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>> anything you want to say for yourself? >> no comment. >> reporter: and lisa niki williams accused of allowing a third party to take tests for a student at a testing facility in houston where she worked. both of them are allegedly associates of this man, rick singer, who prosecutors say was the mastermind behind the entire operation. wake forest volleyball coach bill ferguson currently on administrative leave, proclaimed his innocence through an attorney. >> no one was admitted to wake forest who didn't earn it as a student and as an athlete. bill ferguson does not belong in this indictment. >> reporter: prosecutors say, singer made $25 million from wealthy parents by getting their children into elite colleges by bribing test proctors, coaches, and officials like donna heinel. usc's former senior athletic director accused of taking $20,000 a month pushing through students with fake athletic profiles, allegedly using photos
like this for one who wasn't a pole vaulter or one like this who didn't really play water polo. later on this week, more parents and former coaches are expected to appear before a judge here. and then next week, actresses lori loughlin and felicity huffman are due in court. michael. >> all right, thank you so much, linsey. now to a startling new study about marijuana. researchers in colorado finding that consuming marijuana in an edible form is leading to a spike in emergency room visits. abc's clayton sandell has more in denver. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. you know, recreational weed has been legal here in colorado since to 2014. but now, researchers here at the university of colorado hospital say it's not smoking pot but edible marijuana, things like pot-infused brownies, candy and drinks causing the spike in visits to the emergency room. even though edibles make up only 0.3% of all pot sales, they're linked to more than 10% of all
>> reporter: hey, robin, good morning. those spring breakers turning the tables on that armed robber early sunday morning in oakland park, florida. incredibly nobody was hurt. caught on camera, spring breakers fighting back. this massive brawl erupting at a florida gas station. a group of cousins from indiana on vacation in south beach turning the tables on a would-be robber. it started when the men stopped for gas after a night of partying. they're then approached by a robber in a mask, pointing a gun. but the friends decided not to cooperate and put the man in a headlock. >> my cousin jacob gets on top of him. i'm in there trying to wrestle around for the gun. >> reporter: the cousins tackling the man, struggling for the weapon. >> at any time it could have gone off. >> reporter: then the robber's accomplice rushes in, trying to break up the fight. but one of the friends manages to grab the loaded gun, pointing it back at his attackers. the brawl finally ending with the suspects fleeing the scene and luckily no one was hurt. >> it turned out the best way possible for us. >> reporter: yeah, and while it worked out for this group, law enforcement experts insist that you should not confront an armed robber.
just tell them you'll cooperate. give them what you have. that's your best chance. >> good advice there. okay, gio, thanks. and now to the person with the hottest hand in the men's tournament. and he's not even playing. he's the only person to pick all games right in the first two rounds. and we spoke to the master of march madness overnight and t.j. holmes is here with that. >> all games? >> you the master? oh, sorry. >> he spoke to the master. >> oh, oh, okay. >> master of nothing is what i'm called around here. i think this is going to last so far. no, this guy is 48-48 in picking games. tens of millions of people submit brackets. he's the only one ever since we tracked this to get it perfect so what's his secret? he didn't overthink it. when texas tech took out buffalo, that win shattered one of the last two remaining perfect ncaa brackets. >> i was really disappointed. but it happens. >> reporter: now out of tens of
millions that were submitted, there's only one perfect bracket still standing. >> it's really unbelievable. i didn't expect this at all. >> reporter: it belongs to this guy. 40-year-old gregg nigl, a neuropsychologist from ohio. he's the first person to make it to the sweet 16 with an unblemished record. the odds of that happening, 1 in 281 trillion. >> this was fourth bracket i filled out and it was really just for fun so i wasn't even checking it. i didn't know until today. >> reporter: so what's nigl's secret? >> you can't watch every college game so you got to watch some brgywi the tes at youike. >> in and out! >> reporter: this is the longest any bracket has remained perfect in the history of the tournament. >> scores! >> reporter: 13 seed u.c. irvine beat kansas state for their first tournament victory. and mississippi state falling to 12 seed liberty. he nailed that one, too. >> the liberty flames are still dancing!
>> reporter: but with nigl's luck and 15 games to go, could this michigan native really pull off total perfection? >> i have tennessee and gonzaga. and then i picked gonzaga to win it all. i'm pretty sure it's not going to remain perfect. but if i go wrong, i hope michigan is going to go further than i have them. >> i got some skeptics up here on the set. how did he pull it off? stay with me here. this is the first time -- only the second time actually in 40 years that every one, two and three seed has made it to the sweet 16. meaning, if all of you just picked the top seeds in your office pool, you would be winning it right now. this is rare for the tournament to not see that many upsets so a little luck. but if he just picks the top seeds -- >> the odds are 1 in 281 trillion? >> it's never happened before. so this is the first time and we're seeing it -- george. >> i have some homework for you. what are the odds on getting a perfect bracket all the way through? >> okay, the homework, like you said, let me get back to you.
but we have bigger upsets in the women's tournament. >> yes, we do. thank you. >> now, this has been fun. the women's tournament, the 11 seed, missouri state, the lady bears here pulled off a big upset over iowa state, the number three seed. we don't see as many huge upsets in the women's game. but this was a huge one for them. this is the first time they've been to the sweet 16 since 2001. yes, of course, a good celebration, but the other big game, which is the one i was interested in last night, it was a good back and forth. the ucla bruins, the lady bruins, this was a great game. they're six seed. they beat the number three seed, the maryland team there. this was a great back and forth. watch the celebration -- we have that one from the locker room. there you go. >> they're doing the kiki challenge. ♪ >> but michaela onyenwere for the lady bruins had 31, a great game. >> wide open with the women's
side. there are a lot of teams that could win it all. >> i love the coach celebrating. >> i'll get back to you. also this morning, new developments involving high-profile lawyer michael avenatti. he's been arrested now, charged with trying to extort more than $20 million from nike. we'll have his response just ahead. the yoga pose that led to a stroke. the instagram star now telling her story and the warning this morning. that's all head but first back to ginger. we know we showed you these images. but this is pine ridge, south dakota, people were stranded in their homes for more than two weeks. that's going to keep going. more rain on the way.
