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Larissa Dos Santos Lima Online

Yup, she really is outta there, folks.

And not by her own volition, either.

A day after rumors started to circulate that Larissa Lima had been fired by TLC for her association with CamSoda, the polarizing realiity star made the news official.

“Dear Friends and Followers, I want to make a statement for you,” wrote Lima on Saturday, emphasizing that this would be her “final” word on the topic and adding:

“I’m no longer a cast member of the show ’90 Day Fiance.

Because of my show with CamSoda, I was released from my contract with TLC by phone the day before ICE arrested me.”

Lima concluded by showing gratitude to her supporters and vowing to remain in their lives via a number of different online avenues.

“I will continue producing content for my official channels on Instagram, OnlyFans and Youtube. Thanks for your understanding, love and attention,” she wrote.

Larissa’s boyfriend, Eric Nichols, shared this same post on his Instagram Stories account, along with clapping emojis and Tom Petty singing “I’m free” from his song “Free Fallin’.”

TLC, for whatever it’s worth, has not yet commented on the situation.

Larissa made her debut on the aforementioned live streaming platform on September 14, filming herself acting all sexy and seductive.

During her one-hour performance, Lima wore lingerie and rubbed oil all over herself… and she ended up pulling in more than $100,000 for the site, according to TMZ.

How so?

Because some fans paid to watch her show and some viewers tipped her for the racy act.

It’s been quite the busy month of news-making for Lima, who also made headlines for getting approximately $72,000 in cosmetic surgery procedures that included a nose job and breast and butt augmentation.

She was then arrested by ICE.

Now, just like Farrah Abraham — who was fired by MTV for her role in adult webcam videos …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

      

Emily Tamkin writes:

President Donald Trump has announced his nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Despite Ginsburg’s dying wish that the seat not be filled until after inauguration, and more to the point despite the fact that Senate Republicans refused to give President Barack Obama’s nominee, Merrick Garland, a hearing with over 200 days to go before the election, Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett. Barrett is a federal appellate judge and Notre Dame law professor. She has referred to abortion as “always immoral” and has an anti-abortion judicial record and is a vocal opponent of the American Care Act, or “Obamacare,” the very existence of which could be decided by the Supreme Court this fall. Some Republicans, like Senator Marco Rubio, have painted critisim of her as anti-Catholic, despite the fact that Democratic nominee, Vice President Joe Biden, is himself Catholic, as are five justices currently on the court (one, Neil Gorsuch, is now Episcopalian but was raised Catholic). It is true, though, that there has been some press focus on the fac that Barrett is a member of the group People of Praise, in which married women count their husbands as their “heads,” or spiritual advisors. But so, too, has there been some focus on what Barrett said about Merrick Garland back in 2016, when she argued that Obama filling the late conservative Antonin Scalia’s seat in an election year could “dramatically flip the balance of power” on the court. Four years later, the same can now be said not by Barrett, but of her. 

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President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday evening, igniting what is set to be a titanic fight in the Senate over filling the seat left open after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, just weeks before Election Day.

With Barrett standing beside him in the Rose Garden, Trump called her a “woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution,” saying it was “a very proud moment” for him to nominate her to the Supreme Court.

Barrett was widely expected to be Trump’s pick. Trump had considered her to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy’s seat in 2018—he chose Brett Kavanaugh instead—and in recent days it become clear Barrett was the President’s top candidate after he promised he would nominate a woman to fill Ginsburg’s seat.

Barrett’s nomination is the opening salvo in a bitterly partisan battle to come over whether Trump will be able to confirm a third Supreme Court justice to the bench in the final weeks of his first term, cementing a 6-3 conservative majority on the nation’s highest court for a generation. Though widespread polling indicates most Americans think the winner of the 2020 election should nominate the next justice, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed that Trump’s nominee will have a vote in the Senate, and only one GOP Senator– Susan Collins of Maine– has firmly declared that she doesn’t think there should be a vote before the election and wouldn’t support a nominee on that timeline.

Speaking after Trump, Barrett said the occasion was “rather overwhelming” and that she was “truly humbled” by the nomination. She promised to be “mindful of who came before me,” praising Ginsburg as a woman who “not only broke glass ceilings, she smashed them.” She also invoked the friendship …read more

Source:: Time – Politics

      

(JERUSALEM) — Thousands of Israelis gathered outside the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night to demand his resignation, pressing ahead with weeks of protests against the embattled Israeli leader despite a strict new lockdown order.

