victims

A man in Utah was arrested for allegedly raping a woman he met on the dating app Tinder — and three more woman have come forward with similar claims against the creep, a report said Thursday. Wyatt Dean Martin, 21, was charged with kidnapping, rape and forcible sex abuse in Cache County, Utah, on...

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Federal inmate accused of brokering heroin deals arraigned in Nassau County Court

A federal inmate who authorities say used a smuggled cell phone behind bars to broker big-money heroin deals between Mexican organized crime and the MS-13 gang pleaded not guilty Thursday to drug trafficking and conspiracy charges at a Mineola court arraignment.

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N.J. police officer arrested after brutal K-9 attack that cost city $3M

A lawsuit against Atlantic City alleges the officer was accused of excessive force 23 times over seven years. An Atlantic City police officer has been arrested for his role in a June 2013 arrest that left a Linwood man with 200 stitches after a brutal attack by the officer's K-9. Sterling Wheaten,...

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Chief who threatened councilwoman is docked pay for 120 days, then gets to retire

The Englewood Cliffs council on Wednesday night voted unanimously to suspend Michael Cioffi without pay for 120 days. The Englewood Cliffs Police Chief -- who was allegedly recorded saying he'd like to kill the former council president -- is no longer leading the department. The council on...

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"She has an orange horse in the race and her orange horse has been accused," says guest host Yvette Nicole Brown.

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Fate of 2 accused of murder is in jury's hands; victim was shot at least 19 times

Two fate of two Jersey City men charged with murdering a man shot some 19 time will be in the hands of the jury today. JERSEY CITY -- Two Jersey City men charged with murdering a man who was shot as many as 19 times on a front stoop in 2016 will have their fates placed in the hands of the jury...

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A customer service operations manager for the US Postal Service is accused of taking $630,000 worth of stamps and selling them online.         

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A California high school drama teacher accused of molesting five male students was found dead inside his home Wednesday, officials said.

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The man who “Basketball Wives LA” star Sundy Carter accused of drugging and raping her was arrested by police and charged with revenge porn, and the reality star is set to face the suspect in court. Back in August, Carter filed a police report with the Los Angeles Police Department accusing an...

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Rutgers credit card fraud charges remain unresolved as attorneys, prosecutor spar

Charges against eight current, former Rutgers football players referred to grand jury. The status of four Rutgers football players suspended due to charges related to an alleged credit card fraud scheme remains unresolved after a brief, but somewhat heated, hearing Thursday in Middlesex County...

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