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The mother of slain Chicago rapper FBG Duck says the FBI has five suspects in custody for his murder.

The aspiring rapper was gunned down in a drive-by shooting while he shopped with friends in the famed Gold Coast area of downtown Chicago on August 4, 2020.

The 26-year-old rapper, who was born Carlton Weekly, was one of Chicago's rising drill rappers. He was a member of the rap collective Fly Boy Gang, abbreviated as FBG.

His mother LaSheena Weekly took to social media on Wednesday to announce the FBI had five suspects in custody.

She said in a video:

"They killed my motherf**king son. I'm gonna be the first to tell you, they got them motherf**kers. They killed my son."

Cell phone video captured Duck's final moments as he struggled to breathe after being shot multiple times.

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The rapper and his friends had just exited a store when a black Taurus and a silver Chrysler 300 pulled up. Four shooters got out of the two vehicles and opened fire on the group.

At least 50 shots were fired at the victims in broad daylight, police say. One other man was injured but survived.

Some say Duck's murder was in retaliation for dissing deceased Chicago gang members on his last song, titled "Dead B*tches," which dropped in 2020.

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A 28-year-old Atlanta woman was killed after falling from a Lamborghini that sped off when she accused the driver of robbing her.

Authorities say Catherine Khan started fighting with a man inside a Lamborghini after accusing him of stealing her wallet, identification, and a precious family heirloom.

The incident occurred on Monday, Oct. 11, at around 11 p.m. near a restaurant where Khan worked.

Khan was reportedly drunk and fighting with the man who allegedly stole her purse which contained her wallet, credit cards, an item belonging to her grandmother, and her ID.

The incident, captured on cell phone video, shows Khan slapping a white Lamborghini and yelling, "Call the cops! I just got robbed... My ID, my card, everything. Everything is gone!"

Khan then hopped into the vehicle and continued yelling that she had been robbed.

The luxury sports car sped off and Khan apparently fell out of the moving vehicle at the intersection of Piedmont and Peachtree Roads in Atlanta's upscale Buckhead suburb.

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She was transported to Atlanta's Grady Hospital where she was pronounced dead from head injuries.

Police are trying to determine if Khan was pushed from the vehicle or if she fell while trying to jump out.

Khan's father, Noor Khan told Fox 5 Atlanta News that Catherine was an organ donor. He said the doctor told him her organs were donated to two babies.

"I can't get my daughter back. I can't get her back. What happened to my daughter, I don't want to happen to any other girl," said Noor Khan.

Catherine was the eldest of his four children.

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Tyga walked out of jail on Tuesday after posting $50,000 bond following his arrest on felony domestic violence charges.

The "Taste" rapper turned himself in to the police on Tuesday after his ex-fiancee, Camaryn Swanson accused him of roughing her up and giving her a black eye.

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The Grammy-nominated rapper is accused of beating Camaryn early Monday at his house.

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After Tyga left the Hollywood police station, a mystery blonde was seen arriving at his $12.8 million Bel-Air mansion.

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Camaryn's personal belongings, suitcases and boxes were piled in a corner of Tyga's garage waiting for someone to collect them.

According to TMZ, a drunken Camaryn showed up at his house at 3 a.m. Monday "shouting" for Tyga to let her in. After he let her inside the home, an argument ensued and Tyga allegedly pinned Camaryn against a wall and threw the 22-year-old Instagram model out of his house.

On Tuesday, Camaryn filed a domestic violence report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

She took to her social media to share pictures of her alleged injuries, alongside screenshots of text messages purportedly from Tyga, 31.

The screenshots appeared to show that the rapper sent a car to pick her up on Monday night while the couple was in the process of splitting up.

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"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself," she wrote.
 
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Tyga and the Atlanta native, who grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, first went Instagram official on March 17th, 2021.

He is best known for dating an underage Kylie Jenner after they met at her Sweet 16 Party in 2011. They broke up in 2017.

Camaryn reportedly earns a modest living as co-founder of the apparel company Meaning of Mine with her younger sister Elle Swanson.

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Update: Tyga has been arrested on felony domestic violence charges on Tuesday, October 12.

The 31-year-old Grammy-nominated rapper turned himself in to police following an altercation with his former fiancee, Camaryn Swanson, early Monday at his $12.8 million Bel-Air mansion.
 
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Tyga is reportedly "cooperating with police" amid allegations that he physically abused his ex-fiancee Camaryn Swanson.

According to TMZ, the alleged incident occurred early Monday, when the Instagram star showed up on the rapper's doorstep at around 3 am. She was apparently stumbling drunk, and began shouting for him to let her in.

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Once he let her inside to talk, Swanson claims Tyga got rough with her and pinned her against a wall before shoving her out the front door.

