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Footballer Riyad Mahrez ex’s starts OnlyFans after getting fined



Footballer Riyad Mahrez ex's starts OnlyFans after getting fined

In the wake of being fined for living it up maskless in a London house party, the indignant and unrepentant estranged wife of Manchester United soccer star Riyad Mahrez has launched an OnlyFans account to capitalize on her moment of infamy by hawking racy pictures of herself.

This from a woman detractors have slammed as just another “Covidioit,” but who insists that she was only fined for “being too hot.”

A Kim Kardashian doppelganger, the mother of Riyad Mahrez’s two children, and now an OnlyFans model, the 28-year-old Rita Johal was caught violating COVID lockdown rules and summarily fined along with at least 10 other people in a London apartment on Friday night, the Daily Mail reports.

Cell phone video caught the dramatic scene as London cops busted the maskless partiers, including Riyad Mahrez’s ex-wife–turned OnlyFans model, who was slapped with a $280 fine.

[A]s the officers continue to quiz the guests, Rita goes on a bizarre rant and asks the police: ‘Don’t you guys like to party anymore?’

Estranged wife of Premier League star Riyad Mahrez says she was ‘fined for being too hot’ after she was caught by police for breaching lockdown rules at party in London flat

The female Metropolitan Police officer insisted to Johal that no, she does not party, “Not during lockdown.”

The convivial ex-wife of Riyad Mahrez, now an OnlyFans model, reacted to getting fined for partying by saying to the police, “Guys, you can’t be all depressed in this world, we have got to be happy.”

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As she geared up for a new career as an OnlyFans model, Riyad Marhrez’s busty ex posted the video of the policy bust along with the petulant caption, “Fine for being too hot. Loool we all got fined don’t worry about it sweetheart.”  

The Sun reports that hours after the publication broke the story of Johal getting fined for whooping it up in London, Riyah Mahrez’s shapely ex announced she was launching an OnlyFans account, charging fans $11 per month for access to steamy images of herself.

A promo video features her posing for a series of intimate selfies before asking fans to subscribe.

Riyad Mahrez’s Covidiot wife, 28, selling saucy snaps on OnlyFans after being fined for flouting lockdown at London bash

“Swipe up right now to subscribe to my OnlyFans,” Riyad Mahrez entreated fans as she sought to capitalize on the publicity stemming from getting fined by the Met Police last weekend. 

“I’ll be posting exclusive content I won’t be posing anywhere else – my music, pictures, videos, all of that exciting stuff.”

Thus far, Riyad Mahrez’s ex has thumbed her nose at getting fined for partying by making 16 posts on her OnlyFans account, including images with the captions “Lil bit of me” and “Love to try it all.”

The Daily Star notes that Johal already has a substantial social-media presence, boasting half a million Instagram followers. In the video she posted of the Friday night bust she, as a woman who lives in a $2.8 million mansion in Buckinghamshire, lamented that the wealthy are attempting to control the lower classes. 

Rita then continued on her bizarre rant by claiming “the one per cent is controlling us” and shouting “we are all in this together!”

Riyad Mahrez’s wife says she was ‘fined for being too hot’ as lockdown police raid party

Riyad Mahrez griped that the cops were “heavy handed” when they slapped her with the fine. So she got even with society and started an OnlyFans account.

“Oh for God’s sake. There wasn’t a lot of people there, there was like five people,” she complained to The Sun. 

“Why is this being run, what’s its purpose? To try and make my name look bad? Is that your guys’ plan?”

Express reports that historically Johal has tried to avoid the spotlight.

Speaking to The Sun in 2018, Rita said: “Our lifestyle is pretty lavish as everyone wants the best and to have luxury things. We all want that good life and luxury lifestyle because what’s everyone working hard for at the end of the day. But while it’s nice to have it’s not what makes you happy.”

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Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic ejected for Flagrant 2 foul in Game 4 vs. Suns



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Nikola Jokic’s MVP season may have ended a few minutes earlier than the rest of his Nuggets teammates Sunday night.

The big man was ejected from Game 4 of Denver’s playoff series with Phoenix for a Flagrant 2 foul with 3:52 remaining in the third quarter. Jokic hit Cameron Payne across the face while trying to swat the ball out of Payne’s hands.

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Officials determined that Jokic met the criteria for a Flagrant 2, deeming the contact “unnecessary and excessive.” The action consisted of “windup, impact and follow-through.”

Before learning his fate, Jokic went nose to nose with Suns guard Devin Booker, who was assessed a technical foul for the encounter. Jokic exited after scoring 22 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.

Denver trailed 83-75 at the time as it tried to stave off a sweep attempt by Phoenix in the Western Conference semifinals.

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Islanders vs. Lightning: Three takeaways from New York’s Game 1 win



Islanders vs. Lightning: Three takeaways from New York's Game 1 win

It has been a long time since the Islanders and Lightning have faced off in any kind of game, let alone a postseason clash. To be exact, it has been 265 days. That was when they met in the 2020 Eastern Conference finals. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, they did not go toe-to-toe in the regular season this year.

And while the score was exactly the same as the final in Game 6 of last year’s battle, the result was different in Game 1 of the 2021 Stanley Cup semifinal series. In this one, the Islanders were the victorious squad, skating away with a 2-1 win.

