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Friday, October 18, 2013

Daughter's Hotel Room Death Ignited a Mother's Quest for Answers

Nearly five years after her daughter's death was ruled a suicide, Kelly Osborn is still searching for answers.

The 50-year-old Florida mother spends every ounce of her free time trying to uncover what really happened in the hotel room where her daughter, Sheena Morris, 22, was found by police hanging in the shower.

"She was my only daughter, so she was everything to me," Osborn told ABC News' "20/20."

Tune in to Kelly Osborn's story on ABC News' "20/20" on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, at 10 p.m. ET

Bradenton Beach Police officers found Morris dead in the hotel room in Bradenton Beach, Fla., where she had been staying with her fiance, Joseph Genoese, on Dec 31, 2008.

On a New Year's Eve, Morris and Genoese had dinner at the restaurant across the street from their hotel and then returned to their room.

After midnight the couple got into a heated argument, and guests in the room next door called 911. When police arrived they passed Genoese, who was leaving. In the room, they found Morris and her two dogs but, according to police reports, she would not elaborate on their fight.


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

'Neighbor from Hell' Sentenced to Five Years' Probation

Lori Christensen, a woman described as the "neighbor from hell," has been sentenced to five years probation for harassing a family in her neighborhood for years.

"That sentence is going to be consecutive to what she's currently serving from a previous guilty plea for harassment," Ramsey County District spokesman Dennis Gerhardstein told "That sentence started in December 2011." She was sentenced on Monday.

Gerhardstein said Christensen will be serving eight and a half years of probation. There is also a no contact order in place for five years, during which Christensen cannot contact the family she was found guilty of harassing.

"We are appealing the court's denial of her motion to withdraw her guilty plea," Gary Bryant-Wolf, Christensen's attorney told "We are also appealing the consecutive nature of the sentence." Bryant-Wolf said he believes Christensen's probationary period should run concurrently to the one in place.

Though she's been called the "neighbor from hell," Christensen told ABC News' "20/20" in an exclusive interview that she doesn't deserve that nickname.

"I think I've just been trying to protect myself of being stalked and being bullied," said Christensen, 50.

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Monday, October 14, 2013

Pre-work Craze Supplement Ban Continues!

Giant online marketplace eBay is the latest retailer to halt sales of the sports supplement Craze in the wake of a USA TODAY investigative report.

The huge online marketplace eBay is the latest retailer to stop selling the popular sports supplement Craze in the wake of a USA TODAY investigative report.

"eBay is in the process of removing all listings as they are in violation of our policies. This ban reflects eBay's commitment to creating a trusted and safe marketplace," spokeswoman Kari Ramirez said Monday. She said the action was due to "recent findings" that Craze contains amphetamines, but would not elaborate.

USA TODAY reported on July 25 that tests by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, a government-affiliatedlab in Sweden and industry competitors have found amphetamine-like compounds in samples of Craze. Driven Sports, the company that makes Craze, says the product is a safe and legal all-natural dietary supplement that does not contain amphetamines.Driven Sports says its own tests show the product is clean.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Flesh-eating drug Krokodil makes first U.S. appearance (Video)


Flesh-eating drug known asKrokodil has turned up in the United States recently. A couple of users of the drug have turned up at the Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz. According to ABC News on Sept. 27, Krokodil is the Russian word for "crocodile" and the substance is being used as a less expensiveheroin replacement.

The drug is referred to as “krokodil” because it causes sores, tissue damage and rough, scale-like appearance on the skin.

Flesh-eating drug's appearance has prompted the hospital to contact poison control centers around the country in an attempt to get the word out before it is too late. Some of the agencies contact revealed that they to already have patients suffering the effects of its usage.

According to a report byLiveScience, users show signs of necrosis and gangrene. Amputation of the effected limbs is common.Addicts only tend to live an average of about three years. Even those lucky enough to kick the habit may have brain damage or are severely disfigured. Apparently, over 2,500,000 Russians have sought help with the addiction so far.

The flesh-eating drug is made up of a nasty mixture of codeine and gasoline. It is consumed like heroin by injecting it into the veins. Frighteningly the drug has also been mixed with harmful chemicals like paint thinner, phosphorous and even hydrochloric acid. There are currently no known arrests or criminal cases in the U.S. involving Krokodil yet.

