Pressure is mounting every single day against NFL commissioner Roger Goodell over his handling of Ray Rice, the former Baltimore Ravens player who assaulted his now-wife. The NFL has insisted it had never seen the brutal video in which Rice punches his then-fiancée Janay Palmer in the head, knocking her unconscious, until TMZ released it on Monday. But on Wednesday, the Associated Press confirmed that a law enforcement official said that the NFL was sent the video in April and someone there acknowledged that it had been received and viewed.
Goodell has been sharply criticized for how he punished Rice, who received only a two-game suspension by the league (before he was dropped by the Ravens this week). Only in late August did the NFL update its personal conduct policy: now players will be suspended for six games for a first offense and banned by the league for a year for a second offense. Keep reading »
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So is it good timing or good publicity? Just days after Chris Brown plead guilty to assaulting Rihanna, Cover Girl decided to rerun television and print ads featuring the Barbados Beauty. They pulled the ads in February after photos of Rihanna’s bruised face and blackened eye surfaced online. The ads feature a smiling Rihanna in a gold dress and fishnets asking viewers to “turn up the light in your eyes.” [Daily Mail U.K.] Keep reading »
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