Czerniawski was first in the news last June for allegedly stabbing her husband in a spousal Battle Royale Memorial Day weekend. The former Miss Teen New Jersey used a kitchen knife to slash her husband, Charles, in their home, according to court documents. The Wife Swap mom claims that the knife-wielding "incident" was all in self-defense, and said that her husband became jealous—and abusive—after she got messages from a mutual male friend, who the New York Post now reports is none other than Guys Gone Wild naked hunk Michael Biserta, who has a "reputation"…shall we say Czerniawski said her jealous husband pinned her against kitchen cabinets after he saw the naughty communications, saying that if he could not "have her, no one can. Czerniawski went after the knife only after she was able to break free from her husband's grip, she contends.
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But after the calendar crew appeared on the Today show, the eagle-eyed realized that cover boy Michael Biserta, of Ladder Co. God, Joe Francis ruins everything! Apparently all the calendar hunks were screened, but Biserta never mentioned appearance. The DVD features Biserta stripping naked at the urging of several frisky women who stand off-camera. The camera follows the completely nude Biserta from the bedroom to the shower and the women gush over his cute face and muscular physique, which he clearly isn't shy about displaying.
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As of 2014, the top five origin countries of Asian immigrants were India, China, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Korea. The migration motivations and demographic characteristics of Asian immigrants have varied greatly over time and by country of origin, ranging from employment and family reunification to educational or investment opportunities and humanitarian protection. Between 1970 and 1980, the number of Asian immigrants grew 308 percent from 825,000 to 2. From 65 percent in the 1990s, the growth rate dropped to 37 percent in the 2000s and 12 percent from 2010 to 2014 (see Figure 1). Asia is the second-largest region of birth (after Latin America) of U.