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Ariel Winter has been switching up her hair ever since her longstanding show “Modern Family” ended earlier this year. After being a brunette for over a decade while playing Alex Dunphy, she went wild with color. She immediately colored her dark hair a fiery red then went blonde.

After rocking the platinum blonde loo, she recently made her big debut as a fun pink-haired starlet over Labor Day weekend. “Pinkie Pie spotted in the wild on Labor Day: a slideshow 🎀,” she wrote while introducing the new look.

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‘The Vow’s Clare Bronfman Sentenced to 81 Months in Nxivm Case

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The Vow is still rolling out new episodes on HBO Max each week, but the Nxivm case is unfolding in real-time. Today, Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for her role in the sex cult that made women slaves and branded them with leader Keith Raniere‘s initials, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

Bronfman, who was sentenced in federal court in Brooklyn today, was immediately taken into custody. In today’s sentencing, federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis of the Eastern District of New York said Bronfman “used her incredible wealth as a means of intimidation, threat and exacting revenge on individuals who challenged [Nxivm’s] dogmas,” according to Deadline. Bronfman was immediately taken into custody to begin her 81-month sentence, which exceeds the five years recommended by prosecutors.

Last year, Bronfman pled guilty to conspiracy to conceal and harbor people who were in the US illegally for unpaid “labor and services,” and fraudulent use of identification. Bronfman denied that she knew about the allegations of abuse surrounding DOS, Nxivm’s all-female secret society which required members to submit “collateral” in the form of humiliating photos or video, obey their “master” as a “slave,” and starve themselves by severely restricting their calories.

During her sentencing, Judge Garaufis said that Bronfman’s case was not “not about an isolated incident of credit card fraud or a run-of-the-mill case of harboring illegal aliens for financial gain,” even though she was not convicted of crimes like racketeering or sex trafficking, according to CNN. “Ms. Bronfman’s crimes were not committed in a vacuum,” Garaufis said. “They were committed in connection with her role in Nxivm and her close relationship with Raniere, and I believe that it would be inappropriate for me to consider them divorced from that context.”

In last month’s letter to the court, Bronfman stood behind Raniere and his teachings, insisting she “never meant to hurt anyone, however I have and for this I am deeply sorry.” She added, “Nxivm and Keith greatly changed my life for the better.”

Bronfman is the first Nxivm member to be sentenced in the federal case, and has been in home confinement for the past two years. Viewers of HBO’s The Vow were first introduced to Bronfman as the wealthy benefactor of Raniere. The series, which first debuted last month, follows the rise and fall of Nxivm and its leaders, including the powerful, manipulate man at the center of it all. Using interviews from survivors, The Vow uncovers the horrors within the organization and explains how the “self-help” group attracted and abused so many members.

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The Walking Dead World Beyond boss promises Rick Grimes answers

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Ever since Rick Grimes’ departure from The Walking Dead back in season nine, fans have been desperate to find out just where he was taken to in that helicopter.

While the upcoming spin-off movies will no doubt resolve that mystery, it seems that we may get some answers even sooner in new series World Beyond.

Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy about whether we’ll learn anything new about Grimes’ whereabouts, showrunner Matt Negrete teased: “I can’t really spoil yes or no.

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“But I will say that you will get answers as to potentially where Rick was taken. I think that we’ll also get answers in terms of why he was taken there.

“But more importantly, it’s really about exploring this world that’s going to open up, and it will fit in, in a very important way, with some mythology that was set up in the initial episode of The Walking Dead.”

It comes after Grimes actor Andrew Lincoln recently gave an update on the character’s own spin-off, explaining that the movies were very much still happening.

“All I heard was, ‘Come back, Rick.’ It was so moving,” he recalled of a fan interaction. “I turned around, and I just went, ‘We’re working on it.’ So that’s my answer to you, we’re working on it.”

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Meanwhile, Negrete recently revealed why World Beyond would be only two seasons long, saying: “The thing about World Beyond, it was always about how can we make this feel different? How can we support expectations in a lot of ways? And one of those is not having it necessarily be open-ended.

“I’m kind of [in] two minds about it, because right now we’re breaking episode seven of season two with the writers, and we’ve all fallen in love with these characters. So I think for all of us, we feel like we could write these characters forever. But, at the same time, it’s nice to be able to approach a series from beginning to end kind of knowing what our ending is going to be and working towards that ending.”

The Walking Dead: World Beyond will premiere on Sunday, October 4 on AMC in the US and Amazon Prime Video in the UK.


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