armed robbery
 
An armed security guard interrupted a robbery in progress at a New Jersey 7-Eleven. Two men entered a 7-Eleven in Hamilton, NJ on Thursday night. One of the men hopped the counter and produced what appeared to be a handgun. The armed thug robbed the cashier at gunpoint while the other thug hopped the counter and began to empty the cash drawer.

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Logan Paul

Embattled Youtube star Logan Paul hired a security firm to guard his $6.5 million Los Angeles home after he posted a video of a man hanging from a tree in Suicide Forest in Japan.

The 22-year-old Vlogger, who earned $12 million from endorsements in 2016, posted a video of himself and his friends laughing and joking as the camera zoomed in on the man’s body hanging from a tree.

“Did we just find a dead person in the suicide forest hanging?” He asked a Japanese guide who was leading his group through the forest. “Yo, are you alive? Are you f-cking with us?” Logan joked on camera.

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Beyonce and Jay Z In Tribeca

Beyonce Knowles and her husband Shawn Carter, aka Jay Z, stepped out in NYC surrounded by a phalanx of heavily armed bodyguards on Tuesday. Bey and Jay aren’t taking any chances after singer Christina Grimmie, 22, was shot and killed by a deranged fan in Orlando last week. If there’s one thing Beyonce knows about, it’s deranged fans.

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kanye west

A bodyguard who was abruptly fired by Kanye West for being too talkative with Kim Kardashian is speaking out.

Steve Stanulis, a former NYPD cop and Chippendale dancer, says Kanye West is the most “condescending” client he’s ever worked for.

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mark zuckerberg

It cost American taxpayers $1.4 billion to protect President Barack Obama and his family in 2015. It will cost nearly that to protect Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the next decade.

Fortune.com reports Facebook paid $4.3 million to a security force to protect Zuckerberg in 2015. The social networking giant has already shelled out millions more in 2016.

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The University of Houston terminated its contract with a stadium security company after its employees assaulted fans who rushed out onto the field to celebrate the Houston Cougars’ 24-13 victory over the Temple Owls in the AAC championship on Saturday.

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