The parents of the two Atlanta brothers who savagely beat and stabbed them in their Snellville home have come forward to relay the message that they forgive their sons.
Yvonne and Zachery Ervin, who still bear the scars from the September 5th attack, spoke with WSB-TV as the visited sons Cameron Ervin, 17, and Christopher Ervin, 22, at Gwinnett County jail, stating:
“Those were not our boys that did that to us. We did not raise them that way.”
Zachery Ervin, the boys’ father also relayed a message of forgiveness, stating:
We forgive our sons, we love them unconditionally. We have to make sure that they understand that to strengthen themselves.
One of the boys told police he plotted to kill his mother since he was 11 years old.
[READ: New Details Reveal Atlanta Brothers Planned Parents’ Murder ‘FOR YEARS’ + Hear 911 Call Audio)]
The brothers face two felony counts of aggravated assault in addition to arson charges for trying to blow up the house to conceal their crimes.
More details + watch video of the parents’ message of forgiveness below… Continue Reading…
A forth grade teacher was fired from her job at a Christian academy after admitting to her supervisor that her child was conceived prior to her wedding date!
Jarretta Hamilton and her husband of 16 months, Samuel Treftz explained to TODAY show’s Ann Curry that her problems all occurred as a result of her being honest.
Hamilton, a widow with five children from her first marriage, had gotten work as a teacher at Southland Christian School in January 2008. Meanwhile, she also met Treftz, and they planned a Feb. 20, 2009, wedding. Three weeks prior to her wedding, she conceived her daughter, Sarah. Continue Reading…
Los Angeles police are searching for a porn star after he viciously attacked co-stars at the studio where he worked.
Stephen Clancy Hill (pictured above) aka “Steve Driver” allegedly went through the Van Nuys production house with a machete, killing at least one former co-star.
About two dozen women marched topless through the streets of Portland, Maine (April 3rd) in an effort to erase what they see as a double standard on male and female nudity.
While the pack of bouncing boobs caused quite a stir amongst male onlookers, none of the women were charged with any crime. Police said there were no incidents and no arrests, since nudity is illegal in Maine only if genitals are displayed.
Ty McDowell, who organized the march, said she was “enraged” by the turnout of men attracted to the demonstration. The purpose, she said, was for society to have the same reaction to a woman walking around topless as it does to men without shirts on. (Source)
Talk about a double standard! Maybe Erykah Badu shoulda chose Portland as the location for her “Window Seat” video.
[Read: Erykah Badu Charged After “Window Seat” Nudity Complaint]
In case you’re curious about what a bunch of topless women look like marching down the street… Continue Reading…
Last week, Cynthia Shackelford, 60, filed a lawsuit against her husband’s jumpoff and a jury in North Carolina has ordered the mistress to pay $9 million smackaroos to her lover’s estranged wife.
Under centuries-old North Carolina case law, Shackelford sued her husband’s alleged mistress, Anne Lundquist, 49, for “alienation of affection,” charging that the woman broke up her 33-year marriage.
Last week, Shackelford won. A jury awarded her $5 million in compensatory damages and $4 million in punitive damages to be paid by Lundquist.
I’m just trying to send a message to other people that are like Anne Lundquist, that if they’re looking at somebody else’s husband that’s still living at home, that’s still sleeping in the marital bedroom, that still sleeping in the marital bed, to leave him alone.
Robin Roberts spoke with the wife on ABC news. Continue Reading…