Sex life – I Videos Gratis http://ivideosgratis.org/ Sat, 13 Aug 2022 00:06:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ivideosgratis.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-3-150x150.png Sex life – I Videos Gratis http://ivideosgratis.org/ 32 32 Rohnert Park man sentenced to life in prison for decade-long child abuse https://ivideosgratis.org/rohnert-park-man-sentenced-to-life-in-prison-for-decade-long-child-abuse/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 23:25:28 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/rohnert-park-man-sentenced-to-life-in-prison-for-decade-long-child-abuse/ A Rohnert Park man accused of molesting multiple children over more than a decade was sentenced to life in prison Thursday by Sonoma County Superior Court. Judge Christopher Honisberg sentenced Dana McGowan, 70, to 45 years to life in prison after pleading no contest in June to three counts of sexual acts with a child […]]]>

A Rohnert Park man accused of molesting multiple children over more than a decade was sentenced to life in prison Thursday by Sonoma County Superior Court.

Judge Christopher Honisberg sentenced Dana McGowan, 70, to 45 years to life in prison after pleading no contest in June to three counts of sexual acts with a child 10 or younger and eight counts of lewd acts with a child under 14. The charges stemmed from reported abuse of four girls dating from 2009 to 2020.

McGowan was arrested by Rohnert Park officers in November 2020 after one of the victims, then 17, reported to the department that she had been abused by McGowan, according to the district attorney’s office.

The teenager said the abuse started when she was six and lasted until she was 12.

Detectives investigating the case discovered that the young woman was not McGowan’s only victim and that over more than a decade he had abused four girls who had reported to police that they had endured years of continuous sexual abuse at the hands of McGowan.

One said he was abused as recently as April that year.

The district attorney’s office said McGowan met the girls through family friendships, some of which began with work as a heavy equipment operator.

McGowan was jailed on 40 separate counts, including lewd acts with a child under 10, continued sexual abuse of a child under 14 and sending obscene material to a minor.

He remained in custody as his case progressed after his bail was set at $16 million.

District Attorney Jill Ravitch praised the victims for their “strength” in working with police and her office to prosecute McGowan.

The district attorney’s office said the young women gave “hard-hitting statements detailing the abuse they suffered and the lasting traumatic effect his actions had on their lives.”

One victim told the judge that the abuse scared her in the dark and she didn’t want to sleep in her own bed. She said she was relieved that McGowan would spend the rest of her life behind bars, and she and the other victims said the sentencing would allow them to move on.

“This sentence would not have been possible without the strength of the young victims in this case,” Ravitch said in the prosecutor’s announcement. “Their willingness and ability to confront this man in court not only made him take responsibility for what he did to them, but ensured that he could not harm others in the future. “

A message left for Evan Zelig, the attorney listed as representing McGowan in Sonoma County’s online court records, was not immediately returned.

Editor Nashelly Chavez contributed to this report.

You can reach editor Paulina Pineda at 707-521-5268 or paulina.pineda@pressdemocrat.com. On Twitter @paulinapineda22.


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Texas AG Paxton’s Criminal Prosecution Trial Team gets life sentence for sex offender who shot deputy in face https://ivideosgratis.org/texas-ag-paxtons-criminal-prosecution-trial-team-gets-life-sentence-for-sex-offender-who-shot-deputy-in-face/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 21:56:35 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/texas-ag-paxtons-criminal-prosecution-trial-team-gets-life-sentence-for-sex-offender-who-shot-deputy-in-face/ Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s trial team secured a guilty verdict this week against a man who aggravated assault on a public official. Shazizz Mateen shot a sheriff’s deputy in the face, blinding him for life. Mateen was sentenced to life in prison and fined $10,000 by an Austin County jury. It was on November […]]]>

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s trial team secured a guilty verdict this week against a man who aggravated assault on a public official. Shazizz Mateen shot a sheriff’s deputy in the face, blinding him for life. Mateen was sentenced to life in prison and fined $10,000 by an Austin County jury.

It was on November 1, 2018 that Mateen shot and blinded CJ Lehmann, a Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputy. Mateen had an outstanding warrant for failing to comply with his sex offender registration requirements. When officers attempted to execute the arrest warrant at Dollar General in La Grange, Texas, Mateen threatened them with a knife and fled the store. Officers followed Mateen to a nearby motel, where Mateen had barricaded himself in his room, and called for help.

When the call came on the radio, Deputy Lehmann was visiting family at a local Halloween treat event in downtown La Grange. The deputy left his family and, upon arriving at the scene, volunteered to open the door to Mateen’s room. When he did, Mateen discharged a shotgun, hitting Deputy Lehmann in the face and permanently blinding him.

