King 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 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.)Meghan 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 –
“There is some information that shouldn’t come out, even I heard them on several platforms talking about some coaches vying for the position, It shouldn’t be so. Sodje emphasized further saying that” It is wrong if they want a manager they should talk to him in the private and not coming out to shoot out the whole thing as to his contract terms”. read also:Sodje Lampoons NFF over influx of foreign coaches and assistants“I felt it’s unprofessional because we hear it too much on the airwaves a lot, which it shouldn’t have been”. He said. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Speaking to brila.net, the former Nigeria defender stated that contract terms should be between the coach and the management of the NFF and it shouldn’t be for the consumption of the public, he said. “This is something that is not supposed to come out and it’s coming out and I don’t think the NFF had shown the right thing at the right time concerning the way and manner they handle the contract talks.”Advertisement Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti Loading… Former Super Eagles defender, Sam Sodje, had faulted the way the terms of the Contract of Genort Rohr was spelt out in the public.
Share GVS targets ‘equine support’ with new finance service August 18, 2020 Share Submit Alberto Alfieri: Leading the way for Gamingtec’s B2C growth August 25, 2020 EU research agency demands urgent action on loot box consumer safeguards July 29, 2020 The Jockey Club has announced 2017 figures detailing a ninth successive year of growth, as well as a record contribution to British horseracing prize money.Welcoming four million people to its venues throughout the year, the group has reported revenues exceeding £200m for the first time, up 5.2 percent year-on-year to £201.1m, driven by increases in admissions, media, hospitality and commercial partnerships.As a result The Jockey Club also generated its largest ever operating profit before prize money of $44.8m, a 3.1 percent rise on 2016’s £43.4m.This in turn increased its own contribution to prize money by £2.1m, a 10.1 percent increase to a record £22.9m, resulting in prize money across its fifteen racecourse portfolio to £45.7m, up 4.5 percent.The group also details that it “chose to reduce its operating profit after prize money slightly,” with its 21.9m figure a three percent decrease from the previous years £22.6m.Simon Bazalgette, Group Chief Executive of The Jockey Club, commented: “I’m very pleased we were able to make a record financial contribution to British Racing in 2017 as a result of achieving a ninth successive year of commercial growth.“Looking ahead, we are increasing prize money further in 2018 and we are continuing to invest in the experience we offer to customers and participants, whether that’s recently completing Europe’s largest installation of free public Wi-Fi, further enhancing facilities for racehorse owners and trainers or launching the new Britbet betting service for our racing customers this summer.“We’re working hard to build The Jockey Club brand to create more value to benefit British Racing, including through the record partnership revenues we’re now achieving, and we’re now making some good strides in terms of our efforts to engage more people across the country in our sport, which is vital for the future.”The Jockey Club also details that over the last ten years group turnover has increased 99.3 percent, operating profit before prize money has risen 39.1 percent and its contribution to prize money has grown 74.8 percent. StumbleUpon Related Articles