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Two North Carolina men face charges of raping, drugging and robbing a woman who was found dead in a hotel room in South Beach, Florida.

Evoire Collier, 21, (left) and Dorian Taylor, 24, both of Greensboro, North Carolina, allegedly gave Christine Englehardt a "green pill" which she chased down with alcohol at a South Beach bar.

They then took her back to her room at the Albion Hotel, where she passed out. Englehardt's semi-nude body was found on the bed in the room on Thursday, March 18.

Collier later told police he and Taylor -- in town for Spring Break -- met 24-year-old Englehardt at a local restaurant before giving her the drug as they walked along Ocean Drive.

The trio then headed back to her hotel at 1650 James Avenue, according to a police report

Surveillance footage shows the men holding Englehardt by her neck as she staggered to her room.

Collier and Taylor then had sex with Englehardt while she was unconscious, police said. Authorities said Englehardt was unable to give consent because she was under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Collier and Taylor allegedly robbed Englehardt, stealing her phone, cash and credit cards before leaving her for dead, police say.

A surveillance camera caught one of the men using her credit card to buy alcohol at a liquor store.

Collier and Taylor appeared in a Miami-Dade courtroom on Monday following their arrests on Sunday. A judge ordered the two suspects held without bail.

The suspects face murder or manslaughter charges if tests show the drug they gave Englehardt was the cause of her death.

Miami Beach officials declared a state of emergency and imposed an 8 p.m. curfew in South Beach after thousands of mostly Black, maskless Spring breakers descended on Miami for the annual ritual of drinking, drugs and partying.

Police arrested more than 1,000 people -- mostly Black out-of-towners who were not just college students.
 

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For years former B2K member Raz-B accused his then-manager Chris Stokes of inappropriate sexual behavior and other unproven allegations.

Now Raz-B, real name De'Mario Thornton, is being accused of the same salacious acts by an ex-girlfriend, Kallee Brookes.

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In a video posted on Tik Tok, Kallee asked her followers to name a "f***ed up thing" that an ex did to them. "I'll go first," she said, before accusing Raz-B of blacking her eye, choking her unconscious and raping her. She said he strangled her in a parking lot and threatened to kill her.

She also claims she lied to police to protect him. All was forgiven after he put a "large down payment on a car" for her. She captioned the video: "This is why I have trust issues."

After fading into obscurity when B2K broke up, Raz-B revived his career by repeatedly accusing Stokes, 51, of molesting him.

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In his most recent allegations in February, Raz B called for other victims of Stokes to come forward.

He also created a foundation called "You Are the Light" to bring awareness to the sexual abuse of Black males and is using his foundation to support other victims of Stokes.

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Raz-B, pictured 2nd from left with Stokes (center) and B2k members J-Boog, Omarion and Lil Fizz, has never filed a police report against Stokes. But he may find himself on the receiving end of a rape charge if Kallee goes to the police.
 

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Iyanna "Yaya" Mayweather reacted to the news that her baby daddy, NBA YoungBoy is in federal custody in Los Angeles.

Yaya is the mother of YoungBoy's youngest child. He has 7 children by various women, with an eighth baby rumored to be on the way.

The distraught single mom took to her Instagram Story to call for her baby daddy's freedom.

"My day has been ruined [sad face emoji, broken heart emoji]," wrote Yaya, the daughter of champion boxer Floyd Mayweather. In a follow-up post, she added, "#FREEKENTRELL."

The 21-year-old rapper, whose moniker means Never Broke Again YoungBoy, was taken into custody on Monday by the LAPD after they pulled over a vehicle he was in, TMZ reported. Cops unleashed a K9 officer to sniff him out when he fled on foot.

An unregistered firearm was recovered in the vehicle.

YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, is now in the custody of the FBI, who recently formed a task force to lock up violent gang members masquerading as rappers.

Also on their list is Atlanta gangbanger YFN Lucci and Chicago gangbanger-turned-rapper Lil Durk, who currently resides in Atlanta.

YoungBoy has been arrested multiple times in the past -- mostly on drugs and firearms charges, as well as probation violations.

His most recent arrest was for drugs and weapons possession in his native Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September.
 

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy is in FBI custody tonight after LAPD cops pulled his vehicle over and then used a K9 cop to track his scent after he fled the vehicle on foot.

The 21-year-old Louisiana native, real name Kentrell Gaulden, was arrested Monday night on an outstanding warrant, TMZ reported.

