Lisa Marie Presley’s Daughters in Protective Care as Husband Investigated for ‘Indecent’ Child Photos

Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Lockwood arrive at the premiere of “Mad Max: Fury Road” held at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood in 2015.

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Lisa Marie Presley‘s 8-year-old twins are reportedly in protective care after “disturbing” photos of children were allegedly found on a computer belonging to her estranged husband, Michael Lockwood.

The Daily Mail reports that Presley’s twin daughters with Lockwood, Finley and Harper, were taken by social workers and are in the care of California’s Department of Children and Family Services after the only child of the late Elvis Presley alleged that she found “hundreds of inappropriate photos” and “disturbing video footage” on Lockwood’s computer.

Presley, 49, claimed in court papers filed on February 7 and obtained by the Daily Mail that she was “shocked and horrified and sick to my stomach” when she discovered the images on the computer belonging to her fourth husband.

The couple, who were married for 10 years, split in June 2016 and Presley revealed in the documents filed as part of the couple’s ongoing divorce that she subsequently entered a treatment facility.

Presley claimed that the Beverly Hills Police department executed a search warrant and removed more than 80 devices belonging to the musician, 55, which have not been analyzed and have not been released. She added, “My understanding is that Tennessee law enforcement is also conducting an investigation related to the photos and videos that I discovered. I have no idea what else may be on those devices and fear that there are more and worse images and evidence in these unanalyzed devices.”

Presley also states in the papers that a trial will be held in March in the Edelman Children’s Court in Los Angeles regarding allegations of sexual abuse and neglect, but the court filing does not state why the twins were removed from Presley and Lockwood’s custody. DCFS told Us Weekly that it can’t comment on this ongoing investigation.

The singer, who was previously married to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage, also claimed that nearly all of her $300 million fortune is gone and claimed that Lockwood spent more than a million dollars on her credit cards.

She added that she has been forced to move in with her daughter Riley Keough, whose father was Presley’s first husband, Danny Keough, but also revealed that she receives a monthly income of approximately $100,000 a month from her inheritance, and receives a salary of approximately $4300 a month as an employee of Graceland, which allows her to obtain health insurance for herself, Lockwood and their daughters.

Lockwood’s lawyer, Jeff Sturman, denied Presley’s claims in a statement to Us Weekly.

“Mr. Lockwood and his lawyers believe that it is very unfortunate and inappropriate that Ms. Presley chose to file a one-sided, inaccurate version of the facts in the Family Law Court’s publicly accessible files,” Sturman said in a statement. “Ms. Presley and her lawyers undoubtedly knew that their highly sensational, inaccurate and unproven claims would be of great interest to the media, which would disseminate Ms. Presley’s inaccurate story as a result. To make matters worse, Ms. Presley failed to disclose very important information in the papers she filed in the Family Law Court and the things she failed to disclose are directly related to her inflammatory claims against Mr. Lockwood.”

“Mr. Lockwood is not going to publicly disclose very negative information about Ms. Presley to retaliate,” he continued. “Mr. Lockwood and his lawyers did not choose to litigate these personal matters in the press. Therefore, while Mr. Lockwood denies the truth of what Ms. Presley chose to put in the press, he has no further statement at this time.”

Amy Duggar Claims Her Father Was the Violent Abuser in New ‘Marriage Boot Camp’ Teaser

Coming to terms with her past. Amy Duggar claimed that her father violently abused her in a new Marriage Boot Camp teaser released on Friday, February 17.

In the clip, Duggar, 30, stands before Dr. Venus Nicolino and a few of the other reality show stars as she recounts a scary incident that allegedly took place during her childhood. “My dad was like, ‘Amy, did you brush your teeth?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, Daddy,’” she said. “And he was like, ‘No, you didn’t.’ And he picked me up by my throat, all the way up to the ceiling. He was like, ‘You will brush your teeth.’ And I was scared s–tless.”

Dr. Nicolino’s assessment? “Amy’s coping mechanism is to pretend that everything is always happy in her world,” she said in the clip. “It’s how she blocks out the trauma she faced in her childhood.”

In yet another clip, Duggar breaks down during a role-playing exercise, with Dr. Ish Major playing the part of her father. “You’re still trying to figure out how you failed me,” Dr. Major says.

