This is so crazy, we can barely believe it.
Apparently Mama June is dating a 53-year-old named Mark McDaniel who was just released from prison.
Worst part? The victim was a relative of Mama June.
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Just when we think we've heard it all, we hear a story like that of Symone Greene, a substitute teacher who had sex with her student on the FIRST day of school.
Greene, a 22-year-old substitute teacher at Options Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., iniatiated sexual relations with her 17-year-old student after the two exchanged numbers at some point during class.
A snippet of the explicit texts read:
We have a feeling die-hard feminist Lena Dunham is absolutely f***ing THRILLED with this video!
Yesterday, FCKH8, an organization dedicated to eradicating racism, homophobia and sexism, posted a video of little princesses cursing up a STORM (before you freak out, let us explain).
In the vid, sassy and cute girls drop a bunch of f***s simply to bring attention to A LOT of disturbing statistics about women.
For parents in Colorado, Halloween just got a whole lot scarier. Kind of. Maybe.
In Colorado, where marijuana was legalized in 2012, parents have been alerted to a very 'serious' threat: innocent trick-or-treaters may be duped into eating pot disguised as candy.
The possibility of such incidents are rare but they CAN happen thanks to marijuana infused edibles, which look a lot like candy.
Meet Ben and Rachel Lohnen.
The couple just had their fourth child together on Tuesday morning, and while their daughter Hazel may be perfect, having her was anything but.
That's because when Ben was rushing Rachel to the hospital to give birth, Iowa Police thought their speeding car was up to no good.
In fact, the police gave chase to the Lohnens, and even went as far as calling for backup to lay down a spike strip to pop their tires!
Apple and Facebook have are pulling out all the stops for their female employees!
In an unprecedented move, the companies plan to pay up to $20,000 for women to freeze their eggs, an incentive they hope will attract top female talent.
The idea behind the perk is this: women are more apt to commit their most fertile years for work if they know they'll be able to have kids in the future.
While the idea sounds really great in theory, there's a catch: