Lia Marie Johnson is an actress, singer. Over the years Lia has used YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat to amass a legion of fans.
However, 6 months ago Lia Marie Johnson turned 18-years-old, so the demographic in her fan base has started to diminish. No doubt in an effort to make up for this loss in her following, Lia just “accidentally” leaked these nude selfshot photos to the Web.
While scantily clad selfies may have helped heighten the profiles of social media marvels like Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian, they’re probably not the best career move when it comes to those in corporate America.
This is a lesson that a 23-year-old Chicago resident learned the hard way. After landing a job at a St. Charles, Ill. company earlier this month, he mistakenly sent two naked selfies over the course of three days to the human resources manager who offered him the position.
Immediately upon receipt, the HR manager phoned the police. “My understanding is they’ve rescinded the offer of employment,” local police chief Michael Ruth told The Chicago Tribune.
According to a police report, the applicant admitted to sending the racy pics, but explained that they were meant for someone else. “[Police] advised the offender to cease any contact with the victim,” according to the report.
“We’re seeing it much more often now with our young people sending inappropriate photos of themselves,” Ruth says of a noted increase in sexting-related complaints. “The next thing you know, it takes on a life of its own.”
Police in Pembroke Pines, Florida, have released an official “Incident Summary” after employees of a local Arby’s allegedly harshed on the five-O:
Pembroke Pines Police Chief Dan Giustino says he will be “contacting the Arby’s CEO to demand an apology.”
One is reminded, of course, of the classic scene in the seminal 2001 film Super Troopers in which Vermont highway patrol officer Rod Farva becomes enraged when a “Dimpus Burger” employee fails to understand his order, conspires to fill his burger with spit, and sabotages his soda such that it spills comically on his (Farva’s) shirt.
“Anyone with information regarding this incident,” PPPD’s release says, “is urged to contact the Pembroke Pines Police Department at 954-431-2200, email to Tips@ppines.com, or call Crimestoppers at 954-493-TIPS.”
Update, 12:55 p.m.: Pembroke PD reports that two Arby’s executives, including CEO Paul Brown, contacted Chief Giustino to apologize.
A Calgary woman whose car was stolen thought her luck had changed when police called to say it was found and would be returned.
Now, she’s wondering how they could have missed the cocaine and knife in the front seat, and the crack pipe sitting in plain view in the back.
Courtney Pickering’s 2014 Dodge Dart was stolen last week, from the alleyway behind her home. To make matters worse, her purse was inside, allowing the thief or thieves to drain her bank account by using the tap function on her bank card.
A couple of days later, police called Pickering to say the vehicle had been found, and she could collect it after forensics finished going over it.
As soon as she opened her car at the impound lot, she found a knife in the front passenger door, a lead pipe and garbage on the floor mats, and four stolen ID’s in the glove box.
In the car’s cup holder, she found a small bag of cocaine.
“And I went to the impound guy, ‘Is this normal? Like, what do I do with this?’ He was like ‘Just throw it on the ground, throw it on the ground!” she told CTV Calgary.
When she looked in the back, she found a crack pipe on the seat.
“A crack pipe on the seat where my son’s car seat is usually on, right there, out in the open. So I grabbed that and threw it out of my car and I just lost my mind a little bit, like what is going on? I don’t understand,” she recounted.
Pickering took a cellphone video of what she found, and then left her car for police to check again and remove the evidence. The vehicle was then towed to a repair shop where Pickering searched her car again.
That’s when she noticed the butt of a gun under the seat.
“At this point, I can’t tell if it’s real or fake, but all I know is my hands have been on too many illegal things in the past 24 hours and I didn’t want anymore,” she said.
The gun turned out to be a pellet gun, but Pickering is still angry. She has now filed a complaint with the Professional Standards Section of the Calgary Police. She says she hopes the complaint will prevent similar situations from occurring again.
“I’m trying to make enough noise so that hopefully maybe it’ll affect that one officer or even anyone in their day-to-day operations,” she said.
The Calgary Police Service tells CTV News that a stolen vehicle’s interior is not always checked; it depends on the situation, but they admit it’s unusual to have drugs and weapons left inside.
Police officials say an investigation has been launched into Pickering’s complaint. They are also investigating the vehicle theft, going over the security video at the stores where her bank card was used. No arrests have yet been made.
As for Pickering, she is still driving a rental car while her own car gets a thorough cleaning.
Sobrino Valdeci Picanto, 59, was arrested in Apore, Goiás, Brazil, for raping several women attending his church. He gave as an excuse that his penis had been consecrated with “divine semen of the Holy Spirit.”
Valdecir came to abuse some elderly, and defends himself by saying that ‘he had an encounter with Jesus in a brothel and gave him the mission of spreading the sacred semen throughout the state, beginning with the faithful Apore Assembly, of which he is responsible’.
According to KGO-TV, the doll had been placed in a car seat. There was no word on why the doll was there or whether police were able to speak with the car’s owner.
“Fortunately, it was not a baby or small child,” Oakland police spokeswoman Johnna Watson told ABC News. “We encourage anyone who believes there is a dangerous situation such as this incident to contact emergency personnel so we can make that determination.”