Miss Teen Usa’s Former Classmate Accused As Webcam Peeper

Ally won low individual honors at the 2013 NCAA Regionals. Won Mississippi Womens Golf Championship and was the first female to ever win the boys Mississippi State Championship. She resides in Fulton, Mississippi. Ashlan Ramsey, 17 2013 Womens Western Amateur Champion. Three time AJGA Rolex All-American. Played on the 2009 and 2011 Junior Solheim Cup teams. Ashlan is currently freshman at Clemson University. She won five tournaments this summer. The Western and Eastern Womens Amateur Championships. The Georgia Womens Match Play and Stroke Play. She resides in Milledgeville, Georgia. Jordan Niebrugge, 20 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links Champion. Member of the victorious 2013 United States Walker Cup team. He is currently a sophomore at Oklahoma State University and was 2013 Big 12 All- Conference.

Chivas USA, New Zealand national team to meet in charity tournament

(Darryl Dyck / Associated Press / September 1, 2013) By Kevin Baxter September 27, 2013, 7:41 p.m. Chivas USA , the New Zealand national team and a pair of clubs from Mexico’s first division are expected to compete in a planned soccer tournament, the Los Angeles Cup, next month, as part of an effort to raise funds for hurricane victims in Mexico. The tournament will kick off with an Oct. 9 doubleheader at Citrus College. New Zealand meeting Mexico’s Queretaro in the first match at 7 p.m. followed by Chivas against Veracruz. On Oct. 12 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum , Chivas will play New Zealand, which is preparing for a two-leg playoff in November for a final spot in the 2014 World Cup . A portion of the tournament’s ticket proceeds will go to victims of hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel. Some Chivas players recently had their heads shaved as part of a charity effort to support cancer patients. “At the end of the day we want to give back to people,” said Chivas midfielder Carlos Alvarez. “So with all that is going on over there in Mexico after the hurricanes, being able to help the people is something unbelievable and something we should look forward to.” Added captain Dan Kennedy: “It’s nice to be part of any type of relief fund to help somebody out. And it’s based around a game that we all love and play for a living.” El Salvador’s Alianza FC will also play in the tournament against an opponent yet to be named. ALSO:

“It’s weird for me to be able to put a face to the person who did this to me and to know that it’s somebody I went to high school with,” the beauty queen told “Today.” “He was young, my age, and I just think it’s sad that he chose to do this and now has kind of put himself in this big dilemma,” Wolf said. “I don’t think he realizes the consequences that he’s done and the people that he hurt.” Wolf and Abrahams are both from Temecula, in Southern California. The beauty queen told NBC she was not friends with Abrahams in high school, but knew his name and routinely passed him in the hallway. A criminal complaint was filed against Abrahams accusing him of extortion, but prosecutors have not yet gone to a grand jury to obtain an indictment, and additional charges are possible, said FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller. The criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California identified one of Abrahams’ principal targets as “C.W.” but the court document and the FBI did not publicly name the woman or other people – from Ireland, Canada, Russia and other places – whose online accounts Abrahams is accused of having accessed. The FBI is looking for other people who might have been targeted by Abrahams, Eimiller said. Wolf told NBC the webcam on her home computer was remotely accessed by someone who snapped pictures of her changing clothes and walking back and forth from the shower. An FBI statement said that in March Abrahams contacted the woman the agency identified as C.W. by sending her an e-mail with nude photos of her. He threatened to post them “all over the Internet” and warned that her “dream of being a model will be transformed into a porn star,” the FBI said. Abrams told C.W. she could stop him from carrying out that threat by sending a video and more pictures of herself and chatting with him on Skype, where he said he wanted her to follow his commands for five minutes, the complaint stated.