The case was moved from Fayette County to Austin County due to widespread local media attention. Due to his bravery, Deputy Lehmann was honored in 2019 with the Star of Texas Award, given to first responders killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.

Assistant Attorney General Andrew Rountree and Assistant Attorney General Joshua Somers prosecuted the case. They are grateful for Deputy Lehmann’s service and sacrifice as a peace officer and are grateful that justice has been served. Deputy Lehmann is an inspiration to all Texas state law enforcement.


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UPDATE: Mumphod sentenced to 52 years in prison for child sex abuse | Crime and courts https://ivideosgratis.org/update-mumphod-sentenced-to-52-years-in-prison-for-child-sex-abuse-crime-and-courts/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 19:45:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/update-mumphod-sentenced-to-52-years-in-prison-for-child-sex-abuse-crime-and-courts/ Jurors sentenced a former Victoria educator and coach to 52 years in prison on Wednesday night. Jurors returned the sentence of Alvin Mumphord III, 45, after convicting him of 17 counts of child sexual abuse earlier in the day. Mumphord will not be eligible for parole. Wednesday afternoon: Alvin Mumphord III, 45, was acquitted by […]]]>

Jurors sentenced a former Victoria educator and coach to 52 years in prison on Wednesday night.

Jurors returned the sentence of Alvin Mumphord III, 45, after convicting him of 17 counts of child sexual abuse earlier in the day.

Mumphord will not be eligible for parole.

Wednesday afternoon:

Alvin Mumphord III, 45, was acquitted by jurors of two charges of online solicitation. He was initially charged with 22 counts of various crimes of second-degree child sexual abuse. Prosecutors dropped three of those charges before deliberations began on Wednesday.

Second degree felonies are punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison.

Jurors began deliberating around 9:55 a.m. and returned with a verdict at 1:10 p.m.

Mumphord, a former coach and coach at St. Joseph’s Secondary School in Victoria, has been accused of sexually abusing St. Joseph’s student-athletes over several years.

Mumphord’s trial suspended to allow jurors to rest ahead of Wednesday’s deliberations

This is a developing story. Check back later for more details

Child sex abuse trial ends for former Victoria teacher and coach

Earlier Wednesday:

The state wrapped up its closing arguments in the trial of a former St. Joseph High School coach and coach on Wednesday morning.

The jury began deliberating at 10 a.m.

Mumphord’s trial suspended during closing arguments to let the jury rest

Alvin Mumphord III is charged with 19 counts of miscellaneous sexual abuse of student athletes, which occurred from 2012 until his arrest in April 2021.

In the defense’s closing argument on Tuesday, Mumphord’s attorney said it was strange that in the coach’s 23-year tenure only eight boys have come forward.

District Attorney Constance Filley Johnson said Wednesday morning the number of boys who came forward was 11.

“If there was only one boy, it would be one too many,” she said.


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Canyon Lake man gets life sentence for child molestation | Community Alert https://ivideosgratis.org/canyon-lake-man-gets-life-sentence-for-child-molestation-community-alert/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 21:04:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/canyon-lake-man-gets-life-sentence-for-child-molestation-community-alert/ Despite a labor shortage, District Attorney Jennifer Tharp and the Comal County court system continued to solve hundreds of criminal cases that began before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the 10-year sentence recently handed down to a former Comal ISD administrator after he was convicted of theft by an official, a Comal […]]]>

Despite a labor shortage, District Attorney Jennifer Tharp and the Comal County court system continued to solve hundreds of criminal cases that began before and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to the 10-year sentence recently handed down to a former Comal ISD administrator after he was convicted of theft by an official, a Comal County jury sentenced Troy Allen Dennis, 57, of Canyon Lake to life in prison after convicting him of a single charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 6 in the 466th District Court of Judge Stephanie Bascon.

The charge was one of six contained in two indictments against Dennis that were returned by a Comal County grand jury on Jan. 3, 2018. One indictment charged him with three counts of assault serious sexual assault on a child under the age of 6 between 2014 and 2016.

The other charged Dennis with two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14 and one count of indecency-sexual contact involving a child under 17, all three stemming from incidents that occurred would be produced between 1998 and 2000.

Tharp said both victims, family members who were babysat by Dennis and his wife, testified during the two-day trial. The girl was 5 years old when she was abused by Dennis “on or about February 9, 2016”, according to the indictment.

Tharp said she did not immediately tell her parents about the abuse, but later reported it to another family member, who then notified authorities. The other woman, now an adult, said Dennis sexually assaulted her when she was between 5 and 12 years old, Tharp said.

“She said Dennis always told her that if she ever told anyone she would be in a lot of trouble,” Tharp said. “She said she had to speak up when she found out Dennis was abusing another child.”