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the streaming service will cost. and the first-ever all-female space walk was supposed to take place this friday. you know what? it's been put on hold after nasa realized they don't have enough suits in the right size to fit the astronauts. >> really? >> they won't be able to make them in time. they both wear a size medium. you cannot make this stuff up. >> yeah, that's -- wow. >> a strange one. we're going to move on to new trouble for michael avenatti. he is the lawyer who became famous for taking on president trump by representing porn star stormy daniels. he's withxt ica, nk and wire fraud in another. pretty dramatic fall. paula faris is here with the details. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning, george. good morning, everyone. two separate cases. one here in new york. another in california. both carry severe penalties and decades of jail time if convicted. overnight, michael avenatti defiant.
>> i am highly confident that when all of the evidence is laid bare in connection with these cases, when it is all known, when due process occurs, that i will be fully exonerated and justice will be done. >> reporter: the celebrity attorney speaking after appearing in federal court facing charges of trying to extort nike for millions. >> the charges are based on avenatti's scheme to extract more than $20 million in payments from a public company. >> reporter: prosecutors say it happened quickly. last week, avenatti brazenly confronted nike lawyers after a client of his, an amateur basketball coach, lost a contract with the company. >> avenatti repeatedly pressured the company to agree to pay or risk having avenatti hold a press conference that he claimed would dramatically drive down the stock price of the company and its market value. >> reporter: authorities say, avenatti intended to divulge what he called damaging information, claiming that nike illegally paid high school
basketball players and their families. in a wiretapped call avenatti warning nike, i'm not expletive around adding, i'm not continuing to play games. you guys know enough now to know you've got a serious problem. and it's worth more in exposure to me to just blow the lid on this thing. the tough-talking attorney rose to public consciousness as stormy daniels' crusader against donald trump. and at one point, he even planned on running for president. a meteoric rise and potential fall. the alleged co-conspirator in this case is reported to be another big-time hollywood attorney, mark geragos, who has defended the likes of michael jackson to jussie smollett, and has represented nike's brand ambassador colin kaepernick. geragos was not indicted and has not been charged. on monday, avenatti announcing, he would hold a press conference, tweeting that he would soon expose a basketball scandal perpetrated by nike. just 15 minutes after that
tweet, he was arrested. and this is not the extent of his troubles. in california, avenatti faces charges of bank and wire fraud, prosecutors saying he embezzled a client's money in order to pay his own expenses and debts. now, avenatti was released on $300,000 bond. this morning, he is tweeting that the public will learn about nike's cover-up and crimes and that he never attempted to extort the company. but you guys, prosecutors have avenatti on a wiretap threatening to take $10 billion off nike's market cap. and, again, if convicted serious trouble. the fraud charges carry a max of 50 years, here in new york, 47 years for the extortion charges. >> a long time. let's bring in dan abrams for more on this. now, the nike case more sensational, but it's actually the california fraud case that could cause more trouble. >> he has a more obvious defense which is i'm just talking the way tough lawyers do. we make threats, we say you don't settle and you'll get this or that, et cetera, not saying
it's a winning defense but it's a defense. it is much harder to defend against things like wire fraud and bank fraud, tax issues. why? because they have documents. they have paperwork. and as a result, it's not a sort of ambiguity as to what did i say versus what didn't i say. so, if i'm michael avenatti right now, i'm much more concerned about the california case right now than i am about the new york case. >> you say lawyers talk tough all the time. where do you think he crossed the line in the nike case? >> it comes to the nuance. says know, you should hire myself and it appears mark geragos to do an internal investigation for $15-plus million. and they say, well, we've never heard of anyone doing an investigation for over $10 million and he says, well, you know, fine, let's just call it, 22.5 million and call it a day. and so really what prosecutors are saying is that was all a charade. he wasn't really talking about the need to do an investigation. he was talking about a payoff. and it's that follow-up
conversation, the prosecutors will say, adds validity to their argument. >> you mentioned mark geragos, of course, we have seen him on this program many times. unnamed co-conspirator but not charged. >> right. and this is just with regard to the new york case. you have to wonder, is he cooperating? do they not have enough evidence against him? what is the issue there but he definitely has not been charged. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. michael. all right, george, now to that missing dog mystery. a prize-winning show dog named gale vanished after being checked into a flight and steve osunsami is there in atlanta and, steve, they're still searching for gale this morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, michael. at one point, people here searching for the dog thought that they spotted it. but then it ran away. and while this airport, more than 4700 acres of it is certainly people secure, it's not dog secure. 22-month-old gale has a number of people on her tail this morning. two wildlife biologists, atlanta airport staffers, even people from the faa and customs and border protection are all trying
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>> reporter: another show dog went missing when she escaped her crate at jfk in 2006 and hasn't been seen since. there is one ray of sunshine to this story. and that is that this dog has a microchip. so, as any dog owner knows if a stranger finds it and takes it so a vet or pound, she can be possibly reunited with her owners. >> hopefully she will be found. thank you so much. coming up, the warning after an instagram star suffered a stroke doing a yoga pose. come on back. come on back. living with hiv? ♪ keep being you. keep loving. keep aspiring. keep striving. and ask your doctor about biktarvy. biktarvy is a complete one-pill,
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back now with that warning after an instagram star suffered a stroke while doing a yoga move. now she's sharing her story and amy is here with those details. good morning, amy. >> hey, good morning, robin. rebecca leigh is a social media star and she was recording a yoga session for her fans when something went terribly wrong when she pushed herself too far. she's a yoga enthusiast inspiring her more than 26,000 followers on instagram with poses like these. but 40-year-old rebecca leigh is also a survivor. in 2017 surviving a stroke after filming a particularly difficult handstand for her fans. that move landing her in the hospital. at the time writing on instagram, i had an awful headache. i had some strange visual issues and felt a lot of pain in my neck and head. i tried to put my hair in a ponytail and my left arm was numb.
