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Father Accidentally Shoots 14-Year-Old Son Dead In 'Freak' Accident At Gun Range

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Just awful.

A father in Florida accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old son at a gun range on Sunday afternoon.

According to reports, William Brumby fired a round at the High Noon Gun Shop and the spent shell casing hit the wall and bounced into the back of his shirt.

While attempting to remove the hot casing with his right hand — which was holding the gun — the 64-year-old accidentally fired the weapon, which struck his son Stephen directly behind him.

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The teenager was brought to Sarasota Memorial Hospital and later died from his injuries.

Stephen's 24-year-old brother David spoke to ABC News about the tragedy and shared the loving memory of his brother — who was one of the seven home-schooled children in the family. He said:

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Joe Giudice Amped Up Security On His Family Home Before Heading Behind Bars

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Joe Giudice wanted to make sure his girls were safe before heading behind bars to serve his 41-month prison sentence.

His devoted wife Teresa Giudice tells People the 44-year-old installed maximum security (LOL prison jokes) in their New Jersey home before turning himself in:

"That was one of the biggest things that weighed on him. He was nervous about us being home alone."

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As you're probably aware, Juicy Joe is in the slammer for mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud — the same crimes Teresa just served nearly a year for.

The RHONJ star described:

"Before he left he got a heavy-duty security system added to the one that we already had, so I'm totally safe and he made sure of that. It's like Fort Knox."

Although it's difficult to adjust to life without her other half around, Miz Guidice is staying positive for their daughters Gia, 15, Gabriella, 11, Milania, 10, and Audriana, 6:

"We all miss Joe tremendously. But I just try to remind them, 'Now that mommy is home, didn't it go by fast? That's how it's going to be for daddy too.'"

2019 will be here before ya know it, Ter!

[Image via Instagram.]

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IKEA Recalls Dresser Model That Has Been Killing Children For DECADES!

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This is scary — and it took IKEA nearly 30 years to do the right thing!!

The Swedish furniture company is recalling a whopping 29 MILLION dressers and chests after at least six children have been killed in the last three decades by dressers that fell and crushed them.

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The most recent death, of a 22-month-old child back in February — is the one that finally prompted the movement for recall, and in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, IKEA is now offering a refund for the dresser, or repairs and changes on the affected furniture for those who would like to keep it.

Customers with dressers made between 2002 and 2016 are eligible for a full refund, while those with pieces made before that can get a partial refund.

Furthermore, IKEA will

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Nick Jonas Talks The Need For Tightened Security At Concerts After Christina Grimmie's Death — See What He Said!

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Nick Jonas isn't taking any chances.

The Chains singer spoke out on the tragic death of Christina Grimmie — and the need for increased security at meet at greets — during a few radio interviews earlier this week.

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On Tuesday, the pop star spoke out on the need for making meet and greets with fans a safer process, telling WKTU's Cubby & Carolina Bermudez:

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YouTube Convention VidCon Seriously Upgrades Security After Christina Grimmie Murder

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Hopefully her tragedy will help save lives.

Christina Grimmie's shocking murder in Orlando over the weekend may have been overshadowed by the completely devastating mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub, but that doesn't make her loss any less significant.

While the 22-year-old will never be able to share her music with fans again, her attack may just save some lives thanks to new rules and regulations being implemented at similar venues to the one where she was killed.

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VidCon — the biggest YouTube convention around — is scheduled to take place at the Anaheim Convention Center next weekend, and now brothers Hank and John Green are upping their security to make sure they don't have any casualties of their own.

The festival organizers released a statement on Tumblr Monday to let fans know of upcoming changes to protocol, saying:

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Eyewitness Defends Mother Of Boy Who Fell In Gorilla Enclosure! See What She Said AND Listen To The Chilling 911 Call!

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A 4-year-old boy found his way into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday, which resulted in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old silverback gorilla Harambe.

The boy's mother Michelle Gregg is currently being investigated by police — not to mention being mercilessly shamed on the internet for neglectful parenting.

But amid the public outcry, an eyewitness to the horrific incident is now speaking out in defense of the boy's mother!

Related: How Will Harambe's Death Affect The Other Zoo Gorillas?

After capturing the "tragedy" on film, Kim O'Conner thinks of the gorilla's death as just a "horrible accident," explaining:

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Wrong Mom Attacked On Facebook Over The Death Of Harambe The Gorilla! See The Classy Way She Handled It!

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After not paying close attention to her kid at the Cincinnati Zoo resulted in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old gorilla, Michelle Gregg has become quite a controversial figure.

On Saturday, Gregg's unsupervised 4-year-old son fell into the enclosure of Harambe the silverback gorilla, who was shot and killed by zoo officials over concern for the child's safety.

While many understood this tragedy could have been prevented, some opinionated critics took it upon themselves to personally threaten the boy's mother on Facebook.

Related: Jane Goodall Responds To The Death Of Harambe The Gorilla!

But in the typical fashion of the vociferous online community, the angry accusers didn't stop to make sure they were coming at the right mom with their pitchforks.

That's right — a totally unrelated Michelle Gregg has been receiving angry messages from people who didn't bother to check if they had the right person before firing off a string of hateful threats and ill-wishes.

While the real Gregg reportedly deleted her social media presence after defending her actions on Facebook, the other Gregg changed her profile picture to a photo of herself with her son, with large letters:

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