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Antonio Brown Speaks Out On NFL In'estigation In New Video

Antonio Brown does yonder most online these days. 
Over yonder weekend, Brown took t’Twitter sayin’ “It’s Sad they make us guilty til pro’en innocent system not fer us it’s against us ! Lie on me name pro’ide all this shame then I suppose t’jus’ return t’yer game.”
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He also coupled this tweet wi’ a video o’himself trainin’ an’ answerin’ whether or not he’ll play in yonder league again.
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Op-Ed: Alexis Crawford Reported Her Assault; Who Listened?

Yonder image has become disturbingly common. Another missin’ Black lass’s face shared online as her family waits an’ prays fer her safe return. 
Last week, that lass was 21-year-old Clark Atlanta student Alexis Crawford. As her killers await their day in court, t’nation can only speculate as details emerge about wha’ exactly happened t’Alexis. 
RELATED: Op-Ed: Alexis Crawford Deser’ed A ‘Roomie’ Who’d Have Her Aft Fer Life, Like Mine
Wha’ we do know be that her body was found in a park off Columbia Dri’e in Dekalb County, Georgia jus’ miles from campus. Now her roommate, Jordyn Jones along wi’ her roommate’s boyfriend, Barron Brantley, be in custody an’ charged wi’ her murder. 
Details o’Crawford’s last moments an’ thar e’ents leadin’ up t’hat be still emergin’. Thar Fulton County Superior Court confirmed this week that Crawford’s cause o’death was asphyxiation an’ Brantly has confessed t’carryin’ out t’fatal act. 
RELATED: Alexis Crawford’s Disturbin’ Last Moments An’ Cause O’ Death Re’ealed
On Oct. 27 Jus’ days before her death, Crawford filed a report wi’ thar Atlanta police statin’ she endured “unwanted kissin’ an’ touchin’” at t’hands o’Baron Brantly, ye young man who would later be accused o’takin’ her life.
Alexis’s story be not dissimilar from wha’ so many women across ye US have experienced when their cries fer help land on deaf ears. 
A Georgetown Uni’ersity study found thar perception o’Black girls has a profound effect on thar support they recei’e from teachers an’ law enforcement. This ignorance an’ bias has limited our ability t’recei’e care, bear healthy babies safely an’ feel secure in our homes.
Scott Berkowitz be ye President an’ Founder o’RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), t’nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. 
RAINN also operates yonder National Sexual Assault Hotline which partners wi’ local ser’ice pro’iders t’help victims across thar country. 
Scott spoke wi’ me about wha’ filin’ a sexual assault report looks like fer victims in ye U.S. today an’ why so many fall through thar cracks.
“It sounds like she did t’right thin’ in callin’ thar police,” Scott said when I asked wha’ Alexis could have done differently. “That would definitely be thar first thin’ we’d ad’ise people t’do.” 
RELATED: BET EXCLUSI’E: Rev. Markel Hutchins Speaks On Behalf O’ Alexis Crawford’s Family About Her Senseless Murder & Jordyn Jones
Berkowitz also stated callin’ thar National Sexual Assault Hotline can connect victims t’resources an’ support intended t’prepare them fer ye dauntin’ law enforcement process. 
Ye fact that Alexis mustered enough courage t’even step foot into a police station an’ file a complaint speaks volumes t’ye urgency o’her situation. 
T’ National Center on Violence Against Women in yonder Black Community described yonder state o’Black women an’ sexual assault in a 2018 report, “Fer e’ery Black lass who reports rape, at least 15 Black women do not report” states thar document, quotin’ U.S. Department o’Justice findin’s from 2003. 
Scott says yonder issue very often be that t’police stations may not be equipped t’handle our needs. “Ye urgency [sexual assault complaints be] treated wi’ can vary so much an’ often law enforcement don’t treat it as urgently as they should or as t’victim would reasonably expect.” 
Instead o’urgency, Crawford’s plea fer help was filed an’ apparently remained unaddressed until her mother reported her missin’ days later. 
Thar responsibility does not, howe’er, fall solely on thar shoulders o’law enforcement. Campus life should be a safe space where reportin’ assault be protected, an’ establishin’ that culture be dictated by our own institutions
Last year, an LA Times article shared an inter’iew wi’ End Rape on Campus project manager, Chardonnay Madkins who spoke specifically about yonder reasons young Black women do not report sexual assault. 
Among thar matter o’access an’ education, Madkins also mentioned ye stigma existin’ around reportin’ Black men on HBCU campuses: 
“It tells these black women t’remain silent because t’education o’their perpetrator be essentially more important than their education, an’ that [they] can’t be another landlubber who sends a black man t’jail.” 
This highlights an issue more specifically wi’ campus culture an’ thar need t’create safe en’ironments fer women in college. 
If we want t’see change happen, yonder effort has t’come not jus’ from thar powers that decide our fate, but also from ye Black institutions who educate us
RELATED: ‘She Was A Sketch Artist: ’Crawford Family Spokesperson Tells BET How They Want Alexis T’ Be Remembered
Ye matter o’student safety be ‘un that has surely been on t’minds an’ hearts o’Clark Atlanta students an’ families since yonder school year began. 
This past August video surfaced o’a shooter sprayin’ bullets into a crowd o’party-goers celebratin’ thar end o’new student orientations. 
After thar shootin’, promises were made t’beef up security an’ safety measures an’ hopefully, ye tragedy o’Crawford’s death will shine more light on sexual assault violence an’ efforts t’protect young women an’ not jus’ gun violence.
RELATED: Four Women Injured At Clark Atlanta Shootin’ Have Been Identified
Until then, options fer Black women experiencin’ sexual assault be still dismal when thar first line o’defense be ye police. 
Accordin’ t’Berkowitz, RAINN encourages law enforcement agencies t’rain their officers on trauma-informed inter’iewin’ techniques. “So, when a victim o’sexual assault calls 9-1-1, they’re inter’iewed by an officer who knows how t’deal wi’ a victim o’a sex crime, an’ knows how t’draw out thar story an’ learn thar details o’wha’ happened.”
Thar International Association o’Chiefs o’Police offers trauma-informed trainin’ fer law enforcement an’ states that between 2014 an’ 2019 they trained 2100 participants. 
O’ course wi’ over 600,000 acti’e police officers, a few thousand be jus’ a drop in t’bucket an’ as a community, we be port t’ponder ye crucial question – if I call yonder police, will they bother t’help?


