Donald Trump Jr.’s wife files for divorce


Donald Trump Jr.’s wife files for divorce

NEW YORK

Donald Trump Jr. and his wife, Vanessa Trump, may be getting divorced.

A public court record filed Thursday in New York says Vanessa Trump is seeking an uncontested divorce from the president’s son. Details of the divorce complaint haven’t been made public.

The couple married in 2005 and have five children.

The Trump Organization hasn’t responded to an emailed request for comment.

Last month, Vanessa Trump opened a letter to her husband containing an unidentified white powder and was briefly hospitalized as a precaution, but the substance turned out to be nonhazardous. A Massachusetts man later was charged with sending the threatening letter.

Drake plays ‘Fortnite’ with ‘Ninja,’ helps break record

LOS ANGELES

Grammy Award-winning rapper Drake helped Twitch break its record for the most-viewed stream by joining gamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins to play “Fortnite.”

There were 630,000 concurrent viewers at its peak on the live-streaming platform Wednesday.

The rapper and singer says he’s been playing the popular video game for a month or two.

He played with “Ninja” and then they were joined by rapper Travis Scott and Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Model Dickinson’s lawsuit against Cosby can proceed

LOS ANGELES

Model Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby can move forward after the California Supreme Court refused to review an appeal from the comedian Thursday.

The case had been on hold pending the court’s decision. Dickinson said in 2014 that Cosby drugged and raped her in Lake Tahoe in 1982, then sued him after he and his representatives said her claims were false.

Cosby’s attorneys had appealed Dickinson’s use of a press release and a letter to media outlets as evidence of defamation, saying that would violate First Amendment rights.

Attorneys also objected to Dickinson adding a former Cosby lawyer, Marty Singer, as a defendant, saying it would hurt the ability of attorneys to represent their clients.

A California appeals court sided with Dickinson in November. The Supreme Court refusing to take up the appeal means the case can move forward with Singer as a co-defendant.

Associated Press

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