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Fairfax accuser says ex-Duke player Corey Maggette raped her in college

One of the women accusing Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of rape said she was also sexually assaulted by former NBA player Corey Maggette, according to a report published Monday evening. Meredith Watson told multiple friends years ago that she had been raped by the 14-year NBA veteran and current...

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Four of Justin Fairfax’s political staffers resign

Two government staffers and two employees of Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax’s political action committee have stepped down since two women accused him of sexual assault, according to a report on Monday. Policy director Adele McClure and scheduling director Julia Billingsly — two of Fairfax’s...

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World famous chefs keep dying under mysterious circumstances

Australian chef-to-the-stars Justin Bull seemed to have everything to live for, just like the other celebrity chefs he followed whose deaths police said had “no suspicious circumstances.” Like Jeremy Strode, like Darren Simpson, like Anthony Bourdain. The body of 46-year-old Bull was found...

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Justin Verlander trashes MLB’s ‘broken’ free-agent system

With major league spring training on the horizon, the free-agent market is still flooded with players looking to find a home — including the two biggest names in Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. Count Astros pitcher Justin Verlander, never one to shy away from sharing his opinion, among those...

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Justin Fairfax put on leave by law firm in wake of sex assault allegations

Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia has been put on leave by his law firm as it investigates sexual assault charges against him, according to a report. Washington, DC-based Morrison Foerster “has retained outside counsel to conduct an investigation. During the investigation, Justin Fairfax has...

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How time with Yankees has ‘prepared’ Justin Wilson for Mets

PORT ST. LUCIE — Justin Wilson would like to believe his experience pitching for the other New York team has prepared him for the Mets. “Clearly both teams in New York, as far as you guys [in] the media go, there is a stronger presence there,” the lefty reliever said Sunday upon reporting to...

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