Mark Meadows broke COVID-19 rules with 70-person wedding: report

  • White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly hosted 70-plus people for his daughter’s wedding in Atlanta, breaking state COVID-19 rules.
  • Photos show guests maskless at a lavish indoor ballroom, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
  • Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio was also reportedly at the event. 
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White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly hosted more than 70 guests for his daughter’s wedding in Atlanta in late May, despite COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time.

Photos obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution show people in close clusters, dressed in tuxedos and ball gowns, and without masks at a lavish indoor venue on May 31.

At the time, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp limited gatherings to 10 people to help curb the spread of coronavirus.

The party took place at the upscale Biltmore Ballrooms in the city, with “crystal chandeliers, marble floors and a frame

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Police: Suspended CT trooper broke mirror after argument at wedding

SOUTHINGTON — Local authorities have arrested an eight-year veteran of the Connecticut State Police on assault and other offenses after they say he took a mirror off a wall and broke it during an argument.

Police said Christopher Russell got into an argument with a family member Saturday while they were at a wedding.

When they returned to Russell’s Southington home, the argument “continued and became physical,” when Rusell “took a mirror off the wall” and broke it, Southington Police said.

A child was in the home during the argument, police said.

Christopher Russell, 46 Photo: Contributed /Southington Police Department

Photo: Contributed /Southington Police Department

Police said they were sent to the home around 8:40 p.m.

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‘I’m passionate about animals… my new body cream had to be cruelty-free’: How ex-Miss Great Britan Gemma Garrett broke into the beauty business

Developing an organic, cruelty-free beauty product from scratch is no easy feat as local businesswoman and animal lover Gemma Garrett has found out.

he former beauty queen has navigated a minefield of red tape and the challenges of lockdown to create her first own-brand, ethically sourced, environmentally friendly body cream.

The launch of her luxury lotion this week was not exactly the champagne celebration she has planned, thanks to Covid-19 restrictions, but Gemma (39) is still thrilled to finally see over two years of hard work come to fruition.

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