Former Miss Kentucky Admits to Trading Sexual Pics With Teen
A former Miss Kentucky pageant queen broke down in tears as she admitted to exchanging sexual photos with a teenager. Ramsey Bearse, 29, pleaded guilty Tuesday in a West Virginia courtroom to sending topless photos to a 15-year-old boy via Snapchat between August and October 2018. Bearse was a teacher at the school the boy attended. "Since I am the adult, and he was just a teenager, it is my fault, and I accept full blame for the situation," she said in court.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to address a recent allegation of sexual assault on Friday. The former vice president has been facing pressure to respond to an accusation made last year by a woman who worked in his office when he was a senator. Tara Reade originally accused Biden of touching her neck and shoulders in the '90s. She later changed her story to include sexual assault. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with more. Mike Florio and Dan Katz determine which coach they'd want to drink a beer with in the latest PFT Draft. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined steps for preventing a second COVID-19 peak in UK: the test and trace programme, a two-week quarantine for arrivals into the country and financial support for vaccination in developing countries.
In the daily government briefing, he said the test and trace programme will allow the government to "replace national lockdowns with individual isolation and, if necessary, local action where there are outbreaks".
"We will explore the possibility of international travel corridors with countries that have low rates of infection," he said, "but only when the evidence shows that it is safe to do so." The former vice president is under pressure to address a claim that he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in his Senate office in 1993.