i physically could not get my brain to tell my arm what i wanted it to do. adding, no pose or picture worth what i have been going through. don't be so tempted to push over your limits. leigh learned that she had torn a major blood vessel in her neck and that tear, causing a clot to go to her brain. and this morning, she's sharing her story in the hopes of warning others. in a new interview with media outlet swns, leigh says she suffered from neck pain and migraines in the past but knew this was different. it was terrifying. she says it was like a curtain coming down all around me. my pupils were different sizes. i knew something was very, very wrong. that's when she and her husband, kevin, went to the emergency room, and an mri scan revealed the shocking news. i couldn't believe it. there was no way that someone my age in my health could have a stroke. it's not just yoga. it can occur when the neck is put in extreme positions.
it wasn't a yoga move but an appointment with a chiropractor that led to the sudden death of 34-year-old playboy model katie may in 2016. the coroner finding neck manipulation tore one of her arteries and just like leigh cut off blood flow to her brain. she died a few days later in the hospital. this morning, both cases acting as stark warnings of how sensitive our bodies can be at any age. it is some frightening stuff there. rebecca, by the way, was back on the yoga mat a month after the stroke. saying, if she didn't start again as soon as she could, she never would because that fear is crippling. when you do yoga you feel the pressure in your head and neck but you don't know what's too far sometimes. >> you really don't. thank you, amy. dr. jen ashton will talk more about this. tell us more. >> so two important causes of stroke that people need to understand. it can be caused by hemorrhage or bleeding or it can be caused by a clot.
those are the two main categories. and if you think of this tube as one of the arteries in the brain, or in this case really in the neck, one of the vertebral arteries, if it gets kinked a clot can form. if it gets torn that can cause hemorrhage. there have been case reports as we heard in amy's piece of this rarely occurring with chiropractic treatments, beauty salon. it's tully -- actually called the beauty salon syndrome. >> my mom suffered that when she got older. >> any extreme position of your neck is kind of when they say, doc, it hurts when i do this. the doc says, don't do that. >> there are different types. are the symptoms the same? >> the symptoms are the same. that's what people really need to know. we go by the acronym f.a.s.t. that stands for facial droop, arm weakness, difficulty with speech. "t" is for time, it's time to call 911, because minutes matter when you have a stroke. >> we'll have you back. justin bieben chamber. >> interesting. >> working you overtime. >> 8:00 hour. >> double dose.
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mornings." metrologist mike nicco has our forecast. >> it's been dry so far. we have a mixture of sun and clouds. out door activity is going to be much easier than yesterday afternoon and evening. temperatures in the low to mid-60s in most neighborhoods. some upper 50s in lakeport and half moon bay. tonight showers and even some thunderstorms possible. alexis? >> we are looking at the richmond-san rafael bridge. some pretty big bumps in the right lane and that's causing about a 20-minute delay on the approach to get there. certainly plan on some backups there. highway 4 to the maze on the recovery. across the bay bridge looking good. slight delays to sfo. >> singer justin bieber is reporting he's sleeping in a
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investigation. what pilots discovered re-creating that lion air flight. and the race to discover what went wrong in that other boeing crash. u.s. authorities now digging into the black box data. justin bieber's battle. the pop superstar revealing he sleeps in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber as he struggles with "deep-rooted issues." is he using it to improve his mental health? dr. ashton is here to break it down live. a major win for a single mom. how she finally ex to pay child support nearly 50 years later.e lathathemefosingl. plus, colin farrell live starring in the highly anticipated live action movie "dumbo." he's here with secrets from the set. and it's "veep" week. your favorite characters from the hilarious hit show stopping by all week long, as we count down to the final season.
and they're here to say -- >> good morning, america. >> get the peopleout side. yes. and the people inside, from alabama. over there. >> over in the corner. >> nobody puts baby in the corner. >> full circle. good morning to all of you. hope you're doing well this tuesday morning. >> we, we do. and we're kicking moves. and this morning, it's all about the jump rope. the favorite workout of lebron james, even though it won't give you his game. at least you can get in shape. >> rock, paper, scissors, who has to do that segment? right there. tag, you're it. >> yeah, okay, i'm sending it back to you wednesday. >> i'm sure you will. we'll begin with the latest on that boeing investigation and what that recent simulator test revealed. our senior transportation correspondent david kerley is back with those details for us.
