Miley Cyrus & Kaitlynn Carter Hang Out In LA After Singer Drops Song ‘Slide Away‘ About Liam Hemsworth Split

Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter are back in L.A. from their Italian getaway and still joined at the hip. This comes one week after she announced her split from husband Liam Hemsworth.

Whatever is going on between Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter, they’re still together and have taken their possible romance back home to L.A. The ladies returned together from an Italian get Italy on Aug. 14 and now the pair has been photographed out shopping on Aug. 17 along with the 26-year-old’s mom Tish. Kaitlynn, 30, looked cute and casual in a white t-shirt and peach printed skirt as paparazzi caught up to them in a parking garage. Miley however wasn’t feeling having her picture taken as a bodyguard held up a jean jacket over her face so only her blue hombre jeans could be seen. She was pictured in the passenger’s seat of their SUV as it drove off.

The outing comes exactly one week after Miley’s camp broke the news that she and husband of eight months Liam Hemsworth, 29, had separated. The day prior on Aug. 9, Kaitlynn and Miley were photographed in bikinis making out poolside at a resort in Lake Como Italy, as the pair had been on vacation together while Liam was down under in Australia with his brothers.

Liam confirmed the split on Aug. 12, taking to his Instagram and writing, “Hi all. Just a quick note to say that Miley and I have recently separated and I wish her nothing but health and happiness going forward. This is a private matter and I have not made, nor will I be making, any comments to any journalists or media outlets.”

Miley however made a very big statement about the split by releasing a goodbye song “Slide Away” on Aug. 16 and it’s totally about Liam. “Once upon a time it was paradise, once upon a time I was paralyzed…it’s time to let it go,” she began. She continued in the chorus, “I bought my house in the Hills, don’t want the whiskey and pills, I don’t give up easily, but I don’t think I’m down — so won’t you slide away? Back to the ocean, and I’ll go back to the city life.” She also included the lyrics ““Move on we’re not 17, I’m not who I used to be,” as the couple met and  fell in love when she was about that age when filming the 2010 movie The Last Song.

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Listen: ‘Pennyworth’ Executive Producer Talks Delving into Alfred’s Backstory

Bruno Heller may have served as an executive producer on the Batman-inspired series “Gotham” for the past five years, but it’s actually real-life people (not superheroes) that intrigue the producer the most. It’s for that exact reason that Heller’s newest series finds him exploring the origin stories of Batman’s butler Alfred in the Epix drama “Pennyworth.”

“From a personal point of view, the only DC characters I’m really interested in are the real people — and there’s not many of them,” Heller told Variety‘s TV Take, when asked why he decided to focus on a character that’s been often overlooked in most “Batman” iterations.

Set in 1960s London, “Pennyworth” follows Bruce Wayne’s iconic butler as he forms a security company and partners up with Bruce’s billionaire father Thomas Wayne. Unlike “Gotham,” the Epix series focuses on the “Batman” characters who have no superpowers, which is one reason Heller admits that he would’ve liked to work on Pennyworth’s story before “Gotham.”

“To a degree, I would’ve liked to do Alfred before Gotham because Alfred is an extremely well-known mythic character that no one knows the backstory of. There’s a great amount of leeway to tell any kind of story you want,” he said. “There was a real story to be told, just with the simple question of how does a SAS soldier become a butler? That’s a strange journey. And how did he get from London to America?”

Delving into such niche aspects of character development weren’t possible while working on “Gotham,” the producer said, noting that large franchises often have so many complex storylines that it’s impossible to give each one their due time.

“You can tell a simple story in ‘Pennyworth,’” he said. “One of the challenges making ‘Gotham’ was it rapidly became a carnival pageant. There’s so many great characters and the pressure to put all of them in there as quickly as possible was understandable and very strong. But in retrospect, I would say to the detriment of storytelling because it becomes one life to live. You have ten very powerful storylines all running at the same time.”

Heller’s transition from producing for a family-friendly broadcast network like Fox to a premium cable channel like Epix also affected Heller’s storytelling style, with Heller noting that he wouldn’t have been able to create “Pennyworth” on a broadcast network. The producer said switching to premium “means that there’s a duty to find the edge of the material, to give people something they haven’t seen before.”

