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Surveillance video shows Henry Ruggs' Corvette speeding seconds before he crashed into a Toyota RAV4, killing the driver and her dog.

Ruggs was allegedly drunk when his Corvette crashed into Tina Tintor's SUV early Tuesday.

The impact ignited fuel pouring from the ruptured gas tank. The 23-year-old woman was burned alive along with her dog, Maxi, who was in the back seat.

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The star wide receiver was let go by the Las Vegas Raiders NFL team late Tuesday.

Ruggs, 22, was driving his custom wrapped green Chevy Corvette C8 Stingray, which was gifted to him in 2020.

The sports car, which Ruggs lovingly dubbed "Lizzy," was equipped with custom wheels, interior and exterior LED lights, and a police radar detection system, according to DailyMail.com.

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Ruggs and his passenger, Kiara Kilgo-Washington, aka Rudy, both suffered "serious" injuries. He reportedly fractured a hip and appeared at his bond hearing in a wheelchair and wearing a neck brace.

In a 2020 video posted on Washington's @TheRUPrint YouTube channel, Ruggs is seen speeding in his Corvette while she nervously begs him to slow down.

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"You look scared," Ruggs tells her. He then hit the brakes, causing Washington to drop her cell phone. The video, which was titled "Wild Out Wednesdays," has since been deleted from her YouTube channel.

Ruggs was released from a Las Vegas jail after posting $150,000 bond on Tuesday. He was ordered to wear an ankle monitor while on home confinement. He can't touch alcohol, or drive and he must surrender his passport.

He told police they were on their way to his $1.1 million Las Vegas home when the fatal incident happened.

Watch the surveillance video below.

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A prosecutor will ask for the maximum penalty for former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III at his DUI trial.

The Raiders released Ruggs from his contract on Tuesday, hours after he was involved in a fatal DUI crash that left a female motorist and her dog dead.

Ruggs, 22, was driving at more than 150 mph with a blood-alcohol level twice Nevada's legal limit when his Chevrolet Corvette crashed into the back of a Toyota RAV4.

The impact and fireball killed a 23-year-old woman and her dog, a prosecutor said Wednesday.

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The Toyota was fully engulfed in flames by the time emergency responders arrived.

Ruggs and his passenger, Kiara Je'nai Kilgo-Washington, 22, with whom he has a baby daughter, were treated at a hospital with "serious" but non-life-threatening injuries.

A loaded gun was found in his car, prosecutors say.

Ruggs was booked into a Las Vegas jail and appeared in court on Wednesday with his attorneys, David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld. He wore a neck brace and was in a wheelchair after suffering a hip fracture in the crash.

He was not asked to enter a plea to the charges, pending the formal filing of charges by Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson, according to NFL.com.

Prosecutor Eric Bauman said air bag computer data showed the Corvette slowed from 156 mph to 127 mph before it collided with the Toyota.

Judge Joe M. Bonaventure said he could not recall crash case involving a speed that high since he became a judge.

The prosecutor plans to throw the book at Ruggs who faces a maximum of 20 years in state prison.

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Henry Ruggs III has been let go by the Las Vegas Raiders following a drunk driving crash that left a female motorist dead early Tuesday.

Stores selling Ruggs' Las Vegas Raiders merchandise have pulled the items from their shelves, according to TMZ.

The 22-year-old star wide receiver faces two felony charges of driving while under the influence and reckless driving, ESPN reported.

Ruggs was released from the hospital and taken straight to jail on Tuesday to await a bond hearing scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 3.

Ruggs was behind the wheel of a custom wrapped Chevrolet Corvette when it plowed into the back of a Toyota RAV4 on a busy roadway several miles west of the famed Las Vegas strip at about 3:39 a.m. local time.

When police arrived at the scene, the Toyota was fully engulfed in flames. Firefighters put out the blaze and discovered the deceased female driver inside.

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Photos taken at the scene show the extent of the damage to both vehicles. The Toyota was a charred shell and the Corvette's front end was completely demolished.

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Cones mark the direction of travel and the wreckage from both vehicles littering the street.

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Ruggs and his passenger, Kiara Je'nai Kilgo-Washington, with whom he has a baby daughter, remained at the scene. Police say he "showed signs of impairment," but the LVMPD declined to disclose the results of his breathalyzer test.

Police are barred by federal privacy law from disclosing medical information, Officer Larry Hadfield, a department spokesman, told ESPN.

Probation is not an option in Nevada for a DUI that causes death. Ruggs faces a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted.

The Raiders selected the Alabama standout in the first-round of the 2020 NFL draft. At the time, team owner Mark Davis said, "He was the only person I wanted in this draft."

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Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III has been charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence (DUI).

Las Vegas police responded to a report of an accident involving two vehicles at approximately 3:39 a.m. on November 2.

Responding officers observed a Chevrolet Corvette and a Toyota Rav4 that was on fire. The fire department put out the blaze and discovered a deceased victim inside the Toyota.

