Australian girls gone wild

Duration: 8min 23sec Views: 813 Submitted: 02.09.2019
Category: Scissoring
Conservative, rigid and dowdy are words not usually associated with actress, musician and fashion designer Jada Pinkett Smith. But in her latest role as nurse and divorced mother-of-two Lisa Cooper in the raucous comedy Girls Trip, these are traits she embodies. Another plus was Lisa getting to experience a little romance with handsome younger guy Malik played by Kofi Siriboe. Girls Trip also gave Pinkett Smith the opportunity to work with Queen Latifah for the first time in 20 years — the pair starred together in movie Set It Off. Growing up Pinkett Smith was friends with artist Tupac Shakur before he became famous. Pinkett Smith says she has quite a few things in the pipeline.

Girls Gone Wild targets schoolies

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The trouble was sparked following the final whistle, as an Australia player was pushed to the ground after a verbal exchange with an opposition player. Having seen their teammate take a tumble, Aussie captain Tameka Butt charged across the pitch to grab the perceived offender, and then all hell broke loose. Both teams, including the respective backroom staff, suddenly found themselves grappling with one-another, with a series of kicks and punches thrown in the ensuing melee. According to reports, once order had been restored and the teams left the field, the Australian women were pelted with plastic water bottles hurled from the Chinese home crowd.

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If we get into a fight," says Jamie, "you're not gonna call the cops on us, are you? Jamie and Leeyah, 18 and 17 at the time respectively, along with another teenage girl, were crossing a road on their way to meet their drug dealer in Toongabbie when they spotted a woman parking her car and, more importantly, the handbag on her lap. Leeyah lunged at the open window, grabbed the handbag and pulled the driver from the car. She then jumped behind the wheel and threw the bag on the floor while Jamie leaped into the passenger side and the third girl dove into the back.
Perth lawyer John Hammond says no legal action should be taken against woman who filmed "girls gone wild" video. Photo: Facebook. John Hammond said the girls would have to make a complaint to the police, who could then prosecute the woman who filmed them under the Surveillance Devices Act.