After her mother picked her up from Tyga's house, Camaryn filed a domestic violence report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

TMZ notes that police officers took a report for felony domestic violence after observing "visible marks" on her body.

While Tyga hasn't been arrested or charged, he is reportedly planning to talk to police on Tuesday.

Once she sobered up, Camaryn, 22, took to her social media to share pictures of her alleged injuries, alongside screenshots of text messages purportedly from Tyga, 31.

The screenshots appeared to show that the rapper sent a car to pick her up on Monday night.

"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself," she wrote.

Tyga has yet to comment publicly on the allegations.
 
READ ALSO: Tyga and girlfriend spark wedding rumors as she wears ring on THAT finger
 

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The incident comes four months after Camaryn began flashing a sizable diamond ring on that finger.

Tyga and the Atlanta native, who grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, first went Instagram official on March 17th, 2021.

She reportedly earns a modest living as co-founder of the apparel company Meaning of Mine with her younger sister Elle Swanson.

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Tyga shares 8-year-old son King Cairo with West Coast socialite and Instagram model Blac Chyna who went viral on Monday after an outburst about the mRNA vaccine at an airport (see video below).
 

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A U.S. Army sergeant who fatally shot his pregnant mistress as she drove on a Georgia highway, was arrested in North Carolina.

Alonzo Dargan Jr., 30, was arrested at Fort Bragg in Cumberland County on Thursday.

Dargan was on active duty at Fort Bragg as a staff sergeant, Channel 2 Action News reports.

Dargan is accused of killing Akeila Ware, 29, of LaGrange, Ga., and their unborn child, as she drove on Highway 18 in Troup County, Ga. on Tuesday, October 5.

Dargan has been charged with murder, feticide and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Authorities initially believed Ware was shot during a road rage incident.

After Ware was shot, her bullet-riddled Honda Accord veered off the highway and crashed near E. Drummond Road.

Georgia State Patrol troopers responding to a report of a single-car crash found Ware unresponsive inside the car, authorities said.

Ware and her unborn child were pronounced dead at a Columbus-area hospital.

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Ware, a single mother of five, was expecting her 6th child.

Dargan is married with children. None of Ware's other children were fathered by Dargan.

Troup County Sheriff James Woodruff announced Dargan's arrest in a press conference on Friday morning.

"I could not believe somebody had shot and killed a young mother with five children," Woodruff said. "And on top of that, killed her and she had a baby inside her that resulted in the death of that baby."

Woodruff said Dargan grew up in Troup County.

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18 former NBA players have been arrested and charged with defrauding the NBA's health and welfare benefit plan out of $4 million, federal prosecutors say.

Shannon Brown, pictured with ex-wife Monica Arnold in 2015, was indicted on October 7 by a federal grand jury in the Southern District of New York on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

Brown, 35, retired from the NBA in 2018 after 12 seasons. Monica, 40, divorced him a year later.

17 other former NBA players, including Sebastian Telfair, Glen "Big Baby" Davis and Darius Miles, were also charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

Federal prosecutors say the retired NBA stars filed fraudulent insurance claims for reimbursement to the tune of $4 million. Of that amount, the players took in $2.5 million, according to prosecutors.

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Sebastian Telfair, 36, was seen departing the Federal Court in the Southern District of NY with an ankle monitor after being indicted by a federal grand jury on October 7 in New York City. He retired from the NBA in 2017 after playing 13 seasons.

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The other seventeen defendants were also equipped with ankle monitors.

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In this August 25, 2019 file photo, Glen "Big Baby" Davis, right, fights off defender Donte Greene during the BIG3 Playoffs in New Orleans, Louisiana. Davis retired from the NBA in 2019 after 12 seasons.

Davis, 35, was indicted by a federal grand jury in the Southern District of New York on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud.

On February 7, 2018, Davis was arrested and charged with drug possession and drug distribution after police found marijuana and a briefcase containing $92,000 in cash inside his hotel room in Aberdeen, Maryland.

The drug charges against Davis were later dropped in exchange for a plea deal.

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The teenager who shot four people in an Arlington, Texas high school on Wednesday was released on $75,000 bond after turning himself in.

Timothy George Simpkins, 18, walked free from jail after he turned himself accompanied by his attorney on Wednesday evening.

The teenager posted bond hours after he shot up a classroom at Timberview High School on Oct. 6.

Family members say Simpkins was constantly "bullied" because he "was rich" and "had nice things."

Carol Harrison Lafayette, a spokesperson for the family, told reporters that Simpkins had been bullied and robbed twice at school.

"This is a situation where Timothy was being bullied," Harrison Lafayette said.

"It had been reported to the principals right along with the teachers. I'm not trying to justify the gun that was brought, but when you're being bullied, when there's bullies, throughout this nation you hear of young people ... committing suicide."

