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Rapper Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ homes raided by Homeland Security

Sean Combs’ Los Angeles home was raided Monday by Homeland Security officials, Fox News Digital confirmed. Agents were also seen at his home in Miami.

“Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners,” Homeland Security Investigations said in a statement.

“We will provide further information as it becomes available.”

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A U.S. official confirmed to Fox News that the raids on Diddy’s homes are connected to a federal human trafficking investigation. It’s unclear if the rapper is the target of the federal agents’ investigation.

Representatives for Combs did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

SEAN ‘DIDDY’ COMBS ‘VEHEMENTLY DENIES’ ACCUSATIONS OF RAPE AND YEARS OF ABUSE BY EX CASSIE

Douglas Wigdor, a lawyer for Diddy’s ex-girlfriend, Cassie Ventura, told Fox News Digital, “We will always support law enforcement when it seeks to prosecute those that have violated the law. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a process that will hold Mr. Combs responsible for his depraved conduct.”

In November, Cassie, legally known as Casandra Ventura, sued the musician over allegations of rape and abuse. She accused Diddy of raping her in her own home, enduring “over a decade” of his “violent behavior and disturbed demands” and forcing her to have sex with male prostitutes while he watched and filmed. 

The R&B singer also alleged Diddy “punched, beat, kicked and stomped” on her.

Combs denied Cassie’s claims in a statement provided to Fox News Digital at the time.

“Mr. Combs vehemently denies these offensive and outrageous allegations. For the past six months, Mr. Combs has been subjected to Ms. Ventura’s persistent demand of $30 million, under the threat of writing a damaging book about their relationship, which was unequivocally rejected as blatant blackmail,” his lawyer said. “Despite withdrawing her initial threat, Ms. Ventura has now resorted to filing a lawsuit riddled with baseless and outrageous lies, aiming to tarnish Mr. Combs’s reputation and seeking a payday.”

One day after she filed the claim, Sean and Cassie came to an amicable resolution, and she dropped the lawsuit.

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“I have decided to resolve this matter amicably on terms that I have some level of control. I want to thank my family, fans and lawyers for their unwavering support,” Cassie wrote.

Combs said in his own statement that the decision was agreed upon by both parties, and he had no ill will towards the singer.

“We have decided to resolve this matter amicably. I wish Cassie and her family all the best. Love.”

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Fox News Digital’s Brooke Curto contributed to this report.

MSNBC guest infuriated over judge slashing Trump bond payment

A guest on MSNBC Monday became infuriated by the judges’ ruling in decreasing former President Trump’s bond payment in the New York civil fraud case, and claimed Trump had his “own private system of justice.”

Tristian Snell, the former New York assistant attorney general, was asked during MSNBC’s “José Díaz-Balart Reports” about what the process might have looked like in a courtroom. 

“Do we even need to ask? Honestly, this is so infuriating I don’t even know what to do. I don’t even know if I care what the process is that these judges are arriving at. Whatever it is, it’s flawed. I can tell you that much,” Snell said. “This is a different process for this person. We have decided that he gets his own private court of justice.

“He has a private plane,” he continued. “He has private clubs that he lives in. He basically has fashioned himself his own private militia to try to take over the Capitol. Now he’s getting his own private system of justice. This is an absolute travesty. It would not happen for anybody else, anybody else. It would be like, sorry, buddy, you lost. Pay up. For him, he gets his own set of rules.” 

Snell was also asked about how the judge arrived at the decision legally, and argued bluntly that it was a “gross miscarriage of justice.”

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“The appellate court has now just decided they’re going to swoop in and just change it, and that’s it, and now the AG’s office can now try to go up above them,” he said. “I don’t know if there’s a remedy for the AG’s office to go up to the court of appeals, which is our high court here in New York and try to get them to basically countermand this order, but in my view, this is without knowing more, unless there’s some sort of other extenuating circumstance that we’re going to learn here, this appears to be an absolute gross miscarriage of justice.” 

David Henderson, a former prosecutor, joined Diaz and Snell as well and suggested Trump was getting special treatment. 

“The playbook is different for former President Trump. We were literally talking about this the last time you and I discussed this case. I expect for them to do something for him that’s different than what you see for everybody else when they go to court. So here he’s given more time to pay less money. That’s what it comes down to,” Henderson said.

An appeals court slashed Trump’s bond payment on Monday, saying Trump must pay $175 million within the next 10 days.