“And people don’t want to see the DC show that they’ve seen before or that they might expect,” he continued. “You have to surprise them, you have to give them genuine adult themes and character.”

He also said he isn’t worrying too much about the viewers who want to see more Batman in the new Alfred-centered series. “People don’t always get what they want. But sometimes they get what they need,” he joked. “From my point of view, you can’t worry too much about that because creatively you want to be as free as possible.”

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Casualty review with spoilers: Heroic Ethan devastated by terrorist deaths

There were some horribly tense moments in tonight’s Casualty, as the team coped with the aftermath of a terrorist attack. Ethan (George Rainsford) found himself in the thick of things as he’d been training with the Advanced Trauma Team when the incident occurred so was one of the first on the scene. He faced a terrible dilemma when a father and daughter were both trapped and he had to decide which one to free first – knowing the other might not make it.

This was especially fraught given that there was a high chance of a secondary attack at any moment. The scene where sniffer dogs and bomb disposal experts found an explosive device just at the moment that it was detonated by mobile phone was incredibly tense and really well paced. The actual moment when the phone rang and the device detonated gave a real sickening lurch to the stomach as we realised that Ethan wouldn’t be able to escape.

Luckily for us, Ethan was rescued but his patient Jenny and ATT colleague Big Al died in the explosion, which was heartbreaking for Ethan. Back in the ED he looked shattered, the sheer horror of what he’d been through etched on his face. He broke the news about Jenny to her father, Andy, who was understandably upset and was angry with Ethan that he’d chosen to save him rather than his daughter. ‘If you knew what it feels like to lose everything you love…’ he said to Ethan. ‘I do know,’ Ethan replied. And he does.

Also facing a huge loss this week was Rash (Neet Mohan). No sooner had Gem managed to join him on his travels than he was forced to come home as his mother was dying. We saw him at her funeral, straight after which the news broke about the attack on the market. His father advised him not to leave the house – there were rumours it was a terrorist attack and there was a fear that, as a Muslim, Rash would be a target of suspicion. He couldn’t ignore his doctor’s training and instincts and headed for the ED. There was hardly time for anyone to even acknowledge that he’d been away before he was thrown into looking after casualties.

It looks as though Rash is returning to the ED permanently, as at the end of the episode he told his dad he wanted his old room back. He and Gem seem determined to live thousands of miles apart, one way or another.

Now Connie has gone (she’s in rehab, apparently), Dylan (William Beck) is currently in charge and one thing he’s not great at is the Motivational Team Talk, which mainly motivates his staff to boredom and doodling cartoons of him. Dylan is extremely good at being a doctor, though, and has a good line in dealing with annoying patients. ‘If you stick around you can see how we spend your money,’ he told an annoying man who was still insisting (as a taxpayer) on his minor injury being seen even though the department was being cleared for the incoming wounded.

Another minor annoyance hanging around was David’s son Ollie (Harry Collett). We never did find out the reason why he was so keen to talk to his dad (Jason Durr), as his mum turned up to take him home. Presumably he’ll be back to continue the conversation when David isn’t dealing with a Major Incident.

Sue Haasler is the author of the official Holby City book, which you can read about here. Her latest novel, Half A World Away, is out now

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Kylie Minogue’s role in Strictly Come Dancing 2019 launch show revealed – plus other details

Australian Queen of Pop Kylie Minogue will open the much-anticipated 17th season of Strictly Come Dancing by performing a show-stopping medley of some of her biggest hits, which will be accompanied by a dazzling routine from Strictly’s professional dancers.

The Strictly dancers are already in rehearsals

The BBC announced new details of the series's first show on Saturday night, also revealling that Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will roll out the red carpet for the class of 2019 when the show returns to the BBC at the beginning of September. Comedian Chris Ramsey, ex-footballer David James and EastEnders star Emma Barton were the first three names announced in this year’s 15 strong line-up. The celebrity group also includes Olympic and Paralympic champions James Cracknell and Will Bayley, BBC Radio 1’s Dev Griffin, Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing, former Coronation Street Catherine Tyldesley, YouTuber Saffron Barker, BBC Breakfast reporter Mike Bushell, Drag Race’s Michelle Visage, footballer-turned-pundit Alex Scott, Viscountess Emma Weymouth, and CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual. TV presenter Anneka Rice was the 15th and final announcement. 