good morning again, david. >> reporter: morning, robin. coming out of those tests from the weekend, some pilots were surprised how aggressive the nose action down was on this anti-stall system which boeing is rushing a software fix which they plan to reveal tomorrow. this morning, a row of southwest airlines boeing 737 maxes parked in the california desert. and hundreds of others around the world costing millions of dollars each day. boeing's software update expected to be certified by the faa in hours, will be rolled out to customers at a big seattle meeting tomorrow to change the way an automated safety system experienced it in as. simulator days ago were surprised how aggressively that anti-stall system pushed the jet's nose down. one pilot telling "the new york times" pilots would have just 40
seconds to take corrective action before possibly crashing. we know in the first crash lion air, pilots battled that automation right at takeoff for 12 minutes before losing the battle. the ethiopian jet was in the air for six minutes but officials have not said if the anti-stall system was activated. >> the forces of the stick may have surprised the pilots, been stronger than they had anticipated. and this may have confused them and led them to make false moves in the cockpit. >> reporter: now, we've learned that the ethiopians finally shared the data from the black boxes over the weekend with the americans and europeans who were investigating that crash. but nobody has said what has happened in the second crash. ethiopia says they'll hold some kind of news conference later in the week. but boeing's moving ahead tomorrow with all these customers coming to seattle to learn about this software update. boeing trying to get the fleet back up in the air, robin. >> as you said in the first hour it's protocol waiting on the ethiopians to reveal the data? >> reporter: to tell us what happened one way or the other, what the cause is. but boeing's moving ahead and it appears that the faa is going to certify this
software and the fix is coming. >> good. all right, thank you, david. we turn to two big headlines out of washington. the fallout of the mueller report. and president trump taking aim at the democrats and investigators. and democrats demanding to see the full document. the other, the trump administration taking aim at obamacare in court. that could affect health care for millions of americans and our senior congressional correspondent mary bruce on capitol hill with the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, george. democrats here on the hill are upping the pressure, thaw are demanding to see the full mueller report by next week and if not, they are likely to subpoena. while democrats and republicans are both calling for the attorney general to testify here on the report sometime soon, while republicans are now on the offense. they are calling to investigate the investigation. that is something that's likely to come up here as the president has lunch with senate republicans. george, he's bringing his victory lap here to the hill. and this morning, there is another battle brewing over obamacare. the trump administration is now recommending that the entire affordable care act be struck down. and if the courts agree, well,
then, millions of americans could lose their coverage including those with pre-existing conditions and just a reminder there is no solid plan here on the hill to replace obamacare, george. >> that has sparked a lot of reaction from democrats overnight. mary bruce, thanks very much. coming up, justin bieber revealing that he is sleeping in an oxygen chamber. could it help your mental well-being? dr. jen is back with that. and how one mom finally got child support payments from her ex nearly a years later. the law that helped. and lara is upstairs. hey, lara. >> i am. it's "veep" week. [ applause ] as you can see, the cast in the house, so is colin farrell, cast is very, very deeply entrenched in a book. we'll get to that. we have a lot going on. "dumbo," we'll talk about that and -- >> how rude. >> no. >> dumbo. >> the movie. the stars. >> just because i'm not reading -- >> we've got a lot coming up and a great audience. don't go anywhere.
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deserving mom, all moms are deserving, or a mother figure, nominate her. and maybe we'll come knocking on her door. >> yeah, you never know. also you say that, robin, and it just signals spring. >> doesn't it? >> warmer weather. i'm so excited for that. >> and fun is "pop news," that's what it is. >> yeah, it's popping. good morning to you, guys. good morning to our great audience and to you. we begin with birthday wishes for a music legend. diana ross, everybody, celebrating her 75th today. the motown legend will be celebrating by giving back to fans. she's performing tonight at the hollywood palladium for a special birthday show but there is something for all of us. opening tonight, two days only, a new documentary called "diana ross" her, life, love and legacy will play across the country. it includes never-before-seen footage from her 60-year career
and a remastered version of her iconic 1983 central park concert where she stayed on stage and continued to entertain the huge crowd, even during a massive downpour. the film will be presented on nearly 700 stages tonight, two days only, do you know where you're going to? [ applause ] every once in a while i have to. >> upside down you're turning me. >> oh. inside out. all right. i'm coming out with another story now. >> wow. >> the music man has found -- i know. try the meatloaf. i'm here all week. [ cheers and applause ] as i was saying the music man has found his leading lady. we told you recently hugh jackman will star in a revival of the broadway classic "music man." and now we know, tony-winning
actress sutton foster will be his co-star. this is an unbelievable pairing. jackman so talented and posted this snap of himself with foster at the 2014 tonys and the caption for our next dance. sutton is marian, #marian, and he tagged "the music man," on broadway. sutton, of course, a triple threat. actor, singer, dancer, she won her first tony for "thoroughly modern and second for "anything goes" in to 11. and conquered television as the star of the hit show "younger." first time back to broadway in six years. we welcome you back, sutton. [ applause ] >> a great cast. >> yep. i heard sutton is coming here too so that's exciting. yes, indeed, breaking news. do you hear the song? yeah. that's bon jovi.
