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AvaLynn, a Mississippi girl, was allegedly severely beaten by another student at school, and photos of girl have gone viral on Facebook and Twitter on Friday. However, the school issued a statement saying the girl suffered injuries while playing on the playground.

A Facebook page for the girl–whose last name was not revealed–shows that she’s from Pascagoula, Miss.

The mother of the girl, Lacey Harris, wrote on Friday night: “As much as my heart is broken for my daughter, I am also amazed by the outpouring of love and support from our family, friends, Oasis church family and our community. Thank you so much for your concern, kind words, prayers, thoughts, shares, and donation. We ask that you continue these kind gestures.”

A local police official identified Harris as the mother, according to

The girl appeared to have two black eyes and cuts on her face.

On the girl’s official “Justice for Ava Lynn” page, it says that she “was attacked by another student on the school playground. We are fighting for answers and for greater supervision at school.”

A GoFundMe page was also set up for the girl. About $1,000 was raised so far. reported the girl was injured at Arlington Elementary School in Mississippi, and the Pascagoula School District issued a statement about the matter.

“A student was injured while playing on the playground at Arlington Elementary School Tuesday afternoon. School officials responded to the situation. The parent was contacted and the student received medical treatment. No other children were involved in the incident. The Pascagoula School District remains committed to the safety of all its students,” the statement reads.

On Twitter and Facebook, a number of users were retweeting several photos of the girl. The hashtags #Justice4AvaLynn and #JusticeForAvaLynn were trending on Friday.

Pascagoula Police Department Lt. Jim Roe told the website: “The mother alleges another child kicked her child on the slide. Right now, there’s no indication something criminal took place. I have spoken with school security and an assistant superintendent is investigating the matter.”

The publication said Harris filed a police report about the incident.

Authorities say a man was shot multiple times in broad daylight in West Philadelphia.

It happened around 2:00 p.m. Friday in the 5000 block of Haverford Avenue.

Police say the victim, a man in his 40s, was shot five times in the leg and once in the shoulder.

He was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in stable condition.

Authorities say three men were seen fleeing the area on foot shortly after the shooting. They were headed southbound on Farson Street from Haverford Avenue.

No word yet on a motive or any arrests.

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has been suspended for the first nine games of the season for violating the NFL’s personal conduct and substance abuse policies.

The All-Pro’s suspension broke down into four games for violations of the substance abuse policy and five games for violations of the personal conduct policy, a league source told ESPN’s Ed Werder. Smith will be allowed to be in the team’s facility for meetings while under suspension, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports.

He will be eligible to return to the 49ers’ active roster Nov. 10 following the team’s Nov. 9 game against New Orleans.

“Our organization has known this decision would come, and we have prepared for it as a team,” 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said in a statement Friday. “Aldon has taken responsibility for his actions and has continued to show growth personally and professionally. We will continue to support him, but it is time to put this matter behind us and focus on the season ahead.”

Based on the length of the suspension, Smith will lose $1.24 million of his $2.34 million salary, ESPN business analyst Andrew Brandt reports.

Smith, who met with commissioner Roger Goodell the first week of August, was sentenced in July to 11 days of work release in a Santa Clara County (Calif.) court after his September 2013 arrest for drunken driving. It was his second such arrest since entering the NFL in 2011. Also, Smith had three felony gun charges knocked down to misdemeanors.

Smith voluntarily missed five games last season when he entered a substance abuse treatment center. In October, in London, Goodell told reporters Smith’s aggressive approach to his problem could be considered when potential discipline was addressed, however it did not ultimately impact his punishment, a source told Werder.

In April, Smith was arrested on an alleged fake bomb threat, but the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office declined to press charges.

Smith, the No. 7 overall draft pick in 2011, has 42 sacks in 43 regular-season games.Last season, Smith finished with 8½ sacks and 34 tackles in 11 games with eight starts.

Smith will return for a Nov. 16 game against the New York Giants. He will be eligible for both games the 49ers have scheduled against division rival and defending Super Bowl champion Seattle — Week 13 at home and Week 15 on the road.

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Jeezy has pleaded not guilty to weapons charges stemming from a raid on his tour

bus after a Wiz Khalifa Under The Influence of Music tour stop, and now the

“Seen It All” rapper is free on bail.

Jeezy and five members of his entourage were arrested earlier this week in relation

to a shooting that occurred backstage at a Khalifa concert on Aug. 24. After a 38-year-

old man was killed, cops searched Jeezy’s tour bus and found an AK-47, which

stemmed illegal gun charges for the rapper and his friends. Now, all six men have

pleaded not guilty, according to Rolling Stone.

Bail was set for $1 million, and despite the high price tag, Jeezy posted the money.

As MTV reports, Jeezy and the five members of his entourage posted the bail last

night (Aug. 28) and would “be out shortly.”

Jeezy may or may not be a suspect in the Aug. 24 death; it’s unclear what a motive

would have been or whether or not the illicit weapon was connected to the shooting.
Luckily for Jeezy (and investigators), the rapper was being cooperative with auth


The weapons charge and arrest comes at a very inconvenient time for Jeezy. The

rapper’s seventh studio album Seen It All: The Autobiography is due for release on

Tuesday, Sept. 2. It also comes in the middle of his commitment at the Under the

Influence tour, which cancelled a concert on Sunday following the incident.

Jeezy’s court date is set for Sept. 5.

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