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Prince Harry Told to “Get Over It” By Australian Radio Host

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Prince Harry Told to "Get Over It" By Australian Radio Host

An Australian radio broadcaster encouraged Prince Harry to “get over it” after he opened up about his trauma from his tours of duty in Afghanistan. Prince Harry 38, claims in his new Netflix show ‘Heart of Invictus’ that he was left in the “fetal position” and “bouncing off walls” after leaving the war-torn country during his ten years as a soldier.

Kyle Sandilands, a broadcaster, attacked the prince, saying, “I’m sick and tired of hearing about this little b—- prince whining… He constantly wants everyone to feel sorry for him. “We all struggle, but he must have struggled less than the rest of us.”

The host, who was homeless as a teen, made the remark on ‘The Kyle and Jackie O Show’ on Thursday when discussing Harry’s latest series.

In reference to the prince’s mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, he continued, “A lot of people have lost a parent and have not had the means to try and get some help.” They simply cannot afford it.”

He also questioned the veracity of Harry’s claim in his biography ‘Spare’ that he killed 25 Taliban while fighting in Afghanistan, saying the royal was shielded from danger “because he was the prince.”

Harry participated in combat for more than ten weeks in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, between 2007 and 2008, before returning to the area for a 20-week tour with the Army Air Corps from 2012 to 2013.

“You fought in a helicopter for a couple of weeks and you had to come back,” Kyle snarled.

“You don’t have PTSD — nothing — you didn’t see any action.” Where is all the action?

“When I was his age, I was homeless on the street, not living in a palace.” I didn’t have any help either, but I just got up and kept going, and look at me now. “I have no problems.”

Kyle continued, “These people are making money off your, off your sadness for them,” referring to Harry’s wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, 42, with whom he has son Archie, four, and daughter Lilibet, two. I can’t believe they’re that depressed. They are the source of the majority of their own troubles.

“She despises her family; he despises his family now that they’re together.” And all they do is complain about everyone.”

‘Heart of Invictus’ delves into the lives of injured and ill military veterans who compete in Harry’s Paralympic-style Invictus Games.

“I had that moment in my life where I didn’t know about it but because of the trauma of losing my mum when I was 12 — for all those years, I had no emotion, I was unable to cry, I was unable to feel,” he says on the episode on his mother’s death. I didn’t realise it at the time.”

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Kelly Osbourne recently referred to Prince Harry as a “whiner” in a fiery diatribe.

On the newest episode of the I’ve Had It podcast, which aired on June 20, the TV personality slammed the Duke of Sussex and called him a whiner.

“I believe Harry is a (expletive).” I do. ‘Woe is me, I’m the only one who’s ever had mental difficulties,’ he moans. “My life was so difficult,” the Osbournes star explained to podcast presenters Jennifer Welch and Angie ‘Pumps’ Sullivan.

“Everyone’s life is hard,” the reality star continued. You are the prince of a kingdom who dressed up as a Nazi and are now attempting to return as the Pope? “No. No,” he said, referring to a 2005 incident in which he dressed up like a Nazi for a friend’s birthday theme party.

Kelly’s criticism came in the wake of claims that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were close to signing a “mega-bucks” contract with fashion company Dior, just after the royal couple’s connection with Spotify ended.

Kelly also discussed her issues with drug addiction and her previous experience attending a rehabilitation programme in the interview.

“Rehab can be both the best thing that has ever happened to you and the most boring 28 days of your life, right?” “It’s all about what you put into it,” the reality star revealed.

“It changed everything,” Kelly said, “once you have an understanding and a diagnosis of what’s going on.”

Kelly said, “Every trick that my dad had, I learned, and it made me a worse drug addict,” when asked how she got this addiction.

“I masked my traces since I knew how… “I got better at hiding it and more manipulative,” she admitted.

If you thought the royal saga involving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be over soon, think again. And then again and again.

The couple continues to make news for everything from Prince Harry’s spat with The Daily Mirror to the end of Meghan’s Archetypes podcast on Spotify.

A Spotify executive has called Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “grifters,” explaining why the streaming music company will no longer carry the royal couple’s podcast, Archetypes.

