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Meghan McCain Shares Touching Tribute to Late Father: ‘All That I Am Is Thanks to Him’

Following Sen. John McCain’s death at age 81 on Saturday after a battle with stage-four brain cancer, the late political maverick and war hero’s daughter Meghan McCain shared a touching tribute on social media.

In a message she captioned “I love you forever – my beloved father @SenJohnMcCain,” Meghan, 33, revealed that she was by her father’s side as he “departed this life today.”

“In the thirty-three years we shared together, he raised me, taught me, corrected me, comforted me, encouraged me, and supported me in all things,” she wrote. “He taught me how to live. His love and his care, ever present, always unfailing, took me from a girl to a woman — and he showed me what it is to be a man.”

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When planning her wedding to Ben Domenech last fall, Meghan pushed the date forward in the wake of her father’s cancer diagnosis. Despite his tenuous health, the ailing senator was on hand for his daughter’s big day.

RELATED VIDEO: Sen. John McCain, Maverick Politician and Decorated War Veteran, Dies at 81

“All that I am is thanks to him,” she continued in her tribute. “Now that he is gone, the task of my lifetime is to live up to his example, his expectations, and his love. My father’s passing comes with sorrow and grief for me, for my mother, for my brothers, and for my sisters. He was a great fire who burned bright, and we lived in his light and warmth for so very long. We know that his flame lives on, in each of us. The days and years to come will not be the same without my dad — but they will be good days, filled with life and love, because of the example he lived for us.”

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Cindy McCain, the Senator’s wife of 38 years, also mourned the loss on social media.

“My heart is broken,” tweeted Cindy, 64, minutes after her family announced his death.

“I am so lucky to have lived the adventure of loving this incredible man for 38 years,” she continued. “He passed the way he lived, on his own terms, surrounded by the people he loved, in the place he loved best.”

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Sen. McCain, the former POW and outspoken Republican politician nicknamed The Maverick for being unafraid to disagree with fellow members of his party, died at 4:28 p.m. on Saturday, his family announced in a statement, according to NBC News.

McCain is survived by wife Cindy, and his children: Douglas, Andrew, and Sidney (all with first wife Carol McCain) and Meghan, Jack, James, and Bridget, with Cindy.

On Friday, his family said that Sen. McCain, “with his usual strength of will,” decided to stop treatment for the stage-four brain cancer he had been battling since its diagnosis last summer.

“In the year since,” the McCain family said, “John has surpassed expectations for his survival. But the progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict.”

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Former President Obama Praises Sen. John McCain for Showing the World What ‘Courage’ Means

Former President Barack Obama penned a respectful tribute to Sen. John McCain, who died of brain cancer at the age of 81 on Saturday.

“John McCain and I were members of different generations, came from completely different backgrounds, and competed at the highest level of politics,” Obama, 57, wrote. “But we shared, for all our differences, a fidelity to something higher — the ideals for which generations of Americans and immigrants alike have fought, marched, and sacrificed. The statement continued: “We saw our political battles, even, as a privilege, something noble, an opportunity to serve as stewards of those high ideals at home, and to advance them around the world. We saw this country as a place where anything is possible — and citizenship as our patriotic obligation to ensure it forever remains that way.” Obama’s statement went on to reference McCain’s military service — and the five years he spent in captivity as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam. “Few of us have been tested the way John once was, or required to show the kind of courage that he did,” Obama wrote. “But all of us can aspire to the courage to put the greater good above our own. At John’s best, he showed us what that means. And for that, we are all in his debt. Michelle and I send our most heartfelt condolences to Cindy and their family.”

RELATED VIDEO: Sen. John McCain, Maverick Politician and Decorated War Veteran, Dies at 81

McCain, the former POW and outspoken Republican politician nicknamed The Maverick for being unafraid to disagree with fellow members of his party, died at 4:28 p.m. on Saturday, his family announced in a statement.

On Friday, his family said that McCain, “with his usual strength of will,” decided to stop treatment for the stage-four brain cancer he had been battling since its diagnosis last summer.

