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Sydney Leathers, the girl at the heart of the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal (2013 edition), claims to have earned money from sex with older men.

Sydney Leathers Picture

Leathers boasts of offering sex for money, as well as her rampant drug use, her desire to "ruin" Weiner and fear that she herself was being blackmailed.

These shocking new revelations heap further embarrassment on the shamed New York City mayoral candidate, who is being pressured to quit the race.

Weiner has steadfastly refused to drop out, despite falling from first to fourth place in Democratic primary polling since the sexting scandal broke.

How long he can stay in remains an open question, however, especially after more information comes out about the dealings of Sydney Leathers.

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The trailer for Kirk Cameron's new movie, Unstoppable, was banned by Facebook and YouTube, but the ban has since been lifted on both, to his delight.

“Victory!! Friends, you did it,” the former Growing Pains star wrote on his personal page after a campaign to get the bans overturned was successful.

YouTube initially labeled the controversial Unstoppable teaser a violation of its “policy against spam, scams and commercially deceptive content.”

The new film, the devoutly conservative Christian says, addresses why God lets bad things happen to good people, and his personal journey of faith.

“If God is good, why is there so much suffering? Why all the pain? Why does He allow evil to in a world when he could stop it?” Cameron asks.

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Not surprisingly, Rihanna has topped the list of the Top 50 Most Influential Celebrities on the Web, a study put together by Zimbio determined.

Chart of Influence

In order to be considered, a celebs has to be active on both Twitter and Facebook, be primarily famous in the U.S., and have an individual account.

In other words, no bands, and no brands.

Given Rihanna's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram presence, it's no surprise that she edged Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears for the crown.

Google+ and YouTube accounts, as well as scores on Klout, were also used to determine which famous figures have the most dominant digital footprints.

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A guy who changed his relationship status on Facebook - from "Single" to "In a Relationship" - probably wasn't counting on this kind of feedback.

Either his friends are skeptical, have sophomoric senses of humor, or both, because the consensus seems to be that he's really just dating his hand.

Which has been given a number of celebrity names. Check out the pun-filled hilariousness below ... and marvel at just how many they came up with:

FB List 1

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Justin Carter, a Texas teenager, was arrested over a sarcastic Facebook comment and is now on suicide watch, according to multiple news outlets.

Justin Carter Photo

Carter, 19, was taken into custody in February after an argument he had on the social network regarding the online video game League of Legends.

"[S]omeone had said something to the effect of 'Oh you're insane, you're crazy, you're messed up in the head,’" his father Jack recalled to an ABC.

"To which [Justin] replied 'Oh yeah, I'm real messed up in the head, I'm going to go shoot up a school full of kids and eat their still, beating hearts.'"

The next two lines were "lol" and "jk" - but not everyone found it funny.

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The term "Bridezilla" is typically used to describe brides-to-be in wedding planning mode, but apparently this behavior can extend beyond the big day.

A wedding guest recently shared a Facebook message she got from the bride, not thanking her but calling her out for not giving more money. Seriously.

The guest, Tanya, and her date gave $100 to the newlyweds, which earned a stinging rebuke from the bride (not pictured below, but that's how we envision her).

Tanya shared the story with The Huffington Post:

Insane Bride!

"Last weekend I attended a wedding of a not-close friend with my boyfriend and as a gift we gave $100 cash. This was generous considering my financial situation.

I just finished university with $40,000 in student loans, and have only found part time (12-18 hrs per week) minimum wage work. I gave as much as I could and attended to show my support.

Today I received a rude, condescending message from the bride via Facebook messenger:

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Paris Jackson's dark period of severe depression has been largely the result of bullying, and Facebook the medium with which the haters let loose.

Paris Jackson, Bangs

Sources closely connected to Paris say the 15-year-old was often "reeling" from harsh comments left on her Facebook page about her father's lifestyle.

Some of the comments involve child molestation allegations against Michael Jackson, others involve the odd life Paris lived while Michael was alive.

As one source says of the comments, "They destroyed her." 

Another family insider "there's a nexus" between the bullying on Facebook and Paris Jackson cutting, a disturbing act she tried more than once.

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Facebook has changed its policy regarding the posting of mastectomy photos, permitting the controversial images amid a recent firestorm of debate.

It may seem like a minor change, but women behind the once-banned photos say it's a win in their quest to make the truth about breast cancer visual.

Mastectomy Tattoo

“We want the world to know that breast cancer is not a pink ribbon ... it is traumatic, it is life-changing, and it urgently needs a cure,” wrote Scorchy Barrington.

With a Change (dot) org petition, Barrington (who uses an assumed name) is a cancer survivor who was the force behind Facebook’s updated policy.

She felt compelled to act after learning that Facebook had removed several of them and banned SCAR Project photographer David Jay for 30 days.

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Dear MySpace: Facebook will see your $20 million relaunch and raise you... hastags!

Yes, the social network has finally joined Twitter in making it easy for users to take part in a public discussion of television shows, politics and everything related to Kim Kardashian.

Facebook Phoograph

“To date, there has not been a simple way to see the larger view of what’s happening or what people are talking about,” wrote Facebook product manager Greg Lindley in a company blog post yesterday.

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For fans of George Takei's hilarious, thought-provoking Facebook page may be disheartened to learn that it's actually ghostwritten. Is nothing sacred?!

Takei

Journalist Rick Polito recently revealed that he'd been jokes for Takei's feed at $10 each. It was just a quick aside, but it stunned Takei's fans nonetheless.

Wired got in touch with Takei, who was taken aback at the uproar.

"What is this hoo-ha about my FB posts?" Takei said in response.

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