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Playboy model, 34, claims police failed to investigate a chilling rape threat sent on Instagram

A Playboy model claims police failed to properly investigate a chilling rape threat against her because she works in the glamour industry. 

Germaine Love, 34, was horrified to receive a message from a man on Instagram saying: ‘I’m gonna go in your bar and drag you out by your hair, take you to a dark alley and then begin to rape you, I can’t wait to see you struggle.’ 

A shaken Ms Love, who has more than 35,000 followers on Instagram, called Cleveland Police to tell them she felt unsafe and to ask them to trace the person who left the vile threat. 

She has been in fear of attack at the cocktail bar she owns in Guisborough, North Yorkshire. 

However, she was appalled when the only response she received from police was advice to make her social media – which she uses to promote her bar and her modelling

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Trump needs to do better with women. Even Republicans say his debate performance failed to do that

President Donald Trump took four years of personal venom and outright lies and stuffed it all into 90 minutes of chaotic sparring with former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday night — a performance that, for all its sound and fury, even his allies said afterward was unlikely to change the dynamic of a contest that polls show he is losing.



Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: US President Donald Trump speaks during the first presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 29, 2020.


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US President Donald Trump speaks during the first presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 29, 2020.

One of the biggest issues Trump has faced in the polls: a large gender gap.

“The main thing keeping an anvil on Trump’s head in terms of job approval all this four years has been women. He does fine among men, but women have never given him high marks,” said Scott Jennings, a longtime adviser to Senate Majority Leader

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