MORE: Strictly Come Dancing star Katya Jones shares rare photo of her mum – and she's stunning!

 After walking the red carpet, the stars will then head to the Strictly ballroom for the very first time, ready to find out which professional dancer they’ll be paired with on their journey towards the famous Glitter Ball trophy. All eyes will be on show favourites, such as Neil Jones, who viewers are really hoping will get a celebrity partner for the first time this year. 

New judge Motsi Mabuse will join Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Shirley Ballas in the Ballroom, grabbing their  first peek at the series' celebs. But we're in for more of a treat as all four judges are then set to perform with the professional dancers in an unmissable group number.

MORE: All the celebs in the 2019 show

The launch show will also see the celebrities take to the floor for the very first time in a spectacular group dance – and we're also promised a musical performance from Academy Award Winner Mark Ronson and Grammy Award Winning YEBBA. We literally CANNOT wait!

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Beach sex with my married lover was amazing but now she’s pregnant – she should ditch her rich husband to be with me – The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: FOUR years ago in Spain I met a beautiful girl who was also on holiday. We had an instant attraction and we drank beer, kissed . . . and then had sex on the beach.

I knew straight away that she was the one for me — but she told me she’d just started dating a guy back in England who is older than her and much richer than me.

“Just my luck”, I thought. We still exchanged numbers as we’re both from London and I thought that there might still be hope.

She was 22 then and I was 19. When we got back from Spain I kept messaging her and we got in the pattern of meeting for sex every couple of weeks. She was still seeing the older guy too but it seemed like she wasn’t too sure about who to be with.

I told her she should be with me. I didn’t see her for a bit, then she texted to tell me that I should forget about her as she’d married that guy. I’m not one to ever give up so I texted back saying: “One day you’ll realise you made the wrong choice. Until then I’m waiting for you.”

While I was waiting I passed the time seeing some other girls. They were keen but they didn’t come close to matching her and I knew I was just marking time.

Sure enough, she soon contacted me and we’ve been seeing each other since then, which is great, even though she is married. After all these years, she is still the one girl that I love.

She’s called to me to say that she’s pregnant and knows it’s a girl. I know in my bones I’m the dad but obviously the husband does not suspect a thing.

What do I do as I want to be there for my baby? I’m not rich but I do have a job. I love this woman so much and I know she loves me. Surely now is the time to be sharing our lives so we can be mum and dad to our own little girl.

DEIDRE SAYS: That is your dream but it isn’t what your lover wants. Sadly for you, as she isn’t your wife, you don’t hold many cards.

How do you know you’re the dad? Her husband believes that it’s him and he must know how babies are made. Is it just wishful thinking on your part, perhaps?

The one way to be sure about this is by having a DNA test when the baby is born. This can’t be done without the mother’s consent, which I doubt she’d be willing to give.

It’s time to back off from this girl. It’s not you she’s chosen to spend her life with. You’re her bit on the side, but that has been your choice.

Don’t you think you should ask yourself why you have lived for a dream, rather than choosing someone who can give all her love. Did that seem safer, perhaps?

Be glad that you’re free to move on with your life. You can also be glad that the baby will have a good home with both a mum and a dad.

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Brendan O’Carroll first wife REVEALED: Who was Mrs Brown’s Boys star’s FIRST wife?

Brendan O’ Carroll, 63, is best known for donning drag to play the foul-mouthed matriarch of Mrs Brown’s Boys boys.

The Irish comedian is the creator and star of the hit show and is married to costar Jennifer Gibney.

But before O’ Carroll rose to fame he was married to another woman, the mother of his three children.

Brendan and his first wife met in Dublin, where Brendan was born and raised.

But now has net worth of £9.4 million, thanks to the show’s success.

Brendan, who dons drag to play Mrs Brown, married his costar and onscreen daughter Jennifer Gibney in 2005.

But before he tied the knot with Gibney, he was married to another woman for more than two decades.

Who was Brendan O’Carroll’s first wife?

Brendan O’ Carroll wed Doreen O’Carroll in 1977.

The pair were married for 22 years and separated in 2002, just as Brendan’ s career was taking off.

