Investigators say they found the images on Michael Skupin’s laptop while looking into an alleged Ponzi scheme and his bond has been set at $350,000Michigan authorities have charged a former Survivor contestant with possessing child abuse images and running a Ponzi scheme. Michael Skupin was arraigned on Friday in Oakland County on a dozen felony charges, including child porn possession, larceny by conversion and racketeering.
Maya Widmaier Picasso, 80, says dealer Larry Gagosian ‘paid in good faith the proper price’ for her grandfather’s 1931 Bust of a WomanPablo Picasso’s granddaughter, Maya Widmaier Picasso, has weighed in on a dispute over the spectacular Bust of a Woman, a sculpture of her mother, Marie-Thérèse Walter. In a statement, Widmaier Picasso, 80, dismissed allegations that she sold the same work twice, saying the dealer Larry Gagosian had “paid in good faith the proper price” for the 1931 plaster bust.
• Scotland 9-15 EnglandEddie Jones will be ordering beers rather than biers for his players after what had appeared to be one of their trickier obstacles on the trail of the Six Nations title was negotiated with something approaching ease. Yet again, Scotland failed to score a try against England here and at no point were they able to exploit the atmosphere generated by the home crowd, never rising above the ordinary.
If Leicester City are the sensation of the season so far, Spurs are emerging as surprise No2. This win – far more emphatic than the scoreline suggests – added to the quietly spoken suspicion that the team that now stands second in the table could yet finish on top. There is still a long way to go, and Spurs have a couple of cup competitions to navigate as well as the Premier League, but teams will have to excel to amass more points in the campaign than Mauricio Pochettino’s men.