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    The German Swimming Federation (DSV) indefinitely suspended coach Stefan Lurz after he several of the athletes who were under his orders accused him of sexual harassment. The magazine “Der Spiegel”, which brought the case to light, returns on the subject in its edition this weekend and collects testimonies of five swimmers. A swimmer claims that the coach grabbed her breasts and crotch and he urged her to touch him while he masturbated. Another received photos showing a penis and nude photos. Lurz, moreover, would have done photos of her pupils in a bathing suit and would have asked them to display erotic poses. The magazine claims to have erotic messages sent by Lurz to swimmers minors. Lurz reacted to the new complaints that have been haunting him for ten years and declared that “they are not more substantiated or become true despite the fact that they are constantly repeated....
    Dear Moneyist, I pay my gardener $100 per month. He or one of his employees comes once a week on Mondays, and does a pretty good job. When the weather is rainy, he does not come until it is dry, so sometimes there is a week where he does not service my lawn. The Moneyist:My sister became my late father’s power of attorney, took out a reverse mortgage on his home, and drained his equity. What can I do? There have been one or two times over the past couple years where he did not come, and for no apparent reason. He typically comes when I’m working, and he often sends an employee, so I don’t have a chance to ask why he didn’t come. Should I still pay the $100 for a month where he misses a week because of rain? What about for the week he didn’t...
    Rudy Giuliani denied that he was asking individuals for $2 million in order to get President Donald Trump to pardon them.   'The claims that I asked for, or received, any compensation for a pardon for myself or anyone else is false, defamatory, and malicious,' Giuliani tweeted Monday.  Giuliani was responding to a story from Sunday's New York Times that detailed how more than three dozen lobbyists and lawyers have cashed in considerably by charging fees to sway the president to issue pardons.  Rudy Giuliani, photographed on January 6 at the infamous 'Save America' rally, denied Monday that he was asking individuals for $2 million in order to get them pardoned by President Donald Trump  In a tweet Monday afternoon, Rudy Giuliani denied reporting by The New York Times. He said the claims he had been selling presidential pardons were 'false, defamatory, and malicious'  Trump is expected to use his...
    Dear Moneyist, I have a 23-year-old son who lives at home and he works a full-time job. He pays $300 a month, which I put in a savings account. Is it unreasonable to tell him that, once he turns 26, he will need to move out? It makes me uncomfortable that I have to tell him this. I feel like it is wrong, but a part of me knows that he needs to explore life and I don’t want to hinder him. He is a good young man, but he also needs to learn. I also talk to him about money management, savings and investing, but the investing I am learning myself so I can’t really teach. He has saved $10,000 and it’s in a money-market account. What can he do to help maximize the money he has saved? And how should I invest the money he is...
    Dear Amy: I have been cohabitating with my partner for four years. He is thoughtful, kind, and generous — when he is sober. Sadly, he is an alcoholic. We met when he was sober, and I fell head over heels. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  I did not fully understand the destructiveness of his disease until he relapsed about one year into our relationship. He has relapsed multiple times since. When he relapses, he will follow a similar pattern: He will build up resentments and stress. Then one day, I will come home and he will be drinking. I will feel hurt and betrayed, he will say I don’t understand him. He will attack my son and criticize my parenting. Then he will feel ashamed and say that I should leave him. He will lie in bed for three days binge-drinking vodka. I tell him I need him to...
    TIGER King star Joe Exotic has penned a desperate letter to Kim Kardashian professing his innocence and begging Donald Trump to pardon him, The Sun can reveal. Joe, who is serving 22 years in prison after being convicted of hiring a hitman to kill nemesis Carole Baskin, is hoping that Trump will grant him a pardon before he leaves office in January.  7Exotic is serving time in FMC Fort Worth in Texas and has accused the prison of poor treatment by staff and lack of medical care insideCredit: AP:Associated Press In the handwritten letter to the reality star, shared with The Sun, Joe writes: "I know you have never met me and may never want to. "However, I do believe that you hold the values of our justice system dear to your heart." Joe begged her in the letter to "take 10 minutes" out of her busy schedule...
