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Archdiocese of Boston removes monsignor over allegation of sexual abuse
The Archdiocese of Boston announced Friday the immediate removal of a pastor who was accused of sexually abusing a child in 2006. Rev. Msgr. Francis V. Strahan, who was pastor of St. Bridget Parish in Framingham, was placed on administrative leave, archdiocese officials announced. While on leave, the archdiocese said he will not have any public ministry. "The decision to place Msgr. Strahan on administrative leave represents the Archdiocese’s commitment to the welfare of all parties and does not represent a determination of Msgr. Strahan’s guilt or innocence as it pertains to this allegation," officials wrote in a statement.
Michael Strahan's ex-wife claims the daytime host owes her half a million dollars in child support, and she's asking the court to make him pay up.
In legal documents, Jean Muggli Strahan claims that their twin teenage daughters -- Sophia and Isabella -- are actively involved in horses, and their equestrian expenses have amounted to $450,802 since 2017. Jean says the "GMA" host agreed to pay half of the equestrian bill, so she's looking for a quarter million dollars from him. Michael, though, filed his own documents claiming an agreement like that was never made.
Further, she also alleges that the former NFL stud has underpaid his child support for most the decade, claiming he owes her $321,654 in back support. Her reasoning? His monthly child support payments haven't been adjusted for cost of living. Plus, she says he makes more money now, considering his many gigs, including "FOX NFL Sunday" and "Good Morning America."
Keke Palmer Says She Turned Down Mike Johnson's Date Offer Because She Felt 'Ambushed'
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She's asked the court to make him fork over $18,378 a month.
In Michael's filing, he acknowledges that their agreement calls for cost-of-living adjustments, but says there is no definitive way to figure out a number.
Michael and Jean were married from 1999 to 2006. In court, the judge awarded Jean $15.3 million in their divorce and ordered Michael to pay $18,000 a month in child support. However, in 2009, his payments were decreased to about $13,000 a month.
A court hearing is set for next month.
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Too much is enough Even the divorce judge Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie no longer support
The tension is at its height between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The conflictual relations between the ex-spouses, widely publicized, pushed the judge in charge of their divorce to intervene and put a stop to it. Indeed, the former couple has multiplied statements shocks for a week.Angelina Jolie said Tuesday, August 7, that her ex-husband would not have paid child support for their six children since their
The tension is at its height betweenand . The conflictual relations between the ex-spouses, widely publicized, pushed the judge in charge of their divorce to intervene and put a stop to it. Indeed, the former couple multiplies the statements shocks for a week.
Angelina Jolie, that her ex-husband would not have paid child support for their six children since their separation. The latter then , gave $ 8 million to his ex-wife to help him buy a new home. Excuse that was not enough for the actress who answered in the same day that a "loan is not alimony".
Faced with these accusations, the judge would have decided to take matters in hand to calm the game. He sent a solemn warning to both parties, ordering them to be more courteous and less aggressive towards each other. Will the sermon of the judge succeed in appeasing the former couple who are fighting a merciless battle? Nothing is less certain:face the hostility of the actress who wishes the sole custody of children.
Faraday Future founder files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy .
Faraday Future founder Jia Yueting has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a bid to settle his exorbitant personal debts. The move is part of a larger recovery plan, and it's meant, in part, to regain credibility for Faraday Future. Though there's no guarantee that it will help. In the proposed plan, Yueting will use his ownership stake in the long-troubled, cash-strapped EV startup Faraday Future to create a creditor trust and repay his debts. That's not a total surprise. Last month, Yueting stepped down as CEO in order to create this trust.
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