“In the year since,” the McCain family said, “John has surpassed expectations for his survival. But the progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict.”

RELATED: President Trump Sends ‘Deepest Sympathies and Respect’ to McCain Family After Senator’s Death

In July 2017, McCain revealed that he had been diagnosed with glioblastoma, the most aggressive form of brain cancer, just days after he underwent surgery to remove a blood clot above his eye.

McCain later revealed during a September 2017 interview with 60 Minutes that he asked doctors to be forthright about his health.

“Some say 3 percent, some say 14 percent. You know it’s — it’s a very poor prognosis,” he said. “So I just said, ‘I understand. Now we’re going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can, and at the same time celebrate with gratitude a life well lived.”

Sen. John McCain, Former POW, Opened Up to PEOPLE About His Faith in God and His Country

John McCain‘s family announced that the six-term Arizona senator died at the age of 81 on Saturday, one day after sharing his decision to discontinue medical treatment for stage-four brain cancer.

The former Navy pilot is often described as a “war hero” in the media on account of the horrors he braved when he was taken prisoner by the North Vietnamese after his A-4 Skyhawk was shot down in October 1967 during a bombing run over Hanoi.

But the story of his capture and his five and a half years he spent fighting for his life and defying his captors in the notorious “Hanoi Hilton” prison camp are even more inspiring when you hear the gritty details of what McCain endured — and his account of how he managed to survive.

“The plane was gyrating violently and heading straight down, very fast, at about 500 knots,” McCain told PEOPLE during a lengthy interview in 1992 on the back porch of his home in Arizona, describing the hellish moments that elapsed after a surface-to-air missile blasted the wing off his jet.

It was his 23rd bombing mission over Hanoi and the 30-year-old lieutenant commander knew his only hope of survival was to bail out of the burning, doomed aircraft as it plummeted straight toward the ground. “When I ejected, the pressure flailed my arms back and that’s what broke my arms,” he recalled. “My knee obviously hit something on the way out and I ended up breaking my leg, too.”

RELATED: President Trump Sends ‘Deepest Sympathies and Respect’ to McCain Family After Senator’s Death

His parachute opened and, as fate would have it, he drifted down into a lake in the middle of the city he’d been sent to bomb. “When they pulled me up on the bank, lots and lots of people started coming around,” he said. “They were pretty steamed, which is understandable since we’d just finished bombing the place. They bayoneted me in the foot and the crotch and were spitting at me, hollering and shouting.”

A group of soldiers finally arrived as locals were in the midst of beating him with a rifle butt, dumped him onto a stretcher, which was loaded on the back of a truck. He was eventually driven to the massive prison complex built by the French in 1945 where numerous American pilots were tortured and interrogated during the Vietnam War.

RELATED VIDEO: Sen. John McCain, Maverick Politician and Decorated War Veteran, Dies at 81

‘They got nothing out of me’

“They left me on the floor of a cell for four days, during which time I lapsed in and out of consciousness,” McCain said. “Their policy was that they wouldn’t provide any medical treatment unless you gave them military information. I would only give them my name, rank, serial number and date of birth. And so, after about four days on the floor of the cell, they got nothing out of me because I kept passing out.”

His captors eventually took him to a run-down hospital and operated on his knee, cutting most of his ligaments and cartilage, and placing his right arm in a chest cast. “The important thing they gave me was blood, ” he said. “I was in shock and they gave me transfusions, which gave me strength. But I wasn’t well-treated by the guards, who ate all my food and I slowly started getting worse.”

One afternoon, one of his interrogators appeared in his room and said, “‘The doctors tell me you aren’t getting well.’ I told him the only way I’d survive is if they put me in with some Americans,” he recalled. “That night they took me out of the hospital and put me in a cell with two other prisoners. Those two guys took care of me.”

After six months, the badly-injured flyer was able to walk with crutches — which inadvertently made life worse for him. “Letting them see I could walk was a mistake on my part,” he said. “They put me in solitary confinement for more than two years after that.”