NEW YORK APPEALS COURT ALLOWS TRUMP, SONS TO CONTINUE RUNNING BUSINESS, DENIES REQUEST TO DELAY PAYMENT

Trump had previously faced a Monday deadline to pay a $454 million bond payment in the New York civil fraud case, stemming from New York AG Letitia James’ allegations against the former president, Fox News Digital previously reported.

After Díaz-Balart read some of the ruling, Snell went on to argue it should not have happened and said the people of New York deserved better. 

“They just drop a bomb on this, and they don’t give us any explanation at all. Yeah, that’s enormously frustrating, and I would say it’s wrong. It just shouldn’t have happened. It shouldn’t happen this way. We deserve, the public, the people, the state of New York deserve better than to have this happen,” he said. 

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“We deserve better out of our judicial system than to have something like this happen where we’re not actually even getting to find out what the Wizard of Oz is doing behind the damn curtain. This is ridiculous,” he continued. 

Trump said he will “abide” by the appeals decision and post the $175 million bond. 

If Trump does post the $175 million by the new deadline, it would effectively block James from attempts to seize Trump’s assets as he continues to appeal the judgment by New York Judge Arthur Engoron.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Anders Hagstrom contributed to this report.

Comic legend makes unexpected gift request for her 91st birthday

Carol Burnett wished she had some time together with one of Hollywood’s leading actors for her 91st birthday.

During an appearance on “Live with Kelly and Mark,” Burnett joked that her big birthday wish was none other than Bradley Cooper.

“You know, I listened to the podcast. … I loved hearing your stories,” Mark Consuelos told the famed comedian. “And you said something very funny, that, ‘Is there’s something you wanted to do that you haven’t done yet before you turn 90?’ And you said, ‘George Clooney.’”

Ripa asked if Clooney ever took her up on the offer, to which Burnett responded, “No, but now I’m thinking about Bradley Cooper.”

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The talk show host was eager to make the match work for the comedy legend, who turns 91 in April.

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“Everyone knows that this is the official morning show of Bradley Cooper,” Ripa said. “He loves this show. Brad? Give Carol a call, and you know which phone to use.”

Burnett simply replied, “I love it.” Ripa added, “That would be a great coupling, I think.”

Despite the fun and games, Burnett’s 91st birthday wish had one small problem: Carol has been married to Brian Miller for more than 20 years.

“I don’t think it’ll work with my husband,” Burnett joked.

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“There’s that complication,” Consuelos said before Ripa chimed in, “I always forget about that.”

Oscar winner Bradley Cooper, who co-parents daughter Lea with ex Irina Shayk, sparked relationship rumors with Gigi Hadid late last year, but has yet to confirm his romance with the supermodel.

Burnett became a legend in the television world after landing her own self-titled variety show on CBS in 1967, which aired for more than a decade.

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“The Carol Burnett Show” earned the comedian 10 Emmy nominations with three wins, and cemented her status as one of the pioneering women to have her own program in a field dominated by men. 

When filming the end of the show, Burnett would tug on her left ear as a symbolic gesture to let her grandmother know she was thinking of her, a signature move Burnett became known for.

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Woman sparks debate over ‘traditional wife’ lifestyle in viral videos

A woman who posts viral TikTok videos about her “traditional wife” (tradwife) lifestyle has sparked debate online about gender roles, feminism and equality.

Estee Williams, 26, began posting videos in March 2022 to her account, which has amassed millions of views and nearly 170,000 followers on TikTok. She also publishes many clips on YouTube discussing the benefits of being a tradwife.

Tradwives, a newly coined term for traditional wives, is a subculture of housewives who believe in clear gender roles, the importance of homemaking and a patriarchal marriage, according to many women who self-identify as tradwives.

Tradwives are women who honor femininity, care for their husbands, children and family, and value the state of their home more than they do a salary, yet are not subservient, according to the Darling Academy, a British website.

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In one video that has amassed 1.2 million views, Williams offered tips on how to become a traditional wife, telling her followers to implement “ultra-traditional gender roles.”

“God designed two genders for different purposes,” she said in the clip. “This is the only box I believe you have to fit into when becoming a traditional wife.”

“I serve my husband,” she said in another clip.

She also said women looking to embrace the lifestyle must marry a healthy, protective, masculine and faith-centered man who appreciates the divide in genders. Unfortunately, she said, marrying the wrong man can lead to an “abuse” of this blessing.

Williams urged women to date seriously and only consider people whom they would like to marry. Otherwise, they are wasting their time and embracing a “woke mentality.”

