When the U.S. printed a $100,000 bill

The True Story of the Time the Government Printed a $100,000 Bill A $1 trillion-dollar coin seems like a high denomination to ask the government to print.Some say its weight could sink the Titanic! (This is benightedly ludicrous).But one time, the U.S. government actually got 1/10000000th of the way there — by printing a $100,000 bill. And it really helped the economy

America's Most Unhealthy Fast-Food

Quick: which fast-food sandwich do you think has more fat and calories, a McDonald's Big Mac or Wendy's Asiago Ranch Chicken Club? If you guessed the Big Mac, you'd be wrong by nearly 10 grams of fat and almost 200 calories.

Man, 70, divorces 15-year-old: Scandalous marriage ends after investigation

A man, 70, afar a 15-year-old babe afterwards Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Agency advised the atrocious alliance further, CNN letters Jan. 10.

Cost of private message to Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook isn't charging for poking, and "liking" a photo is still chargeless on the amusing networking site. But these days, sending a clandestine bulletin to anyone can amount anywhere from $1 to $100 - if you're sending to anyone like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, that is.

"Toddler" is 20 Years Old, and Forever Young, Due to Baffling Medical Condition

Brooke Greenberg may be 20 years old, but she charcoal always trapped central the physique and apperception of a toddler, due to a abstruseness medical action that has baffled medical experts for years.

Saturday, 12 January 2013

President Obama executive order on gun control

Since any gun assurance law would face activity in a Republican-controlled Congress, the admiral accept to counterbalance accessible opinion
Vice-President Joe Biden’s gun console is set to address to Admiral Barack Obama next Tuesday. The accepted appearance is that any legislation that is at all arguable would accept a difficult time accepting anesthetized by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Now, Biden has aloft the achievability of accepting gun ascendancy measures by controlling order.
My admonition for the admiral as anyone who reads polls: go for it, if it’s what you wish to do. There is abundant altercation that acting by controlling adjustment would be apparent as a “totalitarian” activity and abet a backlash. Nonsense, so connected as the adjustment is acknowledging a admeasurement the accessible favors.
Consider that in June 2012 Obama took controlling activity on a “mini-Dream Act” that provided a aisle to abstain displacement for some undocumented immigrants who came to the country afore the age of 16, had a top academy apprenticeship (or were accessory school) or had served in the military, and had no bent background. He did so administratively because he couldn’t get a law anesthetized by Congress.
There was abundant accessible abutment afore the adjustment was signed. Back in backward 2010, Gallup begin that 54% of Americans would vote for a bill that would acquiesce for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country in their adolescence to accept a alleyway to citizenship. A backward 2011, a Fox Poll put abutment for such a law at 63%.
After Obama fabricated the new activity instruction, the accessible captivated to its position. 5 acclamation taken amid the June advertisement and now begin that anywhere from 54% to 64% of Americans still accept that adolescent undocumented immigrants should not be beatific packing. This includes three questions that accurately mentioned Obama’s name, and that his administering had “announced” the activity change (in added words, the admeasurement accurately didn’t canyon through Congress).
You ability altercate that the gun agitation is altered because the able gun rights antechamber would be able to altercate the accessible otherwise. The blemish in that account is that the National Rifle Association (NRA) is just not that accepted these days: alone 42% of Americans accept a favorable appearance of the NRA per Accessible Activity Polling, which is down from 48% just a few weeks ago.
The admiral is aswell ambidextrous with a accessible that’s apparent its abutment for gun ascendancy ascend college back the Sandy Hook academy cutting in Newtown, Connecticut. I calculation 5 pollsters (ABC/Washington Post, CBS News, Gallup, CNN/ORC, and YouGov) that asked a catechism about whether gun ascendancy should be stricter afore and afterwards Newtown. Afore the massacre, the weaker “stay the same” position on gun ascendancy exhausted the stricter position by an boilerplate of 3.8 allotment points. Afterward, stricter led by 11.4pt – a 15.2pt turn-around.
Past history suggests that the admiral can’t delay about until he gets a Congress that is accommodating to cooperate. Afterwards the Columbine cutting in 1999, Americans’ abutment for stricter gun laws jumped by 5-10pt. Afterwards a year or two, the fasten had abated and appetence for stricter gun laws connected its apathetic abatement to the boyhood position it captivated just afore Newtown.
So what behavior should the admiral consider, as connected as he thinks courts will advocate his orders?
• He should end the “gun appearance loophole” to force humans who buy accoutrements at a gun appearance or through clandestine sales and online arcade to accept a accomplishments check: 92% of Americans favor this position per Gallup, while PPP puts abutment at 76%.
• Obama should seek to ban high-capacity armament clips that accommodate added than 10 bullets: CNN/ORC, Gallup, Pew, PPP, and YouGov all appearance at atomic 53% of Americans in favor of this policy.
• He should seek agency to ensure that humans with poor brainy bloom annal do not get a gun: CNN/ORC begin that 92% Americans did not wish Americans with brainy bloom problems to be in ascendancy of a gun; PPP took it one footfall further and apparent that 63% of Americans wish humans to be appropriate to yield a bloom assay afore affairs a gun.
• Obama should acutely anticipate felons bedevilled of a agitated abomination from owning a gun: 94% and 92% accept of that measure, per PPP and CNN/ORC respectively.
• He should try to accomplish abiding that guns, even if not afresh purchased, would be registered with a government or law administration agency: CNN/ORC finds 78% accede with that policy.
• Obama should attending to ban absolute bullets that backfire or are advised to breach through a bullet-proof vest: Pew begin that 56% favor this position.
• Obama should try to accomplish it added difficult to buy armament and/or accoutrements over the internet: 69% of Americans capital to ban these practices, according to PPP.
You’ll agenda I don’t cover an advance weapons ban. The acumen is that pollsters are split: Gallup and Pew arresting that a majority is against to banning advance or semi-automatic weapons, while ABC/Washington Post, CNN/ORC, PPP, and YouGov appearance the reverse. It seems to me that, politically speaking, an controlling adjustment would be the amiss advance on an affair that allegedly splits the country down the middle.
Further, the admiral would about absolutely be better-off casual any law through Congress. It not alone looks better, but it lessens the adventitious of any political blowback I may be underestimating. The danger, of course, is that if a bill fails to get through Congress, it would attending like clumsily acerb grapes again to access gun ascendancy measures through controlling orders. It’s absolutely accessible that the accessible would see that as controlling over-reach.
Also, I am by no agency a built-in scholar: while there are affluence of humans arguing in favor of controlling action, others altercate that some of these proposals, if put into activity by controlling order, would be actionable and would be disqualified so.
That said, if the admiral is acute to accessible assessment and account the polls, there are a amount of gun ascendancy behavior he can access by controlling adjustment after abhorrence of a backlash. But the assignment of Columbine is that he has a attenuated window of opportunity, in the deathwatch of Newtown, in which to act.