Tharp said the jury believed Dennis was an opportunist who “took the opportunity to sexually abuse both girls to satisfy his own sick desires,” Assistant District Attorney Daniel Floyd said in closing argument. They only deliberated for 15 minutes before handing down the life sentence.

Dennis, who had been out on $230,000 bail since March 2018, was immediately handcuffed and taken to the Comal County Jail.

Tharp thanked Floyd and ADA Lauren Cole for pursuing the case on behalf of the state, as well as the Comal County Sheriff’s Office detachment. Dany Dufur; Susan White and Stacy Dufur with Children’s Advocacy Center; and Janie Mott, Donna Dishman and Dana Leopold for comforting victims and their families during the court process.

“Furthermore, thank you to the second victim who bravely came forward to report the abuse and bravely testified at trial, helping to ensure that Dennis never has the opportunity to abuse another child again.” , Tharp said.

Other cases

In June and July, Tharp said his office saw 597 cases settled in district and county courts. Included were 181 felony cases that were settled by pleas and jury verdicts that led to jail sentences handed down in district courts.

Tharp thanked his group of interns who helped with cases over the summer: Justin Whitley, Connor Mack, Cody Kent, Ali De Leon, Maggie Ford and Sydney Grimes. She also thanked juries, judges and staffers Cole, Floyd, Sammy McCrary, Jessica Frazier and Jacqueline Doyer for their work in cases that included:

• Michael Rodriguez, 39, of Spring Branch, previously convicted of aggravated robbery by a Comal County jury, elected to ask the court to assess his sentence. On June 1, Judge Bascon sentenced Rodriguez to 35 years in prison. “During the trial, the jury received evidence that Rodriguez stabbed the elderly victim four times with a sword,” Tharp said.

• Laura Turner, 35, of Live Oak, pleaded guilty to injuring a child and was sentenced to seven years in prison by Judge Bascon. “Turner supplied a child under the age of 14 with alcohol and drugs to the point that the child was seriously ill,” Tharp said, adding that instead of taking the child to hospital or to contact his family, he was left outside in the cold. “The child had to be rushed to hospital, fell into a coma and is still traumatised,” she added.

• Patrick Tarkington, 48, of New Braunfels, who pleaded guilty to continuing breach of a protective order and was sentenced by visiting judge Dan Mills to eight years in prison. Tarkington’s offense level was raised to a second-degree felony due to a previous conviction for home burglary in Guadalupe County.

• Bryan Riepl, 35, of Katy, was convicted of drunk driving with two or more prior convictions for the same type of offence. His sentence was increased due to a prior stint in jail for a Harris County child sexual assault and more than 100 locking device violations mandated by previous convictions, Bascon sentenced Riepl to 20 years in prison. .

• Mark Rodriguez, 49, of New Braunfels, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 4 and 200 grams (methamphetamine). Rodriguez’s sentence was increased due to previous sexual assault convictions and his inability to register as a sex offender. Judge Bascon sentenced him to 30 years in prison.

• Michael Chaney, 39, of Midland, who pleaded guilty to forgery and possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than one gram, was sentenced to four years in prison by Judge Jack Robison.

• Theresa Lawless, 47, of Canyon Lake, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 4 and 200 grams. Tharp said that due to her long criminal history, the charge was strengthened as a repeat offender and Judge Bruce Boyer sentenced her to 24 years in prison.

• Thomas Pfeiffer, 37, of Spring Branch, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault of a public servant and was sentenced to eight years in prison by Judge Bascon.

• Carlos Parra, 27, of San Antonio, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, between 1 and 4 grams (methamphetamine) and was sentenced to 4 years in prison by Judge Dib Waldrip.

• John Crocker, 35, of New Braunfels, pleaded guilty to possession of a Group 1 controlled substance, less than 1 gram, and escaping arrest or detention with a vehicle. His sentence was also increased due to a criminal history that included arson of a vehicle, and Judge Robison sentenced Crocker to 20 years in prison.


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Florida man found guilty and sentenced to life for killing his girlfriend’s daughter https://ivideosgratis.org/florida-man-found-guilty-and-sentenced-to-life-for-killing-his-girlfriends-daughter/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 20:38:02 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/florida-man-found-guilty-and-sentenced-to-life-for-killing-his-girlfriends-daughter/ A jury took about 30 minutes on Monday to convict Robert Kern Jr. of first degree murder for killing his then-girlfriend’s 16-year-old daughter in 2018 and leaving her body in a wooded area in DeLand. On April 13, 2018, a Friday, Kern was scheduled to drive Justis Marie Garrett to Mount Dora High School after […]]]>

A jury took about 30 minutes on Monday to convict Robert Kern Jr. of first degree murder for killing his then-girlfriend’s 16-year-old daughter in 2018 and leaving her body in a wooded area in DeLand.

