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Georgia resident and former Army Sergeant Akeisha Norris filed a civil lawsuit against rapper Young Dolph October, 14 2020, real name Adolph Thornton Jr. According to AllHipHip.com, Norris is seeking punitive damages, accusing the Memphis rapper of ruining her military career as she was relieved of duty after he posted a video of her twerking outside of an army vehicle, in her uniform, while on active duty in Kuwait!

It was said that Norris posted the video in September of 2018, to her account for fun. Young Dolph copied the video and shared it on his page to promote his album “Role Models” causing her to reach well over a million views and thousands of shares, eventually reaching her superiors. Norris was summoned then disciplined; the measures caused her to have a mental breakdown which eventually lead to her discharge. Norris’ lawyer Keith Altman stated “[Norris] was called before her superior officers and disciplined, leading to a mental breakdown. As a result, she was sent back to the United States and dismissed from the military,”

Norris claims that the incidents gave her PTSD by having her image and likeness without her consent, just to benefit Dolph financially. It was reported that she is also suing for “invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress. for compensatory damages for financial loss, damage to reputation, humiliation, mental anguish, and emotional distress. She is also seeking punitive damages against the individual defendants.”(allhiphop.com)

Jumping in front of cameras is fun, especially when it involves ratchet activity. At times its fun to post it online, and lots of times you will regret acting so wild once the alcohol wears off. If you have not taken anything away from a few of the recent posted articles, please take the time to think and be careful what you post online.


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‘Impossible to trace.’ Tech savvy dad may be holding daughter captive in WA, cops say

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A father accused of kidnapping his teenage daughter 17 months ago could be holding her captive in Washington, but his technology skills are making it hard for authorities to find him, officials say.

Authorities say John Oliver Westbrook kidnapped his daughter, Daphne Westbrook, 17, in October 2019 from Chattanooga, Tennessee, according to a news release posted on Facebook by the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office in Tennessee.

Investigators say Westbrook is holding Daphne against her will and they’re struggling to locate them because he is “an IT expert specializing in security, block chain technology and bitcoin.”

Brooke WolfordFri, March 5, 2021, 5:41 AM