Jeiel Damina Height, Age, Biography, Wiki, Net Worth
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So, for those of you looking for Jeiel Damina WhatsApp number, songs, movies, boyfriend, family, State of origin, age, Nationality, pictures & her real lifestyle. All you have to do right now is to calm down and read this article till the end. This is a musical super star who happens to be the daughter of a well known Pastor based in Akwa Ibom state, Pastor Abel Damina of Power City International.
Jeiel Damina is a very famous music composer and a musical artist who is from Nigeria. She is exactly known as a singer. She is also popularly known as an actress and a dancer. She is popularly known for Best Friend in World which is a web series in which her acting was praised by everyone.
Jeiel Damina Age – WhatsApp Number, Family, State Of Origin, Net Worth, Nationality & Pictures
|Birthday||September 4, 2002|
|Profession||Actress, Singer, Dancer, Writer|
|Siblings||Jesimel and Jemima|
|Jeiel A damina|
The super talented Nigerian singer & actress, Jeiel Damina has had an interest in acting since her childhood as she started to act at a
very young age when she was just 8 years old.
Jeiel Damina Biography – Net Worth, Phone Number, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Parents, Family, Instagram & Sister
Jeiel Damina’s Songs
Jeiel Damina has a number of songs to her credit. Some of them include:
• What Best Friends Do (ft. Lyta and Picazo Rhap)
• The Final Word
• Christmas Time
10 Facts You Possibly Don’t Know About Jeiel Damina
- Jeiel Damina is a very famous music composer and a musical artist who
is from Nigeria.
- Jeielwas born on September 4, 2002, in Kaduna, Nigeria and created her beautiful childhood memories there.
- The 2002 born pretty Jeiel stands at the height of 165 cm tall and her weight and body measurements are still not known to anyone.
- It is also known that she is completing her education there in Jeiel Kaduna, Nigeria. And she is currently living in her hometown Kaduna, Nigeria.
- Information about her parents, families, and friends are not known to anyone as she is someone who believes that personal life and professional life should be separate.
- She has two sisters named Jesimel and Jemima with whom she formed Triple J Plus.
- Her love life is also not known to any of her fans yet. But her fandom is eagerly waiting for her to give official information about her relationship status.
- She is not so active in social media as she is only seen using social sites sometimes.
- She has 6100 followers on her official Facebook page and has more than 9356 followers on her official Twitter account.
- Her net worth is yet to be disclosed.
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O.J. Simpson and the Menendez Brothers: Their Surprising Connection
They were the men who ignited two of the most notorious legal trials of the 1990s.
Lyle and Erik Menendez, two brothers who seemingly enjoyed a privileged upbringing, shocked the nation by turning a shotgun on their parents in their Beverly Hills home in August 1989. And O.J. Simpson, a football Hall of Famer turned actor and TV personality, became the top suspect in the June 1994 slaying of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman in nearby Brentwood, his apprehension marked by an epic car chase through the sprawling freeways of Los Angeles.
But while they were linked in the public consciousness through their association with the gruesome murders, they also forged a tight bond behind bars as they waited out the high-profile jury deliberations that would decide their freedom.
The young Menendez boys first met Simpson at the height of his fame
Simpson and the Menendez brothers had previously met in the mid-1970s, when the former was a record-setting running back with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and the latter two were the young sons of the Hertz rental car executive who helped ink the famed athlete to an endorsement deal.
The business ties led to a more personal connection, as Simpson became a guest at the Menendez home. Lyle, the older brother, later recalled to People the backyard catches enjoyed with the larger-than-life sporting hero and the signed footballs he gave the boys.
More than a decade later, Lyle ran into Simpson in an L.A. restaurant alongside his Princeton University tennis teammates, a few months before his life was upended by the shotgun blasts fired at Jose and Kitty Menendez.
Erik became Simpson’s neighboring cellmate
When they all met again at Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail, it was the Menendez brothers, already incarcerated for more than four years and preparing for a retrial after the first one’s hung jury, who were in a position to offer guidance.
As told in Robert Rand’s The Menendez Murders (2018), Simpson wound up in the cell next to Erik following the conclusion of his infamous car chase. While the former NFL star was treated “like royalty” by the awed guards, he also was in shock from the abrupt change to his lifestyle and despondent about his tarnished reputation.
