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The 51-year-old man has been successfully sued by his ex-wife, who claimed he did not have sex with her enough during 21 years of marriage.


The couple, who raised two children in the French Riviera, were granted divorce in Nice, southern France, two years ago, with the wife blaming her husband's low libido for the split. The divorce court ruled the husband, known only as Jean-Louis B, was "solely responsible" for the break up.



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Despite rising unemployment and skyrocketing credit card debt for many Americans, the "American dream" is still alive and well. While the faith in possible upward mobility among those in this country may occasionally waver, the prospect of being richly rewarded for hard work continues to strike a powerful chord with hopeful emigrants abroad, particularly those who harbor dreams of a future in professional sports.


Unfortunately, a handful of foreign prospects and some from closer to home were served a sordid slice of American pie by a South Charleston, W.Va. academy which purported to be a landing pad of top basketball talent. Many officials are now claiming that the West Virginia Prep Academy, which was scheduled to open on Tuesday after permits had been filed by former college basketball player Daniel Hicks, who is pictured at right, was nothing more than a fraudulent enterprise aimed at generating quick cash for Hicks himself.


As first investigated by the Charleston Gazette, the purported school, West Virginia Prep Academy, received $500 enrollment fees from just seven students, but 18 were living together in a tiny, three bedroom apartment in South Charleston when officials discovered them. At the time, South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens said that they students were living in cramped conditions without mattresses and hadn't been fed in at least two days.

"When I got there we had to stay in a three room apartment, but we were promised to get beds, get fed three times a day, have our clothes washed," Baltimore teenager Corey Saunders, the first player at the school to speak publicly, told Prep Rally for a forthcoming story. "None of that happened. We were left at the gym three hours a day, had to get food for ourselves.

"A lot of players there didn't have a lot of money. We had to spend our own money for food. It was just bad. Once we got there we were finding out more things about his background. He had gone to jail for fraud, drugs. He had brought in coaches that he thought could land big players, but was telling them things on fraud."

After the teenagers were found in the apartment, the teens were put up at the nearby Ramada hotel you see below after city officials reached out to the hotel's owner and explained the predicament the basketball players were in.

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So, this place is like a big auditorium thing for ballet and opera and shit... a major civic project that's been in the works for years. It opened a week ago, and already got robbed this morning.




This city's fulla too many damn ne'erdowells, I tell ya. Haha.

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Man Assaults Wife for Not "Liking" His Facebook Update


A 36-year-old Texas man has pleaded not guilty to battery charges after allegedly attacking his estranged wife for failing to "Like" a status update he posted to Facebook.


Benito Apolinar had posted an update to his Facebook page about the anniversary of his mother's death. Angry that the post had elicited no response from his wife of 15 years, he confronted her after dropping off their children at her home in Carlsbad, New Mexico on Tuesday.


[More from Mashable: 7 Reasons Why Recruiters Like Facebook More Than LinkedIn]


"That's amazing everyone 'Likes' my status but you, you're my wife. You should be the first one to 'Like' my status," he allegedly told her before punching her in the cheek and pulling her hair. He was reportedly under the influence of alcohol at the time.


Apolinar was arrested the same evening of the incident. He is scheduled to appear in court on December 22



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BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A Detroit-area man had his 9-year-old daughter drive him to the store because he had apparently been drinking, police said Monday, and surveillance video from a gas station shows him telling a clerk that his daughter was his "designated driver."



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word. My mental health is becoming a problem

However, to address it would cost money i don't have.

Pretty sure being broke wont improve things

Not sure what the fuck if anything to do

there you have it

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