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Spirit of Dumb: Jenna Jameson – I’m Doing Porn again to Feed my Kids

by on Nov.29, 2013, under Uncategorized

Five short years after swearing she’d never do porn again, Jenna Jameson is back getting naked on camera for money — and she tells TMZ, it’s all for the sake of her family.

Jenna recently made her return to the adult industry as a webcam model — stripping and doing sex acts online in exchange for tips — and she says her kids are a HUGE motivating factor behind locking down a steady paycheck.

As we reported, Jenna’s been having money issues. She recently lost her Hollywood Hills home to foreclosure.

But it’s all especially shocking — because back during the AVN Awards in 2008, Jenna swore up and down that she’d “never ever ever spread my legs again in this industry. Ever.” It was awkward.

“As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his foolishness.” Proverbs 26:11

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Satan’s Altar Call: UPDATE: Man Who Took Selfie With Daughter Before Shooting Her Dies

by on Nov.25, 2013, under African-American Community, Endtimes, General, Leadership, Protecting the lambs

Merrick McKoy pictured with his daughter Mia, It was Merrick who shot his daughter in the head and killed her then shooting himself in the head in a dispute with his ex-girlfriend.

WESTMINSTER, Colo. – A man who family members say took a picture of his 19-month-old daughter, posted it on Facebook, then killed the baby and shot himself has died, the Adams County Coroner’s Office said Monday.

The coroner’s office issued a statement saying 22-year-old Merrick McKoy had died. McKoy had been transported to the hospital on the morning of Nov. 18 after the deadly shooting at the Westminster apartment of his ex-girlfriend, who is the mother of the slain infant.

The coroner said an autopsy will be conducted to determine McKoy’s cause and manner of death. Citing the ongoing investigation, a coroner’s official would not release the specific date McKoy died.

The mother of the baby called Westminster police about 9:35 a.m. on Nov. 18 and said she woke up to find her ex-boyfriend, McKoy, standing over her with a handgun.

The mother, Kim Phanthavongsa, 21, told police there was an altercation and she ran out of her apartment at 7030 Stuart St. She called police from a neighbor’s apartment, saying her McKoy had a gun and he was inside her apartment with their child.

Westminster police said when officers arrived at the apartment, they heard gunshots. Officers went inside and found McKoy and the baby suffering from gunshot wounds.

Family members told 7NEWS that Kim Phanthavongsa said McKoy shot the baby, Mia, then himself.

The child, Mia McKoy-Phanthavongsa, died later that day at St. Anthony North Hospital. McKoy was hospitalized at St. Anthony Central Hospital.

Distraught family members grieved the baby girl’s death.

“She just learned how to walk,” a tearful Vannatda Sivixai said on the day of the shooting. “What an angel. Whenever she smiled it was bright.”

The girl’s grandmother broke down after learning about the shooting, and again when she learned that Mia did not survive.

Family members say the grandmother was planning to take Kim and Mia to her native country of Laos after Christmas to visit other relatives.

They say Kim was ready to move on with her life, but McCoy couldn’t let go.

Police said McKoy had an active restraining order prohibiting him from contacting his ex-girlfriend or going to her apartment.

McKoy’s Facebook page showed a photo of the man and the girl posted just before the shooting. Two other posts, after the photo said, “Ima miss stall lol [sic]” and “Don’t judge me had no choice [sic].”

A neighbor who lives in the same complex said McKoy was apparently angry that Kim Phanthavongsa had broken up with him.

She said Kim told her that McKoy threatened her.

“He would just say that he wanted to be with her and if he can’t be with her, nobody can be with her,” the neighbor said. “I’m shocked. It’s hard to believe that someone you know would do something like that.”

McKoy was arrested by Westminster police on Sept. 27 in a domestic violence incident involving Kim Phanthavongsa. He was charged with assault, burglary, trespassing and telephone harassment, according to court records. An Adams County judge issued a mandatory protection order on Sept. 30, the same day McKoy was released from jail after posting $20,000 bond.

On June 25, McKoy filed a lawsuit petitioning Kim Phanthavongsa for allocation of parental responsibilities for their child. In such petitions, people seek to exercise their parental rights, which can include things such as decision-making responsibilities for the child, parenting time and establishment of a child support order.

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Curse of Cain: Wife says Zimmerman has unraveled since trial

by on Nov.21, 2013, under African-American Community, Curse of Cain, Endtimes, Leadership, Protecting the lambs

Shellie Zimmerman said her husband George Zimmerman “does seem like a ticking time-bomb.”

Shellie Zimmerman

ORLANDO, Fla. — The estranged wife of George Zimmerman said Thursday she thinks her husband has unraveled since he was acquitted in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.

“I don’t know who George is anymore,” Shellie Zimmerman said on Katie Couric’s show “Katie.” After his murder trial, he became unpredictable and “a pacing lion.”

