Ex-BBC presenter accused of child sex offences posed nearly naked for "Naughty But Nice" charity calendar

A former BBC presenter on trial for alleged child sex offences posed nearly naked for a “Naughty But Nice” charity calendar despite her claims of body confidence issues, a court heard.

Julie Wadsworth stripped off for the Children in Need photo-shoot, with one image showing her visible from the shoulders up in an over-sized golf bag and another portraying her as Lady Godiva.

The revelation came as Mrs Wadsworth was again tackled by the prosecution about her alleged body confidence issues.

The court also heard her husband had filmed an up-skirt video of his wife.

Julie Wadsworth is standing trial for alleged child sex offences with her husband Tony

She is on trial at Warwick Crown Court alongside spouse and former co-presenter Tony Wadsworth, with both accused of encouraging boys

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ex-bbc-presenter-accused-child-10542892

Naughty Dog Reportedly “Very, Very Impressed” with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

Everyone’s favorite bandicoot, Crash, will return soon with the N. Sane Trilogy remake. Developed by Vicarious Visions and scheduled for a launch on Sony’s PlayStation 4 on June 30th, N. Sane Trilogy is a collection of remakes of the first three titles in the franchise: Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes back and Warped.

As you probably recall if you’ve played the original games, they were developed by Naughty Dog at the time. Speaking with Metro GameCentral, Producer Kara Massie revealed that the team got “overwhelmingly positive” feedback from Naughty Dog on Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy.

Personally, our dev team didn’t check in with them or anything. But through Sony, Naughty Dog has seen and played the games at a few different stages. And we’ve had feedback from them, and overwhelming it’s been positive. They’re very, very impressed, and quite touched, that we’re doing right by their original games.


Read more at: http://wccftech.com/naughty-dog-impressed-crash-trilogy/

They lined up like naughty schoolchildren – Donald Trump reads the riot act to Nato leaders

They might be Prime Ministers, Presidents and Chancellors in their own countries, but when the 27 Nato leaders lined up to listen to Donald Trump outside the alliance’s new billion-euro headquarters in Brussels, they looked like naughty schoolchildren at assembly.

EU leaders had promised to mount a charm offensive with Mr Trump, but the ever-forthright US president was clearly in no mood for niceties as he took the podium beside a twisted fragment of wreckage from New York’s Twin Towers.

Mr Trump had come to Brussels – a city he infamously referred to as a “hellhole” – to make plain that America is fed up with picking up the tab for Europe’s security: some 70% of all Nato spending comes from Washington.

Read more at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/25/lined-like-naughty-schoolchildren-donald-trump-reads-riot/