With Israel facing one of the world’s worst coronavirus outbreaks, the tough lockdown rules went into effect Friday, closing many businesses, banning large gatherings and ordering people to stay close to home. But Israel’s Knesset, or parliament, was unable to agree on proposed legislation that would ban the right to protest.

Netanyahu has pushed hard for a ban on the demonstrations, claiming they pose a threat to public safety, and he has threatened to declare a state of emergency to halt the unrest. But his opponents accuse him of using the health crisis as a pretext to put a halt to weeks of demonstrations against him.

For over three months, thousands of people have thronged the streets of central Jerusalem near Netanyahu’s residence, calling on him to step down. Protesters say Netanyahu shouldn’t remain in office when he is on trial for corruption charges and accuse him of bungling the response to the coronavirus crisis. Many of the protesters are young, educated Israelis who have lost their jobs because of an economic downturn.

Protesters at Saturday night’s gathering were noisy but orderly, with many standing in marked spots to conform with social distancing rules. Protest leaders urged people to keep a safe distance from one another, and the crowd stretched for blocks along a main road as police patrols looked on.

Many of the demonstrators hoisted Israeli flags. One large banner accused Netanyahu of “White House laundromat,” a reference to a Washington Post report last week that the Israeli leader brings bags of dirty laundry with him to be cleaned when he visits the White House. …read more

Source:: Time – World

      

Abraham

Can you believe that it’s almost been three years since Farrah Abraham was fired from Teen Mom OG?

It’s tough to believe that it’s been so long since the worst hate crime of reality television history took place.

Remember that, how Farrah kept calling it a hate crime?

As if you could ever forget.

If the details are a little foggy, that may be because we still don’t know exactly what happened.

On the show, we saw a producer tell Farrah that she was too difficult to work with, and that she was too rude to crew members.

Farrah Abraham Gets Fired: See the Special Moment in All Its Glory!

We’ve heard from Farrah that she was told that she couldn’t continue to do adult entertainment while she was on the show, and she made the choice to leave.

But while she has sometimes claimed she quit, she has also claimed that she was wrongfully fired, so …

It seems like there’s a bit of truth to all of those things, and that MTV ultimately decided that it wasn’t worth it to keep working with her.

So why are we even talking about all of this if it happened three years ago?

Because Farrah’s still mad about it.

On Instagram, she shared a clip from her very last episode of Teen Mom, and for the caption … well, she really expressed a lot of things in the caption.

We’re about to get into it, but real quick — we’d be here all day if we pointed out every single time she made a typo or misspelled something, so for the sake of authenticity and our own sanity, we’ll transcribe it exactly as it was originally written, sound good?

Farrah began her rant by writing that “MORGAN CALLED ME AFTER” the scene where she was fired, and he “gave me …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

      

UFC superstar Conor McGregor says he’s coming out of retirement for a boxing match against Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao. 

In a tweet Friday, McGregor, a former two-division UFC world champion, casually dropped that he’s “boxing Manny Pacquiao next in the Middle East.”

ESPN later reported that McGregor–who previously made millions boxing Pacquiao nemesis Floyd Mayweather in 2017—is in “serious talks” to fight Pac-Man, quoting his manager, Audie Attar, who represents both fighters. 

Attar told ESPN the boxing match wasn’t a done deal just yet, but the Middle East was one of a few locations being considered to host the match, which would take place in late December or early January. A weight class has not yet been determined, Attar said.

ESPN also reported that a portion of Pacquiao’s earnings from the match would go toward Covid-19 relief efforts in the Philippines. Pacquiao is also a Philippines senator.

Following the Pacquiao fight, Attar said the plan was for McGregor to return to the UFC in 2021. McGregor, who has expressed frustration with his lack of activity this year despited previously declaring that he was “retired”, hasn’t fought since his blowout 40-second TKO win over Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in January.

McGregor previously expressed interest in fighting Pacquiao in Las Vegas earlier this year. He lost the boxing match to Mayweather after a stoppage in the 10th round, but the mega-hyped MMA/boxing crossover superfight did massive pay-per-view numbers and earned tens of millions for both fighters. 

Mayweather outboxed Pacquiao when they met for their long-awaited superfight in 2015 and cruised to a wide decision victory. But Pacquiao has since stormed back into boxing and even beat the formerly undefeated Keith Thurman by split decision in 2019 to become the oldest welterweight boxing champion in history at age 40. 

After his initial tweet Friday about facing Pacquiao, McGregor said in a second tweet:, “It …read more

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