Drake leads the pack of Dirt Bags again this evening, whether or not he deserves it (which honestly I can’t tell you), with an item about a recent lawsuit.
The Guardian reported on Wednesday that Tereza Burki, a 47-year-old divorcee who was hoping to wrangle a moneyed man through an elite dating agency has successfully sued said dating agency for £13,100 (about $16,500) in damages.
In April, Billboard reported that Cardi B’s ex manager, who goes by Shaft (given name is Klenord Raphael), was suing the artist for alleged breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and defamation. Basically, Shaft claimed in his $10 million lawsuit that Cardi cut him out of her career unjustly, by getting new management.
On Tuesday, the surrogate for Bravo’s Flipping Out star Jeff Lewis and his partner, Gage Edward, sued the network for broadcasting the delivery without her consent.
I’m pretty immune to being tricked into feeling any emotion at all by headlines, but this one did give me pause. What I feel is a sense of unreality, as well as a burning curiosity.
The New York Times reported that a woman filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles County Superior Court against Chris Brown on Wednesday, alleging that she was raped in the singer’s California home, by a friend of his, and held against her will.
On Thursday, Billboard reported that Cardi B’s former manager Klenord Raphael—who goes by “Shaft” and began working with Cardi in 2015—and his companies KRS Group and WorldStar Management are suing the rapper for breach of contract, unjust enrichment, declaratory judgment, and defamation. He’s seeking $10 million in…
The Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday that aspiring documentary filmmaker Jennifer Jarosik agreed to drop a lawsuit alleging music mogul Russell Simmons raped her in 2016.
The estate of Harper Lee does not like whatever Aaron Sorkin’s genius man brain is cooking up. His Broadway production was slapped with a lawsuit in March for deviating too far from Lee’s original novel To Kill A Mockingbird, which they claim violates the usage agreement. On Monday, producer Scott Rudin fired back at…
A federal lawsuit filed in the US District Court in San Francisco accuses Netflix of giving undeserved “sham” bonuses to top executives so that the company could take advantage of a prior tax loophole. The pension fund lawsuit was filed by the City of Birmingham Relief and Retirement System, one of the company’s…
The singer Christina Grimmie was 22 when she was fatally shot on June 10, 2016 at Orlando’s Plaza Live theater, where she’d just performed, by a man who then shot himself, and subsequently died, at the scene.
If you were wondering what a lot of Elvis Presley’s fortune has been up to, the answer, according to a lawsuit TMZ reported about on Thursday, is it disappeared down the maw of American Idol’s heyday. An almost egregiously poetic inheritance, but nonetheless disappointing to his daughter Lisa Marie Presley, who filed…
On Wednesday, Variety reported that 42 parking production assistants who worked on the HBO series Girls are suing the network, alleging they were not hired back to work on later seasons as an act of retaliation for demanding better pay and working conditions.
A judge has dismissed a copyright case against Taylor Swift for her popular song “Shake It Off,” saying the lyrics within were too banal to be copyrighted. Ouch.
On Tuesday, CBS News reported that the “Murder House” featured in the first season of the FX TV series American Horror Story is embroiled in a lawsuit filed by its current owners.
Another woman has come forward to accuse Russell Simmons of raping her in 2016. She is suing him for $5 million.
Ex-Google engineer James Damore, a white man who might as well be gunning for a position in the Trump administration, has filed a class action lawsuit against Google, alleging discrimination against conservative white men. Yes, in a company where women make up only 31 percent of all employees, that is fighting a…
More categories of workers have joined the class-action lawsuit against Google on Wednesday, this time from the company’s childcare facilities where one woman alleges male teachers were given higher starting salaries than female teachers. Around 147 women were employed there, and three men.