Erik warned his neighbor about the relentless media scrutiny to come and advised him to avoid discussing his case with fellow inmates or guards. He also earned Simpson’s gratitude for penning a letter that urged him to start thinking more about his life and future. “When you cry – remember those tears,” Erik wrote. “Hold them because you’re crying for your children, you’re crying for everything you’re losing.”
Additionally, as revealed in the A&E docuseries The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All (2018), it was the younger brother who used his connections to hook the athlete up with Johnnie Cochran, the lawyer who would have an outsize impact on the soon-to-come Simpson trial.
Lyle advised Simpson to admit guilt
Lyle had his own frequent interactions with Simpson, the two sharing more than 100 conversations as they awaited meetings with legal representation in the jail’s attorney room.
Believing Simpson to be guilty of the killings, Lyle suggested he accept a plea bargain and offered pointers on the difference between murder and manslaughter charges, though Simpson again seemed a little too preoccupied with his reputation to consider admitting guilt.
Lyle also wrote Simpson a letter in which he urged him to come clean with the full story. “I told him I thought the public would understand,” t
he older brother relayed to Rand for The Menendez Murders. “I expressed my concern that [lawyer] Robert Shapiro wouldn’t let him tell the truth. I said I knew it obviously wasn’t planned, and that he had snapped in the heat of passion.”
Erik believes the Simpson verdict affected his chances of success
While Simpson and the Menendez brothers grew close during their shared time in prison, their paths soon diverged with the outcomes of their contentious and exhaustively covered trials.
On October 3, 1995, Simpson was found not guilty of double homicide. The retrial of Lyle and Erik began just eight days later, eventually ending with their conviction on first-degree murder charges and double life sentences.
While the brothers have largely shied away from publicly discussing their old jailhouse confidant, it’s clear there remains some lingering resentment over the perception that Simpson’s victory spelled bad news for their chances of acquittal.
“O.J.’s verdict had a very negative effect on our case,” the younger brother opined in The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All, suggesting that the L.A. County District Attorney’s office needed to bounce back from letting a Simpson indictment slip through their grasp.
“Because this verdict was so shocking, there was this sense an extreme injustice had happened and now we’re gonna have to right it with every defendant that comes up,” said Erik, adding, “We were the next defendant.”
Elizabeth Smart: A Complete Timeline of Her Kidnapping, Rescue and Aftermath
In early June 2002, days before she was set to graduate from middle school, 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart was taken from her home in Salt Lake City, Utah, and held captive by street preacher Brian David Mitchell and his wife, Wanda Barzee.
Chained to a tree in a campsite just miles from home, Smart was repeatedly raped, starved and forced to drink alcohol and view pornography. She was also sometimes brought to town as her captors acquired provisions, her face concealed by a veil, so near and yet so far from the worried family and volunteers who desperately combed the area.
But this was a rare horror story with a happy ending, as the clues led to the teenager’s safe return less than a year after her disappearance. And despite the legal obstacles that threatened to indefinitely delay a trial, Smart eventually saw her captors receive their just punishment as she continued her remarkable recovery from the life-changing ordeal.
Here is a complete timeline of Smart’s abduction and aftermath:
Fall 2001: Smart first encounters Mitchell
Smart and her mother, Lois, come across a clean-shaven Mitchell panhandling in downtown Salt Lake City. Lois hands over five dollars and says he can earn more by working on the family roof, an offer the beggar, who calls himself “Immanuel,” accepts for a day job in November.
June 5, 2002: Smart is kidnapped
Smart is jolted awake in the early-morning hours by a knife pressed to her throat and a voice ordering her out of bed. Her younger sister, Mary Katherine, is also awakened, though she remains motionless until rushing to their parents a few hours later.
Smart, who recognizes her now-bearded abductor as Immanuel, is forced on a grueling hike up the foothills behind her home until they reach a campsite, where they are “married” in a ceremony by Barzee.
June 14, 2002: Police arrest a potential suspect
Richard Ricci, a career criminal who also worked at the Smart home, is arrested for a parole violation, though he is not yet a formal suspect. Four weeks later he is charged with stealing jewelry and other items from both the Smarts and another family in the neighborhood.
July 24, 2002: Mitchell attempts to abduct Smart’s cousin
Police are summoned to the home of Lois’ sister after a daughter is awakened by someone cutting through a bedroom window. It is later revealed that Mitchell and Barzee were behind the attempted break-in, with Mitchell seeking to make Smart’s 15-year-old cousin another bride.
