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The founder of the dating service site “Sugar Daddy” was arrested in Malaysia for alleged prostitution and then was rearrested hours later after he was accused of raping a “sugar baby.”

According to the New York Post, authorities arrested the 34-year-old on Wednesday but did not mention his name. The day before his service, Sugarbook was barred from operating on Malaysia’s internet networks.

Although he was not named, it’s widely believed that the individual involved is Darren Chan. The name also matches the social media profile, which lists his name as the Sugarbook founder and CEO.

When he was originally arrested, it was because of allegations of prostitution on the site. The site is transparent on its mission– to match university students with “fully loaded” rich men.

Chan was later released after his hearing at Shah Alam Court on Thursday. But hours later, authorities picked him up on allegations that he had raped a woman in February 2019.

Police have since received “74 police reports nationwide in connection with this case,” Selangor’s Senior Assistant Commander Datuk Fadzil Ahmat told the Star.

Before his arrest, Chan tweeted about Malaysia banning the service and site.

“Although we do not have any form of nudity, adult content nor prostitution, we’ve lost the battle,” he wrote in a statement. “We believe that our Malaysian government knows what’s best for the people.”

Chan will return to court on Friday.




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Missouri, Kansas Legislators Propose Anti-Transgender Bills That Would Make It Illegal For Doctors To Perform Gender-Reassignment Services To People Under 18; LGBTQ Advocates Fight Back

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LGBTQ advocates are trying to stop proposed anti-transgender bills from passing in Missouri and Kansas.

Legislators in Missouri and Kansas have proposed bills that would make it illegal for doctors in the states to perform gender-reassignment services, procedures, or surgeries for transgender children under 18, according to KSHB’s Sarah Place. The American Civil Liberties Union and LGBTQ advocates are pushing back against the move.

The bills called Kansas House Bill 2210 and Missouri House Bill 33 would also make it illegal to prescribe puberty blockers and hormone therapy. Currently, gender reassignment procedures are only available to people older than 18, according to NBC 52. The bill would also ban parents from helping or supporting their children who are undergoing medical treatments. If parents do support their children, they can be reported to the state children’s division.

While lawmakers claim they are protecting children, advocates say they are putting children in danger. “Our kids hear that,” Shira Berkowitz with PROMO Missouri says, “and we’re doing everything we can to make sure they’re supported by their parents, by the adults in their lives, and know there is a much larger support system for them than these bills set to attack them.”




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Texas school scraps ‘Rules for Chivalry’ lessons following public backlash

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Divorce rates have spiked in America during the Covid-19 lockdowns. The divorce rate, normally the highest in the world, is 34 percent higher from March through June compared to 2019, according to the NY Post.

One Texas school teacher hoped a new lesson would help change the relationship dynamics between males and females that lead to higher divorce rates.

Titled “Rules for Chivalry”, the class assignment teaches young students how to be proper ladies and gentlemen.

The rules for girls include “dress in a feminine manner to please men”, “address all men respectfully by title” and “obey any reasonable request by a male”.

Additionally, girls are instructed to “walk behind men”, not to “criticize men” or “complain or whine”.

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There were also a set of rules for boys, instructing them to “dress in jackets and ties or suits”, “treat ladies with respect”, “show courtesy and assist women”, assist ladies to seat themselves at a table, and “pay for all expenses during dates”.

These rules are routinely taught to children in other cultures where the divorce rates are significantly lower than in America.

Despite the fact that the rules have proven effective in other cultures, the class was canceled due to the fierce public backlash.

The Shallowater school district released a statement saying the assignment “does not reflect our district and community values. The matter has been addressed with the teacher, and the assignment was removed.”

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Rep. Eric Swalwell Sues Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani And Others For Capitol Riot: “I Thought I Was Going To Die”

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Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democrat from California, is suing former President Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Mo Brooks from Alabama, claiming that they all incited the violence that occurred on January 6th during the U.S. Capitol Riot.

According to the New York Post, Swalwell claims Trump and his cronies violated civil rights by attempting to block the political process and the peaceful transfer of presidential power.

The suit was filed in federal court in Washington, D.C. on Friday, and follows Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson, who also sued Trump weeks ago, claiming he launched a drawn-out attempt to overturn the election results.

Swalwell’s suit alleges Trump and the other defendants violated local laws in D.C. by inciting the mob to storm the nation’s Capitol while his own Vice President Mike Pence was in the Senate chamber working to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election.

“As a direct and foreseeable consequence of the Defendants’ false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft, and in direct response to the Defendants’ express calls for violence at the rally, a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol,” Swalwell’s suit stated.

The post Rep. Eric Swalwell Sues Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani And Others For Capitol Riot: “I Thought I Was Going To Die” appeared first on Baller Alert.


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