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Jennifer Dulos, Anna Gristina cases to be featured on Lifetime

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Jennifer Dulos, Anna Gristina cases to be featured on Lifetime

These cases are going from the headlines to primetime.

The unsolved disappearance of Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos and escapades of “Soccer Mom Madam” Anna Gristina will feature in two made-for-TV movies on Lifetime’s summer slate.

The flicks will premiere on back-to-back nights, according to Deadline, starting at 8 p.m. on June 5 with “Gone Mom.”

Starring “The X-Files” alumna Annabeth Gish in the titular role, “Gone Mom” recounts the 2019 disappearance of Dulos, a Connecticut mom-of-five.

Investigators found forensic evidence, including blood at the 50-year-old’s home, that strongly suggested she was the victim of an assault, but Dulos remains unaccounted for to this day.

At the time of her disappearance, Dulos was in the midst of a contentious divorce and child-custody battle with her husband, high-powered real estate developer Fotis Dulos, who will be portrayed by veteran actor Warren Christie.

Eventually charged with his wife’s murder, Fotis Dulos took his own life while out on bail in Jan. 2020, maintaining his innocence in a handwritten suicide note.

His girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, has similarly pleaded not guilty to charges of evidence tampering, hindering prosecution and conspiracy to commit murder in connection to Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance.

The second movie, “Soccer Mom Madam,” will air June 6 at 8 p.m. and star “One Tree Hill” actress Jana Kramer as Gristina.

Gristina pleaded guilty in 2012 to a single count of promoting prostitution to avoid a protracted trial on allegations that she served as a high-end madam to the stars — all while maintaining a quiet suburban life.

Reached by The Post, Gristina confirmed that the movie is based on her life story, but said that none of her well-heeled clients would be named, maintaining her years-long vow of silence.

“Some things should never be told,” she said. “Trust is a valuable asset.”

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Bowser’s penis gets censored on Patreon after complaint

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Bowser's penis gets censored on Patreon after complaint

What a bunch of c-blocks.

A fan mock-up of “Super Mario” character Bowser’s penis has been pulled off Patreon after its artist claimed that Nintendo complained the lewd depiction violated copyright laws.

“This peepee got claimed by Nin tendo,” tweeted AkkoArcade, who had initially created the “Super Mario” villain’s member for use in erotic fan fiction vids on Source Filmmaker, the Daily Dot reported.

The randy designer even included a highly NSFW pic of the deleted dong, which is encircled with a spiky ring reminiscent of Bowser’s dog collar, in the tweet.

AkkoArcade said that Patreon sent an email explaining the rationale behind the removal.

“The claim comes from Nintendo of America Inc., who owns the copyrights to the content being utilized in your posts on Patreon,” they wrote.

The Post has reached out to Nintendo for comment.

It’s unclear how the video-game giant discovered the tortoise’s tallywacker on a paywalled platform. However, AkkoArcade suspected in a subsequent tweet that the offended party could simply be “random people just claiming to be Nintendo” and that “Twitter and Patreon don’t really care.”

Nonetheless, Nintendo, which is notoriously strict about copyright infringement, has reportedly filed similar complaints on the video-sharing service in the past. “Lots of artists have been threatened off the platform or into submission for it,” one former Patreon contributor, who requested to remain anonymous, told the Daily Dot.

Some Twitter wits joked that Nintendo only protested because AkkoArcade’s Bowser phallus is super accurate.

“This is now the Nintendo confirmed Bowser c – – k,” wrote one social-media comedian.

“Therefor[e] making it canon, congratulations,” quipped another.

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Twitter celebrates men’s dangerously short shorts trend

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They’re taking a shortcut.

As the weather is turning warm, men are embracing extra short shorts — and Twitter is loving it.

Last week, “This Is Us” actor Milo Ventimiglia made waves when he flashed his gams while leaving the gym in teeny-weeny pants. His thunder thighs grabbed everyone’s attention — and left fans wanting more.

“no thoughts just milo ventimiglia in his short shorts,” tweeted @gabbyscordo.

The hemlines of men’s shorts have been creeping up for a while now, but the style went viral last summer thanks to TikTok. Partners around the country were delighting as their fellas ditched longer, baggier fits for more fitted flares — and it seems the trend is going on strong for this season.

Workout fanatics are particularly fond of the style, Desmond Brooks, co-owner of the Tribeca tailor atelier ShopBoy, told The Post at the time. “[They] want shorts that hit right above the quad muscles, so they can see the results of them working out,” he said.

Evidently, so do onlookers.

