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Linda Denise Blair (born January 22, 1959) is an American actress, producer, and activist. She is best known for playing the possessed child, Regan, in the horror film The Exorcist (1973), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award and won a Golden Globe and People's Choice Award. Blair reprised her role in Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977), for which she was nominated for a Saturn Award.

According to The New York Times Archives Linda Blair was Held in Drug Case on Dec. 21, 1977

The actress Linda Blair, who starred in the movie “The Exorcist,” was one of 32 persons arrested in a drug investigation, a Drug Enforcement Administration.

An estimated $3 million in cocaine was seized in Florida and Texas, investigators said. Miss Blair was charged with conspiracy to commit a felony in the alleged sale and purchase of cocaine.

Peter Grudin of the Federal agency's Connecticut office said that his agents and members of the Wilton police department served warrants on the 18‐year‐old Miss Blair as she left her Ridgefield Road home in Wilton in her car. He said that the charges originated with the Federal investigation centering in the Houston area and Jacksonville, Fla.

Miss Blair was released on S2.500 bail after she pleaded not guilty in Stamford Common Pleas Court to a chrage of narcotics possession. Her case was continued until Jan. IS.

Among those arrested in Florida were two children of State Senator Dan Scarborough, Democrat of Jacksonville—John, 24, and Lynn, 20.

Lynn Scarborough, who was charged with four counts of conspiracy to commit a felony, was released on $6,200 bail. John was freed on $1,576 bail.

Undersheriff John Nelson said that one and a half pounds of pure cocaine had been found in the luggage of two men the police described as leaders of the ring, and “a little more than two pounds” was seized by the authorities in Houston. The estimated street value of the confiscated cocaine was $3.5 million.


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Gio Di Pasquale says

"After 6 years with YOUI and having everything insured with them, I found ridiculous that they were going to put up my premium by $100 without any reason. Competitors (like Budget Direct, Virgin Money, etc) all had cheaper price (nearly $150 cheaper for the year). Called a few times with quotes on hands and they did not price match or did anything to help."

K J says

"After 10 years being with Youi and not claiming, we finally had to make a claim on my 2014 Ford Falcon. It had a low speed front impact on the front passenger side. Damage to skirting underbody, bumper, wheel and the power steering feeling much more stiffer. Youi quickly handled my case and towed to the repairer the following day. First thing we mentioned to the repairer, was that the steering felt stiffer, making it harder to steer. Was advised by the mechanic there was a leak coming from the power steering hose. However a few days later a Youi assesor advised me it was no leak and nothing to worry about. I mention to Youi assesor that I was worried the steering rack was damaged (upper control arm was replaced), but was told it is absolutely fine. On the 28 Jul 2020 we take the car home after 4pm, and while driving home I notice the steering was hard to turn. I further inspect the car up on jack stands, and see a small pooling of fluid on the power steering. Not happy. On the 29 Jul 2020, I take the car into Pedders to get a safety check, and they mention my power steering rack was damaged (excessive play) hence the leak. They also mention power steering pump may be worn, however new pump was fitted in June 2018. The same inspection done prior in 8 Dec 2018 (car only traveling 20K km since), showed no power steering issues, and steering felt absolutely fine before the accident. I have been let down by Youi multiple times, and I just hope the issue will be fixed, so I can update this negative review."

Maurice Hayter says

"Over $6000.00 more then any other insurance company. What a joke. Then they keep wanting you to complete your policy."

Alison says

"Awesome service, very friendly staff"

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