LAPD and federal agents attempted to pull over a vehicle the troubled rapper was a passenger in, but the rapper bolted on foot. Police used a K9 officer to track his scent to his hiding place.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the cops set up a perimeter and used a K-9 to sniff YoungBoy out. The police dog didn't bite him -- but did locate him quickly.

Police executed a search warrant and located an unregistered firearm in the vehicle.

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Over the weekend, the father-of-7 went live on Instagram and appeared to cry out for help.

In the video he is seen smoking weed, playing new music, and behaving strangely. At one point he said he was lost and needed help.

Watch the video clip below.
 

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Clay Travis says sports media is "struggling" with the Deshaun Watson case because "It doesn't fit easy identity politics criteria."

The 25-year-old Houston Texans quarterback faces sex assault allegations from multiple massage therapists who say he solicited them for sex on social media.

The OutKick founder says there's a good reason why the media isn't all over the Watson case.

"One reason that this story is receiving almost no sports media attention is because it doesn't fit easy identity politics criteria," Clay said during his radio show OutKick the Coverage on Monday.

"Because you have women who are mostly powerless, and mostly minorities that are usually considered to be victims in cases like these. But then the person who potentially took advantage of them is black in Deshaun Watson, who is typically considered to be a victim in sports media circles too."

Travis continued:

"So what happens when two victim-laden ideologies collide? Your typically woke sports media doesn't know how to cover it because they're going to alienate one side of the equation, in the victimization pyramid, if they pick a side."

Travis compared Watson's case to former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, who was accused of a mooning incident at the University of Tennessee -- 20 years after the fact.

"Think about the way that Peyton Manning's alleged mooning was covered by ESPN when it became a big story in wake of the Carolina Panthers losing to the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl a few years ago. Cam Newton didn't shake hands. He stormed out of his press conference. And a result, that imbecile Shaun King, social media woke warrior, decided to go back into Peyton Manning's history and draw up 20-year-old allegations from when he was in college."

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At least 14 women have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Watson.

Five more women have accused the Texans star of misconduct since the first lawsuit was filed in Harris County District Court last week.

The women said the incidents occurred in January and March of this year and around July and August of last year.

The lawsuits accuse Watson of being a sexual predator who victimized women by pretending to seek massage therapy sessions.

"Watson is in the sex trade. He needs to be stopped," according to the lawsuit from the alleged Aug. 2 incident.

Watson vigorously denied any sort of misconduct. He explained that he contacted massage therapists via DMs on Instagram.com because his usual masseuse contacts were on lockdown due to the Covid.

In text messages obtained by an attorney for the plaintiffs, Watson apologized for asking a masseuse if she's "comfortable with the glute area."

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The Houston lawyer representing Deshaun Watson's accusers has revealed alleged texts from the star quarterback apologizing to a masseuse for making her uncomfortable.

The 25-year-old is under fire for allegedly sexually assaulting massage therapists in the Houston area.

One of the texts shows Watson attempting to schedule an appointment with a masseuse before asking if she's "comfortable with the glute area." In another text exchange from March 30, 2020, Watson allegedly apologizes to an accuser.

"Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable," Watson allegedly wrote. "Never were the intentions. Lmk (let me know) if you want to work in the future. My apologies."

After posting the messages on social media, the attorney, Tony Buzbee, said more texts will be posted in addition to copies of the lawsuits.

Watson vigorously denied the allegations on Twitter, saying that he rejected "a baseless six-figure settlement demand" and that this is "about clearing my name."

"I have never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect," Watson said in his statement.

Buzbee announced the first lawsuit on Tuesday. Four more lawsuits have been filed against Watson, bringing the total of lawsuits to seven.

Buzbee also said there are now a total of nine women who plan on suing Watson.

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"The View" co-host Joy Behar doesn't believe sex addiction was the motive behind Robert Aaron Long's shooting spree in Atlanta

Long, 21, killed eight people at three massage parlors in the Atlanta-area on Tuesday. Six of the 8 victims were Asian women.

Following his capture on Tuesday night, police said Long's actions weren't motivated by race.

But Behar isn't buying the sex addiction excuse. "The View" played footage of White House press secretary Jen Psaki saying Trump's "damaging rhetoric" caused an increase in hate crimes against Asian people in the United States.

"We all remember Trump calling [coronavirus] the Asian virus, the Wuhan virus, we know that there are people in his corner who do whatever he tells them to do, or they get dog whistles from him and they go out and do things," Behar said.

Producers then played footage of Trump referring to the coronavirus by a variety of nicknames, including "China virus" and "Kung Flu."

