Bleona Qereti is not shy! We know this because she stepped out in an unbelievable sheer gown at this year’s American Music Awards.
The 35-year-old star of the reality TV programme, Euros of Hollywood, definitely wins the award for the most outrageous look of the night.
Bleona is apparently known as the “Madonna of Albania”, but we’re not sure Madge would approve.
One false move and Bleona’s modesty, what little remained, would be gone!
The cheeky star, who wore the daring dress with a pair of sky-high stilettos, even wore a tiny thong underneath.
It’s not the best red carpet look we’ve seen.
A 13-year-old boy raped a girl of the same age following a sex education class – before telling her: “You can go now.”
School chiefs are investigating the teaching of sex in lessons after the girl was attacked by her fellow pupil immediately afterwards.
The teenager admitted once charge of rape.
Dolgellau Youth Court, North Wales, heard the boy asked the 13-year-old girl if she wanted to ‘try sex.’
The young girl repeatedly said “No”, but the schoolboy held his classmate down and raped her.
The boy, now 15, was put on a 12-month referral order and must sign on the sex offenders list for 30 months.
The assault took place in a state secondary school in the county of Gwynedd.
Education officials said they are working with police and other agencies to find out what lessons can be learned in the teaching of sex education safely in schools.
A Gwynedd Council spokesperson said: “Safeguarding the welfare of the county’s children is a key priority for us.”
The sex attack came to light a year after the incident when an attentive school nurse realised the young girl appeared unhappy.
She asked if anything was worrying her and the teenage girl told her about the rape following her sex education class.
The boy is now in foster care and no longer lives in the area. He will have to register with police where he is living and where he travels for the next two-and-a-half years.
Katie Russell, from the rape survivor charity Rape Crisis England and Wales, said: “The fact this happened after a sex education class is something I am sure gives concern about the teaching of sex education in school.
“I would say it highlights the importance of teaching sex and relationships education in schools that focuses not just on the biology and mechanics of sex but about emotions and consent, respect and relationships.”
Prosecutors said the boy initially said his victim had consented, but then made a full confession and said it happened when he just had his 13th birthday.
District Judge Andrew Shaw told the boy that under the law a girl could not consent to sex if she were under 16.
He added: “She was too young and you should not have done what you did.
“You have to tell the police where you live and where you are for the next two-and-a half years,”
The boy will have three meetings a week with the youth offending team for the first three months and once a week meetings for the remainder of the order.
An Ohio lawyer is under criminal investigation for hypnotizing a female client during meetings and directing her to engage in a series of sexual activities while in a trance and under his control, police report.
The probe of Michael Fine, 57, was detailed yesterday in an emergency court motion filed by the Lorain County Bar association, which is seeking an immediate suspension of the lawyer, who has been practicing for more than 30 years.
According to the court records, a second woman recently told police that she believed that Fine sought to hypnotize her during meetings in his
After being told by cops that “more definite evidence” was needed, the woman recorded her next two telephone conversations with Fine, and provided the tapes to police. As described by Thomas, one of the October recordings begins with a discussion of the woman’s court case, “but when Fine learns she is alone, he places her in a trance.” What follows, Thomas noted, “is of an explicit sexual nature, wherein he induces her into multiple orgasms.”
The bar association motion charges that Fine (pictured above) used “code” words to induce “Jane Doe” to “enter a trance-like stage.” While his client was hypnotized, Fine told her that she was “being made love to by the world’s greatest lover” and that he was her “teacher.” The attorney also assured “Jane Doe” that she “will appear normal and only remember their discussions regarding legal matters,” Thomas stated.
An October 21 phone call followed a similar script, with Fine inducing “Jane Doe” into a trance after a “short conversation about her case.” During the call, Thomas reported, Fine told the woman he would cause her “horniness and arousal and excitement” and a “life-changing experience.” The bar association complaint adds Fine told the woman that their encounters were “a secret and no one’s going to know, right.” Fine, who directed the woman to bring a vibrator to their next office meeting, ended the call by saying, “You’ll only recollect what we were talking about your case until we see each other tomorrow. Do you understand?”
Armed with the audio recordings, criminal investigators fitted “Jane Doe” withaudio and video recording devices in advance of a November 7 meeting in Fine’s office.