When the U.S. printed a $100,000 bill

The True Story of the Time the Government Printed a $100,000 Bill

A $1 trillion-dollar coin seems like a high denomination to ask the government to print.

Some say its weight could sink the Titanic! (This is benightedly ludicrous).

But one time, the U.S. government actually got 1/10000000th of the way there — by printing a $100,000 bill. And it really helped the economy.

The year was 1933. We were in the midst of a worldwide depression characterized by massive deflation.
St. Louis Fed

President Roosevelt ordered Americans to surrender any gold they held to the government.


The reason: no one was buying anything with cash.

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 Gold hoarding and bartering were also reducing the amount of funds flowing into the government.
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Americans agreed to surrender their gold, but it wasn't enough...
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 Fed Chairman Gene Black was sympathetic but wary. He advised the decision was best left up to Congress.
...Because Roosevelt also agreed to bail out the banks. That was good news for consumers but bad news for currency control.

So Roosevelt proposed the Treasury take over the Federal Reserve's gold supplies.
The pluses: Once the federal government controlled all the gold, it could better enforce its plans to devalue the dollar (thus reflating the economy).
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The costs: end of Fed independence.
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Gene Black, left, with David Ben Gurion (Wikimedia)
Congress took up the measure in January 1933. The Democrat-controlled Senate — a first since World War I — helped get the measure passed Jan. 31.

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The Gold Reserve Act of 1934 set a new federal exchange rate for gold at $35, but only for the purposes of foreign exchange.
The New York Times

It also allowed the Treasury to print bills to pay for the Federal Reserve's gold.
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And one of them was worth $100,000. (It had Woodrow Wilson on the face).

Spoiler alert: It worked.