Bill Simmons, Spotify’s head of podcast innovation and monetization, made the remarks on his own podcast, The Bill Simmons Podcast, on Friday, just one day after the news that Spotify and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had cancelled their deal.

In 2020, Harry and Markle inked a $20 million contract with Spotify and debuted Archetypes, a 12-episode first season in which Meghan interviewed friends and celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Mindy Kaling, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, Trevor Noah, and Serena Williams, among others.

Following its premiere in August 2022, it quickly rose to the number one podcast in seven international markets, including Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. It also received the People’s Choice Award for best podcast just six months ago in Los Angeles.

Simmons slammed the couple in a profanity-laced outburst, calling them “f-king grifters.”

“I wish I had been a part of the ‘Meghan and Harry leave Spotify’ deal.” The f-king swindlers. “That’s the podcast we should have launched with them,” Simmons said on his podcast on June 16th. “I need to get drunk one night and tell Harry about the Zoom I had with him to help him come up with a podcast idea.” It’s one of my favourite stories… Fuck them. “The swindlers.”

According to The Guardian, Simmons previously expressed displeasure with having to “share” Spotify with Prince Harry.

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Russell Brand Lashes Out At ‘Legacy Media’ For Trying To Silence Him

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Russell Brand attacks established media outlets as he confronts multiple sexual assault allegations and an ongoing police investigation in the United Kingdom.

Brand, 48, took to Rumble, a free-speech alternative to YouTube, to inform his 1.6 million followers that the allegations against him are part of a “legacy media” and “establishment narratives” campaign to suppress him. How do I know that the global media assault against free speech is in full swing? Brand said in his 20-minute video, “Guess!”

“Today, of course, we’re discussing the events of the past week, but in particular the collusion between big tech and the government and what appears to be a concerted effort by legacy media, the state, and big tech to silence independent media voices.”

The Forgetting The Sarah Marshall star stated that there is a concerted effort by the “Trusted News Initiative,” a collection of well-established global news organizations, to “cooperate with one another and corroborate one another to shut down what they believe to be their true enemy: independent media voices.”

Brand also implied that the allegations were part of a plan to discredit him due to his skepticism regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and his criticism of the mainstream media and “big tech sites.”


Russell Brand attacks established media outlets as he confronts multiple sexual assault allegations and an ongoing police investigation in the United Kingdom.

YouTube announced last week that it was removing the comedian’s ability to monetize his videos due to “serious allegations” against him. Brand noted that, fortunately, Rumble has yet to follow suit.

The British comedian then encouraged viewers to subscribe for $60 per year to gain access to his premium content.

At least four women have made allegations of “non-recent” sexual assault against the actor, which prompted the British police to launch an investigation on Monday, prompting Brand’s latest tirade.

The Sunday Times, The Times of London, and Channel 4’s Dispatches reported that one of the accusers is a 16-year-old. Another accused Brand in 2012 of having assaulted her in Los Angeles. Additionally, one of the women stated that he was physically and emotionally abusive.

Some women cited Brand’s newfound prominence as an online wellness influencer for their decision to speak out.

Detective Superintendent Andy Furphy of the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, who is conducting the investigation, told the Associated Press, “We continue to encourage anyone who believes they may have been a victim of a sexual offence to contact us, no matter how long ago it occurred.”


Russell Brand attacks established media outlets as he confronts multiple sexual assault allegations and an ongoing police investigation in the United Kingdom.

Brand’s previous comedic routines also began to resurface. In one clip from his BBC radio program The Russell Brand Show, he advises a 15-year-old to have a birthday celebration with a sexual theme.

“Assuming you are 16 years old, it is illegal for you to consume alcohol or use illegal drugs,” Brand said.

“Now, you will be legally allowed to have sexual partners,” he continued. Now, I believe the festivities should be themed around legal sex.

In a second viral video posted on X, Brand made a tasteless joke about having intercourse with women regardless of their “age, race, or whether or not they’re awake.”

“That’s the policy I use for women,” Brand said. “Hello, a woman is present. Let’s not get caught up in details such as age, ethnicity, or whether or not they’re awake. Simply get there and give them the greatest night of their lives.”

