Felicity Huffman was convicted to be part of the US College Admission Scandal. The actress pleaded guilty for her part in the cheating scandal. But, prosecutors still want prison time for her. US college admissions bribery scandal is nicknamed as Operation Varsity Blues.
Huffman paid $15,000 to the Key worldwide foundation to correct the answers of her daughter in SAT score. She bribed the third party to recruit her daughter as a student at University. Notably, she released her guilty plea along with the apologetic statement.
Not only, Felicity, but other 33 wealthy parents along with Lori Loughlin are also included in Operation Varsity Blues. Lori didn’t plead guilty for her part in the scandal. Her older daughter Isabella has deleted her Instagram parents as her parents didn’t plead guilty. She has done this to avoid the spotlight. But, everyone knows what the case is.
Lori’s younger daughter Olivia didn’t delete her Instagram page but she ain’t posting anything since the scandal. She even disabled the comments on her some last posts. So, you why all this is happening.
The actress tried to recruit her not so eligible girls Isabella and Olivia in the University of Southern California crew team. Although, the two girls don’t even know the ABC of sport appropriately. Still, 54-year old mother two girls didn’t apologize for bribing $500,000.
Coming back to Felicity, she still has to face 4 to 10 months in prison with $20,000 fine. The plea agreement says Huffman “reserves the right to argue”.
Talking about Lori, as she hasn’t pleaded the guilty yet, no idea where her case will turn.
Colleges and other third parties aren’t doing injustice to deserving students by recruiting ineligible children of wealthy parents just because of money.
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Rising Rapper “Pop SMoke” shot dead in his LA house: Police
LOS ANGELES — Authorities believe rising rapper Pop Smoke was shot and killed during a Los Angeles home-invasion robbery in February after his social media posts led five suspects to the house he was renting, police said after detectives arrested the group Thursday morning.
Los Angeles police had initially discounted a robbery theory in the days after the 20-year-old rapper’s death Feb. 19 at a home in the Hollywood Hills. Pop Smoke’s legal name is Bashar Barakah Jackson.
Capt. Jonathan Tippet, who oversees the Los Angeles Police Department’s elite Robbery-Homicide Division, said three men and two teenage boys likely went to the home because they knew Pop Smoke was there from social media posts. They stole items from the home, though Tippet said he could not divulge what was taken. The teens were 15 and 17 years old.
“We believe that it was a robbery. Initially we didn’t really have the evidence but then we discovered some other evidence that showed this was likely a home invasion gone bad,” Tippet told The Associated Press on Thursday.
The five suspects were arrested Thursday morning as detectives served several search warrants in Los Angeles. All are believed to be members of a South Los Angeles gang, which Tippet would not name, and at least some of them are believed to be linked to a 2019 homicide when a fight escalated into a shooting outside the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
Pop Smoke and his entourage staying at the home are not believed to be associated with the gang, Tippet said. No one else was shot during the incident.
The Los Angeles Times reported in February that the rapper had posted pictures of him posing by an infinity pool in the home’s backyard, as well as a picture of the Los Angeles skyline from what was likely the house’s backyard. In another post, Pop Smoke or a member of his entourage put a picture of a gift bag tagged with the Hollywood Hills address and a different photo showed him posing by a Ranger Rover in a spot where the home’s address was partly visible in the background.
“It’s our belief that (the home-invasion robbery) was based on some of the social media” posts, Tippet said. “It’s based on the fact that he was posting his information may have contributed to him knowing where to find him.”
The home where the shooting occurred is owned by Edwin Arroyave and his wife Teddi Mellencamp, daughter of Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer John Mellencamp and a star of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
Rapper like 50 cent reacted on twitter about his death:
Teddi Mellencamp previously said on Instagram that the couple had been notified of the shooting at their rental property but knew no more than what they had seen in media reports.
Pop Smoke arrived on the rap scene in 2018 and broke out with “Welcome to the Party” a gangsta anthem with boasts about shootings, killings and drugs that became a huge sensation, and prompted Nicki Minaj to drop a verse on a remix.
Earlier this year, Pop Smoke released the mixtape “Meet the Woo 2,” which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. It was the follow up to his first official release, “Meet the Woo.” The rapper also had the popular hit “Gatti” with Travis Scott and Jackboys and “Dior.”
Last week, Pop Smoke released his posthumous debut album “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon,” which was met with mostly positive reviews. The 19-track album featured several star-studded guests including 50 Cent, Roddy Rich, Future, Swae Lee, Quavo, and others.
ByWard Market Shooting – One Person Shot
One individual was shot in the ByWard Market. ByWard Market shooting took place on Friday night.
Ottawa Police reacted at 9:30 p.m. what’s more, happened upon a basically harmed man at the side of ByWard Market Square and York Street.
The man has been taken to the Ottawa Hospital.
Inspector Patricia Ferguson said officers were called to the scene soon after the shots were discharged.
She said they’re presently examining. Further, “We have officers looking into locating the suspect and any other witnesses,” she said.
“The victim was in one location and then moved to another where he was subsequently found on the ground.”
She said they trust the ByWard Market shooting occurred nearer to George Street along ByWard Market Square and the unfortunate casualty crumbled at York Street.
ByWard Market Square is shut down between George Street and York Street. Officers with the weapons and group unit were on the scene.
Virginia Mass Shooting By Gunman – 12 Killed & Several Injured
Virginia mass shooting resulted in the killing of 12 people and several injured at a government building. However, the authorities did not release the identities of the dead. Accountably, four injured people also include a police officer. But, there are no reports regarding the severity of injuries.
The suspect is a long term and current Virginia Beach city employee that fired indiscriminately in a public utility building. Also, the unidentified gunman killed during the exchange of gunfire with police.
Virginia contains a lot of government buildings and the report of gunfire began after 20:00 GMT. Police locked down the area and evacuated all the employees.
Police Chief James Cervera, one victim was in a car whereas others were on the building’s three floors.
The attacker killed in an exchange of gunfire with police as soon as four police officers entered the building.
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Along with the local authorities, the FBI is also present at the scene helping & investigating local people and shooting respectively.
Cervera said, “I want you to know that during this gun battle, basically, the officers stopped this individual from committing more carnage in that building.”
An officer who was injured in the mass shooting is safe due to his bulletproof vest. US President Donald Trump has been informed following Virginia mass shooting.
According to the US tracking website Gun Violence Archive, it is the 150th mass shooting in the US so far in 2019.
Virginia Mayor, Robert Dyer said, “This is the most devastating day in the history of Virginia Beach.
So, this was everything about the devastating mass shooting in Virginia.
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