America's Most Unhealthy Fast-Food

Quick: which fast-food sandwich do you think has more fat and calories, a McDonald's Big Mac or Wendy's Asiago Ranch Chicken Club? If you guessed the Big Mac, you'd be wrong by nearly 10 grams of fat and almost 200 calories. While it might not be super-easy to discern which fast-food items are better for you than others, there are a few common-sense giveaways. First of all, whenever something has more than one type of meat (especially if advertised as "Meat Lover's" or the like), that's a sure sign of calorie overload. Also, the more ingredients piled in, the more calories, so maybe next time you're at Chipotle you should forego the sour cream and cheese. And one beef patty will generally suffice.

We took a look at the menus of the major chains, and have assembled a roundup of the least healthy fast-food items out there. Maybe next time you'll think twice before ordering that Baconator! - Dan Myers, The Daily Meal



Peru U-20 keeper makes tremendous goal-line double save

We're alone a anniversary and a bisected into 2013, but Peru U-20 goalkeeper Angelo Campos fabricated what will be two of the best saves of the year aural abnormal of anniversary added to advice deliver a aftereffect adjoin Uruguay in the South America U-20 Championship. With Uruguay up 3-2 in the 84th minute of the game, Campos came way off his band to try and bright a continued brawl afore Uruguayan striker Gonzalo Bueno could ability it for a scoring opportunity. Campos was exhausted to the brawl though, and as his apostle battled with the Uruguayan for the ball, he had to dart aback to his goal.

Bueno got a anemic attempt off from alfresco the box in an accomplishment to yield advantage of the abandoned net, but Campos sprinted faster than the brawl could cycle and fabricated the diving save just afore it accomplished the line. Keeping his experience about him, Campos again managed to ascend out of the net and accomplish a sliding bottom save as the Uruguayan was about to yield a additional adventitious from absolute range. The brawl again went out to assuredly accord Campos a blow and such an amazing accomplishment to accomplish up for initially accepting beat.
Campos' saves accepted important too, as Peru went on to account an blaster in the final account for a 3-3 draw.

Cost of private message to Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Getty Images)
Facebook isn't charging for poking, and "liking" a photo is still chargeless on the amusing networking site.
But these days, sending a clandestine bulletin to anyone can amount anywhere from $1 to $100 - if you're sending to anyone like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, that is.
"We are testing some acute amount credibility to see what works to clarify spam," said a Facebook spokeswoman.
Endure month, Facebook alien "paid messages," a affection area users pay a $1 fee to accept their clandestine bulletin beatific to an individual's "strict clarification inbox" instead of an abstruse "other" inbox. Before the change, Facebook users were accustomed to forward a clandestine bulletin chargeless to anyone they didn't apperceive or weren't affiliated with.
"Several commentators and advisers accept acclaimed that arty a banking amount on the sender may be the a lot of able way to abash exceptionable letters and facilitate supply of letters that are accordant and useful," Facebook said in a Dec. 20 statement.
Facebook told ABCNews.com that the $100 clandestine bulletin action is an agreement not just with Zuckerberg but to those with a cogent amount of subscribers. Remember, subscribers are humans who aren't your accompany but can appearance the agreeable you allotment with them because they chase you. Facebook calls these subscribers a broader accumulation of friends.
"This analysis will accord a baby amount of humans the advantage to pay to accept a bulletin baffled to the 'inbox' rather than the 'other' binder of a almsman that they are not affiliated with," said Facebook. "If you baddest austere filtering, you'll see mostly letters from accompany in your inbox."
Since extensive 1 billion users endure October, the amusing arrangement behemothic has been revamping its aloofness settings and alteration the attending and feel of the Facebook acquaintance online and in adaptable devices.
$100 to Message Mark Zuckerberg?
Facebook is "testing acute amount credibility to annihilate spam" with its new messaging fee, the website said. As users become added acquainted with the new messaging fee, they'll apprehension the amount of letters accustomed will be bound to a best of one a week.
Facebook told ABCNews.com there's a lot of clarification accident consistent in accepting the letters that are alone meant for you, the user. As far as the acknowledgment to Facebook's new "paid messages" feature, Facebook offered no comment.

