There are SO MANY BETTER WAYS to raise money for legal expenses than what this woman did. Don't people host bake sales any more?
24-year-old Leeanna Brown of Elizabethtown, Kentucky was arrested last week for trying to raise money for her legal bills by . . . SELLING HER NEWBORN BABY DAUGHTER.
According to the police, she made a deal with her cousin to sell her the newborn baby for $5,000. Brown needed the money to pay some legal fees after being arrested this summer for first-degree possession of a controlled substance.
After the deal fell through, Brown ended up giving the baby to her cousin, Luonda Martin. She promised Luonda custody of the girl . . . but then showed up last week and wanted her baby back because she'd found another buyer.
Luonda went to the cops, and Brown was arrested for child endangerment.
Back on November 21st, 23-year-old Matthew Webb and his 24-year-old friend Audrey Mayo were hanging out on a rooftop in LaFayette, Georgia, when they saw some deer run by.
So Matthew grabbed his RIFLE and went looking for them. Audrey stayed behind, but at some point she thought she heard Matthew shouting her name. So she walked into the woods to look for him, and he ended up accidentally SHOOTING HER.
And she wasn't just grazed by the bullet. He shot her in the right KNEE, thinking she was a deer, and she almost bled out. Luckily, she survived. And when she woke up in the hospital several days later, Matthew was right there next to her.
Now, you'd expect Audrey to be pissed about the whole shattered knee thing. But instead, they started DATING.
Matthew is facing legal trouble . . . because he admitted he was on DRUGS when it happened . . . but he recently moved into Audrey's mom's house to help take care of Audrey while she recovers.
Meanwhile, she and her family say they don't blame Matthew, because it was an accident. And instead, they're trying to see the HUMOR in it.
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Great news for “Family Guy” fans: After being dead for almost two weeks, Brian Griffin is coming back to life on Dec. 15, still voiced by creator Seth MacFarlane.
If you missed it, Brian was run over by a car on November 24th in the episode "Life Of Brian" The producer of the show said "we thought it'd be a fun way to shake things up." It shook things up. Fans didn't like it at all and went to Change.org and started a major petition to get Brian back on the show which resulted in THOUSANDS of people signing it.
The episode’s details don’t reveal how Brian comes back to life, but it’s implied by the description that it has something to with Stewie’s “master plan to get the one and only thing he wants for Christmas.”