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Nirvana Baby Strikes Again with New Complaint Over Naked Album Images

There are few people who are not familiar with the cover of the famous ‘Nevermind’ album by Nirvana. The breakthrough release shows a baby floating naked in a pool of water chasing a dollar bill and, literally, letting it all hang out.  The subject of the photo is now a grown man. Spencer Elden, has long been involved in a legal battle against the group claiming the photo “constitutes child pornography”. A California judge granted a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, but now Elden is reigniting the battle.  Elden’s legal team were granted “one last opportunity” to present an amended claim to the judge. They have come forward with new “images and materials which reveal the ‘Nevermind’ creators’ made deliberate choices to commercialize and exploit the sexually explicit photo lasciviously depicting Spencer’s genitals,” say Elden’s attorneys.  “This unprecedented album cover is perhaps the first and only time a child’s full-frontal nudity has been used to sell a product,” the legal team went on to say in their statement. “Spencer’s image constitutes child pornography and each of the Nirvana Defendants robbed our client of his dignity and privacy.” The suit is being reopened against then Nirvana band members Dave Grohl, Chad...
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The Cause of Death of Tampa Rays Bullpen Catcher has Been Revealed

Shockwaves rippled through the sports world earlier this month when Tampa Rays bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez passed away.  The team’s bullpen catcher was in the prime of his coaching career, working for a major league baseball team and making hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.  However, financial success does not always equate to personal happiness, as evidenced by the results of the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s autopsy of the catcher’s body.  The Medical Examiner’s Office revealed that Ramirez died by suicide.  Details of the Death The Tampa Bay Times reports Ramirez’s body was found in a large field near his childhood home in Fort Worth, Texas.  His body was discovered adjacent to a creek bed.  Ramirez was only 28-years-old.   Ramirez worked for the Rays for nearly half a decade prior to his death.  He was a minor league player in the Rays system until 2018.  The Rays released him during his minor league stint, but he returned to the team to serve as the squad’s bullpen catcher in the ’20-’21 season.  In fact, Ramirez was still working as the team’s bullpen catcher at the time of his death.   Though it has been revealed that Ramirez committed suicide, little else...
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Bachelorette’ Alum Clint Arlis Found Dead

Clint Arlis, a former contestant on the television show, Bachelorette, has passed away.  The announcement of Clint’s death was made by his sister, Taylor Lulek.  Clint was just 34-years-old at the time of his death. Taylor took to Facebook to reveal the bad news, stating, “It is with great sadness, to tell you that my family has lost my best friend and older brother Clint on the morning of January 11th.  Please respect our family’s privacy as we try to cope with this great loss.” What is the Cause of Death? Taylor hinted that she might provide details about the final days of her brother’s life at some point in the future.  She also mentioned the details pertaining to his service will be provided in the days ahead.  However, Taylor did not provide any indication as to the cause of death.   Clint appeared on the Bachelorette season highlighted by Kaitlyn Bristowe.  He is best known for his mantra of “Villains gotta vil.”  Nick Viall, Clint’s former co-star, chimed in on his death, describing the Bachelorette contestant as a “talented, very kind, and unique” individual.   Viall went on to state, “Just heard about the passing of Clint Arlis.  I got a...
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Billionaire’s Yacht Sinks in Bahamas Accident

The yacht of billionaire JR Ridinger no longer exists.  A collision in the waters of the Bahamas caused the yacht to sink, rendering it irretrievable and worthless.  The Utopia IV superyacht was worth a staggering $51 million.   A Look at the Accident The superyacht dropped to the bottom of the ocean as a result of a rear-end collision with a gas tanker that occurred on Christmas Eve in the Bahamas.  The gas tanker dubbed “Tropic Breeze” was struck by the superyacht, sending both vessels to the bottom.  Early reports state the Utopia IV collided with the gas tanker’s stern.  The accident occurred at 10 p.m. by New Providence Island. The owner of the ship, Maritime Management, reported to the Caribbean National Weekly that the impact of the collision pierced the tanker’s stern, and it sank to the bottom of the ocean floor.  It is estimated that the ocean floor is at a depth of 2,000 feet.   There is a chance that the collision will result in considerable environmental damage.  However, the silver lining is that the tanker’s non-persistent materials, including gasoline, are lighter than water, meaning it will evaporate when subjected to air along the surface of the water. The...
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Territorial Pissings: Unknown Man Throws Urine at Dog Walkers in Chicago

It’s a saga that’s kept the quiet suburb of Andersonville on edge for months now. In a series of strange attacks, an unidentified man has terrorized local dog walkers with urine of unknown origin. The first reported incident occurred on December 7, at 8:26 PM. A 48-year-old woman was walking her dog when someone approached her and threw a cup of urine at her face and body. According to local Alderman Andre Vasquez, however, the attacks have been occurring since this past summer. He believes that many incidents have gone unreported. Several weeks later, on December 30, at 2 PM, a witness reported seeing a man hurl an “unknown substance” at a woman and her two dogs. “We have neighbors on the block with seeing-eye dogs. We don’t want this to happen to anyone, but God forbid it happens to someone who needs their service animal,” Vasquez told local news station CBS 2. “We want to make sure this is being handled expeditiously and that we get a resolution soon.” As of last week, local police still had not captured the man.  One victim, Katie Lyons of Andersonville, shared her story with CBS Chicago. She reported walking her dogs and...
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