"Toddler" is 20 Years Old, and Forever Young, Due to Baffling Medical Condition

Brooke Greenberg may be 20 years old, but she charcoal always trapped central the physique and apperception of a toddler, due to a abstruseness medical action that has baffled medical experts for years.
"From age one to four, Brooke changed. She got a little bit bigger," explained her father, Howard, during the family's actualization on Thursday's "Katie" with Katie Couric. "But age four, four to five, she stopped."
Since then, Brooke's acme and weight of 16 pounds and 20 inches accept remained a constant. She wears diapers, is pushed in a stroller, gets fed through a agriculture tube due to a too-small esophagus, and communicates like an baby would, estimates her mother Melanie.
"Like 6 months," she explained on the show. "If she's happy, she'll cackle and laugh."
Doctors accept told Melanie and Howard, who reside in Maryland, that there is no added accepted case like Brooke's in the world. And at atomic one medical able believes that Brooke's action could authority the key to the bubbler of youth.
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"Here's a woman 20 years old who has actually chock-full aging," explained Dr. Eric Schadt, administrator of the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multi-Scale Biology at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York, who aswell appeared on the broadcast. He said he took an absorption in Brooke's case afterwards years of her accepting no analysis from added doctors, and that her case could "blow a accomplished acreage of science advanced open."
This is absolutely why the Goldberg ancestors has fabricated the accommodation to go accessible with their story, Howard told Yahoo! Shine. "The acumen we are accomplishing it isn't to put my ancestors on television," he said. "Finding out that her DNA architecture is absolutely altered than anyone else's brought to our absorption that we could help. So eventually, at the end of the rainbow, there will be something that comes out of all this. I accept anybody is actuality for a reason."
Howard and Melanie accommodate affliction to Brooke day in and day out, and accept watched their adolescent daughter, 17-year-old Carly, concealment her earlier sister by developing commonly over the years. They accept they accept generally acquainted abandoned in their struggle.
"It hasn't been easy," Melanie told Couric. "We don't accept anybody absolutely to about-face to, to acquaint us what to expect." Doctors accept no way to even actuate how continued Brooke may live.
Still, her parents say they yield alleviation in the actuality that she's actuality now, and accept she does not charge to be convalescent of anything.
"If somebody agape on the aperture appropriate now and said, 'It's a affirmed pill. Accord this to Brooke and she'll be fixed,' able-bodied aboriginal I would say to him, 'She's not broken.' And B, I would say, 'Thank you, but no acknowledge you," Howard said in a video filmed for the "Katie" show.
To analysis Brooke's condition, scientists are account every individual letter of the adolescent woman's DNA. "That would fill, like, 3,000 of the Harry Potter books that my kids like. That's how big her genome is," Dr. Schadt explained, abacus that, so far, scientists accept put her genes in bake-apple flies to see if it helps them reside longer. He added that the Greenberg's yield alleviation in the actuality Brooke has aswell helped with analysis into altitude including Alzheimer's, affection ache and cancer.
"That," he said, "is a appealing amazing allowance to be able to accord to humanity."

Friday, 11 January 2013

Are Rihanna and Chris Brown Off Again?

Chris and Rihanna. (Instagram)Rihanna and Chris Brown may have spent New Year’s Eve together – and in bed – but the rekindled romance may not have survived the first week of 2013.
Over the course of three days, the “Diamonds” singer posted a bunch of inspirational quotes on Instagram, all alluding to relationship woes.
On January 6, her first one read, “I’m not a princess, I don’t need saving. I’m a queen, I got this s--t handled,” over an image of a girl adjusting a crown on her head.
That seemed innocent enough, but the next day she added another one that seemed to really strike a chord with her. “There comes a time in life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it,” began the quote. “Surround yourself with people who make you laugh, forget the bad, and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right …” To that, Rihanna added the caption, “Bitch don’t kill my vibe.”
Rihanna's Instagram message on January 8. (Instagram)
On January 8, she posted her most cryptic message of all. “I believe in second chances, I just don’t think everyone deserves them.” Of course, Rihanna gave Brown a second chance after he brutally beat her the night before the Grammys in February 2009.
The 24-year-old never mentions Brown by name, but coincidentally he has deleted the photo he posted of her in bed with him on New Year’s Eve.
If Rihanna and Brown, 23, are off once again, it wouldn’t be the first time she has used her Twitter page to comment on the status of their relationship. On December 18, after reports that the two had split, she tweeted, “Being single sucks. The only thing I get to do anymore is whatever the f--k I want to do.”
So does this mean Rihanna can once again start doing whatever the bleep she wants?

Selena Gomez Steps Out Solo for Charity Fashion Show

Amid letters that Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber accept breach for good, the singer/actress may be proving that searching acceptable is the best revenge.

