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"Nelly will continue to respond to her client's baseless allegations." Nelly's rape accuser is calling him out for bullying her so harshly in the media, her attorney believes it rises to the level of a crime and is demanding justice ... The alleged victim's attorney, Karen Koehler, says Nelly fired off a letter to prosecutors laying out what she views as verbal attacks made by Nelly's team since TMZ broke the story of Nelly's arrest.

In her response letter she says, "It is morally reprehensible for an accused person and his bully lawyer to issue derogatory and defamatory statements against a young alleged rape victim." She adds, "It is also criminal -- in the State of Washington -- when those vicious attacks are issued in the form of threats." Koehler singles out Nelly's attorney for saying the accuser is "a person with an agenda and clearly she has one.

The agenda is money, fame and notoriety." Koehler's letter includes the legal statutes regarding intimidating a witness -- which is a class B felony in Washington.

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) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.I love #6, that’s something we’d definitely benefit from in our house as it seems like with each kid, the amount of our “stuff” grows exponentially.Reply I tried a “no spend” challenge for this month, but then I went to Target last night because they’re having their semi-annual toy clearance.) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.(I have 6 months planned out, and have to come up with ideas for the other 6 months). We have a few things that we’ve planned to sell, but actually putting the effort into selling is too much, so we haven’t gotten around to it yet.

bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.I love #6, that’s something we’d definitely benefit from in our house as it seems like with each kid, the amount of our “stuff” grows exponentially.Reply I tried a “no spend” challenge for this month, but then I went to Target last night because they’re having their semi-annual toy clearance.) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect)

) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.

I love #6, that’s something we’d definitely benefit from in our house as it seems like with each kid, the amount of our “stuff” grows exponentially.

Reply I tried a “no spend” challenge for this month, but then I went to Target last night because they’re having their semi-annual toy clearance.

) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

(I have 6 months planned out, and have to come up with ideas for the other 6 months). We have a few things that we’ve planned to sell, but actually putting the effort into selling is too much, so we haven’t gotten around to it yet.

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) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.I love #6, that’s something we’d definitely benefit from in our house as it seems like with each kid, the amount of our “stuff” grows exponentially.Reply I tried a “no spend” challenge for this month, but then I went to Target last night because they’re having their semi-annual toy clearance.) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.(I have 6 months planned out, and have to come up with ideas for the other 6 months). We have a few things that we’ve planned to sell, but actually putting the effort into selling is too much, so we haven’t gotten around to it yet.

coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.(I have 6 months planned out, and have to come up with ideas for the other 6 months). We have a few things that we’ve planned to sell, but actually putting the effort into selling is too much, so we haven’t gotten around to it yet.

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