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Morgan Freeman among list of 963 Americans ‘permanently banned’ from entering Russia
Morgan Freeman is among 963 Americans who have been ‘permanently banned’ from entering Russia.The Shawshank Redemption actor, 84, joins a bumper list of celebrities who are forbidden to set foot in the country, including Mark Zuckerberg and the former first lady Hilary Clinton.The move comes in response to US sanctions imposed on the country for its invasion of Ukraine.Freeman was reportedly added to the list after appearing in a video clip in 2017 that accused the Russian government of meddling with American democracy.The Hollywood A-lister narrated the promotional video for an organisation named The Committee to Investigate Russia, according to CNN.The clip was directed by filmmaker Rob Reiner, best known for movies including The Princess Bride and When Harry Met Sally, and he has also been added to the Kremlin’s list.‘We emphasise that the hostile actions taken by Washington, which boomerang against the United States itself, will continue to receive a proper rebuff,’ Kremlin officials said.‘Russian counter-sanctions are forced and aimed at forcing the ruling American regime… to change its behaviour, recognising new geopolitical realities.’Democratic lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was also listed, alongside the late US senator John McCain, who died in 2018.Russia previously banned US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris from entering the country.Secretary of State Antony Blinken, CIA chief William Burns, Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin, and national security adviser Jake Sullivan were also among the names.The updated list comes after reports that Vladimir Putin’s health has been deteriorating for the past five years.Independent Russian media outlet Proekt scrutinised the Russian President’s absences,
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Downfall of original WWE pin-up Sunny led to porn films and arrest on terror charge
WWE.But skip forward 25 years or so later and Tammy is more likely to be found in a prison cell or porn film than in a wrestling ring.And just last month she was arrested on weapon and terror threat charges after attacking her partner with scissors.But back when she was at the height of her popularity, she was the one that every woman wanted to be and “every man wanted to be with”, she claimed.The now-49-year-old burst onto the scene in the Smoky Mountain Wrestling promotion as Tammy Fytch in 1993.She joined for just six months, having started out in the business alongside then-boyfriend Chris Candido.Her original gimmick was as someone who “idolised” Hilary Clinton, but footage of that era is a little hard to come by, as SMW was only available to watch on smaller, local American channels at the time.But it was in 1995 when she really made a name for herself.The New Jersey-native, who is the daughter of a US Navy man, debuted for the then-WWF as Tamara Murphy, but would join up with her boyfriend one month later – changing her name to Sunny in the process.And it didn't take long for her to become to quintessential diva everyone fell in love with.Speaking to Title Match Wrestling, she recalled: “They just gave me a microphone, and I was just so natural at everything.“I love what I do, and I'm grateful for not having to do a 9-5 thing, but it just kind of turned into a job.“When I was in WWE, there was me, Sable and Marlena (Luna Vachon) – so every time one of us came out it was special. “The place would erupt."And during a 1997 interview with TSN's Off The Record she talked about how she was portrayed on-screen – which was often wearing next-to-nothing.She said: “We want to sell sex appeal – we don't want to sell sex.