New couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are enjoying a romantic getaway at Bakers Bay Golf & Ocean Club, an exclusive, owners-only destination in the Bahamas, The Post has learned.The couple flew by private jet from Miami to Marsh Harbour on Friday night.Since the Wiki Leaks Twitter account announced Monday that Ecuador had severed Assange’s digital access, a miasma of rumors claiming to explain the decision has spread.Did the US pressure Ecuador — in whose English embassy Assange has lived since 2012 — to cut Assange off over leaks related to the upcoming presidential election? Did Pamela Anderson feed him a poisoned vegan sandwich?In turn, the company lashed out at Assange on Thursday and “his despicable activities against American national security,” and warned journalists to “check with your libel lawyers first before printing anything that could impact or endanger innocent people’s lives.” So why are the parties to the melee coming out with both barrels blazing?That remains a mystery of the kind that might take a Wiki Leaks-style document dump to suss out. request, Wiki Leaks says] The online company paints itself as all-American.
So many people (and companies) have now been unfairly libeled by the wikileaks troll machine, we are being advised not to comment,” an unsigned email from the company to a Mc Clatchy reporter said Thursday morning. Under Todd Hammond’s name, the report alleged that Assange’s Swedish lawyer had reached out in June to offer Assange’s services on a campaign against rape in exchange for an undisclosed amount of bitcoin. Then came the bombshell: It said the company had ended ties with Assange following “pedophile crimes” he had committed in the Bahamas in late September.The hot-spot — where posh homes easily fetch seven figures– is also where Jennifer Garner, and former J-Lo flame Ben Affleck jetted off to with their three children as they were in the process of getting divorced.They were famously photographed sitting on a bench looking distressed. But the attention grabber is the Houston-based company’s target: Julian Assange, the founder of Wiki Leaks, whose steady dumps of leaked emails from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign have given supporters of Donald Trump the only cheering news of the last few weeks.Wiki Leaks claims the dating site is “a highly suspicious and likely fabricated” company.One such theory, reported by the Daily Kos on Monday and amplified on social media, is that Ecuador removed Assange from the internet because of a UN report that he had sent lewd images and sexually explicit messages to an 8-year-old girl over an obscure dating app.Wiki Leaks has since responded on Twitter, saying the claims are false: According to a widely shared Oct.But it's a claim that has nothing to do with the UN, and the Bahamian police contradict it almost entirely.The document details how the Canadian family of the victim, who were vacationing in the Royal Bahamas, reported the alleged crime.Celebrities known to vacation there include Reese Witherspoon, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bündchen.Jeff Soffer and Elle Macpherson own a home on Bakers Bay, which features luxe amenities like a Tom Fazio-designed golf course and views of the Sea of Abaco.The report even gives names of individual Bahamian police officers and stations.But according to Stephen Dean, assistant commissioner of the Royal Bahama Police Force (RBPF), no such investigation exists.Welcome to the largest and fastest growing online community for single Christians.