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SEE IT: Liberal MSNBC host has unexpected reaction to Trump penalties, questions merits

MSNBC host Katy Tur recently questioned if it was “fair” that former President Trump was ordered to pay almost $355 million in damages and be barred from his business in New York by a judge Friday in a civil fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

During a segment of “MSNBC Reports” on Friday, Tur mentioned that in the 70-year existence of the legal rule Judge Arthur Engoron used on Trump, it was never used against someone who has yet to be proven of doing harm to any individual or entity with their practices. 

Trump’s main defense in the case is his argument that banks and his insurers weren’t harmed by his business practices – a point Tur floated during the broadcast while probing the strength of Engoron’s decision.

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She wondered if the use of the statute in the Trump case was truly fair to the former president, suggesting that if Trump’s argument was true, this was the first time the statute was used this way in 150 cases.

The host began by explaining Engoron’s decision here, noting that the statute does not require a prosecutor “to show that anybody was hurt by your practices – there’s nobody you defrauded specifically.” So, Engoron was within legal scope with the ruling.

However, she went on to explain that – after looking back at how the statute was used – “there was no case where there was a ban on doing business where there wasn’t harm shown.”

As part of Engoron’s ruling, Trump has been barred from running his businesses within the state for three years. 

Tur continued: “So, even though the threshold is harm shown, in the past, it has only been used to ban someone doing business when it’s been shown that somebody was hurt. Say you’re selling cosmetics that are poisoning you; there’s somebody that was hurt there, the cosmetics company gets banned.”

She then asked, “Is this fair to go after Donald Trump like this in this environment, is my question?”

MSNBC legal correspondent Lisa Rubin agreed that Tur’s assessment of the statute is “true” but then punted to former New York Assistant Attorney General Tristan Snell for more analysis.

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Tur invited him to speak, asking once again, “So tell me, is it fair?”

Snell, who used the statute to prosecute Trump for fraud with Trump University, clarified, “The legal standard is whether there was a tendency to deceive. That’s what it is, and the legislature in New York made a public policy choice to say that that was an important weapon for the A.G.’s office to have to vindicate the public good in this situation.”

Tur followed up, saying, “And it seems like what Judge Engoron found was there was intention – not just a tendency – there was intention to deceive,” a point which Snell noted was more than Engoron needed to punish Trump.

MSNBC contributor Suzanne Craig attempted to bolster the case against Trump, stating, “I think, too, the interesting thing about victims is, there were victims here, and they were the banks. They’re just not the most popular victims in society.”

The host countered with Trump’s defense, noting his point that the banks “don’t feel like they lost.”

Still, Craig insisted, “They still did, and that’s the conclusion, and that’s where we’re at today.”

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Former MLB star accused of hiding and making threats in wake of deadly car crash

Former Minnesota Twins pitcher Scott Erickson was initially charged with misdemeanor reckless driving after a 2020 crash killed two young boys in Southern California. The victims were brothers, ages 8 and 11. 

As Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies questioned Rebacca Grossman the night of the fatal wreck, Erickson may have been hiding nearby, according to new testimony from Grossman’s daughter. 

Alexis Grossman told jurors that Erickson smelled of alcohol when he arrived at the family’s home sometime after the deadly incident. She added that Erickson made threats related to sharing details about his whereabouts with authorities. “Don’t tell anyone you saw me, or I will ruin you and your family,” Alexis said Erickson told her.

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Rebecca Grossman is charged with two counts of second-degree murder, two counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and one count of hit-and-run driving resulting in death. The defense argues that Erickson, not Grossman, initially struck the two brothers while they were in a crosswalk on Triunfo Canyon Road.

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Erickson and his representatives have consistently denied that the former Major League Baseball star was involved in any wrongdoing. The reckless driving charged against Erickson was dropped after he issued a public service announcement about the importance of safe driving.

Alexis was on her way to pick up a pizza delivery order when she saw police vehicles surrounding her mother’s car. Moments later, she said she spotted Erickson hiding behind a nearby tree.

“He was poking his head out, and we made eye contact,” Alexis testified. She eventually left the scene and went to her family’s home in Westlake Village. She said that Erickson made his way to the home a short time later.

Alexis added that in 2021, she decided to inform her parents that she had seen Erickson during the night of the fatal crash. 

