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Lakeyria Doughty, star of HBO's dirt bike culture film Charm City Kings, is charged with murdering her girlfriend.

Doughty, 26, is charged with first- and second-degree murder, misdemeanor and felony assault and possession of a deadly weapon in the stabbing death of Tiffany Wilson, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Baltimore police responding to a 911 call around 4:15 p.m. Friday, found Wilson unresponsive with stab wounds to the chest. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

"It was a domestic situation where cooler heads didn’t prevail," police spokesman Donny Moses told the Sun.

Doughty is best known as "Wheelie Queen" in the coming-of-age documentary on the dirt bike culture in Baltimore.

The film, which premiered in October on HBO MAX, is an adaptation of Lofty Nathan's documentary "12 O'Clock Boys" starring Meek Mill and Jahi Di'Allo Winston.

Wilson's death is the first homicide of 2021 in Baltimore. Doughty faces life in prison if convicted on all charges.
 

 

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A popular Instagram model is in police custody after she stabbed her mother and cut out her beating heart, while she was still alive.

Anna Leikovic, a 21-year-old medical student, allegedly stabbed her mother, Praskovya Leikovic, 40, with a knife and cut out her heart, while Praskovya was reportedly still alive. She then cut out her mother's lungs, and intestines.

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After mutilating Praskovya (left), Leikovic (right) calmly showered and went out on a date with her boyfriend.

"She stabbed her mother with a knife and then cut out the heart of a living woman," a police source said, according to DailyMail.com.

"It is hard to believe but she cut out the heart in the most literal sense of the word."

Following her arrest, Leikovic appeared in court wearing a black leather jacket, blue jeans and a silver face mask.

She was filmed lying down on a bench while grooming her nails in the courtroom.

When asked by a journalist whether she had killed and mutilated her mother, Leikovic laughed and replied: "Goodbye."

An uncle told a reporter her mother returned home from working in Germany and believed her daughter was strung out on drugs.

He said Praskovya arranged for Leikovic to enter a drug rehab facility. He couldn't believe that his niece stabbed his sister to death.

"It took two hours for the police to tell me Anna is the main suspect. I could not even imagine this," he told a reporter.

Leikovic's nearly 13,000 Instagram followers were stunned by the news. Many continue to leave words of sorrow and anger under her photos.
 

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21 Savage's brother Terrell Davis was stabbed to death in London on Sunday, multiple outlets report.

Davis, 27, was fatally stabbed during an argument with a friend, a source close to the family said.

Davis was shopping for his grandmother who is on lockdown due to reported rise in Covid-19 positive tests. The argument between the two men escalated into violence and the man stabbed Davis "out of the blue." Davis was pronounced dead at the scene.

Davis and the rapper, who were both born in London, share the same father, Kevin Emmons.

21 Savage confirmed his brother's death on Instagram.com. "Can't believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s*** back."

The source said the rapper has not been back to London after his arrest on immigration charges in 2019. His immigration case is ongoing.

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A Texas woman who cut her friend's baby out of her uterus told a state trooper she had just given birth.

Reagan Hancock, 21, died on Friday, Oct. 9, after Taylor Parker, 27, cut her unborn child out of her uterus. Reagan was eight months pregnant and due to deliver a baby girl in November.

During a traffic stop, Parker told a Texas state trooper she had just given birth and she was on her way to the hospital because the baby stopped breathing.

The baby was pale with bluish discoloration around her lips. Parker and the unresponsive baby girl were rushed to a hospital in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, where the baby was pronounced dead.

Family members said Reagan and Parker were friends and Parker had taken photos at Reagan's wedding in Texarkana in September 2019.

Abby Mathis told a reporter that Reagan was worried the baby would come early. "I'm scared she's fixing to come faster. I feel like she's going to be here before November."

Mathis said she told Reagan, "Let's pray she stays in there as long as she can so she's extremely healthy."

Reagan's mother, Jessica Brookes, told The Daily Beast she found her daughter "mortally wounded" in her New Boston home on Friday.

Reagan's grandmother said Reagan was attacked while her 3-year-old daughter, Kynlee, was asleep in her bed.

Brookes said Reagan and her husband, Homer, worked hard. She said Reagan worked at a seafood restaurant right up until her death, even though her ankles were swollen.

"They worked so hard to have what they had," Brookes said. "She never quit working. She didn't call in sick. The only time she missed work was when she had a doctor's appointment."

Brookes said she last spoke to her daughter the night before she died. Reagan had already given her unborn baby a name: Braxlynn.

She said Reagan saw signs that Braxlynn would be born soon; she had a bag already packed for a hospital stay.

"Everybody says you can have memories," Brookes said. "Well, you don't want to just have memories. You want to have your baby. And we never got to meet Braxlynn. We're in pieces. I'd never wish this on anyone."

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A Florida police union lost a motion to keep the identity of the white police officer who shot and killed female-to-male transgender NaTosha "Tony" McDade a secret.

McDade, who was described as a "black transgender man" by liberal news media outlets, was fatally shot by a Tallahassee police officer on May 27.

Police responding to a call about a fatal stabbing around 10:45 a.m. saw McDade who fit the description of the suspect, armed with a handgun.

An eyewitness told reporters McDade stabbed a man then fled the scene on foot.

Police approached McDade. According to a police report, McDade "then made a move consistent with using the firearm against the officer, who fired their issued handgun, fatally striking the adult female suspect."

Angry transgender activists took to social media to correct the victim's gender and to criticize police and the news media for "misgendering" McDade.

Tallahassee Police Chief Lawrence Revell said "anger is justified" after several Black people were killed by white officers in the state.

McDade's death is the third officer-involved shooting in Tallahassee in two months.

The police union tried to keep the officer's name a secret using "Marsy's Law." But the judge rejected the motion, saying the Attorney General would need to review the motion.

McDade was initially identified as a woman on social media.

"A black girl was just killed in Tallahassee by cops. She was walking alone and minding her business. Shot five times," one user tweeted. "Non-male so I know you mother***kers don't care. Just talking to myself..."