Министерство юстиции США обвинил автора книги о первой леди США Меланье Трамп Стефани Волкофф в нарушении соглашения о неразглашении. Об этом сообщает Reuters.
Ведомство заявляет, что книга не была направлена на согласование в рамках установленного соглашения.
В связи с этим минюст потребовал взыскать с Волкофф полученные с продажи книг средства в пользу государства.
Ранее 1 сентября вышла книга «Меланья и я: Взлет и падение моей дружбы с Первой леди». В ней автор, которая выполняла роль представителя Трамп, рассказала о 15 годах их работы и дружбы.
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Multi-platinum artist Ariana Grande announced on Wednesday that she was helping to launch an animal rescue foundation.
Taking to social media to share the news, the 27-year-old pop star shared a glimpse of the new non-profit, Orange Twins Rescue.
The Los Angeles based organization provides a list of resources for animal lovers and encourages people to foster, adopt, and donate money and pet supplies.
Embarking into the animal activism space, the Positions singer gushed with excitement over the new project.
Speaking about the new venture she wrote, 'We are so happy, proud and excited, our site comin soon, follow @orangetwinsrescue on instagram for more.'
The organization was founded in part by her creative director and choreographers Brian and Scott Nicholson and Bel Air Grooming owner Asami Kuroki serves as foster coordinator.
Though the website is yet to be fully up and running, the site's linktree provides a foster application, a link to apply for adoption and showcases a variety of animals in need.
Interested participants can also donate both medical supplies and pet necessities to the organization via an Amazon wish list.
In part with Petfinder, the organization focuses predominantly on dogs and cats who need loving homes.
An animal lover through and through, Ariana herself has almost a dozen pets, even owning a pet pig at one point named Piggy Smalls.
A fiercely protective pet owner, Grande experience a scare back in 2015 when two of her dogs Toulouse and Sirius were mistreated in the UK and barred from boarding a ferry in her tour bus, despite having the proper vaccinations.
Recounting the situation in a very lengthy twitter post, Ariana's mom Joan shared that the dogs were threatened to be killed and both she and Ariana were threatened with arrest after hours of unwarranted pushback from the French authorities.
'I understand rules and regulations and I have always respected them.. BUT when it is clear that all is in order and all is good… no one should have the authority to behave as they did.. and do what they did to me or ANYONE..,' Joan wrote.
A distraught Ariana tweeted in response to the situation as she said, 'This was unacceptable @poferries pls have your employees treat people /animals w respect. kindness goes a long way....it was indeed a terrible experience. no animal / human should be treated that way.. ever.'
He’s a highly respected two-time Academy Award-winning actor.
And Mahershala Ali opened up about a particular aspect of his approach to film acting this week, when he was a guest on Common’s podcast Mind Power Mixtape.
The Moonlight star, 46, explained that simulating a love scene would go against his Islamic religion, which has strict protocols when it comes to modesty.
It came up when Ali was discussing one of his earlier film roles, in the 2008 movie The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button.
'So my old agent called me and said, "Mahershala, you got the part,"' he recollected.
'And I said, "There's just one thing… There is that one sex scene where they kiss… If there's a sex scene, I can't do it."'
He later added, 'I don’t do simulated sex.'
Nonetheless, Mahershala indeed went on to act in the film, and he explained to Common how Benjamin Button director David Fincher manage to construct the scene while still respecting Ali's beliefs.
'Taraji and I begin to kiss, and we fall out of the frame… It wasn't clear if [Fincher] was trying to have like some bumping and grinding … which I doubt he was,' he said.
'But for me even … at that time, 15 years ago, I was still like, "OK, I can only go up to this point," just because of — just trying to hold a space of respect for my religion.'
It was for that movie Mahershala was awarded his first Best Supporting Actor Academy Award.
And two years later, he received the same statuette for his role of Dr. Donald Shirley in Green Book, opposite Viggo Mortensen.
That movie was also awarded the Oscar for Best Motion Picture of the Year.
Up Next for Ali are three projects, including a voice role in the Amazon TV series invincible.
He is also currently filming a dramatic sci-fi film titled Swan Song.
Finally, Mahershala is set to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the new Blade, a vampire superhero.
Blade was first portrayed in three films by actor Wesley Snipes.
Kate Garraway appeared in cheery mood as she arrived for work at Smooth Radio in London on Tuesday.
The GMB presenter, 53, gave a friendly wave as she headed into the studios, a day after revealing husband Derek's 'breakthrough' moment when he spoke his first word since emerging from a coma.
Derek has remained in intensive care for the past seven months after contracting coronavirus in March.
Kate, who arrived by motorbike, nailed winter chic in a red tartan minidress and opaque tights.
She complemented the look with a tailored wool coat and black chunky kitten heels.
The television host certainly had her hands full as she lugged a collection of shopper bags into the studios.
On Good Morning Britain on Monday, Kate fought back tears as she recalled how husband Derek, 53, spoke his first word since emerging from a coma.
The Good Morning Britain presenter revealed Draper appeared to mouth the word 'pain' when asked by nurses if he was in any discomfort.
While Kate said it was 'heartbreaking' he was suffering, it marked progress in his recovery since being struck down with coronavirus in March.
But Kate is 'keeping herself in check' and said: 'The power of hope is huge but you're constantly trying to think, at what point do I have to start being real.'
Speaking to GMB from west London, she said: 'Way back in April when we chatted for the first time and I said "look he seems to have survives so far, so I know I already have my miracle".
'But now I'm praying for the second miracle and that is for him to come back to us. It's very difficult because this could be it. I'm very much trying to keep myself in check, not start crying, because we still don't know.'
Kate explained that throughout 53-year-old Draper's hospitalisation, doctors and nurses have continued treating him as if conscious, telling him when they were about to move him and asking if he were in any pain.
She recalled: 'And they did this, and he very clearly mouthed the word "pain". Everybody that was there stopped and couldn't believe it.'
The TV presenter added: 'It is a huge breakthrough, obviously it's heartbreaking because he feels pain and that's not what we want....
'What it means is that he's been able to connect a sensation in his body, with his mouth through his brain to say the word "pain".
But she said: 'I've spoken to you both before about is he still in there, is he locked away. I believe he is still in there. That's a long way from being Derek with all his multiple words of colour with all the love, but it's a start.
'The power of hope is huge but you're constantly trying to think, at what point do I have to start being real
She said there was 'still a long road to go and we still don't know how far down that road he can come'.