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Lockdown party host’s disguise exposed by fake lashes, earrings

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A British woman throwing a party that defied coronavirus lockdown rules answered the door for police in her nightrobe — but the rest of her getup gave the rager away, video shows.

The unidentified woman was seen on police bodycam footage opening the door in a pink and white robe just after midnight Friday in Birmingham.

“There’s no party here,” she could be heard telling officers.

“Are you sure? Because I’m pretty sure we saw the multicolored lights flashing and then all of a sudden they went off when you realized the police were here,” one cop responded.

Noting that she was dressed to go to sleep, one of the officers then asked her, “Do you always sleep in tights?”

Another then chimed in, “And earrings?”

“And false eyelashes?” one of them said.

Police then entered the home to find 14 people inside, Sky News reported.

Some guests were allowed to exit the property, but three people were arrested in connection to the house party, the outlet reported.

Illegal gatherings during the latest lockdown in the country carry a penalty of between $280 and $14,024.

Currently, no one in England can meet anyone from outside their own household indoors, the BBC reported.

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A fraternity pledge at an Ohio college has died after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol, according to his family’s attorney.

Stone Foltz, a 20-year-old sophomore at Bowling Green State University, was rushed to the hospital early Friday following an off-campus event organized by the school’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity where he was given a “copious amount of alcohol,” attorney Sean Alto told the Columbus Dispatch.

Members of the fraternity had earlier dropped off Foltz, a business major, at his apartment after the event late Thursday. He was then discovered by his roommates who called 911 and got him rushed to a hospital, where he was initially listed in “dire” condition, Alto said.

“The death of Stone Foltz is a tragedy,” Alto said in a statement late Sunday. “At this we are gathering all of the facts leading to his untimely death and we have no interest in commenting on speculation.”

Foltz’s family, despite their “unbearable grief,” have agreed to donate his organs so that “others may have a second chance at life,” Alto said.

The international Pi Kappa Alpha fraternal organization identified Foltz as an “unreported new member” — or a pledge – and said it was “horrified and outraged” by his death.

“The fraternity has a zero-tolerance policy toward illegal activity, substance abuse, bullying and hazing of any kind,” the group said in a statement to WTVG.

The fraternity chapter has been suspended following Foltz’s death and Pi Kappa Alpha leadership will pursue to expel all members from his international organization, the group said.

University officials said they’re working with law enforcement officials to investigate the “unfolding situation” and met with students over the weekend to decide the “short- and long-term future” of Greek life at the 15,000-student public university south of Toledo.

“Above all, we remain committed to supporting the hospitalized student’s family and friends,” the university tweeted Saturday before Foltz died. “They are living every loved one’s worth nightmare, and we owe them the utmost respect and privacy at this time.”

The Greek letters from the fraternity’s off-campus house were removed by workers early Sunday, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

A university spokesman said the letters were taken down because Pi Kappa Alpha is no longer recognized as a student organization at the college.

Bowling Green police are probing the circumstances prior to Foltz’s death, according to the outlet.

“We are aware of the incident and we are currently investigating,” Bowling Green police Lt. Dan Mancuso said.

One of Foltz’s friends who visited him in a hospital, meanwhile, said he wants those responsible for his alleged hazing death to be held accountable.

“The hazing thing is terrible,” Mason Ross told WTVG. “If they want people to be in their frat or whatever, they should take that person in under their wing like a brother and not make them do things they don’t want to do. Those games they played cost me my friend. It cost me my brother, a good friend that I’ve known for 15 years. I would love to see them go to jail.”

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A Missouri man suspected of murdering his estranged wife and her two children fatally shot himself as police tried to arrest him last week, a report said.

Bobby McCulley, 35, allegedly carried out the triple murder last Thursday — just five days after filing for divorce from 34-year-old Roseann Williams McCulley, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

Roseann McCulley, her 13-year-old son, Kayden Johnson, 13, and her 6-year-old daughter Kaylee Brooks, were found dead at her home outside of St. Louis, the report said.

After the deadly shootings, Bobby McCulley is accused of taking his 1-year-old daughter, whom he shared with his estranged wife, prompting authorities to issue an Amber Alert.

Hours later, this baby was discovered unharmed with relatives of Bobby McCulley, police said.

The next morning at about 7 a.m., police found Bobby McCulley inside a car in St. Louis’ Old North neighborhood, the report said.

But as authorities closed in, he shot himself dead.