Before the allegations were made public earlier this month, Brand described the alleged encounters as “consensual” in an Instagram post.

“I have received two extremely disturbing letters, one from a mainstream media TV company and one from a newspaper, containing a laundry list of offensive and aggressive assaults. “Amongst this litany of astonishing, rather baroque attacks are some very serious accusations that I categorically refute,” he stated.

“When I was in the movies, I was extremely promiscuous, as I have written extensively about in my novels. During that period of promiscuity, every single relationship I had was consensual.”

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David McCallum, Star Of Hit TV Series ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ And ‘NCIS,’ Dies At 90

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LOS ANGELES — David McCallum, an adolescent heartthrob in the 1960s series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and the eccentric medical examiner in the popular series “NCIS” four decades later, has passed away. He was 90 years old.

CBS said that McCallum died of natural causes surrounded by family at New York Presbyterian Hospital on Monday.

“David was a talented actor and author who many people across the globe adored. CBS said, “He led an extraordinary life, and his legacy will live on through his family and the countless hours of film and television that will never disappear.”

McCallum, who was born in Scotland, had been successful in films such as “A Night to Remember” (about the Titanic), “The Great Escape,” and “The Greatest Story Ever Told” (as Judas). In the mid-1960s, “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” made the blond actor with the Beatles-inspired haircut a ubiquitous name.

The popularity of the James Bond novels and films spawned a proliferation of secret operatives on both large and small screens. According to Jon Heitland’s “The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Book,” Bond originator Ian Fleming contributed to developing “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”


CBS said that McCallum died of natural causes surrounded by family at New York Presbyterian Hospital on Monday.

Robert Vaughn portrayed Napoleon Solo, an agent in a covert, high-tech squad of crime fighters whose initials stood for United Network Command for Law and Enforcement. The program debuted in 1964. Despite the Cold War, the agency had international personnel, including McCallum as Solo’s Russian sidekick, Illya Kuryakin.

McCallum recalled that the role was initially relatively minor, adding in a 1998 interview, “I’d never heard of the word’sidekick’ before.”

The show received mixed reviews but eventually gained popularity, especially among teenage females drawn to McCallum’s good looks and enigmatic, intelligent character. By 1965, Illya was Vaughn’s primary partner, and both stars were mobbed during personal appearances.

The series ran until 1968. In 1983, Vaughn and McCallum reunited for the nostalgic television film “The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” in which the agents were coaxed out of retirement to save the world again.

McCallum returned to television in 2003 with another series featuring an agency with initials: CBS’s “NCIS.” He portrayed Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard, a nerdy pathologist for the Naval Criminal Investigation Service, which investigates offenses involving the Navy or Marines. Mark Harmon portrayed the leader of NCIS.

McCallum stated that he believed Ducky, who wore glasses and a bow tie and had an eye for beautiful women, “looked a little silly, but it was great fun to do.” He also took the position seriously, spending time in the coroner’s office in Los Angeles to learn how autopsies are conducted.


David McCallum, an adolescent heartthrob in the 1960s series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and the eccentric medical examiner in the popular series “NCIS”

Co-star Lauren Holly lamented his passing on X, formerly Twitter: “You were the kindest man. “We appreciate your being you.” The 20th-anniversary marathon of “NCIS” on Monday night will now include an “in memoriam” card in memory of McCallum.

Gradually gaining an audience, the show eventually made the list of top 10 programs. McCallum, who resided in New York, rented a one-bedroom flat in Santa Monica while “NCIS” was filmed.

“He was a scholar and a gentleman who was always gracious, a consummate professional, and never one to turn down a jest. Working with him from day one was a privilege; he never let us down. According to a statement from “NCIS” Executive Producers Steven D. Binder and David North, he was merely a legend.

McCallum’s work on “U.N.C.L.E.” earned him two Emmy nominations, and he received a third nomination for his role as an educator battling alcoholism in the 1969 Hallmark Hall of Fame film “Teacher, Teacher.”

In 1975, he portrayed the title character in a short-lived science fiction series titled “The Invisible Man,” from 1979 to 1982, he portrayed Steel in the British science fiction series “Sapphire and Steel.” Over the years, he has also made guest appearances on numerous television programs, including “Murder, She Wrote” and “Sex and the City.”

