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Who really believes Hugh Hefner would really offer her $2 million for playboy? On top of that there is no way she would of turned that down.
(Foxy Brown) She says she’s still debating whether to accept Hugh Hefner’s $2 million offer to pose on the cover of Playboy. Brown says she plans to release a long-delayed album in 2011. She is also suing New York City for $100,000 for civil-rights violations, false arrest and intentional infliction of emotional distress. If she’s no longer the star she was in the ’90s, Brown said she’s proud of where she is today.
A family member of the man that former Bad Boy artist G-Dep confessed to killing, is stepping up and calling G-Dep an “idiot” for confessing to the 17-year-old murder.
According to the New York Post, Robert Henkel, the step-brother of the victim, states that G-Dep shouldn’t have confessed to the murder and thinks that G-Dep should have listened to his mother who reportedly told the rapper not to “turn himself in.”
“His mother told him, ‘Don’t turn yourself in,’ “ Henkel said in the interview (referring to a previous New York Post interview with G-Dep). “She was right . . . After all this time, yes, he just should have shut up.”
Henkel also states that although he understands the gesture, he is actually thinking of G-Dep and his family and claims that Dep should have done the same.
“I think he’s an idiot,” Henkel continued. “He has three kids and a wife. It was years and years and years ago. Finally, we’re not always thinking about it . . . and now it has to be dug up all again.”
The New York Post reports that the city’s Law Department has received the lawsuit and plans to review it thoroughly.
A teen in Queens, New York will never walk again after being shot by the son of an officer.
According to published reports Kamesha Williams was at a friend’s house in Bed-Stuy on May 29, 2009, when Evan Bryant and another teen started horsing around with a gun that belonged to Bryant’s father, a NYPD officer.
Although the gun from the shooting was never found, Bryant was convicted of possession of a concealed weapon and sentenced to nine years in prison, but with new developments in the case, Williams and her family are filing a lawsuit against the New York police department for the incident.
According to Williams lawyer, the bullet that pierced William’s right side causing the paralysis can’t be removed, however a piece was able to be removed and authorities are hoping that the fragment will lead them to the gun’s owner.
“We’re seeking meaningful compensation for Kamesha and her mom.”