Naomi Campbell is a mom, ABC announces limited series about Emmett Till’s mother, Rep. Val Demings is expected to run against Senator Marco Rubio in 2022, and more in The Daily Rundown.
Naomi Campbell Welcomes Baby Girl
Naomi Campbell is now the mother of a bouncing baby girl. The world-renowned supermodel shared the news on Instagram Tuesday morning, writing, "A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother, So honoured to have this gentle soul in my life there are no words to describe the lifelong bond that I now share with you my angel. There is no greater love."
District Attorney Says Deputies Were Justified In Shooting Of Andrew Brown Jr.
District Attorney Andrew Womble stated that Pasquotank County sheriff's deputies were justified in the deadly shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. last month, CNN reports. "Mr. Brown's death, while tragic, was justified because Mr. Brown's actions caused three deputies to reasonably believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and others," Womble said.
Rep. Val Demings Expected To Challenge Marco Rubio For Senate Seat
Florida Rep. Val Demings is expected to run against Senator Marco Rubio to represent the state in the Senate a source familiar with the congresswoman tells Politico. Although a top adviser for Demings left some wiggle room, suggesting that the move wasn't completely written in stone, he did confirm the report, stating that there is a “98.6 percent chance” she will challenge Rubio in 2022.
ABC To Air Limited Series About Emmett Till's Mother Titled, 'Women Of The Movement'
Emmett Till's mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, will be recognized for the role that she played in the Civil Rights Movement by way of a new limited series set to air on ABC. The scripted show titled, "Women of the Movement," was announced by the network Tuesday and is set to air next season.
T.I. And Tiny Respond To Reports Of New LAPD Sexual Assault Investigation
A spokesperson for the LAPD confirmed Tuesday to CNN that there is, in fact, an active investigation into T.I.. However, an attorney representing the Georgia rapper, whose birth name is Clifford Harris, and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris," told the publication that his clients have not been contacted in regard to the investigation. Several women, many of whom are represented by attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, have accused the hip-hop couple of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and drugging.