On April 13, 2018, a Friday, Kern was scheduled to drive Justis Marie Garrett to Mount Dora High School after missing her school bus. Garrett had lived in New Smyrna Beach until moving to Sorrento several months earlier.

But instead of taking her to school, Kern, 43, killed and raped her, Assistant District Attorney Megan Upchurch, who pursued the case with Assistant District Attorney Jason Lewis, told jurors during their hearings. pleadings on Monday.

Robert Kern’s trial begins:Trial begins for man accused of raping and killing 16-year-old former NSB High School student


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Stroke destroyed my partner’s life – and mine too, I want to leave https://ivideosgratis.org/stroke-destroyed-my-partners-life-and-mine-too-i-want-to-leave/ Sun, 07 Aug 2022 23:17:54 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/stroke-destroyed-my-partners-life-and-mine-too-i-want-to-leave/ DEAR DEIDRE: I don’t want to be with my partner anymore since he suffered a stroke. He was fun, sweet, kind and confident, but everything changed. 1 I feel trapped after his stroke ruined our lives I’m 51 and my partner is 56. He doesn’t understand humor anymore, he doesn’t laugh at my jokes and […]]]>

DEAR DEIDRE: I don’t want to be with my partner anymore since he suffered a stroke.

He was fun, sweet, kind and confident, but everything changed.

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I feel trapped after his stroke ruined our lives

I’m 51 and my partner is 56. He doesn’t understand humor anymore, he doesn’t laugh at my jokes and doesn’t even understand them.

He can’t speak fluently, so we can’t discuss anything, let alone have the lively conversations we enjoy.

We haven’t had sex since his stroke last year.

If we break up he should go to sheltered accommodation and he is extremely unlikely to meet anyone else.

There’s no guarantee that I would either.

His stroke destroyed both of our lives, his more obviously, but mine too.

There is little chance that I will improve my life, but it would be at the expense of his happiness, such as it is.

Contact Deidre

Each issue receives a personal response, usually within 24 hours on weekdays.

I’m so emotionally torn right now and I feel so guilty even for putting those feelings aside.

But I really feel very trapped.

DEIDRE SAYS: You have been through a very trying time and I can understand that you wanted to feel emotionally free.

His stroke is just as upsetting for you as it is for him, which will put a strain on your relationship.

It is natural to be afraid of the consequences of his stroke, but he may recover even more.

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You need your own support before making life-changing decisions.

Get help from the Stroke Association (AVC.org.uk0303 3033 100).


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Anne Heche’s life of tragedy, triumph and trauma before a near-fatal accident https://ivideosgratis.org/anne-heches-life-of-tragedy-triumph-and-trauma-before-a-near-fatal-accident/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 23:24:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/anne-heches-life-of-tragedy-triumph-and-trauma-before-a-near-fatal-accident/ Anne Heche’s bizarre car crash in California isn’t the first time the actress has faced a serious fork in the road – usually dusting herself off and heading into the next phase of her life and career. his turbulent career. This time, the 53-year-old actress is in a hospital bed, being treated for severe burns […]]]>

Anne Heche’s bizarre car crash in California isn’t the first time the actress has faced a serious fork in the road – usually dusting herself off and heading into the next phase of her life and career. his turbulent career.

This time, the 53-year-old actress is in a hospital bed, being treated for severe burns sustained in an accident in Los Angeles, in which her blue Mini Cooper rolled down a narrow street, crashed into a house and ignited.

Minutes earlier, witnesses said, Heche had crashed the small vehicle into a garage door, with what appeared to be a bottle of vodka in its cup holder, before speeding away.

She became trapped inside the burning wreckage, badly injured as first responders struggled to extricate her.

The bizarre behavior and potentially tragic circumstances have evoked memories of the very public depression she suffered decades ago after her scandalous affair with Ellen DeGeneres ended.

The mother-of-two – who claims to have overcome a childhood of sexual abuse at the hands of her father and was blacklisted in Hollywood after her breakup with the talk show host – had been keeping a relatively low profile lately time.

Heche seen getting help from first responders after the crash.
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She was doing a podcast, “Better together,” in recent months with close friend, public relations manager Heather Duffy Boylston. But she sometimes seemed erratic – and trashed DeGeneres with great bitterness.

“I haven’t done a studio shot for 10 years,” she said of the fallout from the case. “I got kicked out of a $10 million photography deal and didn’t see the light of day in a studio shot.”

The breakup dominated the gossip pages in August 2002, when an incoherent, talkative Heche knocked on the door of a stranger’s home in central California and was eventually taken by ambulance to a hospital, hours after his relationship with DeGeneres ended.

“I’m not crazy,” Heche later told ABC News. “But it’s a crazy life. I was raised in a crazy family and it took 31 years for me to be crazy.

