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http://free.yudu.com/item/details/1076314/Kim-Kardashian-to-make-post-baby-debut-on-Kris-Jen Federal officials on Thursday said they have identified an individual believed to be involved in an alleged "sextortion" case involving newly crowned Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf from Orange County. More than a dozen other women had also been identified as victims in the case, but Laura Eimiller, spokeswoman for the FBI in Los Angeles, said agents believe the alleged activity has been discontinued. The investigation, confirmed by the FBI on Wednesday , was ongoing, and no charges had been filed in the case, she added. Wolf, who was Miss California Teen USA before winning the Miss Teen USA pageant over the weekend at the Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas, said in media interviews that she received an anonymous email from someone claiming to have nude photos of her taken via the webcam on her computer. Wolf also said the author tried to extort her to ensure that the photos were not made public. The incident, in which someone was able to hack into Wolf's computer and turn on its webcam, is the latest in a string of so-called "sextortion" cases involving individuals who have used email accounts, social media or a computer's own hardware to glean compromising information or images of its user. In December, 35-year-old Christopher Chaney of Florida was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison forprocuring naked images of celebrities and other members of the entertainment industry -- including Mila Kunis, Christina Aguilera and Scarlett Johansson -- by hacking intotheir email accounts. And a Glendale man,Karen Gary Kazaryan, pleaded guilty last month in a sextortion case in which he targeted 350 women and coerced them into showing him pictures of them naked.
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In telecommunications, goodwill really isn't worth very much." T-Mobile USA, rated Ba3/BB, still trades about 47bp wide of general Double-B credits, according to Barclays. Some analysts also view it as a better bet than buying Sprint, which has huge funding requirements and the high likelihood of significant bond issuance in the near future. "We estimate Sprint's funding gap at about US$7bn, and note that this would not include any issuance to refinance Clearwire debt," said Barclays in a research note. T-Mobile USA has aggressively expanded the prepaid MetroPCS brand to new geographic locations following the completion of its merger with Metro in May. T-Mobile USA does, however, have its fair share of event risk. Deutsche Telekom remains the owner of 74% of T-Mobile USA equity and the holder of US$11.2bn of its bonds. The German carrier has filed a shelf to register that outstanding debt and could potentially sell the notes to the public.
The Torrance Kim Kardashian Daily Breeze (http://bit.ly/140qDrV ) reports the suit was filed in Los Angeles by former human resources manager Cynthia Craig, who is black. The suit says Craig left the Southern California team in July after repeated harassment by owner Jorge Vergara and team President Jose David. Messages seeking comment from Chivas representatives weren't immediately returned Thursday. It's not the first discrimination lawsuit against Chivas. Two former youth coaches sued the Carson-based team in May, alleging they were fired because they aren't Mexican or Latino. Copyright 2013 Associated Press .
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to keep an eye on for the upcoming season. Three Kim Kardashian defensive playersAndrew Brown, a 6-4, University of Virginia-bound senior defensive lineman from Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, Va.) with 82 tackles and four forced fumbles; Marlon Humphrey, a 6-1, undecided senior defensive back from Hoover (Ala.) with four interceptions, 15 pass breakups and two blocked punts; and Jabrill Peppers of Paramus Catholic (Paramus, N.J.), a 6-1, University of Michigan-bound defensive back with 76 tackles and 4 interceptionsare the returning players from last year's end-of-season American Family Insurance ALL-USA First Team. Peppers, who represents Paramus Catholic, USA TODAY High School Sports' No. 4 team in its 2013 Super 25 Preseason National Ranking, is one of five University of Michigan recruits on this year's preseason team. He is joined by junior George Campbell (East Lake; Tarpon Springs, Fla.), a 6-3 wide receiver who had 30 catches for 766 yards and five touchdowns; offensive lineman Mason Cole (East Lake; Tarpon Springs, Fla.), a 6-7 senior and four-year starter; wide receiver Drake Harris (Grand Rapids Christian; Grand Rapids, Mich.), a 6-4 senior who caught 91 passes, had 21 touchdowns and set a state record of 2,016 yards; and linebacker Michael Ferns of St. Clairsville (Ohio), a 6-3 senior who had 144 tackles and four sacks last season. Campbell is one of only two juniors named to the preseason squad. Leading St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.)No. 13 in the Super 25 preseason rankingsis junior quarterback Josh Rosen, who completed 135 of 248 passes for 2,808 yards and 22 touchdowns during his sophomore year. In all, players from 14 states are represented on this year's preseason team, with the highest representation coming from Florida with four players selected. Arizona, Georgia Louisiana, Texas and Virginia each placed two players. The full 2013 preseason American Family Insurance ALL-USA high school football team appears in today's print edition of USA TODAY and is also available online at http://www.usatodayhss.com . The American Family Insurance ALL-USA Team and its year-end player and coach awards have been given out annually since 1982 and are considered the highest such honors in high school football.
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He had 36 tackles, including 9.5 tackles for loss, and picked up a sack against Louisville. He has good quickness for a 300-pounder but could become more physical. Thornton was a high-level recruit out of high school in the 2008 class, drawing interest reference from Clemson, Florida State and South Carolina, among others, but academic shortcomings forced him to a prep school. After one year at Chatham (Va.) Hargrave Military Academy, then redshirting at Southern Miss in 2009, Thornton has been solid for the Golden Eagles . Tulsa RB Trey Watts: Watts (5-11, 190) was the leading rusher (1,108 yards) for a powerful ground game last season. He has rushed for 2,186 yards in his career, but has only seven rushing touchdowns. He lacks top-flight speed, but is a proficient receiver with 85 career receptions.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reported that it is investigating the claims involving newly crowned Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf from Orange County, as well as a number of other women. A spokesperson for the FBI Los Angeles office, Laura Eimiller has confirmed that the investigation is in fact several months old, but apart from that she refused to offer any further information into the case, and specifically would not answer questions on whether any suspects had been identified in the case. Wolf has explained in a media interview that she received an anonymous email from someone claiming to be in possession of nude photos of her taken via the webcam on her computer. The person also threatened her with making the photos public. The case is just one of a number reported where by someone has been able to hack into people's webcams and use it to capture images of people, and is just the latest in a number of "sextortion" cases to be reported across the United States.