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A Pennsylvania school security guard was arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a teen girl.

Last week, police arrested 35-year-old L’Toray Hill, who worked at Walnut Street Elementary School in Darby, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Police booked Hill for allegedly sexually abusing a now 19-year-old teen girl. The teen says she met Hill when she was eight and in third grade at Walnut Elementary, The New York Post reports. She says she saw him as a “father figure,” an obtained affidavit states.

The affidavit goes on to state Hill told the girl she was “his wife and his girl,” and said “you’re all mine” and “no one else can have you.” He allegedly told the child at the time that he would marry her. When she was 14, Hill tried to kiss her, she rejected. When she turned 16, she worked at a camp where Hill was a counselor. During their time there, Hill molested her on a bus trip home from Jersey Shore, the court document states.

“I kept my distance until it was time, when you were older, then I would feel comfortable enough to tell you how I feel,” the man allegedly told the teen, according to local news station KYW-TV. At the age of 16, the victim says she and Hill began a “dating situation,” which included sexual intercourse. The illegal relationship went on for more than a year. The outlet reports that the two would have sexual relations on school district properties.

The teen says she called off the relationship in November 2018 because Hill started getting “too controlling and jealous.”

William Penn School District initially suspended Hill with pay and said he was “without access to [d]istrict resources, pending investigation of these allegations.” He’s now been charged with three counts of institutional sexual assault, indecent assault with a person less than 16 years old, and related offenses. He was released from jail after posting 10 percent of his $75,000 bail. Hill is scheduled to appear in a preliminary hearing on Feb. 3.




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RIP: Reggae Legend Bunny Wailer Dead at 73

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Reggae legend Bunny Wailer passed away from natural causes in a hospital in Kingston, Jamaica on Tuesday, March 2, his manager, Maxine Stowe, confirmed to the Jamaica Observer newspaper. He was 73.

The musician struggled with speech impediments following his first minor stroke in 2018. He suffered his second stroke in July 2020.

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Born Neville O’Riley Livingston in Kingston, Bunny (in black tee) is best known as an original member of The Wailers, along with his childhood pal Bob Marley (in green jacket) and Peter Tosh (not pictured), in the early 1960s.

He sang on tracks like “Reincarnated Souls”, “Burnin'”, “Pass it On”, and “Hallelujah Time.” He went solo in 1973, following the success of the band’s major-label debut album Catch a Fire.

Bunny released singles including “Dreamland”, “Dancing Shoes”, “Searching For Love”, “Life Line” and “Bide Up”, while he also reworked a string of The Wailers’ hits for his 1980 project Bunny Wailer Sings the Wailers.

Bunny won three Grammy Awards (Best Reggae Album) for 1991’s Time Will Tell: A Tribute to Bob Marley, Crucial! Roots Classics in 1995, and 1997’s Hall of Fame: A Tribute to Bob Marley’s 50th Anniversary.

Bunny was considered a national treasure in his native Jamaica, and was awarded the Order of Jamaica in 2012, and the Order of Merit in 2017.
 

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Trump Campaign Donated $3.5 Million To “Stop The Steal” Rally That Led To Capitol Riot

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A new report has discovered that the Trump campaign donated $3.5 million to the “Stop the Steal” rally, which led to the deadly Capitol riot.

The report conducted by the Center for Responsive Politics found that the organizers of the January 6th “Stop the Steal” protests received more than $3.5 million from the Trump campaign and its associated fundraising committees.

The new findings stemmed from a review of recent Federal Election Commission filings by OpenSecrets, an arm of the Center for Responsive Politics.

OpenSecrets also discovered that at least three individuals listed on permit records for the “Stop the Steal” rally worked for the Trump campaign through the end of November 2020. It was also unveiled that the Trump campaign made payments to a company named Event Strategies, Inc., which was also named on the permit for the rally. The company was also found to employ two people involved in the January 6th rally.

The “Stop the Steal” rally progressed into the deadly Capitol riot that left five dead, including a Capitol police officer.




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Tyrese Gibson’s estranged wife dispenses advice about dating famous men

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Samantha Lee Gibson is dispensing valuable advice about dating famous men. The soon-to-be ex-wife of troubled singer Tyrese Gibson says don’t do it.

Samantha, who shares a 2-year-old daughter with the 42-year-old singer/actor, is advising women to steer clear of famous men.

The single mom took to Instagram to explain that famous men are unwilling to compromise because they have too many dating options.

When asked if she would date someone else famous, she responded with an emphatic “NO!”

Samantha confessed that women want to be with famous men for the notoriety, but that’s not where your worth or validation comes from.
 

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