He appeared on Broadway in the 1968 comedy “The Flip Side” and in the 1999 revival of “Amadeus” starring Michael Sheen and David Suchet. Additionally, he acted in several off-Broadway productions.

McCallum was a longtime American citizen, telling The Associated Press in 2003, “I have always admired the freedom this country stands for and everything it stands for. And I reside here and enjoy voting here.”

In 1933, David Keith McCallum was born in Glasgow. His father played the violin, and his mother, David, played the cello. When David was 3 years old, the family migrated to London, where David Sr. played with the London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic.


David McCallum, an adolescent heartthrob in the 1960s series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and the eccentric medical examiner in the popular series “NCIS”

The young David studied the oboe at the Royal Academy of Music. He determined he wasn’t good enough, so he studied briefly at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before turning to theatre. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times in 2009, he stated, “I was a small, emaciated blonde with a sunken chest, so there weren’t a whole lot of roles for me.”

After completing his military service, he returned to London and began working in live television and film. In 1957, he appeared in “Robbery Under Arms” alongside Jill Ireland, an emerging Australian actress. The couple tied the knot in the same year.

McCallum was a member of the large ensemble of “The Great Escape” in 1963, and he and his wife became friends with Charles Bronson, who also appeared in the film. Ireland fell in love with Bronson, and she and McCallum divorced in 1967 after their separation. In 1968, she married Bronson.

McCallum stated in 2009, “Everything turned out well because shortly after that I met Katherine Carpenter, a former model, and we’ve been married for 42 years.”

Paul, Jason, and Valentine were McCallum’s three sons from his first marriage, and Peter and Sophie were his son and daughter from his second. Jason overdosed and perished.

“He was a genuine Renaissance man — he was fascinated by science and culture and would turn those passions into knowledge. As an example, according to a statement released by Peter McCallum, he was able to conduct a symphony orchestra and (if necessary) could execute an autopsy based on his decades-long preparation for his role on NCIS.

In 2007, while working on “NCIS,” McCallum told a reporter, “I’ve always felt that the harder I work, the more fortunate I become. I believe in serendipity, but I also believe that dedicating yourself to what you do is the greatest way to succeed in this life.”


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Spain Charges Pop Singer Shakira With Tax Evasion For A Second Time And Demands More Than $7 Million

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BARCELONA, SPAIN — Spanish prosecutors have charged Colombian pop sensation Shakira with failing to pay 6.7 million euros ($7.1 million) in tax on her 2018 earnings, authorities announced Tuesday. This is Spain’s most recent fiscal accusation against the Colombian singer.

Prosecutors in Barcelona alleged in a statement that Shakira used an offshore company based in a tax refuge to avoid paying the tax.

According to the statement, she has been notified of the allegations in Miami, where she resides.

Shakira is already scheduled to be tried in Barcelona on November 20 for a separate case involving her residence between 2012 and 2014. Prosecutors allege she neglected to pay 14.5 million euros in taxes in this instance.

Prosecutors in Barcelona have asserted that the Grammy winner spent more than fifty percent of the 2012-2014 period in Spain and thus should have paid taxes in the country, even though her official residence was in the Bahamas.


Spanish prosecutors have charged Colombian pop sensation Shakira with failing to pay 6.7 million euros ($7.1 million) in tax on her 2018 earnings.

Last July, Spanish tax officials launched a new investigation against Shakira. Prosecutors have decided to file charges after reviewing the evidence compiled over the past two months. No trial date has been set.

Llorente y Cuenca, the public relations firm previously managing Shakira’s affairs, had no immediate comment.

Last July, it was stated that the artist had “always complied with the law and followed the advice of her financial advisors.”

Since she began dating the now-retired football player Gerard Pique, Shakira, whose full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, has been linked to Spain. The couple, who have two children, resided in Barcelona until the end of their 11-year relationship last year.

In the past decade, Spain’s tax authorities have cracked down on football superstars such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo for not paying their entire tax obligations. These athletes were found guilty of tax evasion but were spared prison time due to a provision that enables judges to forego sentences of less than two years for first-time offenders.


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