She described Simpkins as an "outgoing, loving person" who lives with his grandmother who helped raise him.

"He's been around his grandmother, his loving mother, they taught him to love, and he was a giver... mostly well liked up until the point where he got into his senior year... He was looking forward to graduating and doing something with his life."

Cell phone video taken by another student shows a boy who looks like Simpkins covering his head with his hands while a 15-year-old boy punched him repeatedly.
 

After the fight, Simpkins reportedly retrieved a black Glock handgun from his backpack and shot the 15-year-old, who is still hospitalized.

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An Instagram photo shows Simpkins sitting in his silver Dodge Charger with a black handgun visible in the driver's side door pocket.

Simpkins also allegedly shot 25-year-old Calvin Pettitt, a male teacher who broke up the fight. Pettitt was shot in the back. A female student who was grazed by a bullet was released from the hospital on Wednesday.

It isn't clear why Simpkins was in the same class as a 15-year-old.

Simpkins' family claims he was bullied by other students because he has nice things. They claim he lashed out in self-defense.

His family described Simpkins as a 'lovable' kid who was only trying to defend himself.
 

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Police have arrested a student wanted in a mass shooting at a Texas high school on Wednesday, Oct. 6.

Timothy George Simpkins, 18, was arrested without incident and charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault, the Arlington Police Department tweeted.

Simpkins went on a shooting rampage at Timberview High School in Arlington.

Investigators said Simpkins opened fire wounding four people after getting into a fistfight in a classroom.

Three of the victims were transported to local hospitals. Their conditions are unknown.

One victim, a pregnant teacher, refused treatment.

Simpkins reportedly fled in a 2018 silver Dodge Charger muscle car with license plate number PFY6260.

Three of the victims were students and were hospitalized, according to law enforcement officials.

Update: Added video of classroom fight before shooting.
 


 

Simpkins is vaccinated, according to his social media profile.

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Authorities in Florida believe they have found the body of missing 19-year-old college student Miya Marcano.

The body was discovered at 10:45 a.m. in a wooded area on Saturday, Orange County Sheriff John Mina announced at a press conference.

Miya Marcano was last seen on September 24 at Arden Villas apartment complex where she lived and worked in Orlando, Florida.

"We can't imagine the pain, the anguish, that Miya's parents, family, loved ones, the friends and really our entire community have gone through and will continue to go through," Mina said Saturday at a press conference. "On behalf of the men and women in the Orange County Sheriff's Office, we offer our deepest condolences."

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The man suspected of Miya's murder, Armando Manuel Caballero, 27, killed himself in his apartment at a Seminole County apartment complex. His body was found on Sept. 28, days after he was questioned by police and cleared as a suspect.

Caballero worked as a janitor at Arden Villas apartments since June.

Police say Caballero was romantically interested in Miya, and she repeatedly rejected his advances.

Miya worked in the leasing office at the apartment complex. Caballero used a master key fob to enter her apartment about 30 minutes before her shift ended at 5 pm.

An arrest warrant was issued for Caballero after the complex manager told authorities he entered Miya's apartment that day without permission.

Her apartment showed signs of a struggle. There was blood on her pillow and the front door was barricaded from the inside.

Miya, a student at Valencia College in Orlando, was scheduled to fly home to Fort Lauderdale to visit her parents the day she went missing.

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Many of you asked what happened to the sexual assault lawsuit filed by a man against CNN anchor Don Lemon.

Two years have passed since Dustin Hice filed the lawsuit accusing Lemon of sexual assault and battery.

In his lawsuit Hice claims the incident occurred at Murf's Backstreet Tavern in the Hamptons in July 2018.

The lawsuit was filed in Suffolk County Court on Aug. 11, 2019, theJasmineBrand reports.

Hice's attorney writes:

"[Lemon] put his hand down the front of his own shorts, and vigorously rubbed his genitalia, removed his hand and shoved his index and middle fingers into Plaintiff’s mustache and under Plaintiff's nose.

"Lemon intensely pushed his fingers against Plaintiff's face under Plaintiff's nose, forcing Plaintiff's head thrust backward as Defendant repeatedly asked Plaintiff 'Do you like p***y or d**k?' While saying this, Mr. Lemon continued to shove his fingers into Plaintiff's face with aggression and hostility."

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Lemon and his co-anchor, Chris Cuomo, lashed out at social media users for putting them both on blast.

On Tuesday night, Lemon and Cuomo called for social media to be regulated.

"You shouldn't just be able to spread things about people that's not true," Lemon said.

"It has a big influence on someone's livelihood, their credibility, their career, even their lives. So I think it should be regulated. I've always thought that. I don't think I should be able to go on Twitter or Facebook or Instagram and say whatever I want about Chris Cuomo whether it's true or not."