Man Arrested at 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico Compound Was Training Kids to Commit School Shootings: Documents

The father of a missing 3-year-old who was arrested at a New Mexico compound linked to "extremist Muslims" last week was training children to commit school shootings, court documents filed on Wednesday revealed.
Prosecutors allege Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, was conducting weapons training on the compound, where 11 children were found hungry and living in squalor. They asked Wahhaj, who appeared in court on Wednesday, be held without bail.

Actress Jennifer Aniston, 49, hires hunky Nigerian personal trainer 18 years her junior for boxing workouts at her LA mansion (Photos)

Actress Jennifer Aniston, 49, hires hunky Nigerian personal trainer 18 years her junior for boxing workouts at her LA mansion?(Photos)
Hollywood actress, Jennifer Aniston has hired a hunky Nigerian personal trainer who is 'single' and almost two decades younger than her for boxing workouts at her £15million LA mansion.
The 49-year-old actress who split from her second husband Justin Theroux, 46, five months ago, is said to be training with Leyon Azubuike, 31 at her mansion.   
'Leyon isn’t seeing anyone. He trains her (Jennifer) at her house,' Leyon's manager Bryan Laverdure told The Sun. 

Earlier this week, Jennifer gushed over the Nigerian-US based fitness fanatic, claiming that he's so amazing he 'hung the moon'.
'Last year I discovered boxing, and I love it. I have this trainer named Leyon, who I believe hung the moon,' she told InStyle magazine. 
'It’s the longest workout I’ve actually stayed with consistently other than yoga. Boxing is a great way to get aggression out. 
'You get a mental release of all this c**p you’re taking into your ears and eyes every day and have little fantasy moments imagining who you’re actually punching.' 
See more photos of Azubuike below.
Actress Jennifer Aniston, 49, hires hunky Nigerian personal trainer 18 years her junior for boxing workouts at her LA mansion?(Photos)Actress Jennifer Aniston, 49, hires hunky Nigerian personal trainer 18 years her junior for boxing workouts at her LA mansion?(Photos)Actress Jennifer Aniston, 49, hires hunky Nigerian personal trainer 18 years her junior for boxing workouts at her LA mansion?(Photos)

Photo Credit: Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock/Instagram

Bronx slay victim's mom slams groups raising money from her son's death


The mother of a 15-year-old cops say was savagely killed by Bronx gang-bangers charged Monday that at least five sketchy groups seek to make money off her son’s death.
Leandra Feliz said she has no interest in aligning herself with anyone claiming to collect cash on her family’s behalf in the wake of Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz’s murder.
Lesandro was dragged from a Belmont bodega June 20 and butchered by members of the Trinitarios gang, which apparently mistook him for a member of a rival gang, authorities say.
A dozen alleged gang members have been charged in the killing, which was captured on video.
Feliz said a group called the New York State Community Affairs Bureau convinced her to sign a “cease and desist” letter demanding another group called the Justice for Junior Foundation to stop advertising that it was raising money.
“Those people — they came to my house telling me about the five different organizations operating using my son’s name,” she told reporters. “They told me that (the agreement) would help her put in a complaint with the state.”
City Councilman Ritchie Torres points to images of badges created for a fake city department used for fraudulent fund-raising for Feliz-Guzman in the Bronx.
City Councilman Ritchie Torres points to images of badges created for a fake city department used for fraudulent fund-raising for Feliz-Guzman in the Bronx. 
 
Neither group is registered as a charity in New York, according to the state attorney general’s office, which is investigating.
“I don’t want to deal no more with those people because I don’t know who’s who at the moment,” Feliz said.
The Community Affairs Bureau is a creation of Renauld Gregg, a former judge’s son who was convicted in 2010 of embezzling nearly $200,000 from his girlfriend’s family. He has also been accused of pretending to be a lawyer.
City Councilman Ritchie Torres denounced Gregg’s actions. “Obviously, when tragedy strikes, it is often the case that vultures are lining up to exploit the tragedy and profit from someone else’s misery,” Torres said.
In a phone conversation, Gregg denied raising or trying to raise “a penny” using the teen’s name.
“There was nothing done unethically by any member of NYSCAB,” he said. “We have never ever intended to do anything against this family.”
Gregg said his group filed incorporation papers with the state on July 6 — but state officials couldn’t confirm that.
Commenting on his criminal conviction, Gregg compared himself to Malcolm X.
“Malcolm Little was a formerly incarcerated person, and we all have the opportunity for a second chance in life,” he said.