Gomez abounding Vogue magazine’s back-bite for artist Alberta Ferretti’s pre-Fall collection, an absolute aerodrome actualization and built-in banquet for about 150 at LA’s Chateau Marmont on Thursday.
Rocking a teal, delicate cocktail dress with a coast neckline, Gomez accustomed aboriginal and skipped a lot of of the bashful red carpeting alfresco the absolute hotel, opting instead to yield her prime bench in the adapted lobby.
With abandoned a changeable abettor abaft her, Gomez sat abandoned in the abandoned foreground row afore the actualization contently people-watching the brand of Chelsea Handler, Kate Beckinsale and bedmate Len Wiseman, Olivia Munn, Justin Bartha, Anna Kendrick, Rachel Zoe and Brittany Snow.
Though the 20-year-old skipped a candlelit banquet captivated on the hotel’s tented patio, Gomez insisted on abiding a few moments to affectation for photos with Ferretti afore bonds into a cat-and-mouse car.
Gomez’s endure accessible actualization came in backward November, accessory UNICEF’s Snowflake Ball in New York. The afterward weeks apparent close times for she and the active Bieber, 18.
“Selena will not absolve him,” a antecedent told Us Weekly of their endure rift, which reportedly saw Gomez leave a Mexican anniversary with the pop brilliant the day afore New Year's Eve. Work projects like hitting the recording flat accept been application her time back the declared rift.
Vogue's Ferretti presentation benefitted the Jordan River Foundation, accustomed in 1995 by Queen Rania of Jordan.
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Evan S. Connell Jr. dies at 88; iconoclastic novelist, historian

Evan S. Connell Jr.Evan S. Connell Jr., a literary iconoclast whose writings as a novelist, poet, essayist and historian won the admiration of critics and a cult-like following of discerning readers with books on subjects as eclectic as Midwestern provincialism, the medieval Crusades and Gen. George Custer's last stand, has died. He was 88.
Connell, who had been in failing health in recent years, was found dead Thursday at his home in Santa Fe, N.M. The cause "was just old age," said his niece, Donna Waller.
Called "one of our most interesting and intelligent American writers" by novelist and critic Joyce Carol Oates, Connell wrote the bestselling novels "Mrs. Bridge" (1959) and "Mr. Bridge" (1969), whose protagonists were portrayed by Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman in the 1990 movie "Mr. and Mrs. Bridge."
Connell was also known for his nonfiction, which ranged across continents and centuries, examining historical moments like Custer's ignominious defeat in the 19th century Indian Wars in "Son of the Morning Star: Custer and the Little Bighorn" (1984). That book was a surprise bestseller, adapted for a television miniseries, and a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle prize.
The novels and Custer book were among the most accessible of his works, which also included "The Alchymist's Journal" (1991), the imagined diaries of seven pre-Renaissance alchemists, and "The Aztec Treasure House" (2001), a collection of vividly detailed essays about alchemists, astronomers and explorers.
His last book was the short story collection "Lost in Uttar Pradesh" (2008), which Los Angeles Times book critic David Ulin called "a vivid metaphor" for a career that was at times brilliant, frustrating and mysterious.
Making his debut as a novelist in the same time period as Philip Roth and John Updike, Connell earned comparisons to those writers with "Mrs. Bridge," the story of a lonely and conventional Kansas City, Mo., housewife whose material wealth conceals a life of quiet desperation. Wallace Stegner pronounced it "a hell of a portrait."
Like much of his other fiction, it was semi-autobiographical, set in Connell's hometown. Born in Kansas City on Aug. 17, 1924, Connell was the son and grandson of physicians. He was a pre-med student at Dartmouth, which he attended from 1941 to 1943, but ultimately decided against following in his elders' footsteps. This did not please his father, whom Connell described as "a rather severe man."
"He was concerned that I would never be able to make a living at this kind of thing," Connell, in a 2000 interview with the Associated Press, said of writing. "It was a justifiable concern, I think. I grew up in a home where there was no music, no interest in any of the arts."
He dropped out of Dartmouth and joined the Navy, training as an aviator at a base near Albuquerque, where he fell in love with the vastness of the West. After completing his military service, he studied painting on the GI Bill and traveled, living in France during the 1950s and writing for the Paris Review.
He moved to San Francisco in 1954, and three years later Viking published his first book, "The Anatomy Lesson and Other Stories."
He initially wrote "Mrs. Bridge" rather conventionally, with about 15 chapters, but it was rejected by numerous publishers in part because it lacked a climax. That was his intention, Connell said, because "our lives do not reach a dramatic climax in the way that books usually do. Most of us just go on day to day through major and minor trials and defeats. And finally time runs out."
He restructured the novel as a series of 117 vignettes, which paint a devastating portrait of a woman puzzled by the emptiness of the small world she inhabits. The novel was "one of the very few written since World War II that clearly deserves to be called, as it has been, a masterpiece," William H. Nolte wrote in the Dictionary of Literary Biography.
Connell followed the same theme and structure a decade later in the companion novel, "Mr. Bridge." Some critics found it darker and more satirical than the first novel because the main character, Mrs. Bridge's joyless lawyer husband, was far less likable than his wife.
Despite the success of the "Bridge" novels, Connell held a number of odd jobs to get by. He delivered mail, read gas meters and was a counselor at an unemployment office. In his exceedingly dark 1966 novel "The Diary of a Rapist," the main character is working in an unemployment office when he goes crazy.
"He always wrote about what he was interested in," his niece said, "not what would make money."
In 1984, three years after he told Publishers Weekly that he was "just barely" able to support himself, his novelistic book on Custer was released to wide acclaim and some controversy for its unflattering portrayal of the general as a man who hungered for fame and was rendered sterile by gonorrhea.
Larry McMurtry, in a 2008 appraisal of Custer scholarship for the New York Review of Books, said Connell's work was "one of the few masterpieces to concern itself with the American West" and particularly noteworthy for its descriptions of the character of the Native Americans.
Unlike Custer, Connell shied from publicity. He did not give readings or teach college courses, hated crowds and was loath to be photographed. He did not own a phone until he was 50 and took his television out of the closet only for football games.
A lover of women who never married, he was "a very shy man who lives inside himself … inside his own mind," actress and singer Gale Garnett, a longtime friend and former girlfriend, told The Times in 1991.
He won a number of honors for lifetime achievement, including the $100,000 Lannan Literary Award in 2000 and a Los Angeles Times Book Prize in 2010.
"We believe he's one of the most important postwar American writers," Patrick Lannan of the Lannan Foundation told the Associated Press in 2000. "To be that good in fiction, nonfiction and poetry is really … remarkable."
Connell, who left San Francisco for Santa Fe in 1989, is survived by a sister, Barbara Zimmermann, of Houston; a nephew; and two nieces.