According to interviews Heche has given over the years, she was raped and sexually abused from childhood until age 12 by her father, Don Heche, a Baptist pastor and church organist who was a gay man. hidden.

“He raped me, he put his dk in my mouth, he caressed me, he put me on all fours and slept with me”, Heche told ABC News in 2001, although she admitted the abuse was only “in my memory”.

Following her affair with the talk show host, Heche suffered a public breakdown.
Heche recently slammed Ellen DeGeneres on her “Better Together” podcast.
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“I think it’s always difficult for children to talk about abuse because it’s just a memory. I didn’t take a tape recorder… I didn’t chisel anything in stone… Anyone can look and say, ‘Well, how do you know that?’ And that’s one of the most painful things about it. You don’t.

She contracted genital herpes from her father and was afraid after his death from AIDS that she would also be infected, Heche said.

Her mother, Nancy, refused to acknowledge the sexual abuse and the two often separated, according to the actress.

Nancy Heche did not respond to a call from the Post. After the publication of Heche’s memoirs in 2001, “Call Me Crazy”, Nancy Heche wrote that she found “no place among the lies and blasphemies in the pages of this book”.

She suffered severe burns as a result of the accident.
Heche was trapped inside the burning wreckage of her car as first responders struggled to extricate her.
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Anne Heche was listed in stable condition on Saturday with severe burns after miraculously surviving the crash in the Mar Vista section of Los Angeles.

It took firefighters over an hour to extricate her from the wreckage, which also destroyed the house.

Heche was seen rising from the stretcher as she was taken by paramedics to the ambulance, “almost like she was a criminal trying to lock down the scene,” said neighbor David Manpearl, the first person on the scene. places, at the Post Saturday. “But I guess she must have just been in pain.”

An LAPD spokesperson told the Post they had no information on whether Heche had been drinking at the time of the accident. No charges have been filed.

Her most recent boyfriend, actor Thomas Jane, whom she split from around 2020 but remains friendly, released a statement saying Heche would “work it out”. The two met on the set of “Hung”, an HBO comedy-drama which ran from 2009 to 2011.

Jane was one of many high-profile relationships in Heche’s life. She dated much older comedian Steve Martin from 1994 to 1997, just before she met DeGeneres. After breaking up with DeGeneres, she married cameraman Coleman Laffoon, with whom she has a son, Homer, 20, before divorcing. She had a second son, Atlas, from her relationship with actor James Tupper.

Anne was born in Aurora, Ohio, the youngest of a struggling family of five children. Her father died in 1983 of AIDS, after revealing his secret lifestyle to his family shortly before his death, she said.

“He was in complete denial until the day he died,” Heche told CNN’s Larry King in 2001. “We know he got it from his gay relationships. Absolutely. I don’t think this He was a very promiscuous man, and we knew his way of life then.

Anne Heche and Thomas Jane
Heche should “get away with it” after the scary scene.
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Anne’s brother, Nathan, died at age 18, three months after their father, in a car accident.

Nathan’s car “went off the road and hit a tree”, according to a report at the time of Noble County, Indiana.

“He was alone at the time and apparently fell asleep at the wheel,” the report said. Anne, however, said she believed it was suicide.

At first, to deal with her trauma, Heche said she did what she could to escape.

“I drank. I smoked. I did drugs. I slept with people. I did everything I could to take the shame out of my life,” she said. declared.

His career helped. Heche made his debut at a very young age in television soap operas. She played identical twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love in “Another World” from 1987 to 1991 and jumped into movies like “Wag the Dog” and “Donnie Brasco.” One of his biggest movies was 1998’s “Six Days Seven Nights” opposite Harrison Ford.

Heche's car was destroyed after the collision.
Prior to the crash, witnesses said Heche crashed his car into a garage door.
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She met DeGeneres at an Oscar party in 1997.

“I saw the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen in my life standing across the room,” Heche said in 2001. “Her name was Ellen DeGeneres. She was beaming. I think ‘at certain times in people’s lives, you give off an energy and a glow of fabulousness. And that was her. I had never seen someone so enlightened.

The couple came home together and Heche said “it was the best sex I’ve ever had”.

“I felt loved…I felt free to express a part of me that I hadn’t been able to express with a man,” said Heche, who said she had never been with a woman before. “I felt sensual and sexual in a way that I hadn’t before.”

After their split, Heche knocked on the stranger’s door and asked if she could take a shower. As she did not want to leave, the police were called.

“I was told to go to a place where I would encounter a spaceship. I was told that to get on the spaceship I would have to take a puff of ecstasy,” Heche said at the time. “Fresno was the culmination of a journey and a world I thought I had to escape to find love.”