Doreen is the mother of Brendan’s three children: Danny, Eric and Fiona, (both Danny and Fiona are also actors in Mrs Brown’s Boys.)

But tragically their first child together, a son also called Brendan, had spina bifida and died just days after birth.

Brendan has spoken candidly about how the death of his son “nearly killed him.”

In a moving interview with broadcaster Gay Byrne he said: “It was absolutely devastating. It tore my heart out. It still does.”

He added: “I had prepared in my mind, the white picket fence, swing in the garden, taking him to the zoo, I had all these things planned, but then that happened, and the plans all went out the window and I couldn’t find peace in myself.”

Quizzed about the end of his 22-year marriage to Doreen, he said he regretted the way they broke up.

He said: “I would rather it [the break up] had have happened earlier, that I had been more honest. I was also very arrogant. I thought, ‘Well, I can’t leave because if I do she will fall apart,’ which was terribly selfish and arrogant of me.

“She far from fell apart, she’s extremely happy and living with a lovely guy. So I am sorry that I delayed that, I’m sorry that I held up her life. As well as that, I just wish it hadn’t happened for the kids.”

Doreen Dowdall and Brendan both grew up in the Dublin suburb of Finglas.

They first met at a little Dublin basement club and according , Brendan it was love at first sight.

He recalled the moment in his biography “The Real Mrs Brown.”

He said: “She was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen in my life. She had pierced ears, her head shaved back, a black Crombie coat with a velvet collar, black polo neck, black three-quarter-length skirt, black knee-length stockings and black loafers.

“I thought she looked incredible. I knew then I wanted her to be my girlfriend. She was just so special.”

The pair dated before marrying in 1999.

Despite his desire to have children with his current wife, Jennifer Gibney, the pair never have.

Speaking to The Sun, the Irish actor said: “Jenny doesn’t have children. Over the years there have been times when I would get a bit broody and she did too, but she was also step-mum to my children.

“I would have loved to have seen what a baby from me and Jen would be like and we did say, ‘Wouldn’t it be great to have a baby’, because we love kids.”

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Olivia Colman Will Play a Femme Fatale Who Falls for Homer in ‘The Simpsons’

From playing a completely graceless stepmother in “Fleabag” to embodying the tragic, gout-ridden Queen Anne in “The Favourite,” British actress Olivia Colman can do it all. And now, the Academy Award winner and 2019 Primetime Emmy nominee will lend her voice to the 31st season of “The Simpsons,” adding to an enviable guest roster that will include John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Jason Momoa, Bob Odenkirk, John Mulaney, and Jane Goodall.

“The Simpsons” executive producer James L. Brooks tweeted that Colman will play “the most down home femme fatal [sic] ever who attracts every man she’s ever met but falls hard, harder than she ever imagined, for Homer Simpson.” Brooks also teased the performance to say, “Just this second came from recording one of the best guest appearances in Simpson’s [sic] history. No kidding, I am flying.”

Olivia Colman is currently an Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “Fleabag,” opposite series creator, writer, and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge. This year, Colman beat the odds and bested Glenn Close’s performance in “The Wife” to take home Best Actress at the Academy Awards for her iconic performance in “The Favourite.” In 2016, she was Emmy-nominated for “The Night Manager,” and will next take the reign as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix’s “The Crown.”

She recently shared with Harper’s Bazaar her awkward real-life run-in with the Queen. “It was at a British Film Institute gathering to raise the profile of British film, independent film,” she said. “We suddenly found ourselves, two hundred people, in a big queue… A gentleman with epaulettes said, ‘Don’t overdo it, little bow, and you say, Your Majesty, and your Royal Highness, and go. Make it as swift as possible and go. ‘Alright, Okay.’ And I managed to remember what to say, sort of sticky-handed and bit sort of stumbly. That was it!”

Colman’s vast and varied credits on television include a celebrated run on the British mystery series “Broadchurch,” along with roles in “Flowers” and cult favorite “Peep Show.” Her turn on “Fleabag” is truly a wondrous thing to behold, and she is indeed the likely favorite to take home the honor this year.


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Easy Rider’s Peter Fonda Passes Away At 79

One of the most iconic performers in Hollywood has passed away. Peter Fonda of Easy Rider fame has died at the age of 79 years old.

