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Lori Harvey is quickly becoming old news after taking up with promiscuous rapper Future Hendrix.

With her 15 minutes winding down, the Internet claims she pulled a Jussie Smollett to stay relevant.

According to The Blast, Lori parked her 2020 Rolls-Royce SUV in the parking deck of an Atlanta apartment complex on Wednesday night. Suddenly, a man ran up and jumped into the driver's seat while she was getting groceries out of the trunk.
 

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Lori claims she tried to pull the guy out of the car when she remembered he couldn't go anywhere because she had the key fob in her hand.

As she walked away, another suspect rolled up and snatched a duffle bag out of the Rolls-Royce trunk.

Lori told police the duffle bag contained only clothes.

Police drove to the Whole Foods were Lori bought her groceries to review the surveillance video to determine if anyone followed her home from the high end grocery store.

The Internet immediately doubted Lori's story.

Dontarius Turner Police arrested Dontarius Turner, the Memphis man wanted on charges of shooting and robbing an Atlanta woman he met on a dating website.

The Atlanta Journal reports Turner was apprehended just before 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 9.

The unidentified victim told College Park police she met the man who called himself "Cash" on the dating website Badoo.com.

She said she agreed to meet "Cash" offline for a date at a Waffle House in College Park on Dec. 24, CBS46.com reports.

After leaving the Waffle House, the woman agreed to go with Cash to a hotel room nearby. But on the way to the hotel, Cash produced a gun and ordered the 34-year-old woman to pull over and give him her purse at 12:45 a.m.

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Monique Lassiter

A woman was shot by carjackers who stole her Chevy Camaro sports car outside her gated Sandy Springs community on Wednesday night, Channel 2 Action News reports. Police recovered the stolen car on Roswell Road and impounded the vehicle.

Israr Shah said an armed gunman approached him and his wife, Monique Lassiter, outside of their apartment at the Lodge Apartments on Roswell Road.

“All of the sudden this guy came with a bandana on his face holding a gun,” Shah told Channel 2’s Mike Petchenik. “He asked us to get on the floor.”

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