"living on a prayer." the band is inviting fans to join them on their upcoming runway to paradise cruise on norwegian cruise lines. during this four-night trip to miami to bahamas and back you'll get to see the band perform. you'll sip john's award-winning hampton water rose. i highly recommend it, by the way. there's also live karaoke with, i think -- i don't know if it's their band but i know it's live band karaoke. and q & a sessions with the band. and food by soul kitchen. the musician's restaurant that gives back to families in need. it sails april 12th on norwegian and starts around $700 and not surprisingly is almost sold out so check it out if you love bon jovi. have fun and give back a little bit. >> oh, yeah. [ applause ] >> end on a high note. >> you look so professional
right now. >> back to you, robin. finally, the european gull screeching competition. my dream come true. it was held in belgium on sunday. talented competitors flocked from across europe to claim the title, take a listen. >> oh, no. [ making gull sounds ] >> so proud of them. this is my dream. [ laughter ] why is there a banana hanging? >> i don't know. >> motivation. >> that's disturbing. so incredible. >> do you see the focus on their faces, though? >> the audience gets to squawk their approval. contestants are judged on sound, they are given extra points if they can look or behave like a seagull, as you noted. the first annual championships but hopefully not the last. and that's "pop news." >> excellent. as always, thank you, lara.
now to our "gma" cover story. pop superstar justin bieber revealing he is now sleeping in an oxygen chamber as he faces what he calls deep-rooted issues. so can it help? dr. jen is back in a moment. but first, here's diane macedo. ♪ perfect >> reporter: this morning, another clue to pop star justin bieber's state of mind. in his latest instagram post the singer admits he was unhappy during his last tour and is now, quote, very focused on repairing some of the deep-rooted issues that i have so that i don't fall apart. this on the heels of another instagram post where he describes feeling super disconnected and weird. bieber's also sharing images on instagram of himself inside a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. fans are wondering if he's using the chamber to improve his mental health. >> there's a good feeling and uplifting of the mood because it increases serotonin and you feel energized. pain is decreased. you feel good afterwards.
>> reporter: hyperbaric chambers typically treat carbon monoxide poisoning, to vision loss. but studies show it can improve mental health. bieber hasn't said why he's use the chamber. experts warn the device may not be for everyone. >> it can be used for depression and anxiety but that's a less common use of it. >> reporter: ultimately bieber says whatever is going on, he wants to get better, writing, music is very important to me but nothing comes before my family and my health. for "good morning america," diane macedo, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to diane. and dr. jen isback sols ho >> this is basically pressurized oxygen, robin. we know that hyperbaric therapy is used for wound healing, scuba accidents. carbon monoxide poisoning, some
types of burns. and used off-label for literally everything. and the fda has put out warnings about this. cautioning people there is not conclusive peer-reviewed scientific data to support its use when used for other things than the list i just mentioned. >> any risks involved? >> there are always risks and that's the appropriate question. whenever there is a therapeutic benefit you must ask about the risk. when you're talking about hyperbaric oxygen therapy, there is risk of lung injury, possibly for sure. with a high concentration of oxygen in your blood. and fire is the big one. because this is pressurized oxygen. like we're in an operating room, there is a fire hazard. >> so many deal with mental health issues and it's still -- it's so upsetting that how it's -- >> a stigma. >> yes, you're right. if you're battngg >>hat's the silver ling. awarmoowe.people unde
al illwe should use them all, which means talk therapy, fda-approved medications. cognitive behavioral therapy. certain complementary therapies. even if they vice president been fully borne out, if they're low risk and offer benefit like yoga, acupuncture, then it's okay but any time you're talking about a major risk with something that is not fda cleared or approved, you really need to proceed with caution and in medicine just like in life, robin, just because you can do something doesn't always mean you should. >> well put, all right, jen, thanks so much. george. we turn to a big win for a mother who's been fighting for child support from her ex-husband for 50 years. >> that's right. she is 74 years old. her daughter is 52 and toni an's ex- f canada back in the '70s. but when she found out that he is nowiving in discovered a way to finally get him to pay up. for single mom toni anderson
raising her daughter lane on her own wasn't easy. >> i struggled a lot. i lived from paycheck to paycheck. and i had to take a couple jobs. and it was a detriment to my daughter, because i really wasn't there for her. >> reporter: she divorced her husband back in 1970 when lane was just 3 years old. toni says her ex-husband took off and went to canada leaving them behind in california. >> he made the first payment, $160. i was so excited. i never will forget and i deposited it in my account. and it bounced. >> reporter: for 49 years anderson says her ex-husband failed to make his monthly child support payments including $210 per month for a period of 30 months and thereafter child support payments of $160 per month until the child reached the age of 21. >> it was a challenge for me because mom was always working, always had to support us, so she was never around. and that was hard. >> reporter: but last year anderson said she realized there's no statute of limitations for unpaid child
