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Footballer Riyad Mahrez ex’s starts OnlyFans after getting fined

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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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Donald Douglas, longtime PSAL executive director, dead at 58

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Donald Douglas, the longtime executive director of the Public School Athletic League, died late Friday night, according to friend and PSAL colleague Dwayne Burnett.

Douglas was 58, according to his Facebook page.

Douglas died of a heart attack, while vacationing on the island of Jamaica, after a bad fall eventually caused a blood clot to form, according to Burnett. The Brooklyn native and Bushwick High School alum had retired this week from his post. He was PSAL director since 2004, when he was promoted from deputy director, and spent more than 35 years working for the New York City Department of Education.

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Don’t make this catcher mistake

The 2021 fantasy baseball draft season is upon us, and with its arrival comes a variety of strategies to test out and employ.

Drafting with position scarcity in mind is something we see every year, and though the catcher position is routinely linked to the strategy, the belief that you need to draft one of the top backstops early is a mistake. If you have been leaning in that direction, it’s time to change gears before you fall over.

In fantasy football, position scarcity has people drafting No. 1-ranked tight end Travis Kelce early because, in securing him, you are obtaining a significant advantage over your opposition. His production dwarfs that of anyone else at his position and on a 10-man roster in a weekly matchup, the impact is huge. The same cannot be said regarding the No. 1 catcher, J.T. Realmuto.

There is plenty to love about Realmuto from a fantasy perspective. His three-year average has him as a .273 hitter with 25 home runs and 81 RBIs. The numbers are strong, but does drafting him in the fourth or fifth round over a 40-homer Pete Alonso or a 200-strikeout Lance Lynn still give you an advantage? Not when you understand it’s just one-fourteenth of your overall team production or when you see what you can get at the position several rounds later.

Casting aside 2020 data, we can look at a number of backstops who not only hit 20 or more home runs, but also hit .270 or better in 2019 and can be obtained at a much lower cost. Willson Contreras, Mitch Garver, Christian Vazquez and Omar Narvaez immediately stand out.

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You also have players such as Yasmani Grandal and Roberto Perez, who matched the power, but fell short on the batting average, or James McCann and Travis d’Arnaud, who posted strong averages, but hit for slightly less power. That’s already eight players who can provide similar numbers at a fraction of the cost, and we’re just scratching the surface.

If Realmuto was a .300-30-100 player, the conversation would certainly be different. He’s a great player but he isn’t performing at a level that leaves your opposition in the dust. If his production can be matched 10 rounds later, you’re better off using that early pick on an elite arm or a bigger bat at another position. Leave your catchers for later.

Howard Bender is the VP of operations and head of content at FantasyAlarm.com. Follow him on Twitter @rotobuzzguy and catch him on the award-winning “Fantasy Alarm Radio Show” on the SiriusXM fantasy sports channel weekdays from 6-8 p.m. Go to FantasyAlarm.com for all your fantasy football advice.

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Mets star Pete Alonso opens up on why he quit social media

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Mets star Pete Alonso opens up on why he quit social media

PORT ST. LUCIE — Pete Alonso wasn’t the only big voice in the Mets organization to deactivate his social media accounts over the offseason.

But the first baseman going dark on Twitter and Instagram had nothing to do with the aftermath of a stock market saga, which was the reason owner Steve Cohen ditched Twitter, and everything to do with a new outlook on life away from a screen.

“I think that real life is just absolutely fantastic and for me, I think life is a blessing, it’s something that I feel like a lot of people, sometimes including myself, take for granted,” Alonso said Friday after a workout. “And I want to spend every second soaking in every single day because every single new day is a blessing, and I feel like especially in wake of what happened last year, there’s a lot of things that I feel like were taken for granted.

“In 2019, if you see everybody wearing this mask, you kind of scratch your head and just be like, ‘Whoa, what’s going on?’ But there’s a lot of new social norms that are in place now that we took for granted. I think for me, I just want to be appreciative of every single day. I want to live in real life.”

Alonso had been one of the more active Mets interacting with fans through social media, especially during his Rookie of the Year season in 2019, when he adopted “#LFGM” as the team’s new rallying cry.

Though he will no longer be in touch with fans online, Alonso is very much looking forward to welcoming them back in person at Citi Field this season. After playing at an empty stadium in 2020 because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Mets are expected to have at least a portion of Citi Field open to fans when the 2021 season begins.

“Playing on TV is absolutely fantastic, but being there in person where one swing of the bat or making a diving play or striking somebody out, you can make that many people in person smile, stand, clap, cheer, yell even just by doing something,” Alonso said, with a big smile breaking out. “Once I heard 40,000 people at Citi Field go absolutely bonkers, that’s an adrenaline rush that I’m addicted to.

“I can’t wait until it’s packed out again like that. If it’s 25 percent, 30 percent, I can’t wait to hear people cheer again in person. For me, it’s addicting, and I love it.”

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