EXCLUSIVE: Beyoncé’s former drummer tells DailyMailTV she’s been ‘bullied’ by the superstar, claiming she put a spell on her cat and ruined her love life by ‘jumping into other bodies’ to watch her be intimate with partners

  • Kimberly Thompson claims Beyoncé is hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy
  • The 37-year-old, who was in Beyoncé’s all girl band as drummer for seven years, filed for a restraining order against the singer in a bid to ‘cut the cord’
  • The musician says the superstar practices witchcraft, casting spells on her kitten and on her, which allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’
  • She told DailyMailTV: ‘She’s just been… just basically doing anything and everything to damage any type of happiness that I could have’
  • Thompson believes Beyoncé has paid people to fire her from jobs 
  • She filed the restraining order not as a publicity stunt but ‘to cut the cord’ with someone she once loved and ‘put on a pedestal’
  • The drummer said she hopes others who have been in similar situations are inspired to do the same and stand up for themselves.

Beyoncé‘s former drummer has spoken out about the years of torment she claims she has suffered at the hands of the superstar, alleging Beyoncé put a spell on her cat and ruined her love life, she revealed in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV.

Kimberly Thompson filed for a restraining order against Beyoncé, claiming for the past six years the singer has led a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of witchcraft and ‘magic spells of sexual molestation’.

The 37-year-old, who was in Beyoncé’s all-girl band as a drummer for seven years, accuses her of being hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy.

Thompson spoke to DailyMailTV in a desperate attempt to have Beyoncé leave her alone, explaining: ‘She’s not been able to let me go, she’s not been able to let me progress into a mature woman and work with other people.

‘She’s just been… basically doing anything and everything to damage any type of happiness that I could have.’

507C346500000578-6202293-image-a-2_1537802161125Kimberly Thompson claims Beyoncé is hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy

509C34F800000578-6202293-image-m-4_1537806253716Thompson filed for a restraining order against Beyoncé, claiming for the past six years she led a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of witchcraft and ‘magic spells of sexual molestation’

Thompson said she filed the restraining order not as a publicity stunt but ‘to cut the cord’ with someone she once loved and ‘put on a pedestal’.

The drummer said she hopes others who have been in similar situations are inspired to do the same and stand up for themselves.

Thompson said to DailyMailTV: ‘I’ve just been bullied this entire time.

‘This has been going on for a very long time so it has taken god’s strength to really make me get up and stand up for myself, starting with the restraining order.

‘I don’t want anything to do with this person at all.

‘This has been a complete nightmare. I’ve been absolutely, brutally abused by her trying to control everything I’m doing,’ she claims.

Despite Thompson’s claims of harassment, a judge denied her request for a temporary restraining order.

Beyoncé, who is currently on tour with her husband Jay-Z, has not commented on the allegations.

Thompson claims Beyoncé used witchcraft that allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’, saying the singer did this by ‘jumping into other bodies’ to watch her be intimate with partners.

Thompson said she came to a breaking point a year ago when she found out from two psychics that Beyoncé had cast a spell on her kitten, which had been brutally attacking her.

Thompson said she only had the cat for around a month before the animal started behaving strangely and ‘doing weird magical stuff’.

509C446200000578-6202293-image-a-8_1537808406117Thompson told DailyMailTV: ‘I’ve just been bullied this entire time. This has been going on for a very long time so it has taken god’s strength to really make me get up and stand up for myself, starting with the restraining order’

She said: ‘I was getting abused. Every time I came home from work to rest, I was just being abused to the point where I’m still healing from a scratch on my rib cage.

‘It drew blood, it was awful. It was so manic and gnarly that I ended up calling two psychics. I got the word from the first psychic and I didn’t want to believe it.

‘So I called later to get a confirmation to make sure, because I didn’t want to believe.

‘They were like the cat has a spell on it. I said what about [Beyoncé] and they were like yes, [Beyoncé] put a spell on the cat and you need to get rid of it right away, otherwise you’ll be in really, really, huge trouble.’

Thompson claims that Beyoncé later had the cat killed, which ‘ripped out’ her heart.

In a bid to get away from the singer’s alleged control, Thompson says she attempted to move cities but claims Beyoncé still found a way ‘to manipulate and control that’.

She explained: ‘It was a very wicked tactic to keep me down, to keep me under some type of control. I’ve had enough.

‘This has been going on since 2006 and just has been getting worse, and worse and worse.

‘For a very long time, I put this person on a pedestal, I loved them… and the entire time, this person was casting spells, and manipulating and controlling my job situation, my relationships, just all kind of things.’