In another video called “Why is tradwife content blowing up suddenly?” Williams said the trend is gaining popularity because modern culture is slowly trying to “blur” the distinction between men and women. She added that having two financial providers in the home is becoming more common and a whole generation of women are getting “burnt out” in their careers.

She also said that processed food is leading women to look for “made from scratch” recipes, and basic homemaking skills being taught to young girls have skipped a generation. Therefore, women are “hungry” to learn these skills.

Her videos have been met with both praise and condemnation from people on social media.

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“I would love to not have to go out to work and just be able to focus on my home and take care of my family. Sadly modern economy doesn’t let us,” one user wrote.

Another account said they fully supported people choosing the traditional lifestyle if they wanted to, as long as they were not allowing their partner to take advantage of them.

“It seems that both she & her husband are happy with this type of relationship, so — good for them,” Gov. Ron DeSantis’s aide Christina Pushaw wrote in response to one of Williams’ videos.

“I guess I just don’t consider it ‘traditional’ in any way to be an influencer and post videos discussing your relationship online for the world to see. Not saying its bad, just not traditional,” she added.

Some suggested that the woman was promoting a “fetish” and was creating a fantasy to turn a profit and push her content. Others said household work should be shared between a couple.

“My husband and I equally share the roles of providing and taking care of the home. We make decisions together; we share responsibilities. I would never rely,” one user said in response to one of Williams’ videos.

“I got inspired mainly by the way I grew up and wanting the opposite of what I grew up with,” Williams told Fox News Digital in 2023. She described her childhood and upbringing as “hectic” due to frequent family moves.

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Williams said being a stay-at-home was likely an early aspiration that developed after she saw her mother struggle to balance jobs and childcare after divorce.

“The little time that we saw my mother, I really took it to heart,” Williams recalled. “I just remember thinking that I never want this life.”

Before getting engaged to her husband, Conner Williams, she dropped out of college and took up nannying. She found that they both admired a traditional lifestyle.

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The couple now lives in a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom house in the suburbs. She makes videos about her life and day-to-day routine, typically cooking and baking meals from scratch, cleaning and gardening.

When not at home handling chores, Williams exercises, figure skates and works on makeup application. Her videos often invoke a retro theme that is reminiscent of the 1950s.

“Honestly, I love this lifestyle. And I feel like I always wanted it,” she said.

Williams didn’t immediately respond for comment. 

Cortney D. Moore contributed to this report. 

Prison review board member resigns after man allegedly kills boy, 11, day after he’s let out

A member of the Illinois Prisoner Review Board who signed off on the release of a man with a long criminal record for domestic violence who allegedly killed an 11-year-old boy and injured his pregnant ex-girlfriend a day after walking free has resigned. 

LeAnn Miller conducted the hearing for Crosetti Brand, 37, who was serving a 16-year sentence for a home invasion and aggravated assault when he was paroled early, Gov. JB Pritzker said. 

“The Prisoner Review Board must be able to operate independently as they review enormously difficult cases, but I believe LeAnn Miller has made the correct decision in stepping down from her role.” Pritzker said in a Monday statement. “It is clear that evidence in this case was not given the careful consideration that victims of domestic violence deserve and I am committed to ensuring additional safeguards and training are in place to prevent tragedies like this from happening again.”

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Brand is charged with several crimes ranging from first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder for the vicious attack that killed Jayden Perkins and injured Laterria Smith. 

Brand was released from the Stateville Correctional Center with electronic monitoring on March 12 and allegedly stabbed Perkins as he came to the aid of his mother, who was also stabbed, said police. The knife wound severed a major artery and the boy bled to death. 

Perkins’ 5-year-old brother witnessed the attack on his family but was unharmed. Brand was arrested two hours after the stabbing. 

Authorities said Smith was getting the boys ready for school when Brand broke into their home around 8 a.m. on March 13. Brand and Smith had a prior relationship more than 15 years ago while he was parole with electronic monitoring in October. 

While on parole, he allegedly threatened Smith via text messages and showed up at her home despite her having an order of protection against him. He was sent back to prison in February for violating the conditions of his parole before being paroled again weeks ago. 

In 2015, Brand attacked the same woman just four days after she broke off their dating relationship,

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The Illinois Prisoner Review Board, an independent, 15-person body, imposes release conditions for those in prison and conducts hearings to determine whether to grant or deny parole. It also makes recommendations to the governor about clemency petitions, according to the board’s website. 

Pritzker said the board and the Illinois Department of Corrections will review rules and procedures for receiving information related to cases involving domestic violence. 

Miller was appointed to the board in 2021. Pritzker said he would appoint a new member. 