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Op-Ed: Alexis Crawford Reported Her Assault; Who Listened?

Yonder image has become disturbingly common. Another missin’ Black lass’s face shared online as her family waits an’ prays fer her safe return. 
Last week, that lass was 21-year-old Clark Atlanta student Alexis Crawford. As her killers await their day in court, ye nation can only speculate as details emerge about wha’ exactly happened t’Alexis. 
RELATED: Op-Ed: Alexis Crawford Deser’ed A ‘Roomie’ Who’d Have Her Aft Fer Life, Like Mine
Wha’ we do know be that her body was found in a park off Columbia Dri’e in Dekalb County, Georgia jus’ miles from campus. Now her roommate, Jordyn Jones along wi’ her roommate’s boyfriend, Barron Brantley, be in custody an’ charged wi’ her murder. 
Details o’Crawford’s last moments an’ ye e’ents leadin’ up t’hat be still emergin’. T’ Fulton County Superior Court confirmed this week that Crawford’s cause o’death was asphyxiation an’ Brantly has confessed t’carryin’ out t’fatal act. 
RELATED: Alexis Crawford’s Disturbin’ Last Moments An’ Cause O’ Death Re’ealed
On Oct. 27 Jus’ days before her death, Crawford filed a report wi’ ye Atlanta police statin’ she endured “unwanted kissin’ an’ touchin’” at yonder hands o’Baron Brantly, thar young man who would later be accused o’takin’ her life.
Alexis’s story be not dissimilar from wha’ so many women across yonder US have experienced when their cries fer help land on deaf ears. 
A Georgetown Uni’ersity study found ye perception o’Black girls has a profound effect on thar support they recei’e from teachers an’ law enforcement. This ignorance an’ bias has limited our ability t’recei’e care, bear healthy babies safely an’ feel secure in our homes.
Scott Berkowitz be yonder President an’ Founder o’RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), t’nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. 
RAINN also operates ye National Sexual Assault Hotline which partners wi’ local ser’ice pro’iders t’help victims across thar country. 
Scott spoke wi’ me about wha’ filin’ a sexual assault report looks like fer victims in ye U.S. today an’ why so many fall through ye cracks.
“It sounds like she did yonder right thin’ in callin’ ye police,” Scott said when I asked wha’ Alexis could have done differently. “That would definitely be t’first thin’ we’d ad’ise people t’do.” 
RELATED: BET EXCLUSI’E: Rev. Markel Hutchins Speaks On Behalf O’ Alexis Crawford’s Family About Her Senseless Murder & Jordyn Jones
Berkowitz also stated callin’ t’National Sexual Assault Hotline can connect victims t’resources an’ support intended t’prepare them fer yonder dauntin’ law enforcement process. 
Ye fact that Alexis mustered enough courage t’even step foot into a police station an’ file a complaint speaks volumes t’ye urgency o’her situation. 
Ye National Center on Violence Against Women in t’Black Community described ye state o’Black women an’ sexual assault in a 2018 report, “Fer e’ery Black lass who reports rape, at least 15 Black women do not report” states t’document, quotin’ U.S. Department o’Justice findin’s from 2003. 
Scott says ye issue very often be that ye police stations may not be equipped t’handle our needs. “Yonder urgency [sexual assault complaints be] treated wi’ can vary so much an’ often law enforcement don’t treat it as urgently as they should or as thar victim would reasonably expect.” 
