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Bill Cosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.
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Bill Cosby was found guilty Thursday of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. While the trial focused on Cosby’s assault of Constand, a former employee of the Temple University women’s basketball team, she is not alone in accusing the 80-year-old comedian of sexual assault. More than 50 women have spoken out against Cosby — who faces up to 30 years in prison — and many of them expressed joy on Thursday […]
The family of Avicii has released a new statement regarding the world-famous deejay’s deathat age 28. The Swedish EDM superstar, whose birth name was Tim Bergling, was found dead last week in Muscat, Oman. Details surrounding his death have not been revealed, though Oman officials have ruled out foul play. Released Thursday, the family’s latest statement doesn’t specify the circumstances of Avicii’s death, although some language suggests that the Grammy winner may have committed suicide. “He really struggled with thoughts about Meaning, Life, Happiness,” the statement […]
Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger, Mommy influencer and founder of TheStyleEditrix.com Ashley Fultz will join us live with looks from Gap X Star Wars Collecti on. To celebrate the premier of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Gap created a very special summer collection for men, women, boys and girls – and for the very first time, baby! This collection marks the first time the Star Wars brand has collaborated with Gap on baby – and the first time Star Wars has […]
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Standing outside the courtroom where Bill Cosby was convicted of drugging and molesting a woman, Lili Bernard wept and asked a reporter to pinch her. She felt like she was dreaming.Cosby’s conviction on Thursday was only for accusations made by one woman — Andrea Constand, whom a Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, jury found was sexually violated by Cosby at his home in 2014 — but Bernard and other accusers who were in the courtroom or watching around the country saw it as a major milestone in the burgeoning #MeToo movement. Cosby Found Guilty: Comedian Drugged, Violated Woman; Accusers ‘Vindicated’ "It's also a victory for all sexual assault survivors, female and male. It's a victory for womanhood," Bernard said. "I thank the jury so much for positioning themselves on the right side of history. I just want to hug them."Bernard says Cosby drugged and raped her in the early 1990s. Dozens more women have accused Cosby of sexual misconduct and abuse over decades, going back to the era when he was a popular and powerful comedian. Cosby has denied the allegations, including the charges of aggravated indecent assault he was convicted of. Cosby Jury to Decide: Serial Rapist or Con Artist's Mark Many of Cosby's accusers have said that, for years, they felt unable to come forward with their stories and stayed silent because they wouldn't be believed. The #MeToo movement was aimed at ending that fear of speaking up, and it gained steam as Bill Cosby was first brought to trial in 2017. But the trial ended in a hung jury. Bernard said Thursday that the mistrial left her with "a tremendous sense of disappointment," but Cosby's conviction on all three counts has redeemed her faith in humanity. Jury in Cosby Retrial Ends Day 1 of Deliberations "What the #MeToo movement is saying is that women are worthy of being believed," Bernard said.Renowned attorney and women's rights champion Gloria Allred, who represented dozens of Cosby's accusers, said Thursday's verdict made her happier than any other in her 42-year career."We are so happy that finally we can say that women are believed, and not only on #MeToo but in a court of law where they were under oath, where they testified truthfully, where they were attacked, where they were smeared, where they were denigrated, where there were attempts to discredit them," Allred said.She was joined by Bernard and other of Cosby's accusers, many of whom sat through many days of the two-week retrial.They cheered when Allred proclaimed, "Bill Cosby, three words for you: guilty, guilty, guilty!"Victoria Valentino, who says Cosby sexually assaulted her in 1969, said she was grateful to the jury and insisted the #MeToo women is not going away: "We are now part of the tsunami of women's power and justice. We are not shutting up and we are not going away. Get over it."The jurors all indicated they were aware of #MeToo but said before the trial they could remain impartial. Cosby's lawyers slammed #MeToo, calling Cosby its victim and likening it to a witch hunt or a lynching.The verdict resonated for other major figures in the movement.Its founder, Tarana Burke, tweeted about footage of Bernard and other women walking from the courtroom stunned and in tears after the verdict was read."This made my cry," Burke said.Rose McGowan, who has accused disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape, said she was "profoundly happy" to see Cosby's survivors crying tears of relief."Cosby is guilty. I’m sorry if you loved a lie. His victims can now exhale. Thank you judge and jury. Thank you society for waking up," McGowan tweeted.Weinstein hasn't yet faced charges based on McGowan's accusations or the many others from women who have spoken out since the #MeToo movement began, and he has denied them, like Cosby did. But police departments in New York, Los Angeles and elsewhere have confirmed they are investigating allegations, which could lead to the next big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.Liz Lane and The Associated Press contributed to this report.Photo Credit: Pool