support in california and decided to take her ex, donald allen lenhart, now living in oregon, to court. according to the lawsuit, anderson's ex-husband owed over $153,000. that includes back child support with interest and attorney fees. the statute of limitations law for child support debt vary widely from state to state. in some cases a parent has ten years to file a complaint. in others, there's though deadline. >> hopefully, it will motivate individuals who owe the child support to come forward and pay that child support so they're not hauled into court. >> reporter: her ex-husband releasing a statement saying we had an informal agreement that i was operating off of after our divorce. but when ms. anderson filed her motion in 2018 to collect the $35,000 in principal plus interest, i hired a private investigator to locate her so i could offer her payment. and he did pay. anderson says she wants other single parents to know their rights. and that this might be an
opportunity to collect unpaid child support at any time. and her message to exes who vice president paid up? watch out. you got to love toni. >> public service right there. >> we need more tonis in the world. >> let's go to ginger. >> let's do a little "gma" moment. this one reminds us kind of everybody. all of us do this. we're scrolling trying to refresh that instagram feed. watch this. tucker is like, i can do that too. there he goes. that's 1-year-old tucker. trying to refresh that feed. trying to get that text. are they going to text back? that's what i'm always doing. yeah, all right. anyway, that's the "gma" moment for to good morning. i'm "abc7 news" metrologist mike nicco. clouds and sunshine just a random shower today. but tonight showers and thunderstorms are possible. spring warmth coming this weekend. high temperatures today, upper 50s half moon bay, lakeport. mild tonight. most of us in the low to mid-50s
a few mid to upper 40s. so we got ones, light on the storm impact scale for now we're kicking off our march madness fitness series. nba superstar lebron james uses a jump rope to stay in shape and it can help improve coordination as well. and also cardiovascular health. and cece marizu from equinox fitness is here to show us some moves. what you got for us. >> i am. >> cece, most people -- we see somebody jumping rope and it's like you're a kid but this is a great workout. >> it channels your kid at heart. it's an awesome workout. it will work your bone strength, bone density, also your heart rate, cardiovascular system, also give you a really sick body. >> give you a sick body. [ applause ] but a lot of people are intimidated because they think i'm not coordinated enough. >> i know. >> to jump rope. what do you have to say to that? >> i -- when you're a kid,
you're not scared of anything. you're so fearless. and i say just find your inner kid at heart. mess up. it is okay to make mistakes. lebron james, you talked about him using it. he messes up. you got to mess up in order to improve your skills. it takes practice. look at these rock stars behind me. we're going to make them do it all day. >> so first up, you have a modified way to like step up your jump rope game. >> yeah. >> what is that? if i wasn't if a suit, i would put it down. >> are you sure? >> i'm going to watch you do this. >> we call this the final four. sweet 161 coming up so it works like this. >> the final four. >> one, two, three, four, side, two, three and four and mess up a little, too, it's okay. hop side to side. >> what is this benefiting? >> right now, our ability with this. but also helps your balance, your stamina, and your abs. you're working the obliques, everything in between. your calves will look mighty fine afterwards too. [ applause ] >> now, the second move is called the jump shot. >> yes.
>> this is going to work your quaulds and calves. >> quads and calves so they'll set it up in a circular fashion. we'll call this your hoop and step into it, step out and shoot. do it, michael. he scores and in a suit. you're working that step through, and you're falling back. and you're making sure you sink it. making all their shots. they're like zion on duke right now. >> in our next move, it's march madness so it's called the big dance. >> the big dance and we are going to move our hips a little for you so big dance, you're going to power into this step back twist your body to the side. each time it is a power move rotating the hips notice how quickly you can come in and out of it. nice and quick. >> that's good. flexibility, everything. >> yeah. >> and the march madness typically ends with a cinderella story. >> yeah, i think i'm pulling for oregon since they're the 12 seed. they'll be the cinderella story so you're going to step up from the side. and work your full body. you going to do this one? >> i don't know. let me see what it is. [ applause ]
>> so cinderella, hop in, hop out, drop down, we celebrate cinderella and i lose my mike pack at the same time. >> i'll watch you do that move. that looked pretty good. but you know what, i will be in the gym. i'll be at equinox sometime today getting it in. cece, thank you and thank you guys for all that work. tune in tomorrow tore more march madness fitness. the next bracket we have is boxing. and coming up next on "gma" we have the cast of "veep" and colin farrell is here to talk about "dumbo." and they're here live. and they're here live. let's get up and get going.
>> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. i'm reggie aqui. it's 8:27. the coast guard is searching for a swimmer who went missing this morning. the search began at 4:20 this morning for a 28-year-old man wh went into the water in pacifica with friends. others made it out, he did not. police say he was last seen wearing black boxer shorts. going to turn now to traffic. >> i'm going to take you to a problem in the north bay. as many as six vehicles involved in a crash, southbound 101, they did push this off to the shoulder but we had the two middle lanes blocked. we have some have traffic. nice day here, san mateo bridge crawling along as usual. >> we'll
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♪ welcome back to "gma." and we're excited because it is day two of our "veep" week. all week long we're talking to cast members from the hit hbo show. and this morning, we've got three characters or three actors, and they are characters who have been part of the "veep" family from the very beginning. please welcome tony hale, matt walsh, and timothy simons. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hey, robin. nice to see you. >> big drink of water. hello, hey, tim. >> pleasure to meet you. >> you guys. you just make us happy. >> oh, thank you for having us. >> oh, man. >> so excited. >> cozy couch. >> the sock game. >> thank you. >> let me see your socks. >> yeah, tony has a good sock. >> i got a strong sock.