Behar also criticized Cherokee Sheriff's Captain Jay Baker for saying Long had "a really bad day" on Tuesday.

"I mean, how stupid are these people at this point? How stupid are they? It’s pathetic what's going on," Behar said.
 

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A mother-of-two who went to a Georgia massage parlor with her husband for a couple's treatment was among 8 people killed by a sex addict gunman on Tuesday.

Delaina Ashley Yaun, 33, was in Young's Asian Massage parlor in Acworth with her husband for a couple's massage when Robert Aaron Long pulled up outside around 4:45 p.m.

Surveillance video shows Long, 21, stalking some of the victims in the parking lot before he entered the building and opened fire.

Yaun was shot dead at the scene but her husband managed to escape unharmed, according to friends who created a GoFundMe account asking for donations.

Long killed four people, wounding one, at the massage parlor in Cherokee County, before driving 30 miles to Atlanta where he killed four people at two massage parlors.

He was captured around 8:30 p.m. when an alert state trooper spotted his SUV and performed a PIT maneuver on I-75 in Crisp County, Ga., about 150 miles south of Atlanta.

He was on his way to Florida to carry out more attacks when he was caught.

Long confessed to the killings, and he claimed the murders weren't racially motivated.

"[H]e has an issue that he considers a sex addiction and sees these locations as something that allows him to go to these places... it's a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate," Captain Jay Baker of the Cherokee Sheriff's Office said at a Wednesday press conference.

Baker added that it had been a "very bad day" for the suspect, and "He was at the end of his rope".

Buzzfeed News later uncovered a racist post shared to Baker's Facebook account.

The post shows images of t-shirts and a t-shirt shop. The black t-shirts are printed with biohazard signs and the words "Covid-19 IMPORTED VIRUS FROM CHY-NA."

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The Georgia sheriff's official who said Atlanta spa shooter Robert Aaron Long had "a bad day" previously shared an anti-Asian post on Facebook.

Long, 21, is charged with killing eight people - including six Asian women - during a shooting spree at three massage parlors in Atlanta and Cherokee County on Tuesday.

He was captured 3 1/2 hours later when a Georgia State Trooper performed a PIT maneuver on his Hyundai SUV and took him into custody in Crisp County, about 150 miles south of Atlanta.

Cherokee Sheriff's Captain Jay Baker held a press conference on Wednesday in Atlanta, where he stated it was too early to determine if Long's actions were motivated by race.

Baker angered many nationwide when he said Long had "a really bad day" on Tuesday.

Some reporters believed Baker sounded sympathetic toward the shooter. So they did a little digging into his background and uncovered a Facebook post that took a dig at China where many believe the coronavirus escaped from a lab in Wuhan.

The post shows images of t-shirts and a t-shirt shop. The black t-shirts are printed with biomedical hazard signs and the words "Covid-19 IMPORTED VIRUS FROM CHY-NA."

Capt. Baker captioned the post: "Love my shirt [username redacted]! Get yours while they last..."
 

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Baker did not respond to Buzzfeed News's request for a comment.

Crimes against Asians have risen 160% in America since the coronavirus reached America's shores in February 2020.

Liberals blame former President Donald Trump for insisting on referring to the coronavirus as "Wuhan virus," "China virus," and "Kung Flu.”
 

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A God-fearing Georgia man killed eight people at three Atlanta-area massage parlors because he believed Asian women caused his sex addiction.

Robert Aaron Long, 21, killed eight people - including six Asian women - at three massage parlors on Tuesday evening.

He then fled Georgia, heading south to Florida where he intended to kill more Asian women.

Long was taken into custody around 8:30 p.m. by a Georgia State Trooper who performed a PIT maneuver, causing Long's vehicle to spin out on I-75 in Crisp County, about 150 miles south of Atlanta.

Once in custody, he confessed to the murders and said he targeted the spas because he blamed his "sex addiction" on the massage parlors and he wanted to remove "temptation."

He told investigators he was not a racist and the murders were not hate crimes.

Celebrities took to social media on Tuesday and Wednesday to voice their support for the Asian community in Atlanta.

Lulu Wang, Daniel Dae Kim and Mindy Kaling were among those who expressed their concerns for the safety of the Asian American community in Atlanta.

Responding to a tweet that read: "I want to know their names, who and what they loved, the people they had waiting for them at home, everything they hoped for," Wang wrote:

"I know these women. The ones working themselves to the bone to send their kids to school, to send money back home. In too much pain to know what else to say so I’ll just leave this here."

Bernice King and Lebron James also expressed their condolences on Twitter.