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    BERKELEY — Federal prosecutors have filed felony gun charges in connection to a bizarre chain of events the followed a Jan. 13 crash near the border of Berkeley and Albany, according to court records. Raymond A. Rodriguez, 24, was charged this week with being a felon in possession of a firearm, court records show. Jail records say he has been in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin since the night of the crash, when he was arrested after running from the scene of a two-car crash. As a matter of fact, authorities contend that not only Rodriguez, but everyone associated with both cars ran from the accident — at least three people in total. While he was running, “frantic,” from the scene, Rodriguez allegedly stopped to exchange a hug with a woman who turned out to be the registered owner of the car he was driving, who was also fleeing, authorities...
    Also, he assured that it has not been easy to pay for the situation and that his family is willing to receive help, if someone wishes to support them. “If at some point you want to support, because yes it is costing us too much money, of course true, but there will be no account as such,” concluded Viviana Crespo in the Mexican show. According to his partner’s complaint, Ricardo Crespo sexually abused his 14-year-old daughter on more than one occasion and in several places. (Edgar Negrete / Clasos.com.mx) Ricardo Crespo broke the silence to defend himself against the accusations of his ex-wife through a press release. “I am confined and subject to investigation and detained for my alleged participation in the crime of corruption of a minor to the detriment of my own daughter,” the document can read. Crespo said he did not know the reason...
    More bad news for Jaume roures. Section 7 of the Barcelona Court has filed the complaint that the president of the Mediapro Group and the same production company had presented for alleged espionage against the former president of Barcelona Sandro Rosell. The Audience of Barcelona has dismissed the appeal that Roures and Mediapro had presented against the decision of the Investigating Court to archive the investigation about the club and Rosell, as well as Joan Carles Raventós, former CEO of Barça Licensing & Merchandising, among other club managers, and the former Director of Information Technology at Mediapro. The court finds that there is not enough evidence to support the alleged espionage that, according to Roures’ complaint, he was “induced, instigated or helped” by Rosell and Barça. In 2016, Mediapro filed a complaint against Rosell and Barça for a alleged continuing crime of disclosure of business secret,...
    The alleged Kenosha, Wisconsin, shooter is facing 6 charges for allegedly shooting and killing Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber during a riot in the city early Wednesday morning, according to an official complaint.  17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse has 6 charges against him: The first charge against Rittenhouse is First Degree Reckless Homicide, Use Of A Dangerous Weapon. The complaint alleges  Rittenhouse “did recklessly cause the death of Joseph D. Rosenbaum, under circumstances which show utter disregard for human life.” According to the complaint, the charge carries a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison if convicted.  The second charge is First Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety, Use of A Dangerous Weapon. Rittenhouse  allegedly “recklessly endanger[ed] the safety of Richard McGinnis, under circumstances which show utter disregard for human life.” This charge carries a maximum sentence of up to 17 years and 6 months or a fine of $25,000, or both.  The third...
    Chopard's co-owner has been accused of being the 'Ghislaine Maxwell' of the jewelry world after she allegedly 'pimped out' herself by being overtly sexual to rich male clients and suggested a female employee do the same, a federal sexual harassment complaint claims.  Desiree Gallas, a former public relations representative for Chopard, has alleged that her boss Caroline Scheufele would offer herself up sexually to wealthy men and implied she should do the same in order to sell high-end jewelry pieces.  The 38-year-old leveled her accusations against Chopard in a Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint that was first filed in October last year.   Gallus, who says she worked at the company for five years until she was fired in 2019, has accused her boss and Chopard of supporting a 'sex for dollars' culture and claimed her firing was retaliatory. It is not clear from the complaint if Scheufele or Gallus ever had sex with...
    THE LA Kings staffer behind the "Bailey the lion" mascot was suspended after the team was hit with a sexual harassment complaint. The complainant is a former employee of Kings Ice Crew, group of brand ambassadors who head up the NHL team's promotional programs. 4The LA Kings staffer behind the 'Bailey the lion' mascot was suspendedCredit: Getty Images 4Youppi of the Montreal Canadiens and Bailey of the Los Angeles Kings face-off during the 2019 NHL All-Star Mascot Showdown at the SAP Center on January 24, 2019Credit: Getty Images - Getty The woman alleged that Tim Smith, the senior manager of game presentation and events for the Kings, of sexually harassing her. She accused him of doing this verbally and physically before firing her when she complained, ESPN reported. “We will conduct a thorough investigation into this matter,” team officials said. “The employee in question has been suspended, effective immediately, pending...
    DVVALENCIA Updated: 07/23/2020 09: 37h Save “No irregularity with criminal relevance is observed.” Case closed by fast track. The Valencia Provincial Prosecutor’s Office has filed the complaint for alleged illegal financing filed against Vox in Valencia for not covering the facts “characters of criminal offense”, without prejudice to forwarding a copy of the complaint to the Court of Auditors in case it appreciates an administrative offense. The complaint was filed on July 8 by a former administration of the training chaired by Santiago Abascal in Valencia, which alleged that the party had received donations in violation of the regulation on financing of political parties and accused those responsible for the party in Valencia, Jose Maria Llanos and Joaquín Díaz , to manage «a box B» to pay for meals, outings and events. Llanos himself denied the accusations, which have now been disrupted by the Public Ministry. The Prosecutor’s...
    Madrid, Jul 23 (EFE) .- The judge of the National Court José de la Mata has admitted to process the complaint filed by former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa against the Spanish company Undercover Global, which he investigates for alleged espionage of the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. In a car, to which Efe has had access, the magistrate agrees to join this complaint to the cause in which he was already investigating the alleged espionage of Assange and that it will process in the “separate piece Correa”, and take a statement from the former president of Ecuador from his residence in Belgium, where he moved after finishing his term in 2017. The complaint is directed against the owner of Undercover, David Morales, already charged in the case, for crimes of discovery and disclosure of secrets, committed outside Spain, in France and Belgium. According to...
    A U.K. society magazine article which Kate Middleton's team said contained "a swathe of inaccuracies" has been reported to the country's press watchdog—but not by the palace, Newsweek can reveal. The Duchess of Cambridge's team hit out last week at "false misrepresentations" in an article that claimed she was "furious" about the increase in her workload since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back as senior royals. Tatler magazine also claimed the two sisters-in-law argued in the run-up to the 2018 royal wedding about whether Meghan's bridesmaids should wear tights. Queen Elizabeth Horse Riding Could Help U.K. Leave Lockdown, Insiders HopeRead more Kensington Palace has issued a legal letter to the magazine, whose publisher Condé Nast today insisted the complaint "has no merit." The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), which regulates Tatler, today told Newsweek it had received two complaints alleging inaccuracies in the coverage. A spokesperson confirmed: "As of...
    Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell has all but disappeared, according to lawyers. Representatives for victims of sex offender Epstein have attempted for months to locate Maxwell, who was the companion of Epstein and allegedly served as an integral part of his sex-trafficking operation. The lawyers have been attempting to contact Maxwell with complaints from an anonymous accuser, Jane Doe, but have been unable to find her. "[The plaintiff] has demonstrated that personally serving Maxwell is impracticable by making numerous diligent attempts to effectuate service -- to no avail," Doe's attorney Robert Glassman wrote in a filing in federal court, according to ABC News. FORMER EPSTEIN TEEN 'RECRUITER' REVEALS HOW FINANCIER LURED GIRLS IN NETFLIX DOC Maxwell has been named as co-defendant in several civil cases brought against Epstein for alleged sex-trafficking. Three women have now filed lawsuits against Epstein’s estate, valued at $634 million. Doe’s suit...
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