a parking spot at a recording studio. Duarte claims that he suffered distress and is still suffering after Brown’s bodyguard assaulted him. Sha’Keir Duarte is suing Brown for $1 million for suffering, pain, and inconvenience, another million for emotional distress, and lastly, a third million for punitive damages, making a total $3 million and $60,000 for medical expenses. Of course, Chris Brown has filed a counter lawsuit against Duarte, accusing him of provoking the fight and attacking him with kicks and punches.
She handed them right back too!
Subway faced widespread criticism last week after a man posted this photo online showing a “Footlong” next to a tape measure that showed it to be just 11 inches.
Subway said Friday that it’s redoubling efforts to “ensure consistency and correct length” in all its sandwiches.
Nine former contestants are banding together to sue American Idol, claiming they were all FORCED off “Idol” as part of a racist (and illegal) plot to boost ratings.
James H. Freeman-the attorney representing the contestants- conducted an investigation into the show and found that producers had only publicly disqualified 9 other people from the show since it first hit the air … and they all happened to be black.
Freeman now alleges that “Idol” has been conducting a “cruel and inhumane” scheme to exploit and humiliate black contestants for ratings”.
According to our pals at TMZ.com,”Just because Drake was present during a bloody nightclub brawl in NYC … does NOT mean he should be blamed for the backlash of bad press directed at the club next door … this according to new legal docs.
In October, there was a lawsuit filed against IMDB.com for exposing an unknown actress’ age. This actress has been identified as Junie Hoang. Her most famous roles were in Gingerbread Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver and Hoodrats 2: Hoodrat Warriors.
Hoang’s lawyer said, “We are very disappointed that the judge required the plaintiff to identify herself by name. But her willingness to do so should be a strong indication that my client is willing to see this case to its conclusion however long that road may be.”
Just because she’s a public figure doesn’t mean the public gets to examine Britney Spears‘ medical history.
That’s according to a Los Angeles judge, who has denied a request from a company called Brand Sense to gain access to the popster’s medical information in an effort to collect evidence for a lawsuit it’s bringing against Spears over a perfume deal.
Something stinks here.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Reva Goetz ruled that Brand Sense lacked standing to bring the request, not to mention the records were protected by privacy statutes.
Brand Sense sued the Oops! girl in March for $10 million, claiming her camp went behind its back and got the company out of a 35 percent cut of the royalties from Britney’s Elizabeth Arden fragrance deal.
As part of a defamation lawsuit against the magazine, the soccer stud’s attorney has filed paperwork accounting for every move Beckham made on the nights when, according to In Touch Weekly, he supposedly was having a fling with a high-priced prostitute.
And, what do you know, none of the moves accounted for involved a call girl.
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