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The sink and the bathtub were filled with trash, including plates of rotting food.
Firefighters discovered Antonio in a bathtub where he had been set on fire.
Two marble bathtubs can’t even convince anyone to move in.
Making it from scratch meant securing live fish—which homemakers parked in the bathtub—that had to be killed, deboned, minced and seasoned.
Also that day, Erica Wallace and her 17-year-old developmentally disabled daughter Kiara were found dead with their bodies partially burned in the bathtub of Wallace’s home on Janrick Avenue.
That helped his image as a breath of fresh air in a state known for political scandals stretching back three decades to the death of former CDU state premier Uwe Barschel, who was found in the bathtub of a Geneva hotel in 1987.
Page Six reports that, for the scene in which Tay soaks in a bathtub of diamonds, the jewels she's surrounded by are not only real, but worth more than $10 million.
This is seriously messed up: last fall, Kim was tied up and gagged in a bathtub while robbers stole $10 million worth of jewelry, including diamonds.
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