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De Soto man faces life in prison for child sex crimes against girl in his care https://ivideosgratis.org/de-soto-man-faces-life-in-prison-for-child-sex-crimes-against-girl-in-his-care/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 20:58:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/de-soto-man-faces-life-in-prison-for-child-sex-crimes-against-girl-in-his-care/ LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – A De Soto man faces life in prison following a conviction for child sex crimes in Lawrence in which he raped a girl in his custody. Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez said Friday, August 5, that a jury convicted Kenneth W. Mills, 35, of De Soto, on one count of […]]]>

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – A De Soto man faces life in prison following a conviction for child sex crimes in Lawrence in which he raped a girl in his custody.

Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez said Friday, August 5, that a jury convicted Kenneth W. Mills, 35, of De Soto, on one count of aggravated sodomy of a child.

DA Valdez noted that the conviction stems from incidents in 2010 and 2011 in which Mills engaged in sexual conduct with a girl in his custody who lived in his Lawrence home.

“I hope today’s verdict does justice to the brave survivors who have come forward,” Valdez said. “This was a difficult case and I am grateful for the thorough law enforcement investigation and skillful prosecution it took to hold Kenneth Mills accountable. The victimization of the most vulnerable people in our community will not be tolerated.

The DA said the state was represented by Assistant District Attorney Joshua Seiden and Assistant District Attorney Paula Bustamante. The case was investigated by the Lawrence Police Department Special Victims Support Unit and Kansas Department for Children and Families.

A status conference was hosted by District Judge Sally Pokorny at 4 p.m. on August 31 at the Douglas Co. Judicial and Law Enforcement Center.

Valdez said Mills faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years.

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Going from fit to fat has ruined our sex life because our bellies get in the way, say Strictly’s James and Ola Jordan https://ivideosgratis.org/going-from-fit-to-fat-has-ruined-our-sex-life-because-our-bellies-get-in-the-way-say-strictlys-james-and-ola-jordan/ Thu, 04 Aug 2022 22:01:09 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/going-from-fit-to-fat-has-ruined-our-sex-life-because-our-bellies-get-in-the-way-say-strictlys-james-and-ola-jordan/ THEY were known to have two of the hottest bodies on Strictly – so when former show dancers Ola and James Jordan posted significantly fuller numbers, it caused a storm. The couple shared an unfiltered image of their “mommy and daddy bodies” last week, with the pair having grown a few sizes since their days […]]]>

THEY were known to have two of the hottest bodies on Strictly – so when former show dancers Ola and James Jordan posted significantly fuller numbers, it caused a storm.

The couple shared an unfiltered image of their “mommy and daddy bodies” last week, with the pair having grown a few sizes since their days on TV.

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Ola and James Jordan say their fuller figures have now ruined their sex life after an Instagram photo of the couple went viralCredit: provided
James and Ola - who were on Strictly between 2006 and 2015 - say they are as shocked as fans to see how their looks have changed

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James and Ola – who were on Strictly between 2006 and 2015 – say they are as shocked as fans to see how their looks have changedCredit: Getty

And speaking exclusively to The Sun about the virus crisis, the outspoken duo didn’t hold back – James admitting he wished his wife was skinnier, and Ola revealing their sex life had suffered because their “belly bothered them”.

James and Ola – who were on Strictly between 2006 and 2015 – say they are as shocked as fans at how much their appearance has changed.

Ola moved from 8th to 11½, while James put in a whopping 5th and is now 16th.

But that didn’t stop them from sharing the snap, which showed the once perfectly polished pair standing by the pool at their Kent home in swimsuits, captioned: ‘Couples who eat together stay together’.

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Ola Jordan should be proud of her

James, 44, says of the photo: “We were like, ‘Oh my God, we look like fat old people.

“I just have this massive gut, I call it my overhang.

“And Ola also gained weight. We are in this position together.

James admits it was his love of junk food that led them both astray – and also put a damper on their bedroom antics.

He says, “I admit it, I’m probably not the best influence on Ola. I love my chips, my chocolate and junk food.

“I eat everything – Chinese, McDonald’s, Burger King, everything.

“Every night after we ate it all, we’d go up to bed and I’d say to Ola, ‘Oh my God, my stomach hurts so much’, and then it’s like, ‘Well, see you tomorrow morning’.”

Ola, 39, continues: “Sex life is decidedly different, if not worse, because you’re so fat and you don’t feel like moving after a packet of crisps and a Chinese.

“Bellies get in the way when it comes to sex. And I’m a bit heavy now. It’s not as exciting.

The couple say there’s definitely no more Dirty Dancing – and they certainly couldn’t pull off one of their sexy Strictly routines.

James says: “Sex is definitely not better with mum and dad bodies. I can’t throw it away like I used to.

“So we realize that we need to change our eating habits to get back into shape.

“I would love to hold Ola above my head again.”