>> everybody got one. >> it's just fine. >> but you know what, seven seasons. >> i know. >> the final season is in the can. you guys are done filming it already. but it premiers pretty soon. but have you guys adjusted to post-"veep" life yet? >> well, we still live at julia's house. [ laughter ] >> i sleep on the couch. >> like all of our families are there. the kids are around. it's great. >> it's like one big commune. >> we have not let go. we have not let go. >> we act out scenes with each other. >> just for kicks. >> i do think -- i was going to say i do think there might be like a football player overlap in that it's not going to be till next fall when we would have gone back to filming. right now, it's all still normal. we're on hiatus. >> the routine won't be there, yeah. >> it was sad. when we finished in december there was a lot of crying. >> a lot of tears. >> we all gathered around the
monitor every time someone finished their last scene. >> julia said you were the biggest cry baby. >> she called me a cry baby? >> a bunch of faces where she was like, woo, woo. it was insulting. it was insulting. no, i'm 100% -- i think -- i wasn't -- maybe i was the biggest cry baby. i was certainly the first cry baby. it came out hard and fast. >> right. >> we all went -- >> it was a lot of tears. it was a whole week of tears. >> we like each other a lot. >> from the table read all the way through. >> yeah, yeah and the wrap-outs, if somebody had their last scene, everybody would come to the set and they would be therea >> i almost cried right now. >> tears, tears, tears. >> what are each of you going to miss most about your character? i mean you, tony, just by selina's side constantly. >> i think i'm going to miss kind of the organized chaos that
the show sort of does. it sometimes chaotic but it becomes its own choreography like me kind of putting on her bracelet and her shoes and, you know, and while she's doing lines. and it's just this kind of comic dance that we do. i'm going to really miss that. >> and tim, you play jonah ryan. but you were white house aide then you were a congressman and now you're a presidential candidate. >> running for president. >> so what are you going to miss most about your character jonah? >> i think the thing i'll miss about him is that he wakes up every single day and without considering any of the evidence, thinks that he's going to do a [ eat job. >> like politics. >> he has no -- he has no discernible skill, talent, char he's like, you know what? today's going to go great. >> today is the day. >> very entitled. >> matt, what about you, your character mike, you were selina's spokesman until you got fired. >> correct. thanks for bringing that up. thank you.
you celebrated that. >> i did say a little too much excitement. you got fired. you got fired. what are you going to miss most about mike? >> well, in terms of the big show i'll miss those table reads because that's the only time we get to see the script for the first time and everybody is around the table. so it's like play practice. and then, as far as my character, i think i'll miss how unbelievably dumb mike can be. like i love pushing the stupidity of that character and i love like spilling things on myself, which i actually do in real life a little bit. and eating in every scene. every time there is a food scene i'll tell the prop guy, bring that food a little closer because mike always eat. >> that's it. that's it. >> it's a simple one. >> i couldn't imagine gary ever being fired. what would gary do if he were not with selina? >> maybe he'll go on like match.com and just find another mother figure to carry around her purse. [ applause ] >> yeah.
>> baby bjorn. >> just carry around her target bag. >> we'll take a look at a clip of your great work. so here we go. here's "veep." >> there it is. >> hey. is kim here? >> no. she got fired for sleeping with you. buzzfeed runs a tight ship. i should probably thank you. you are looking at the new deputy senior editor. they're putting me up and all i gotta do is sit on some page for new media innovators. >> what do you know about that, mike 53729 @aol.com. >> i got hacked, mike 53729 -- >> still at aol? >> yeah. >> you going to tell him? >> aol. >> full disclosure, my only email is aol. i've had the same e-mail for to years. >> life imitates art. >> you may be the only person with aol. >> aol is just counting on that walsh money every year. >> i still pay $50 a month, right? >> that's good.
>> but your character, you're not working for selina anymore. we already established you were fired. >> yes. >> what would season one mike tell season seven mike? >> i think he would say, mike, there will be a new thing called social media so learn how to type and learn how to use a mouse. >> yeah. >> and take photos on your phone. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> all the schism things. >> tim, your character, boy, the insults are just hurled your way and i understand that when you're out in real life out walking the streets that some people actually shout some of those names to you? >> they do. not a single one of them is really appropriate for morning television. which also means they're not really appropriate for the grocery store. but it still happens. but there was one that is actually somewhat appropriate but i was -- i remember i was moving a bunch of stuff out of the garage at my house. and a car passed by my house, turned around, came back, the window rolled down, and they went, hey, jonad. and the car just drove away.
they turned around and drove off. >> my other favorite is when someone just said to him, you have the wrong shape. >> that's just my body. that's just what my body looks like. and they're like, sometimes his head is too big for his body. and then sometimes his body is too big for his head. i'm like, guys, that's just me. >> there's a real person here. >> you know, when julia was here yesterday we had an interesting question. if you three were on the ticket who would be the president, vice president and campaign manager and her first word was, well, we'd all be screwed. >> that's exactly what she said? >> those were her first words. >> she said matt would be president. >> oh. >> tony, tony would be vice prt. >> o campaign mager. >> that's dangerous. >> so matt, being that you are president, what would be your campaign slogan? food. >> well done. >> are you guys hungry? >> yes. >> america, are you hungry?
[ cheers and applause ] >> we're hungry for more. don't leave us. >> i know, after seven seasons. >> i know. >> i can't believe it's here. >> yeah. >> i know, it is. it's been -- >> it's going to be a really fun season, though. >> it's a great season. >> it gets more dysfunctional if that can even be possible. and darker. >> julia said too. >> we're drunk on dysfunction pretty much. >> hard to imagine. >> we love every bit of it, man. incredible show, incredible run. and we've got more. it's not done with the "veep" cast members. we have more here tomorrow for "veep" week. and we also have -- the final season premieres sunday night on hbo. you don't want to miss it. thank you, guys. thank you, fellas. coming up next "dumbo" star colin farrell is here live. there he is chilling in the green room.
