In July of last year, 35 of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape were photographed and interviewed by New York magazine, a powerful testament to what an allegedly heinous and villainous rapist the once-beloved entertainer is. On Tuesday, a judge swiftly turned down a demand from Cosby’s lawyers for the magazine to…
It’s primary day in New York, which means two things: my Facebook feed will soon become momentarily less clotted with insufferable Democrat infighting, and Donald Trump’s campaign is facing another round of self-induced heavy bleeding that will, somehow, still not kill it.
NWA’s ex-manager Gerald Heller can proceed with his defamation lawsuit against Straight Outta Compton, after a judge ruled against its dismissal on Monday.
James Woods has spent the last six months engaged in two very meaningful pursuits: tweeting, mainly about politics—Obama is popular among people on welfare, Bernie Sanders is a “commie scarecrow”—and suing the anonymous Twitter user who called him a “cocaine addict” and a “ridiculous scum clown-boy.” On Wednesday,…
In Los Angeles, a judge has thrown out Janice Dickinson’s defamation complaint against Bill Cosby’s former attorney Marty Singer.
Four more of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims have joined Tamara Green’s existing lawsuit, which claims comments made about them by the comedian’s representatives were harmful to their reputations.
Janice Dickinson—one of many women who’ve accused Bill Cosby of rape—is now formally suing him for defamation.
Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst filed a lawsuit last Thursday seeking $1 million in damages from the woman who accused him of raping her in the comments section on an xoJane article. Now a domestic violence advocacy is asking him to drop the suit, even if he's innocent.
Tianna Madison, the Olympic sprinter who was part of the U.S. Women's gold medal-grabbing 4x100 team, is being sued by her parents, Robert and Jo Ann Madison, for libel, slander, and defamation. Why the litigious homecoming, you might ask? The lawsuit, filed in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Cleveland, alleges…
A South Korean man was fined $265 for calling another man "bald" in an online chat session, after "an investigation" revealed that the victim was not bald after all. But the country's Supreme Court has now overturned the conviction, because "the word 'bald head' might have been used to insult the plaintiff, but we…
The hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of assault is suing the New York Post for claiming she's a prostitute. The paper's claims continue today.
A Malaysian activist accused a media company of mistreating his pregnant friend. The magazine sued for defamation, and now the activist has agreed to an unusual penalty — apologizing 100 times on Twitter.
A female sports reporter has sued one of her competitors for defamation, saying he and his employees made derogatory and false comments about her job skills and sex life. But he's denying everything.
Upset by the "horrific breasts" a plastic surgeon had allegedly given her, a woman took to Yelp. Now she and other dissatisfied customers are facing a defamation lawsuit.
Look, we wouldn't fancy being called "Horsey Face," "ho," "skank bitch," "#1 skanky superstar," "old hag," and "psychotic, lying, whoring, still going to clubs at her age, skank," either. But grounds for a lawsuit?