Ola adds, “If we practiced the Dirty Dancing lift in the pool, I’d sink it right away.”

But the couple – who met in 1999 and have two-year-old daughter Ella – say they are not looking for sympathy as their weight gain is entirely their fault.

James says, “We know exactly why we got fat — we ate more and moved less.

“It’s a shame that my belly hangs just above my pants, it’s like a good old beer belly.

“And it’s annoying because I’m quite hairy, and sometimes my belly hair gets caught in my waistband, which is really weird.

“These are bad life choices that we made for different reasons, like lockdown, we both mourned my dad’s death a lot and I quit smoking.

“But I’m very honest about it.”

So what about that most taboo question in any relationship – does James love Ola less now that she’s gained weight?

As usual, he does not hold back, saying: “I would say that I prefer Ola smaller. Of course, I still love him and I still love him. It’s like that.

“She’s the one who’s now taken the steps to talk about it, so if she then asks me, ‘Thinner or fatter?’ I would say thinner.

James and Ola are the parents of a two-year-old daughter, Ella

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James and Ola are the parents of a two-year-old daughter, EllaCredit: provided
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Ola admitted, “Bums get in the way when it comes to sex. And I’m a little heavy now. It’s not as exciting’Credit: Ann Summers
James and Ola were on Strictly between 2006 and 2015

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James and Ola were on Strictly between 2006 and 2015Credit: BBC

“Does that make me a bad person? If so, then I’m sorry but I think that makes me honest.

“I don’t understand when guys lie to their other half and say they’re gorgeous when they don’t mean it in their head.

“I’m not saying that to upset her but it’s for health reasons. And I know it’s not just Ola, it’s me too.

“We found ourselves in this position together, and I hope we will support each other.”

And Ola goes out of her way to say, “Does her dad turn me on?

“Yes and no, because I think I like him the way he is, with his big belly, and then you look at Love Island with all the fitties coming in and you say, ‘Phwoar’.

“But would I like him to be fit again? Well yeah.”

And although they are proponents of body positivity, Ola, who is 5ft 3in, and James, who is 5ft 9in, want to be clear that they don’t think it should extend to obese.

James says: “We are both classified as obese for our height.

“And it feels like you can’t put a name to it anymore because people are so offended by the word ‘big’.

“The term, I guess, is heavily overweight. I feel like people promote being overweight like it’s okay, like, “Go ahead, eat whatever you want.” If it makes you feel good, then do it.”

“But they actually promote being overweight as body positivity.

“You’re just stressing your organs, and that’s a fact.

“We know we need to lose weight for health reasons and for Ella.

“We’ll never tell anyone else what to do with their body, but for us it’s important.”

Ola adds, “There’s body positivity, and then there’s fat.

“We don’t want anyone to feel bad about themselves, but I don’t want to promote that it’s normal for people to be unhealthy.

“It’s not healthy, I don’t feel healthy. I run up the stairs and I’m out of breath – it’s not healthy for me. I’m a professional dancer.”

Polish-British Ola says she was “horrified and so disappointed” when she first saw the photo, but decided to go public with it to help motivate herself and James to lose weight.

She wrote on Instagram: “I wasn’t going to post this photo but decided to because I’m horrified and so disappointed in myself.

“By posting it, I hope it helps motivate me to do something about it.

“Our friend took this photo of us yesterday trying to stay cool by the pool, but OMG it was a total shock to say the least!

“When did we get ‘mommy and daddy bods’?”

Ola adds, “Putting the picture to me was just a wake-up call. It was up to me to say “Boom, this is what I look like, wake up, Ola”.

When she won the BBC1 dance competition in 2009 with BBC Sport presenter Chris Hollins, Ola was a size six and weighed 8th.

Now she is about size 12 and 3½ heavier.

She says, “People have always seen me as the girl with the beautiful body wearing the catsuit.

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“Then they looked at this photo and were like, ‘Oh my God, what happened to him?’

“But on Strictly, we did full ten-hour dance days, and after that we used to hit the gym.

“We didn’t have much time to eat, and if we did, we looked at all the food labels.

“I have since left that show and had my daughter.

“My body has changed. I’ve always had curves with boobs and buttocks, but now I’m very heavy in the middle and on the hips.

“I can’t keep blaming the lockdown and a baby, because Ella is now two and a half, and the lockdown was a long time ago.

“But I don’t know what happened to James – what is his excuse!”

James, who was around 11½ at his ballroom days, said: “My body has totally changed since Strictly. I was tiny.

“I’m going to put my hands up, I’ll be watching Love Island with a bag of crisps on my stomach and a box of sweets to my right.

“We ended up doing it every day.

“And then none of us fit into our clothes. I had to buy elasticated pants because I had put on so much weight.

