While this week’s edition of SmackDown featured a pair of title matches, it was a singular moment to close the show that will dominate the conversation. After Alexa Bliss was left alone in the ring by a frustrated Nikki Cross, Bliss became the target of The Fiend as he fired a brutal shot at universal champion Braun Strowman by attacking his former Mixed Match Challenge tag partner.
Bray Wyatt kicked off the show with an episode of the “Firefly Fun House,” sending a warning to Strowman that The…
Ghislaine Maxwell complains about ‘uniquely onerous’ conditions behind bars – NBC News
Ghislaine Maxwell is being held under “uniquely onerous conditions” inside a federal jail, where she’s subjected to round-the-clock surveillance and numerous body scans, a new court filing says.
Ghislaine Maxwell is being held under uniquely onerous conditions inside a New York federal jail, where shes subjected to round-the-clock surveillance and numerous body scans, her lawyers argued in a new court filing.
Maxwell has been locked up at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn since early July on charges of recruiting and grooming girls as young as 14 for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to abuse.
Epstein died by suicide last summer while awaiting trial on sex trafficking cha…
‘Sanford and Son’ Actor Raymond Allen Dead at 91 – TMZ
“Sanford and Son” actor Raymond Allen is dead.
Raymond G. Allen, Sr., a character actor who played Uncle Woody in “Sanford and Son,” has died.
Allen’s family tells TMZ, he was in a long-term facility in California when he was found unresponsive early Monday morning. EMT’s tried reviving him, to no avail.
The family says Allen died as a result of respiratory issues, but not COVID-related.
Allen was a working character actor, who also played Ned the Wino on “Good Times.”
“Good Times” was a huge hit in the ’70s, and Allen’s character was hi…
Rachael Ray’s kitchen spared despite raging fire at upstate mansion – Page Six
Drone footage shows the extensive damage caused to the roof and second floor of Ray’s mansion.
An inferno that tore through Rachael Ray’s upstate New York mansion spared the celebrity chef’s state-of-the-art kitchen, according to fire officials.
Drone footage obtained by the Daily Mail shows the extensive damage caused to the roof and second floor of Ray’s Lake Luzerne home, where the massive blaze broke out around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Warren County Coordinator Brian LaFlure said the fire was mostly contained to the second floor, with the first floor mainly suffering water damage.
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