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Mick Jagger's daughter arrested

<p>The daughter of the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been arrested in Spain following a hostile altercation with police. </p> <p>Jade Jagger, 51, has being accused of going on a drunken tirade and allegedly assaulting several national police officers in Ibiza, Spain, according to reports by <a href="https://pagesix.com/2023/05/18/mick-jaggers-daughter-jade-arrested-for-assaulting-police-report/" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><em>Page Six</em></a>. </p> <p>The reports claim that Jagger became "very aggressive and violent" when police were called to help mediate an altercation she was involved in at a restaurant. </p> <p>Jade and one of her friends involved in the confrontation were reportedly under the influence of alcohol or "some type of substance". </p> <p>Before the police were called, the British jewellery designer had a disagreement with restaurant staff, while her male companion began allegedly “shouting, threatening and insulting” them. </p> <p>The police then arrived at the restaurant to defuse the situation, where Jade's friend "pounced" on the officers, while Jade was allegedly heard shouting “stupid police” and other rude remarks. </p> <p>It is unclear if Jade remains in police custody, but a local Spanish outlet states she is expected to be “brought to justice” at some point on Friday.</p> <p>Jade is one of Mick’s eight children. She is his only child with ex-wife Bianca Jagger.</p> <p>The Rolling Stones frontman also shares daughter Karis, 52, with actress Marsha Hunt; daughters Elizabeth, 39, and Georgia May, 31, and sons James, 37, and Gabriel, 25, with ex-wife Jerri Hall; son Lucas, 24, with model Luciana Morad Gimenez; and son Deveraux, 6, with girlfriend Melanie Hamrick.</p> <p><em>Image credits: Getty Images</em></p>

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Mum breaks down after people make fun of her baby’s name

<p dir="ltr">A tearful mum-fluencer has taken to TikTok to call out the “cruel” adults making fun of her son’s name.</p> <p dir="ltr">Liana Jade and her partner Connor Darlington often post videos about their lifestyle, pregnancy and parenting, racking up over 2.7 million followers on Youtube.</p> <p dir="ltr">The couple have an eight-month-old son, with an unusual name that is meaningful to them- Koazy, pronounced “cosy”.</p> <p dir="ltr">Jade was minding her business when it was brought to her attention that people had mentioned her son’s name in another influencer’s video.</p> <p dir="ltr">In an episode of The Unplanned Podcast hosted by US couple Matt and Abby Howard, the pair discussed unusual baby names and said that quirky choices for baby names in 2023 were becoming “ridiculous”.</p> <p dir="ltr">They also mentioned that it’s not a great idea to name your child something quirky, especially when they become adults.</p> <p dir="ltr">Although they didn’t mention Koazy’s name specifically, the people in their comment section were more relentless, as they began ripping at Koazy’s name.</p> <p dir="ltr">Visibly upset, Jade posted her own TikTok and explained why she chose that name.</p> <p dir="ltr">“People have said we called him Koazy because he was cosy in the womb,” she said.</p> <p dir="ltr">“But no. It was a name we already had and as I was getting so heavily pregnant, people were saying ‘he’s so cosy in your belly’.</p> <p dir="ltr">“It confirmed to us that is what we should name him... we were like ‘Oh my God, it’s meant to be’.”</p> <p dir="ltr">Jade also mentioned that she understood Koazy’s name wasn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea and that “everyone is entitled to their own opinion”.</p> <p dir="ltr">“But it’s just different when there’s this comment section open on such a big influencer’s video of people, fully grown adults, just sat there slandering my baby’s name.</p> <p dir="ltr">“I think it’s quite cruel – and if I had posted that video personally, I think I would have been very mindful of who was being named and how that can have an effect on other people,” she said.</p> <p dir="ltr">Jade’s <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@lianajadee/video/7209646914298449158" target="_blank" rel="noopener">TikTok</a> has since gone viral with over 6.8 million views, and fans have supported her right to name her child whatever she liked.</p> <p dir="ltr">“Koazy is a lovely name,” one person wrote.</p> <p dir="ltr">“Everyone has an opinion, but a name is personal to the parents who chose it and shouldn’t be judged by anyone else. Stay strong,” commented another.</p> <p dir="ltr">The Howards have since turned the comments off their podcast.</p> <p dir="ltr"><em>Image: Instagram, TikTok</em></p> <p dir="ltr"> </p>

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Body language expert reveals “telling” signs Michael Clarke lied