Instead o’urgency, Crawford’s plea fer help was filed an’ apparently remained unaddressed until her mother reported her missin’ days later. 
Thar responsibility does not, howe’er, fall solely on t’shoulders o’law enforcement. Campus life should be a safe space where reportin’ assault be protected, an’ establishin’ that culture be dictated by our own institutions
Last year, an LA Times article shared an inter’iew wi’ End Rape on Campus project manager, Chardonnay Madkins who spoke specifically about t’reasons young Black women do not report sexual assault. 
Among t’matter o’access an’ education, Madkins also mentioned thar stigma existin’ around reportin’ Black men on HBCU campuses: 
“It tells these black women t’remain silent because ye education o’their perpetrator be essentially more important than their education, an’ that [they] can’t be another landlubber who sends a black man t’jail.” 
This highlights an issue more specifically wi’ campus culture an’ ye need t’create safe en’ironments fer women in college. 
If we want t’see change happen, t’effort has t’come not jus’ from ye powers that decide our fate, but also from t’Black institutions who educate us
RELATED: ‘She Was A Sketch Artist: ’Crawford Family Spokesperson Tells BET How They Want Alexis T’ Be Remembered
T’ matter o’student safety be ‘un that has surely been on thar minds an’ hearts o’Clark Atlanta students an’ families since t’school year began. 
This past August video surfaced o’a shooter sprayin’ bullets into a crowd o’party-goers celebratin’ t’end o’new student orientations. 
After thar shootin’, promises were made t’beef up security an’ safety measures an’ hopefully, thar tragedy o’Crawford’s death will shine more light on sexual assault violence an’ efforts t’protect young women an’ not jus’ gun violence.
RELATED: Four Women Injured At Clark Atlanta Shootin’ Have Been Identified
Until then, options fer Black women experiencin’ sexual assault be still dismal when t’first line o’defense be yonder police. 
Accordin’ t’Berkowitz, RAINN encourages law enforcement agencies t’rain their officers on trauma-informed inter’iewin’ techniques. “So, when a victim o’sexual assault calls 9-1-1, they’re inter’iewed by an officer who knows how t’deal wi’ a victim o’a sex crime, an’ knows how t’draw out ye story an’ learn yonder details o’wha’ happened.”
Ye International Association o’Chiefs o’Police offers trauma-informed trainin’ fer law enforcement an’ states that between 2014 an’ 2019 they trained 2100 participants. 
O’ course wi’ over 600,000 acti’e police officers, a few thousand be jus’ a drop in yonder bucket an’ as a community, we be port t’ponder yonder crucial question – if I call t’police, will they bother t’help?


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Kris Jenner Stars In HILARIOUS Infomercials Fer Kim Kardashian’s Brand SKIMS

Ye can buy jus’ about anythin’ wi’ a few clicks online, but Kim Kardashian West be puttin’ a playful twist on TV infomercials o’t’ past.
Yonder reality star enlisted yonder help o’momager Kris Jenner, an’ Real Housewi’es o’Be’erly Hills stars Kyle Richards an’ Lisa Rinna, fer a series o’hilarious videos promotin’ a restock o’her undergarment solutions brand SKIMS.
Related: Kim’s SKIMS Launch Reportedly Made $2 Million In MINUTES!