RELATED: From POW to Political Powerhouse: Sen. John McCain’s Life Through the Years 

McCain’s windowless 10-foot-by-10-foot cell had a sheet metal roof that was transformed into a scorching oven in Hanoi’s sweltering summer heat. By mid-1968, his father was named commander of all U.S. Forces in Vietnam and his captors offered to send him home. Despite his desperation, McCain realized the gesture was purely a ploy meant to demoralize his fellow prisoners. After a bit of soul-searching, he told the Vietnamese he was staying put and refused to leave the prison.

“They were astounded that I would refuse,” he said. “I’m not downplaying how difficult that decision was for me, but I did it because I thought I could survive — even though I was in pretty bad shape. But our code of conduct clearly states, ‘You do not accept parole.’ Sick and injured prisoners must be released first and others are to be released only by order of capture.”

Life got even more difficult after he spurned their offer. “After I refused to go home, they treated me pretty badly,” recalled McCain, who by then had begun suffering from dysentery and was being beaten every two hours in order to get him to sign confessions and make audio recording trashing America. “That was a pretty tough period. They were going after me pretty hard.”

In order to keep his sanity, McCain, like other POWs, took great risks tapping out messages to fellow prisoners on the prison walls. When caught, he paid a heavy price with additional beatings and removal to even worse prison camps. “I was put in another prison we called ‘The Plantation,'” he recalls. “And for seven or eight months I was sent to a really crummy prison outside of Hanoi for punishment that was known as ‘Skid Row.'”

RELATED: Sen. John McCain’s Wife Cindy’s ‘Heart Is Broken’ After Husband of 38 Years Dies

‘Three things kept me going’

Despite the lack of food, recurring dysentery, his various injuries, and the uncertainty of when his next beating might occur, McCain managed to stay alive. “Three things kept me going,” he said. “Faith in God, faith in my fellow prisoners and faith in my country.

RELATED VIDEO: Meghan McCain Makes Emotional Tribute to Her Father While Fiercely Batting Back Twitter Trolls

Of his five and a half years in captivity, one event that has remained forever etched in McCain’s mind, he says, occurred in December 1972 when U.S. Air Force B-52 bombers roared over Hanoi and other parts of the country, and began dropping over 20,000 tons of explosives. “That’s when we knew one of two things,” he said. “Either we weren’t going to get out of there at all, or the war was reaching its conclusion.”

When he was finally released in March 1973, McCain earned the dubious distinction of being the most injured pilot to have survived the North Vietnamese prison camps. The ordeal, he insisted, didn’t impact him the way it did so many other former POWs from the Vietnam War. By 1982, he’d begun his political career and won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“Unlike some, I was fortunate that I was able to put it all behind me when I came home,” he said. “People ask me how long did it take to readjust? It took me about 45 minutes. I never had a nightmare or a flashback or anything like that. I know a lot of my friends were not so fortunate, who never fully came back from that experience. But I did.”

His physical injuries are another matter. Asked if he still suffered pain from his various broken bones, McCain, whose injuries left him unable to raise his arms above his head, just shrugged. “Probably my shoulder hurts me more than my knee does,” he said. “I’ve definitely got some arthritis from the damage that was done. But I can get around fairly well. And I can always tell when it’s going to rain.”

With that, he flashed a mischievous grin and, in what seems ironic given the climate in Washington, D.C., replied: “Luckily, in my line of work, there’s not a lot of heavy lifting.”

President Trump Sends ‘Deepest Sympathies and Respect’ to McCain Family After Senator’s Death

President Donald Trump reacted to Sen. John McCain’s death at the age of 81 on Saturday.

Minutes after McCain’s death was announced, Trump, 72, tweeted a message for McCain’s family.

“My deepest sympathies and respect go out to the family of Senator John McCain,” wrote Trump. “Our hearts and prayers are with you!”

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McCain, the former POW and outspoken Republican politician nicknamed The Maverick for being unafraid to disagree with fellow members of his party, died at 4:28 p.m. on Saturday, his family announced in a statement, according to NBC News.

On Friday, his family said that McCain, “with his usual strength of will,” decided to stop treatment for the stage-four brain cancer he had been battling since its diagnosis last summer.

