The video has now gone viral, prompting an outpouring of astonishment and confusion on Twitter.It comes after President Trump sought to clarify comments he made during the press conference with Putin.Earlier in the day, Roxanne was seen in York Town Centre pulling a prank for her radio show that saw her pretend to cry to see how many members of the public would come to her aid.Roxanne played Jo Sugden in the ITV soap Emmerdale from 2005 to 2009 but recently announced plans to retire from acting to pursue a career in radio.She recalls feeling ashamed and terrified of other people's reaction.
It is believed she suffered severe bruising and two sprained wrists and is awaiting the results of a CT scan to check for further damage.She lost control of the vehicle while racing for her Minster FM breakfast show, and crashed and had to be freed from the wreckage by firefighters (middle).Roxanne then had to remain in the wreckage for two hours as firefighters worked to cut her free, before being airlifted 41 miles to Hull Royal Infirmary (top right).Sir Cliff Richard (pictured today being interviewed) has revealed the devastating impact of his four-year legal battle with the BBC after it finally came to an end today, saying he 'won't go anywhere near children' again.The popstar said the harrowing toll of the case on his day-to-day life means he will 'never completely recover' from the ordeal and he no longer comes into contact with other people's children for fear of the repercussions.Fatah Abid, the general secretary of Manchester's SU (inset) tweeted: 'Today, as a team we removed an imperialist's work from the walls of our union and replaced them with the words of Maya Angelou- God knows black and brown voices have been written out of history enough, and it's time we try to reverse that, at the very least in our union.' Amy Nickell, 27, (pictured) discovered she was pregnant (pictured inset) with her son Freddy (pictured together right) when she was age 24 after being in a relationship with his father for a few months.A graduate from Leeds University, Amy had begun her career as a reporter at Yahoo interviewing celebrities on the red carpet and was living in North London.The White House was forced to engage in its second major walk-back of the week after President Trump appeared to answer 'No' to a question about Russian meddling.Hours after the on-camera statement, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump meant nothing of the sort, and was simply trying to end an informal period for questions. if you put hands on Trina, she's gonna strike back -- that's her explanation for the fight that went down early Monday morning in Miami.The video shows the rapper going off on a guy who just got kicked off her party bus outside Justin's Bar and Lounge ... Some people thought she was attacking a fan, but we're told she was only defending a friend. Trina and her entourage had just left the club, when 2 of her male friends started fighting.