Charlamagne Tha God Says, ‘I Never Sexually Assaulted Anyone’

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Yesterday it was reported, Jessica Reid  is seeking legal representation and wants to re-open the criminal case against Charlamagne. Joslyn says she and her daughter have already notified officials in Berkeley County about their intentions and requested information on the steps needed to go forward.

Although too much time has passed for a civil case, South Carolina has no statute of limitations on prosecution for criminal sexual conduct with a minor.

Joslyn said that the narrative the radio personality gave in the interview was “very hurtful,” and claims it further contributed to her daughter’s suffering.

Fast Forward…

Charlamagne Tha God is furious over new reports suggesting he sexually assaulted a teenage girl more than 17 years ago, since he was already cleared in a court of law … and now he’s considering seeking legal action.

According to TMZ reports, For the record, officials had always maintained that Charlamagne cooperated with the investigation and took a DNA test … which did not produce any evidence that he had sexual contact with the girl.

Charlamagne did, however, plead guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor due to underage kids (including the accuser) drinking alcohol at the party he threw. He was sentenced to probation.

Now, Charlamagne — real name Lenard McKelvey — believes someone is dredging up the old case and fudging the facts in an effort to smear his name.

He’s lawyered up with famed celebrity bulldog attorney Marty Singer and Michael Weinsten who tells TMZ, “More than seventeen years ago, Charlamagne was accused of a sexual assault. He never had sexual relations or any physical contact with the accuser and even provided DNA to prove it.”

“At the time of these claims, Charlamagne cooperated fully with authorities, and after the investigation, this charge against him was dropped.”

“Charlamagne has spoken about this many times over the years in public, including in his book. While Charlamagne has empathy for all sexual assault victims, he cannot take responsibility for a crime he did not commit.”

We’re told Charlamagne is now considering his legal options and vows to vehemently protect his name and reputation.

 

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Forbes Responds To Backlash After Calling Kylie Jenner “Self Made”: ‘Fully acknowledges that within the term ‘self-made’ there are many who are more self-made than others’

After Forbes magazine touted “America’s Women Billionaires” with Kylie Jenner on its cover, the backlash was immediate over the reference to the reality TV star as “self-made.”

A spokeswoman for Forbes told CNN the publication “fully acknowledges that within the term ‘self-made’ there are many who are more self-made than others.
“In fact we began scoring members of the Forbes 400 on a scale of 1 to 10 to capture the variations,” the spokeswoman said. “The link to that is here. Yes, Kylie comes from a wealthy family and she got a visibility boost from her family but she owns her company and is valued based on earnings she has personally received and on the value of the company she founded.”

 

‘Black Ink Crew Chicago’ Season 4, Episode 6

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Ashley returns from Texas after Don gets a DUI, Terrence proposes to Danielle again, and Charmaine goes behind everyone’s backs to put herself in charge of Loyal Ink.

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Emmett Till Case Reopened By Department Of Justice 63 Years After His Death

Image result for murder of emmett till Last year it was reported, The woman at the center of the brutal murder of Emmett Till — which helped launch the civil rights movement — has revealed for the first time that she had fabricated the most sensational part of her testimony, reported Vanity Fair.

Fast Forward…

The Department of Justice has reopened the case surrounding the killing of the black teen after receiving “new information,” The Associated Press reported Thursday. The case was closed in 2007 after authorities said the suspects had died and the state grand jury didn’t file any charges.

No other information is known in regards to the reopening of the case.

A year ago came the report that Till’s accuser, Carolyn Bryant Donham, lied about the teen physically and verbally threatening her.

“Nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,” Donham said in Timothy Tyson‘s book, The Blood of Emmett Till. When Donham had testified in the Till case she said that the teen Till grabbed her and verbally threatened her. “He said [he had] done something with white women before,” she said. “I was just scared to death.” Although a jury did not even hear Carolyn’s words, the court spectators put her words on the record, which led to the jury acquitting the murderers of the 14-year-old boy.

 

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