“In the year since,” the McCain family said, “John has surpassed expectations for his survival. But the progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict.”

In July 2017, McCain revealed that he had been diagnosed with glioblastoma, the most aggressive form of brain cancer, just days after he underwent surgery to remove a blood clot above his eye.

McCain later revealed during a September 2017 interview with 60 Minutes that he asked doctors to be forthright about his health.

“Some say 3 percent, some say 14 percent. You know it’s — it’s a very poor prognosis,” he said. “So I just said, ‘I understand. Now we’re going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can, and at the same time celebrate with gratitude a life well lived.’ ”

Months later, as McCain continued his battle against brain cancer, his daughter Meghan paid tribute to her father and his “Viking” fighting spirit in a touching Instagram post in May.

“My Mother calls me ‘John McCain in a dress’ – my relationship with my father has always been magic – we are fiercely and protectively forever on each other’s team,” Meghan captioned a smiling photo with her father. “Love with your complete and whole heart in this life. We keep fighting because we are all McCains, we are a family of a long lineage of Vikings – fighting is what we have always done, and what we will always do.”

John McCain Dies; War Hero, U.S. Senator Was 81

John McCain, a Vietnam war hero who served as a U.S. Senator for over 20 years, died Saturday at his home in Arizona, his office has confirmed.

He was 81 years old.

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This is what the statement from his office read:

"With the Senator when he passed were his wife Cindy and their family. At his death, he had served the United States of America faithfully for sixty years.”

The politician proudly referred to himself often as a "maverick" over his long and impressive career, as McCain was known over the years as a Republican who was unafraid to work with Democrats and/or to speak his mind.

A graduate of the United States Naval Academy in 1958, McCain was shot down while on a bombing mission over Hanoi in 1967.

He famously refused to be let go by his captors until all other American soldiers also apprehended were released and ended up serving as a prisoner of war for five years.

McCain was tortured for the duration of his captivity.

He retired from the Navy as a captain in 1981 and moved to Arizona, where he entered politics.

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(UPDATE: Cindy McCain has said the following in a Tweet:

My heart is broken. I am so lucky to have lived the adventure of loving this incredible man for 38 years.

He passed the way he lived, on his own terms, surrounded by the people he loved, in the the place he loved best.)

In 1982, McCain was elected to the United States House of Representatives, where he served two terms.

He then entered the U.S. Senate in 1987 and easily won reelection five times, most recently in 2016.

McCain's passing comes over a year since he announced to the world from a rare type of brain cancer known as glioblastoma.

As soon as he revealed this awful news in July of 2017, it was sadly assumed that he would not have very much longer to live.

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But McCain once again defied the odds.

Not only did he survive for over a year, he played a significant political role during this period, even casting a deciding vote on healthcare reform in 2017.

He passed away days after wife Cindy announced that her husband had chosen to "discontinue medical care."

"I love my husband with all of my heart. God bless everyone who has cared for my husband along this journey," she wrote as a caption to the following message on August 24:

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Our family is immensely grateful for the support and kindness of all his caregivers over the last year, and for the continuing outpouring of concern and affection from John's many friends and associates, and the many thousands of people who are keeping him in their prayers, reads the message, concluding:

God bless and thank you all.

McCain ran for President in 2000, losing in the Republican primary to George W. Bush.

He also ran for President in 2008, earning the Republican nomination and losing in the general electionto Barack Obama.

A maverick up until the very end of his run in the Senate, McCain voted against the Republican-led effort to repeal Obamacare last year...

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... and has spoken out strongly against President Donald Trump's relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

After being diagnosed in 2017, McCain returned to the Senate floor and gave a rousing speech about politics and public service.

He implored his fellow politicians to vote with their conscience and to remember why they were voted into office by the citizens of their state and country.

Having lamented the polarization and decline of civility in our political system for years, he urged his colleagues to rise above party affiliation.

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"Our responsibilities are important, vitally important, to the continued success of our republic," he said at the time.

"And our arcane rules and customs are deliberately intended to require broad cooperation to function well at all.