Riot Police Break up Party in Wash. College Town

Hundreds of college-age revelers in Washington state — thwarted in efforts to continue a large party — threw projectiles at police who responded with pepper spray to disperse them, authorities said.

Multiple partiers were arrested during the melee late Saturday and early Sunday in the scenic college town of Bellingham, about 75 miles north of Seattle, according to police Sgt. Mike Scanlon.

"There was drinking, it became disorderly and pretty much an out and out riot," he told The Associated Press.

He said the unrest began as police dispersed a noisy party that had drawn a few hundred people.

Lauren Boushey, 20, a junior at Western Washington University in Bellingham who was at the apartment complex party, said it broke up around 9 p.m. and police officers politely asked people to go home.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

New York's I-STOP Law

New York State will launch a key component to stop one of the few causes of death that is rising rapidly in America: I-STOP, the Internet System for Tracking Over Prescribing. New York State will require doctors to consult a patient's medical history before prescribing most painkillers, or "opioids," as they're also known. These include Vicodin®, OxyContin® and methadone.

This is an important step forward in the fight against the epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse and addiction sweeping the nation.

Nationally, the quantity of prescription painkillers sold to pharmacies, hospitals and doctors' offices was four times higher in 2010 than in 1999. In fact, enough prescription painkillers were prescribed in 2010 to medicate every American adult around-the-clock for one month.

In the U.S., prescription painkiller overdoses killed four times as many people in 2010 as in 1999. A stunning and sobering number: more than 125,000 Americans have died lost in the past 10 years from legal painkillers.

In fact, deaths from prescription painkillers are now more than twice as common as those attributed to heroin and cocaine combined.

A big part of the prescription drug overdose problem is nonmedical use of prescription painkillers. Most people using such drugs nonmedically get them from people they know, who originally got them from doctors.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Teacher Who Allegedly Bore a Student’s Child Facing 2nd Accuser

A California man has alleged that he had sex with his former high school teacher, who was arrested separately this week on unlawful sex charges two weeks after she gave birth to a baby allegedly fathered by another former student at her school.

Laura Elizabeth Whitehurst, formerly employed at Citrus Valley High School, “was arrested Monday night after questioning at her home,” Redlands, Calif.,  police spokesman Carl Baker told Wednesday. The school district has terminated her contract.

Whitehurst, 28, was an adviser to the then-16-year-old student who allegedly fathered her child. The teen’s name has not been released, but police said he graduated in June.

“The sexual relationship began last summer and continued for nearly a year,” Baker said. “The victim’s mother reported the relationship to school officials, who called Redlands Police on Monday.

“The baby is with its mother or her family. … There is no other official information [on the child],” Baker added

Cmd.  Shawn Ryan of the Redlands Police Department said at a news conference Monday that Whitehurst “was open about her pregnancy and that the school district knew.”

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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Monday, June 17, 2013

Eva Mendes sex tape hits the Web

Fox News Sued for Broadcasting Suicide on Live TV

The three minor children of a man whose suicide was broadcast live on television are suing Fox News Channel, claiming that watching the footage of their father shooting himself in the head has left them emotionally traumatized.
In a lawsuit filed in Phoenix, Ariz., earlier this month, the three children of JoDon Romero, ages 9, 13, and 15, claim they have suffered emotional distress after watching a clip of the video posted to the internet.
The two older children claim that since watching the video, they have been unable to attend school and suffer flashbacks, "sleep disturbance and obtrusive thoughts," according to the lawsuit.
Romero, 32, is alleged to have carjacked a vehicle and led police on high speed chase in which he shot at squad cars and the television helicopter that pursued him. Fox broadcast the chase live, without a delay, on Sept 28, 2012 during "Studio B with Shepard Smith," including the dramatic final moments in which Romero exited his vehicle, drew a gun, and shot himself in the head.
According to the suit, rumors that an unnamed man could be seen killing himself began circulating in the schools of Romero's two older children, high school student JoDon Jr, and his middle school brother Frank.

