Jim Edmonds, Daughter Hayley Slam Meghan King Over Coronavirus

first_imgKing and Hayley’s rocky relationship was documented on RHOC. After the lifestyle blogger accused Jim of cheating on her with one of their nannies in October 2019, Hayley came to her dad’s defense. (Jim and the caretaker also denied the accusations.)“The selfishness is miserable for anyone to be around, let alone to be married to her,” Hayley told Us at the time. “My whole family has grown closer because we have all had to stay silent in hopes to protect my dad and no one can do it anymore.”While King and Jim continue to fight over custody of their daughter and sons, they have both moved on romantically. The former St. Louis Cardinals star has been seeing O’Connor since early 2020. King, for her part, confirmed in May that she is dating Christian Schauf after meeting on a dating app.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement – The rep also claimed to TMZ that the blogger came to Jim’s home after being exposed to the virus and “was hugging and kissing the kids,” putting them and his girlfriend, Kortnie O’Connor, at risk.Jim Edmonds and Daughter Hayley Slam Meghan King for Coronavirus Diagnosis 1Jim Edmonds and daughter Hayley Courtesy of Hayley Edmonds/InstagramJim’s daughter Hayley Edmonds subsequently accused her former stepmother of knowingly exposing her and their family to the virus before she went public with her diagnosis on Sunday, November 15. (Jim and King, who split in October 2019 after five years of marriage, share daughter Aspen, 3, and 2-year-old twin boys Hayes and Hart.)“I have a question for you … I’m glad you can quarantine easily by yourself after exposing me, my dad, Kortnie, our nanny, [Hayley’s siblings] Landon, Sutton, and their home, brother and stepfather (oh and your own kids),” the 23-year-old wrote on Monday, November 16, via Instagram Stories. “But if you knew you were exposed on Tuesday what is your reasoning for insisting on taking Hayes to his soccer game and coming to our house on Saturday????”- Advertisement – It’s safe to say Jim Edmonds isn’t happy with his estranged wife, Meghan King, after she tested positive for coronavirus.The 50-year-old MLB alum’s rep accused the former Real Housewives of Orange County star, 36, of partying in Miami and not acting responsibly after learning she was exposed to COVID-19. Jim’s rep told Us Weekly on Monday, November 16, that the former athlete — who battled coronavirus in April — thinks King has a lot of “explaining to do” after she tested positive for coronavirus. The rep alleged King was partying in St. Louis and Miami. (Earlier this month, King posted photos without a mask in South Beach.)- Advertisement – Hayley, who tagged her dad and Kortnie in her Instagram Stories, went on to slam the former Bravo personality’s decision to accept clothes from “the awesome preschool community” for her three little ones that are currently staying at King’s parents’ home. (King wrote on social media on Monday that her family didn’t want to risk exposure to the virus by “gathering clothes” for the kids for their stay at their grandparents’ house.)Jim Edmonds and Daughter Hayley Slam Meghan King for Coronavirus Diagnosis 2Meghan King Michael Simon/startraksphoto.com“Don’t worry as long as you have clothing donations … because the kids are definitely in desperate need of that as opposed to families who cannot even afford to put clothes on their kids backs,” Hayley quipped.- Advertisement –last_img read more