"The most revered members of this institution accepted the necessity of compromise in order to make incremental progress on solving America's problems and defend her from her adversaries."

Expect plenty of tributes to pour forth from those who knew McCain and those whose lives were touched by McCain in the hours, days and weeks to come.

McCain is survived by Cindy, his wife of 38 years, and his five children: Meghan, John, James, Bridget and Sidney.

May this great American rest in peace.

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UPDATE: Senator Mitch McConnell has released a statement in light of this news.

It reads as follows:

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And this is what Barack Obama and Michele Obama have said:

We shared, for all our differences, a fidelity to something higher – the ideals for which generations of Americans and immigrants alike have fought, marched, and sacrificed...

Few of us have been tested the way John once was, or required to show the kind of courage that he did.

But all of us can aspire to the courage to put the greater good above our own.

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There's also this from Melania Trump:

Our thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to the McCain Family. Thank you Senator McCain for your service to the nation.

And this from Meghan McCain, on her dad:

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McSkillet, Popular YouTube Personality, Dies in High-Speed Crash

McSkillet, one of the more popular personalities on YouTibe, caused a wrong-way car crash on Thursday that killed himself, a woman and her 12-year-old daughter in San Diego.

News about the horrific incident only went public on Saturday afternoon.

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The 18-year-old viral star, born Trevor Heitmann, was reportedly driving his black McLaren 650S at close to 100 miles per hour south into oncoming traffic in the northbound carpool lane near University City on the I-805 highway.

The vehicle struck a 2010 Hyundai SUV, causing it to burst into flames.

An unidentified 43-year old woman and her child died in the accident.

The California Highway Patrol confirmed the fatal crash took place on Thursday around 4:30 p.m. on August 23.

All three victims were pronounced dead at the scene, with The San Diego Medical Examiner reporting that Heitmann died due to “blunt force trauma.”

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Heitmann is a wildly beloved presence on YouTube.

He has close to 900,000 subscribers on his channel.

The teenager first rose to popularity as a player of Counter Strike: Global Offensive, a first person video game.

He was later known for trading "skins," which are digital files used to customize the appearance of the game's players.

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Incredibly, and very disturbingly, this car accident took place about 30 minutes after Heitmann also crashed his sports car into a gate at Ashley Falls Elementary School, San Diego Police have said.

After crashing through the gate, Heitmann exited his car and smashed a window at the school.

This is a photo from the scene of the deadly crash::

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According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, the crash impacted almost a dozen automobiles caught in rush hour traffic, with “multiple vehicles on fire,” CHP Officer Mary Bailey told the newspaper.

One individual was reportedly seriously injured but is expected to survive.

“People were running around … and someone was on the ground,” an eyewitness told this publication of what transpired on the highway, adding:

“They were trying to help him, he was raising his hand, and they were just surrounding him.”

It's unclear right now whether or not McSkillet intentionally drove the wrong way down this road.

YouTuber McSkillet, 18, Dies in Wrong-Way, High-Speed Crash That Kills Mother & Daughter

YouTube star McSkillet died after driving his McLaren 650S sports car the wrong way down a crowded San Diego highway on Thursday, authorities said.

The crash also killed two others — a 43-year-old mother and her 12-year-old daughter, according to the San Diego medical examiner’s office. Their identities were not immediately released.

The 18-year-old YouTuber, born Trevor Heitmann, was reportedly driving his car at nearly 100 miles an hour south into oncoming traffic in the northbound carpool lane near University City on the I-805 highway. The vehicle struck a 2010 Hyundai SUV, causing it to burst into flames.

According to the medical examiner’s report, the two occupants of the vehicle, as well as Heitmann, were pronounced dead at the scene — the latter due to “blunt force trauma.”

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According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, the crash impacted nearly a dozen automobiles caught in rush hour traffic, with “multiple vehicles on fire,” CHP Officer Mary Bailey said. One motorist was reportedly seriously injured but is expected to survive.

“People were running around … and someone was on the ground,” an eyewitness told the outlet. “They were trying to help him, he was raising his hand, and they were just surrounding him.”

