Update: Police have contacted the mother of a 1-year-old baby boy who was seen trapped inside a washing machine on a viral YouTube video.

The video was uploaded to YouTube where it garnered millions of hits.

The mother, Sakia David, 24, told NBC10 she left her son, Saimeir Bush, in the care of a babysitter earlier this month.

The babysitter, along with an acquaintance whom Sakia says she did not know, took Saimeir to the Federal Laundromat in Camden a couple of weeks ago.

Sakia told NBC10 had no idea what had happened to her son until she saw the video footage on the evening news. Sakia said she asked the babysitter about the incident but the babysitter denied that was Saimeir in the video.

Sakia said she believes the incident was an accident and that the unidentified male was playing with her son when he put Saimeir in the washer.

All the same, Sakia says she won't use the unidentified baby sitter again.

“Nobody should ever put a child in a washing machine,” said Saimeir’s grandmother Doreen Bey.

The Prosecutor's Office told NBC10 they have spoken with the babysitter and her male acquaintance but no one will be charged.

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One blogger shares my sentiments that singer Willow Smith is crying out for attention from her superstar parents.

Crushable.com is convinced that the 11-year-old's bizarre outfits and nonconformist hairstyles are actually a desperate plea for attention.

While I give her major props for her unique fashion choices and her determination not to blend in with the crowd, I can’t help but wonder if this latest extreme outfit is actually a plea for her attention from her parents.

According to the Lucy Daniels Center, kids who cry out for attention usually suppress intense feelings of anxiety, depression, sadness and frustration.

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More exclusive details from the ongoing Raymond vs Raymond child custody hearing.

According to Dennis Byron, of HipHopEnquirer.com, Tameka Foster's attorney Lisa West resumed her grilling of singer Usher Raymond on the witness stand today as the media was allowed back into the courtroom.

Usher lost his cool when Tameka's attorney asked him a question about a deposition. "I'm not finished speaking," said Usher, interrupting West's objection. But the judge set him straight, saying "You have to stop talking when the attorney objects."

"I'm sorry," said Usher sheepishly as he lowered his head.

Watch the Exclusive video, courtesy of HipHopEnquirer.com, after the break!

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Thanks to loyal reader Doc Holiday for sending in these shameful pics of Caucasian kids simulating the 'planking' trend that was once popular on social networking sites.

The young people in these images are seen lying down with a packet of Skittles and a can of iced tea positioned near them. The the candy and iced tea are supposed to represent the items found on the body of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was shot to death by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman in sanford, Florida in February.

Sean Combs's concubine Cassie Ventura attended the premiere of the film 'Killing Them Softly' at Palais du Festivals during the 6th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on Wednesday.

Rihanna's new Bew Rita Ora, far right, attended Sean Combs' and Cassie Ventura's yacht party in the Cannes harbour during the 65th Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday.

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Superstar actor Will Smith opened up about the bizarre incident that occurred during the Moscow, Russia premiere of his film MIB 3.

Will was enraged when a male reporter who is known for pulling pranks on celebrities attempted to kiss him on the lips.

"It was just awkward," Smith explained to David Letterman during a guest appearance on the Late Show Tuesday. (See video below the break)

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According to Dennis Byron, of HipHopEnquirer.com, Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane booted the press from the courtroom Tuesday during the contentious child custody trial of singer Usher Raymond and his ex-wife, Tameka Foster.

Judge Lane ordered the press removed from the courtroom in advance of testimony by Usher Raymond, who was asked by Tameka's lawyer, Lisa West, to explain a violent incident involving his own mother, Jonetta Patton.

According to Mr. Byron, Tameka Foster's attorney objected to the press being removed from the courtroom. It is her contention that Mr. Raymond is an unstable and unfit father.

Read Dennis Byron's report after the break, and stay tuned for more news from the courtroom later today.

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The dramatic coverage of Usher Raymond and Tameka Foster's child custody hearing continues today in a Fulton County courtroom.

According to celebrity blogger Dennis Byron, of HipHopEnquirer.com, who is in the courtroom, Usher is on the witness stand right now, and Tameka's attorney, Lisa West, is attempting to prove that his schedule is too busy to get full custody.

And just moments ago, Usher was admonished by the judge for referring to Tameka Raymond as "Tameka Foster." Apparently, the judge recognizes Foster Tameka Raymond because she kept Usher's last name after the couple's divorce in 2009.

Update: According to Dennis, Judge Lane just removed all media from courtroom while Usher was about to give testimony on evidence photos.

Update II, 3:48 pm ET:
According to Dennis, the court personnel are monitoring his coverage and that of a "famous blogger." It isn't clear who the famous blogger is.

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