Tony Buzbee is the lead attorney representing Grossman in the case. Prosecutors appeared to have taken issue with Buzbee over the handling of some evidence. The Los Angeles Times reported that Buzbee has engaged in multiple heated exchanges with opposing counsel, with prosecutors accusing him of attempting to get in evidence barred before the trial started. 

Buzbee also represented numerous plaintiffs who filed lawsuits against Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson alleging sexual assault and other inappropriate behavior during massage sessions.

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Grossman and Erickson are believed to have been driving separate vehicles at the time of the crash, after consuming alcoholic beverages at a restaurant. Grossman and Erickson were also presumed to be romantically involved at the time.

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Chuck Mawhinney, the deadliest sniper in US Marine Corps history, dies at 75

The most lethal sniper in U.S. Marine Corps history has passed away. 

Chuck Mawhinney, 75, died on February 12, 2024, at his home in Baker City, Oregon, according to local reports.

Mawhinney holds the record for the most confirmed kills in the history of the Marines — 103, with an additional 216 probable kills.

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That count also makes him the deadliest sniper of the entire Vietnam War.

For many years, Mawhinney did not boast or make public his record of confirmed kills. He didn’t even go into detail with those close to him about the extent of his sniping career.

That changed when he was mentioned in a war memoir that briefly noted his exceptional accomplishments.

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“Dear Mom: A Sniper’s Vietnam” is a memoir written by fellow sniper Joseph T. Ward. At one point, the author claimed that Mawhinney had 101 confirmed kills. Ward briefly served as a spotter for Mawhinney during the war.

The unbelievable kill count was initially met with skepticism by fellow veterans and military historians. But research proved that his exceptional career was true — and he, in fact, had two more confirmed kills than Ward had thought.

“It was the ultimate hunting trip: a man hunting another man who was hunting me,” Mawhinney, an experienced hunter, told the Los Angeles Times in a 2000 interview. “Don’t talk to me about hunting lions or elephants; they don’t fight back with rifles and scopes. I just loved it.”

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Mahwinney finally told his entire life story from his own perspective in 2023 in “The Sniper: The Untold Story of the Marine Corps’ Greatest Marksman of All Time,” a chronicle of his career written by author Jim Lindsay.

ESPN analyst doesn’t think Caitlin Clark — the all-time leading scorer — is ‘great’ yet

Caitlin Clark is now the all-time leading scorer in women’s college basketball, and barring injury, it’s a matter of when, not if, she’ll pass “Pistol” Pete Maravich in both men’s and women’s D1 basketball.

However, there is one thing missing from her resume: a championship at Iowa.

Clark and the Hawkeyes made the national championship final last year, but they were taken down by Angel Reese and LSU.

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The Hawkeyes phenom’s resume speaks for itself – she was the AP Player of the Year last year, won the John Wooden Award, and is well on her way to becoming a three-time First-Team All-American.

But that lack of a championship, though, is preventing her from being “great,” says ESPN’s Jay Williams.

Williams did credit Clark for being “the Stephen Curry of women’s college basketball” and changing “the dynamic of the way the game is played.” Williams also said “she’s probably the most prolific scorer the game of basketball has ever seen.”

But Williams said he was “unwilling” to call her “great.”

“I hold ‘great,’ or the levels of immortality or the pantheon, to when you win championships. That’s just me,” Williams said on Saturday’s “College GameDay.” So, Diana Taurasi, when you win three consecutive championships, two-time National Player of the Year, it has to culminate with a chip; it has to. I mean, Breanna Stewart, if we’re talking about GOAT, legends of the game, she’s won four chips — four chips, multiple National Players of the Year.

“I’m not saying that she’s not at a high, high, high level, but for it to go to the state of immortality — in my opinion — it has to culminate with your team winning a championship.”

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Of course, with that logic, that would mean that Hall of Famers like Charles Barkley, Allen Iverson, Dan Marino, and Jim Kelly do not qualify as “great,” but sports legacies have become full of ring culture, and the number of titles one has – or has not – won has become the main argument for greatness. 

Clark scored Iowa’s first eight points on Thursday to break the women’s record, previously held by Kelsey Plum. She then went on to score a career-high 49 points, putting her 99 away from Maravich.

Iowa’s matchup with LSU last year was the most viewed women’s college basketball game on record, with 9.9 million viewers tuning in, according to ESPN, so Clark’s influence is truly felt.

