Melissa Rivers Millions: After Inheriting Millions, Melissa Looks Ahead To Major Lawsuit

Melissa Rivers

Melissa Rivers inherited millions of dollars after her mother’s death, and now she is planning a major lawsuit against the clinic that performed surgery on Joan before she died. According to TMZ, Melissa has no choice but to sue Yorkville Endoscopy LLC if she wants to find out her mom’s cause of death. While it’s beyond obvious that Melissa doesn’t need the money, she does want answers… and she wants to ensure that this type of thing doesn’t happen to any other patients in the future.

“The only way to know precisely what happened is to file a lawsuit, which entitles her to force doctors and facility staff to sit for sworn depositions and answer questions about what happened the day Joan stopped breathing,” TMZ reports.

Melissa Rivers is worth millions after her mom left her $100 million in her will. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Melissa was left $75 million in cash and another $35 million in real estate — Joan owned an amazing condo on New York’s Upper East Side which will soon be in Melissa’s name.

According to Perez Hilton, Melissa wants to hold someone accountable for her mother’s untimely death, mainly because it was deemed “preventable.” In order to do so, Melissa needs to know exactly what happened on that fateful August day (Joan went into cardiac arrest during a throat procedure and was put on life support for a week).

“Melissa plans to sue the medical center and the doctors in order to get to the root of the problem. She feels like she has been shut down after the New York Dept. of Health and Human Services found Yorkville Endoscopy LLC to be ‘deficient.’ She believes both the facility and Dept. of Health know what went wrong, but aren’t informing her of the exact cause.”

Melissa Rivers couldn’t care less about the millions left to her in her mother’s will. She would do anything to have her mother back in her life. Since that cannot happen, Melissa is going to put some of that money to good use. She will pay an expert legal team to get to the bottom of this and maybe then will she finally have some closure.

“It’s become very clear to Melissa and experts she has spoken to that her mother didn’t have to die. This was a routine endoscopy that went wrong. Melissa has also been told that staff members at Yorkville Endoscopy revealed a shocking detail to medical investigators looking into Joan’s death — something occurred during the procedure that wasn’t medically related.”

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Why is Chevy testing 80s Camaros with its next-generation model?

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Third-generation Chevrolet CamaroIt’s not unusual to see a new car, camo-covered and mysterious, testing alongside the current-generation model. In fact, it’s pretty common. Seeing a brand-new car testing alongside its predecessor from 30 years prior, though, is downright unusual.

For reasons we can’t even begin to comprehend, Chevrolet is doing just that, testing the next-generation Camaro alongside pristine third-gen models (really, they are damn clean examples of the breed). It’s tough to tell what’s going on with these manufacturer-plated F-Bodies, but according to our spies, one of the two examples allegedly had an intercooler and a distinctly V6 engine note. Your guess is as good as ours, here – SEMA specials in the making?

The camouflaged 2016 Camaro, meanwhile, is almost equally mysterious. Glance at the gallery and note the heavy camouflage on the roof. While a first guess might point to a prototype Camaro Convertible, our spies point to the unbroken A-pillar, which feeds into the roof. Instead, the leading theory (reinforced by some not so subtle yearning on our part) is that this car features a prototype T-top roof, or full removable panel.

We’d really like to hear what you think here. What do you think Chevy is up to with both these third-gen models and the new, heavily camo’d tester? Have your say in Comments.

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Undefeated x Nike Lunar Force 1 Low

Just after releasing their highly anticipated Air Force 1 High with Supreme, Nike presents their latest collaborative project with California-based brand Undefeated. Following their last partnership, the two have this time produced a couple premium iterations of the Nike Lunar Force 1 Low. One of the sneakers features a black suede upper, while the other sees Undefeated’s signature jacquard pattern in red/white. Unifying the two colorways are the orange sockliners and the speckled midsoles, which match their first collaboration from earlier this year. Be sure to stay tuned for release information, pricing and availability.

