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Josie Harris told me she didn’t really want to file that million lawsuit against Floyd Mayweather on Tuesday.
It debuted in 1984 in CBS, with the original premise of Charles being employed by the Pembrokes, headed by working parents Jill and Stan (the parents were played by Julie Cobb and eventual sitcom director James Widdoes) who hired a caretaker to handle their kids due to their work schedules teenage daughter Lila (April Lerman), smart middle brother Douglas (Jonathan Ward) and youngest child Jason (Michael Pearlman).
Charles held the responsibility of handling his charges' problems, often finding ways to fix them before the episode's end; even still, the children/teenagers he takes care of sometimes are quick to overreact when a plan of Charles to help them goes wrong.
She woke up not to her alarm but to one alert after another from her phone, filling up with text messages from friends asking if she’d seen what Mayweather said, and when she dropped her kids off at school, she was flooded by people asking her about it, too. “I don’t want to continue to bash Floyd in articles,” she said, knowing that, at the time, I was reporting on a Mayweather feature story. But I understand—because of what counselors and therapists have told me—this is just an abuser. He did a lot of [lying] at the very beginning, when it first initially happened.
“I don't like talking to the media.”She’s had to forward her cell phone number to another phone, where she just lets the voicemails pile up. And you know, the attorneys asked him to stop doing it, because it wasn’t OK. And for Katie Couric to be such a reputable journalist, why was she afraid to ask other questions?