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September 27, 2000 | By Richard V. Sabatini, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Bristol Township police officer was charged yesterday with beating his two children's bare buttocks with a leather belt, allegedly because the children were late arriving at his home for a weekend visitation. James Tully, 32, surrendered before District Justice Jan Vislosky, who released him on unsecured bail. Vislosky warned Tully to have no contact with the children. Tully, charged with simple assault, is accused of repeatedly striking his 12-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son on Sept.
NEWS
December 10, 2011 | Staff Report
The celebrity gossip website TMZ is reporting that Allen Iverson's divorce from ex-wife Tawanna is growing even more contentious. New court filings show that Tawanna is claiming the long-time Philadelphia 76er went on a spending spree after she filed for divorce in June, leaving her broke. Tawanna further says Iverson stopped making deposits in their joint bank account. She claims he then withdrew $20,000 to spend on diamonds and jewelry. Worse, TMZ says, the account was, "$23,000 in the red," leaving her unable to pay bills or provide for the couple's five children.
SPORTS
May 11, 2010
A Wade violation A judge in Chicago ordered sheriff's deputies to take Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade's estranged wife into custody after she failed to show up for a Monday divorce hearing. Siohvaughn Wade will have to post $10,000 bond to be released, Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega said. The sheriff's department couldn't immediately say when the order would be carried out. Nega said she was tired of what she called a pattern of behavior by Siohvaughn Wade throughout her contentious divorce from the basketball player, who is a Chicago native.
NEWS
July 5, 2002 | By Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson
Katherine is attractive, successful, witty, and educated. She also can't find a husband. Why? Because most of the men this thirtysomething software analyst dates do not want to get married. These men have Peter Pan syndrome: They refuse to commit, refuse to settle down, and refuse to "grow up. " However, given the family court policies and divorce trends of today, Peter Pan is no naive boy, but instead a wise man. "Why should I get married and have kids when I could lose those kids and most of what I've worked for at a moment's notice?"
NEWS
April 19, 2004
Joint-custody bill would be best for children The Pennsylvania General Assembly is realizing that the family law system is broken and needs to be fixed. The family courts are not about fairness or serving justice but have become a large, out-of-control, revenue-producing industry for the state bar association members and mental health professionals. For the sake of our children's welfare, it is long overdue to stop the abuse, pain, bias and legal expense that the courts routinely inflict on parents and children in custody cases.
NEWS
January 15, 2001 | by Regina Medina, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News wire services contributed to this article
QUOTE "I just want to make everyone dance and have a good time without all that other deep crap. " - Fly-girl crooner Jennifer Lopez kicking off her 2004 presidential campaign in TV Guide. So there he is, Mr. Madonna, aka Guy Ritchie, chatting with a journalist in the swanky Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles and who walks in and introduces himself but the first Mr. Madonna, Sean Penn! What a coinkidink! Guy was in the middle of a Time magazine interview at the hotel bar when Penn approached, like a long-lost brother, saying "Guy?"
LIVING
November 15, 1995 | Inquirer Text and Photographs By April Saul
When she and Pete started breaking things, Dana Cantrell Parisi knew her marriage was over. She knew from watching her parents' divorce when she was 12. "They were the same way," she said. "They hated each other, fought constantly, threw things. It upset me and my brother and sister. When they split up, it was better. " Researchers say children of divorce are up to four times more likely to get divorced themselves than children who come from intact homes. Because her grandparents also split up, Dana will be the third generation in her family to divorce.
NEWS
October 2, 2007 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Spears loses custody of boys Britney Spears, 25, has lost custody of her two small sons to ex-hub Kevin Federline, 29, effective at noon tomorrow. In a one-page document, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge yesterday directed the troubled singer to deliver Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, to their father. The boys will stay with dad "until further order of the Court," Judge Scott M. Gordon decreed. Gordon's order gave no reason for giving physical custody of the boys to K-Fed, but celeb Web sites E!
NEWS
May 5, 1993 | By Sandy Bauers, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Chester County judge deciding custody for a 14-year-old girl who was taken from her grandmother five years ago has written that intervention by child-protective services "is now doing more harm than good. " Judge James P. MacElree 2d ruled on April 26 that the girl should be returned to her grandmother. In his formal, written opinion, filed Monday, MacElree said that "not only is unification in this family desirable, but it is essential. " His opinion included the text of a letter from the girl, which MacElree characterized as demonstrating "clearly how she believes she is being punished, not helped.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2004 | By HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
THERE IS someone in America who has never heard of Beyonce. He's Reynold Caleen, he's 91 and he lives in Florida - and if not for Beyonce's band he wouldn't have a car anymore. Police said Caleen, a feisty great-grandfather of nine, tried to fight off a knife-wielding assailant when he grabbed the elderly man's wallet in the parking lot of a Palm Beach Walgreen's store Tuesday. Caleen knocked the thug's knife out of his hands and kicked him several times as the pair wrestled to the ground.
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 11, 2012 | Choose one .