California Highway Patrol is currently investigating whether Heitmann was intentionally driving into oncoming traffic.

According to multiple reports, authorities believe Heitmann was involved in an incident at Ashley Falls School in San Diego just 30 minutes before the fatal crash. CNN obtained a statement from the school stating that a car, believed to be Heitmann’s, “drove through the side gate and an individual got out of the car and threw an item at a door, breaking a window.”

Heitmann first earned fame through the first-person game Counter Strike: Global Offensive, where he became known for trading “skins,” or files that alter the appearance of a game character. Since then, his YouTube channel has gone on to attract over 800,000 subscribers.

Missy Elliott Pays Tribute to Aaliyah with Emotional Video on the 17th Anniversary of Her Death

Seventeen years after a plane crash claimed the life of 22-year-old R&B star Aaliyah, fans and fellow artists are taking to social media to honor the “One in a Million” singer.

Missy Elliott posted an emotional video to Twitter, in which she can be seen penning a heartfelt note to the late artist.

“Aaliyah, we miss you so much,” she begins, with a frown face added for extra emphasis, “but your legacy will live on forever and ever.”

Elliott then pans the camera over to a pile of clothes festooned with Aaliyah’s name and face.

“Aaliyah (Babygirl) I can only imagine how great you would be today winning oscars😉& creating sick music & still setting fashion trends!” Elliott, 47, captioned the brief clip. “Your mom & brother @RAD_6 & your fans been holding it down 4 u❤you will always be A One in A Million🙌🏾 sleep peacefully angel Babygirl🙏🏾

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Aaliyah died on Aug. 25, 2001 after the twin-engine Cessna 402B carrying the singer and her eight-person entourage crashed just after takeoff from Marsh Harbour Airport in the Bahamas. All on board were killed. It was later determined that the vehicle was overloaded by approximately 700 pounds and carried one extra passenger.

The star — who would have turned 39 on Jan. 16 — had been in the Caribbean to complete filming her music video for “Rock the Boat,” a track off of her self-titled third album, her final LP released during her lifetime. The clip was nominated for Best R&B Video at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards.

Following a private funeral service that included R&B and hip-hop luminaries like Elliott, Timbaland, Gladys Knight, Lil’ Kim and Sean Combs, Aaliyah was laid to rest at the Rosewood Mausoleum in Hartsdale, New York.

Jake Paul Defeats Deji in YouTube Superfight, Logan vs. KSI Up Next

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Evan Felker’s Ex-Wife Defended Him One Day Before Miranda Lambert Split News

Just one day before news broke that Miranda Lambert and Turnpike Troubadours singer Evan Felker have called it quits, Felker’s former wife Staci Nelson defended him on social media.

Despite previously being outspoken about her alleged mistreatment by her now-ex-husband, Nelson issued a passionate defense after an Instagram commenter urged her to “remove all the pictures of that creep.”

“Evan Felker will never be anybody to me, his friends, family or fans,” Nelson wrote of Felker, 34, who was accused of ghosting and blindsiding his then-estranged spouse with a sudden divorce filing in mid-February, a source told PEOPLE in April.

“I got hurt and I appreciate the support but I’ll never wish for bad things for that man or the Turnpike Troubadours,” Nelson continued. “It doesn’t matter what went down — a wife’s love doesn’t just shut down in 6 months. I didn’t take the Felker name flippantly and any smearing of it isn’t welcome on my page anymore.”

Multiple sources have confirmed to PEOPLE that Lambert and Felker’s relationship took off after his band opened for three dates on her Livin’ Like Hippies tour in early February. According to an insider, he served his wife with divorce papers just 15 days after meeting the “We Should Be Friends” singer in person for the first time, and on Aug. 17, a source confirmed that Felker and Nelson’s divorce was finalized.

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PEOPLE has also confirmed that the Turnpike Troubadours dropped out of their final performances of Lambert’s The Bandwagon tour. Days later, Lambert, 34, revealed she is “happily single” in an interview The Tennessean published on Friday.

