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Nick Gordon is adamant that he’s innocent.
With Bobbi Kristina currently unresponsive in her Atlanta area hospice, her boyfriend Nick has been recorded giving his true thoughts on what led to her incident on Jan. 31.
While many of Krissy’s family members think her BF may have had something to do with her being found in her bathroom, Nick thinks it was her car accident four days before she was found that made her abuse drugs and alcohol, not him.
Someone on Bobby Brown‘s side of the family reportedly recorded Nick on the telephone without his knowledge three weeks after Krissy was found, where he states:
“I’ll tell you the honest truth, Krissy, she was under a lot of stress and we were all doing drugs and you know, all, all drinking, bro.
She just did too much man. She, listen, listen bro. I will officially stay from bath tubs forever, I’ll tell you that.
When Krissy wakes up she’ll tell the truth to everybody. Everybody will feel stupid as f***… You know Krissy got in an accident 2 days before this happened and the man is in critical condition right now.”
While the man involved in her car accident has since awoken from his coma, we’re sure his life threatening injuries were weighing heavily on Krissy’s mind before her own accident.
Still, with things looking grim for the 22-year-old, we’re not sure if we’ll ever really find out what happened.
What do U think about Nick’s recorded statement??
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BERLIN (Reuters) – German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel told the Tagesspiegel daily that it was hard to imagine talks on a new bailout program with Greece after the country clearly rejected bailout terms in a referendum.
After a full first day of games to get acquainted with the rosters for all 10 teams at the Orlando Summer League, things slow down a bit Sunday to provide a more intimate look at six teams in three games.rc="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js">
The good news is there’s still a wealth of young talent on display, including 2015 top-10 picks Stanley Johnson (Detroit Pistons) and Justise Winslow (Miami Heat). Both players got off to great starts in their first game, so being able to build off that in this environment is going to be a key development point.
Here’s a look at the results from Sunday’s games, as well as highlights and reaction from key performances.
Pistons def. Clippers, 77-69
The Pistons didn’t get a win Saturday, but they got a stellar debut from Johnson with 13 points and four rebounds. Sunday saw the Pistons get a 77-69 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, and their star rookie improved on his tremendous showing with 24 points, nine rebounds and three steals.
David Mayo of MLive.com offered this take on Johnson’s performance:
Speaking to Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free-Press after Saturday’s game, Johnson said he’s not trying to do anything fancy on the floor.
“I gotta go out there and play, be a sparkplug. I know when I came in the game we went on a little run so I’m showing versatility in that some people can’t come off the bench. So show that I can do that, I think is big for me,” he said.
The Pistons did use Johnson, who finished 10-of-14 from the floor, in the starting lineup Sunday, compared to bringing him off the bench Saturday. His expanded role seemed to pay off in grand fashion.
Even though the Clippers didn’t have many highlights to brag about, Liam McMorrow and Geron Johnson did hook up on a nice assist-dunk combination, via NBA TV:
Nate Wolters led the Clippers with 18 points, going 7-of-12 from the floor in 28 minutes. Los Angeles also got another solid all-around effort from Branden Dawson, who followed up a 14-point, 14-rebound game with eight points and five rebounds.
Both Johnson and Dawson have the potential to make an impact for their teams next season—in very different ways. The Pistons need Johnson to become a star, which is why they took him eighth overall. Meanwhile, the Clippers can use Dawson’s toughness and energy developed at Michigan State to fill out a strong roster.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Queens is getting an anti-stalking program.
The Queens district attorney’s office and the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence will work with the NYPD to link victims to services and to increase reporting and identification of stalking incidents, WCBS 880’s Ginny Kosola reported.
Indentifcation of incidents on Staten Island increased more than 200 percent last year under the same program.
Queens stalking victims will be provided with safety planning and other services from the New York City Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, as the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence works to prevent stalking in the borough.
NYPD officers will learn how to identify stalking and what to do about it before there is a physical assault or someone is killed.
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Rifle-carrying man fired several shots in building early Sunday morning, some directed at police, official says as officers investigate ‘complicated scene’
A man with a rifle who shot another person early on Sunday in the lobby of an upmarket downtown Austin hotel was then shot and killed by officers, police said.
The shootings happened shortly before 5am at the Omni Austin Hotel, about four blocks from the Texas state capitol, assistant police chief Brian Manley said at a news conference.
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