You might remember 3nder, the oddly-named dating app for finding your very own three-person sexy time party. Well it seems that Tinder, a dating app with a similar name, is threatening to sue the company behind the app.
Kesha is now allowed to perform at the Billboard Awards, after Dr. Luke’s label, Kemosabe Records, initially approved and then later blocked her scheduled performance.
In March of last year, Gregory Selden, a 25-year-old from Virginia, was looking for a place to stay in Philadelphia. Selden, who is black, says a host rejected his request to book their place, but happily accepted requests he sent from two fake profiles featuring pictures of white guys. Selden sued Airbnb in federal…
Kesha was reportedly set to make a major statement during the Billboard Music Awards, but Dr. Luke’s label blocked the performance from happening. Kesha’s mom is understandably irate.
A Vincent Gallo catfish—a random someone who is posing as the real Vincent Gallo on Facebook—is apparently so convincing that Gallo’s ex-girlfriend sent the poseur nudes before she figured out it was a fake account. As a result, Gallo is now suing Facebook for “false designation of origin under the Lanham Act,…
Donald Trump, a horsehair mattress stuffed with molding copies of Hustler, is deeply upset by a New York Times story suggesting he can be sexist and somewhat creepy in his private dealings with women. After petulantly tweeting about the story for a while, then calling CNN to yell about it, he moved on to the part…
Kesha is scheduled to perform at the Billboard Music Awards in a couple weeks, in what’s being billed as a “statement performance” that will reference her current sexual abuse lawsuit against Dr. Luke.
Nicki Minaj thinks her ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels is greedy and trifling and wants to let the world know it, too, in the only place that matters, a secret place that’s just between you and her—Twitter.
Last week, the Justice Department told North Carolina they would have until Monday, May 9 to make a decision about HB2, a bill that overturned “every local LGBT anti-discrimination measure in the state” when passed in March: either dump the law and comply with the the Civil Rights Act, or implement the law and risk…
After quoting Spicoli in court papers and referring to Sean Penn’s defamation lawsuit against him as “bogus,” Empire creator Lee Daniels has changed his tune and decided to settle.
A jury has awarded $55 million to a woman who sued Johnson & Johnson, blaming her ovarian cancer on their talcum powder products. This is the second major jury verdict against the company on the issue—just this year.
Moschino designer Jeremy Scott has again filed a motion to dismiss a copyright lawsuit from Brooklyn graffiti artist Rime, who claims that Scott copied elements from one of his murals for a fall 2015 piece that was later worn by Katy Perry; this time, Scott’s legal team’s absurd response compared Rime to “the Black…
A disgruntled Starbucks customer is suing the popular coffee chain, claiming its iced drinks are insufficient and falsely advertised.
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…
Paul Nungesser, the alleged rapist of Columbia graduate Emma Sulkowicz—who came into the spotlight for her senior thesis art project, Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)—has filed a new 100-page complaint against the school one month after a judge dismissed his case.
In July 2015, panic reigned among the extramaritally active when hackers grabbed millions of profiles from Ashley Madison. Some of them are doubtless panicking again today, after a judge ruled that they can’t be anonymous in a class action suit against the cheating website.
The next stage in this ugly war between co-parents slash ex-lovers Ciara and Future continues with a lawsuit in which Future describes his ex-fiancée’s last album as a “flop.”
A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit from the stars of TLC’s Sister Wives over Utah’s ban on polygamous marriages, and with it a 2013 ruling that removed the threat of arrest for polygamous families.
Beyoncé is suing a clothing company called Feyoncé, Inc. over copyright infringement. The singer says the defendants have ignored her requests to halt sales of their products, and that Feyoncé, Inc. is causing Beyoncé, Inc. “irreparable harm.”