A preliminary investigation determined that the front of the Corvette collided into the back of the Toyota at a high rate of speed.

Ruggs, 22, the driver of the Corvette, remained at the scene and appeared to be intoxicated. He and a female passenger were transported to UMC Hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Ruggs was charged with DUI resulting in death after a fatal car accident, police say. The victim's name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

According to Twitter, Ruggs was gifted the wrapped Corvette last year.

In Nevada, the sentence for DUI causing bodily harm or death is a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted.

Ruggs' attorneys, David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld, told the Associated Press that the crash is still under investigation and asked "everyone to reserve judgment until all the facts are gathered."

The Raiders selected Ruggs 12th overall in the 2020 draft out of Alabama. He caught 24 passes for 469 yards and two touchdowns this season.

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The mother of a skirt-wearing teenage boy who raped a girl in a Loudon County, Virginia school bathroom says her son is a troubled boy who just wanted sex.

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, the mother, who asked not to be identified, said her son is not a male-to-female transgender.

"He's a 15-year-old boy that wanted to have sex in the bathroom, with somebody that was willing," she said. "And they're twisting this just enough to make it a political hot button issue."

"He would wear a skirt one day and then the next day, he would wear jeans and a t-shirt, a Polo or hoodie. He was trying to find himself and that involved all kinds of styles. I believe he was doing it because it gave him attention he desperately needed and sought."

She acknowledged her son's deviant, predatory behavior that included sending nude photos of himself to a girl in fifth grade.

The story made headlines after outraged parent Scott Smith, the father of the rape victim, was dragged out of a school board meeting with a bloodied mouth on June 22.

Initially, it was reported that Smith was protesting critical race theory being taught at the school. He was mocked online and his photos went viral on social media.

Then Smith told his story -- that he confronted school board officials over the brutal rape of his daughter by a transgender child.

Former President Barack Obama weighed in on the controversy by dismissing the rape as a "Phony, Trumped-Up Culture War."

School officials initially denied knowing that a girl had been sexually assaulted in the school bathroom.

It was then revealed that the same boy raped another girl in the bathroom at a school where he was secretly transferred.

On October 25, a judge found the boy guilty of the May 28 "forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio" rape of the girl. He is awaiting sentencing.

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Harlem legend Alberto "Alpo" Martinez tossed baggies of heroin out of his truck window before he was killed in a hail of bullets early Sunday.

The 55-year-old former drug kingpin was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital after he was found unresponsive in his 2017 Dodge Ram pickup truck.

Martinez was killed in the shadow of a Harlem police precinct at 3:24 a.m. on Halloween. Now rumors are swirling that he was assassinated by a law enforcement officer.

Internet sleuths point to the close grouping of bullet holes in his driver side window that suggests someone who is trained to shoot at a moving target.

However, a source told the New York Post it appears that Martinez tossed the drugs out of his window because he knew police would be arriving.

Raw video footage by Freedomnews.tv shows what appear to be heroin baggies littering the street where Martinez's truck crashed into a parked car at the corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd and West 147th.

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Martinez, who served 25 years in a federal supermax prison, confessed to 14 murders before turning government witness to help convict nearly 300 street level dealers in NY and DC.

He was released in 2015 and lived a quiet life in Lewiston, Maine under an alias - Abraham Rodriguez - as part of the federal witness protection program.

Martinez often visited his East Harlem stomping grounds where he was born and raised by his single mother.

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A police source told the New York Post Martinez should not have returned to Harlem.

"You were in the witness protection program because you testified against other drug dealers," he said. "You'd make a lot of enemies who have a score to settle. When you return to the same area, word will get out very fast. He's back in the zone."

Alpo's criminal exploits as a notorious drug dealer and bloodthirsty killer made him a legend in the streets.

Rapper Cam'Ron played him in the movie "Paid in Full," which was produced by rapper Jay Z, Damon Dash and Roc-A-Fella Films.

Jay Z, Nas and 50 Cent have all recorded rap songs referencing Martinez.

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Alberto "Alpo" Martinez was living under a new name in the federal witness protection program in Maine when he was killed in Harlem, NY early Sunday.

Martinez, 55, was shot multiple times as he sat in his 2017 Dodge Ram on the corner of Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 147th Street, across from a Harlem police precinct.

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The former drug kingpin had just left a nightclub in Harlem at 3:20 a.m. when a vehicle drove alongside his truck and someone inside the vehicle opened fire.

His body was found inside the truck at 3:24 a.m. with multiple gunshot wounds in his upper torso.

The truck had paper plates from Texas. His ID was in the name he used in the witness protection program -- Abraham Rodriguez.

Authorities say he lived in Lewiston, Maine, but he often visited his East Harlem stomping grounds where he was born and raised by his single mother.

Martinez was a notorious drug dealer and convicted murderer who served 25 years of a 35-year sentence in a supermax prison in Colorado.