Fox News Digital Michael Dorgan contributed to this report. 

Fast food restaurants laying off workers ahead of blue state’s $20 minimum wage law

Some California fast-food locations are letting go of workers ahead of a new $20 minimum wage law slated to take effect in April that could dramatically impact their bottom lines. 

Several eateries, particularly pizza chains, have begun to cut jobs, in an effort to get ahead of the possible financial repercussions, The Wall Street Journal reported. 

Michael Ojeda, 29, a Pizza Hut driver in Ontario, Calif., told the newspaper that he received a notice from Pizza Hut franchisee Southern California Pizza in December informing him that his last day of work would be in February.

“Pizza Hut was my career for nearly a decade and with little to no notice it was taken away,” said Ojeda.

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Last year, multiple Pizza Hut franchises in California filed notices to comply with the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, saying they were discontinuing their delivery services. Many of the services were delivery driver jobs. 

In December, Southern California Pizza Co. announced layoffs of around 841 drivers across the state. The moves will impact Pizza Hut locations in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura counties. 

“Where select California franchisees have elected to make changes to their staffing approach, access to delivery service will continue to be available via Pizza Hut’s mobile app, website and phone ordering and the customer ordering experience will remain consistent,” Pizza Hut spokesperson told FOX Business at the time. 

Fox Business has reached out to the company. 

Round Table Pizza, founded in Menlo Park, California, said it plans to lay off around 1,280 delivery drivers this year, the Journal report said. Excalibur Pizza LLC said the employees being laid off are delivery drivers, a statement to FOX Business from Round Table parent FAT Brands, said. 

“The franchisee is transferring their delivery services to third-party. While it is unfortunate, we look at this as a transfer of jobs,” the statement said. “As you know, many California restaurant operators are following the same approach due to rising operating costs. We anticipate third-party delivery providers in turn will see a boost in their businesses, which will require additional staff on their end.”

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FAT Brands acknowledged that delivery fees may increase and customers could see higher prices as a result of the shift. 

Brian Hom, owner of two Vitality Bowls restaurants in San Jose, said he runs his stores with two employees instead of the typical four. The staff shortage means longer wait times for customers and increased prices to cover the added labor costs. 

“I’m definitely not going to hire anymore,” he told the paper. 

The wage law applies to workers in fast food chains with 60 or more locations around the nation.

Supporters have said many workers in fast food restaurants are not teenagers working their first job, an image being portrayed by opponents, they said. 

“Restaurants are struggling to stay above water, and Democrats just threw them an anvil,” California Assembly Republican leader James Gallagher told FOX Business. “We warned Democrats this new mandate would cost jobs. They ignored us, and here we are with the highest unemployment rate in the country poised to get even worse.”

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Chains exempted from the new law are those that prepare and bake bread on-site to be sold as a standalone menu item. Panera Bread was initially exempted until allegations surfaced that California Gov. Gavin Newsom pushed for the exemption to benefit billionaire Greg Flynn, a longtime Newsom donor, who owns two dozen Panera locations across the state. 

Newsom has denied the allegations. In February, he said Panera would have to comply with the law. 

Jonathan Turley reacts to massive bond reduction in ‘absurd’ NYC Trump case

Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley reacted Monday to former President Trump’s bond being slashed to $175 million in the New York City civil fraud case, calling the original $454 million amount “absurd.” Turley called the bond change a needed “restraint” to the legal system in New York, warning the “political vortex” hasn’t played well with voters or companies. 

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JONATHAN TURLEY: The Court of Appeals may have felt that they can’t prejudge the evidence, and so to reduce the bond further would have been heavy-handed. I actually think they could have reduced this bond to virtually nothing, because the amount set by Engoron was absurd… There were no victims. There was no money lost. You had people that loaned this money and wanted more business, and so this figure seemed to be just snatched out of the air. He connected it to a few properties, but it was very speculative by reducing the amount…

I think that this restores some element of restraint to the New York legal system. So I think that the true sunk costs of this controversy has been borne by those who really wanted this thrill-kill moment… This has not played well with the public. I don’t think it’s played well with companies, who were legitimately alarmed to see that the New York legal system turned into this inescapable political vortex, and I think that the reduction will help assure people that there are still some adults in the room.

NEW YORK APPEALS COURT ALLOWS TRUMP, SONS TO CONTINUE RUNNING BUSINESS, DENIES REQUEST TO DELAY PAYMENT

An appeals court slashed former President Trump’s bond payment on Monday, saying Trump must pay $175 million within the next 10 days.