Having been featured in films that promoted a way of life and set of attitudes in the 60s,  and with over 116 credits to his film, television and producer profile, Fonda will always be remembered for the ground-breaking cult classic Easy Rider, which he produced, co-wrote and starred in.

Announced on Friday and mourned by many, Fonda passed away from respiratory failure due to lung cancer. He was in his Los Angeles home, his family said in a statement.

“It is with deep sorrow that we share the news that Peter Fonda has passed away,” the family said. ” The statement went on to add, “In one of the saddest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts.”

Fonda was as much remembered for his film work as he was being a part of a powerhouse family. Son of actor Henry Fonda and the brother of actress Jane Fonda, he is also survived by daughter Bridget Fonda who many fans will know from her work in Single White Female and Point of No Return. 

Sister Jane Fonda said she spent time with her brother during his final days. “I am very sad. He was my sweet-hearted baby brother… He went out laughing,” she said.

What This Means

As we often say when an acting icon passes, this is a real loss for Hollywood. Fonda’s 1969 blockbuster “Easy Rider,” had just celebrated its 50th anniversary this year and wasn’t just a big film and Academy Award-Winning project for Fonda, but for Jack Nicholson and Dennis Hopper as well.

Peter Fonda’s last film appearance will be the posthumously-released war drama The Last Full Measure, which has completed filming and production and comes out on October 25.

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A Former UCLA Student Said The Doctor Accused By 48 USC Students Sexually Abused Him Too

Quentin Lee

This story was reported by the Beacon Project, a student journalism initiative supported by the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism to report on USC. It is independent of the university’s administration. Mark Schoofs, one of the project’s founders, is also an adviser to BuzzFeed News.

A former graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles, alleges that Dennis Kelly — the doctor accused of sexual abuse by 48 patients at the University of Southern California — gave him two invasive and inappropriate rectal exams in the 1990s. The former student, Quentin Lee, described his two appointments with Dr. Kelly as “the two most unpleasant medical experiences I’ve had.”

This is the first public allegation of sexual misconduct against Kelly during his years working in the campus health center at UCLA. At USC, 48 current and former students, all of whom are gay or bisexual men, said he gave them intrusive rectal probes or fondled their genitals during the almost two decades before his resignation in 2018.

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Kelly’s lawyers did not respond to a request for comment about the new allegation. In the past, Kelly has told the Beacon Project, “This is all very traumatic to me.” He told the Los Angeles Times that he treated his USC patients appropriately, saying, “I know I did it all professionally and without any other motive.”

Kelly joined UCLA in 1980. In 2002, he stopped working there, signing a confidential settlement that paid him $68,320 and barred him from seeking employment at any University of California campus. In a statement, UCLA said the settlement was “unrelated to allegations of sexual misconduct.”

The same statement called Lee’s account “disturbing” and said that “the university is reviewing what he describes occurred.” It continued, “UCLA has very limited records, including no clinical complaints, from Dr. Dennis Kelly’s tenure at the UCLA student health center.”

Lee began his studies at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television in the fall of 1993 and he said he saw Kelly the following year.

Lee, who said he was about 23 years old at the time of his first visit, recalled that he made his appointment at the UCLA student health center for “a cold or flu or something.”

Kelly, he said, “insisted” on giving him a rectal examination. Lee said he asked if that was necessary.

“I definitely thought it was strange,” Lee, now 48, said in an interview.

He said Kelly told him to undress, but did not look away when Lee did so. Then, he said, Kelly told him to lean over the examination table, with his feet on the ground. Lee said Kelly inserted a gloved finger into his rectum, “pressing around” for several minutes. The exam “wasn’t brief,” and made Lee feel “uncomfortable,” he said.

Lee said Kelly was silent throughout the exam. A doctor’s priority, experts say, should be the comfort of the patient, explaining each step of the procedure.

Shortly after the exam, Lee said, he told a friend who was in medical school. The friend said the doctor probably meant well.

That friend, who requested anonymity because of his line of work, confirmed his friendship with Lee. But he said he could not recall the conversation Lee described.

Part of Lee’s allegation echoes those of the 48 patients from USC. In strikingly similar accounts, most of those men have described in court documents and in interviews how Kelly would tell them to undress and would not leave the room or look away while they did so. Then he would tell them to get on the table on their hands and knees — not to lean over it, as in Lee’s account. Almost always in silence, they said, Kelly would examine them. Then, without warning, he would insert his fingers or a device into their rectum, keeping it in place for up to a few minutes.