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Undefeated x Nike Lunar Force 1 Low

Just after releasing their highly anticipated Air Force 1 High with Supreme, Nike presents their latest collaborative project with California-based brand Undefeated. Following their last partnership, the two have this time produced a couple premium iterations of the Nike Lunar Force 1 Low. One of the sneakers features a black suede upper, while the other sees Undefeated’s signature jacquard pattern in red/white. Unifying the two colorways are the orange sockliners and the speckled midsoles, which match their first collaboration from earlier this year. Be sure to stay tuned for release information, pricing and availability.

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Autobild blows China’s fake BMW X5 sky high

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The Germans famously love their cars. With high-speed cruising on the Autobahn and a lot of fun available from the country’s back roads, they have every reason to. Apparently, the country’s auto writers also take their jobs in advising the enthusiastic populace very seriously. As this video from Autobild shows, when a downright horrible vehicle like the Shuanghuan CEO comes around, it receives some sweeping destruction.

To be fair, the CEO might be one of the worst vehicles in the world. Not only is the SUV a pretty blatant copy of a first-generation BMW X5, it’s a bad one at that. The horrible build quality shown by Autobild must be seen to be believed. Even worse, the example in this video is said to be just five years old, but practically every part is rusting or corroding. There are even dead flies in the headlights.

Autobild attempts to give the CEO a proper driving test, but it fails in spectacular fashion. This is a Chinese SUV with no apparent redeeming qualities, and the video shows what happens from there. Be warned, the clip is entirely in German, but it shows enough of the vehicle’s qualities to make it clear what’s happening and why.

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Carl Banks Explains Russell Wilson And Race In The NFL

“There is no litmus test for racial ‘legitimacy.’ The only thing these ‘tests’ reveal is a window into the foolish psyche of whomever applies them.”

Amidst brewing locker room trouble among the reigning NFL Super Bowl Champions, the Seattle Seahawks, Pro Bowl kick returner and wide receiver Percy Harvin was abruptly traded to the New York Jets.

Coming as a surprise to most, speculations and rumors alike began to pour onto the web by way of both social media and sports sites. One piece that struck nerves was a Bleacher Report article stating that there was a feeling in the locker room that star quarterback Russell Wilson has been misrepresenting his race. 

In other words: Russell Wilson isn’t black enough.

While Harvin wasn’t (publicly) directly linked to the ignorant accusations regarding his now former quarterback, trading him to New York — from the outside looking in — seems to be a by-product of the dynamics of the Seahawks’ locker room.

One person who is very familiar with NFL locker room culture, 2x Super Bowl Champ with the New York Giants, Carl Banks, decided to speak his opinion on the matter of questioning the blackness of NFL players. Here’s an excerpt below:

In a society as race-crazy as ours, this sort of news is equal parts shocking and unsurprising. And — rumor or genuine story — it’s not worth anyone’s time or consideration.

In my 12 seasons as an NFL player, no one ever accused me of not being black enough. No one ever questioned my blackness because I had attained my undergraduate degree in communications from Michigan State University. No one accused me of being a sellout when I chose to invest my intellectual capital wisely, laying the business groundwork for my successful transition to life after football. And though there were undoubtedly those in my locker rooms who felt that way about me — players who occupied the same real estate as Percy Harvin and Marshawn Lynch, if they, in fact, do question Wilson’s blackness — no one dared say it to my face, or leak it to the media.

There is no litmus test for racial “legitimacy.” The only thing these “tests” reveal is a window into the foolish psyche of whomever applies them.

Unfortunately, discussions about race and the NFL are rarely nuanced and are usually counterproductive. Fans, pundits, and even players themselves regularly squander the chance to discuss race in meaningful ways. We are trained to talk around race, rather than about it, so we end up talking about “racial legitimacy” instead of deeper, real issues — like why the league’s perceived crime issues are viewed heavily through the lens of race.

Read the rest of Carl Banks’ “Blackward Thinking” HERE 

-Jamaal Fisher (@jamaalfisher)

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