Entertainment Gang Member Who Says He Attacked R. Kelly Sentenced in Deaths
Kelly Clarkson Hits Those High Notes With Cover Of Miguel’s ‘Adorn’
Kelly Clarkson nails those sweet, sweet high notes with this cover of Miguel’s “Adorn”. RELATED: Kelly Clarkson Facing Lawsuit From Ex-Husband’s Father’s Company Clarkson delivered another rousing cover on the Kellyoke segment of “The Kelly Clarkson Show”. The “American Idol” alum vibed out and nailed her “Adorn” cover. Miguel released “Adorn” as the second singleRELATED: Kelly Clarkson Facing Lawsuit From Ex-Husband’s Father's Company
A convicted gang member who said he beat up jailed R&B singerin a Chicago cell in August has been sentenced to life in prison for a racketeering conviction that involved two 1999 murders. A federal judge in Hammond, Indiana, sentenced Jeremiah Farmer, 39, on Tuesday during a hearing in which Farmer represented himself and appeared combative, at times raising his voice and frequently interrupting the judge.
Farmer, a Latin Kings street gang member, had faced a mandatory life sentence following his conviction last year on conspiracy to commit racketeering activity in a drug-related case that involved the killings of Marion Lowry, 74, and Harvey Siegers, 67.
Man Suffers Traumatic Neck Injury During 'Freak Accident' with Fiancée 2 Weeks Before Wedding
Kelly Drake and her fiancé Armani Alicea were celebrating their upcoming nuptials with a white water rafting adventure when the incident happenedA Florida man is fighting for his life after a pre-wedding getaway with his soon-to-be-wife took a dangerous turn.
Lowry and Siegers were beaten to death in June 1999 with a hammer at their Hammond business, Calumet Auto Rebuilders — a business where an indictment stated that employees “had repeatedly had conflicts with members of the Latin Kings,” thereported. Farmer made headlines by that he attacked Kelly on Aug. 26 in downtown Chicago’s Metropolitan Correctional Center — a federal detention center — because he wanted to shed light on wrongdoing by the government in his own criminal case.
Farmer was able to slip away from an employee at the center,, according to a U.S. Bureau of Prisons report. A security officer used pepper spray to stop the attack.Kelly, 53, of state and federal sexual misconduct charges in Illinois, Minnesota and New York, from sexual assault to heading a racketeering scheme aimed at supplying him with girls. The Grammy Award winning singer has denied ever abusing anyone.
Kelly Clarkson Legally Hits Back at Father-in-Law amid Split, Demands Money Made off Her Be Returned .
After being sued by her father-in-law's management company, the singer argued that their agreement should be deemed "void" in new court documentsIn a labor petition filed on Oct. 20 and obtained by PEOPLE, the singer, 38, claimed that Starstruck Management Group violated the California Labor Code for "procuring, offering, promising, or attempting to procure employment or engagements" for her without first obtaining a talent agency license. So, she argued, any and all agreements — including their reported verbal contract in which she agreed to pay them 15% commission on her gross earnings — be "declared void and unenforceable.