Here are three takeaways from New York’s Game 1 win:

Mat Barzal delivered

As mentioned in Sporting News’ series preview, Barzal’s play is critical to getting New York into the Stanley Cup Final. The Isles need him to be at his best. He struggled at the start of the playoffs, collecting just three points against the Penguins and going goalless in his first eight games. Then, he flipped the switch and has had six points — three of them goals — in the last six games.

Barzal continued to roll Sunday. He notched the critical first goal with an outracing-the-defender, net-crashing, five-hole effort. After receiving a stretch pass from Josh Bailey, he got past 2021 Norris Trophy finalist Victor Hedman and buried the puck behind netminder Andrei Vasilevskiy.

“I’d say it’s more so, just, I’m actually putting the puck in the net,” Barzal said when asked what has changed in the last few games. “I think my chances throughout the whole season, in the playoffs, are always there. It’s just a matter of beating a goalie. . . . This is the playoffs, so sometimes, in some games we’ve played, I don’t need to get the fifth goal in when we’re up 4-1. So, it’s just a matter of trying to be there for the boys when they need me and just doing the right things.”

Tampa Bay’s power play is lethal

The Lightning entered the semis with a 41.7 percent effectiveness on the power play. 

“Anytime you play a team like Tampa or Boston or anyone with a lethal power play, you don’t want to be in the box all night, ’cause that’s just, you’re just asking for a loss,” Barzal noted.

New York did a good job of playing a hard game while not taking too many penalties — one in the last minute of the middle frame (interference on Kyle Palmieri) that it killed off, and a high-sticking by Brock Nelson with 98 seconds left. Brayden Point did get the Lightning’s lone tally on that last man advantage, which was effectively a 6-on-4 with Vasilevskiy pulled. 

After going 1 for 2 on the power play, the Lightning are now at 42.1 effectiveness. Needless to say, the Islanders need to remain disciplined. 

Game 2 will be interesting

It’s obvious that the Islanders walked into Amalie Arena with a game plan, and they executed it to perfection. Last year in the conference finals, they were blown out 8-2 in Game 1. Things were definitely not the same in this year’s opener. 

“No. 1 is just managing a puck,” Islanders coach Barry Trotz said when asked what the keys were Sunday. “Two, we were disciplined. Three, we didn’t take a lot of risk, unnecessary risk. . . . I thought we made pretty good decisions.”

On the Lightning’s bench, Jon Cooper was anything but happy with his team’s decision-making. 

“Our work ethic was there, our compete was there, our minds weren’t there,” he said. “Some of our decisions were poor. That’s what happens when you get this deep into the playoffs. There are only four teams left and you have to have everything working in unison. We just weren’t quite there tonight.”

New York did a good job of keeping the Lightning away from the front of the net as goalie Semyon Varlamov only faced three high-danger shots at 5v5 and stopped 8 of 9 overall (per Natural Stat Trick). Varlamov made 30 saves while Vasilevskiy turned aside 29 shots.

There’s nothing more the Islanders would like than going wheels up back to New York with a 2-0 series lead, but there’s a reason the Lightning are the defending Cup champions. While this may be the first time it has trailed in a series in 2021, Tampa Bay has a skilled squad that will not go quietly into the night.

“We knew it was going to be extremely tough,” captain Steven Stamkos said. “We’ve been in this position before, so there’s definitely no panic in this room. But we do realize that it’s going to be an extremely tight series and we just have to expect that going forward.”

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Glen Davis implies Kyrie Irving’s ankle injury a result of Celtics basketball karma



Glen Davis implies Kyrie Irving's ankle injury a result of Celtics basketball karma

Glen Davis clearly believes in basketball karma.

Nets guard Kyrie Irving exited Sunday’s playoff game vs. the Bucks after spraining his right ankle. Irving would later be ruled out of the game with the injury. The Nets would fall to the Bucks in Game 4 107-96, sending the Eastern Conference semifinal series back to Barclays Center even at 2-2. 

Davis, a member of the Celtics’ 2008 championship-winning squad, had some thoughts on the injury. In an Instagram reply, Davis seemed to imply that it was a result of basketball karma after Irving stomped on Boston’s center court logo earlier in the playoffs.

“Karma is real. Energy is real no matter what you guys say,” Davis said in another IG comment. “That logo means something negative or positive. Ky wished that on hisself (sic). Energy is real, always have respect for other no matter if its (sic) a logo are (sic) not.”

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After the Nets’ Game 4 victory over the Celtics in the first round, Irving greeted teammates at center court and stomped on the drawing of Lucky the Leprechaun, the team’s mascot. A fan was ejected from TD Garden, arrested and charged with felony assault for allegedly throwing a water bottle at Irving following the stomp.

Davis’ comments are pretty baseless, all things considered. Karma isn’t a tangible effect, after all. What is tangible is that the Nets and Bucks head back to Brooklyn with the series tied and both Irving and James Harden’s status for Game 5 uncertain.

By the way, it wasn’t the same ankle that stomped on Lucky, just to fact check. That was Irving’s left one. The injury was to Irving’s right one.

Think before you comment, folks.

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