ENT : A Cop Who Leaked Rihanna Beating Photo Loses Fight to Rejoin Force

The former LAPD officer involved in the photo leak of Rihanna’s battered face in 2009 will remain unemployed with the force, a judge ruled Thursday (March 20).  

Rebecca Reyes used her cell phone to snap an image of the singer, born Robyn Rihanna Fenty, bruised and beaten following the assault incident with Chris Brown and shared it with a co-worker. From there, the photo made its way to TMZ and media outlets around the world. Reyes says she is innocent of sending the photo to the website.

In his ruling, Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin concluded that Reyes “participated in the release of the photography showing Ms. Fenty’s injuries to TMZ.” Lavin added, “At a minimum, the public is entitled to protection from unprofessional employees whose conduct places people at risk of injury and the government at risk of incurring liability.” 

Lanvin’s conclusion upheld an earlier decision from an LAPD disciplinary panel that found Reyes guilty of several counts of misconduct. She later sued, seeking that the City of Los Angeles and LAPD Commissioner Charles Beck produce a final order upholding the firing decision. Lanvin denied her request after conducting an “independent review of the evidence,” he wrote in the judgment. 

Reyes was one of the officers assigned to the team arresting Brown, who was Rihanna’s boyfriend at the time. After she came across the graphic beating image, she showed it to her ex-girlfriend and fellow officer Blanca Lopez, who called TMZ, according to court documents. The women were going through a break up at the time of the photo debacle. 

“Rebecca Reyes is an outstanding person and was an outstanding officer,” her lawyer Ira Salzman said after the ruling. Reyes worked on the force for a decade before she was let go. Authorities were unable to conclusively determine which of the two women actually gave the photo to TMZ, and neither received payment from the website.

Michelle Poses For KING Magazine, New Photos Just Released From King Magazine’s First Ever Reality Issue!! — Photos Inside —- Two reality tv starlets known for their bodacious bodies are covering the pages of a popular men’s magazine. K. Michelle of ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ and Brooke Bailey of ‘Basketball Wives L.A.’ fame are featured in King magazine’s first ever reality issue.
Inside both ladies speak on their time on television alongside fellow reality starlets Erica Dixon and Bad Girls Club’s Camilla Poindexter. Also included in the spread is Love & Hip Hop NY’s Erica Mena, who Kings editor Sean A. Malcolm calls a “natural” on camera more pictures to come !!

How much did you recognise this image and what is the changes of his life ,how did you thinks of of your own life today ??

Kerri Walsh Jennings Poses Naked for ESPN Body Issue During and After Pregnancy

Kerri Walsh Jennings earns a gold medal for her incredible body after baby! The 34-year-old Olympic volleyball player showed off her naked body during and after her third pregnancy for the 2013 ESPN The Magazine Body Issue.
Though she’s known for wearing skimpy swimwear on the court, Walsh Jennings admitted she was very nervous to pose nude.
“[It was] scary as hell. For the first shoot, I was very pregnant, and that wasn’t as scary. I thought it would be, because I was big and rotund when I’m usually the opposite, but it was really comfortable because I felt almost like I was in costume,” she told the magazine. “But for the second, I was two and a half months out from having a baby. I’m supposed to be tight and toned and strong, but I have a lot more work to do.”
In a behind-the-scenes video of her photo shoot, the 6-foot-3 mother of three admitted that her weight — 158 pounds — is not where she wants it to be after welcoming daughter Scout with husband Casey Jennings in April. (Walsh Jennings was five weeks pregnant while competing in the 2012 London Summer Olympics, where she won the gold medal with teammate Misty May-Treanor.)
“I’m 15 pounds heavy. It’s not even about the weight, it’s just about being toned and tight and with my A game,” she explained. “I’d say I’m at least a month out from being ready to be in this magazine!”
How has pregnancy affected her body? “My boobs went away; that’s the saddest part,” Walsh Jennings, also mom to sons Joseph, 4, and Sundance, 3, shared. “But I saw every pregnancy as a time to transform my body, because I was a clean slate.”
“But having babies — literally delivering a baby — makes me feel like Wonder Woman. Everything else seems minor compared to the soul-shaking thing that is labor,” she said. “I’m still a critic of my body — I’m still a woman — but I respect my body more than I have in my life. It’s not perfect, but I can’t tell you how proud I am of my body.”
ESPN’s the Body Issue hits newsstands Friday and readers can find more at
This article originally appeared on Kerri Walsh Jennings Poses Naked for ESPN Body Issue During and After Pregnancy

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