Jen Harley Shares Disturbing Photos, Accuses Ronnie of Abuse

Jen Harley and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro appear to finally be broken up for good. Maybe. Possibly. You never really know with these two. Either way, however, their ugly saga doesn’t appear to be over; not after Harley used her Instagram Story over the weekend to accuse her ex-boyfriend of assault… … and also to drag Snooki into her and Ron’s ongoing mess. In what way? And what do these photos depict? Scroll down to find out. 1. We Really Thought the Drama Was Over We hadn’t heard talk of Ronnie and Jen getting back together in several weeks, while each had shared social media messages that made it look like they… Read More

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Police in Brazil have busted a purported Bitcoin investment scheme that allegedly stole $359 million (1.5 million reais) from victims. According to a statement issued by the Paraná state government, state police shut down the unnamed operation and arrested nine people. A four-month investigation revealed 500 people from across six states — Paraná, Bahia, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Maranhão, and Amapá — had fallen victim to the Bitcoin investment scam, but it is estimated the figure could rise to 5,000 people. “It became apparent that the operation was a scam when the victims received a message from the company, telling them… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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CHEAP: I can’t hear you because there’s $50 off the Bose 700 noise-canceling headphones

Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! Bose released its super popular noise-cancelation headphones, the QuietComfort 35 II in 2017. And for a couple of years, they sat on top of the category, along with the Sony WH-1000Xm3. So, many fans expected Bose to release a successor to the QC 35 II this year. And the company obliged by launching the Bose 700 in May with brand new design and 11 levels of noise0-cancelation. The pair is currently on sale for just $349, down from $399. So, if you’re in the… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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The BBC is the UK’s most trusted news source – but it is failing its consumers

Regardless of whether you think it is good or bad, the BBC isn’t particularly different from any other commercial broadcaster. The Conservative campaign has been thrown off course by a photograph of Jack Williment-Barr, a four-year-old boy with tonsillitis and the flu, wearing a drip and sleeping on a makeshift bed of coats, rather than an actual bed, in a hospital. It’s an illustration of something I first wrote about in September: that if you have an election in the dead of winter, after a decade in which NHS spending has, historically speaking, increased by relatively small amounts and the public realm has a whole has faced sharp cuts, then… Read More

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These are the victims of the New Zealand volcano eruption which killed 6 people and injured at least 30

Identities of the victims of a volcano eruption on an island in New Zealand are beginning to emerge. 47 people were on White Island at the time of the eruption. Six of them have died, while eight more are missing and presumed to be dead. Local tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman is the first of the dead to be named. 30 more are currently in the hospital, some with severe burns. One of the dead was admitted to hospital but later died there. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Identities of the victims in the volcano eruption on an island in New Zealand are emerging the day after the disaster. As… Read More

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An Instagram influencer was sentenced to 14 years in prison after a crazy plot that involved holding someone up at gunpoint for a domain name

An Instagram influencer was sentenced to 14 years in jail after going to extreme lengths to get hold of a particular domain name online. Rossi Lothario Adams II, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, founded the social media company “State Snaps” in 2015 as a student at Iowa State University, which had more than 1 million combined followers. Adams tried to buy the domain name “doitforstate.com” for his company, but the owner wouldn’t sell. Adams then persuaded his cousin to hold the owner at gunpoint in a bid to force him to transfer the domain over. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. An Instagram influencer has been sentenced to 14 years… Read More

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