North Carolina man who slept with married woman must pay her husband $8.8 million

A man who slept with a married woman has been ordered by a judge to pay a whopping $8.8 million to her husband who owns a BMX bike stunt show company.
Francisco Huizar III was forced to pay Keith King — the man he cuckolded — $2.2 million in compensatory damages and $6.6 million in punitive damages, The Herald Sun reported.
Huizar’s attorney said they will appeal Superior Court Judge Orlando Hudson’s ruling, according to the report.
King was married to Danielle King, with whom he shares a 5-year-old daughter, in 2010. But Danielle claims the North Carolina couple was never happy, and had separated in August 2016.
King in April 2017 accused Huizar of criminal conversation, alienation of affection, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and assault and battery, according to the report.
His attorney, Joanne Foil, said Huizar’s affair with King’s wife, who was an employee of BMX Stunt Shows, cost the company an employee and also revenue as he incurred expenses including household help, child care and counseling.
Cheri Patrick, an attorney for Huizar, meanwhile argued that her client could not be blamed for disrupting a marriage that was broken well before he came along.
“This marriage needed one more blow before it was over,” Patrick said.
Danielle King alleged in her testimony that she pursued Huizar, whom she met at a BMX competition in New York.
King suspected an affair after seeing calls on his wife’s phone log to a strange number.
He contacted Huizar and asked him to stop contacting his wife, at which point he believed their affair was over, Foil said, The Herald Sun reported.
The extramarital affair continued, however, to the point that the marriage could not “have humanely been saved with the level of this man’s involvement,” Foil said.
King alleges he visited his wife at an apartment she had rented where Huizar put him in a choke hold.
Foil argues that King developed post-traumatic stress disorder as a result.

Nigerian Lady Deborah Olawoyin Who Lost 200lbs+ shares Amazing Before and After Photos of her weight Lost Journey

Nigerian Lady Deborah Olawoyin Who Lost 200lbs+ shares Amazing Before and After Photos of her weight Lost Journey 

Fans of Demi Lovato Sings 'Sober' at Canceled Concert Site After the Star's Apparent Overdose

Demi Lovato‘s fans came together on Thursday to sing the star’s emotional ballad “Sober” at Atlantic City Beach, the concert venue where she was scheduled to perform before she was rushed to the hospital after an apparent overdose on Tuesday.
In a video posted to Twitter, fans show their utmost support for the star by singing the lyrics to her latest single.

The song details her recent relapse after celebrating six years of sobriety in March. Lovato was seen belting out the tune just two days before her apparent overdose while performing at the 2018 California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, California.
“Mama, I’m so sorry I’m not sober anymore / And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor,” she sings on the track. “And I’m sorry for the fans I lost who watched me fall again / I wanna be a role model, but I’m only human.”
“I’m sorry that I’m here again,” she adds at the end. “I promise I’ll get help / It wasn’t my intention / I’m sorry to myself.”






Lovatics gathered together to sing Demi Lovato’s emotional single “Sober” in Atlantic City where she was originally scheduled to perform today 💗

The impromptu choir of Lovatics quickly attracted a crowd, many of whom were visibly moved by the gesture. “We still love you!” the fans shout at the end of the clip.
The former Disney superstar has been battling mental health and addiction for years. She opened up about her struggles in her documentaries Stay Strong (2012) and Simply Complicated (2017).
Despite her hardships, Lovato’s fans have stayed extremely dedicated and have shown their immense support on social media. Many of her fans took to Twitter to share personal stories of how the artist helped them through tough times of their own.
“I remember one night in the hospital after an attempt [on my life], I was sitting in my hospital room on the floor next to the radio with my head against the wall and tears were streaming down my face,” wrote one fan, using the hashtag “#HowDemiHasHelpedMe.”
“Then Skyscraper came on the radio. and I knew id be okay,” they added, referencing Lovato’s 2011 song about staying strong after being knocked down.

i remember one night in the hospital after an attempt, i was sitting in my hospital room on the floor next to the radio with my head against the wall and tears were streaming down my face.
then skyscraper came on the radio.
and i knew id be okay.