“I like to think I married a person who was a good person, and going through the past year and a half, I don’t know how that changes a person, or how a person’s spirit breaks, but it certainly seems that’s what happened to him.”

Later, she said: “He does seem like a ticking time-bomb.”

Shellie Zimmerman said she doesn’t think her husband intended to kill the 17-year-old Martin in February 2012. He has said he fired in self-defense.

Martin was an unarmed black teenager and his death set off protests nationwide by people who believed he was racially profiled by Zimmerman. Shellie Zimmerman said she did not think her estranged husband is racist.

Zimmerman’s public defender Jeffery Dowdy said he wouldn’t comment on Shellie Zimmerman’s statements or interviews.

Since his trial, Zimmerman has had several brushes with the law, including an arrest this week on charges that he threatened his girlfriend with a gun. His attorneys say he will be acquitted.

In September, just roughly two months after his acquittal, Zimmerman was accused by Shellie Zimmerman of smashing an iPad during an argument at the home they had shared. Shellie Zimmerman initially told a dispatcher her husband had a gun, though she later said he was not armed.

No charges were ever filed against either one because of a lack of evidence and Shellie Zimmerman didn’t want to file charges. The dispute occurred days after she filed divorce papers.

Shellie Zimmerman told Couric that she ultimately decided not to pursue charges because she feared it could jeopardize her probation. She pleaded guilty in August to a perjury charge for lying during a bail hearing after her husband’s arrest. She was sentenced to a year’s probation and 100 hours of community service.

Shellie Zimmerman wasn’t home on the night Zimmerman shot Martin. She went to her father’s house the night before because she said Zimmerman had humiliated her publicly after she complained about not feeling well when they were out.

“I do wish that the night before when I had left … that he had just let me go and didn’t call me back into his life and that I didn’t play the role I played as a supportive wife,” she said. “Because my life would be very different now.”

George Zimmerman - The Restless Wanderer As recorded in the book of Genesis

“The Lord said, “What have you done? Listen! Your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground. Now you are under a curse and driven from the ground, which opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood from your hand. When you work the ground, it will no longer yield its crops for you. You will be a restless wanderer on the earth.” Cain said to the Lord, “My punishment is more than I can bear. Today you are driving me from the land, and I will be hidden from your presence; I will be a restless wanderer on the earth, and whoever finds me will kill me.” – Genesis 4:10-14

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Protecting the Lambs: Colorado man posts Facebook photo with daughter moments before killing her: cops

by on Nov.19, 2013, under African-American Community, Endtimes, General, Leadership, Protecting the lambs

Merrick McKoy allegedly shot and killed 19-month-old Mia McKoy-Phanthavongsa. He wrote on Facebook moments before her death that his relationship with the girl’s mother was the motive. The chilling message: ‘I told u I can’t live without u lol u thought I was joking now me n Mia out this b—-.’

Merrick McKoy (right) shot and killed his 19-month-old daughter, Mia McKoy-Phanthavongsa, before turning the gun on himself — moments after this picture was posted to Facebook

Moments after posting a photo of his beautiful baby daughter online, a disturbed dad made good on a Facebook threat and killed the toddler with a bullet to her head.

The chilling crime unfolded on social media after the little girl’s mom awoke Monday morning to her estranged baby daddy standing over her bed with a handgun, police in Colorado told the Daily News Tuesday.

Merrick McKoy posted about his motives and intentions just moments before killing his daughter.

The mom fought with her jealous ex-beau and fled to a neighboring apartment where she desperately called 911, cops said.

When police arrived on scene, an officer entered to find Merrick McKoy and little Mia with gunshot wounds, police said.

Mia's mother, Kimphone 'Kim' Phanthavongsa, 21, called police to alert them that her ex-boyfriend was inside her apartment with their child and had a handgun.

Both were rushed to a local hospital, but only McKoy survived. He was in critical condition.

Westminster Police in Colorado heard gunshots when they arrived at Phanthavongsa's apartment, seen above.

“I told u I can’t live without u lol u thought I was joking now me n Mia out this bitch,” McKoy, 22, wrote on his Facebook page shortly before gunning down 19-month-old Mia McKoy-Phanthavongsa.

The cowardly dad made an exaggerated face with puckered lips as he held the helpless youngster in his arms for one last, haunting father-daughter portrait. “Don’t judge me had no choice,” he wrote in his final Facebook post before carrying out his fiendish plan.

The little girl’s mother, Kimphone (Kim) Phanthavongsa, 21, had an active restraining order against McKoy following a domestic violence incident, Westminster, Colo., police confirmed.

The mom was “hysterical” when she learned of her daughter’s fate, so police have yet to interview her, a police spokeswoman told The News.

“We’re trying to be very respectful of the fact that she tragically lost her child,” Investigator Cheri Spottke said, calling the incident “particularly heinous.”

A woman identifying herself as being Merrick McKoy's sister posts her reaction to the shooting of her niece on Facebook.

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