A Missouri man has been charged with statutory sodomy of a one-year-old, but not before he received a beating from the infant’s father.

Jayson Newlun, a 26-year-old family friend who was babysitting for friends, was caught inappropriately touching the child while pleasuring himself after being left alone with the baby for just 10 to 15 minutes, according to local media.

Court documents show that the mother and father had left Mr Newlun alone with their daughter while they went to the store. After realising that they had forgotten their WIC folder — which contains vouchers to assist low income families pay for food for children — they returned home.

Once they returned, the mother noticed that Mr Newlun wasn’t on the couch where he had been when they left, and that her infant daughter’s bedroom door was open.

In the bedroom, she saw Mr Newlun take an inappropriate photograph of their daughter before masturbating while touching the little girl’s private parts.

The mother reportedly ran and told her husband immediately, and he tackled Mr Newlun and hit him with a dresser drawer.

A neighbour stepped in to stop the attack.

A mug shot of Mr Newlun shows him battered and bruised from the attack, with a black eye bleeding blood.

“I hope you go down for this,” the mother reportedly told Mr Newlun as they awaited for the police to arrive.

“I do, too,” he replied.

Prosecutors have requested a $250,000 bond for Mr Newlun’s release.

After a misunderstanding on the highway, a black man was followed for several minutes by an enraged white driver. After pulling over to see why he was being tailed, the enraged driver parked along side and began to voice his complaints as a pistol lay in plain sight. We recently covered a story where a young woman was brutally shot in the head during an abhorrent case of road rage near Philadelphia, making this situation all too real.

Thankfully, cooler heads prevailed and upon a sharp explanation of his wrong doing, the enraged driver cooled off and immediately apologized. Watch above.


Rae Sremmurd's Slim Jxmmi lost his very expensive chain at the Zenith in Paris on July 3rd. According to Le Parisien, Slim was stage diving into the crowd when he lost the chain. The show came to a pause for a short time and attempts were made to persuade the audience into returning the 100k chain.

At one point Slim Jxmmi offered to pay 50,000 euros to whoever could return the chain. Unfortunately, the chain nor the culprit came forward. Hopefully, Slim Jxmmi learned that stage diving is a physical and financial risk. You can watch the video of the incident above.

Atlanta rapper Eldorado Red was released early from a 25-year prison sentence for conspiracy and gang activity charges. He began serving in 2014.

Red was indicited in 2013 for the murder of Baton Rouge rapper Lil Phat. Red was found not guilty of murder in trial, but was still sentenced for the other charges. The gunman who killed Lil Phat was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison.

Eldorado Red announced his first day out on social media. Check out his post above.


A Florida judge has struck down a political attempt to modify the state's "stand your ground" law, ruling the amendment unconstitutional.

While Florida isn't the only state to allow the "stand your ground" defense, the law has been heavily criticized in the sunshine state. "Stand your ground" stoked national debate when in 2012 George Zimmerman was able to exploit the law during his trial for the slaying of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. In other states, the law requires that a defendant designating "stand your ground" first attempt a retreat from harm's way before pulling the trigger.

On the recording of Zimmerman's 911 call, in which he reported Martin as a stranger wandering his gated community, he admitted to being in pursuit of Martin and was advised to stop following him. While some cited a predatory nature to Zimmerman's pursuit, such behavior proved inconsequential to the trial result. Given such little wiggle room when fighting a "stand your ground" case, prosecutors have struggled to come up with an approach that might prove effective in convicting murderers who invoke the law.

Last month Florida Governor Rick Scott made the job of the prosecution in "stand your ground" cases that much more difficult when backed by the National Rifle Association he signed a bill that would force lawyers to disprove a defendant's self-defense during pretrial hearings. Under the law's updated version, the prosecution would also have had to present "clear and convincing" evidence that the defense had not carried a shooting out in self-defense.

“As a matter of constitutional separation of powers, that procedure cannot be legislatively modified,” Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Milton Hirsch stated in his ruling. Gov. Scott's amendment was ultimately batted down because it allowed lawmakers to overstep their authority, Hirsch says.

Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks have decided to bury the hatchet. According to EW, Iggy will feature Banks on her upcoming album Digital Distortion. The two female emcees have had beef since 2011, but as of last month, it appears the two have worked things out when Banks re-posted a note from Azalea on her Instagram.

"Public Service Announcement, Azealia is going to be on DD. We are collaborating," read Azalea's Snapchat.

"Burn your wigs now or preserve them in your freezer for release day."

This is truly an unexpected collaboration. Perhaps the two will be able to build off of each other's creativity and produce something positive. What do you think this new collaboration will sound like? Are you looking forward to hearing Azalea featuring Azealia?

JAY-Z called out several celebrities on his latest album, 4:44, including Future, who hit back at the Brooklyn rapper.

Many fans are certain that JAY-Z was rapping about Future on "Kill Jay Z," when he rapped, “I don’t even know what you woulda done, In the future other n***** playin’ football with your son.” The line is likely about Russell Wilson spending time with Future's son after getting together with the rapper's ex, Ciara. In a series of tweets, Future made it clear that he didn't like the idea of Russell playing football with his son.

Jay's line was meant as a warning to himself that if he lost Beyonce some other guy could be playing father to Blue Ivy.

Future responded to the line on Snapchat with a picture of him holding a stack of money to his ear with the caption, "You ain't got the juice like dat. MOOD." He also shared a photo of him and baby Future on Instagram, and you can check out both posts up top.

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