Another fan spoke of how Lovato helped with their sobriety.
“#HowDemiHasHelpedMe when I was at the worst part of my life and I just wanted to give up completely, Demi’s speeches and music and book just kept me going and helped me be able to finally ask for help. I just recently passed 5 years clean and I credit that partially to her,” the Lovatic wrote.

when I was at the worst part of my life and I just wanted to give up completely, Demi’s speeches and music and book just kept me going and helped me be able to finally ask for help. I just recently passed 5 years clean and I credit that partially to her. ❤️

The singer was additionally scheduled to perform with Jason Mraz in Toronto at the RBCxMusic benefit concert Sunday, but this show has also been canceled due to her hospitalization.

Daughter fakes her disappearance in order to dupe father of (USD1700.00) N600,000


A 19-year-old girl Dorcas Adilewa has been apprehended by the police for faking her disappearance.

Punch News gathered that she did this in order to defraud her father Taiwo Adilewa of a sum of N600,000.
She had an accomplice Ifeoluwa Ogunbanjo who was also arrested.
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A teenager who faked her disappearance is to be arraigned in court alongside accomplices.
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Lagos State Police Commissioner Edgal Imohimi confirmed the arrests while addressing journalists yesterday.
“The kidnapper told the father that if he did not want his daughter killed, he should pay a ransom of N600,000 to secure her release.
“Investigation into the case immediately commenced and the phone number that was used by the callers was geo-located to the Ijebu Igbo area of Ogun State.
"The head  of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit led his men to Ijebu Igbo at about 10pm the same day and combed the area in search of the supposed victim till the following morning," the police chief revealed.
While a search for Dorcas went on, her collaborators relocated to Ikotun, Lagos, after suspecting an imminent police arrest.
The 19-year-old reportedly called her father to confirm that she has been released by the fictional kidnapping gang believed to have taken her.
“The supposed kidnappers relocated to Ikotun in Lagos and the search party also moved to Ikotun to rescue the victim.
“When the fake kidnappers realised that the police were closing in on them, the supposed victim called the complainant to inform him that she has been released after she gave them the N8,000 the father sent to her bank account," Imohimi added at the press briefing.

Teenager made up lie in order to pay her school fees

While responding to interrogations, Dorcas Adilewa explained her motivation for pulling off a disappearance.
Punch was told that she made up a story about being kidnapped in order to pay for her school fees.
“When the payment of my school fee was delayed, I went to my friend’s (Ogunbanjo) place, where I called my father.
“I was at her place on Thursday and I went back home on Friday when my dad said he could not afford the money.”
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Lagos state police commissioner Imohimi Edgal confirmed that a teenager Dorcas Adilewa faked an abduction with the help of others.
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Ifeoluwa Ogunbanjo, who was captured as an accomplice maintained that she is innocent.
She revealed that her mother entertained her friend Dorcas after learning about her ordeal with kidnappers.
It appears they were both fooled.

Community marches for 16-month-old who was seriously injured, her babysitter found dead by suicide


Dozens gathered Monday night to 'March for Marley,' a 16-month old little girl who suffered major injuries on July 15.
"We got balloons and posters with yellow hearts on them," said Losaline Tukuafu, who helped organize that march. "We just wanted to come together and show support as a community."
Many didn't expect to see Marley on the march. The family said she was checked out of the hospital Sunday after multiple reconstructive surgeries. They say she will likely require a handful of more surgeries in the future.
"We're doing good man," said Alani Taumalolo, Marley's father. "With her being as strong as she is, it's made it easier."
Police say they are still investigating after they arrived on scene and found Marley with her injuries and a babysitter dead. Police say the adult male committed suicide. They also confirm DNA testing is being done and could take weeks before the results come back and the investigation comes to an end.
There is a gofundme site set up to help pay for the girl's medical bills.

A Summary Write up of the Lives of the 5 Richest Kings in Africa

A brief walk into the lives of the 5 richest kings in Africa- Otumfuo Osei-Tutu
 (News Ghana)

Being a traditional monarch in Africa can be a lucrative affair. We take you on a brief walk into the lives of the 5 richest kings in Africa, according to Forbes.

Many of the leaders in Africa control large fortunes within their communities and without. In addition to their wealth is influence which results in some of them getting invited to join boards of large corporations.
For instance, the Obi (King) of Onitsha in South-Eastern Nigeria, Obi Nnaemeka Achebe, serves as the Non-Executive Chairman of Unilever Nigeria, a large publicly-listed manufacturer of consumer goods, and he previously served as Chairman of Diamond Bank, a leading Nigerian commercial bank. Same goes for the Alake (King) of Egbaland in South-Western Nigeria, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, who is the Chairman of Oando, a large Nigerian energy company.
Some of these monarchs have built their fortunes from scratch by starting successful enterprises and shrewdly reinvesting their profits into a diverse range of business concerns. Others have simply had wealth transferred to them by their forefathers.

