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King Charles won't extend Meghan 'olive branch,' Adam Levine to perform and more top entertainment headlines

King Charles won’t give ‘olive branch’ to Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to join working royals, expert claims Adam Levine still set to perform in Las Vegas with Maroon 5 amid cheating scandal Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican; gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment’ Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican and gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment.’ (Photo by Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images) Nicola Peltz says Victoria and David Beckham are 'great in-laws,' denies any conflict in the family Tori Spelling posts rare picture of her out to dinner with her mom Candy and brother Randy Wynonna Judd says she cries 'a lot' after her mother Naomi Judd's death: 'I feel joy and sorrow' Wynonna Judd (left) appeared with her mother, Naomi Judd, at the CMT Awards on April 11.  (Getty Images) ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy reveals secret behind lasting romance with 'Happy Days' actress Linda Purl Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed at Tyler Perry’s home during ‘difficult time’ with royal family Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama' Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama.' (Getty Images) Camilla thought Prince Harry’s idea of bringing in a mediator to heal rift was ‘ridiculous,’ author claims   Facebook Instagram YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Fox News First Stephanie Giang-Paunon is an Entertainment Writer for Fox News Digital.
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King Charles won't extend Meghan 'olive branch,' Adam Levine to perform and more top entertainment headlines
King Charles won’t give ‘olive branch’ to Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to join working royals, expert claims Adam Levine still set to perform in Las Vegas with Maroon 5 amid cheating scandal Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican; gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment’ Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican and gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment.’ (Photo by Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images) Nicola Peltz says Victoria and David Beckham are 'great in-laws,' denies any conflict in the family Tori Spelling posts rare picture of her out to dinner with her mom Candy and brother Randy Wynonna Judd says she cries 'a lot' after her mother Naomi Judd's death: 'I feel joy and sorrow' Wynonna Judd (left) appeared with her mother, Naomi Judd, at the CMT Awards on April 11.  (Getty Images) ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy reveals secret behind lasting romance with 'Happy Days' actress Linda Purl Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed at Tyler Perry’s home during ‘difficult time’ with royal family Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama' Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama.' (Getty Images) Camilla thought Prince Harry’s idea of bringing in a mediator to heal rift was ‘ridiculous,’ author claims   Facebook Instagram YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Fox News First Stephanie Giang-Paunon is an Entertainment Writer for Fox News Digital.
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Ashley Judd recalls holding mother Naomi as she died, asks for privacy
discovering her mother Naomi after her suicide in April.Judd, 54, described “the most shattering day of [her] life” in a personal essay in the New York Times, recalling finding her mother still alive and holding her.“The trauma of discovering and then holding her laboring body haunts my nights,” Judd wrote.While all Judd wanted to do was comfort her mom, law enforcement officers began interviewing her and kept her away from Naomi during the last moments of her life, leaving her feeling “cornered and powerless.”“I wanted to be comforting her, telling her how she was about to see her daddy and younger brother as she ‘went away home,’ as we say in Appalachia,” Judd said. “Instead, without it being indicated I had any choices about when, where and how to participate, I began a series of interviews that felt mandatory and imposed on me that drew me away from the precious end of my mother’s life.”Judd felt as though the officers were making her out to be a “possible suspect” just moments after she found her mother’s body.“The men who were present left us feeling stripped of any sensitive boundary, interrogated and, in my case, as if I was a possible suspect in my mother’s suicide,” she recalled.Naomi died by suicide at 76 years old from a self-inflicted gun wound on April 30 after years of struggling with mental illness.In the months since Naomi’s passing, many details of her death have been released to the public, including videos, images and family interviews, and Judd is now fighting to get her family privacy. “I don’t know that we’ll be able to get the privacy we deserve…I do know that we’re not alone,” Judd said in her essay.
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Naomi Judd's Family Asks Court to Seal Death Investigation Records
Naomi Judd's family is asking a judge to seal police reports and recordings made during the course of its investigation into the legendary country singer's death.The family's legal team filed the petition -- provided to the Associated Press -- Friday in Williamson County Court and said that, should the police reports and recordings be made available to the public, it would bring «significant trauma and irreparable harm» to the family. Some of the other reasons as to why the family doesn't want the records released includes that disclosing the report would reveal medical records and conversations family members had with police during the probe.In a statement submitted with the petition, Naomi's widow, Larry Strickland, said he didn't know that his interviews with police were being recorded, and that he shared personal and private information to assist police.Ashley Judd also provided a statement, in which she said she was in «clinical shock, active trauma and acute distress» during her conversations with police. She added that she does not want video, audio and photos to permanently stay in the public domain, and that it would haunt their family for generations, the AP reported.Also in the petition — filed on behalf of Strickland, Ashley and Wynonna Judd -- are details that Ashley found her mother alive after she shot herself, per the AP. The filing shows Ashley stayed by her mother's side for a half hour before help arrived. According to the petition, a number of media outlets in Tennessee have already filed public records requests relating to Naomi's death investigation.
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