Nelson, who has yet to publicly comment on her ex-husband’s split from Lambert, showed on social media how she was spending her weekend. “NYC to the middle of nowhere all in 24 hours #ranchin and look at that sky,” she shared via Instagram Stories on Saturday, adding star-eyed and sunshine emojis over a photo of a cowboy hat-clad man in the distance riding a horse.

RELATED: Miranda Lambert Opens Up to Long Island Audience About Putting Her ‘Sad’ Feelings into Music 

“Love is a hard road sometimes and it’s been a roller-coaster ride for me, but I’m definitely thankful for all the ups and downs because I’ve had some really good songs come out of it,” Lambert told The Tennessean. “You’ve got to take the bad parts and put them on paper and then move on to the happy parts.”

Lambert and Felker were last spotted in late July when they were photographed holding hands in New York City ahead of their show at the Jones Beach Theater.

RELATED VIDEO: Miranda Lambert Thanks Fans for ‘Sharing My Broken Heart with Me’ as She Wins ACM Song of the Year

Lambert recently got candid in a rare interview with HITS Daily Double about heartbreak — and breaking hearts — while discussing her emotional album The Weight of These Wings.

“I am who I am. I am honest about being flawed,” she said. “That’s all I can be, you know? I cuss. I drink. I get divorced and get my heart broken. I break hearts.”

Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel and Son Silas Timberlake Enjoy Quality Time Together in Netherlands

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Ferne McCann Knows How To Showcase Her Best Assets

I have always found Ferne to be an odd name to pick for a woman. Unless they are a New Zealander—and boy do they love their ferns—I really do not see why you would. It is a pretty boring plant, if you ask me. There are no flowers, no poison, nothing of note. Wishing that upon your child seems kind of petty.

Unless that was Ferne’s parents plan. They knew their daughter was going to be a bombshell, so they had to try to dress her down in every way that they could. That kind of makes sense.

See, I know my kid is going to come out looking like a dog’s shaved ass, so I will need to give him a leg up in any way that I can. For my first act as the greatest dad to have ever lived I am going to make his middle name Horsecock. Using it as a first name would be too obvious, and make it difficult for him to have a job in politics. Although with the way society is going it might actually work in his favor, those heathens.

 

 

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Playboy Model Shauna Sexton Walks Dog in L.A. as Ben Affleck Seeks Treatment in Rehab

Shauna Sexton was spotted out and about with her dog on Friday, days after rumored beau Ben Affleck checked into rehab.

The Playboy model, 22, walked her pooch in Los Angeles while wearing a black leotard top and matching miniskirt, which she paired with black sneakers and matching sunglasses.

Sexton and Affleck, 46, had been spending time together in recent days amid news that he and Lindsay Shookus, 38, had called it quits after one year of dating. Sexton and Affleck shared dinner together at Nobu restaurant in Malibu and were later photographed grabbing Jack in the Box in Santa Monica last weekend.

“He is happy being able to date who he wants and not feel tied down to a serious relationship,” a source told PEOPLE at the time.

But they were far apart on Wednesday, as she hit a Malibu beach while Affleck’s ex Jennifer Garner — with whom he shares children Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6 — was seen driving him to rehab.

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PEOPLE confirmed Affleck had entered rehab for alcohol addiction on Wednesday, with a source saying, “He is seeking treatment. He knew he needed help and was vocal about it.”

A second source tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue Garner’s focus remains on their children.

“Is she happy about him hanging out with a very young Playboy model? Certainly not,” the source said. “But her concern right now is not who he is dating. What she ultimately cares about is his sobriety and whether she can rely on him to co-parent.”

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Meanwhile, before entering rehab for a third time, Affleck had been “working incredibly hard for the last year” to remain sober, a source close to the actor tells PEOPLE.

Addiction is not something that goes away. Every day is a battle for recovering addicts, they are fighting for their sobriety and to lead healthy, balanced lives every day,” the source said.

Affleck had frequently been sighted visiting outpatient treatment centers in L.A. “Ben has been working incredibly hard for the last year to follow a streamlined program designed for him and his journey,” the source explained. “He has been attending countless meetings, has continued to work with sober coaches and does his best to follow through with the things that will help him maintain his health.”