509C446A00000578-6202293-image-a-9_1537808489517Thompson claims Beyoncé put witchcraft spells on her that allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’, saying the singer did this by ‘jumping into other bodies’ and watched her be intimate with partners.

Thompson said she regrets ever working with the superstar, adding: ‘I’m even embarrassed that I have worked with them because it has literally shattered every thing that I tried to build after doing that work in my life.

‘I always said when I was a kid, I never would want to regret anything, but this I regret.

‘I regret that we ever worked together because it has turned my life completely upside down.’

Thompson claims Beyoncé has gone as far as to use her ideas, even encouraging other celebrities to do the same.

She said: ‘I have a lot to give to the world and she’s just, I think there’s a huge amount of jealousy there that she hasn’t discussed with me.

‘It’s just been a nightmare to try and move on and do other things for other people without it getting totally destroyed.

‘Other people I’ve worked with have been paid to fire me. I found this out and then it just kept happening. It was a pattern.’

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Daycare provider who hanged toddler in her basement sentenced to probation

636674104768235275-AP-Day-Care-Child-HangingNataliia Karia, center, with her lawyers Brock Hunter, right, and Ryan Else, reacts during her sentencing hearing in Hennepin County District Court in Minneapolis, Monday, July 16. Karia, a Minneapolis day care owner, was sentenced to 10 years of probation for trying to kill a toddler in her home by hanging him from a noose.

MINNEAPOLIS — A former day care provider convicted of hanging a toddler has been sentenced to probation.

Nataliia Karia received 10 years probation on Monday for hanging a toddler in her daycare and running over two men with her minivan, before attempting suicide. She had faced 13 years in prison. All of the victims of the November 2016 incident survived their injuries.

Through an interpreter, Karia asked for forgiveness.

“I apologize and I don’t know if you will be able to forgive me. I have no excuse for what I did,” she said.

Judge Jay Quam said this is one of the hardest cases he’s ever had adding if this was a normal case, given everything that happened, he would give the most severe sentence that he could.

But he says this was not a normal case.

Karia sobbed as the prosecutor ran through the details of what happened.

“She hung (him) by the neck with a homemade noose in her basement in Minneapolis. This case is about that little boy who very well could have taken his last breath in that basement,” assistant county attorney Christina Warren said.

Karia had pleaded guilty to attempted murder and criminal vehicular operation. Karia’s attorney argued the cause was mental illness brought on by abuse.

“This offense was aggravated, if not wholly caused, by abuse of Nataliia’s husband,” defense attorney Brockton Hunter said.

Hunter provided the judge with recordings they say shows her husband’s anger.

Karia told the judge, “Please help me back to my children.”

The prosecutor argued that mental illness is not a reason to give Karia probation instead of prison.

“It’s not that mentally ill shouldn’t go to prison. the Department of Corrections is incredibly well equipped to handle the needs of the mentally ill,” Warren said.

The sentencing was a continuation of proceedings that began in May. At that time, Claire and Jennifer Booth, the mothers of the toddler, gave emotional victim impact statements in court.

“Based on prior actions and history, I would not feel comfortable with simply probation. Because everybody that has testified today has said they trusted her with their children. Well you’re fine and you’re trustworthy and you’re caring until you’re not,” Claire Booth said on May 23.

In May, Denys Karia testified his mother suffered both physical and mental abuse in Ukraine and here in America. Denys said that his mother told him she had suicidal thoughts and a week before the incident told him she was worried she might hurt someone else, but her husband would not allow her to seek help.

Joseph Sabir, who saved the child from Karia’s basement, testified that he could tell she was not acting herself and told him to call the police.

“I believe what transpired that day was not a reflection of her and who she was from everything I’ve gathered from people. With a lot of medical care and treatment and support I don’t think she poses a risk to the public or her children,” Sabir said in May.

Judge Quam also handed down a 183 month stayed prison sentence, if she violates probation. Karia will be on house arrest for a couple months until the rest of probation details are determined. She could be released as early as Monday.

Following the sentencing, Jennifer Booth said, “Our family is looking forward to moving on. We have been fortunate to have a supportive, healing community surround us. We hope that Nataliia is able to move forward in her own healing journey and hope she gets the help she needs.”

“We Believe You”

New Tina Toon Tuesday

“We Believe You”

Progressive women (and men) staged a National walk out in support of Christine Blasey Ford, Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser.