"After school, the older boys went home and began looking for the suicide on the internet," according to the suit.

They found the video on YouTube and "as they watched, they realized in horror that they were watching their father."

Following the initial broadcast both anchor Shepard Smith and a Fox News executive issued apologies for broadcasting the footage.

"We really messed up and we're all very sorry," Smith told viewers. "That didn't belong on TV... I personally apologize to you that it happened... It's insensitive and it's wrong."

Fox News later issued a statement explaining that as a result of "human error," the footage was not aired on a typical five second delay.

"We took every precaution to avoid any such live incident by putting the helicopter pictures on a five second delay. Unfortunately, this mistake was the result of a severe human error and we apologize for what viewers ultimately saw on the screen," Senior Vice President Michael Clemente later said in a statement.

Lawyers for the boys said that they had been evaluated by a psychologist who found that they displayed symptoms comparable to post-traumatic stress disorder that "included flashbacks, repeated thoughts and feelings associated with viewing the video of their father shooting himself in the head, re-experiencing trauma, sleep disturbance, and intrusive thoughts," according to their lawsuit.

"This psychological trauma is substantial and long-term. It will, upon information and belief, require long-term psychiatric and/or psychological treatment," their lawyers Joel Robbins and Anne Findling argue.

The lawsuit does not specify the damages for which the children and their mother are suing.

Repeated calls and emails to Fox News for comment were not returned.

Miss Utah’s Equal Pay Response Flub

A recent report shows that in 40 percent of families with children, women are the primary earners, yet they continue to earn less than men–what does this say about society?
When the 21-year-old Miss Utah Marissa Powell was faced with this question last night during the Miss USA pageant, she responded that it somehow says something about education and the need to make it better because men are leaders. But she did not seem to be sure exactly what.

“I think we can relate this back to education and how we are continuing to try to strive to … figure out how to create jobs right now and that is the biggest problem. Especially the men are um, seen as the leaders of this and so we need to figure out how to create education better so that we can solve this problem,” Powell said.

Powell’s response, particularly the part about “create education better” immediately went viral on social media for its incoherence.


The multitude of responses on Twitter included The Atlantic Wire classifying her answer the “Worst You’ve Ever Seen;” Business Insider claiming that “Miss Utah Completely Falls Apart While Answering An Easy Question About Women Earning Less Than Men;” and The New York Post calling it a “painfully awful pageant answer.”

Read more about the study on female breadwinners that fueled Miss Utah’s question.

Her comments immediately drew comparisons to Caitlin Upton, Miss South Carolina Teen USA in 2007. When Upton was asked why a fifth of Americans cannot locate the United States on a world map, she gave a similarly rambling answer, including an explanation that “some people out there in our nation don’t have maps.”

According to her profile on the Miss USA website, Powell, a Salt Lake City native, is a singer, model and actress. She has appeared on ABC’s “What Would you Do?” and is the ambassador for “Healing Hands for Haiti,” which aims to bring rehabilitation medicine to the country. She has attended Westminster College and Brigham Young University. Her profile explains that she wants to be an advocate for adoption. Her parents adopted her little brother, who was subsequently diagnosed with several medical issues, including an inoperable brain tumor. Powell finished third in the contest. Erin Brady, Miss Connecticut, took home the crown.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Miss USA Hopeful Opens Up About Her Scar: 'I Got Branded'

The next Miss USA could have a more permanent accessory than a crown.

Miss West Virginia Chelsea Welch carries a mark on her back from her time studying abroad in Tanzania. But it's not a scar from an injury or accident — she chose to put it on her body!

[Photos: Miss USA Contestants Carbo-Load Ahead of Pageant... Or Do They?]

"The Massai, they put a lot of burns and scars on their body. They think it beautifies them," she explained to Yahoo! TV. "So at the end of my trip they asked if I wanted to receive one of their traditional circle brands, so I thought, 'Well why not, let's go for it.'"

The 22-year-old grad student recently posted a "Road to the Crown" video with an image of herself getting the distinctive mark. As for its meaning, Welch remained coy. "The circle, they think is just a beautiful shape, I don't think there really is a specific meaning to the shape," she said. 

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