“You didn’t have to choke me. What kind of father does that?” Duggar snaps back. As the role play continues, the reality star gets increasingly worked up until she storms off the stage.

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In December, Duggar made headlines after she briefly mentioned a scary incident in a trailer for the hit We TV series, leading fans to wonder who the abuser in question was.

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s niece took to Twitter to clarify that she was not referring to her husband of more than a year, Dillon King. “The story I was describing in the Marriage Boot Camp teaser does not involve Dillon in any way,” the 19 Kids and Counting alum wrote.

Watch the clip above. Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars airs on We TV Fridays at 9 p.m. ET.

Pregnant Hannah Jeter Works Her Baby Bump in Sequins and a Slit: See the Red Carpet Photos

Home run! Three days after announcing her pregnancy, Hannah Jeter, who’s expecting her first child with husband Derek Jeter, slayed the maternity scene in a sultry sequin number at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition launch on Thursday, February 16.

The former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue cover girl, 26, donned a bump-hugging, asymmetrical Fabiana Milazzo dress with a cleavage-baring keyhole cutout and a thigh-high slit, teamed with a black clutch and lace-up sandals by Schutz. She finished the ensemble with lush lashes and pin-straight tresses.

The Saint Thomas–born beaut, who wed the former Yankee, 42, last year, was joined by a whole bevy of beauties at the event, including cover girl Kate Upton, Chrissy Teigen and Christie Brinkley (with her daughters and spread costars, Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley Cook!).

The soon-to-be mom announced her pregnancy via her husband’s website, The Players’ Tribune, where she published a sweet blog post about their romance and their future child — a girl. After revealing what it was like to witness Derek’s final game in September 2014, Hannah wrote, “Big moments also have a funny way of making you look ahead. Now, pregnant with our first child, Derek and I are looking to the future.”

The model also revealed that her husband has a not-yet-for-public-consumption name in mind for their daughter, but she’s not totally sold. But there is one thing she’s certain of: “Whatever her name is, I know she’ll run circles around him.”

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Rosie O’Donnell Confirms She Won’t Be Playing Steve Bannon on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Rosie O’Donnell on May 9, 2016, in New York City.

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Sad! Despite offering herself up to play Steve Bannon on Saturday Night Live, Rosie O’Donnell will not appear as Donald Trump’s chief strategist, TMZ reports.

Twitter users speculated that the comedian, 54, would be a good fit for the part following Melissa McCarthy’s hilarious impersonation of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. O’Donnell agreed, tweeting February 6, “I am here to serve. Alec [Baldwin] has Trump – Melissa has Spice – I would need a few days to prepare – so if called – I will be ready.”

O’Donnell even changed her Twitter avatar to a Photoshopped portrait of her as Bannon created by actor and writer Jonathan Smith. But according to the actress, “That was it,” she told TMZ Thursday, February 16, of what fans will see of her Bannon impression. “Start to finish.”

When pressed about why SNL turned down the Internet-approved casting, she responded, “Because I’m not in the cast.” The TMZ reporter points out that Baldwin isn’t in the cast either, to which O’Donnell commented, “He kind of is. He’s hosted 17 times.” McCarthy is also an SNL favorite, having hosted five times.

Though a rep for O’Donnell said last week that the Long Island native wouldn’t be appearing on the sketch show February 11, it seems fans shouldn’t expect to see her “live from New York” anytime soon. They can, however, count on O’Donnell — who has had a decadelong feud with the 70-year-old president — to take jabs at the Trump administration on Twitter and her blog.

“LETS DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS DIANNE – COME ON #STOPhim,” she tweeted Friday, February 17 in response to a user who pointed out how Trump has been rewarded for his close relationship with China. One hour later, O’Donnell wrote, “HE IS ONE SICK MAN.”

Wyoming Man Andy Sandness Gets ‘Miracle’ Face Transplant 10 Years After Attempting Suicide

His doctor called it a ‘miracle,’ but for Andy Sandness, a face transplant gave him his life back, 10 years after he’d tried to end it all.

The Wyoming man, 31, received a face transplant at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota last June in a 56-hour operation, according to the Associated Press.

When he was finally allowed to see his new face, three weeks after the surgery, he wrote four words in a spiral notebook and handed it to his doctor Samir Mardini. “Far exceeded my expectations,” Sandness wrote.