The left virtue signals about sexual abuse survivors MUST be heard and believed yet Keith Ellison’s girlfriend who has actual police reports and medical records to back up her claim of physical abuse by Ellison, is isolated and ignored by the Democrats.

The virtue signaling Left needs to change their slogan to “We believe every survivor unless they are raped by Bill Clinton, beaten by Keith Ellison, groped by Al Franken, harassed by Anthony Wiener or killed by Ted Kennedy.”


The hypocrisy of Liberal women preaching BELIEVE WOMEN is stunning.
Tina

Comerica Park food services employee seen spitting on pizza in police custody

 

WXYZ) – A video that shows a former Comerica Park food services employee spitting on pizza intended for customers has gone viral.

Officials say the employee is in police custody and could face charges.

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The video was posted to Instagram on Saturday and shows an employee spitting on the pizza, then rubbing the sauce in it.

I was sent home early today because I didn’t have on my Comerica Park shirt and they say I was at the bathroom for too long. So they yelled at me and told me to go home. But since they made me go home early I couldn’t wait until after the game to tell them an employee was spitting in customer pizzas!!! 🤮🤮🤮#detroittigers @worldstar #worldstar #detroit f @theshaderoom The customers don’t deserve this!! This is disgusting! And for the company to threaten me and let me go for exposing this video to the fans is also disgusting!!😡

“As soon as we became aware through social media of potential food tampering Friday night, we immediately closed that food stand and disposed of all the product. Food safety is our top priority and we will take any appropriate action necessary to protect our guests,” Detroit Sportservice said.

Quinelle May, the person that posted the video, said the worker was “mad and having a bad day” and also claimed to have done it in the past.

May said after he recorded the video, he went to the bathroom looking around to tell people about the video, but couldn’t find anybody. He said his managers got mad at him and shut him down when they tried to tell them.

“Every time I tried to talk, they told me to shut up,” May said.

He said he was told to leave and threatened with prosecution if he didn’t take the post down.

A spokesperson for Detroit Sport-service says May has not been fired but was suspended. They released the following statement:

The employee who filmed and posted the video was sent home from the game Friday evening on an unrelated uniform violation prior to us learning about the food tampering via the video being posted on social media. Our only subsequent communication with that employee was to let him know that he would not be working Saturday or Sunday. No one acting in an official work capacity asked him to remove the video. We referred information regarding the video to the Detroit Police Department and they have told us it is an active investigation.

 

Pesticide atrazine can turn male frogs into females

Date:

March 1, 2010

Source:

University of California – Berkeley

Summary:

The herbicide atrazine, one of the world’s most widely used pesticides, wreaks havoc with the sex lives of adult male frogs, emasculating three-quarters of them and turning one in 10 into females, according to a new study. These changes occur at atrazine levels below what the EPA considers safe for drinking water. The changes skew sex ratios in the frog population and could be a major cause of amphibian decline worldwide.

An atrazine-induced female frog (a genetic male) is shown (bottom) copulating with an unexposed male sibling. This union produced viable eggs and larvae that survived to metamorphosis and adulthood. Yet, because both animals were genetic males, the offspring were all males.

Credit: Tyrone Hayes photo

 

Atrazine, one of the world’s most widely used pesticides, wreaks havoc with the sex lives of adult male frogs, emasculating three-quarters of them and turning one in 10 into females, according to a new study by University of California, Berkeley, biologists.

The 75 percent that are chemically castrated are essentially “dead” because of their inability to reproduce in the wild, reports UC Berkeley’s Tyrone B. Hayes, professor of integrative biology.

“These male frogs are missing testosterone and all the things that testosterone controls, including sperm. So their fertility is as low as 10 percent in some cases, and that is only if we isolate those animals and pair them with females,” he said. “In an environment where they are competing with unexposed animals, they have zero chance of reproducing.”

The 10 percent or more that turn from males into females ‑ something not known to occur under natural conditions in amphibians ‑ can successfully mate with male frogs but, because they are genetically male, all their offspring are male.

“When we grow these guys up, depending on the family, we will get anywhere from 10 to 50 percent females,” Hayes said. “In a population, the genetically male females can decrease or wipe out a population just because they skew sex ratios so badly.”

Though the experiments were performed on a common laboratory frog, the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis), field studies indicate that atrazine, a potent endocrine disruptor, similarly affects frogs in the wild, and could possibly be one of the causes of amphibian declines around the globe, Hayes said.

Hayes and his UC Berkeley colleagues report their results in this week’s online early edition of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Last week, Hayes and colleagues published a review of pesticide’s effects on amphibians in the Journal of Experimental Biology, concluding that atrazine is a likely contributor to worldwide amphibian declines.