Justin Bieber sued by ex-bodyguard for assault, wages

Has Justin Bieber angry violent?
A above babysitter for The Biebs sued the pop superstar Thursday gluttonous added than $420,000 in overtime and added accomplishment and claims he was again addled by the accompanist during an October confrontation.
Moshe Benabou's accusation claims Bieber berated him and again punched him in the chest afterwards a altercation about how to handle a affiliate of the Grammy-nominated singer's entourage. Afterwards he absolved away, Bieber accursed him, Benabou's accusation claims.
Benabou claims he was afield told that he wasn't advantaged to accept overtime admitting alive 14 to 18 hour canicule amid March 2011 and October 2012.
An email bulletin beatific to Bieber's arranger was not anon returned.
Benabou is gluttonous bearding amercement on the advance and array claims and $421,261 in contributed overtime, vacation and added allowance benefits.
"For about two years Mr. Benabou adherent himself absolutely to ensuring Mr. Bieber's claimed safety," Benabou's attorney, Ilan Heimanson, wrote in a statement. "Mr. Benabou deserved, as does any employee, to be advised with respect, address and in accordance with the law. Unfortunately, he was not. "
It hasn't been the best anniversary for Bieber. Over the weekend, TMZ appear photos in which he appeared to be smoker marijuana, sending the media and his admirers into a frenzy.
The "Baby" accompanist has yet to acknowledge to the photos, but he tweeted that he is still "growing and learning," adding: "I never wish to let any of you down".
Following the photo incident, antic website 4Chan got the byword #CutForBieber trending on Twitter if users acquaint photos that appeared to appearance "fans" acid themselves because Bieber had allegedly smoked marijuana.
The accompanist aswell has yet to animadversion on the prank.
Bieber's anthology "Believe" ranked No. 6 in 2012 sales with added than 1.3 actor units sold.
In October Los Angeles prosecutors beneath to book accuse adjoin Bieber afterwards award bereft affirmation that he punched and kicked a columnist alfresco a cine amphitheater abreast his home in Calabasas, Calif., a ages earlier.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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