<p>A body language expert has weighed in on the infamous public scuffle where former Cricketer, Michael Clarke, was accused of cheating on his girlfriend, Jade Yarbrough.</p> <p>Louanne Ward, an Australian relationship expert, told <em>The Daily Mail</em> that some of Clarke's words and actions were indicative of him not telling the truth.</p> <p>The first sign that Clarke wasn't being truthful was when he took his shirt off to try and "make himself look bigger".</p> <p>"People....often make really big, bold gestures in an attempt to intimidate, look at the way Michael was walking in that video and you'll notice his arms are rounded and splayed," she said.</p> <p>She also told <em>The Daily Mail</em> that removing his shirt is a "fight response".</p> <p>The second sign the expert identified was the rising inflections in his voice as he pleaded with his girlfriend.</p> <p>"When someone is not telling the truth, their voice goes up a little bit at the end of a word," she highlighted.</p> <p>"You'll notice that you can definitely hear the inflections in Michael's voice when he speaks to Jade".</p> <p>Another "telling" sign was Clarke's choice to deflect the argument back to Jade.</p> <p>"Go, hit me ... do it again. You're wrong, you're f**king wrong," Clarke deflected in the video.</p> <p>The expert said that in choosing to say "you're wrong" instead of "I", "he's not taking any responsibility," which could be "indicative of guilt".</p> <p>Another subtle sign, according to the expert, was that he "kept shuffling his feet while he was standing with Jade", which is a natural response.</p> <p>The expert said that when people are being accused of something, "the limbic brain - which controls our behavioural and emotional responses - switches on and freezes body responses."</p> <p>"So when he can't keep his feet still, that could seem to be a sign of something not quite right".</p> <p>The last tell-tale sign was that he tried to invade Jade's personal space despite her walking away from him.</p> <p>"Clearly, Michael got slapped and that's a big invasion of personal space," said the expert.</p> <p>"But when someone tries to remove themselves from the situation like Jade walked off, and you go and follow them and get back in their space".</p> <p>The expert said that it's impossible to tell if someone is lying based on their body language alone and that we should look out for clusters of behaviours.</p> <p>"If they have three different things, then you can certainly tell that if they're not being dishonest, then there is something that is making them exceptionally uncomfortable, it's important to look at all aspects of their behaviour," she said.</p> <p><em>Image: Getty</em></p>

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Karl Stefanovic and Michael Clarke caught in public scuffle over cheating claims

<p>Australian cricket legend Michael Clarke and TV personality Karl Stefanovic have been filmed in a fight over cheating claims while holidaying in Noosa.</p> <p>The incident occurred on January 10 and was released to <em>The Daily Telegraph</em> on Wednesday.</p> <p>Clarke and Stefanovic were having dinner with their partners, Jade and Jasmine Yarbrough, when their friendly dinner was cut short as Jade confronted Clarke after she reportedly contacted the former cricketer's ex-partner Pip Edwards.</p> <p>“You f**ked her on December 17 … You f**ked her, you’re a f**king dog,” Jade screamed.</p> <p>Clarke vigorously denied the accusations, saying that he was with their celebrity accountant friend Anthony Bell.</p> <p>"Baby, baby, Belly was at the house. I swear on my life, I swear at my life… That's not true, it's not true," he continued.</p> <p>Jade refuted, saying that his ex-partner told her about it: "You're f**king lying to me. You are a piece of s**t. I just spoke to her. What is wrong with you?"</p> <p>At this moment, her sister Jasmine and Stefanovic tried to intervene, which led to Clarke taking his anger out on the TV show host.</p> <p>"Karlos, I can tell you now c**t, don't you f**king walk away. She can, she can punch me, but not you, you c**t," Clarke said.</p> <p>Jade continued to yell at Clarke and hit him.</p> <p>“You piece of s**t, don’t you f**king speak to him,” she defended her brother-in-law.</p> <p>Clarke insisted that Jade was wrong, to which Jade retorted: "Oh am I wrong? You f**ked her [Edwards] on December 17, you f**ked her… you're a f**king dog… I'm going to show her every f**king message you ever f**king sent me".</p> <p>The video footage ended with Jasmine and Bell separating the couple.</p> <p>In a statement to <em>The Daily Telegraph</em>, the former cricketer accepted full responsibility for his actions.</p> <p>“I’m absolutely gutted I’ve put people I hold in the highest regard in this position,” he said. “My actions in the lead-up to this altercation were nothing short of shameful and regrettable.</p> <p>“I am shattered that because of my actions I’ve drawn women of class and integrity, and my mates, into this situation.”</p> <p>“I own this fully and am the only one at fault.”</p> <p>Clarke’s ex, Edward, also released a statement, hitting back with: “This is not my circus"</p> <p>“Yet again, Michael in his true nature has not taken responsibility for his actions and I was blatantly lied to," she said.</p> <p>Karl Stefanovic has yet to release a statement, with the topic being ignored on today's segment of <em>The Today Show</em>.</p> <p><em>Image: Getty, The Daily Telegraph, 7News</em></p>

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