50 Shades Of AWFUL! 68-Year-Old French Man Arrested For Tricking Women Into Having Sex With Him!

If you were ever wondering what a Fifty Shades Of Grey/ Catfish mashup would be like, it would probably look a little something like this…

A 68-year-old man who went by the moniker Anthony LaRoche was arrested for lying about his age and appearance in order to trick women into having sex with him.

Anyone who has ever seen an episode of Catfish knows EXACTLY how this works.

He first started by using photos of a young model and a fake name to hide his identity, and would lure women to his home via text and email.

Once they got there, he would insist that they have sex in a dark room and that the woman be blindfolded to give it a more 50 Shades of Grey feel, but these ladies quickly found out he was no Christian Grey.

[ Related: Did Amber Tamblyn Catfish Tyrese Into Thinking She Was Amber Rose?! ]

Despite multiple women coming forward, Anthony claims he did nothing wrong since all of the women consented in the sexual activity they engaged in.

However, the 68-year-old is being charged with what’s known as “surprise rape,” which means although these women consented, they did so under false pretenses.

Police say the man can face up to seven years in prison if he’s convicted, which hopefully means he wont be catfishing anyone else any time soon.

U.S. envoy to India says worried by activist, charity clampdown

A clampdown by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government could have “chilling effects” on foreign-funded charities and activists and is a cause for concern, the U.S. ambassador to India said on Wednesday. “I read with some concern the recent press reports on challenges faced by NGOs operating in India,” Ambassador Richard Verma told a news briefing in New Delhi. “Because a vibrant civil society is so important to both of our democratic traditions, I do worry about the potentially chilling effects of these regulatory steps focused on NGOs.” Modi, a right-wing Hindu nationalist elected by a landslide last May, wants to increase investment in infrastructure and make it easier for businesses to buy land to boost Asia’s third-largest economy.

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Sheryl Sandberg’s moving tribute to the husband she lost: ‘Dave was my rock’

Facebook executive posts a heartfelt eulogy to her husband, David Goldberg, on social networking site saying she was grateful for every minute they had together

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Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos Slammed by Roy Keane and Paul Scholes for Madrid Loss

Gareth Bale has often been berated by the Spanish press and fans this season, but on Tuesday night he posted a performance which led to major criticism from the British media.

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ITV pundits and former Manchester United midfielders Roy Keane and Paul Scholes led the charge after Real Madrid fell 2-1 to Juventus in the Champions League semi-final first leg, while many others joined in.

Centre-back Sergio Ramos also failed to escape criticism after a poor showing in midfield on a difficult night for Los Blancos.

Keane, known for his intimidating style on and off the pitch, suggested Bale might as well have taken an early bath, as tweeted by MailOnline Sport:

Scholes noted Bale’s lack of confidence on his first start after injury, as reported by Pete Jenson and Nicholas Gooden of the Daily Mail: “Bale never once tried to take his man on. He just whipped the ball in and it was food and drink for Juventus‘ defence.”

Squawka highlighted Bale’s total lack of impact:

ESPN FC’s Craig Burley provided his thoughts on the player’s obvious struggle:

Currently linked with a move to United, as reported by Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail, Bale’s season has been a disappointing one.

He was booed in January for failing to set up Cristiano Ronaldo with an open goal, subsequently being labelled a “ball-hog,” per AS (via Matthew Stanger of Sky Sports). He has scored just three in his last 17 matches, per WhoScored.com, and he appears to be suffering under the pressure of matching up to his world-record £85 million transfer fee.

B/R UK’s Sam Tighe assessed the Madrid players’ performances:

Much of the social media reaction to Bale’s display went down the humorous route, highlighted by bookmakers Paddy Power:

Ramos also produced a night to forget in a somewhat unnatural midfield role in which his distribution continued to halt Madrid’s progress up the field. Scholes provided a reactionary comment to Keane suggesting the European champions effectively played with less players, per ITV (via Football Tweet):

Squawka tweeted the Spaniard’s accuracy problems:

Former Barcelona and Tottenham striker Gary Lineker suggested Ramos failed to achieve the most basic of functions:

Tom Williams of AFP indicated Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti was just giving Juventus a chance:

Paddy Power stuck with the hair theme:

Goals from Alvaro Morata and Carlos Tevez provide Juventus with a lead to defend when they head to the Bernabeu in the second leg. Ronaldo’s header made him the Champions League’s all-time leading scorer and provides Madrid hope of overturning the deficit in front of their own fans. Italian teams are notorious for defending stoutly when needed, so an exciting match is likely to ensue.

Both Bale and Ramos can be expected to take on key roles in the second encounter. Neither managed to deal with the intensity of Juventus‘ play on Tuesday and were exposed by Massimiliano Allegri’s decision to go for the win. The pressure on Bale to deliver is increasing, particularly as criticism of him has now spread into Britain.

Amazon India offering great deals on Xbox One, laptops and PC components

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Amazon India is running its summer sale through which the retailer is offering heavy discounts on the Xbox One console, games, and a wide range of notebooks. For users looking to build or upgrade their PCs, there are several deals currently live on PC components as well.








Chrissy Teigen Has A Cookbook On The Way — But According To Friends And Family — John Legend Is The Better Amateur Chef! What The WHAT?!

Now that’s just plain rude! Chrissy Teigen‘s the pro cooker in this family!

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But according to their friends and John Legend‘s family, his mac and cheese is so much better than hers!

Um, can we be the judge of this? Someone send us a version of John’s and a version of Chrissy’s for us to test!!

[ Related: John Keeps Chrissy Close To Him At The Met Gala ]

In a recent chat, the Sports Illustrated model revealed her cookbook will include a few of her hubby’s recipes!

Here’s how the interview went down:

Do you and John ever work on recipes together? Not really. The recipes that he’s great at and that he loves are, you know, his fried chicken and mac and cheese. Something fun about the book is we’ll have his take and then we’ll have my take. For example, everybody in his family and all of our friends love his mac and cheese, but I think they only love it because John Legend is cooking it, like, Oh my God! This is amazing! But it’s a little thick for me — I like a creamy mac. So I’m making my version, too.

So the book will have a special section, like his and hers?
Yes, but of course everyone is still going to love his more.”

Well, in John’s friend’s case, who wouldn’t want a cooked meal from the legendary singer?! LOLz!

But we totally promise to be unbiased!! Can’t wait for the cookbook to come out so we can be the judges of this John vs. Chrissy: Mac & Cheese battle!

[Image via Chrissy Teigen/Instagram.]

Backlund’s OT goal lifts Flames over Ducks 4-3 (Yahoo Sports)

Calgary Flames' Johnny Gaudreau (13) celebrates his goal against the Anaheim Ducks with Sean Monahan (23) and Kris Russell (4) during the third period of Game 3 in the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup hockey playoffs, Tuesday, May 5, 2015, in Calgary, Alberta. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Larry MacDougal)

Mikael Backlund didn’t need to see the biggest goal of his NHL career go in. The crowd and the rest of the Calgary Flames told him he’d scored the winner. Backlund scored on a delayed penalty call in overtime, lifting the late-charging Flames over the Anaheim Ducks 4-3 on Tuesday night. ”I didn’t believe it went in at first, but when I saw all the reaction and all the fans going crazy and my teammates going crazy, it’s just an unbelievable feeling.” Johnny Gaudreau scored with 19.5 seconds left in the third period to tie the game for the Flames, who had an apparent goal disallowed minutes earlier.


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