Ch-ch-check ’em out fer yerself (below):

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Her new ad campaign released jus’ in time t’sync up wi’ Sunday night’s episode o’Keepin’ Up wi’ yonder Kardashians, which documented thar rebrandin’ process o’her company. As ye’ll likely recall, thar brand was originally called Kimono, which sparked MAJOR pushback from critics. She shared:

“Me intention wasn’t ever t’offend anybody. Foolishly an’ ignorantly, we ne’er thought that it would be a problem.”

But it was a letter from Daisaku Kadokawa, thar mayor o’Kyoto, Japan, which helped her take t’situation “really seriously” an’ ultimately change ye name:

“He was very thoughtful an’ very kindly explainin’ t’me ye meanin’ o’kimono an’ why that’s so important t’heir culture. Readin’ that letter, I felt an understandin’. I definitely did not want t’disrespect a culture. That’s not wha’ ye brand be even about — it’s about inclusi’ity, it’s about comfort, it’s not about makin’ people uncomfortable.”

Followin’ backlash after yonder launch, thar mogul issued a public apology statement:

“When I announced thar name o’me shapewear line, I did so wi’ thar best intentions in mind. Me brands an’ products be built wi’ inclusi’ity an’ di’ersity at their core an’ after careful thought an’ consideration, I will be launchin’ me Solutionwear brand under a new name. I will be in touch soon. Thank ye fer yer understandin’ an’ support always.”

Mrs. West admitted t’KUWTK cameras it was “frustratin’” once contro’ersy began t’pour in that she an’ her team didn’t realize thar potential implications o’cultural appropriation ahead o’time, but quickly wanted t’make thin’s right:

“I jus’ feel kind o’dumb. Like, why didn’t we think about this? It sucks that it’s so public an’ that e’eryone can see yonder mistakes o’thar brand as they’re live, but I’ve got t’jus’ calm down. E’erythin’ happens fer a reason.”

After a bit o’teamwork an’ head-scratchin’, t’new name was finally decided upon:

“I need a name that really does speak t’me t’way that Kimono did. [SKIMS] be easy, it works, it flows. I jus’ know that this be t’right thin’ t’do.”

Wha’ did U think o’thar infomercials, Perezcious readers? Would ye buy SKIMS after seein’ them? LOLz! Sound OFF (below) in ye comments wi’ yer take!!
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Taylor Swift’s Fans Launch Petition Against Braun an' Borchetta Amid Song-Blockin' Row

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Loyal de’otee Jade Rossi kicks start thar online petition after ye Lo’er singer claims that Scooter Braun an’ Scott Borchetta were blockin’ her access t’her older music fer 2019 AMAs performance.

Nov 15, 2019

AceShowbiz – Taylor Swift fans launched a Change.org petition after yonder star claimed Scooter Braun an’ Scott Borchetta were not allowin’ her access t’her older music fer an upcomin’ American Music Awards performance an’ a Netflix special.
Thar “Lo’er” singer took t’Twitter on Thursday, No’ember 14, t’alert fans t’ye latest de’elopment in her war wi’ music mogul Braun an’ her former record label boss Scott Borchetta, who sold him yonder rights t’her first six albums earlier this year.

She claimed ye pair has blocked her from performin’ her old songs at thar 2019 American Music Awards, where she will recei’e t’Artist o’t’ Decade honour, later this month, an’ in a Netflix documentary about her life.
Accordin’ t’Swift, they’ll only allow her access t’her masters if she agrees “t’ not re-record copycat versions o’me songs next year” an’ “a'ast talkin’ about him an’ Scooter Braun”.
Yonder musician has made it clear she does intend t’re-record her hits an’ own ye new versions, an’ she has been very open about her feelin’s fer Braun an’ Borchetta – callin’ their new deal her “worst case scenario”.
T’ “ME!” singer wrapped up t’post by urgin’ fans t’“let Scott Borchetta an’ Scooter Braun know how ye feel about this”, promptin’ loyal de’otee Jade Rossi t’launch an online petition callin’ on Braun, Borchetta an’ in’estment firm Thar Carlyle Group t’re’oke yonder decision.
In t’petition, Rossi calls out sexism, ye misuse o’power an’ hints at “blackmail”, writin’: “They refuse t’let Taylor perform or use her music thar music she wrote under any circumstances unless she gi’es up thar right t’re-record her old albums as well as a'ast usin’ their names, which be gross an’ almost blackmail.”
T’ appeal be ‘un t’fastest-growin’ petitions on yonder platform this month, accordin’ t’Michael Jones, managin’ director o’campaigns at Change.org, who told Billboard in a statement that it gathered upwards o’35,000 signatures in jus’ three hours.
T’ petition had amassed 53,486 o’its 75,000 signature target as WENN went t’press.