He confessed to 14 murders and turned government informant to help convict nearly 300 street level drug dealers in New York and Washington, DC.

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Martinez was released from a supermax prison in 2015 and went into the witness protection program.

A police source told the NY Post Martinez should not have returned to Harlem.

"You were in the witness protection program because you testified against other drug dealers," he said. "You'd made a lot of enemies who have a score to settle. When you return to the same area, word will get out very fast. He's back in the zone."

Rapper Cam'Ron played Martinez in the 1991 movie "Paid in Full." The film was produced by rapper Jay Z, Damon Dash and Roc-A-Fella Films.

Jay Z, Nas and 50 Cent have all recorded rap songs referencing Martinez.

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On Nov. 16, 2019, Martinez posted an Instagram photo of a young Jay Z adorned in gold jewelry. He captioned the image:

"I'm proud Sean was able to make that transition out the streets and into music.. a billion clean.. no one ever thought hip hop could acclimate that kind of money back then.. a lot of these dude got rich telling our stories."

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Notorious Harlem drug kingpin Alberto "Alpo" Martinez was reportedly killed in a drive-by shooting in Harlem, NY early Sunday.

Alpo, 55, was released from a supermax prison in Colorado in 2015 after serving 24 years of a 35-year sentence for 14 counts of murder.

According to Vice TV, Alpo was released from prison in a little-known federal prison witness protection program called "cheese factories."

He reportedly turned federal informant and was responsible for sending many street level drug dealers to prison.

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Alpo was once considered a hero to Harlem residents who looked to him for Thanksgiving turkey giveaways and for protection from rival drug dealers.

But his admirers turned on him after he murdered drug rival Rich Porter in 1990. Porter was reportedly a blood relative of the late socialite Kim Porter. Alpo later apologized to the Porter family.
 
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Alpo was born and raised by his single mother in East Harlem. He spent summers with a white family as part of NYC's Fresh Air Fun program. He began selling drugs at age 13 and eventually became one of the top drug dealers in NYC by age 16.

Alpo was portrayed by rapper and actor Cam'ron in the 2002 film Paid In Full and he was name-dropped in many rap songs including Nas's "Memory Lane" and Jay-Z's "La Familia."

Watch Traumaz TV's documentary about Alpo below.
 

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Rapper Fetty Wap was denied bail during a virtual arraignment at a federal lockup in Central Islip, New York on Friday.

Wap was arrested Thursday, ahead of his performance at the Rolling Loud Music Festival New York. The "Trap Queen" rapper was taken into custody by FBI agents at the Citi Field stadium in Queens.

The New Jersey native was charged in a conspiracy to sell heroin, crack cocaine and fentanyl in California and the New York area.

He allegedly used private jets in his role as a trafficking "redistributor."

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The artist, born William Junior Maxwell II, was one of six men indicted by prosecutors in Brooklyn, the US justice department said in a statement on Friday.

Prosecutors claim Wap, along with five others, trafficked more than 100 kilograms of heroin, fentanyl and crack cocaine from the west coast and sold the deadly drugs in New Jersey and Long Island, according to the New York Post.

One of his alleged associates, Anthony Cyntje, is a New Jersey corrections officer.

The 30-year-old father-of-7 was born with glaucoma in both eyes. Doctors were unable to save his left eye.

Wap faces life in prison if convicted.

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Zayn Malik denied striking Yolanda Hadid, the mother of his ex-girlfriend Gigi Hadid, during an explosive argument at his Pennsylvania home in September.

"I adamantly deny striking Yolanda Hadid and for the sake of my daughter I decline to give any further details," he told TMZ in a statement.

Now comes word that Zayn, 28, previously pleaded guilty to crimes against Gigi and Yolanda in court documents, obtained by TMZ.

Zayn was charged with 4 criminal offenses of harassment and he pled guilty to one and no contest to the others.

According to the documents, Zayn, Gigi and Yolanda got into an explosive argument at his Pennsylvania home on Sept. 29.

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He allegedly called 57-year-old Yolanda a "f**king Dutch slut," and ordered her to "stay away from [my] f**king daughter." He also reportedly said "the f**king sperm that came out of [my] f**king c**k."

He then allegedly "shoved [Yolanda] into a dresser causing mental anguish and physical pain." Zayn denies any physical contact.

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According to court docs, he screamed at Gigi: "strap on some f***ing balls and defend your partner against your f***ing mother in my house."

Zayn also hurled abuse at a bodyguard: "Get the f**k out of my f**king house copper." He also allegedly tried to fight the bodyguard.

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Zayn pled no contest Wednesday to harassment and was sentenced to 90 days probation for each count, totaling 360 days.

He also must complete an anger management class and a domestic violence program. And he is to have no contact with Yolanda or the security guard.

A source told ET Online that the couple split up before the row at his house. They share 1-year-old daughter, Khai, together.