Sandness lost the lower half of his face, including his nose, mouth and jaw after a failed suicide attempt two days before Christmas in 2006.

Then 21 years old, he had been “super, super depressed” when he grabbed a rifle from a closet, put the barrel under his chin and pulled the trigger. He instantly regretted it, and when police arrived, he begged, “Please, please don’t let me die! I don’t want to die!”

He was eventually transferred to the Mayo Clinic, where he met Dr. Mardini, a plastic surgeon who specialized in facial reconstruction.

Sandness underwent eight surgeries over four and a half months to rebuild his face, using bone, muscle and skin from his hip and leg.

He eventually returned home to Newcastle, Wyoming, and tried to pick up the pieces of his life, but seldom ventured out apart from working at a lodge, in the oil fields and as an electrician’s apprentice.

Because his mouth was about an inch wide, too small for a spoon, he was forced to tear food into small pieces and suck on them till he could swallow them. He also had to paint his prosthetic nose to match his skin, and it constantly fell off outdoors, so he carried glue to stick it back on.

“Those were real tough times for him,” his father, Reed, told the Associated Press.

In 2012 Sandness was told that the Mayo Clinic was launching a face transplant program, and he was extremely eager to be a candidate for the surgery.

“When you look like I looked and you function like I functioned, every little bit of hope that you have, you just jump on it,” he told the AP, “and this was the surgery that was going to take me back to normal.”

After undergoing psychiatric and social work evaluation, he was accepted for the program, and in January 2016, his name was added to the waiting list for the United Network for Organ Sharing.

Sandness had been warned that it could take up to five years to find the right donor — but just five months later, a match was found.

The donor was Calen “Rudy” Ross, a 21-year-old man from Fulda, Minnesota, who’d fatally shot himself in the head. His wife, Lilly, 19, who was eight months pregnant with a baby boy, carried out her husband’s wishes to be an organ donor.

“There was not a second of doubt that everything was going to go well,” Sandness said.

A team of 60 surgeons, nurses and anesthesiologists worked together on the 56-hour surgery, which began shortly before midnight Friday and ended early Monday morning.

After the surgery ended Dr. Mardini proclaimed it “a miracle.”

Sandness was overwhelmed when he was finally given a mirror to look at his face.

“Once you lose something that you’ve had forever, you know what it’s like not to have it,” he said. “And once you get a second chance to have it back, you never forget it.”

Lilly Ross has seen photos of Sandness before and after the transplant, and both she and Sandness hope to meet one day. “I’m excited for him that he’s getting his life back,” she said.

‘Making a Murderer’ Update on ‘Dateline’: Five Revelations About Steven Avery’s Case

Unless you lived under a rock last year (not that there’s anything wrong with that), you heard about Netflix’s hit docuseries Making a Murderer, which told the story of Steven A. Avery and nephew Brendan Dassey, who were both found guilty of of the murder of Teresa Halbach. With Dateline’s Friday, February 17, episiode revisiting the case, here’s a quick refresh of the facts: Avery was wrongly convicted of rape, finally released and was about to potentially collect millions of dollars from a lawsuit he filed after getting out of prison against Manitowoc County. While all of that was pending, a photographer who worked for Autotrader magazine (Halbach) was called to Avery’s residence (which was also his place of work) for an assignment — and never seen again until her bones were found. 

An investigation began that quickly narrowed in on Avery and his nephew, and evidence began to mount against them. Avery’s blood was found in Halbach’s car. Her car key was found in his trailer. And Dassey gave a statement to police detailing how they brutally raped, tortured and killed the 25-year-old woman. The docuseries raised questions about the investigation, causing some people to believe the two had been wrongly convicted. On February 17, Dateline aired “Return to Manitowoc County,” which featured new interviews with investigator Tom Fassbender, former district attorney Ken Kratz and Dassey’s former defense attorney, Len Kachinsky. While much of the program recapped the case, there were some new bits of information here and there. Here are the five biggest moments from special.

