According to a very reliable source, Usher Raymond's stalker, Darshelle Jones Rakestraw, is a lot more dangerous than Usher realizes.

Rakestraw was arrested at the R&B singer's mansion inside a gated community on June 24. She was taken to Emory Johns Creek hospital and later released.

During a 911 call obtained by TMZ.com Usher told the dispatcher Rakestraw was ringing his doorbell. "She's obviously a fan of some sort," he said.

Usher took out a restraining order on Rakestraw which she proudly displayed in a home video that she uploaded to YouTube.com.

According to my source, Rakestraw has reportedly been arrested more then 25 times in the past. Her alleged crimes range from robbery, burglary, and aggravated robbery to identity fraud, and stalking.

All of Rakestraw's alleged crimes (except the stalking) occurred outside of Georgia. According to my source, Rakestraw poses a serious danger to Usher and his estranged wife Tameka Foster.

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  • A former high school and collegiate basketball star-turned-coach was arrested and charged with having sex with the girls she coaches.

    Marquita Adley (pictured), was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with three counts of sexual battery by a custodian on a victim under 18 years of age.

    Adley was released on $15,000 bond after spending the night in jail. The West Broward High School girls basketball interim coach is accused of fondling a 16-year-old girl and committing other sex acts on her between April and June at the girl’s house, a teammate’s house and during a road trip.

    The girl told police that she engaged in consensual sex with the coach. She said that she did not ask Adley to stop or push her away. But in Florida a 16-year-old can't consent to sex with an adult.

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    A registered sex offender who attacked a boy inside a Portland restaurant restroom is HIV positive, according to a FOX News report.

    The suspect, Adam Lee Brown, was on parole after serving 11 years of a 15-year sentence for trying to infect young boys with HIV in 1992. Despite his HIV status -- and his reckless disregard for children -- he was ordered to register as a sex offender after his release.

    Brown was arrested Sunday after he dragged a 10-year-old boy into a Wendy's restroom, locked the door and stabbed the boy repeatedly when he fought back.

    The child screamed in pain as his father attempted to gain entry into the barricaded bathroom. A Wendy's employee managed to get the door open, and Brown shoved the boy out but locked himself inside.

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    Moments ago, a judge in Seminole County granted George Zimmerman a new bond for the 2nd time. The new bond is for $1 million which will require Zimmerman to pay $100,000 to walk out of jail as early as today.

    According to the Orlando Sentinel, the judge imposed new conditions on Zimmerman's bond. Zimmerman can't have a bank account (but his wife can), he can't open a new bank account, he must wear a GPS monitor, and he has 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.

    Zimmerman has collected over $300,000 in public donations. That gives him $200,000 to live "a good life," as he was overheard telling his wife Sheliie during a recorded jailhouse phone call in April.

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    George Zimmerman will cool his heels in jail for 2 more days. Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester Jr. will rule on Thursday whether Zimmerman will be released on bond for a 2nd time.

    Zimmerman is being held without bond on a 2nd degree murder charge in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

    Judge Lester said he was drafting the bond order at the close of his afternoon court session, the Orlando Sentinel reports. The judge made his announcement to a nearly empty courtroom Tuesday.

    The Seminole County courthouse is closed Wednesday due to the 4th of July holiday.


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    Gossip website TMZ.com reports that Usher Raymond's bitter ex-wife Tamka Foster plans to use Usher's stalker against him in court.

    The deranged stalker, Darshelle Jones-Rakestraw, 26, was arrested Sunday morning after John's Creek cops found her using her iPad on Usher's front porch. Police charged Jones-Rakestraw with disobeying a criminal trespass warning issued to her the day before.

    Sources tell TMZ Tameka is scared for her kids' safety since Jones-Rakestraw was able to get all the way to Usher's home, even though he lives in a gated community and has a security team.

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    George Zimmerman's father testified that the male voice heard on a 911 tape was Zimmerman's. "It was absolutely George," said Robert Zimmerman after hearing a brief segment of the 911 call.

    The prosecution asked him if he ever heard Zimmerman screaming before. "Oh, lots of times, he said. Robert Zimmerman also said he heard Zimmerman screaming "in a similar manner" at their home in Virginia.

    Zimmerman is back in court hoping to be released on bond a 2nd time. A judge revoked his $150,000 bond earlier this month for lying about donations from the public.