Bill Cosby has been found guilty on sexual assault charges in a case that destroyed the legacy of one of America's most influential comedians long before the verdict came down.Cosby, 80, was originally charged in 2015. He was convicted on all three counts of aggravated assault related to an encounter with a former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, in his Cheltenham home in suburban Philadelphia. Cosby Survivors Hail Guilty Verdict as Victory for #MeToo He was accused of drugging and molesting Constand in 2004. During the trial, five other women testified to also having been drugged and assaulted by Cosby.The initial trial last year, also held at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania, garnered national attention. It ended in a mistrial after the jury deadlocked. 'Time's Up, Bill': Celebs React to Cosby Guilty Verdict He now faces up to 10 years in prison on each count. A sentencing date has not been set. His attorneys said they will appeal the verdict.Judge Steven O'Neill ordered Cosby to surrender his passport. Cosby will then be able to remain out on $1 million bail and stay at his home in Elkins Park until sentencing. Timeline in Bill Cosby's Sexual Assault Case As the verdict was announced, some of his accusers let out joyous yells from the back of the courtroom. Constand remained poker-faced, as did Cosby. He briefly looked down to the floor, but otherwise had little reaction to the jury's reading of the guilty findings. Minutes later, however, Cosby lost his temper as District Attorney Kevin Steele argued that Cosby is a flight risk. In a short exchange that followed, Cosby called Steele "an asshole."Both trials, which lasted a few weeks each, became media spectacles and attracted large numbers of detractors, and some supporters, of the elderly celebrity. His case played out during the rise of the #MeToo movement. During jury selection for the retrial, most prospective jurors acknowledged they knew of #MeToo.Kristen Houser of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center told the Associated Press that knowledge of the movement might change the way jurors in the first trial thought of the year it took for Constand to go to police with her accusations."The #MeToo movement is amplifying what experts have been saying for decades: People are ashamed, they're confused, they can't believe somebody they trust would hurt them, and then they worry that others won't believe them," Houser said at the start of the retrial.Gloria Allred, an attorney representing 33 women who have accused Cosby of assaulting them, said the outcome has turned a hashtag into reality."We are so happy that finally we can say that women are believed and not only on hashtag MeToo, but in a court of law where they were under oath, where they testified truthfully, where they were attacked, where they were smeared, where they were denigrated, where there were attempts to discredit them," Allred said, standing with five accusers.One of those women, Janice Baker-Kinney, said she and the other accusers are "so grateful" to the jury."We are vindicated, we are validated and we are now part of the tsunami of women's power and justice," Baker-Kinney said. "We are not shutting up and we're not going away. Get over it!"Cosby's attorney, Tom Mesereau, said he is "very disappointed by the verdict.""We don't think Mr. Cosby is guilty of anything," Mesereau said in a short statement.The original trial and the subsequent retrial centered around a 2004 encounter between Cosby and Constand in the comedian's Cheltenham home.In the second trial, five other women testified in addition to Constand. They also alleged during the trial that Cosby molested them as well.One legal scholar predicted prior to the retrial that the second attempt could be tougher for Cosby's defense team."You've seen previews and coming attractions, but things have changed," Loyola Law School Professor Laurie Levenson told the Associated Press prior to the retrial. This time, Constand "is not alone, and there is strength in numbers."Constand, the former director of operations for Temple University women’s basketball, took the stand earlier in the trial. She detailed how she met Cosby, how they became friends and occasional dinner mates and eventually how she was drugged and sexually assaulted at Cosby’s Elkins Park home. She said the incident took place in Jan. 2004.Over the course of roughly 16 months in 2003 and 2004, Constand and Cosby spent several evenings together — a mix of dinner parties with small groups and meet-ups at places like Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.Constand is a native of Canada now living in Toronto. She spent a little more than three years at Temple, where Cosby formerly served as a trustee and patron of the school’s basketball program. She is now a self-employed massage therapist.Cosby