1. Tom Fassbender does not believe he or any of the police did anything wrong while investigating.

“Absolutely not,” he said when asked if he had a vendetta against Avery, noting that he didn’t even know who Avery was at the time. “The people that were there that I worked with from Manitowoc County were hardworking — they only wanted to do this investigation the right way.”  Asked specifically about the key found in Avery’s trailer on the team’s seventh search of the space, Fassbender said there was no way it was planted, and argued it wasn’t found during the previous six searches because it was located in a small bookcase that hadn’t been searched thoroughly. 

He also insisted Avery’s blood in Halbach’s car was not planted. (The docuseries made a big deal about the fact that the police department had Avery’s blood in a vial and that it was suspect that the vial had a small puncture on its top. Fassbender said small punctures are normal on those types of vials.) In a nutshell, he said the defense that the police planted evidence was “absurd.”

2. Fassbender revealed he had “mixed emotions” when he learned that Dassey was being released.

Last August, a judge overturned the ruling on Dassey, arguing that Fassbender’s interrogation had not followed the rules and had taken advantage of a young man with learning disabilities. While Fassbender respected the authority of the judge, he believed Dassey “knew right from wrong” and was definitely involved in Halbach’s death. He said he had “mixed emotions” when he heard the news and reiterated that they had done “everything above board.”

3. Kachinsky admitted he made some mistakes.

To say that Len Kachinsky, the defense attorney for Dassey, came across as a poor lawyer in the docuseries would be the understatement of the century. He looked incompetent at best, and like he was trying to get his client convicted at worst. In particular, during the “Return to Manitowoc” special, he was asked about his decision to let Dassey, a disabled teenager, be questioned by police without his attorney present, and Kachinsky said that wasn’t a good choice. (No kidding.) “That was really a mistake,” he said with a shrug, though he did argue that none of his mistakes affected the outcome of the case.

4. Steven Avery had a history of alleged violence against women.

Making a Murderer didn’t spent much time on Avery’s reputation around town in terms of his dealings with the fairer sex. Specifically, it didn’t highlight the fact that his ex-fiancee told police Avery had physically abused her, or that a teenage girl had accused him of rape. “He has no remorse for his behavior,” Ken Kratz said. “He feels incredibly entitled.”

5. Kratz has a new girlfriend.

Kratz, the district attorney who led much of the case against Avery, had his own mini-scandal after the case closed when he was caught sending sexually charged text messages to a woman who was the victim of domestic violence. While he is no longer the district attorney in Manitowoc County, he does have a book out telling his version of events in the case, and he has a new girlfriend by his side. Meanwhile, attorney Kathleen Zellner has taken on Avery’s case and is determined to get him set free, citing new evidence (though she hasn’t specified what that is, exactly).

Tell Us: What do you make of the latest special about Avery?

Dateline airs on NBC Fridays at 9 p.m. ET.

Chris Harrison Reveals Charlie O’Connell Was the One Bachelor He Just Didn’t Get Along With

Another twist for Bachelor Nation? Chris Harrison admitted that Charlie O’Connell was the one Bachelor star he just didn’t get along with. Watch what he had to say in the video above.

The longtime host of ABC’s dating show made the surprising admission while cohosting Live With Kelly on Friday, February 17, after Kelly Ripa grilled him on his least-favorite Bachelor.

“This will just ruin my life for the next month,” the 45-year old joked, before ‘fessing up. And while Bachelor Nation widely considers controversial season 18 star Juan Pablo Galavis to be the most-hated Bachelor ever, Harrison said it was actually 2005’s Bachelor Charlie O’Connell, who starred on season 7 of the reality dating show, who rubbed him the wrong way.

“So here’s the thing, after 15 years, 30-some odd people that have been through this show, there are people I get along with better than others,” said Harrison, before naming O’Connell – whose actor brother Jerry O’Connell frequently slips into the Live cohost seat beside Ripa — as the one person he just didn’t “meld with” on their journey to find love.

“Charlie and I, he was just East Coast, me, Southern kid, it was like oil and water,” said the TV personality, who also hosts The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise. “We just didn’t get along.”

Part of that may have been timing, said Harrison, who insisted that “I actually love Charlie,” but revealed that O’Connell wasn’t in a good place emotionally and said they kept their distance while filming.

