Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels Attorney, Claims He Has Third Kavanaugh Accuser

Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels Attorney, Claims He Has Third Kavanaugh Accuser

Michael Avenatti, who represents porn star Stormy Daniels in her legal entanglements with President Donald Trump, claims he is also representing a woman with “credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh” and his high school friend, Mark Judge. “We will be demanding the opportunity to present testimony to the (Senate) committee and will likewise be demanding that Judge and others be subpoenaed to testify,” Avenatti said in a Twitter post on Sunday. “The nomination…Read full story

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What to Watch After ‘American Vandal’ Season 2

What to Watch After ‘American Vandal’ Season 2

Are you all caught up on American Vandal? The first season, which asked the very important question of who drew the dicks, was a surprise success. Award-worthy even. The second season doesn’t disappoint, even if it lacks a standout star like the first installment’s Jimmy Tatro. Again, the Netflix series spoofs true crime documentary series perfectly by not just poking fun but also weaving together a compelling plot about poop pranks and high school social castes. The makers of American Vandal know their shit — by which I mean the real…

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Brett Kavanaugh Accused Of Sex Misconduct By Second Woman – New Yorker Report

Brett Kavanaugh Accused Of Sex Misconduct By Second Woman – New Yorker Report

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh now faces accusations of sexual misconduct from a second woman. In a New Yorker report from Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer, Deborah Ramirez, a classmate of Kavanaugh at Yale, said Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a college dormitory party. The story dates to the 1983-1984 years, which would have been Kavanaugh’s freshman year at the university. The report adds to the mounting pressure on Kavanaugh, who will be confronted at a Senate…Read full story

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Apple Taking Conservative Approach, Rejects Dr. Dre Streaming Series As Too Violent – Report

Apple Taking Conservative Approach, Rejects Dr. Dre Streaming Series As Too Violent – Report

A streaming series based on the life of hip-hop producer and performer Andre “Dr. Dre” Young was rejected by Apple CEO Tim Cook because of its violent and dark content. The show, Vital Signs, featured drugs, guns and an orgy, the Wall Street Journal reported. Cook personally decided against moving forward on it. opting to lead Apple’s proposed content services in a direction different from its competition and toward less-edgy content. The WSJ said the decision was made…Read full story

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