Two other victims accuse TI and Tiny of sexual assault, Biden investigates legal options to cancel student debts, Nike blocks the sale of Lil Nas X’s “Satan Shoes” and more in the daily overview
Two other victims accuse TI and Tiny of “human trafficking” and “drug addiction”
Two other victims have come forward to accuse TI and Tiny of drugging them. vulture reported. Tyrone A. Blackburn represents both victims filing a criminal complaint. According to Blackburn, one victim claims she was “drugged, forced to take tons of Molly and X, and sexually trafficked in three states” in 2010. Friends at a Miami, Florida hotel in May 2010. “Blackburn is representing several prosecutors who allege that the couple were sexually assaulted.
Nike obtains injunction against Lil Nas X “Satan Shoes”
Nike has blocked the sale of Lil Nas X’s “Satan Shoes” by obtaining an injunction against the rapper and songwriter’s shoe release. CBS news reported. On Wednesday, the U.S. District Court in New York approved the injunction against MSCHF, the art collective that worked with the recording artist to create the sneakers with modified Nike Air Max 97s. The sneakers are said to contain “a drop” of human blood.
“Nike today filed a trademark infringement and dilution complaint against MSCHF related to the Satan shoes,” a Nike spokesman said in a statement to CBS News on Thursday. “We have no further details to provide on any pending legal matters. However, we can tell you that we have no relationship with Lil Nas X or MSCHF. The Satan shoes were made without Nike’s approval or approval and Nike is in no way affiliated with this project. “
George Floyd: Minneapolis Police Department Veteran Calls Derek Chauvin’s Use Of Force “Completely Unnecessary”
Seasoned Minneapolis officer Lt. Richard Zimmerman testified Friday that Derek Chauvin’s use of force in the fatal arrest of George Floyd was “completely unnecessary”. USA today reported. He said an officer placing his knee on a suspect’s neck could be fatal.
“Holding him face down on the floor and resting his knee on his neck for so long is just not appropriate,” said Lt. Zimmerman.
President Biden is reviewing his legal authority to cancel student loan debt
President Joe Biden has called on Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to prepare a report examining the president’s legal ability to cancel up to $ 50,000 in student loans per person. The reveal was made by White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain during an interview with politics.
“Hopefully we’ll see that in the next few weeks,” said Klain on Thursday about the report. “And then he will look at this legal authority, he will look at the related political issues and make a decision.”
Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day
Friday April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day, a day to celebrate the approximately 4 million people around the world who live with developmental disorder US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Autism affects 1 in 54 children each year.