August 30, 2002: Top suspect Ricci dies in prison
Three days after suffering a brain hemorrhage that left him in a coma, Ricci is removed from life support. Smart family spokesman Chris Thomas suggests that Ricci’s death might motivate others harboring useful information to come forward. “Perhaps those people will now be more inclined to tell police what they know,” he says.
September 2002: Mitchell, Barzee and Smart take a bus to California
The trio will spend the next several months in the San Diego area, moving between campsites and eating at homeless shelters. Smart later writes about Mitchell’s attempt to kidnap another girl during this time.
Oct 12, 2002: Mary Katherine remembers her sister’s abductor
The recollection comes as Mary Katherine thumbs through a Guinness Book of World Records. Upon coming to a page of a muscular woman, she suddenly remembers the homeless handyman who helped fix the roof the previous year, his voice identical to the one that ordered her sister out of their room on that traumatic night in June.
February 3, 2003: The Smart family publicizes Mitchell’s police sketch
After clashing with authorities over the issue, the Smart family goes public with a sketch of “Immanuel.” Police downplay the significance of releasing the sketch, but a woman soon comes forward to say that the suspect may be her brother, while Mitchell’s stepson identifies him after seeing the sketch and a photo on the February 15 episode of America’s Most Wanted.
February 2003: Smart persuades Mitchell to take them back to Salt Lake City
Following Mitchell’s announcement that the family will move to a faraway city like New York or Boston, Smart shrewdly reveals her “belief” that God wants them to return to Salt Lake City. Mitchell agrees and soon has them hitchhiking back to Utah.
March 12, 2003: Smart is rescued and reunited with her family
Smart and her two captors are discovered walking the street in Sandy, Utah, a few miles from Salt Lake City. The teenager is taken to the police station in her hometown, where she joyfully reunites with her family.
July 26, 2005: Mitchell is found incompetent to stand trial
March 5, 2008: Mitchell and Barzee are indicted on federal charges
A federal grand jury indicts Mitchell and Barzee on charges of interstate kidnapping and unlawful transportation of a minor across state lines. In October, after the state judge denies a request to forcibly medicate Mitchell, the case is transferred to the federal court system.
November 17, 2009: Barzee pleads guilty
Two weeks before another competency hearing commences for Mitchell, Barzee formally admits to her role in the kidnapping and enslavement of Smart. “I’m so sorry, Elizabeth, for all the pain and suffering I caused you and your family,” she says in court. “It is my hope you will be able to find it in your heart and forgive me.”
March 1, 2010: Mitchell is deemed competent for trial
After years of disrupting hearings by delivering admonishments and singing hymns, Mitchell is found competent to stand trial. “The evidence proves that Mitchell has the capacity to assist his counsel in his defense and the ability to behave appropriately in the courtroom,” the federal judge writes in his 149-page ruling.
May 21, 2010: Barzee receives a 15-year sentence
Barzee is sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for kidnapping and sexual assault and one to 15 years at the Utah State Prison for the attempted kidnapping of Smart’s cousin, the sentences to run concurrently. The defendant also receives a stern admonishment from Smart’s mother: “What you did to our family and our girl Elizabeth was wrong. It was wrong, and it was evil,” Lois tells Barzee. “You hurt our family in ways you’ll never know.”
November 1, 2010: Mitchell’s trial begins
Mitchell’s long-awaited trial on felony kidnapping, sexual assault and burglary charges begins with jury selection. A few days later, after the trial’s sudden halt over a request for a new venue, an appeals court rules that proceedings can continue in Salt Lake City.
November 8-10, 2010: Smart tells her story in court
Returning from her international Mormon missionary work for three days of testimony, a composed Smart details the sexual abuse and horrific conditions she endured over nine months in captivity. She also recalls a situation in which she was nearly rescued by a detective in a library, but was too scared to ask for help.
November 18-19, 2010: Barzee testifies against Mitchell
Taking the stand as part of her plea deal, Barzee explains the “revelation” that drove her husband’s desire to abduct girls until he had 350 wives, and describes how she followed orders to prepare the first campsite for Smart’s arrival.
