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Survivor Nicaragua contestant Lembo found dead in his Manhattan home at age 75

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Survivor: Nicaragua contestant Dan Lembo has died at age 75. 

The Brooklyn-born contestant, who competed on the 21st season of Survivor in 2010  – died at his Manhattan home on September 3, according to his obituary.

A cause of death for Dan – born Daniel Louis Lembo – has not yet been provided. 

He is survived by his sons Matthew and Michael; daughters- in-law, Emily and Dana; grandchildren, Ava, Annabelle, Sailor, James, and Harper; and former spouse, Barbara. 

He was remembered by his family as ‘charismatic, larger-than-life, outgoing bon vivant’ who ‘loved nothing more than spending time with his children and friends – new and old.’

‘On weekends, he enjoyed softball in Bridgehampton with friends. Daniel will be remembered as a friend to all and a father to two,’ the obituary stated.

Lembo – who was part of the Espada tribe on Survivor – was 63 when he placed 5th on the fan-favorite reality TV show, during which he lost 25lbs.

Lembo was already a millionaire when he decided to compete on Survivor, after having a successful real estate career.

‘I didn’t play Survivor for money, I wanted the adventure,’ he told People following his elimination.

‘I’m the type of guy who sees a challenge and thinks, “I could do that.” So I wanted to be part of this crazy game — and I did pretty well, I’d say! I made it really far.’

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Judge throws out Mary Trump’s lawsuit against her uncle Donald Trump

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Judge throws out Mary Trump?s lawsuit against her uncle Donald Trump

A New York judge has dismissed Mary Trump’s lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, saying her claims are barred by an earlier settlement she reached more than 20 years ago with the Trump family.


Mary Trump, Trump’s niece, had alleged in the lawsuit that she was defrauded of millions of dollars in a 2001 family settlement.


In 2020, Mary Trump sued Donald Trump; his sister Maryanne Trump Barry, a retired judge; and the executor of her late uncle Robert Trump’s estate, alleging “they designed and carried out a complex scheme to siphon funds away from her interests, conceal their grift, and deceive her about the true value of what she had inherited.”


Mary Trump alleged the full nature of the alleged fraud only came to light after The New York Times in 2018 published an article titled “Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Scheme as He Reaped Riches From His Father,” which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting. Mary Trump provided the reporters with 19 boxes of records that she obtained through the 2001 settlement.

During a hearing in January, lawyers for both Mary Trump and Donald Trump sparred over whether her lawsuit could move forward.


A judge has now dismissed the case.


The lawsuit’s dismissal is the second legal victory for the former president this week, after a retaliation lawsuit by Michael Cohen was dismissed by a federal judge on Monday. Cohen, a former personal attorney for Donald Trump, had alleged that Donald Trump, former Attorney General William Barr and others put him back in jail to prevent him from promoting his upcoming book while under home confinement.

A lawyer for Mary Trump said they plan to seek an expedited appeal.


“Yesterday’s decision is both incorrect and disappointing, especially since it took more than two years for us to get here. In our view, the court overlooked applicable case law and the well-pleaded allegations in Mary Trump’s complaint,” Roberta Kaplan said in a statement Tuesday, November 15.


Citing the defendants’ ages and the prospect of Donald Trump launching a third bid for the White House, Kaplan said, “We intend to seek an expedited appeal to the appellate division.”

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Tom Ford now a billionaire after Estée Lauder agrees to buy his company for $2.8 Billion

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Tom Ford now a billionaire after Est?e Lauder agrees to buy his company for $2.8 Billion

Estée Lauder has agreed to buy Tom Ford’s high-end fragrances, making designer, film director, art collector and fashion world provocateur, Tom Ford now officially a billionaire. 

On Tuesday, November 15, Estée Lauder announced it had agreed to buy his company in a deal that totaled $2.8 billion – the largest in the luxury industry this year.

Ford, 61, will stay on with the brand through the end of 2023, though his role beyond that is not yet clear.


Saying he “could not be happier,” Mr. Ford added of Estée Lauder in a statement, “They have been an extraordinary partner from the first day of my creation of the company and I am thrilled to see them become the luxury stewards in this next chapter of the Tom Ford brand.”


Tom Ford’s beauty business includes fragrance, cosmetics and skin care. Before this deal, Estée Lauder has had a longstanding licensing agreement with Tom Ford.

The deal also brings apparel to Estée Lauder, which had been strictly focused on beauty, with a portfolio of brands that include La Mer, Bobbi Brown and Clinique.


“We are incredibly proud of the success Tom Ford Beauty has achieved in luxury fragrance and makeup and its dedication to creating desirable, high-quality products for discerning consumers around the world,” Fabrizio Freda, the chief executive officer of Estée Lauder, said. He added the deal would further his company’s growth in “luxury beauty for the long-term.”


Estée Lauder, which will pay $2.3 billion, will finance the deal through a combination of cash, debt and $300 million in deferred payments. Marcolin, the Italian group that owns the license for Tom Ford eyewear, will pay $250 million to Estée Lauder when the deal closes.

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Former ‘Empire’ star Bryshere Gray arrested after a woman accused him of abuse

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Bryshere Gray, a former “Empire” star has been arrested again for allegedly violating his probation.

Gray who pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in 2021, was arrested in Maricopa, Arizona, after cops were called in by a woman who claimed they were in a romantic relationship. She told cops “his behavior was escalating and she was concerned for her safety.”

In legal documents obtained by TMZ, the woman claimed Gray threw a box of food at her and pulled her hair. She also told cops about other instances where he’d shout at her.

Officers say Gray had multiple run-ins with law enforcement; including a domestic-related disturbance call last month.

He allegedly failed to inform his probation officer about these incidents which is why he was hit with a probation violation. A judge signed a warrant and he was arrested. He’s still behind bars.

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