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Clark will be back on the floor on Thursday against Indiana.

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Prince Harry’s latest interview raises concern about King Charles’ health

Prince Harry spoke out about his father, King Charles, for the first time since Buckingham Palace revealed the monarch’s cancer diagnosis — and several royal watchers are left with more questions than answers.

The Duke of Sussex is in Canada for the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025’s One Year to Go celebration along with his wife, Meghan Markle. The father of two gave a televised interview on Friday to “Good Morning America” host Will Reeve, the son of the late “Superman” star Christopher Reeve.

“One of the most revealing things that came out of the ‘Good Morning America’ interview was the total reluctance to say anything about his father’s condition,” Christopher Andersen, author of “The King,” told Fox News Digital.

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“The usual response, even if it isn’t true, is that the patient is doing great and the prognosis looks excellent,” Andersen shared. “Instead, Harry said that any information about his father’s medical condition is strictly between him and the king. These are private matters, of course. But even so, Harry’s prompt dismissal of the question, coupled with the palace’s refusal to offer any details, is concerning.”

Harry arrived from California less than 48 hours after Buckingham Palace announced on Feb. 5 that the king had cancer. The visit between the monarch and his younger son at Clarence House was brief, as Charles and his wife, Queen Camilla, were seen leaving about an hour later.

Harry wouldn’t reveal any details about his father’s prognosis.

“That is between me and him,” he said.

Harry said that he immediately arranged to go to London after his father called to tell him he had cancer.

“I jumped on a plane and went to go see him as soon as I could,” he told the morning news program. “I love my family. The fact that I was able to get on a plane and go see and spend any time with him, I’m grateful for that.”

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British royals expert Hilary Fordwich told Fox News Digital she wondered if now was the right time for the 39-year-old to discuss his meeting with the king. The monarch has begun outpatient treatment for an unspecified type of cancer. It was discovered during a treatment for an enlarged prostate, but it isn’t prostate cancer.

“Despite professing to ‘GMA’ that he ‘loves his family,’ he manages to, sadly, do so much to cause them angst and anxiety,” Fordwich asserted. “Inadvertently or not, there is no doubt everything from using their Sussex name for their new website to giving them yet again another interview is stress provoking at a time when his father’s recuperation necessitates as little stress as possible.”

“The Invictus Games are a worthy and admirable cause, but it was a pity [it] didn’t focus more on the veterans,” she added.

Harry has had a troubled relationship with his family since he quit royal duties in 2020 and moved to California with his wife, citing what they said were the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes of the British media. He showed up alone for his father’s coronation in May but left as soon as the ceremony ended to return to the U.S. for his son’s birthday.

Asked if the illness could help reunify his family, Harry said, “Yeah, I’m sure.” He said he has witnessed that type of galvanizing effect among the wounded service members who compete in the games the prince founded in 2014.

“Throughout all these families, I see it on a day-to-day basis,” he said. “You know, again, the strength of the family unit coming together.”

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British royals expert Shannon Felton Spence told Fox News Digital that it’s telling Harry didn’t speak out about his relationship with his older brother, Prince William, who is heir to the British throne. It is believed the brothers didn’t meet when Harry was in his home country and had no plans to do so.

“He was there for 45 minutes, and he didn’t see his brother,” she pointed out. “The king’s heart to his child is going to be much softer than the Prince of Wales to his brother.”

“What strikes me the most… is when he says he heard from his father and then jumped on a plane,” Felton Spence shared. “There are two ways to look at this: It would be really hard for Harry to book a transatlantic… flight without public speculation, so perhaps he was waiting until the announcement was out to do that. Or, the king didn’t even tell him until right before the announcement because the House of Sussex had been so leaky, proving the point when they issued a notification that Harry was going to visit.”

“The Invictus Games is something Harry should be very proud of — it does amazing work, and he built it,” Felton Spence continued. “It’s where a lot of the public’s affinity for him originated. I hope he continues to lean into it. He is better when he leads from openness and compassion, rather than rage and resentment.”

Following their departure as senior royals, Harry and his wife aired their complaints about life as royals. In 2021, they sat down with Oprah Winfrey for an interview that was viewed by 50 million people globally. After releasing a six-part docuseries on Netflix in 2022, Harry’s memoir, “Spare,” hit bookshelves in 2023, quickly becoming a bestseller.