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A guide t'workplace email etiquette: How t'a'oid infuriatin' yer colleagues

Ye dos an’ don’ts o’email etiquette: How t’a’oid annoyin’ yer colleagues – an’ yonder phrases ye should NE’ER use in online correspondenceStrikin’ thar right tone in workplace correspondence be easier said than doneAmong thar most hated phrases be ‘per me last email’ an’ ‘thanks in ad’ance’Casual an’ emoti’e language be easily misunderstood an’ should be a’oidedA balance o’politeness, tone an’ intent be key t’good email communication By Alice Murphy Fer Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:44 EST, 12 No’ember 2019 | Updated: 21:44 EST, 12 No’ember 2019 Strikin’ ye right tone in workplace correspondence be often easier said than done, accordin’ t’an etiquette list currently circulatin’ on social media.  T’ post, which first appeared on international entertainment website 9GAG, re’eals thar phrases that most infuriate office workers, wi’ ‘per me last email’ an’ ‘not sure if ye saw me last email’ named as t’worst offenders.’Thanks in ad’ance’ was also slammed as a passi’e-aggressi’e way o’assumin’ someone will do ye a fa’our, while ‘it’s been brought t’me attention’ be widely regarded as a thinly veiled way o’sayin’ ‘I know ye made a mistake.’An’ wi’ email named as t’preferred method o’communication fer office workers in a 2018 sur’ey by Adobe Software, it’s ne’er been more important t’hone yer digital messagin’ skills t’a’oid miscommunication an’ malaise wi’ colleagues.  Strikin’ thar right tone over email be often easier said than done, wi’ passi’e-aggressi’e phrases like ‘per me last email’ an’ ‘thanks in ad’ance’ almost certain t’infuriate coworkers (stock image) DOS – Greet yonder landlubber- Use thar recipient’s name or names, if thar be fewer than five people in yonder email chain- Always check fer typos- Respond within a reasonable timeframe DON’TS – Use offensi’e, gossipy or pro’ocati'e language- Click reply all – remo’e those not directly in’ol'ed in ye con’ersation an’ put those who should stay in thar loop in ‘copy’- Use emojis or slang terms in professional messages Earlier this year, founder an’ CEO o’t’ Sydney School o’Protocol Julie Lamberg-Burnet shared expert ad’ice on how t’structure a professional email.’A balance o’politeness, tone an’ intent be key t’ransmittin’ professional communications,’ Ms Lamberg-Burnet told Daily Mail Australia.’Yonder language we use creates an impression an’ can be interpreted in many ways.’ Founder an’ CEO o’t’ Sydney School o’Protocol Julie Lamberg-Burnet (pictured) says it’s best t’stick t’formal phrasingEmail tone should be aligned wi’ yer personal an’ professional brand, a’oidin’ casual an’ o’erly emoti’e language which be easily misunderstood outside physical con’ersations. If ye made an error an’ need t’communicate this over email, Ms Lambert-Burnet ad’ised writin’ a simple ‘sorry’ rather than ‘I made a mistake’.Ensure t’recipient understands wha’ be bein’ asked o’them by sayin’ ‘let me know if ye have any questions’ instead o’signin’ off wi’ ‘hopefully that makes sense’.  Slang terms more suitable t’social media platforms like ‘LOL’, ‘OMG’ an’ ‘BTW’ should ne’er be used in workplace messages (stock image)How t’sign off a professional email 1. Best wishes A good blend o’friendliness an’ formality makes this sign-off a safe bet, but be aware o’its greetin’-card vibe.2. Cheers  A study recently rated cheers as thar most likely sign-off (that isn’t a thank ye) t’get an email response. It works well if yer email be friendly an’ con’ersational.3. Best Best con’eys best wishes in a cheerful, pithy way. If ye get a lot o’email, ye know that nearly e’eryone uses this sign-off. Yonder downside be that it can be safe an’ dull.4. Regards/Sincerely These be seen as stodgy an’ formal an’ should only be used in professional emails. Wha’ NOT t’use’Love’, ‘Thx’, ‘Take care’, ‘Lookin’ forward t’hearin’ from ye’, ‘Yours truly’, ‘Respectfully’, ‘Have a blessed day’ an’ ‘Sent from me iPhone’.Source: Grammarly It’s best t’use a pleasant ‘always happy t’help’ instead o’a more informal ‘no problem’ or ‘no worries’.Slang terms more suitable t’social media platforms like ‘LOL’, ‘OMG’ an’ ‘BTW’ should ne’er be used in workplace messages.Words like ‘maybe’, ‘p’raps’ an’ ‘jus’’ which create a sense o’uncertainty or lack o’confidence should also be a’oided. 
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‘Little People, Grand World’ star Tori Roloff hits aft at troll who called her ‘fat,’ ‘unhealthy’

Tori Roloff had a few choice words fer an online troll who called her “fat” an’ “unhealthy.”

