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  1. http://m.nydailynews.com/news/national/mom-hires-stripper-8-year-old-son-birthday-graphic-article-1.2584999 Tampa mom hires stripper for 8-year-old sons birthday KATE FELDMAN NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Today, 7:29 AM ET A shocking video shows a stripper performing for an 8-year-old Tampa boy Pretty appalling in pink. An outrageous video shows a pink lingerie-clad stripper twerking on an 8-year-old Florida boy as his friends laugh and throw money at the woman. A Tampa mother allegedly hired the stripper for her sons birthday, according to a video posted March 24 on YouTube that has since gone viral. The video shows the stripper in pink bra and underwear grinding against the boys face while he spanks her and tosses money. At least three other children can be seen on camera, with someone else filming. The video has since been deleted. The stripper was allegedly hired by the boy's mother for his birthday party. Commenters were livid at the young boys birthday guest, with some even calling for charges to be pressed. My only question is, what laws were possibly broken? What was this mother thinking? Why would the stripper even go along with this, especially when it's being taped? Not too bright, one person commented under the YouTube video. Another questioned whether charges could be pressed for sexual involvement with a minor. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Department did not immediately return a call for comment.
  2. Teen 'Doctor' Out of Jail, Says Charges 'Just Allegations' "I am deeply saddened and a little disrespected by some of the things that have come forth," said Malachi Love-Robinson. Malachi Love-Robinson had all the trappings of a medical practice: an office, a lab coat and stethoscope. What he didn't have, authorities said, was a medical license; few 18-year-olds do. Now the Florida teen is charged with practicing medicine without a license and theft after he allegedly performed an exam on an undercover agent and took almost $3,500 from an 86-year-old woman seeking treatment for stomach pain. He's also accused of stealing three checks from her that he cashed for almost $2,800. Love-Robinson was released on $21,000 bail on Wednesday, one day after his arrest. "Those are just allegations," he told The Associated Press in a brief phone interview. Love-Robinson called a Wednesday night news conference and arrived a half hour late. He would only say that his attorneys are working to resolve the charges and that he hopes the community will pray for him. He declined to answer any questions. "I am deeply saddened and a little disrespected by some of the things that have come forth," he said. "My attorneys are working hard, they're working around the clock to make sure this issue gets resolved in the best way possible." According to Palm Beach County sheriff's reports, an undercover agent went to Love-Robinson's office, The New Birth New Life Medical Center, on Tuesday. He was wearing a white lab coat with a stethoscope draped over his neck. The agent told him that she was suffering from a sore throat, lethargy and sneezing. He took her temperature and used the stethoscope to check her lungs and heart and told her she was suffering from allergies and should take an over-the-counter medication. During one visit, she told detectives, she became ill, and Love-Robinson called an ambulance to take her to the hospital. He recommended that she not take her purse, so she gave it to him and asked him to lock up her house. After her release, she found her bank account had no money. Investigators said Love-Robinson had forged three checks from her account. Morrison did not immediately return a message left on her voicemail. A website for Love-Robinson's medical practice says he specializes in naturopathy, a system of medicine based on the healing power of nature that avoids the use of surgery and drugs. It is not a licensed medical specialty in Florida and cannot be legally practiced in the state. Its practitioners do not attend traditional medical schools. Love-Robinson's website says he is a "well rounded professional" who bases his treatments on "physiological functions and abnormal conditions on natural laws governing the human body." The site says he accepts 19 health insurance plans, plus Medicaid. Three insurance companies contacted by AP said they had no dealings with him. The site also says he speaks French and lists his age as 25. The Palm Beach Post and South Florida Sun Sentinel reported that Love-Robinson had been stopped last year at a hospital while wandering the halls wearing a lab coat and stethoscope. He was then 17. On a separate religious-themed website, Love-Robinson says he is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church, having done a doctoral thesis that "explored the paradoxical nature of certain Christian doctrines and the implications for the rationality of Christian faith.'' The Universal Life Church is an Internet-based church that will ordain anyone 13 or older who fills out a short form. "Dr Love-Robinson is now and (sic) advocate for ULC and all Associations in which he represents and intends to bring much good to community one blessing at a time," his profile says.
  3. Florida man charged with tossing live alligator into Wendy’s drive-thru Judge orders defendant to stay away from animals — ‘including reptiles’ By Jason Sickles, Yahoo 5 hours ago Yahoo News Investigators say Joshua James admitted throwing this alligator through the window of a Wendy's restaurant in Loxahatchee. Gators are serious business in the Sunshine State, as a Florida circuit court judge reminded everyone Tuesday. Joshua James, 24, made his initial appearance before Judge Joseph Marx one day after being arrested for tossing a live alligator through the drive-thru window of a Wendy’s restaurant. The judge, according to local reports, set James’ bail at $6,000 and ordered him, among other things, to stay clear of Wendy’s restaurants and animals. “Including reptiles,” added Marx, who has two degrees from the University of Florida, home of the Gators. The bizarre incident occurred Oct. 11, when James found the 3-and-a half-foot alligator on the side of the road and led the reptile into his truck, according to a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission incident report. Then James, a resident of Jupiter, a town 20 miles north of Palm Beach, drove to a Wendy's restaurant in Royal Palm Beach and placed an order, received a drink at the drive-thru window, and hurled the alligator through the opening, investigators said. Joshua James, 24, faces up to five years in prison in convicted on an assault charge for throwing a live alligator No one was hurt during the incident. A game warden called to the scene found the gator in the kitchen and taped its mouth shut before releasing it back into the wild. Florida Fish and Wildlife used surveillance video and also traced a bankcard receipt to James that was used to buy the drink to identify James. According to the police report, the suspect confessed to investigators in December. Ed and Linda James, the man’s parents, told WPTV-TV that their son knew someone who worked at that Wendy’s location and was trying to play a joke. “It was just a stupid prank that he did that’s now turning into this,” said mother Linda James. “He's a prankster. He does stuff like this because he thinks it's funny.” Now James faces a felony charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, and misdemeanor counts of taking of an alligator and theft. The felony is punishable by up to five years in prison if he is convicted.
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