In 2022, Harry sat down with “Today” host Hoda Kotb, where he discussed his meeting with Queen Elizabeth II. His grandmother, England’s longest-reigning monarch, died later that year at age 96.

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The relationship between William and Harry, which was strained by the time Harry made his exit, worsened when he publicly detailed his grievances. Harry also discussed his sibling rivalry in his bestselling book.

Andersen noted that Harry sounded “upbeat” when it came to discussing a possible reconciliation.

“I think it’s very telling that he readily concedes that illness has a way of bringing families together — and that he is convinced that is happening with the royal family,” said Andersen. “However, he was permitted only 45 minutes with the king and was given the cold shoulder… [by] his brother William.”

During the “GMA” interview, Harry admitted that the thought of becoming an American citizen crossed his mind, but it’s not a “high priority.”

“It’s amazing,” he gushed about life in California. “I love every single day.”

Andersen said that won’t happen anytime soon.

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“I doubt he’ll go that far… since it would almost certainly mean giving up the Sussexes’ place in the line of succession,” he said.

Modeled after the Warrior Games in the U.S., the Invictus Games were founded by Prince Harry in 2014 as a Paralympic-style event designed to inspire military veterans around the world as they work to overcome battlefield injuries. Harry was a former captain in the British Army.

Buckingham Palace didn’t immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment about Harry’s interview.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Sylvester Stallone hired Navy SEALs before daughters moved to city: ‘Got our a–es whooped’

Sylvester Stallone takes being a protective father to another level.

The actor has three daughters, Sophia, 27, Sistine, 25, and Scarlet, 21, in addition to sons Sage and Seargeoh. He’s long been known to be protective over his girls, but Sophia and Sistine are revealing now that when they moved to New York City, he took extra measures to ensure their safety.

Before the move, Sylvester took it upon himself to hire Navy SEALS to give his two oldest daughters a lesson in self-defense.

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Speaking to the New York Post ahead of the season two premiere of “The Family Stallone,” the family’s reality show, Sophia and Sistine discussed the difficult experience. Sistine explained that the training was filmed for the show, and that the footage was edited to appear “really nice and kind of fluffy,” but in reality, it was the “hardest” thing.

“It was about six hours we were in those woods,” she continued. “They made it a cute little montage, Sophia and I got our a–es whooped by these guys, they were the real deal.”

Sistine also said that she was “not surprised my dad put us through something like this, because our entire life we grew up with him doing these sort of military-esque self-defense trainings.”

Sophia agreed, saying, “It was a rigorous routine, it was every day at 6 a.m. he would make us eat eggs with ketchup, for some reason that combination was like an elite combination.”

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She said their upbringing was “a lot of sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups, clean and jerks, it was golfing, it was pool table, it was shot put …”

“He made the perfect boys,” Sistine joked.

In a scene from “The Family Stallone” that shows the Navy SEALs training, Sistine and Sophia were instructed to chase a chicken, mimicking a scene from “Rocky II.” As Sylvester explained, “Chasing a chicken sounds like a fun game. You have to have speed, patience, agility and understand that you’re going to be beaten by something that weighs three pounds and has a beak.”

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“That is deceivingly hard,” Sistine told The Post. “I went in there a little cocky, no pun intended. I got beat by the chicken.”

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When asked if their father was less nervous now that they’ve been in New York for a year, she answered, “I don’t think he’ll ever be less nervous. He’s like a classic, overprotective dad. Three daughters at an age where, you know, we’re kind of all over the place and we’re out and about.”

Scarlet, who is currently a student at the University of Miami, said, “He’s always cared about safety no matter what, that safety is before anything for him.”

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Sophia noted that one thing that helps him feel better about the distance between them is that their mother, Jennifer Flavin, keeps track of their location on an app.

Wedding takes a dark turn after guest congratulates bride, only it wasn’t the bride

A viral wedding drama shared on social media might be giving some future brides the chills.

“A few days ago I went with my boyfriend” to the wedding of one of his distant cousins, a woman wrote on the Reddit page known as AITA (“Am I the a–hole”), a popular site for sharing personal conflicts and other issues that crop up in day-to-day life.

The writer who posted the story, going by the username “KittenGloria,” added that she had never met this cousin or the bride “since my boyfriend sees them [only] one or two times year.”

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The writer added of her relationship, “We have been together for almost three years, so he thought it would be a good time to introduce me to them.”