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welcome back. our next guest is a golden globe winner who is sharing the screen with the world's most famous flying elephant. everyone, please give a warm round of applause to colin farrell, and dumb beau. [ applause ] >> hello. >> i'm not going to call you dumbo this time. >> thank you. >> you are in the movie and want to get to that. we're calling it time warp tuesday. we named it so we can talk about this.
we love that you at 17 auditioned for an irish boy band. >> oh, not again, yes. [ applause ] >> i believe the name of that band was boy zone. >> slow encroachment of judgment in the room. nothing wrong with boy bands. yeah, boy zone, i was dancing on a dance floor as one does when i was 17. and louis walsh came up to me and said he was going to get a band together. it's going to be huge. would i like to be part of it. i said sure because i would have done anything and they made me sing "careless whisper." you wouldn't have been saying that if they heard me sing it. and they made me sipg it a second time because i was so bad. >> are you talking about this "careless whisper." >> no. >> by george michael. >> oh, yeah. ♪ waste the chance that i've been given ♪ >> sit bringing back memories -- >> it's bringing back those moments of glory with that dead
microphone. >> but you made it to the final ten. >> i made -- i didn't make it to anything. look, there was no making it, right? i was on the dance floor. he liked what i was doing, obviously. >> we love you. you can take a joke. [ applause ] and we all start somewhere. but look at you now. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. i mean this is the fallback career i'm doing now. >> so it's working out okay. >> not bad for plan b. >> i love "dumbo." it's one of the classic 1941 -- >> yeah. >> really one of the most iconic of the disney films. and a big undertaking to try to do it live-action. what was it about the role that you said yeah? >> it wasn't so much the role, the undertaking to take this story chrks is probably about 30%, or 40% a remake. in our version, because the original story dip hadn't have h human component. it was all about the animals and there was some kind of inappropriate stuff as sweet as it was but this was tim burton making about 70% a new film, a family trying to find their way back to each other all set to the backdrop of the circus. not so much the role as working
with tim on a story that is essentially about inclusion and celebrating difference and that we all have some kind of inherent magic. it's just a matter of, in life, finding out what that is. >> great messages. >> lovely. timely messages forever. we do need to be reminded as human beings to treat each other with compassion and not look for an outsider to exclude and make ourselves feel better. and that's what, "dumb beau" is essentially about. >> we want to see. let's take a look. >> don't be scared. don't be scared. now your mama's right outside. oh. whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> so sweet and tim burton. >> tim is just -- >> your final words of working
with that master. >> he's got a wow in the background there. good timing. tim is extraordinary. he's just magic. every cell of his body vibrates with creative energy. and he's the sweetest e, kindest e man. but just a visual genius. he creates -- certainly a fan of film. not even an actor, i have loved his work for 30 plus years since i saw "pee wee's big adventure" and everything he's done since and i hope this is transportive for any audience. >> i'm pretty sure it will be. and congratulations. we love having you here. >> it's good to be here. >> everybody, "dumbo," [ applause ] live in the theaters friday. oh, there he is. where is he? you can catch colin on "strahan & sara" as well. >> thank you. imbo fly righ buy us. good morning. i'm "abc7 news" metrologist mike nicco. a mix of clouds and sunshine, just a random shower today, 50s and 60s for high. notice at 9:00 the chance of a shower
and now i'm here with a broadway star making history. just 16 years old, this is andrew barth feldman, the youngest person to play the lead role in the musical "dear evan hansen." he's going to perform with the cast in just a moment. first i have to ask you, it is a role making your dream, other people's dreams come true. at 14 there is a picture of you standing outside the theater. could you have imagined just two years later, less than two years later, you are the lead? >> you know, evan has always been my end game dream role but i was like maybe you'll get to audition for it, when i'm like, 24 or something. to be here now is really just every dream come true. >> and we can't wait because if you have not seen the show or if you don't know what it's about you're about to see a bunch of it. the entire cast of "dear evan
andrew barth feldman and the cast of "dear evan hansen" will perform "you will be found." ♪ ♪ have you ever felt like nobody was there ♪ ♪ have you ever felt forgotten in the middle of nowhere ♪ ♪ have you ever felt like you could disappear ♪ ♪ like you could fall and no one would hear ♪ ♪ well someone will come running
and i know they'llake you ♪ even when the dark comes crashing through when you need a friend to carry you and when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ so let the sun come streaming in cause you'll reach up and you'll rise again ♪ ♪ lift your head and look around you will be found ♪ ♪ it's a place where you don't have to feel unknown ♪ ♪ and every time that you call out you're a little less alone ♪ ♪ if you only say the word ♪ from across the silence your voice is heard ♪ ♪ even when the dark is crashing through when you need a friend to carry you ♪
♪ when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ out of the shadows the morning is breaking ♪ ♪ and all is new all is new ♪ it's filling up the empty and suddenly i see that ♪ ♪ all is new all is new ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪
♪ even when the dark comes crashing through when you need ♪ when you're broken on the ground you will be found ♪ ♪ so when the sun comes streaming in 'cause you'll reach up and you'll rise again if you only look around ♪ ♪ you will be found even when the dark comes crashing through ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ when you need someone to carry you, you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found [ cheers and applause ]
to mateo, my favorite chair. to chris, the family recipes. to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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mike nicco, it's not raining right now. >> that's right. everything is going to be good. there's an isolated chance of a shower but come 9:00 we got a better chance. low to mid-60s in most of our neighborhoods. here's a quick look at the storm impact scale for tonight. widespread showers, some thunderstorms and breezy. we'll have a chance of rain through at least thursday, warm, sunshine, this weekend. >> taking a look at the east bay. we have a new crash in castro valley. this is right at redwood there's been a collision, some injuries as well. and 25 minute delay on the approach to the richmond side of the richmond-san rafael bridge. time now for "live with kelly and ryan." we'll see you at >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!"
today, supermodel, actress, and author, christie brinkley. and from the hit comedy "veep," tony hale. and performing his latest hit "money problems," max frost. plus, lisa rinna returns for another day at the cohost desk. all next on "live!" and now, here are lisa rinna and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