LSU Women’s Basketball Coach Kim Mulkey Fires Back at Washington Post: Threatens Legal Action

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – LSU women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey is embroiled in a dispute with the Washington Post. After criticizing the newspaper over an upcoming article, Mulkey referred to reporter Kent Babb as “sleazy.” Despite the controversy surrounding her comments, the third-seeded LSU team managed to secure a victory against Middle Tennessee State in the NCAA Tournament to advance to the Sweet 16. Mulkey revealed that her players were unaware of the situation until they read about it online. She made it clear that she does not discuss negative press with her team. The … Read more

LSU Women’s Basketball Coach Kim Mulkey Makes Bold Threats Over Unpublished Washington Post Article

BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA – LSU women’s basketball coach, Kim Mulkey, is taking aim at a rumored article from The Washington Post, urging people to disregard its content. In a fiery four-minute statement during the March Madness games, Mulkey threatened the outlet with a lawsuit and accused the reporter involved of unethical behavior. The speculation about the Post article started when Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated tweeted about a forthcoming story. The exact nature of the article remains unknown, but Mulkey revealed that the Post had been reaching out to former players who had grievances with … Read more

Kim Mulkey Prepared for Legal Battle as Anticipated Washington Post Story Looms

Baton Rouge, Louisiana – LSU head women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey has made it clear that she is prepared to take legal action against the Washington Post if the newspaper publishes a “hit piece” about her. Mulkey, who claims to have hired the best defamation law firm in the country, issued this warning at a media conference on Saturday. The content, subject matter, and publication date of the anticipated story are unknown, but Mulkey stated that the reporter has been gathering information for the past couple of years. Mulkey’s stance comes in response to a … Read more

Kim Foxx reflects on the Emonte Morgan verdict, addressing significant outcomes for Cook County

Chicago, Illinois – Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx addressed the public following a jury’s delivery of the verdict in the trial of Emonte Morgan. Morgan was on trial for the fatal shooting of Chicago Police Officer Ella French and the serious injury of Officer Carlos Yanez Jr. during a routine traffic stop. During her press conference, Foxx expressed her condolences to the French and Yanez families, acknowledging the pain and loss they have experienced. She emphasized the importance of supporting law enforcement officers and their families during these difficult times. Foxx also reiterated her … Read more