Michelle Carter Released After Only Serving 11 Months For Texting Suicide Case, Family Of Victim Speaks Out: “She’s Not A Good Girl”

Michelle Carter Released

Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman who was sentenced 15 months in prison for persuading her now-dead boyfriend to kill himself, has been released from prison on “good behavior.” Carter, 23, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for persuading her boyfriend, #ConradHenriRoyIII, to commit suicide back in 2014. On Thursday, four months …

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Deborah Dugan Files Sexual Harassment Complaint Against Recording Academy And Claims Academy Board Pushes To Nominate “Artists With Whom They Have Relationships”

Deborah Dugan files lawsuit

Former Recording Academy president and CEO, Deborah Dugan, who was ousted over misconduct allegations, has filed a lawsuit against the Recording Academy claiming she was put on administrative leave after she threatened to take legal action over alleged sexual harassment and misconduct involving the Academy’s general counsel, Joel Katz. Dugan …

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Grammys Interim CEO Says Deborah Dugan Tried To Extort Academy Out Of Millions After Misconduct Allegations

Deborah Dugan Talks Grammys

The Recording Academy’s Interim CEO and President Harvey Mason has released a statement in response to Deborah Dugan’s threats to expose the academy after she was accused of misconduct. Last week, news broke that The Recording Academy’s previous CEO and president, Dugan, was placed on “administrative leave” following a misconduct …

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