Before the ceremony began, the woman said her boyfriend told her “he wanted to introduce them to me.”

As the couple walked over to meet the newlyweds-to-be, “my boyfriend got a call, so he told me to wait a moment.”

The woman waited for her boyfriend to finish his call. 

Then, “two minutes after that, I saw a woman [wearing] a beautiful wedding dress,” wrote the poster on Reddit. 

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“I said hello, and then I congratulated her for the wedding — and this is when things went wrong,” she related.

“The woman I was talking to wasn’t the bride,” she said.

It turns out “the bride heard what I said (she was in a room near us, but I didn’t notice ’cause everything was silent),” the woman explained in her post.

The bride “got upset and started crying,” the woman continued in her story. 

“When my boyfriend approached us, I explained the situation.” 

The boyfriend then apparently called the bride’s family to try to help “calm” the situation. 

The woman on Reddit added, “My boyfriend and his family reassured me, saying it wasn’t my fault — but the bride, her mom and the groom are upset with me.”

They apparently are telling the woman that “it’s all my fault,” she said. 

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But “I never saw [the bride’s] face” ahead of the wedding — “so when I saw a woman in a wedding dress, I immediately thought she was the bride.

“I still feel bad, so a friend suggested [that I] post [the story on] Reddit to have some outside opinions.”

Over 5,000 people have reacted so far to the personal story, with responders deciding overall that the woman was not in the wrong for what she did.

One responder named “definitelywitch” said the woman was not to blame, “but I wonder if she really is upset with you,” this commenter said. 

“It seems so weird that she would be angry at a person who she’s never met before being confused because someone else decided to wear white [at] her wedding.”

This same commenter added it seems likely that “A, she was actually mad at [the other woman] for wearing white and trying to hijack attention, but she displaced her anger [toward] you as a less threatening target; and B, she was simply overwhelmed and very emotional on the big day, and it just exploded at that moment.”

“Do not think about it again. Live your life and be happy.”

Wrote another individual whose comment was also highly “upvoted” by others, “This doesn’t make sense. Who was this other person walking around wearing a wedding dress? If anything, the bride would be upset with her, not you. Stop feeling bad. You did nothing wrong.”

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Another responder to the drama urged people to “chill out” about the whole thing.

She wrote, “How in the world were you supposed to know the woman in a WEDDING GOWN wasn’t the bride you were supposed to meet?”

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Another person wrote, “Do not think about it again. Live your life and be happy. This bride, however, has some serious mental health issues and you should stay away from someone so unstable.”

Fox News Digital reached out to a psychologist for professional insight into the drama. 

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Netflix heartthrob arrested for battery after trip to Las Vegas ER takes nightmarish turn

Austin North, an actor known for starring in “Outer Banks,” was arrested this week in Las Vegas.

According to a police report obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, North, 27, was charged with three gross misdemeanor counts of battery on a protected person Wednesday, after allegedly attacking University Medical Center employees while he was being treated in the emergency room.

The report states that North punched a nurse in the face and proceeded to push her against a sink. When two other staff members tried to stop him, he allegedly lashed out against them as well, shoving one in the face and pushing another against a table.

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The Las Vegas outlet reports that one hospital employee hit the actor in the forehead with a tray in self-defense.

He was taken to jail, then posted bail and was released. His court date is set for March 19.

On Thursday, North explained his side of the situation on his Instagram story, writing, “I am deeply upset by the events that took place in Las Vegas this week. My friend drove me to the hospital because I thought I was having a heart attack.”

He continued, “Several tests were taken, including blood, which came back negative for any drugs or alcohol in my system. I was having a severe anxiety attack.”

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He then claimed to have “very little memory” of the events that took place at the hospital and insisted that he has “the utmost respect for healthcare workers and hospital staff.”

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North concluded his statement by writing, “I have battled anxiety on and off for years and this was the most extreme panic attack I’ve ever had. Going forward, I hope to shed light on this debilitating disorder and send hope to those who have also struggled.”

The “Outer Banks” star lives in Los Angeles, but was visiting Las Vegas to attend the Super Bowl. Ahead of his arrest, he shared a video showing photos and footage of his time in the city. In addition to the football game, North appeared at other events, took in some shows and drove at the Cadillac Performance Academy.