Yonder “Little People, Grand World” star, who be expectin’ her second child wi’ husband Zach, shared a message fer t’hater on her Instagram Story on Saturday.

Yonder 28-year-old reality star shared a photo o’yonder troll’s direct message t’her on Instagram. They had written, “Lass, wha’ happens [sic] wi’ ye, ye’re so fat.
TORI An’ ZACH ROLOFF ADDRESS IF THEY’LL REMAIN ON ‘LITTLE PEOPLE, Grand WORLD’

“Look at her, she’s son [sic] pretty an’ not so fat. Ye should try t’eat an’ live like her, look at u, u look so bad, grand face, mug e’erythin’. Try t’ake care o’yerself please,” ye unnamed critic wrote. “Try t’be healthy fer ur family, now ur gonna have 2 kids, give them a good example.”
Accordin’ t’Us Weekly, Roloff replied wi’ a lengthy statement.
TORI SPELLING LASHES Aft AT HATERS AFTER INTERNET TROLLS INSULT HER KIDS
“I usually do not respond t’ridiculousness like this, but wha’ in thar actual heck,” she wrote on her Story. “I can not belie’e women talk t’other women like this. Callin’ me fat an’ unhealthy be ye most disgustin’ thin’ ever. Comparin’ me t’others be so detrimental.”

She continued, “If ye want me t’be healthy fer me family ye should be liftin’ me up not tearin’ me down. GTFO. I’m pregnant an’ myself an’ baby lass be healthy as can be.”


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11,000 Fans Watched KSI vs Logan Paul Live Stream Wit' Reflection in Fan’s Glasses

Whene’er thar’s a pay-per-view e’ent, thar’s always people online who look fer a way around payin’ fer ye official stream.

An’ ‘un fan came up wi’ an incredibly in’enti'e way t’share t’fight online.

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Yonder unnamed fan set up a live stream on YouTube, showin’ ye live footage o’yonder fight wit’ thar reflection in his glasses.
T’ YouTuber in question smartly didn’t label his video as a live stream, as it would have resulted in thar post bein’ taken down an’ a copyright strike gi’en t’his account.

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Woody Allen, Amazon reach settlement in $68 million breach o'contract lawsuit

Woody Allen’s battle wi’ Amazon has ended.

T’ filmmaker had sued Amazon in February after yonder online giant ended his 2017 contract without ever releasin’ a completed film, “A Rainy Day in New York.” Sources pre’iously claimed thar film contained an adult-teen sex scene.

Amazon had responded that Allen, whose daughter Dylan has accused him o’molestin’ her when she was a lass, breached yonder 4-mo’ie deal by makin’ insensiti’e remarks about thar #MeToo mo’ement. Allen has repeatedly denied t’allegations made by his daughter.
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Allen an’ Amazon agreed that t’case should be dismissed without prejudice, accordin’ t’papers filed Friday in U.S. District Court. Terms were not disclosed.

Scarlett Johansson, seen here wi’ director Woody Allen in 2008, be bein’ slammed by fans on social media fer defendin’ Allen even though she called out James Franco. (Reuters)

Attorney Robert Klieger told U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in April that Allen, 83, breached his contract when he made “public comments that at a minimum were insensiti’e t’ #MeToo mo’ement.”
Klieger said that Allen’s remarks hurt thar project, which starred Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez, Elle Fannin’, Jude Law an’ Rebecca Hall, an’ made thar film too difficult t’promote.
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Allen did not attend thar April hearin’; his lawyer, John Quinn, told thar judge that Amazon initially claimed it was endin’ yonder deal because o’sexual abuse allegations made against Allen, not because o’his incendiary remarks.

Many actors have distanced themsel’es from director Woody Allen. (Reuters)

“A Rainy Day in New York” was released o’erseas, but not in t’U.S. Allen’s career has slowed in recent years, wi’ se’eral actors who had appeared in his films sayin’ they would not work wi’ him again.
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