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Savannah Chrisley Reveals if She’s Dating Post-Nic Kerdiles Split

An independent woman! Savannah Chrisley doesn’t plan on jumping back into the dating pool anytime soon following her September 2020 split from fiancé Nic Kerdiles. “Right now, I’m just focusing on SASSY by Savannah,” the Chrisley Knows Best star exclusively tells Life & Style, referring to her cosmetics line dropping on Thursday, November 12.

“It’s been such a dream of mine for so long. So, I’m just in a place in my life to where, I’m a young woman coming into myself, having my voice and wanting it to be heard and not wanting to be silenced,” Savannah, 23, adds. “I want to show that I can create a business and do it successfully, and I can do anything that a man can do … and most times, us women can do it a little bit better.”

Savannah Chrisley Says She and Ex Nic Kerdiles Are ‘Working On Themselves’ Post-Split: 'There's No Hatred'
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The Georgia native and the professional hockey

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FBI agent reveals quest to outsmart swindling seductress

Produced by Emily M. Bernstein and Chiara Norbitz

Through never-before-seen footage and in-depth interviews,  “The FBI Declassified” takes you inside the minds of heroic federal agents and analysts as they reveal how they solved some of the biggest cases of their careers. Watch Tuesdays at 10/9c on CBS.  

“This is a story of a woman and her manipulations and cons over the last 20, 25 years,” says FBI Special Agent Mark Hastbacka. “We have the identity theft. The credit card theft. … fugitive from justice. She’s forging checks … straight up larceny, taking the rent money.”

For decades, moving from state to state, Agent Hastbacka says Dana Lawrence swindled victims – wealthy businessmen, a pilot, a rabbi, a private school administrator and her own friends and lovers. At one point, she pretended to be an heir to the Estee Lauder cosmetics fortune and passed herself off as working for filmmaker

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Icon Beverly Johnson Reveals a Pool Was Once Drained After a Fashion Shoot Because She’s Black

Supermodel Beverly Johnson made history when she appeared on the cover of Vogue in 1974, becoming the first Black woman to do so. But over four decades later, the 67-year-old pioneer, who grew up in Buffalo, New York, says there’s still much that needs to be addressed in the fashion industry and beyond. This is her story, as told to PEOPLE.

The first time I ever experienced racism, I was 12 or 13. We were riding our bikes in a white neighborhood and all the kids started throwing pop bottles at us. I heard them call us the N-word. That was the first time I really heard it. It really chipped away a little piece of my heart, but it also made me more determined.

When I started my modeling career in the 1970s, I wanted the top modeling agent. That was Eileen Ford. She said, “You’ll never be on

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