“These kinds of problems, like sex-reversing animals skewing sex ratios, are much more dangerous than any chemical that would kill off a population of frogs,” he said. “In exposed populations, it looks like there are frogs breeding but, in fact, the population is being very slowly degraded by the introduction of these altered animals.”

Some 80 million pounds of the herbicide atrazine are applied annually in the United States on corn and sorghum to control weeds and increase crop yield, but such widespread use also makes atrazine the most common pesticide contaminant of ground and surface water, according to various studies.

More and more research, however, is showing that atrazine interferes with endocrine hormones, such as estrogen and testosterone — in fish, amphibians, birds, reptiles, laboratory rodents and even human cell lines at levels of parts per billion. Recent studies also found a possible link between human birth defects and low birth weight and atrazine exposure in the womb.

As a result of these studies, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is reviewing its regulations on use of the pesticide. Several states are considering banning atrazine, and six class action lawsuits have been filed seeking to eliminate its use. The European Union already bars the use of atrazine.

Hayes’s studies in the early 2000s were the first to show that the hormonal effects of atrazine disrupt sexual development in amphibians. Working with the African clawed frog, Hayes and his colleagues showed in 2002 that tadpoles raised in atrazine-contaminated water become hermaphrodites — they develop both female (ovaries) and male (testes) gonads. This occurred at atrazine levels as low as 0.1 parts per billion (ppb), 30 times lower than levels allowed in drinking water by the EPA (3 ppb).

Subsequent studies showed that native leopard frogs (Rana pipiens) collected from atrazine-contaminated streams in the Midwest, including from areas up to 1,000 miles from where atrazine is applied, often had eggs in their testes. And many males had lower testosterone levels than normal females and smaller than normal voice boxes, presumably limiting their ability to call mates.

Hayes’ research also established that many frogs in Midwestern streams contaminated by atrazine and other pesticides have compromised immune systems, leading to increased mortality from bacterial disease.

Those early studies were hampered by the inability to easily distinguish genetically male from genetically female frogs. Male frogs have two identical sex chromosomes (ZZ) while females have both a Z and a W — the opposite of XX female and XY male humans. But because all frog chromosomes look the same under a light microscope, it’s not simple to distinguish male from female.

To overcome this, Hayes’ colleague Roger Liu developed a line of all-male frogs so that the genetics would be unequivocal.

“Before, we knew we got fewer males than we should have, and we got hermaphrodites. Now, we have clearly shown that many of these animals are sex-reversed males,” Hayes said. “We have animals that are females, in the sense that they behave like females: They have estrogen, lay eggs, they mate with other males. Atrazine has caused a hormonal imbalance that has made them develop into the wrong sex, in terms of their genetic constitution.”

Coincidentally, another lab in 2008 discovered a sex-linked genetic marker in Xenopus, which has allowed Hayes to confirm the genetic sex of his frogs.

In Hayes’ study, where 40 frogs lived for about three years after hatching in water with 2.5 ppb atrazine, about 10 percent of the frogs appeared to be resistant to the effects of the pesticide. In ongoing studies, Hayes is investigating whether this apparent resistance is inherited, as well as whether the sex-reversed males have more susceptible offspring.

Syngenta, which manufactures atrazine, disputes many of these studies, including Hayes’, that show adverse effects of the presticide. But Hayes said that “when you have studies all over the world showing problems with atrazine in every vertebrate that has been looked at — fish, frogs, reptiles, birds, mammals — all of them can’t be wrong.”

“What people have to realize is that, just as with taking pharmaceuticals, they have to decide whether the benefits outweigh the costs,” he said. “Not every frog or every human will be affected by atrazine, but do you want to take a chance, what with all the other things that we know atrazine does, not just to humans but to rodents and frogs and fish?”

Hayes’ long-term studies of the effects of atrazine on frogs have been assisted by many UC Berkeley undergraduate students, including co-authors on the current paper: Vicky Khoury, Anne Narayan, Mariam Nazir, Andrew Park, Lillian Adame, Elton Chan, and graduate students Travis Brown, Daniel Buchholz, Sherrie Gallipeau and Theresa Stueve.

The work was funded by the Park Water Co., Mitch Kapor, Freada Klein, the Mitch Kapor Foundation, the David Foundation, the Cornell-Douglas Foundation, the Wallace Foundation, the UC Berkeley Class of ’43 endowed chair and the Howard Hughes Biology Fellows Program.

