First ailing media mogul Sumner Redstone kicked his ex-girlfriend out of his Beverly Hills home, now a Manhattan judge has booted her from his New York penthouse in the Hotel Carlyle. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Erika Edwards also denied the request by the woman, Manuela Herzer, to take a mental exam of the 94-year-old Viacom...
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- Sumner Redstone’s ex won’t be getting his NYC penthouse
By Julia Marsh - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
- Trump blames ‘mental health problem’ for Texas church massacre
By Mark Moore - Monday Nov 6, 2017
President Trump said the shooting at a Texas church that killed 26 people isn’t a “guns situation” but a “mental health problem at the highest level.” “I think that mental health is your problem here. This was a very – based on preliminary reports – very deranged individual,” Trump said during a news conference Monday...
- Texas shooter once escaped from mental health facility
By Danika Fears - Tuesday Nov 7, 2017
Texas church shooter Devin Kelley escaped from a mental health facility in New Mexico and had made “death threats” against his military superiors, according to a report. Kelley was picked up by police at a bus terminal in El Paso on June 7, 2012, after escaping from Peak Behavioral Health Services in Santa Teresa, New...
- Elementary school counselor arrested for relationship with student
By Jackie Salo - Thursday Oct 26, 2017
An elementary school counselor in Texas faces charges over a sexual relationship with a student. Barbara Lynn Orpineda, 31, was arrested Wednesday night on charges of sexual assault of a child and engaging in an improper relationship with a student, news station KLTV reported. Orpineda was placed on administrative leave from her job as a...
- Bear takes a chomp out of sleeping camp counselor’s head
By Associated Press - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
WARD, Colo. — A teen staffer at a Colorado camp fought off a bear after waking up Sunday to find the animal biting his head and trying to drag him away. The 19-year-old woke up at around 4 a.m. to a “crunching sound” with his head inside the mouth of the bear, which was trying...
- Army eases mental health restrictions to meet recruiting goals
By Fox News - Monday Nov 13, 2017
Facing low recruitment levels, the U.S. Army quietly lifted its ban on allowing people with a history of mental illness, self-mutilation and drug abuse to serve in the military – despite warnings from the industry about the risks involved. The new rules green-light recruits who have bipolar disorder, depression and issues with cutting – a...