MBB : Sullinger dominates inside in 2nd half to lead Buckeyes to win over Orange

first_img Comments Published on March 24, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: mcooperj@syr.edu | @mark_cooperjr BOSTON – For nearly 14 minutes, Jared Sullinger observed.He watched Syracuse and Ohio State go toe-to-toe. He saw the Buckeyes keep the game tied going into the locker room despite his relegation to the bench with two fouls.No longer saddled to a chair to start the second half, Sullinger exploded.‘When you were guarding a big body like Sullinger’s it was tough for anyone to do something,’ Syracuse forward Kris Joseph said. ‘Either he’s going to get fouled or he’ll have a chance to score two points.’Sullinger scored four points and grabbed three rebounds in his six minutes of first-half action, he but came out re-energized for the final 20 minutes. He led the Buckeyes with 19 points, 15 in the second half of Ohio State’s 77-70 win over Syracuse in the Elite Eight in the TD Garden on Saturday. The sophomore All-American, an East Regional MVP, was the difference in the second half, as he bodied the lighter Syracuse center Baye Keita and forward Rakeem Christmas and, at times, scored at will.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHis production was made useful by his teammates’ ability to play without him.‘I didn’t know coach (Thad) Matta was going to sit me,’ Sullinger said. ‘But these guys have played without me before, so they know what they have to do. We just kept competing on the defensive end.’Sullinger’s night had an inauspicious beginning as he picked up two fouls in the first seven minutes. He knocked Joseph back in the paint, leading to an offensive foul. Four minutes later, he fouled Dion Waiters as the Syracuse guard drove to the hoop.He took a seat on the bench with 13:42 to go and didn’t return until the start of the second half.But the new half presented a different story.Lenzelle Smith Jr. fed Sullinger inside. He bowled over Keita as he went to the hoop, making a layup, and then he leapt over the Syracuse sophomore as he jogged down the court.On Ohio State’s next possession, he received a pass on the right side and drove into Joseph. Sullinger threw up a long one-handed shot that banked home to put the Buckeyes ahead 45-36.‘He’s a guy who shoots a high percentage and who’s been making those type of shots his whole career,’ Joseph said.Entering Saturday’s matchup, Sullinger appeared to have a big advantage against the Orange without Fab Melo. Sullinger weighs in at 280 pounds, giving him more than 50 pounds on the 228-pound Christmas and 215-pound Keita.Had Melo, at 7 feet, 255 pounds, been on the court, the game could have been different. But C.J. Fair tried not to speculate on what could have been.‘You could say that as an excuse, but we should have still won this game,’ Fair said. ‘It’s hard to say what would happen if Fab was here, you never know. But it is hard losing your best defender and it’s hard. Can’t really imagine what would have happened if he was here.’When Syracuse pulled within 55-54, the second of two times in which SU got within one late in the game, Ohio State went back to its star. He banked home a one-handed shot over Keita to push the lead back to three.He also was the beneficiary of calls in the second half, getting both bigs for the Orange into foul trouble. Christmas went from two to four fouls in 39 seconds early in the second half, one of the fouls being against Sullinger. Keita went from two to four fouls in a 30-second span with less than five minutes to go, picking up both of them while trying to defend Sullinger.‘They hung in there against him,’ SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. ‘He’s going to score. We know he’s going to score some points. I thought they really battled him pretty good.’After the win, Sullinger met Smith at the 3-point line and they hugged. He then walked down the court to the Ohio State bench, arms raised in celebration.He could have been a lottery pick in last year’s NBA Draft, but he elected to return to OSU for his sophomore season after the Buckeyes’ bitter end in the Sweet 16 last season.His second half – one in which he didn’t pick up his third foul until there were 37 seconds left – allowed Ohio State to avoid another difficult end to the season.‘I appreciated everyone that doubted this basketball team, said we was the underdogs,’ Sullinger said. ‘… I want to thank y’all because through all the adversity, we constantly pushed through that. I’m so proud of these guys.’mcooperj@syr.educenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Black Stars Farewell Match: Texting Galore as Local players leave nothing to chance

first_imgFootball players and their managers in Ghana are leaving nothing to chance as they are bent on getting both their names and that of their players in the final ‘Dream Team’ that will play against the Black Stars on May 23 at the Accra sports stadium.The senior national team the Black Stars will play their local counterparts in a Farewell Match being organized by Primeval Media an action that will see the Stars say a BIG thank you to the Ghanaian soccer fan for their immense support and contribution to their smooth qualification to the 2014 World Cup slated in Brazil.Per the procedure, only players with the highest number of text messages sent will make the Dream Team to play the Black Stars on that fateful and promising day. The text code which is 1413 is said to be buzzing according to the organizers.Investigation carried out by Sportscrusader.com can confirm that these players especially those in the lower divisions (1 & 2) are not relenting in their efforts to get the rare opportunity to play alongside their football icons and have started texting their names to the short code.For players who might not have the means, their managers have taken the mantle and are doing the texting on their behalf an indication that the football fraternity has embraced the Farewell Match, so much so that almost every player wants to be part.“Unfortunately only the first twenty players with the highest number of votes from the fans will be contacted and they will form the ‘Dream Team’. Players from the first and second divisions as well as the Premier league will be selected, an action which will comprise fifteen players from the elite league, three from the first division and two from the second division”, Jeffery Asare, Communication Director of Primeval Media mentioned. One player from Hearts of Oak who pleaded anonymity has already texted 27 times since last week and texts him name to the  short code three times every day. “I don’t have a manager to do that for me, so I am helping myself. With God on my side I know I will be selected and will show the whole Ghana what I can do”.Indeed not only must the fans select the local players, they will have to select the other members of the technical team especially the head coach for the ‘Dream Team’. But from all indications, the players, their fans and their managers are not too interested in the coaching aspect.last_img read more