    President Donald Trump refused to say if he still has confidence in Bill Barr after the attorney general shot down his mass voter fraud claims in connection with his 2020 election loss. Trump took questions from reporters on Thursday as he presented Lou Holtz with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. At one point, Trump was asked why he still hasn’t conceded to Joe Biden now that Barr has said that the Department of Justice has “not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election.” “He hasn’t done anything, He hasn’t looked,” Trump answered. “When he looks, he’ll see the kind of evidence right now you’re seeing in the Georgia senate.” Trump went on to call it a “disappointment” as he recycled several of his unsubstantiated claims of “massive fraud” in the battleground states. Eventually, Trump was asked “Do you still have confidence...
    GEORGES ST-PIERRE has admitted he "would never dare" ask Khabib to come out of retirement - to let him mourn for his father. Russian Khabib, 32, who quickly dispatched American Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 last night, announced afterwards he had vowed to his mother he would retire if he took his unbeaten fight record to 29-0. 4Georges St-Pierre has said he would never ask Khabib to come of retirement and fight him out of respect for him to mourn the death of his fatherCredit: Twitter / @espnmma 4Khabib on his way to victory against Justin Gaethje last nightCredit: Handout - Getty She had asked him to quit after the passing of his father Abdulmanap to Covid-19 earlier this year. And St-Pierre, 39, showed his class as he rejected what would have been a mega-millions clash with Khabib - by rejecting offers to demand the Russian makes a U-turn and...
    Dear Amy: My husband was recently laid off from a company he’d worked at for 15 years. He also recently had surgery. He also has high blood pressure. While I am the primary income earner, if his income is not replaced, it will require us to make changes in some key expenses. I have tried to give him time to process this, even though I am the kind of person who (for good or bad) moves straight into solutions. It has been eight weeks since the layoff, and when I forward a job opening that looks interesting, or try to talk about him networking, he asks me not to, saying it increases his stress. Related Articles Ask Amy: She insists that ‘as a white Christian’ she can say these things Ask Amy: Here’s the story of a fed-up lady Ask Amy: I thought he...
    Dear Moneyist, My husband and I recently bought a home and some furniture on “easy monthly installments.” My husband is the breadwinner, but I contribute as I work part time. My in-laws live overseas and have a large property; they are building a home for us to live in. For the last two and a half years, my husband has contributed more to his parents’ property development than what he pays for our home in the U.S. I asked him why he did that. He said that I would not have permitted him to give that kind of money to his parents. I said, “Probably not, but I would have probably agreed to a smaller amount.” I told him that I too have desires to make investments, plan for our future and wear nice jewelry. He said it’s his duty to contribute. Should my husband’s contribution be compulsory?...
    Dear Amy: I have been in a long-distance relationship for a year. My boyfriend and I live in different countries. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  We used to meet once a month, but since the pandemic, we have not seen one another for seven months. We keep in constant communication through texting, video calls and voice messages. This has helped to maintain our bond. Unfortunately, when we have a very simple misunderstanding, he withdraws and goes silent on me for days — even for a week — where he won’t answer my calls or respond to text messages. Related Articles Ask Amy: I was trying to spy on my fiance and I got into trouble Ask Amy: Our whole family knows the secret except for unsuspecting dad Ask Amy: If I quit Facebook, this horrible man wins Ask Amy: I found...
    KAI HAVERTZ will tell Bayer Leverkusen bosses that he wants to seal a move to Chelsea when he returns to training on Thursday, according to reports. The playmaker has agreed personal terms with the Blues believed to be around £7.1million-a-year on a five-year contract. 2Havertz will tell club bosses he wants a move to Chelsea on Thursday Leverkusen are already resigned to losing their star man as he plots playing on the biggest stage of all in the Champions League. LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool scores on final day and win £100   And Bild journalist Christian Falk claims the 21-year-old will make it abundantly clear he wants a switch to London with the two clubs still haggling over a price. He wrote on Twitter: "When the training starts again at Bayer Leverkusen on Thursday, Havertz wants to talk with his club. ...
    TYSON FURY has revealed the hilarious reason he tried to FaceTime Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn recently. At the start of June, AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn revealed he and the WBA, IBF and WBO king had missed a couple of calls from the WBC champ. 2 Fury joked Joshua was too scared to answer the phone to him when he was on the wind-up And the undefeated Gypsy King has revealed he was on the wind-up and was even going to offer his services as a commentator for Hearn’s upcoming shows in the Essex garden of his Matchroom office. Fury told IFL: “I FaceTimed Eddie to talk about maybe fighting in his back garden against a featherweight or any other job on commentary, I was bored and he is usually good for the craic. “I phoned AJ for the same and to ask him how training was going but neither...
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