December 10, 2010: Mitchell is convicted
Rejecting the defense’s insanity argument, the jury finds Mitchell guilty of kidnapping and unlawful transportation of a minor across state lines for sexual activity. Smart, who is seen exchanging smiles with her mother when the verdict is announced, afterward says she is “thrilled” with the outcome.
May 25, 2011: Mitchell is sentenced to life in prison
Smart, who has launched the Elizabeth Smart Foundation to combat sexual violence, confronts her abductor shortly before he receives a life sentence for his crimes. “I know that you know what you did was wrong,” she says. “You took away nine months of my life that can never be returned, but in this life or next, you will have to be held responsible for those actions, and I hope you are ready for when that time comes.”
October 7, 2013: Smart authors a memoir
Now married, Smart publishes her first memoir of the ordeal, My Story. She follows with a second book in March 2018, Where There’s Hope: Healing, Moving Forward, and Never Giving Up.
Sept. 19, 2018: Barzee is released from prison
Barzee is granted her freedom under the conditions that she registers as a sex offender and participate in a mental health treatment program. Smart, who’d voiced her opposition to the parole board’s decision, follows with an Instagram post: “May we all remain vigilant in watching over our families, friends, and community from anyone who would seek to hurt or take advantage. I truly believe life is meant to be happy and beautiful, and no matter what happens that will remain my goal for me and for my family.”
10 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Devil Wears Prada’
Based on Lauren Weisberger’s New York Times bestselling novel The Devil Wears Prada, the 2006 movie explored the tense relationship between magazine editor Miranda Priestly, played by Meryl Streep and her newest assistant, Andrea “Andy” Sachs, played by Anne Hathaway. The film was both a commercial and box office success, and its eminently quotable dialogue and fresh look at the fashion world has left a lasting influence on the cultural zeitgeist. Here are 10 facts you may not know about the film:
The film rights were bought before the book was even finished
After graduating from Cornell University with an English degree, Weisberger landed a position as an assistant to Vogue magazine editor Anna Wintour, working there for just under a year. Wintour, a legendary figure in the fashion and publishing world, had already cultivated a reputation as a demanding, strong-willed boss. Weisberger began working on the novel several years after she’d left Vogue, and the unfinished manuscript made the rounds to both publishing houses and film production companies.
Elizabeth Gabler, then the head of Fox 2000 studio, was immediately taken with the idea. As she told Indiewire, “The idea was so strong, the concept so clear and so enticing, that we thought we would be able to figure out a movie from it no matter what the eventual manuscript turned out to be.” Carla Hacken, Gabler’s development chief, was equally enthusiastic: “I thought Miranda Priestly was one of the greatest villains ever. I remember we aggressively went in and scooped it up.”
It took multiple tries to get the script right
Although everyone involved with the project saw its potential, the development process was tricky. Early drafts of the script came across as too mean-spirited and satirical, with the character of Andy obsessed with getting revenge on her cruel boss. Director David Frankel, who was in negotiations to helm the film, suggested shifting gears to focus on both the success (and sacrifices) made by a successful woman like Miranda in a male-dominated world. The producers hired a then-little-known writer, Aline Brosh McKenna (who would later pen several screenplays and co-create the TV series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), who spent more than a year working with Frankel on a new script, which jettisoned much of the content from the last part of Weisberger’s book
Streep played hardball when it came to her salary
The legendary actress was everyone’s first choice to play Miranda. Streep quickly signed on, certain the film would be a success. But when she learned what producers had offered her for the role, she was offended. As she told Variety, “The offer was to my mind slightly, if not insulting, not perhaps reflective of my actual value to the project.” Perhaps inspired by Miranda’s sense of her own value, she considered backing out of the project: “I was 55, and I had just learned, at a very late date, how to deal on my own behalf.”
Streep won the battle, and her salary was upped to $4 million — twice what she was initially offered. She also won assurances that the final script would include scenes further humanizing Miranda and exploring what made her tick. As she said, “I wanted a scene where she is without her armor, the unpeeled scene in the hotel room — just to see that face without it protective glaze, to glimpse the woman in the businesswoman.”
Hathaway was low on the list of actresses considered for the role
While Streep may have been the first choice to play Priestly, the studio was determined to cast Rachel McAdams opposite her as Andy. McAdams was coming off box-office successes The Notebook and Mean Girls, but she repeatedly turned down the role (as well as a number of other potential gigs in high-profile films during that period) in an effort to get away from more mainstream material.