New kid expands Kardashian Kabal Kardashian Kabal daughter Kourtney on Sunday delivered her second baby with hub Scott Disick in Lalaland in an all-natural delivery. Kourtney, whose eldest is named Mason, diverges again from Kabal K-moniKer Konventions, naming her baby Penelope Scotland Disick. "We are forever blessed," Kourtney, 33, tells E! News. "Mommy and baby are resting comfortably. "   Usher's stepson in critical condition R&B star Usher's stepson, Kyle Glover, who was hit with a jet ski Friday at Lake Lanier in Georgia, continued to be listed in critical condition.
NEWS
December 10, 2011 | Staff Report
The celebrity gossip website TMZ is reporting that Allen Iverson's divorce from ex-wife Tawanna is growing even more contentious. New court filings show that Tawanna is claiming the long-time Philadelphia 76er went on a spending spree after she filed for divorce in June, leaving her broke. Tawanna further says Iverson stopped making deposits in their joint bank account. She claims he then withdrew $20,000 to spend on diamonds and jewelry. Worse, TMZ says, the account was, "$23,000 in the red," leaving her unable to pay bills or provide for the couple's five children.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 11, 2011 | By Howard Gensler
C HARLIE SHEEN is almost single again - as if he needed a reason to party. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg finalized Charlie's divorce from Brooke Mueller Sheen yesterday, but the pair will not be legally single until May 2. Charlie and Brooke filed dueling divorce petitions in November, citing Christmas Day 2009 as the day of their breakup. Charlie was arrested in Aspen that day on suspicion of domestic violence against his wife. He later resolved the case and spent 30 days on probation.
SPORTS
May 11, 2010
A Wade violation A judge in Chicago ordered sheriff's deputies to take Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade's estranged wife into custody after she failed to show up for a Monday divorce hearing. Siohvaughn Wade will have to post $10,000 bond to be released, Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega said. The sheriff's department couldn't immediately say when the order would be carried out. Nega said she was tired of what she called a pattern of behavior by Siohvaughn Wade throughout her contentious divorce from the basketball player, who is a Chicago native.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 28, 2008 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
ILONA STALLER, a former member of Italy's parliament and before that a European porn star (as La Cicciolina), is suing her ex-husband, artist Jeffrey Koons, for being a deadbeat dad. In papers filed in Manhattan, Staller says that Koons owes about $2.4 million for support of their 15-year-old son, Ludwig Maximilian Koons, having not made payments from October 1998 through December 2007. Can't use "the check is in the mail" as an excuse for that delay. (By the way, if you're in school and your name is Ludwig Maximillian, does the fact that your mom used to be a porn star keep you from getting stuffed in a locker?
NEWS
October 2, 2007 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Spears loses custody of boys Britney Spears, 25, has lost custody of her two small sons to ex-hub Kevin Federline, 29, effective at noon tomorrow. In a one-page document, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge yesterday directed the troubled singer to deliver Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, to their father. The boys will stay with dad "until further order of the Court," Judge Scott M. Gordon decreed. Gordon's order gave no reason for giving physical custody of the boys to K-Fed, but celeb Web sites E!
NEWS
April 19, 2004
Joint-custody bill would be best for children The Pennsylvania General Assembly is realizing that the family law system is broken and needs to be fixed. The family courts are not about fairness or serving justice but have become a large, out-of-control, revenue-producing industry for the state bar association members and mental health professionals. For the sake of our children's welfare, it is long overdue to stop the abuse, pain, bias and legal expense that the courts routinely inflict on parents and children in custody cases.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2004 | By HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
THERE IS someone in America who has never heard of Beyonce. He's Reynold Caleen, he's 91 and he lives in Florida - and if not for Beyonce's band he wouldn't have a car anymore. Police said Caleen, a feisty great-grandfather of nine, tried to fight off a knife-wielding assailant when he grabbed the elderly man's wallet in the parking lot of a Palm Beach Walgreen's store Tuesday. Caleen knocked the thug's knife out of his hands and kicked him several times as the pair wrestled to the ground.
NEWS
July 5, 2002 | By Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson
Katherine is attractive, successful, witty, and educated. She also can't find a husband. Why? Because most of the men this thirtysomething software analyst dates do not want to get married. These men have Peter Pan syndrome: They refuse to commit, refuse to settle down, and refuse to "grow up. " However, given the family court policies and divorce trends of today, Peter Pan is no naive boy, but instead a wise man. "Why should I get married and have kids when I could lose those kids and most of what I've worked for at a moment's notice?"
NEWS
January 15, 2001 | by Regina Medina, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News wire services contributed to this article
QUOTE "I just want to make everyone dance and have a good time without all that other deep crap. " - Fly-girl crooner Jennifer Lopez kicking off her 2004 presidential campaign in TV Guide. So there he is, Mr. Madonna, aka Guy Ritchie, chatting with a journalist in the swanky Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles and who walks in and introduces himself but the first Mr. Madonna, Sean Penn! What a coinkidink! Guy was in the middle of a Time magazine interview at the hotel bar when Penn approached, like a long-lost brother, saying "Guy?"
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