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While chest pain is a well-known symptom of anxiety, even chest pain severe enough to make a sufferer believe they’re having a heart attack, it’s less common for anxiety to cause memory loss.

According to Healthline, anxiety can affect memory for a number of reasons. One is that it causes elevated cortisol levels, and an especially high level can cause someone to struggle to form memories. Another is that it can lead to insomnia, and sleep is so vital to brain function that a lack of it can cause issues with memory as well.

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“Some people who have panic attacks find it difficult to recall what happened just before or during an attack,” the site states. “Panic-related memory loss can happen for some of the same reasons that general anxiety leads to memory loss.”

SEE PICS: From Sydney Sweeney to Zendaya, stars experiment with revealing looks

Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson walked the red carpet at the premiere of her new movie, “Madame Web,” in a sheer chain-link dress with a plunging neckline and diamonds sewn in all over. She paired the look with minimal jewelry and black strappy heels.

In the new film, Johnson plays Cassie Webb, a paramedic who, after a freak accident, develops the power to see into the future. Her newfound abilities put her on the radar of villain Ezekiel Sims, who is on a mission to rid the world of all spider-people.

The newest installment in the Marvel franchise is directed by SJ Clarkson, who first directed Johnson in “The Lost Daughter.” While many elements of making this movie were new for Johnson, she felt comfortable knowing Clarkson was there.

“I’ve never really done a movie where you are on a blue screen, and there’s fake explosions going off, and someone’s going, ‘Explosion!’ and you act like there’s an explosion,” Johnson told Entertainment Weekly in January. “That to me was absolutely psychotic. I was like, ‘I don’t know if this is going to be good at all! I hope that I did an okay job!’ But I trusted her. She works so hard, and she has not taken her eyes off this movie since we started.”

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Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney channeled her inner spider when she posed for photos at the premiere of “Madame Web.” She wore a strapless dress with a structured bodice, featuring black fabric strung to look like a spider web, over a nude underlay, which morphed into a layer of tassels making up the skirt of the dress.

The actress plays Julia, one of the three young women Dakota Johnson’s character befriends, who also develops special abilities of her own. All four women had to train in different disciplines, with Sweeney learning aerial work.

One of the most difficult parts of learning the skill for Sweeney was having to “relearn” everything after putting on the suit. She told Screen Rant in a recent interview, it is “a very tight suit, and it’s very stiff,” and once in it, “you can barely bend your legs.”

“And so I would just practice every day trying to get into the splits, moving from upside down and turning myself completely onto my feet,” she told the outlet. “And what was crazy to me was you learn this entire process, and then you put the supersuit on and then your body can’t move.”

Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts opted for no cut-outs as she arrived on the red carpet for the premiere of “Madame Web” in an off-the-shoulder drape-sleeved red gown. 

The actress most recently starred in the 12th season of “American Horror Story,” her seventh collaboration with the show’s creator Ryan Murphy. She previously starred in “Scream Queens” and five other seasons of “American Horror Story.”

“Ryan has an idea of everything down to the detail of your shoes, so I love working with him because he doesn’t do just one thing,” she told Extra in January. “He creates entire worlds and takes concepts on paper that sound like one thing and ‘Ryan Murphafies’ them.”

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Zendaya

Zendaya continues to dominate the red carpet while jet-setting around the world promoting “Dune Part 2.” On her latest stop in Paris, Zendaya rocked two very different outfits, the first of which being a strapless white gown. It featured intricate cutouts on top and a thigh-high slit.

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Later that evening, the actress wore a gold rose-embroidered turtleneck sleeveless crop top, and matching skirt, showing off her toned abs. She styled her hair slicked back for both looks.

During a recent interview with Collider, Zendaya explained the hardest part of playing Chani in “Dune” was “wanting to evoke emotion, but not being able to cry,” because her character’s culture doesn’t believe in wasting water, even when it comes to tears.

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“And then you have to let them fall in a very specific moment. So you have to hold, and then they can only fall when a specific thing happens — without giving things away, then I’m allowed to let the tear fall. So it was, for me, just about holding on to her composure, but also being emotional. I remember there’s a scene where I accidentally cried, and then they got rid of it in post.”

Zendaya stunned once again, when she wore a vintage Thierry Mugler Fall ’95 robot suit to the world premiere of “Dune Part 2,” in London. The metallic robot suit featured clear illusion cutouts on her chest, back, legs, stomach and backside.

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