Two Massachusetts teenage babysitters were arrested and are facing charges after a Snapchat video surfaced showing them placing a baby in their care inside a refrigerator and closing the door.
The two girls, whose names are not being released because of their age, were arrested on Tuesday, Aug. 9, in Danvers, Massachusetts, and charged with child endangerment, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
In the video posted on Snapchat, the footage shows the girls placing the baby inside the fridge, before closing the door and laughing. The baby’s screams can be heard even through the closed fridge door. A few moments later, they do end up opening the fridge again and removing the baby. “This past evening at approximately 9:30 p.m., Danvers officers were notified by Swampscott police about a potential situation,” Danvers Police Chief Patrick Ambrose said. Continue reading
VIA: Two 18-year-old girls were arrested by Myrtle Beach Police Wednesday after police received Snapchat video of them trespassing at Myrtle Waves Water Park after hours, eating Italian ice cups without paying for them, and admitting to jumping the fence and going down the park’s water slides.
Logan Brooke Larrimore and Farren Marie Lane are each charged with one count of third-degree burglary and were booked into the Myrtle Beach Jail on Wednesday, according to police records.
The police report states that on Tuesday, police met with someone who showed them two Snapchat videos showing Larrimore and Lane trespassing at Myrtle Waves Water Park at around 4 a.m. Saturday morning. They were both seen eating Italian ice cups without paying for them, and at one point in a video, Larrimore said “we went down all the slides,” and admitted to “jumping the fence” to the water park. Continue reading
Donald Trump‘s Hollywood Walk of Fame was completely destroyed Wednesday morning by a man dressed as a city construction worker using a sledgehammer and pick-ax.
The brutal vandalism occurred on Hollywood Boulevard, near the Dolby Theatre, where Trump’s star was dedicated in 2007 in recognition of his work on the hit NBC series, The Apprentice.
Speaking to Deadline, the man said his name was Jamie Otis. He said he originally intended to remove Trump’s star completely to auction it off next month in New York to raise funds for the women who have recently come forward to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them over the decades. In the past few months, 11 women have claimed the GOP POTUS candidate groped or otherwise attempt to get intimate with them. Continue reading
Katie May, known as the “Queen of Snapchat,” has died. She was 34.
May, who was also a model, had been hospitalized since Monday after suffering a “catastrophic” stroke.
May recently complained of neck pain and sought treatment. Continue reading
Snapchat is now offering its first in-app purchases, charging $0.99 for extra replays. The update also rolled out a new feature that lets you layer special effects on top of your selfies.
Replay, a free feature that was first unveiled in 2013, limited users to replaying one Snap per day. Now, you can buy 3 additional replays. Still, each individual Snapchat can only be replayed once, so choose your replays with care!
“We’ve provided one Replay per Snapchatter per day, sometimes frustrating the millions of Snapchatters who receive many daily Snaps deserving of a Replay,” read a post on the company’s blog. Continue reading
An Arizona teen arrested by police after posting a Snapchat photo of his school hallway with the caption, “planning the school shooting.”
Lucky for the 16-year-old, his name hasn’t been released because he is a minor.
The image made it all the way to Colorado where a high school student named Kaylee saved it, automatically notifying the sender. Continue reading
A 14-year-old Boy Scout from San Diego committed suicide after a video of him pleasuring himself in a school bathroom surfaced and went viral.
The teen’s parents, Timothy and Barbara Burdette, filed a $1 million claim against the San Diego Unified School District after they say a teacher kicked the boy out of class for eating sunflower seeds, causing the displaced teen to seek refuge in a campus bathroom.
While Matthew Burdette was in the bathroom stall having a quick toss, a fellow student videotaped him. Continue reading
Evan Spiegel, the young CEO of messaging app Snapchat is saying he feels “mortified,” after emails from back in his college days were leaked.
What do you think should happen to Spiegel now that his private emails have been leaked? Comment below!
Snapchat may have updated themselves into oblivion.. After its biggest update in months last Thursday, the popular chat app is getting less than rave reviews.
One high school teacher said the update was the biggest disruption in her classroom in 16 years, “One student even crawled under her desk to avoid getting her phone taken away mid-download,” but that was then, and this is now..
Miley Cyrus’ rep told RadarOnline that the pics is real, but it’s not Cyrus! To set the record straight, it sure looks a lot like the singer..
“It’s not her!” a rep for Cyrus tells Radar of the R-rated pic, seemingly taken in the Snapchat app. Stamped with the phrase “Miley Cyrus F***ers,” the person behind the pic claimed to have taken it after hooking up with Cyrus following her March 20 show in Tampa, Florida. Continue reading