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Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Giana, were among the nine people who were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. The legendary basketball player, who was with Laker throughout his career, leaves behind his wife, Vanessa, and three daughters.
Actress Annabella Sciorra has given a detailed and emotional testimony that Harvey Weinstein raped her in late 1993 or early 1994. She described the sexual assault in detail and said that she told about the horrific incident to her friend and actress Rosie Perez.
New details have been released about the death of Juice Wrld, whose real name is Jarad Higgins. The new details found that the American rapper stepped away from his jet and was waiting in private hanger with his girlfriend at Midway Airport when he gasped out and collapsed to the ground.
The co-founder of PBS NewsHour, Jim Lehrer, passed away in his sleep on Thursday at the age of 85, according to a statement released by the news organization. Lehrer and Robert MacNeil founded PBS NewsHour in 1975. Lehrer retired in 2011 after 36 years of anchoring.
Tyler Gwozdz, who was a former contestant on ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” has died after a medical overdose on January 22. He was 29. According to the police, he was hospitalized on January 13 after a medical overdose. He had to spend a week in the intensive care unit. The exact cause of the overdose is unknown.
Terry Jones died on Tuesday night at his home in North London at the age of 77. In 2016, he said he had primary progressive aphasia, a neurological condition in which one loses the ability to communicate. In 2006, he received a diagnosis of bowel cancer.
Stephen Amell has recently opened up about having a panic attack while recording for the podcast in December. He said he was physically drained for the podcast and it might have led to his panic attack. He has now been doing well after getting a much-needed break from the podcast.