“Hoping for a summer of men in short shorts,” posted @alienslime last week.

“can’t wait to shamelessly objectify men with thick thighs this summer. u better be wearing short shorts. i just love a thick’ums,” said @BeeBabs.

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“All men should wear short shorts I will die on this hill,” tweeted @andreabutler_.

“men who wear shorts with a 5 inch inseam… hey lol,” said @redbullblue.

“The men are about to be in their WNBA jerseys, thigh shorts and gold/white gold chains. I ———,” shared @AstasiaWill.

And while many have a “sun’s out, bum’s out” attitude when it comes to inseams, others are warning that there is such a thing as too short.

“I can’t believe I’m saying this and yet here we are…. Men…. please wear shorts longer than your balls,” warned @gymlifeanimal.

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‘Million Dollar Listing’s’ Ryan Serhant lists his own home

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Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing” star Ryan Serhant is taking on a new property listing: His own family’s NYC penthouse, which he’ll be renting out for $15,000 a month.

Serhant has lived in the 2,000-square-foot condominium in West Soho with his family since 2015. But he recently finished renovations on a Brooklyn townhouse he acquired about four years ago, and he plans to move in to create more space for his family.

Now, as he searches for the right tenant, he’s looking back on what made the place so special to begin with.

“It was my listing. I sold it to myself because I knew it was a great deal,” he told The Post. “People walking in knew they would need to make changes and found it daunting, but for me, it was the perfect apartment.”

“I did the math against comparables, and I knew I could do the work better than anybody else,” he said.

Serhant, 36, purchased the lofty, private condominium in 2014 with his now-wife Emilia Bechrakis, 35, when the place was dark and outdated.

“It was delivered with dark floors, brown leather cabinets with red interiors, fluorescent lights, black and brown tile bathrooms — it was very dark,” he said. “It was great when we finally had our home [after renovations]. We were super excited to move in.”

His household now includes their 2-year-old daughter, Zena, and Bechrakis’ mother, who helps take care of Zena.

“We love it a lot, which is why I’m not selling it. Because the area is only going to get better, so we want to keep it. But we’re happy to let someone borrow it,” he told The Post.

"I wanted high ceilings and a really big living and dining space,” he told the Post.
“I wanted high ceilings and a really big living and dining space,” he told the Post.
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"I couldn’t find a three bedroom with a bonus space [the office] that has a lofty, downtown feel and doesn’t share a hallway," said Serhant.
“I couldn’t find a three-bedroom with a bonus space [the office] that has a lofty, downtown feel and doesn’t share a hallway,” said Serhant.
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His mother-in-law, who lives with Serhant, cooks there “every day” he said.
His mother-in-law, who lives with Serhant, cooks there “every day” he said.
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With interior designer Robin Baron, they gut-renovated the interior and added a bathroom and closet space. They moved into their new apartment with light wood floors, a new kitchen and bathrooms, stone settings and luxurious finishes on Valentine’s Day 2015.

“We love it a lot, which is why I’m not selling it," said Serhant.
“We love it a lot, which is why I’m not selling it,” said Serhant.
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Serhant used the office as a playroom for his two-year-old daughter Zena.
Serhant used the office as a playroom for his 2-year-old daughter, Zena.
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Serhant added a new bathroom to the penthouse before he moved in.

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Before Serhant’s renovation, the bathrooms used to be tiled black and brown, he said.

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So what will the affluent renter-to-be get when they sign on as a Serhant tenant? Two outdoor terraces, a chef’s kitchen, an office and expansive entertaining spaces, to start.

The chef’s kitchen has white marble countertops and luxurious finishes, plus a built-in wine rack.  

"We’re happy to let someone borrow it,” Serhant told the New York Post.
“We’re happy to let someone borrow it,” Serhant told the New York Post.
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“There have been birds chirping on the terraces in the mornings these days,” he said.
“There have been birds chirping on the terraces in the mornings these days,” he said.
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 The home has two terraces and is located near the Hudson River Park.
The home has two terraces and is located near the Hudson River Park.
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The home’s office space — which Serhant used as a playroom for his daughter — and its outdoor space make it an attractive property during the coronavirus pandemic, when many New Yorkers have resorted to living and working in their homes.

The home has two terraces and is located near Hudson River Park, which is a family favorite.

“There have been birds chirping on the terraces in the mornings these days,” he said. “The [main] terrace is massive, and it’s perfect for getting sun, reading, taking phone calls or working because it has the fire pit, greenery, huge views — it’s all about the views looking south.”

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