Patrick Foley started on defense after being ineligible in 2017. Hopkins, decked out in their new Under Armour uniforms in season No. 131, only committed 10 turnovers and went a perfect 3 of 3 on the extra man. While few women in Atlanta are likely to pair a retro 1970’s acid washed skirt with a Calvin Klein camisole, Chanel spectator pumps and a vintage Gucci purse, as Ms. Parker did in a recent episode, for fans, the show has the allure of flipping through Vogue. ”I don’t copy the show or anything,” said Nikki Beets, 21, a waitress, ”but there are a lot of outfits that I say, ‘Wow, I’ve to put something like that together.’ ”.
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Prosecutors say 13 malnourished children found in captivity in California were chained as punishment and a 17 year old plotted her escape for two years.Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin said Thursday that another sibling escaped with the 17 year old over the weekend but turned back out of fear.Hestrin says all 13 victims were severely malnourished and as a result some have cognitive impairment and a lack of basic knowledge of life. He says a 29 year old female victim weight 82 pounds.Hestrin says none of the victims were allowed to shower more than once a year.The parents of 13 malnourished children found in alleged captivity in Southern California have been charged with committing years of torture and abuse and could face up to life in prison.Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced the charges against 57 year old David Allen Turpin and 49 year old Louise Anna Turpin at a press conference Thursday.The two are scheduled to make their first court appearance later in the day.The grandparents of 13 starved and tortured children say their son’s family looked happy and healthy when they last visited California six years ago.Betty and James Turpin of Princeton, West Virginia say they were in shock when they learned of the arrest of their son David Turpin and his wife, Louise Turpin this week.They told the Southern California News Group that their grandchildren all called each other “sweetie” when they visited their home in Murrieta, California six years ago, and none of them appeared malnourished.Betty Turpin says her son told her he had so many kids because God wanted him to. She says her son shared her Pentecostal Christian faith but he wasn’t affiliated with a church in California..