“He was, now self-admittedly, in a difficult time in his life, a little tumultuous,” explained Harrison. ”He’s come back from that, thankfully, but we just didn’t really spend any time together … We just went our separate ways.”

fans remember, O’Connell gave his final rose and a promise ring to Sarah Brice,
although he chose not to propose during the live finale. The duo dated on and off after
the show, breaking up in 2007 and then getting back together the following year,
before calling it quits for good in 2010. 

Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s Custody Battle: Cops Called Again

Emotions running high. Robin Thicke and Paula Patton‘s custody battle over son Julian continues to be tense, with police called again on Thursday, February 16.

TMZ reports that Patton’s people called the cops from a Malibu park where she was supposed to hand the estranged exes’ 6-year-old son to a court-appointed monitor so that Julian could have a visit with his dad.

A source close to Thicke tells Us Weekly that Patton, 41, was almost an hour late for the meeting and refused to give Julian to the monitor when she arrived. 

Other sources tell TMZ that Thicke, 39, also apparently violated a restraining order that Patton had against him and was just feet away from the About Last Night actress, although the Thicke source insists that the singer remained in his car the whole time. 

Julian reportedly decided that he didn’t want to go with the “Blurred Lines” singer and asked his mom to call 911, a source close to Patton told TMZ. But by the time deputies arrived at the scene, Patton and her son had left.

“Here’s what happens,” the source close to Thicke tells Us. “Paula finally shows up and won’t let Julian out of the car, she doesn’t want to hand Julian over. The moderator is going between them and Robin is sitting in his car, doing as he’s directed. And for some reason she called her housekeeper, and the housekeeper who was at the house, not at the park, mind you, calls the police and says Robin is violating his restraining order. And Robin never got out of his car. Paula then takes Julian and leaves.”

“When the police showed up, she was gone,” the source continues. “They went up to Robin and they said, ‘Someone called saying you broke the restraining order’ and he said, ‘No, this is my designated spot to pick up my son. We have joint custody and we do this every week, I stay in the car.’ He had a full conversation with the police and they didn’t do anything. The saddest part about this is that was his only time to see Julian.”

“Paula was not an hour late,” a source close to the actress tells Us Weekly. “What happens is, when Paula goes to hand off Julian to Robin, she is supposed to hand him off to a monitor. Robin is not supposed to be there because of the court-ordered restraining order. So he showed up despite the court order, and then Julian said he didn’t want to go with his dad as soon as he saw him, so that’s why the hand-off didn’t end up happening.”

Reps for Thicke and Patton have not responded to requests for comment.

The episode is the latest in a line of dramatic incidents involving the couple, who divorced in 2015 after 10 years of marriage.

As Us Weekly previously reported, Thicke was being investigated last month by the Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services amid allegations of child abuse for spanking his son.

Patton was granted a temporary restraining order against the Grammy-nominated singer last month, as well as sole temporary custody of Julian, after court documents, obtained by Us Weekly, revealed that Patton accused Thicke of physically assaulting her, cheating on her multiple times and having a serious cocaine problem. A source close to Thicke denied the domestic abuse allegations to TMZ.

TMZ reported last month that Thicke’s lawyer claimed Patton herself was also under investigation by DCFS for alleged emotional abuse of her son.

Police were called to Patton’s home in mid-January after she had a confrontation with Thicke when he arrived for a visit with his son and, according to TMZ, Julian refused to go with him.

Is Walk Off The Earth’s “Shape of You” cover better than Ed Sheeran’s Grammy performance?

Earlier this week, Ed Sheeran’s performance of “Shape of You” at the Grammy Awards was the talk of the town. Walk Off The Earth, a band known mostly for doing awesome covers on YouTube, released an amazing cover yesterday.

Ed Sheeran is a damn talented performer – there’s no denying that. His organic one-man-band act (made possible by a loop station, acoustic guitar, Ed Sheeran’s voice, and sometimes keyboard) makes him one of the most unique performers around, even if he was a late addition to the roster of performers at the 59th Grammys.

“Shape of You” currently holds the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list (passing Migos much-memed track “Bad & Boujee“, and is one of Sheeran’s hottest tracks yet (maybe the best one since “Don’t,”).

Being the #1 track on the Billboard Hot 100 is a big deal, but maybe not as big a deal as getting your song covered by Walk Off The Earth, whose five-person-one-guitar performance of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” propelled them to YouTube fame in 2013. Their cover of The Chainsmokers’ summer hit “Closer” was all over social media this summer.