1. King Mohammed VI, Morocco

Estimated net worth: $2 billion
Source: Investments
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King Mohammed VI, Morocco
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The wealthiest monarch in Africa is His Majesty King Mohammed VI of MoroccoKing Mohammed VI, the 27 king of the Alaouite dynasty, ascended the throne in July 1999 and immediately set out to initiate a series of socio-political and economic reforms that have made the Kingdom freer and more prosperous than during the reign of his father, King Hassan II. He derives his fortune from his control of Société Nationale d'Investissement (SNI), a large Moroccan investment holding company with assets valued at more than $10 billion. The King also owns a substantial chunk of the world’s phosphate reserves.

2. Oba Obateru Akinrutan, Ugbo Land, Nigeria

Estimated net worth: $300  million
Source: Oil
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Oba Obateru Akinrutan, Olugbo of Ugboland
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Oba Obateru Akinrutan is the Olugbo (traditional King) of Ugbo land, a small oil-rich community in Ondo state, in Nigeria’s southwestern region. Oba Akinrutan ascended the throne in 2009 and founded Obat Oil in 1981 with a single gas station to meet the needs of his family and neighbouring community. Now, Obat Oil is one of Nigeria’s largest privately-held oil trading companies and owns more than 50 gas stations across Nigeria as well as one of the largest tank farms in Africa. He also owns an extensive portfolio of prime commercial and residential real estate in London and Nigeria, including the landmark Febson Hotels and Mall in the Central Business District of Abuja.

3. Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Estimated net worth: At least $75 million
Source: Construction, Property, Oil
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Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Ooni of Ile Ife
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Alayeluwa Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse II, is the traditional King (Ọọ̀ni) of Ile-Ife’, an ancient city located in Osun state which is generally believed to be the traditional home of the Yoruba civilization. Oba Sijuwade, 84, who ascended the throne in 1980, struck out on his own in 1964, when he started WAATECO, an automotive distribution business that imported vehicles and vehicle parts from the Soviet Union to sell in Nigeria. He went on to build the Motel Royal hotel and several residential and commercial properties. He is the founder of the Sijuwade Group, a Nigerian conglomerate with interests in oil & gas, construction, property development and hospitality, which he incorporated in 1975. The group was awarded a concession by the Federal Government to construct and manage a tollgate along the Ibadan-Ife dual carriageway- one of the major vehicular routes in Nigeria. The King also owns several residential properties in Nigeria and the U.K.

4. King Mswati III, Swaziland

Estimated net worth: At least $50 million
Source: Investments
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King Mswati, 46, is Africa’s last absolute monarch. His personal net worth is at least $50 million, based on the annual $50 million salary that he is paid out of government coffers. He also controls Tibiyo TakaNgwane, an investment holding company that has assets worth over $140 million, but he holds it in trust for the people of Swaziland.
Mswati renamed Swaziland to the Kingdom of eSwatini. He is more well known for his relationships with women (he had at least 15 wives at the last count), and for his flamboyant parties. His last birthday coincided with the Christian Easter holidays but he wasn't willing to share the spotlight with Jesus. He postponed his birthday celebrations for five days so that a proper national holiday could be held in his honor. Famous american R&B artist Erykah Baduperformed for the King during the expensive celebrations, even though the poverty rate in Swaziland is escalating. More than 65% of the Swaziland’s population gets by on less than $1.25 a day, while unemployment rates are as high as 40% — but the King remains unaffected.

5. Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Ashanti, Ghana

Estimated net worth: $10 million
Source: Mining Equipment, Property, Jewelry
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Otumfuo Osei Tutu II,, King of Ashanti
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Otumfuo Osei Tutu II is the King of Ghana's gold-rich Ashanti kingdom, home to the country’s largest ethnic group, the Asantes. He ascended the throne in 1999 and serves as the political and spiritual head of the Asante people. Osei Tutu set up Transpomech Ghana in 1989, a $12 million (sales) company that provides mining equipment to several large industrial companies in Ghana. The King also owns extensive real estate in Ghana and South Africa as well as a collection of valuable gold crown jewels.