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Elizabeth Chambers says she’s focused on ‘healing’ amid Armie Hammer’s sexual assault investigation

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Elizabeth Chambers says she’s focused on “healing” while her soon-to-be ex-husband, Armie Hammer, is at the center of a sexual assault investigation.

The TV personality, 38, did an impromptu Q&A on Instagram, soliciting respectful questions — and was asked why she’s been quiet on social media. 

“Focusing on healing, my babes and work,” the mom of two replied. “A lot I’ve wanted to share, but hasn’t felt right [at this moment].”

It’s been a doozy of moment in Chambers’s life. In July, she and Hammer announced they’re divorcing after more than a decade. They had been in the Cayman Islands amid the pandemic and she remained there with their kids, while the Call Me By Your Name and The Social Network actor returned stateside.

Hammer, 34, wasn’t able to return to the Cayman Islands to visit their kids until Christmas and it was quite a trip, necessitating a public apology to Miss Cayman, but that was just the start of it. Around that time, graphic messages allegedly sent by the actor to different women between 2016 and 2020 (including while he was married) surfaced online and made headlines due to their BDSM nature. Some were to a woman named Effie (she hasn’t revealed her last name), who has since come forward to publicly accuse Hammer of sexual assault, stemming from an incident in 2017. Other women who were linked to Hammer have also spoken out claiming Hammer was physically and emotionally abusive.

(Screenshot: Elizabeth Chambers via Instagram)

Hammer has denied the sexual assault allegation and his attorney has said any interactions he’s ever had with partners “were completely consensual.” However, the Los Angeles Police Department said Hammer is the suspect in a sexual assault investigation.

Hammer has lost multiple movie roles amid his scandal-plagued year. Last week, he confirmed he was dropping out the Broadway production of The Minutes amid the investigation. He said in a statement, “Right now I need to focus on myself and my health for the sake of my family.”

A source close to Chambers said she was “horrified” by the sexual assault allegation, according to Entertainment Tonight. In February, prior to the rape claim but after other women accused him of being emotionally manipulative and abusive, Chambers made rare comments about her ex, saying, “I am shocked, heartbroken, and devastated. Heartbreak aside, I am listening, and will continue to listen and educate myself on these delicate matters. I didn’t realize how much I didn’t know.”

While taking fan questions Wednesday, Chambers said also said it’s been healing to be in Grand Cayman during the pandemic — and this crazy time in her life. But said it’s not a permanent move.

“No, we’re not here to stay,” she wrote. “L.A. will always be home, but beyond grateful for our Cayman family and this incredible island for protecting my babes and me during these wild times.” 

(Screenshot: Elizabeth Chambers via Instagram)

(Screenshot: Elizabeth Chambers via Instagram)

She said the “normalcy” provided by her remote living situation has been good for her and the kids.

Chambers — who was a news correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood, also shared some photos of her Easter celebration with her children, Harper and Ford. The trio was also dressed up for a sunny visit with the Easter bunny.

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Liam Payne Pays Tribute To Prince Philip With Stunning Hand Painted Portrait

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Liam Payne is paying tribute to Prince Philip.

The former One Direction member, 27, took to his Instagram story on Friday showing off the painting he created in honour of the late royal.

Payne shared a series of photos of the portrait, taking fans through his stages of creation until it was finished.

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“Beginning something really special I hope,” Payne captioned one of the photos. “Taking shape long way to go.”

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In the final photo, the “Strip That Down” singer wrote, “Rest in peace HRH Prince Philip. A small tribute to you, thank you for your service.”

The Duke Of Edinburgh died last week. He was 99.

His funeral will take place on Saturday at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor.


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Medical Minute: Brain tumors, risk factors, signs & symptoms

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Emmy-winning news anchor Jovita Moore underwent surgery to remove two small brain tumors early Friday morning.

Jovita worked as a news reporter and anchor at Channel 2 Action News for two decades.

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Just before going on the air Monday, Jovita told Channel 2’s Justin Farmer that she wasn’t feeling well.

Later, as she walked through a grocery store parking lot, she felt lightheaded. “I was walking. I remember walking across parking lot and feeling like I wasn’t going to make it to the door. I was walking like in quicksand,” Jovita said.

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She was rushed to an emergency room, where a brain scan revealed two small brain masses.

Jovita told co-workers she was sometimes “forgetful, disoriented and just not feeling myself.”

What is a Brain Tumor?

A brain tumor occurs when abnormal brain cells clump together to form a mass. As the tumor grows, it presses on the surrounding tissue. Eventually, the pressure on surrounding structures causes symptoms, such as in Jovita’s case.

Brain tumors can remain in the brain or metastasize (spread) elsewhere in the body.

Cancer in other parts of the body, such as the lungs, can metastasize to the brain.

Tumors may be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).

What are the risk factors for a brain tumor?

A family history of cancer is one of the risk factors. About 5 to 10 percent of all cancers are hereditary.

Brain tumors are diagnosed more often in Caucasians and biracial, mixed people.

Certain chemicals, such as industrial cleaners, solvents, or medications can increase your risk for brain cancer.

Exposure to radiation can also increase risk.

According to the American Brain Tumor Association, people who never had childhood chicken pox are at greater risk of getting brain tumors.

Signs and symptoms of a brain tumor

Signs and symptoms of a brain tumor depends on the type, size, and location of the tumor within the brain. The space surrounding the brain inside the skull doesn’t allow for much wiggle room. A tumor, or even an aneursym, will press on surrounding tissues causing noticeable signs and symptoms.

Signs & symptoms include:

  • Headache
  • Dizziness, lightheadedness, vertigo
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Loss of balance
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Confusion, disorientation
  • Change in mental status
  • Memory loss
  • Hand tremors
  • Difficulty walking
  • Numbness or tingling on one side of the body
  • Difficulty speaking
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    How are brain tumors diagnosed?

    Your doctor will order diagnostic tests and perform a physical exam. The doctor will use an ophthalmoscope to visualize your optic nerves inside your eues. The scope shines a light in your eyes to see if your pupils are unequal or dilated.

    Diagnostic tests include CT scan, MRI, angiography and skull X-rays.

    How are brain tumors treated?

    Treatment depends on the type, size, and location of the tumor. The most common treatment is surgery to remove the tumor.

    Surgery can also be combined with chemotherapy and radiation.

    There are risks involved with brain surgery, such as loss of mobility, loss of speech and paralysis. Post-surgical infection is also likely.

    Patients may temporarily lose the ability to walk or speak after surgery, depending on the location of the tumor that was removed.

    Some patients will require physical therapy or speech therapy after surgery.

    This has been your Medical Minute.
     

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    Courteney Cox Channels Monica Geller in Hilarious Instagram Video

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    Courteney Cox is showing how much she has in common with her Friends character Monica Geller!

    The 56-year-old actress posted a hilarious Instagram reel on Thursday (April 15) where she revealed that she shares a love of organization with her iconic character.

    “Tell me you’re a Monica without telling me you’re a Monica,” Courteney says at the start of the clip, before pulling out a drawer of perfectly arranged cooking utensils, her uniform spice drawer and neatly organized pantry.

    She ends the video by giving the camera a little shrug and saying, “I know.”

    The video was a hit with some of Courteney‘s famous friends.

    Erin Foster commented, “Classic Monica,” while comedian Whitney Cummings wrote, “Hahahahhaha.”

    Sarah Hyland was very impressed by Courteney‘s organization skills, writing, “I had an orgasm when that drawer opened.”

    The cast of Friends just wrapped filming for their HBO Max reunion special. Check out the details here!

    You can also grab a Friends-themed face mask just in time for the reunion.


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