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Over 100 Teenagers Occupy Vacant Home For Blowout Party

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*Homeowners who move out of the homes before they’re sold have always had to worry about thieves of squatters breaking in while they’re away.

Now, homeowners who make that decision can add partying teenagers to the list.

A luxury home in central California was up for sale recently: four bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, a big backyard and a pool. The listing also mentioned that the home was vacant.

Those last three features were the highlights of a party invitation that a 16-year-old high school junior sent out. He’d also posted information on the party on his Instagram and Twitter accounts, asking attendees to “respect the house” and “no drama at all.” However, he also wrote “If you act stupid who fucking cares.”

The kid removed the “for sale” sign on the house’s front lawn, and told neighbors he’d just bought the house and was planning a party. They asked them to just let them know, instead of calling the police, if the party got to loud.

Possibly, it was a flag that a 16-year-old kid had bought a luxury home.  And clearly he didn’t anticipate some of the neighbors knowing the homeowners or that they’d ignore his wishes and call the cops.

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Trump’s ‘Platinum Plan’: $500B to Black communities + Designate KKK, Antifa as ‘Terrorist Organizations’

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*On Friday Donald Trump announced details of his “Platinum Plan” for African-Americans, which would include increasing capital in black communities by $500 billion, designate the KKK and Antifa as terrorist organizations, and making lynching a national hate crime.

The president unveiled his plan, which would also make Juneteenth a national holiday, at the Black Economic Empowerment Conference in Atlanta.

“For decades, Democrat politicians like Joe Biden have taken black voters for granted. They made you big promises before every election—and then the moment they got to Washington, they abandoned you and sold you out,” the president said. “The Democrats will always take black voters for granted until large numbers of black Americans vote Republican.”

The plan would also help to create 500,000 new black-owned businesses and create 3 million new jobs for the black community, according to Fox News.

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Donald Trump appealin g to Black voters in Atlanta (09-25-20)

The Platinum Plan also pledges to give black churches the ability to compete for federal resources for their communities; bring better and tailored healthcare to address what the campaign called “historic disparities,” and advance home ownership opportunities and enhance financial literacy in black communities.

“Instead of fighting for public safety for these communities, the Democrats are attacking our police and empowering far-left rioters, looters, and anarchists,” Trump said. “In the Republican Party, we believe in protecting ALL black lives – including the unborn,” adding that Republicans “believe that every child, of every race – born and unborn – is made in the Holy image of God. Republicans believe that all human life is sacred.”

“At no time before has there been a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, and two agendas for the future,” Trump said.

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Breonna Taylor Protestor Brutally HAMMERED by Deputies with Police Shield! / WATCH

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LA County Sheriff’s beating protestor in West Hollywood

*Thanks to a videographer who goes by the handle of @mrcheckpoint_ on Instagram, we’re able to see how an anti-police protestor was literally hammered with a police shield … at the hands of an L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy. And it happened repeatedly. This is straight up police brutality on display.

The video shows the deputy forcefully striking the detained protester repeatedly in the legs and ankles.

TMZ is reporting that the Sheriff’s office says there were several acts of vandalism during the protest. Deputies declared the protest an unlawful assembly and ordered everyone to leave.

It’s unclear what happened to the protester who was struck with the shield, but 6 people were arrested.

The demonstrators were protesting the outcome of the Grand Jury hearing in the Breonna Taylor case.

Watch it below.

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Watch it from another perspective via video from @cammylala/Instagram

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Mariah Carey Speaks Candidly on Childhood Struggles, Marriage & More on CBS SUNDAY MORNING

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*Singer-songwriter Mariah Carey seemingly has it all. But in a new interview with CBS SUNDAY MORNING anchor Jane Pauley, Carey says it wasn’t always that way and opens up about her childhood struggles, her marriage to Tommy Mottola, her new memoir and her fans.

The interview will be broadcast Sunday, Sept. 27 (9:00 AM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Throughout the extreme challenges she faced, Carey says she was always focused on music and success.

“I always knew that I would do this, and it was just a matter of when it was going to happen,” Carey tells Pauley. “Because I came from, you know, a broken and dysfunctional family and without money or things that most people had.”

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Carey, the youngest member of an interracial family, was 3 when her parents divorced. She lived with her mother, a trained opera singer, though they lived in near poverty. She tells Pauley she felt like an outsider, which she dealt with in her songs.

“Because when someone is visually ambiguous like myself, there’s a certain, there’s a lot of different misconceptions that come with that,” Carey says.

Carey also talks with Pauley about how her classmates treated her, including a sleepover with a clique of middle school girls that turned ugly.

“I was so excited and innocently thinking this is going to be great. And then, you know, I just felt utterly betrayed because they cornered me, in order to – just completely derail me and use words we don’t say,” Carey recalls.

Carey tells Pauley she deals with a lot of issues in her book The Meaning of Mariah Carey that she’s never talked about before, even with her closest friends.

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Mariah Carey & Tommy Mottola (Getty)

Of her 1993 marriage to Sony Music CEO Tommy Mottola, Carey says she “did not have any power in that relationship.”

She was 23 and he was 44 when they married. They divorced five years later.

“I was a kid in his world, and I just kept making money for the company,” Carey says. “Just kept going in and making records and making records and writing songs and, you know, feeding the machine. And I was living a dream, but it was also a nightmare.”

In a wide-ranging interview, Carey also talks about songwriting, her movie “Glitter,” her personal 9/11 story, and that connection she has with her fans.

“There’s no way to describe the relationship that I have with my fans,” Carey says of the Lambs (as they’re called). “And no, it is not lip service. It is genuine gratitude for them, and for them validating my existence.”

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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