Nun claims Katy Perry has ‘blood on her hands’ over property deal

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Katy Perry lawsuit: Nun involved in property row ‘dies in court’

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The ‘Property Bros’ Figured Out A Way To Stay Roomies After Drew Marries

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Property Brothers Play "Best or Worst"

Drew and Jonathan Scott play a round of E!'s "Best or Worst" game. And find out which brother gave a suit made out of money as a gift.
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Property website Zillow backs down in row with McMansion Hell blog

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The Property Brothers Are Fixing to Take Over the World

In seven years, the identical twins Drew and Jonathan Scott, 39, have gone from aspiring celebrities on a small Canadian cable network to HGTV headliners.
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Jonathan Scott Of ‘Property Brothers’ Opens Up About His First Marriage

“Property Brothers” star Jonathan Scott is opening up about his first marriage.

In People magazine’s April cover story (featuring his twin Drew as well, whom he stars on several HGTV shows with), the 38-year-old dished on his first marriage to an airline crew scheduler named Kelsey. The marriage, which took place in 2007, ended two years later because the two were young and rushed things, according to Scott.

“She wanted to get married on 07/07/07,” Scott said. “So it wasn’t something that naturally happened. 

Though the marriage ended, the “Property Brothers” star said he gained lot from the experience.

“I think that one of the biggest things I learned is that you can have two good people who are just not good for each other,” he said. “I’m glad that we found that out early. You know, we didn’t have kids or anything. And it really helped me understand what I wanted in a relationship.” 

These days, Scott told People he’s dating 28-year-old Jacinta Kuznetsov, a producer for his company Scott Brothers’ Entertainment.

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Jonathan’s twin Drew is also off the market. The “Property Brothers” star proposed to his fiancee, Linda Phan, in December 2016 after more than five years of dating

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Rentberry’s controversial property bid site expands in US

A controversial property site makes prospective tenants compete via auctions for somewhere to live.
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Nicki Minaj’s Home Burglarized, $175,000 Worth of Property Stolen

Nicki Minaj, 2016 MTV VMAsNicki Minaj’s Beverly Hills home was recently burglarized while she was out of town, E! News has learned.
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Property Brothers Star Jonathan Scott Gives Passionate Plea For Tolerance Amidst Cyber Bullying

Property Brothers star Jonathan Scott is tired of seeing the hate being spread in the comments of his social media pages.

The 38-year-old contractor and HGTV star posted a video to his social media sites on Sunday, where he clapped back at those “incessantly cyber bullying” and gave a passionate plea for tolerance moving forward.

The video was in response to hate that first came Scott’s way after the twin sent a message of support to all those participating in the Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington — and the hundreds of “sister marches” staged across the globe.

“They are our sisters, our mothers, our daughters, our partners and our friends,” he wrote on Saturday. “They are strong, intelligent, courageous women who deserve be be heard. A culture that respects & supports it’s women is one destined for great things.”

Watch the video above, and read the transcript of Scott’s words below.

Think back to you were a child and your parents taught you that if you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say it at all. I have no idea what happened to that. 

Because I read all of your posts. And fortunately, most of our fans are incredible and they have insightful comments, and I love sharing their stories and that’s great. But we also have people who are cruel and angry and no matter what, they just have something negative to say. This is not the place for that. Not to mention that we have a lot of kids who read these posts actively. 

When your parents were teaching you that message they were not suggesting that you have to always conform. There’s a big difference between having a different opinion and always trying to pick a fight. 

My social media is a place for all of us to inspire each other and build each other up, and there’s no need to try to tear us apart and always attack other fans.

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And I’ll be honest — if it offends you when I post saying I believe in human rights or I believe in equality or even just simple human kindness, then I think you need to take a good look in the mirror and find your source of unhappiness. 

When you choose to look at the world from a place of hostility, well it’s unlikely you’re going to see even the smallest amount of good. And that is a tragedy.

We will never all agree on everything, but we should always be willing to look and see if someone’s heart is in the right place. And when I see this inspiring situation where strangers have come together all over the world to express their peaceful passions for justice, well that has resonated to areas on the planet where unfortunately people don’t experience the same democratic freedoms that we have. But someday I hope that they will. 

I just believe that any achievement for equality here in America is a victory for human rights around the world. Period.

