Ice La Fox who goes by the names Ice LaFoxe, Ice La Foxxx, Victoria, Ice LaFox, Rebecca, Ice Ice Baby, Ice D’Angelo, Isis, Angelique (from 8thstreetlatinas.com) was born February 28, 1983 in Miami, FL, USA. She of Latin descent. She is an an American porn star and nude model. Ice La Fox became active in porn between 2001-2013 (Started around 18 years old). Ice La Fox was raised in Los Angeles, California. She is a second-generation porn star as her mother is the porn star and adult film director Angela DeAngelo. In 2004 she was nominated by the Cyberspace Adult Video Review for their Most Valuable Pornstar (MVP) Award.Ice La Fox has worked with several adult magazines and many musicians like Snoop Dogg, Mystical, and Mac 10. She has been in well over 200 adult films and is best known for her curvaceous body and big booty. She currently produces and directs content for her signature website and she continues to shoot for other production companies. She has performed many scenes including lesbian, bisexual, straight and gangbang. Ice La Fox is good friends with Havanna Ginger (Havana Ginger) a.k.a. Mika Brown or Cuban Muffin.
Rudabeh Shahbazi is the Evening News Anchors for CBS 4 Miami-Dade local on the weekdays from CBS4 at 5:00 pm, 5:30 pm and 11:00 pm. She also anchors the public affairs show Focus on South Florida, airing Sundays on WBFS, MyTV33. She joined WFOR-TV, CBS4 in August, 2015 as a morning anchor who replaced Irika Sargent, who left WFOR for WBBM in Chicago. Rudabeh Shahbazi became the main anchor alongside Rick Folbaum in September, 2015. Rudabeh Shahbazi has a Iranian name but we are not sure of her origin. Rudabeh Shahbazi anchored live coverage the historic change in US-Cuba relations alongside Eliott Rodriguez when the American embassy opened in Havana, and was also live on the air during the Paris terror attacks. She drew her knowledge of the Southern California market while anchoring live coverage of the San Bernardino mass shooting. Since joining Focus On South Florida, Rudabeh Shahbazi has interviewed newsmakers, entertainers, politicians and leaders of arts and culture in the community. Before joining CBS4, she was a reporter and fill-in anchor at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, where she covered a wide range of national stories, including wildfires, the shootings at LAX and Santa Monica College, the Asiana plane crash in San Francisco, and the Academy Awards in Hollywood. While in Southern California, she also investigated illegal foreclosures, helping a family get their home back. Prior to joining KABC-TV, Rudabeh Shahbazi was a reporter at KNXV-TV in Phoenix, where she received a regional EMMY Award for her coverage of a stranded community waiting for aid after a storm that paralyzed the region. Her continuous coverage of Arizona’s controversial immigration law was used by the federal government in its lawsuit against Arizona, and earned her a political EMMY nomination. She was also nominated for a team coverage EMMY. Shahbazi provided extensive live coverage of the mass shooting in Tucson, after the attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, and was the only journalist to interview self-help guru James Ray after a deadly sweat lodge ceremony in Sedona. Rudabeh Shahbazi was also an education reporter at KEPR-TV in Pasco, Washington and worked at KTVU-TV in Oakland, California. She worked on the documentary film “King Leopold’s Ghost,” about war crimes in Congo, a film that took first place in numerous film festivals. She started her journalism career working at a small weekly newspaper in Malibu, California. Rudabeh Shahbazi is also an accomplished photographer and editor, with a decade of experience behind the camera, and was the first news reporter in the nation’s second largest television market to shoot and edit her own daily stories. Her work has appeared on ABC, CNN, CBS and PBS.