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Anna Adamyan reveals the name of her son

Former "GNTM" model Anna Adamyan (27) had lovingly referred to her little son as "Dino" in public until now. However, on Thursday evening, October 5th, the influencer unexpectedly revealed the real name of her son, who was born in August.

Beneath a black and white photo showing her holding the baby, Anna Adamyan shared: "8 weeks with my new best friend Levi." This revelation came as a surprise to many followers. One user wrote, "I didn't even realize it and just thought: Who is Levi now? I had already gotten used to Dino." The choice of the name received a lot of support. A follower commented that "Levi" fits very well, noting that the name has Hebrew origins and means "the connected one," "the faithful one," and "the hero."

For Anna Adamyan and her husband, 1. FC Köln footballer Sargis Adamyan (30), their little boy is indeed a true hero. The couple had to go through a lot before they could hold their son in their arms. The model, who became known through her participation in "Germany's Next Topmodel" in 2014, suffers from endometriosis. Fulfilling their wish for a child was very challenging. It was only after two miscarriages and eleven artificial inseminations that their dream of having their own child came true.

The birth was traumatic, too. Anna Adamyan revealed this on Instagram two weeks ago. She said she needed "every single day to even partially digest it." After several hours, a cesarean section had to be performed under general anesthesia, followed by surgery, which resulted in significant blood loss.

She explained, "I can't describe to you how much fear I had in that moment, how terrible the journey to the operating room was, and the feeling of falling asleep with a belly followed by waking up without one." She mentioned that due to the general anesthesia, she now has no memories of the birth, which she will unfortunately never regain.

Fortunately, her husband took many photos and videos of their first meeting with their son, for which she is "incredibly grateful." She said, "I look at them every day, with tears and at the same time a smile, hoping that the feelings from that moment might come back someday." The experience is still "traumatic and always present" for the couple, who have been married since August 2021, and the model is not yet able to discuss the events in more detail. She concluded by acknowledging that many women experience similar situations daily and asked for understanding and acceptance on behalf of all of them.


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Victoria Beckham speaks for the first time about her husband's alleged affair

Victoria Beckham (49) has spoken for the first time about the pain she suffered following her husband David Beckham's (48) alleged affair with Rebecca Loos (46). Nearly 20 years after it was claimed that the former football star and his then-personal assistant got close while he was playing for Real Madrid in Spain, his wife revealed in the documentary, according to "Mail Online," that the months afterward were the "hardest" of her life and that she no longer felt that the couple "belonged together."

How they got through the 2003 crisis isn't clear to either of them, but they knew at the time that they had to "fight for their family." The period when their prominent marriage was in the headlines for months felt like they were "drowning." The former captain of the English national team also shared that he felt "physically ill every day" as he and Victoria fought to save their marriage.

London Premiere of the Netflix Documentary The problems from 20 years ago seemed miles away at the premiere of the four-part Netflix documentary "Beckham" in London on Tuesday. The mini-series explores his life from childhood to his recent role as co-owner of the US club Inter Miami.

Beckham and his designer wife, who wore a white pantsuit from her own label, were accompanied on the red carpet by their four children: Brooklyn (24), Romeo (21), Cruz (18), and Harper (12), as well as Brooklyn's actress wife Nicola Peltz (28) and Romeo's model girlfriend Mia Regan (20).


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Hollywood star Tom Hanks warns about fraudulent AI version of himself

US actor Tom Hanks has warned his fans about fraudulent AI versions of himself. "Beware," Hanks wrote on Monday on the online service Instagram in reference to an image of himself previously generated by artificial intelligence (AI) and circulated online. It appears to be related to a marketing video for dental insurance featuring the Hollywood star. Hanks emphasized that he had "nothing to do with it."

The post by the Oscar-winning actor, published on Sunday, received over 111,700 "likes" in a short time. Tom Hanks, known for films like "Forrest Gump" and "Philadelphia," has around 9.5 million followers on Instagram.

Tom Hanks Warns Against False AI Advertising Recently, the screenwriters in the US film and television industry, during a months-long strike that has since ended, called for protection against the use of AI, among other demands. The strike by actors, who joined the writers in July, is still ongoing.

With the success of the ChatGPT chatbot developed by the US company OpenAI, concerns have grown that AI-generated images or audio recordings could be used for fraud and the spread of misinformation.


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Film about coup attempt: Film festival in Antalya faces censorship allegations

The oldest film festival in Turkey, the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, is in turmoil after jury members resigned and filmmakers withdrew their works from the competition due to censorship allegations.

In an unprecedented move, the producers and directors of 27 entries for the festival announced their withdrawal on Wednesday. Just a few days earlier, 20 members of the festival jury had resigned, citing the removal of a documentary film by the organizers as the reason.

Kanun Hükmü (The Decree) by Nejla Demirci tells the story of two public service employees, a teacher and a doctor, who were dismissed during the state of emergency imposed in Turkey after the coup attempt in 2016.

The Turkish government, led by the Justice and Development Party (AKP), initiated a massive purge of state institutions following the coup attempt on July 15, 2016. Over 130,000 civil servants were dismissed from their positions via emergency decrees. Authorities claimed that they lost their jobs due to alleged connections to "terrorist organizations," but critics argue that the government targets anyone perceived as an opponent.

The festival's director, Ahmet Boyacıoğlu, explained that the documentary film was removed from the national documentary film category due to an ongoing legal case involving one of the actors. "For this reason, it was decided to exclude the film from this year's selection in order not to affect the court proceedings and impartiality," Boyacıoğlu said.

However, for director Demirci, this response is an "excuse" and "blatant censorship."

The filmmakers demanded respect for freedom of expression. The Free Art Assembly, representing artists from various fields, described the exclusion of the film as an "attack on artistic expression and creativity, as well as an attempt to normalize censorship in all artistic domains," and reinstated the documentary film in the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival program.

The Ministry released the following statement on its social media account: "The Ministry of Culture and Tourism works with the vision to preserve, develop, and strengthen Turkey's cultural and artistic values." In line with this vision, they support "hundreds of cultural and artistic events" taking place both domestically and abroad.

"One of the most important events in Turkish cinema, the 60th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, is currently being organized. The documentary film 'Kanun Hükmü' will be shown in the documentary film competition section of this festival," the statement continued.

It is deeply regrettable that "such an important festival provides an opportunity to use the power of art to spread the propaganda of the FETÖ terrorist organization under the pretext of harassment." The Ministry will not participate in efforts to discredit the "heroic struggle our nation fought on July 15 or to use art as a means of provocation. For this reason, we announce our withdrawal from the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival," the statement concluded.

In addition, the Mayor of Antalya, Muhittin Böcek, made the following statement: "In the past four years, the city of Antalya has not intervened in the formation of selection committees, the selection of juries, the content of films, or the decision of whether a film wins or not, and will not do so in the future. The national competition category, which was removed from the festival's program by the previous government, was reinstated during our term with great effort and conviction to bring the festival back to its core. This decision is the clearest evidence of our stance against censorship."

The festival, which has been held in the Mediterranean city of Antalya since 1963, is a highlight of the Turkish cultural calendar. This year, it is scheduled to take place from October 7 to 14. It is not yet known whether the festival will proceed as planned or if the filmmakers who withdrew their films will participate after the reinstatement of Kanun Hükmü.


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