Bobby McCulley’s mother, 55-year-old Michelle Clayton, was charged with hindering the prosecution of a felony for allegedly trying to steer investigators away from her then-at-large son, the report said.

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Pity poor Meghan Markle, won’t you?

And do so as she drops the kind of bombshells — Prince Harry’s family is not just openly racist, they drove her to consider suicide while pregnant and denied her the help she begged for — that will destroy once and for all any chance Harry had of reconciling with the British royal family.

“I wasn’t planning to say anything shocking!” Megs told Oprah.

Please. As we all know, Meghan’s not that good an actress. Or a dissembler.

Whopper Number One, at the interview’s outset: Meghan knew nothing of the British royal family — nothing! She’s American, after all!

Here she was, living her life, starring on a basic cable legal drama, when she got sucked into the vortex of royal life. Castles, riches, titles, instant global fame, a team of servants and advisors — none of these mattered a whit to her

“All the grandeur attached to this stuff,” said Meghan, has never meant anything, not part of the attraction at all.

Says the woman who invited Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney to her wedding — A-listers she’d never even met.

Oh, and lest we forget the Palace’s clapback this week, revealing that Meghan had been gifted blood diamonds by MBS after he authorized the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and wore them even though warned not to — a charge Meghan has not denied.

Whopper Number Two: She never so much as Googled Harry when they began dating. She also never so much as Googled herself or followed any of her media coverage because that too has never mattered to her — says the woman who posed for a Vanity Fair cover story before she and Harry were even engaged.

As for the catastrophic event Meghan calls “the turning point,” the moment she knew that the royals were plotting to destroy her and she and Harry had to go: The tabloid report that she made Duchess Kate cry.

No, says Meghan: Kate made her cry. And The Firm wouldn’t let Meghan issue a denial.

As Harry once infamously said, “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets!”

So are we to believe Meghan had no recourse until now? No friend or surrogate who could set the record straight? She is, after all, famously litigious when it comes to the British tabloids — you know, the ones she claims not to read.

Then came the day Meghan was advised not to go out to lunch with a friend, because she’d been far too visible.

“Well,” Meghan recalled saying, “I haven’t left the house in months!”

While we enter year two of quarantine.

Not since griping “not many people have asked me if I’m OK” amid starving, impoverished children in South Africa have we gotten such a tone-deaf utterance from dear old Megs, that perpetual victim.

“The Queen has always been wonderful to me,” said Meghan, before stating that a very senior royal — that would be either the Queen, Harry’s father Prince Charles (who, Harry tells us, stopped taking his calls for a time and has cut him off financially, wonder why), or brother Prince William — told a desperate, suicidal Meghan that she could not seek professional help.

So is Meghan saying they’d be happy if she killed herself?

Sure sounds like it. But after Harry joined the chat, he told Oprah that he never told any member of his family about that.

So which is it? The top royals knew and didn’t care or truly had no idea?

Meghan swiftly moved on, claiming that there was a serious discussion inside the royal family about how black her baby might be and the decision to refuse the child any security — zero, zip, nada, Meghan again implying the royals wouldn’t mind harm coming to a royal infant who wouldn’t be 100% white.

The British taxpayers spent millions on Harry and Meghan’s wedding. Prince Charles walked her down the aisle. The Queen, by Meghan’s own admission, was warm and embracing and maternal. Meghan quickly became an object of fascination and adoration, a unique figure who, like Diana, could modernize the crown.

Meghan and Harry had a lot of goodwill. People were rooting for them.

That was then.

As to Oprah’s question about whether Meghan wanted a royal life only to quickly leave and build her brand as a newly-minted global celebrity, nonsense, she says! None.

No follow-up from Oprah about building the SussexRoyal website once outside the castle walls and the couple’s attempt to monetize their title until the Queen smacked them down.

Interestingly, after Meghan denied having any kind of plan, Harry told Oprah he would never have left the royal family if not for Meghan.  

“I was trapped,” he said, “but I didn’t know I was trapped.”

Meghan helped him figure that out, he said. That’s why they announced they wanted a life of privacy before settling in L.A. and streaming endless videos from their $14 million mansion and signing deals with Spotify and Netflix and appearing on “So You Think You Can Dance” (Meghan) and sitting down for a primetime tell-all with Oprah Winfrey.

In the run-up to tonight’s special, Meghan and Harry announced that this would be their final word, for real. They’ve said all they’ve had to say and will be furthermore unavailable for comment.

What? You don’t believe them?

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