Trump had previously faced a Monday deadline to pay a $454 million bond payment that came as a result of civil fraud allegations from New York Attorney General Letitia James.

A New York Appeals Court, hours before the deadline to post the $454 million, lowered that bond considerably. The court ordered that Trump post $175 million within 10 days. 

Trump said he will “abide” by the appeals decision and post the $175 million bond. 

If Trump does post the $175 million by the new deadline, it would effectively block James from attempts to seize Trump’s assets as he continues to appeal the judgment by New York Judge Arthur Engoron.

TRUMP BARRED FROM OPERATING BUSINESS, ORDERED TO PAY OVER $350 MILLION IN NY CIVIL FRAUD CASE

“Judge Engoron has refused to obey the decision of the Appellate Division relative to the Statute of Limitations. This is a confrontation between a Judge and those that rule above him – A very bad situation in which to place New York State and the Rule of Law! Engoron has disrespected the Appellate Division and its very clear and precise ruling,” Trump posted on his Truth Social Monday. “He should be made to do so, and at the same time, release the GAG ORDER.” 

Trump said the appeals ruling Monday is “the 5th time in this case that he has been overturned, a record.” 

Trump blasted Engoron, saying “his credibility, and that of Letitia James, has been shattered.” 

“We will abide by the decision of the Appellate Division, and post either a bond, equivalent securities, or cash,” Trump said. “This also shows how ridiculous and outrageous Engoron’s original decision was at $450 Million.” 

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Anders Hagstrom contributed to this report. 

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US issues warning to Americans in France on heels of Moscow attack

The American embassy in Paris has issued a security alert for U.S. Citizens in France following last week’s terrorist attack in Moscow. 

This means that visitors in France can expect to see heightened security in public areas, including public transport, places of worship, tourist sites, schools, sports venues, and other large commercial centers. 

The U.S. Embassy has warned that terrorists may target tourist locations “with little or no warning.” 

“Visitors to congested and popular tourist areas should be particularly attentive to their surroundings,” the embassy said, urging the public to report suspicious activity to law enforcement. 

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The warning comes after the French government elevated its Vigipirate national security alert system to its highest level, following a terrorist attack in Moscow on Friday evening. Russian authorities said “radical Islamists” killed 139 people at a suburban concert hall in Moscow. 

Later Monday, Italy followed France in stepping up security. The country’s national security council met Monday, and decided to increase security around Holy Week observances leading up to Easter this weekend. 

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Both surveillance and checks will be increased, “paying the most attention to the places of greatest aggregation and transit of people, as well as sensitive targets,’’ the Italian Interior Ministry said in a statement. Pope Francis has a busy schedule of events in Rome and at the Vatican in the days leading up to Easter Sunday.

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Tom Brady brags about niece, UCLA standout shortstop, on social media

Legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady was seen bragging about his family on social media, and it wasn’t one of his own kids this time. 

Instead, it was his niece, Maya Brady, the 22-year-old UCLA softball shortstop who belted two homers during the No. 14 Bruins’ victory over No. 8 Washington on Sunday. 

Maya’s longshots were the 61st and 62nd of her Bruins career, as she now ranks third all-time in home runs in program history. 

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Her uncle decided to show some love and praise on his Instagram Story.

“Sorry peeps it just runs in the family,” he captioned the post, which showed Maya’s accomplishment. “LFG!!!”

This isn’t the first time Brady has praised his niece over the years. In 2021, a UCLA Softball post showing Maya hitting a homer led to an X post from her uncle. 

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“Maya Brady, the most dominant athlete in the Brady family…by far!” Brady wrote at the time on his X account. 

And in 2022, a viral clip of Maya doing Tom’s signature fist pump after hitting another homer made waves. 

“Must run in the family (Sorry mom!),” Brady posted at the time, as he apologized for the expletive he and his niece said in the moment.

Maya, the oldest daughter of Tom’s eldest sister, Maureen, spoke about the competitive nature that naturally comes out in the Brady family.

“You literally have to compete to survive in this family,” she said during an espnW segment in 2021. “Whenever our entire family comes together, it turns bad very, very, very quickly.

“The Brady women are the strongest and most competitive.”

Maya is hoping her competitive spirit can help the Bruins win a national title this season. UCLA, which won the Pac-12 softball championship in 2021 and 2023, is currently 18-8 after avoiding a sweep from the Huskies over the weekend. They are 4-2 in Pac-12 play. 

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Maya has eight homers on the season thus far after belting a career-high 18 in 2023. She is in her fifth year with the program. 

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