daily dos: Coldplay makes Rihanna the princess of China, Facebook for the children and a fake immigration officer arrested

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daily dos: Coldplay makes Rihanna the princess of China, Facebook for the children and a fake immigration officer arrested

  • Chris Martin and Rihanna battle it out Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon-style in a new Coldplay video, "Princess of China."
  • For three months, a Weslaco, Texas native has been stranded on the Mexico side of the US border after telling border officials that she was born in Mexico and not an American citizen. In a petition filed in a US federal court on behalf of Brenda Vázquez, the 30 year old claims she was coerced to sign the statement after border officials confiscated her driver's license, birth certificate and refused to let her speak to a lawyer.

    (image by qbac07 via flickr)
  • Facebook told Mashable it is exploring options for users under the age of 13. According to the Wall Street Journal, the new membership option links the child's account to their parent’s accounts allowing parents to control who they add as friends and which applications they use. Facebook has neither confirmed nor denied the WSJ report.

    (image by a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/reway2007/2269069067/">reway2007 via flickr)
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  • After allegedly posing as an immigration officer and bilking immigrants out to thousands of dollars, Araceli Martinez has been arrested by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. Fourteen people have come forward telling investigators they paid Martinez for what they believed to be "legal resident status."
  • A 19-year-old woman from Arizona was arrested for child abuse and aggravated DUI after she left her five-week-old baby on top of her car and drove off. Catalina Clouser, who was allegedly under the influence of marijuana, didn't notice that her baby fell off the car. Clouser's neighbors later found the baby, who was unhurt and still strapped into his car seat.
  • Eduardo Hernández of Los Tigres Del Norte is likely breathing a sigh of relief: a paternity test revealed that he was not the father of the boy whose mother had claimed Hernández abandoned and neglected for years.
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