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Ryan Murphy’s Beach House Will Have You Yearning for Summer: Inside the “Dream” Laguna Beach Property

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Property of the Marquis

Property of the Marquis

Six months after her husband Erik’s death in a plane crash, the lovely Laney still wears the bracelet that he gave her before his death. With Property of the Marquis inscribed on the platinum band, the bracelet demands her willing sexual submission to those in the Marquis’ circle. With every touch of the shiny band, she’s reminded of the vacation three years before, when she and her friends Sandra and Elise were stranded on the deserted Marquis Island. Aided by the shocking Marquis’ Book of Pleasure, they were turned into sexual deviants-bound, whipped, and used. For Laney and Erik, the bracelet became an extension of their Dom/sub relationship. Now haunted by that memory and determined to find the anonymous Marquis, Laney returns to Marquis Island. Not only does she steal the Book of Pleasure and the Marquis’ diary from the library, her guide, a seemingly humble fisherman, Alex Greenwood, turns into a formidable dominant, who knows a good deal more about the bracelet and Marquis than she first suspected. Now, with a vague idea of the Marquis’ whereabouts, Laney travels to Paris for a run-in with a brusque and punishing bookseller. Then on a trip to Prague, the rule of the bracelet forces her to submit to a sexy couple on the train. In Prague, Laney is taken to a country house, where she’s interrogated and sexually tormented by the Marquis’ enemies. That is, until her theft of the Marquis’ books finally comes back to haunt her. Only when she’s punished for this crime will the man who owns her take charge of her. Only then can she fulfill the promise she made to her husband when she first agreed to wear the band that would make her subject forever to the rules of masters. A suspenseful journey into the arcane and seductive world of the leather underground, where with every turn there are missteps to be made and much to atone for, much to which this wanting submissive must surrender. Although this book reprises characters from Lizbeth’s novel, The Marquis’ Book of Pleasur

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Band of Outsiders’ Intellectual Property, Inventory To Be Auctioned

BAND OF BIDS: Band of Outsiders’ intellectual property rights and inventory are to be put up for auction. According to a public notice placed in today’s weekly print issue of WWD and the Wall Street Journal, the brand’s secured creditor, Belgian fashion fund CLCC SA will hold a public auction on July 29 at the offices of its legal representation, Otterbourg P.C.
News that Band of Outsiders had canceled its fall line and laid off staff first broke on May 26. The label has since closed its retail operations at 70 Wooster Street, following a liquidation sale. A source close to the situation told WWD that CLCC SA gained peaceful possession of Band of Outsiders’ assets after the label was unable to make payment on a credit line of more than $ 2 million. Despite the label’s liquidation efforts, the inventory to be auctioned still includes more than 5,000 units, the source said.
It is understood that Alan Cohen of Abacus Advisors Group — who is overseeing next week’s auction — is taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to selling the brand’s intellectual property and inventory as a single asset or as separate entities. “They are going to take offers for both assets and individually…depending

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See the Property Brothers Like NEVER Before in This Super-Sexy Promo (You’re Welcome)

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Portable Property

Portable Property

What fueled the Victorian passion for hair-jewelry and memorial rings? When would an everyday object metamorphose from commodity to precious relic? In ‘Portable Property’, John Plotz examines the new role played by portable objects in persuading Victorian Britons that they could travel abroad with religious sentiments, family ties, and national identity intact. In an empire defined as much by the circulation of capital as by force of arms, the challenge of preserving Englishness while living overseas became a central Victorian preoccupation, creating a pressing need for objects that could readily travel abroad as personifications of Britishness. At the same time a radically new relationship between cash value and sentimental associations arose in certain resonant mementoes – in teacups, rings, sprigs of heather, and handkerchiefs, but most of all in books.’Portable Property’ examines how culture-bearing objects came to stand for distant people and places, creating or preserving a sense of self and community despite geographic dislocation.Victorian novels – because they themselves came to be understood as the quintessential portable property – tell the story of this change most clearly. Plotz analyzes a wide range of works, paying particular attention to George Eliot’s ‘Daniel Deronda’, Anthony Trollope’s ‘Eustace Diamonds’, and R. D. Blackmore’s ‘Lorna Doone’. He also discusses Thomas Hardy and William Morris’ vehement attack on the very notion of cultural portability. The result is a richer understanding of the role of objects in British culture at home and abroad during the Age of Empire.

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