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Mother who had to fake her own DEATH to escape sex traffickers reveals how she turned her life around by becoming a coach to help other abuse survivors 'shake their shame'

***EXCLUSIVE*** CALIFORNIA, USA: This brave woman FAKED her own DEATH to escape SEX TRAFFICKERS before turning her trauma into a thriving SEX COACHING business - claiming it’s helped her LOVE HERSELF. Founder of „The O Factors”- a seven step programme dedicated to tantric therapy, Jennelle Gordon (37) from California, USA, was a victim of sex trafficking at the age of 19 and faked her own death to escape. The former army vet was discharged from the military due to an injury she sustained during initial training for the Gulf War and found herself without anywhere to go, her „extremist fundamental Christian cult” family had shunned her and she was without direction. Jennelle was picked up in Fort Hood Texas by a man who she believed cared about her and wanted to look after her, but within months she was drafted into his depraved world and pimped out to clients in exchange for cash. Eventually Jennelle escaped, but she soon fell into the clutches of a dangerous and violent who forced her into exotic dancing and sought to sexually exploit her. Jennelle eventually fled to Thailand where she found solstice in tantra - a spiritual Indian practice that is based on a set of spiritual practices that direct the universal energies into the practitioner, thereby leading to liberation.

A dad who attempted suicide told how it saved his life - after it led to a „silent killer” cancer diagnosis

***EXCLUSIVE*** Robert Allen, 38, reached rock bottom at the start of 2019, as he struggled with the demands of parenting. The dad-of-one had been plagued with anxiety about whether he could be a good father to his son, Cameron, now aged four. HMRC officer Robert felt exhausted by the demands of his toddler son, and felt he did not have the energy to play with him as often as the tot wanted.

Superyacht inspired by passenger plane design

A stunning new superyacht that could be mistaken for an airplane has been announced. The Codecasa Jet 2020 vessel takes design cues from the sleek fuselage of passenger planes. Italian company Codecasa Shipyards say they are aiming to set a new trend in the luxury boatbuilding industry, explaining: „Who said that sea and sky can just meet on the horizon?” The 70-metre yacht, from designer Fulvio Codecasa, features a large sun deck, with the preliminary project stating a total length of approximately 20 metres and a width of around 10 metres. The deck is provided with all comforts and facilities required to live at sea in total relaxation, such as a recessed 6x2 metre swimming pool, large sunbathing mattresses and a covered gymnasium. The sun deck has also a Beach Club, at the sea level, served by a lift and connected to a hallway and a skylounge, with large 3-metre-high windows, accommodating the salon and the main dining room. Accomodation sees a luxurious owner’s suite, with large windows which „feel like being in the sea”, while guests are accommodated in four sumptuous cabins in the lower deck. There is also a helipad and a double tender area for smaller craft.

Britain's littlest DJ: Year 1 pupil believed to be the youngest person in the UK to have hosted a radio show

***EXCLUSIVE*** Teyla Hopkins, aged six, presents a show on WaveWSM every week called Sunday Funday with her co-presenter and father Gary Hopkins. Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. A six-year-old has become Britain's youngest radio presenter - regularly co-presenting a radio show with her dad. The year one pupil, who has been working on the community radio show since August last year, helps pick the music that will be played during the show and she has an active role interviewing guests who come on the show too.

Adorable Scots couple to celebrate 75th anniversary after meeting at dance during World War 2

***EXCLUSIVE*** A couple who met as teenagers are celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary - and still believe it was love at first sight. Robert Snaddon, 93, and wife Alison, 91, met at a dance in 1944. They married the next year, when Alison was 16 years old and pregnant, which scandalised her family at the time. Three-quarters of a century later, and with their eyesight, hearing and mobility diminishing, the devoted pair still insist it was love at first sight.

'Rolls-Royce' designed by eccentric businessman who thought he could do better than the classic cars made by the real firm is set to fetch £30,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** You can't buy taste - An eccentric billionaires flight of fancy Rolls Royce creation is coming up for auction. Armenian oil magnate Nubar Gulbenkian's personal design was so wacky that Rolls Royce refused to build the car for him, and he had to commission coachbuilders Hoopers of London to make his sketches into reality. Known for his crazy, off the cuff nature, Gulbenkian, who was one of the world's richest men at the time, would regularly pen sketches of strange-looking vehicles before having them made for real. Estimated at £30,000, the unique survivor in partly restored state is now waiting for a new owner with deep pockets to bring the one off motor back to life.

This is what the new $600M b-21 stealth bomber will look like

Northrop Grumman received the contract to build the aircraft 2015, but, since then, only a single piece of official concept art of the aircraft had so far existed. The Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider is a proposed American heavy bomber under development by Northrop Grumman. As part of the Long Range Strike Bomber program (LRS-B), it is expected to enter service by 2025. It is to complement existing Rockwell B-1 Lancer, Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, and Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber fleets in U.S. service and eventually replace these bombers. Northrop Grumman said: ''The B-21 Raider will be capable of penetrating the toughest defenses to deliver precision strikes anywhere in the world, playing a vital role in America’s national security. As stated by the U.S. Secretary of Defense, the B-21 Raider will support America's defense strategy by forming the backbone of the Air Force's future strike and deterrent capabilities.''

A leading Surrey vets has saved the life of a mischievous cat who was brought to them after gobbling dozens of hairbands which became lodged in her intestines

***EXCLUSIVE*** The owners of Isabelle, aged four, felt a lump in her abdomen that seemed to appear overnight, so immediately took her to the vets. Vet Will Lever X-rayed and performed an ultrasound on Isabelle and was able to identify a foreign body in the gastrointestinal tract, specifically the small intestine. Will said: „A foreign body in the gastrointestinal tract can be life-threatening, so we rushed Isabelle straight in for emergency surgery. We opened the intestines and we were stunned to discover that Isabelle had eaten dozens of hairbands. We believe there were approximately 35 to 40. We removed all of the hairbands and the area was flushed with sterile saline to prevent infection. Isabelle woke well from her surgery and was soon up and about and eating again - albeit this time it was slightly more appropriate food!”.

Wildlife photographer spots two baboons on a goal post

Masai Mara, Kenya: Look at these goal hangers. A couple of male baboons were spotted perching on a set of Kenyan goal posts last month (in Jan). Wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein captured the scene as the one on the right calmly wandered over to its pal and almost caused it to fall off. Paul, a guide for Exodus Travels (www.exodus.co.uk), explains: „This is not a usual sight, the Masai Mara is not a usual game reserve. I spotted the two next to Ol Kiombo airstrip and asked the pilot to pause to observe the two large males. One approached the other, who swung under the bar to get away. It then swung back up to its crossbar seat when the invader retreated.”