“Sometimes I google us on Strictly and show Ola a picture and say, ‘This is how we looked before’.

“I also told Ola that the picture she put on Instagram will never go away. But that’s brilliant motivation.

Even so, the fact that they are dancing champions does not make it easy for them to lose weight.

James says, “People often tell us, ‘You’ll be fine, it’s like muscle memory.’

“No it’s not. We’re still like everyone else.

“We know that we can never train ten hours a day again, but we know that we basically have to move more and stay in the mouth less.”

Now the couple are focused on getting active again, including getting back into action on the dance floor.

Ola says, “We can all say I look great, but I’m uncomfortable the way I am.

“I don’t want to kiss my size. You have to be honest with yourself.

“I always thought, ‘I’m going to be the fit mom,’ and I’m not, and so it’s really sad.

“Now we will try to get out more.”

So would a return to the dance floor be possible, once they are ready to put on their old lycra outfits?

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James thinks so.

He says: “It would be amazing to start dancing again, and it would be great to be able to lift Ola above my head once again.”

Ola said:

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Ola said: “On Strictly, we used to do full ten hour dance days, and after that we used to go to the gym”Credit: Getty


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Before going to the Supreme Court to take note of its judgment on the quality of marriage, Jim Oberfelfell – the man behind the decisive decision – saw a sign of his impending victory on his admission slip.

“Every time I was in the Supreme Court, the tickets were bright orange,” Obergefell explained in the latest episode of the Law&Crime podcast “Objections: With Adam Klasfeld.”

“Friday, June 26 – that day was not bright orange,” he continued. “It was lavender, and when we realized we all thought, ‘Well, that’s got to be a sign. It’s got to be a positive sign. There’s no reason the ticket changed from color, let alone lavender.”

In a lengthy interview, Obergefell goes beyond the cold case file to reflect on how he and her late husband Jean-Arthur began their legal battle over their marriage. He describes how he was ordained a marriage officer after his Supreme Court victory – and read the final lines of the decision that bears his name at ‘every’ ceremony.

Following the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe vs. WadeObergefell expressed the possibility of his own decision meeting a similar fate – and urged the Senate to pass the Respect for Marriage Acta bill strengthening marriage equality that found bipartisan support in the House of Representatives.

“I hope Republican senators who haven’t decided or who think they will vote ‘no’: I’m just asking you to think of your own family,” Obergefell said. “Think about your marriage. Think about the marriages of the people you love, your family members, your friends. How can you think that voting no on something that means a marriage would disappear due to crossing a border is the right thing to do? It is harmful. It’s anti-family. It’s anti-American.

With Support for same-sex marriage having reached record highs, some GOP senators claimed to oppose the Respect for Marriage Act as unnecessary. The Dobbs majority — except for justice Clarence Thomasin an agreement – insisted that no other rights previously established by Supreme Court precedent were accordingly on the chopping block.

Oberfelfell did not buy it.

“The fact that in the Dobbs decision Judge Alito is saying that this decision should not be interpreted to mean or should not be applied to other rights, that does not give me any comfort, ”he said, noting that most judges of the majority appeared to testify at their confirmation hearings this deer was established law.

Thomas offered no such warning, arguing unreservedly that the court should reconsider Griswoldwho established the right to contraception; Lawrence, ensure the legality of same-sex intimacy; and of course, Oberefell.

“It was Judge Thomas making his personal beliefs very clear and what rights we currently enjoy that he thinks we don’t deserve or should be taken away from,” Obergefell said. “So I really believe it was personal.”

Obergefell describes this personal journey on the podcast, from deciding to get married after her late husband was diagnosed with ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

“At 14 months he started palliative care at home, and I was his main caregiver, except when the hospice nurses visited for a few hours a week,” Obergefell said. “That’s what you do when you love someone. I mean, you take care of them no matter what, and we had talked about marriage at the start of our relationship in the mid-90s. We talked about marriage because we wanted to get married, but we also all the two agreed that for us it couldn’t just be something symbolic. It had to be something legal. It had to be a marriage that carried legal weight.

Arthur didn’t live to see the day of their victory in the Supreme Court – but he survived long enough for their victory in the lower court, before the appeal battles that followed.

Obergefell described the moment when the then justice Anthony Kennedy recited the decision and the outfit became clear.

“When I realized that, yes, he was saying that we deserve the right to marry and that those marriages be recognized, I burst into tears,” Obergefell recalled. “And you could hear people around the courtroom sobbing. Our lawyer told me later that he had never seen so many lawyers cry in a courtroom.

“Of course, I thought, ‘John, I wish you were here. I wish you could experience this, I wish you knew that our marriage can never be erased,” Obergefell continued. “And then I was struck by the realization that for the first time in my life as a gay man, I felt like an equal American.”

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