Let's be honest: there is a reason so many people like the term "trailer trash. And while it might be unfair that people think that way, there's also some truth to their perceptions about what it's like living in a trailer park. Depending on the area, it's true that there can be a lot of gross and potentially dangerous things in trailer parks.
He is also referred to as 'Baby Ray' or 'The Motel'. Overjoyed Ricky after seeing his daughter and unborn grandchild after being released from jail in Season 9 Episode 1. While Trinity is in her third trimester, they do not know the gender of the baby, but often refer to the baby with male pronouns or what Ricky refers to the baby as his "Unbornt Gramson".
But its celebration — or perhaps exploitation - in the media does, it turns out, have limits. The top-rated reality TV show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, starring a fat, goofy little blonde girl and her fat, low-income, low-IQ mother as they compete in juvenile beauty contests, has just been pulled from the airwaves by its previously shameless producer, the cable channel TLC. You might think that the ingredients listed above — obesity, ignorance and child beauty contests - would be enough to prompt TLC into a fit of remorse.
A Texas man allegedly brought a Brooklyn teen across state lines with the goal of forcing her to make child porn in a trailer park, according to federal prosecutors. Billy Harmon Dunn Jr. Attorney Richard Donoghue.
White trash is a derogatory American English slur referring to poor white people, especially in the rural southern United States. The label signifies a social class inside the white population and especially a degraded standard of living. The term has been adopted for people living on the fringes of the social order, who are seen as dangerous because they may be criminal, unpredictable, and without respect for political, legal, or moral authority.
For an enhanced experience on desktop, click this link. Her tiny, pink fleece onesie, with happy, brown, bow-wearing bears, is snapped into place and zipped up to her porcelain-like face. It's one of the only photos the 2-week-old baby's family has left of her after police found her dead in the woods in Covington, Ga.
I knew there was trouble even before I came through the screen door. As I stood in the destroyed house, I had the feeling that I was in the process of making a very bad decision, but I made myself walk down the hall. No one was home.
A year-old woman who was arrested in January on suspicion of abandoning the body of her newborn baby girl has also been charged with her murder. Police said Yumi Jitsuhara, a part-time worker, has admitted to killing the infant and quoted her as saying she had no confidence she could take care of a baby, Fuji TV reported. Police said Jitsuhara told them she gave birth on Dec 8 while alone in her room in the share house in Higashi-Ikebukuro where she had been living for about three years.