Hathaway later said that she’d made her case to the studio, including tracing the words “Hire me” in the sand of a Zen garden in-studio exec Carla Hacken’s office. But Hathaway had director Frankel in her corner, and as she told Variety, “I didn’t have to audition. I had to be patient. I wasn’t the first choice.” In 2021, during a virtual appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Hathaway revealed that she’d actually been the ninth choice for the role.
Emily Blunt’s character wasn’t meant to be British
Casting the rest of the film was no easier. Stanley Tucci didn’t sign on to play Nigel until 72 hours before his first time on set. And producers auditioned more than 100 actresses for the role of Emily, Priestly’s senior assistant. British actress Emily Blunt was on the same studio lot during this period, doing several rounds of auditions and callbacks for another film, the dragon fantasy film Eragon, which would later open to scathing reviews.
A casting agent working on The Devil Wears Prada filmed an audition with Blunt, who was casually dressed in jeans and flip-flops because she was running late for a flight home to London. Despite her character’s American origins, she did the scene in a strict British accent, and the tape won over Frankel. Once the producers of Eragon officially passed on casting Blunt, Frankel quickly had her fly back for a meeting with Fox 2000 execs to seal the deal.
Streep based her performance on some surprising people
At the first table read before filming, the cast and crew were eager to see how Streep would approach her outsized character. As Hathaway said, “I think we all had an idea of what Miranda would sound like. It was a strident, bossy, barking voice.” Instead, Streep shocked everyone. “When Meryl opened her mouth and basically whispered, everybody in the room drew a collective gasp. It was so unexpected and brilliant,” Hathaway recalled.
Streep, who famously stayed in character throughout the entire shoot, later admitted that she had gotten the idea for her voice from actor Clint Eastwood. “He never, ever, ever raises his voice and everyone has to lean in to listen, and he is automatically the most powerful person in the room,” she said. She based Priestly’s cutting, observant sense of humor on her close friend and frequent collaborator, director Mike Nichols.
Hathaway had to gain — and then lose — weight for the film
After signing on, Hathaway said that the producers asked her to gain 10 pounds to visually reinforce the fish out of water atmosphere her (already thin) character experiences in the cut-throat, weight-obsessed world of the fashion industry. Hathaway happily obliged, scarfing down beer, ice cream and pizza.
But when she met with designer Patricia Field, she was told she needed to shed the weight in order to fit into the couture outfits. It took Hathaway a month to gain the weight, and two months to drop it.
Streep wore Karan, not Prada
Stylist and designer Field got her start in New York’s downtown punk scene in the 1960s and ’70s. But she’s probably best known for her work on another NYC cultural and style icon, Sex and the City. During her first meeting with Streep, the actress said he wanted to base her overall look on late Harper’s Bizarre editor Liz Tilberis, and her bright white hair on legendary model Carmen Dell’Orefice.
Fields immediately turned to designer and friend Donna Karan, scouring Karan’s fashion archives for clothes from the ’80s and ’90s to create Streep’s wardrobe. But other designers proved warier, perhaps concerned about blowback from the powerful Wintour. Fields cobbled together what she could from her contacts, but the film’s costume budget eventually grew to $1 million.
Budget concerns almost scuttled the film’s ending
With a tight budget and a limited shooting schedule, Frankel and the producers were told that they could not film on location in Paris for the finale section of the film set during Fashion Week. They eventually relented, allowing Frankel to fly there on a weekend to shoot some locations. They were impressed enough with his “sizzle” reel to up the budget, allowing for two days on location.
But just for Hathaway and Simon Baker, who played a roguish writer and love interest for Andy. That was it. As Frankel told Indiewire, “We were not allowed to bring Meryl to Paris. She never went to Paris. We used green screen of her in the Mercedes, half shot on stage and using plates for Paris; she steps out of the Mercedes onto the steps of the Museum of the City of New York, and we used wide shots of her double in Paris.”
Blunt and Tucci are now family
In 2010, the recently widowed Tucci attended Blunt’s wedding to actor John Krasinksi, where he met her sister, Felicity. The two hit it off and were wed in 2012, with guests including Blunt and Streep. “Stanley is in my actual family,” Blunt told Variety. “How frightening is that? He’s married to my sister. All thanks to The Devil Wears Prada.”
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