As agents monitored the sting operation, Fine hypnotized “Jane Doe” and directed her to sit on a couch. “Fine begins sexual dialogue, explaining sexual acts that he will do for her,” Thomas reported. Cops busted into the room as Fine was seated next to the woman “holding and massages her hand and rubs her shoulders.”
As recounted in the bar association motion, Fine told the woman that “you will insist to me that I touch you in any way that brings you pleasure,” and that “you are free to touch yourself. To play with yourself. To get yourself off. Have every experience that you so crave and desire.” The lawyer also told “Jane Doe” that “you are going to demand that I touch you and you touch me. Do you understand?”
State investigators provided bar association officials with copies of telephone recordings made by “Jane Doe” and a DVD of her November 7 office meeting with Fine.
A second female client, identified in court filings as “Jane Doe 2,” has alleged that Fine “was attempting to hypnotize her” during meetings in his office. The woman, who hired Fine in September to represent her in a divorce action, told bar officials that he repeatedly discussed “relaxation and meditation techniques” with her.
During one meeting, “Jane Doe 2” recalled, Fine sat beside her and touched her fingers, forearm, and forehead. He asked if her arms felt “weightless” and directed her to “place her finger tips together and imagine two green dots coming together.” Fine then told her to focus on his voice while he counted down from ten, saying that she would experience a “wave of relaxation” that would cause leave her eyes feeling heavy. He added that she should “think of a happy place–the sounds, the smell, etc..”
The woman reported that in her after-hours meetings with Fine he would comment on “her looks and physical appearance” and asked about the nature of her sexual activity with her husband, including whether they had “rough sex.”
“Jane Doe 2” added that she “felt the loss of time during her meetings…as she cannot recall how so much time passed during the meetings for what she remembers discussing.”
After recently learning that Fine no longer worked at his law firm, “Jane Doe 2” told one of Fine’s former partners that she “felt as though she might have been hypnotized,” the attorney recommended that she contact the local prosecutor’s office (where she subsequently met with Investigator Thomas).
“Jane Doe 2” told bar association officials that she felt “creepy and disgusted” by Fine’s conduct, and was sick that he “picked her out” after she was “so upset and distraught about her marital situation when she went to him.”
In seeking Fine’s immediate suspension, the Lorain bar association argues in its Ohio Supreme Court that the attorney “poses a substantial threat of serious harm to the public.” Fine is married to a court reporter and is the father of two daughters.
There’s no harm in looking, right? In this case, there may be harm in NOT looking.
In this nifty little video, a woman dons some workout clothes and walks around the streets of New York. But her pants are equipped with a hidden camera thats meant to catch passersby — both men and women — gawking at her posterior.
The lighthearted video captures dozens of people on the street looking in the direction of the camera. It’s hard to tell if they’re actually honed in on the model’s butt, or if they just happen to be looking in her direction.
But the butt of the joke is actually that this is a PSA for Movemeber, which promotes men’s health awareness. The video ends with a call out for “gentlemen” to “check out [their] own butt” — i.e., have their prostate checked.
You’d better hope your kid is actually good at Call of Duty — or he’ll be losing a lot of blood.
Blood Sport is a device that draws real blood every time you’re shot in your video game. If its Kickstarter is successful, it’ll raise the stakes in shooters forever, and save a whole lot of lives in the process.
Creators Jonathon Root and James Jarvis plan to bring the machine to gaming events in Canada, where they will collect precious gamer blood to be donated to blood banks across the country.
Here’s how it works, according to Kickstarter:
“It’s stupidly simple. Remember the rumble pack? Well, nowadays most video game controllers rumble when you get shot in the game. That rumbling means that an electrical signal is being sent to the controller to let you know you’ve been hit. All we’re doing is re-routing that same electrical signal and using it to turn on the blood collection system.”
Whenever the controller shakes, you lose blood. The machine, which is still just a prototype, measures how much blood is actually drawn, “so that Blood Sport powers down before you do.”
Root’s ambitious project would also pit gaming celebrities against one another to prove they’re the best — or pay in blood.
He hopes to raise $250,000 over the next year to make Blood Sport a reality. So far, backers have donated just over $3,000.