The source added that Affleck was aware he needed help and did the right thing in reaching out.

“One of the key elements with taking control of your addiction is knowing when to seek help, which he did, and it is a major step in the right direction,” the source said.

If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact the SAMHSA substance abuse helpline at 1-800-662-HELP.

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I go apeshit for plaid patterned anything. Doesn’t matter if it is a skirt, shirt, or pants. There does not even need to be a woman wearing it. A guaranteed way for a man getting a compliment from me is for them to have a plaid tie or jacket, but never both at the same time because that looks tacky.

The reason I bring this up is because when I saw Maisie wearing those trousers I got tunnel vision and didn’t even recognize what the other women were wearing. Maisie looks so good that I never want to see her out of them. Even if I had the chance to get intimate I would just take my chances with working through the zipper. That could lead to catastrophe, but that should emphasize just how much I like this pattern.

If you thought it would be awkward to have EMS show up to your door because you caught your frank and beans in your own zipper, think about how weird it would be to get it caught in someone else’s zipper. It would be a very classy way of letting people know that you have sex, so there’s that.

 

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Audrey Roloff may be the most loving mother in Hollywood.

This is an impossible judgment to make, of course, but the point we want to make before delving into one troubling issue in regard to the ex-Little People, Big World star is this:

She clearly cares a whole lot about her daughter.

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Just take one look at Audrey's Instagram account and read a few words from her about Ember Jean and you'll agree.

Despite this indisputable point, a handful of Internet users are suddenly concerned about Ember's safety. And this is why:

It turns out that Roloff is a really bad driver!

Just this past week, Audrey was pulled over and cited for "distracted driving" near her home in Oregon.

According to the Washington County Police Department, officers busted Audrey on Wednesday, August 22, around 9:30 a.m. for using her cell phone while behind the wheel.

She was issued a citation,” Detective Robert Rookhuÿzen told Radar Online, adding:

“It’s illegal to operate a motor vehicle while using your mobile electronic device.”

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This has become the case in many states around the country.

It makes sense from a safety standpoint, doesn't it?

Ember was not in the vehicle at the time of this incident, which Audrey spoke openly about on Instagram.

She sounded a little bit defensive while doing so, too, we must admit, writing to fans:

“If you are holding your phone while you’re driving, even if you’re talking on speaker phone, even if you’re dialing somebody’s [number]...

"it doesn’t matter if you’re at a stoplight or if you’re just looking at your Google Maps to see where you’re going, you cannot pick up your phone while driving."

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Audrey then explained that she now knows this from experience.

"I’m telling you this because I have been in the car with lots of people who pick up their phone to type in an address for Google Maps, or change the song on Spotify, or answer a phone call, or dial the phone, even if they’re talking on speaker or Bluetooth," she added.

“I just thought I’d pop on here and remind you all, because I was reminded today how dangerous it is to pick up your phone even for a split second."

Meanwhile, in 2014, Audrey was also pulled over for violating the “basic speed rule,” accordingto Marion County Circuit Court documents obtained by Radar.

She pled no contest at the time and the case was dismissed after she was ordered to pay $260 in fines.

Audrey and Jeremy with Their Book

ALSO, however, Roloff was found guilty in 2010 “failure to obey traffic control device.”

It is not totally clear what transpired in this case, but a judge ordered her the former reality star to undergo a medical assessment and she was forced to pay $120 in fines.

Finally, in April of 2010, Roloff was issued a ticket for speeding.

Taken on their own, each of these incidents is not a big deal.

Even taken as a whole, they don't exactly represent a menace to society.

But Audrey does have at least some history of driving at least a bit recklessly and she is now a mother, so she does need to be extra careful and aware.

That is all we're saying.

Audrey and Jeremy Roloff announced last month that they will no longer appear on Little People, Big World.

But they do have a book coming out in 2019 and you'll be hearing plenty from them moving forward.

For whatever it's worth, Matt Roloff was arrested for drunk driving in 2007, but later found not guilty.

It was his second DUI citation in four years at the time.

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