settled a civil lawsuit with Constand years ago. Unlike at the first trial, jurors at the retrial were allowed to hear some details about the $3.4 million settlement between the two.For years after the settlement a decade ago, the case was thought to be over. But in 2014, new attention to long-simmering allegations of Cosby’s use of quaaludes during encounters with women dating back to the 1960s re-emerged.In the years since, some 50 women have come forward with accusations of sexual malfeasance by Cosby dating as far back as 40 years. Twenty-seven of those women shared their stories with NBC's Kate Snow on Dateline NBC.A different district attorney for Montgomery County, Risa Ferman, decided in 2015 to charge Cosby. After Ferman left the office to become a judge, her successor, Kevin Steele, pressed on with the case.The Philadelphia native rose to stardom in the 1970s with his stage performances, and he became a household name for his portrayal of Dr. Cliff Huxtable on "The Cosby Show" in the 1980s.Temple University, in a statement released hours after the verdict was handed down, said the trustees will consider the conviction in deciding whether to strip Cosby of his honorary degree.Photo Credit: Matt Slocum/AP This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Renderings of a proposed aerial transit system that would "fly" fans to Dodger Stadium were released Thursday, part of an effort to reduce traffic congestion in neighborhoods near the historic venue. The aerial rapid transit connection would leave from downtown Los Angeles' Union Station and carry fans north to the stadium. Aerial Rapid Transit Technologies LLC submitted its proposal Wednesday to Metro. Free or Cheap Things to Do in Los Angeles "This is a major investment in the future of Los Angeles, with a zero-emission, sustainable technology that is increasingly popular for urban areas throughout the world," said Martha Welborne, Project Director of ARTT. "We look forward to working with Metro to make it a reality."The system would carry about 5,000 riders per hour in each direction. It's expected to ease traffic congestion on freeways and streets near the stadium. Click Here or Email Your Photos to email@example.com The ride will be about five minutes."Dodger fans know better than anyone: making history means swinging for the fences and never stopping until you get home," said Mayor Eric Garcetti. "Our team has been at the center of so many landmark moments for Los Angeles, and this bold idea to ease congestion could transform how Angelenos — and millions of visitors — experience our city on their way to and from the ballpark." Stars Honored on Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018 Project funding would be provided by ARTT. Costs are expected to run around $125 million.The proposal was submitted through the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Unsolicited Proposal process. The policy allows private sector companies to offer "outside-the-box" ideas to improve Metro projects and services. The plans go through a 60-day review after which the agency can choose to advance to a second phase."Dodger Stadium is one of the crown jewels of baseball and draws fans from across our region and the nation," said Metro CEO Phillip A. Washington. "We take seriously any idea that provides a good alternative to driving, and we're eager to consider this proposal from the private sector and advise our Metro Board accordingly."It's not the first time an aerial tram system has been floated. Gondolas were part of an informational study in 1990 by the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission, but the plans was never pursued.Metro currently operates a popular Dodger Stadium Express free bus service from Union Station. A second route was added from the South Bay in 2015.Photo Credit: City of LA This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Rusty is the pet of the week for Thursday April 26, 2018.ID: A1767015He is an 8-year-old neutered orange-and-white domestic long-haired cat who is a very loving guy. He will purr if you pet him and will start bumping your handing to ask for more if you stop. Rusty is a little shy when you first bring him to a new home, but he just needs someone to give him time and love so he can get used to his new surroundings.West Valley Center 20655 Plummer Street Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 756-9325 (center)Photo Credit: KNBC-TV
The Golden State Killer was known by at least four nicknames since his crime spree of rapes and slayings began in 1976. Last year, the FBI announced a $50,000 reward as they renewed their search for the elusive killer. The serial killer case was cold for decades until April 2018, when authorities arrested an ex-police officer, according to law enforcement sources who spoke with NBC News.
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It’s both educational and a way to see Tustin’s enormous blimp structure up close. Learn what to do in in the case of a disaster at a free city-sponsored event this weekend. Orange County Fire Authority will present demonstrations. If you go When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28 Where: Tustin Hangar […]
The census bureau's first-quarter report on home ownership suggests some progress is being made in fighting the housing shortage ...