Lawyer Brittany Barnett told Daily that Kardashian will ask President Trump to grant Alice Johnson clemency in an anticipated meeting this afternoon.'No greater gift than freedom on her birthday,' Barnett said of the 63-year-old petitioning for a pardon.A valet at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Sydney rammed a 0,000 Porsche right under a parked Subaru.
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He said that she, along with other alt-right fanatics, use the black people are monkey memes because 'we have a white trash racist president.' A couple has been caught walking out of a Baby Kingdom store in Sydney with a pram.
The footage has divided viewers as to whether the pair intentionally stole the pram or simply had 'baby brain.' Footage of the brazen couple was posted on the store's Facebook page on Thursday.
Kardashian has a confirmed meeting with Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser and the president's son-in-law.
Barnett said it was her 'hope' that Kardashian would also have an opportunity to make Johnson's case to the president.
A heartbroken multi-millionaire will take the next year off to mourn the death of his wife, asking family and friends to 'bear with him' during that time.
Reclusive property developer Isaac Wakil announced the death of his wife Susan, 84, on Monday after a long battle with illness.
The rowdy Russian claims his own reputation of excess has been somewhat exaggerated, and claimed the Australian 25-year-old 'has got all the records' as far as partying is concerned. Victoria's acting police chief Wendy Steendam said hundreds of officers could have been involved in the mass falsification of a quarter of a million roadside alcohol breath tests over past five years.
Whether it's mysterious holes, random buttons or unusual pockets, there are hundreds of pieces of clothing that feature all kinds of weird and wonderful hidden features. Here, FEMAIL looks at some of the most common clothing features - from holes in leggings to sewn shut pockets.
Shot in a far-flung location with crystal clear waters, pastel-blue skies and sand as far as the eye can see, at first glance this bikini campaign looks like many others.
But look a little closer and you'll notice something different about the latest Moana bikini campaign, shared exclusively with Daily Mail Australia.
Teaming up with the Any Body body-positive models Georgia Gibbs (right of left, left of centre and left of right) and Kate Wasley (left of left, right of centre and right of right), Karina Irby (centre) stars in the Who Runs The World campaign herself - alongside a host of models in all different shapes and sizes.