Fifty men have filed suit, accusing Kelly of “sexual battery,” “gender violence,” and “sexual harassment.” Forty-five of the plaintiffs allege that Kelly gave them inappropriate rectal exams. Twenty-three said he gave them prolonged genital exams that made them feel anything from “distressed” to “violated.” In their lawsuits, the men accuse USC of not doing enough to protect them, both through negligence and by concealing claims of sexual abuse and harassment. No criminal charges have been filed.

Officials at USC said they could not discuss specifics due to the litigation but said in a statement, “The university is committed to providing all patients, students, faculty and staff with a culture of respect and support.”

Many of the USC patients said that Kelly asked inappropriate questions, often using vulgar language, that seemed to have no medical purpose: Where did they have sex? Did they watch porn? What dating apps did they use? What race were their partners? And, in one case, what were their partners’ names? Lee said that didn’t happen to him.

Kelly has defended his practice, telling the Los Angeles Times that he looked away or exited the room when his patients undressed, and that it was standard for a doctor to take a rectal swab while simultaneously checking for anal warts. Public records show that while Kelly was at UCLA, he reviewed multiple guidelines for how the student health center should handle various diseases. In 1983, he cowrote the guidelines for how to test for prostatitis, an infection of the prostate gland.

After his first visit with Kelly, Lee said, he saw the doctor a second time a couple years later — he thinks it was 1996 — after getting sick again. He said he remembers a receptionist telling him he would be seeing Kelly. Lee said he asked if it would be possible to see another doctor.

The receptionist told him Kelly was the only physician available, Lee said. When he entered Kelly’s office, he said, he was surprised to see another student in the room, a fellow member of Mahu, a campus support group for LGBTQ Asian Pacific Islanders.

Lee said Kelly asked if the man — whom Lee believes was an assistant or intern — could stay to observe. Lee said he replied that he would not be comfortable, and Kelly eventually sent the man outside, but pressed Lee for a reason.

After that, Lee said, Kelly again insisted on giving him a rectal examination, explaining that it was necessary given how much time had passed since the last exam.

The second exam was “uncomfortable,” as the first had been, Lee said. He did not report the experience to UCLA, he said, but he stopped visiting the campus health center.

Lee’s boyfriend at the time, Steven Pranoto, said Lee told him about that second appointment, including the rectal probe and the other student in the room. “I was a little shocked,” he said in a recent interview.

But Lee said that since then he had “repressed” the memory of the exam, recalling it only last week, when he heard about Kelly’s accusers on the radio while driving his son to preschool.

“It was the ’90s, before #MeToo,” Lee said. “I was thinking that I was just alone.”

Since last week, Lee said, he has been suffering from insomnia and has written about his experience with Kelly a few times, including in a blog post he published on Tuesday. “By writing this, I hope to integrate my traumatic experience back into my narrative and feel better,” Lee wrote.

He said he wanted to share his account publicly, in part, to back up the allegations by the men who have come forward from USC. He said he would feel comfortable submitting his account to the court, but that he doesn’t want to sue UCLA, to which he feels “really indebted” for his education, or even Kelly himself. He said, “I just want him to be put to justice.”

Sasha Urban is a journalism major at the University of Southern California. He is originally from New York. Contact Sasha Urban at [email protected]

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Guns N’ Roses Settle Trademark Lawsuit With Craft Brewery

Guns ‘N’ Roses have settled a trademark infringement lawsuit with craft brewery Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective, also known as Oskar Blues Brewery.

Earlier this year, the legendary rock band filed a lawsuit against the brewery for selling beer and accompanying merchandise called “Guns ‘N’ Rosé.”

Guns N’ Roses reached an agreement with the brewery on July 31 to settle claims and dismiss the lawsuit.

In 2018, Canarchy tried to trademark the name “Guns ‘N’ Rosé,” but the band objected and demanded they take back the application. In May, the band filed a lawsuit in California against the brewery after it failed to retract the application.

The band claimed that it has successfully licensed the Guns N’ Roses name over the years to sell clothing and other merchandise.

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