The billionaires are funding an ambitious 0 million (£76 million) project known as 'Breakthrough Listen', which will listen for signals from ET on Proxima b, a rocky planet that is just four light years away.Mark Burton claims that Carrey lied about having STDs and then dumped White when she went to get tested in a revised complaint, filed Thursday in the Superior Court of the State of California.The amended lawsuit alleges White, 30, learned in 2013 that Carrey had given her Herpes Type 1, Herpes Type 2 and gonorrhea, and that he pressured her to keep quiet by signing a contract.
The footage, released by the Gwinnett County Police Department, shows the intruders busting through the front door and rummaging the house in the attempted robbery in Gwinnett, Georgia. However a third intruder, Antonio Leeks, 28, of Atlanta, was shot and killed in the home invasion.
Seconds after entering the home, the owner comes out her bedroom with a handgun and fires several shots at the armed suspects (main), WSB TV 2 reported. He was found dead from his injuries in the driveway of the home.
An anonymous hacker known as Mas has tried to sell thousands of private images from Pippa Middleton's i Cloud account, of parties, and even the royal children.
Miss Middleton's lawyers have been informed and the police are to be informed in due course, according to a spokesman for the former party planner.
It follows the hacks of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
Miss Middleton, left, recently became engaged to James Matthews, with whom she is pictured right, and the photos are said to include wedding dresses.The hacker said it was a 'vast source'of images which he or she did not want or intend to keep for long.Created by Professor Eric Schwitzgebel, from the University of California, the quiz looks at someone's levels of 'jerkitude' by assessing how they react to situations. A unique and sprawling mansion built 'in response to homophobia' has been awarded Grade-II listed status as part of a project recognising Britain's 'queer history'.St Ann's Court in Surrey (pictured) was home to stockbroker Gerald Schlesinger and celebrated landscape architect Christopher Tunnard (inset, left).The property was masterfully designed so that the couple's bedroom could be split into two separate rooms (right) - enabling them to keep their relationship a secret at a time when homosexuality was a criminal offence.Designed in 1936 by the renowned architect Sir Raymond Mc Grath, the Grade-II listed three-floor property boasts a spiral staircase, 200-year-old wisteria, and a coach house.