    Zimmerman's lawyer, Mark O'Mara asked the judge to allow George Zimmerman to "apologize for what he did to you." O'Mara requested that Zimmerman not be cross examined by the prosecution. After conferring with Zimmerman, O'Mara declined to put Zimmerman on the witness stand.

    Update 1, 12:213 p.m. ET
    O'Mara just concluded his closing argument. He told the judge that Zimmerman and his wife "did not trust you" to disclose the $130,000 that they had.

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    The biggest news at Thursday's NBA draft -- besides the 1st and 2nd picks emerging from Kentucky -- was the drama involving current Golden State Warriors' head coach Mark Jackson.

    According to The Smoking Gun Jackson was the target of an extortion plot by a stripper with whom Jackson carried on an extramarital affair.

    The extortion attempt culminated this week with the arrests of the stripper, Alexis Adams, and her alleged co-conspirator, ex-convict Marcus Shaw.

    Adams and Shaw are accused of trying to extort a six-figure payment from Jackson in return for not "disseminating/selling graphic photos of Jackson to the 'vultures of the media.'"

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    The bond hearing for neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman is under way at this hour in Sanford, Florida.

    A judge will decide if he should be freed on bond a 2nd time. Zimmerman is charged with 2nd degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin.

    Zimmerman's $150,000 bond was revoked earlier this month for not informing the judge about $205,000 in public donations collected by his personal website.

    Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, called a forensic finance specialist Adam McGill to the stand to help explain why Zimmerman and his wife, Shellie, lied about the $205,000.

    According to Migill, the reason Zimmerman transferred the cash into his bank account in $10,000 increments was because of "PayPal rules" -- which doesn't explain why Zimmerman's wife transferred the money from Zimmerman's bank account into hers in the same $10,000 increments.

    In a bond hearing in April, Shellie told the judge she had no idea how much money had been collected. She was later arrested and charged with perjury.

    O'Mara says Zimmerman has $11,000 in cash and goods to his name. The bulk of the donations is being held in a trust set up by O'Mara.

    Update 6, 11:35 a.m. ET
    O'Mara presents the 911 audio with screams heard in the background. O'Mara calls Robert Zimmerman, the defendant's father, to the stand to testify that the voice heard on the audio is Zimmerman screaming.

    Update 5, 11:25 a.m. ET
    The court is in a brief 5 minutes recess. The defense has no other witnesses.

    Update 4, 10:54 a.m. ET
    The defense offered evidence of Zimmerman's injuries. A paramedic testified that Zimmerman's head was "45% covered in blood," and he possibly had a fractured nose. The prosecution countered that the scalp is full of veins and bleeds profusely. The paramedic agreed. The prosecution added that Zimmerman went to work the next day and he only went to a doctor when his employer asked for a doctor's note.

    Update 3, 10:28 a.m. ET
    Zimmerman's expert witness says $24,386 was spent on Zimmerman's living expenses and paying off debts (including American Express credit card).

    Update II, 10:26 a.m. ET
    O'Mara says $200,000 was donated in 11 days to defray living expenses, not to pay Zimmerman's defense.

    Update I, 10:18 a.m. ET
    The financial expert said the money moved from Zimmerman's account to his wife's totaled about $132,000. The expert wasn't able to explain why $43,000 ended up in the bank account of Zimmerman's sister.

    This story is developing...


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  • A Chicago judge today ruled that Dwyane Wade's ex-wife can't visit her sons in the Chicago area where she owns a home. Siovaughn Funches-Wade must travel to Florida to visit her sons under supervision.

    The judge deferred her final decision on Funches-Wade's custody rights until July 9.

    The temporary ruling comes less than a week after Wade and the Miami Heat won the NBA title against the OKC Thunder in Miami.

    Funches-Wade was arrested and charged with child abduction for allegedly failing to return their sons, ages 10 and five, to Wade in a timely manner over the Father’s Day weekend.

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    A Hispanic man who was freed in a controversial Stand Your Ground ruling in the death of a car thief was shot and killed Tuesday.

    Greyston Garcia, of Miami, was shot in the neck late Tuesday by a stray bullet as he drove his truck through the rough Liberty City section of Miami.

    The Miami Herald reports that Garcia was caught in the middle of a gang shootout when he was killed.

    An unidentified 16-year-old male was also shot and killed during the shootout.

    In a controversial decision in March, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Beth Bloom ruled Garcia acted in self-defense when he chased Pedro Roteta several blocks and stabbed him to death.

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