Entertainment Jordana Brewster Is Engaged to Tech CEO Mason Morfit: 'Soon to Be JBM'
Punky Brewster revival canceled at Peacock
The revival of the 1980s sitcom Punky Brewster has officially gotten the axe at NBCUniversal's Peacock streaming service, it emerged this Thursday in The Hollywood Reporter.It emerged this Thursday in The Hollywood Reporter that the program would not continue after its 10-episode first season.
The Fast and the Furious star, 41, announced her engagement to boyfriend Mason Morfit on Tuesday, sharing a picture of herself wearing a sparkler on her ring finger as she cozied up next to the 44-year-old tech CEO.
"❤️JB soon to be JBM❤️," Brewster wrote on her Instagram, referencing her initials. A representative for the actress confirmed the couple's engagement to PEOPLE.
This will be the second marriage for Brewster, who was married to Andrew Form for 13 years before. The two share sons , 5, and , 8.
Arrest warrants issued for man who accosted NBC reporter covering Hurricane Ida
The man who accosted an NBC reporter covering Hurricane Ida on Monday is now wanted for arrest.The arrest warrants issued Tuesday charge Benjamin Eugene Dagley, from Ohio, with two counts of simple assault, one count of disturbance of the peace and one count of violation of emergency curfew."We would like to thank the public for coming forward and helping identify Dagley," the Gulfport Police Department in Mississippi tweeted Tuesday, along with a headshot of Dagley and a photograph of his white Ford pickup truck.We would like to thank the public for coming forward and helping identify Dagley. pic.twitter.
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Brewster was first linked to Morfit last July, when the pair wereduring an outing in Santa Monica, California.
Morfit is the CEO of ValueAct Capital, an investment company, and was formerly on the board of directors for Microsoft from 2014 until he stepped down in 2017.
In a candid essay forpublished this June, Brewster revealed that she had when she and the businessman were still married to other people. The two reconnected in San Francisco four days after Brewster and Form, 52, decided to separate, according to the actress.
Arrest warrant issued for man accused of confronting NBC's Shaquille Brewster on live TV
More than one million Louisiana residents were still without power Tuesday after Hurricane Ida slammed into the state. Emergency crews continued to rescue people trapped by floodwaters. Photo: Dan Anderson/Shutterstock
"When I landed, Mason was at the bottom of the escalator, holding a sign with my name on it. My heart was fluttering like a hummingbird. I felt at once super panicked but also strangely grounded," she recalled. "During a time when the world avoided all contact, when it was mandated that everyone stay six feet apart, Mason and I blended into each other. I thought, Please kiss me. And he did."
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From that day forward, Brewster said that they started seeing each other regularly and began "thinking about how to blend our families."
Arrest warrant issued for man who charged at reporter on live TV
Gulfport police say Benjamin Eugene Dagley will face charges of assault for the incident while the city was under a storm curfew.Video of the incident shows NBC News' Shaquille Brewster reporting on the Gulfport coast when a man gets out of his white pickup truck and charges at him. "Report accurately," the man screams at Brewster, who moved away from the man and continued his report while the man kept shouting.
"Ultimately my divorce wasn't my fault or my ex-husband's fault. At 27, I was not ready to be emotionally open or vulnerable. I wasn't ready to really let someone in. At 40, I cracked myself open and put it all on the line," Brewster wrote in her essay. "With that came the collateral damage of my first marriage, but by risking it all I gained the love of my life."
Will the US emulate China's tech takedown? .
China punished Jack Ma’s Ant Group and other tech companies that offered new products without the government’s permission.Luckily, the aforementioned economy belongs to China, not the United States. In recent weeks, China punished Jack Ma's Ant Group and other tech companies that offered new products without the government's permission, often and at the expense of incumbents with close ties to the state. The government launched probes, blocked IPOs, forced restructurings, and issued a flurry of new regulations.