Costa Rica: Celebs Rumors


Bob Iger Named Knight of British Empire by Late Queen Elizabeth II

decorated as an Honorary Knight of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) by Queen Elizabeth II, who approved the award prior to her death.The honorary award given to recipients who are not U.K. citizens is the second-highest rank in the order and is designated for individuals who have made “a pre-eminent contribution in any field of activity,” per the Honours’ website.

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Fugitive yoga teacher who 'gunned down love rival' had '£5K plastic surgery receipt'
shot dead had a receipt for over £5,400 in plastic surgery under a fake name. Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, is wanted for the alleged murder of Anna Moriah 'Mo' Wilson in Austin, Texas, US, on May 11 after discovering she had been seeing her boyfriend Colin Strickland.Armstrong vanished with her sister's passport and fled the country following her suspected jealous rage against 25-year-old professional cyclist Wilson.READ MORE: 'Teacher's pet' killer guilty of murdering wife in 1982 over affair with teen babysitterA search warrant on the alleged killer's possessions found a receipt for $6,360 (£5,400) issued by a plastic surgery in Costa Rica to Armstrong's apparent pseudonym 'Alisson Paige' on June 23.Detectives also dug out a boarding pass for a flight from Newark, New Jersey, to Costa Rica; clothes, small wallets, credit cards under various names, an iPhone, several different currencies and a driver's licence.US Marshals obtained a warrant for Armstrong's arrest on a charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution following a charge of first-degree murder.The fugitive was arrested at a hostel on Santa Teresa Beach and her legal team says she urgently "wants her day in court" in a speedy trial despite a massive backlog of cases awaiting trial.