JAKARTA, Aug 25 (Reuters) – Indonesian police on Thursday denied accusations of violence from the family of a Harvard University transgender activist who died after being arrested on his honeymoon on the tourist island of Bali.
Rodrigo Ventosilla, 32, from Peru was detained by customs police when he arrived with his new husband, also Peruvian, his family said in a statement this week on Instagram, accusing Bali authorities of “police violence … racial discrimination and transphobia”.
A Bali police spokesman told Reuters that Ventosilla had been under investigation for drug offenses after suspected cannabis-derived products were found in his luggage.
Two days after he was arrested, Ventosilla was rushed to hospital and died on Aug. 11 because of “failure of bodily functions”, said police spokesman Stefanus Satake Bayu Setianto.
Bayu said that
Pakistan’s famous tourist place Swat has lost its glory due to recent flooding in the surrounding areas.
One of the biggest hotels in Kalam ‘Honeymoon Hotel’ has been swept away as a result of dangerous flooding. A video was released on social media in which it can be seen that a beautiful hotel was swept away by the flood. The hotel’s staff members and people present there were previously evacuated safely as a safety measure.
الام ا ا اور ل، مون ل لاب ا pic.twitter.com/Jb3ngXJWjt
— Pakistan Tourism (@PakistanJannatt) August 26, 2022
New Honeymoon Hotel is Kalam’s one of the biggest and most expensive hotels. With heavy rains continuing to batter parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, flash floods damaged houses and crops, blocked roads, and caused power outages in Swat, Dir, and Dera Ismail Khan districts.
Read more: PAF ramps up relief efforts in flood-affected areas
The administration of Malakand division
SEATTLE – A Tacoma woman says someone broke into her car, and later torched it while she was visiting Seattle for a honeymoon trip.
Rachel Cartledge and her husband got married a few weeks ago, and they decided to take a mini-honeymoon trip to Seattle for a concert.
She and her husband got a room at a hotel in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle.
On Sunday, the newlyweds planned to explore the city all day, however, when they saw the state
A transgender advocate and Harvard graduate student died in police custody this month while on his honeymoon in the Indonesian tourist island of Bali.
Rodrigo Ventosilla, a 32-year-old transmasculine person from Peru, and his husband, Sebastián Marallano, were detained Aug. 7 by customs police at the Bali airport for illegal possession of marijuana, Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Two days after the arrest, Ventosilla was taken to the hospital, where he died on Aug. 11 due to “failure of bodily functions,” according to police spokesperson Stefanus Satake Bayu Setianto, who added that Ventosilla became sick after taking medication that had not been confiscated by authorities.
The families of Ventosilla and Marallano, who has since returned to Peru, have accused authorities in Bali of “police violence … racial discrimination and transphobia,” according to their statement on Instagram. They are also alleging that Ventosilla was not provided access
There’s fame, and then there’s Bennifer-level fame. And one downside of being so iconic is the constant paparazzi attention that comes along with it.
According to Page Six, Ben Affleck apparently wasn’t happy about the lack of privacy he had during his Parisian honeymoon with Jennifer Lopez. “Ben was a little freaked out in Paris,” a source shared, adding that while he’s used to having photos snapped of them, “this was a whole new level — an almost Princess Diana level.”
The insider continued, “Ben is used to the flashing lights. But he felt that the honeymoon was a tsunami. Jen’s made out of steel and knows it comes with the territory [but] he still gets pissed off.”
Throughout their weeklong honeymoon, Ben and Jen’s every move was well-documented. They were
Before Teresa Giudice and Luis “Louie” Ruelas jet off to celebrate their new marriage, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member is leaving behind a parting gift. “I wanted to share one more exciting life update before I leave for my honeymoon!” Teresa began her August 10 announcements on Instagramcryptically teasing that “the rumors are true.”
As it turns out, the RHONJ OG’s big reveal was that she’s starting a new podcast called Namaste B$tches after she and Louie return from their romantic getaway. Co-hosted by Stanford Medicine–certified nutritionist Melissa Pfeisterthe podcast will officially launch on September 21, but in the meantime, they are already asking fans to start sending in their questions.
“Get ready because we’re telling it like it is and talking about everything,” Teresa says in the Namaste B$tches trailer, which dropped the same day. The podcast’s official synopsis previewed the women
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Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas are planning to spend their honeymoon in Greece, where he proposed in October.
A source informed DailyMail.com that the lovebirds, who wed on Saturday, were spotted at Newark airport on Thursday catching a plane to Athens, Greece, following their nuptials.
‘It’s a very special place for them, and they’re looking forward to celebrating their love for one another after the big bash,’ the source explained.
Getaway: Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas are reportedly spending their honeymoon in Greece, where he proposed in October
Few women’s outfit choices were as consequential as Princess Diana’s. That’s why it comes as a surprise that one of the famous royal’s most iconic outfits was chosen, essentially, by fluke. After getting married in St Paul’s Cathedral, Diana wore a peach suit with ruffle detail when she left on her honeymoon with Prince Charles. The pink ensemble was crafted by the designers at Bellville Sassoon, who almost did not let her enter their store.
As the story goes, then-Diana Spencer visited the Bellville Sassoon shop in London shortly after she became engaged to Prince Charles. The 19-year-old was looking for an outfit for her engagement photos. It was almost closing time at the store and, not recognizing Diana, the sales associate told her that Harrod’s department store “is just around the corner.” It was there that Diana picked out the
A downstate bride honeymooning in northern Michigan says the celebration hit a snag when someone stole her wedding dress.
Fay Wilusz and her new husband Chris have no doubt been through a lot together. “We were friends for 11 years and we decided to start dating. And it worked out!”
And they made it official with a weekend wedding. “We decided to take our honeymoon in Traverse City, just to keep it local…. just the people there, I love a small town, we love going up north,” she says.
But splash in some honeymoon horror – where the mystery started. “I’m not going to lie, this whole incident kind of a put a damper on the whole Traverse City trip.”
She hung her hopes on northern Michigan for a memorable trip, and she hung her wedding dress “on the bathroom hook. I did that so the dress didn’t get wrinkled.”
Thieves targeting a Milwaukee parking garage are leaving some customers with their parking slip and car keys but no car.WISN 12 News heard from at least two people outside the parking structure at 9thStreet and Juneau Avenue who went to retrieve their car, only to find it missing from the garage that they thought was secure.This is the same parking garage in the Brewery District that WISN 12 News reported earlier this month had experienced car break-ins and thefts. Then, the president and CEO of Interstate Parking Co., the company that owns the parking garage, told WISN 12 news that they have around-the-clock security, a 24-hour alert system and cameras that connect directly with the Milwaukee Police Department. But even all those measures couldn’t stop thieves from taking one man’s 2013 Kia Optima. AJ Escajeda told WISN 12 News he and his wife were visiting Milwaukee for their honeymoon when …Read more →