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Journal References:

1 Tyrone B. Hayes, Vicky Khoury, Anne Narayan, Mariam Nazir, Andrew Park, Travis Brown, Lillian Adame, Elton Chan, Daniel Buchholz, Theresa Stueve, and Sherrie Gallipeau. Atrazine induces complete feminization and chemical castration in male African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis). PNAS, March 1, 2010 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0909519107

2 Hayes et al. The cause of global amphibian declines: a developmental endocrinologist’s perspective. Journal of Experimental Biology, 2010; 213 (6): 921 DOI: 10.1242/jeb.040865

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“Bowling For Justice”

New Ben Garrison Cartoon, “Bowling For Justice”

President Trump has demanded release and declassification of the FISA documents, and the Deep State is terrified.

 

They know fraudulent evidence was used to illegally obtain the FISA warrant that allowed them to spy on Trump and his campaign. It also led to Mueller’s ‘Russia collusion’ witch-hunt. There is no Russian collusion by Trump. Now even many on the left are realizing it was bunk all along.

Hillary committed serious crimes which were covered up as a ‘matter,’ while the case against Trump was invented out of whole cloth. Deep State players have used this kind of rampant collusion for years. It’s now at a point where they think they are in charge. They actually think they should be able to take down a lawfully elected president. What they’re doing is treason.

If they refuse to release the documents, they should be not only fired, but also arrested. If that doesn’t happen, send in the Marines and clean out the FBI and CIA altogether. Break them up.

Hillary doesn’t even have to pay for her insurance policy—taxpayers do. Over $20 million has been spent so far on Mueller’s witch-hunt. It’s time for it to end.

 

Lock Them All Up.

—Ben Garrison

Judge sentences Carroll County couple after children found caged in home

A judge sentenced a Carroll County couple to 30 years in prison, stemming from six counts of neglect of their children after authorities found two young children caged in room covered in feces and trash.

Paul Trapani and Melissa Trapani were sentenced to 30 years at the Division of Corrections after being convicted of six counts of neglect of a minor, prosecutors said Friday.

Both defendants had lengthy careers in the Army National Guard, with Paul Trapani retiring as a colonel, prosecutors said. They moved to Westminster in 2008 and lived with their six children ranging in age from 5 to 12, and there were also 11 dogs in the home, officials said.

Child Protective Services investigators and Carroll County Sheriff’s deputies went to the Trapani home on Nov. 7, 2014, after receiving a report that there were two children locked in a room and eating off the floor, according to prosecutors.

Inside the home, there was an overwhelming odor of animal urine and feces mixed with dirt and rotting food. The entire surface of some of the children’s bedroom were covered in trash, rotting food and dirty clothes, according to prosecutors.

Nine of the 11 dogs were inside crates littered with animal feces and urine, officials said. In a room near the kitchen, investigators found two young children, ages 5 and 7, locked inside a room with a half door below wooden bars nailed to the top of the doorway that resembled a cage, officials said.

The two children were peeking through a hole between the door and the bars, officials said. The inside of the door, all the walls, windows and floors of the room were covered in feces, officials said.

There was no furniture in the room and only shreds of blankets and a shriveled hotdog on the floor, officials said. The 7-year-old child was naked with feces matted in her hair, and the 5-year-old boy was wearing only a diaper, according to officials. The children were non-verbal and did not respond to their own names, officials said.

The female child was described to exhibit animal-like behavior, officials said. The children were all removed from the home placed in foster care and some have been adopted by other families, officials said.

At the sentencing hearing, victim impact statements indicated all the children were lacking in basic hygiene and social skills.

“They have been deprived of a substantial portion of their childhood by the actions of their parents (and the children) are trying to learn basic skills like communication,” officials said.

Testimony from the treating child psychologist, Dr. Harper Johnston, said that some of the behavior that she saw of the girl that was confined resembled “animal-like” behavior and resembled that of children that had experienced “institutionalized neglect.”

“I am extremely grateful to our prosecutors, the social workers, medical personnel, and police officers involved with rescuing these six children from such cruel and inhumane conditions,” Carroll County State’s Attorney Brian DeLeonardo said. “The conduct uncovered during the investigation shocked the conscience of everyone involved, including the judge. We are grateful that justice has been served, and the children can move forward and live the life they always deserved in a loving home.”

The investigation and prosecution of this case was the combined effort by the State’s Attorney’s Office, the Department of Social Services, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, the Maryland State Police and Carroll Hospital Center.