Man Caught on Video Faking Fall for Insurance Claim

A New Jersey man who claimed he hurt himself slipping on ice cubes actually threw the cubes onto the floor and lay down on top of them to make it look like he’d fallen, surveillance video shows. Alexander Goldinsky, 57, of Randolph, filed an insurance claim between Sept. 1 and Nov. 1 of last year alleging he’d injured himself after slipping and falling in the cafeteria at a business in Woodbridge, Middlesex County prosecutors said. Goldinsky is an independent contractor who was performing work at the business when the incident took place, prosecutors said. An investigation, however, found Goldinsky lied about the fall, according to prosecutors.

Patriots owner praises Trump for working for country’s ‘best interests’

I’m born and raised in New England. I really hope the Patriots lose.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft praised President Trump during an interview Friday on “Fox & Friends,” saying he was “working very hard to serve the best interests of the country.”

Kraft, who has a long friendship with Trump, said he was glad to have the president’s support in the upcoming Super Bowl because “we can use every fan who wants to support us.”

Kraft previously told Fox & Friends that Trump helped him in his “toughest time,” the 2011 death of his wife, Myra Kraft.