Augusta, Ga. — A 26-year-old Hooters manager was arrested on Tuesday morning for sexual assault on an employee.
According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, one of the several sexual assault victims said that she spilled something on her uniform Monday night and asked the suspect for a new one.Read the rest of this entry »
Atlanta — Reports have come out late last week that a power couple have been abusing women (and even girls) in recent years.
T.I., whose legal name is Clifford Harris, and Tiny, whose legal name is Tomeka Cottle, have reportedly abused numerous women in what can only be seen as another R. Kelly/Ted Nugent type situation.Read the rest of this entry »
Columbia — A bill that’s been prefiled for the 2020 state legislative session aims to force anti-choice politicians walk the walk instead of just talking the talk.
S. 928, prefiled by state Senator Mia McLeod, would reimburse pregnant people who were forced or coerced into giving birth. Read the rest of this entry »
Savannah — A Statesboro man who participated in a marathon on December 7 was arrested Friday after he was caught on WSAV-DT News 3’s camera slapping an anchor of that television station on the ass.
Thomas Callaway, 43, of Statesboro, was identified as the runner numbered 7553 in that event. Read the rest of this entry »
Washington, DC — The federal government has officially committed an act of war on its own citizens and the world.
Today, Trump signed House Resolution 1865, a bill that bans sex from the internet, therefore violating the First, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth amendments.
This bill came about because the federal government decided that users on the internet had too much freedom of speech.
Already, more than a thousand online dating sites — including Craigslist, the Erotic Review (TER) and Backpage — have shut down or have been seized by the federal government since 97 anti-sex extremists in the US Senate voted for the FOSTA law on March 21.
FOSTA has already been proven to do nothing to fight sex trafficking. The only thing FOSTA has done was censor the internet globally and kill sex workers here at home.
The true goal of FOSTA supporters is to outlaw sex entirely — this is the first step towards that goal.
Let the lawsuits commence. We strongly support the effort to overturn FOSTA.
Washington, DC — So much for making DC listen to the people.
Despite over 300 million Americans opposing House Resolution 1865, known as the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), the House of Representatives passed the unconstitutional bill. Eighteen representatives did not vote.
Republican Jeff Duncan, surprisingly, was the only Representative of any of the local counties to vote to protect sex trafficking survivors by being among 25 to vote against FOSTA. Mark Sanford (R), who represents the Charleston area, was the only other Tri-State Representative to protect sex trafficking survivors. Read the rest of this entry »
Hendersonville, N.C. — Entitled, toxic womanhood is on display in the North Carolina mountains.
Morgan Bishop, 29, of Hendersonville, got away with murdering a boyfriend in cold blood in the spring of 2012 as she was sentenced to just time served for the crime.
Now, she has been charged again, but not with attempted murder. Rather, with a much lesser charge of communicating a threat to another former boyfriend.
The incident happened via Facebook Messenger on January 13. In it, Ms. Bishop yelled: “Best believe your brother I know where he works too, first bitch you don’t know shit. I killed him it was no accident that’s why yall ain’t got shit and ever will. That’s fucked up what your doing you know what I did and I will do it again.” The message was in all capital letters, which means yelling while online.
Ms. Bishop also claimed that she ‘knew people’ and that she was going to make the victim’s like a ‘living hell’, the Hendersonville Times-News reported.
In June 2012, Ms. Bishop murdered another boyfriend during a domestic dispute by running him over on the SPARTANBURG HWY in East Flat Rock. She plea bargained her way from a possible life sentence to just four years 11 months of jail time.
This violent woman should have never been released for what she did to the dead victim in 2012. Hopefully, a judge will correct this egregious wrong in her new trial.
Stamford, Conn. — The World Wrestling Entertainment not only vacated the Cruiserweight Championship, but the wrestling body fired its most recent champion less than 36 hours after Philomena Sheahan tweeted about being raped by him.
In an interview with TMZ, Ms. Sheahan dished about being raped on October 19, 2017 by Enzo Amore.
She said to Mr. Amore, “I want to get to know you first.” Mr. Amore was already sexually harassing her when she said that to him.
Then, it got worse. Mr. Amore went from mild harassment straight to rape.
“I said ‘no’ countless times,” Ms. Sheahan told TMZ. “I just kept saying ‘No.'”
Ms. Sheahan noted she was literally in tears as she begged him to stop in numerous portions of the Phoenix, Ariz. hotel room, but he slung her on a bed instead — and she hit her head so hard, she was kayoed.
Mr. Amore continued to restrain Ms. Sheahan and pushed forward with the sexual assault.
Due to this, the Phoenix Police Office opened a criminal investigation and Mr. Amore was suspended hours before Raw celebrated their silver anniversary and then axed earlier this afternoon.
The company has zero tolerance for doping or criminal actions such as sexual violence.
Augusta, Ga. – An Augusta-Richmond County teen girl has launched an app that is actually very important.
Anika Kablan, 17, of Augusta, Ga., officially launched an app called Recoup Incorporated this week. The app, which is designed to combat sexual violence, is available on the IPad.