Here’s Walk Off The Earth’s cover of “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran:

Where do we begin with Walk Off The Earth’s cover?

For starters, those percussive things that they’re whacking on the ground and the table to generate music? They’re called “Boomwhackers” and if that isn’t the coolest name for an instrument ever, I will tell you where you can stick your vuvuzela.

At far left, Joel Cassady appears to be wearing seashells and a fork around his neck to make a jangling sound. Sarah Blackwood, the only member of the group with her own Wikipedia entry, is playing a thumb piano that appears to be made of pure birch. Then you have lead vocalist Ryan Marshall, who appears to have a container full of beads (or maybe Kix cereal?) as a percussion instrument. The group pulls out a ton of other cool instruments, including a jack-in-the-box, as they mash “Shape Of You” with 90s hits like “No Diggity” (BLACKstreet) and “No Scrubs” (TLC). They also have a child in the room the whole time.

The kicker (pun intended) is when their roommate comes down the stairs (seemingly frustrated by the band’s noise in his house), and JUMP KICKS two hanging cymbal-gongs.

Ed Sheeran’s performance of “Shape of You” at the Grammys was cool, but Walk Off The Earth’s cover is definitively better (sorry, Mr. Sheeran, but as an aficionado of well-produced, organic music, you should appreciate it as much as I do).

Which version of “Shape of You” do you think is better? Stay tuned to Popdust for more awesome music news!

Why this now-void loan contract between two brothers is going viral

A loan agreement two brothers made in 2012 is going viral on social media because of one bullet point in the void clause.

Twitter user @AnarchyNoww (alias Judd Markowitz, a 28-year-old prospective accountant) is making waves on social media after posting a picture of a contract agreement drawn between him and his brother in 2012. Markowitz borrowed $2,000 from his brother at the end of November 2012 with his brother Ryan. The agreement (signed by a witness named Bradley Goldberg) was as follows:

I, Judd Markowitz, am borrowing $2,000 from Ryan Markowitz on 11/28/2012. I will begin repayment to him on 12/28/2018 in monthly installments of $100. The loan will accumulate no interest. Loan repayments will be waived if the following circumstances occur before or after 12/28/2018:
-Judd Markowitz loses a limb
-Ryan Markowizt wins the lottery
-The New York Jets win the Super Bowl in 2013
-The world comes to an end
-Jesus, Biggie, or Tupac comes back to life
-Rick Santorum or Donald Trump becomes President in 2016
-Judd Markowitz is the father of septupletz
-Bradley Goldberg has a doctor show like Dr. Oz called Dr. Brad

As of this moment, the tweet has been shared over 600 times (with no end to the retweets in sight!).

As everyone knows, Donald Trump was elected to the United States presidency in 2016; this was one of the conditions to void the loan agreement, which means Judd is off the hook!

We reached out to Markowitz on Twitter with a couple questions:

Are you happier with Trump in office and not having to pay your brother back than you would be with someone else in office and owing him $2000?

I’d rather someone else in office for sure. I remember we had this contract and I was waiting for him to tell me to start repaying it. I totally forgot what the covenants were.

Regarding your twitter handle, what are your thoughts on anarchy?

I’m an anarchist, but I think it’s foolish to think that the world is ready, or ever will be ready, for anarchy.There’s a clear dichotomy between those who want to live to acquire knowledge and grow as a person and those who want to live to compete and established supremacy.

Is this your first time going viral? And how has the experience been for you so far?

This is not my first time going viral; Deray and Shaun King have retweeted me before and those got like a thousand retweets. I also was killing it on election night.

Anything else you’d like to say?

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for the people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.”

The contract will go viral over the weekend, but the question remains: does Judd Markowitz have to pay his brother? As other twitter users are pointing out, Trump technically was inaugurated in 2017, meaning he wasn’t President in 2016.

But Markowitz isn’t worried: his brother is a man of honor, and they agree that the intent behind the contract was present. Looks like Judd Markowitz got a free-of-repayment loan after all! It wasn’t “a small loan of a million dollars,” but free money is always nice.

Stay tuned to Popdust for more amazing viral news, and follow @AnarchyNoww on Twitter – he’s one to watch.