Juan is so angry with the Bachelor production team,” a source tells Us Weekly of the vilified reality star. He’s been peeved ever since “Bachelor” wrapped shooting four months ago, in fact. “He’s had major tension with them since right when he got back from filming,” the insider explains. “Juan thought they gave him no privacy and wanted to know too much about his personal life and what he was doing all the time.
Superintendent Michael McVey, 50, was charged with tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice in the aftermath of the incident at the center of the case: the sexual assault of a drunken 16-year-old girl by two high school football players after a booze-fueled party in August 2012.
Rupert Murdoch has filed for divorce from his wife, a News Corp. spokesperson confirms.
The two have been married since 1999. The News Corp. chairman met Wendi Deng at a party when she was an intern at the company’s Star TV in Hong Kong. The wedding took place on a yacht in New York Harbor. Now 82 years old, the senior Murdoch has two daughters (aged 11 and 9) with Wendi.
The present day Japanese are the mixed descendants of the archipelago’s earliest settlers Jomon-jin and the late-comers Yayoi-jin who crossed the strait from the Korean peninsula, according to a genetic analysis. The researchers from the Graduate University for Advanced Studies [Sokendai] of Kanagawa prefecture [Japan] published the results of their findings in the Journal of Human Genetics on November 1st.
This research further confirms previous research findings by analysing over 900,000 DNA mutations per person, significantly improving the robustness of the result. The researchers focused on a population sample of 460 from Kanto, mainland Chinese, European descendants, in addition to another 71 Ainus and Okinawans. The result shows the present-day Japanese are the inter-marriage between the earlier settlers and later-comers. This confirms the the ‘mixed-blood’ ancestry hypothesis.
The lawsuit was first brought in late 2011 by two interns — Alex Footman and Eric Glatt — who both worked on Fox Searchlight’s Black Swan and claimed that the company’s unpaid internship program violated minimum wage and overtime laws.
The lawsuit then got bigger with amended claims brought by added named plainitffs such as Kanene Gratts, who worked on Searchlight’s (500) Days of Summer as well as Eden Antalik, who participated in the FEG internship program. To prevail, they would need to jump several hurdles including showing that the training programs set up weren’t for the advantage of the trainees.
On Tuesday, federal judge William Pauley issued a ruling that is very favorable to the suing interns.
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