Harvey Weinstein will sue the New York Times over their explosive report detailing decades of alleged sexual harassment at the Miramax and Weinstein Company co-founder’s hands, according to Weinstein’s attorney, Charles Harder. But in good news, they will donate any winnings from the lawsuit to “women’s…
Back in February the family of New Orleans artist Anthony Barre, known for his performances and videos as “Messy Mya,” filed a lawsuit for $20 million against Beyoncé for using audio clips of Barre’s videos in her song “Formation.”
TV One could be temporarily blocked from airing its Bobbi Kristina Brown biopic in October as scheduled, following a lawsuit from her estate and her father Bobby Brown.
Jessica Biel and her business partners at Au Fudge, the Los Angeles-based restaurant once described by Eater as a Soho House for children and described by Jezebel as visionary, is the defendant in a lawsuit alleging that she and her partners collected hundreds and thousands of dollars in tips from private events…
A former Catholic monk has filed a lawsuit against L’Oréal, claiming that the company stole his patented formula for an anti-aging cream.
Bill Nye has filed a $37 million lawsuit against Walt Disney over unpaid royalties for his popular program Bill Nye the Science Guy.
The confusing three-year court battle between the Kardashian sisters and Kroma Makeup has reportedly come to an end, so now both parties can get their beauty rest.
Judge Judy doesn’t take shit—not from the people she gets paid almost $50 million a year to scream at in her TV courtroom, nor from the people who actually pony up said salary. According to a deposition obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, here’s what happens when it’s time for Judy to re-negotiate her deal with CBS:
On Monday, a Los Angeles jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million in compensatory and punitive damages to 63-year-old Eva Echeverria, a former medical receptionist dying of ovarian cancer after using the company’s Baby Powder product for decades. To date, it’s the largest amount the company has been required…
Taylor Swift testified on the fourth day of her civil trial versus David Mueller, the former radio host she accused of groping her while posing for a photo in 2013. In a Denver courtroom on Thursday, Swift described the contact as “a definite grab, [a] very long grab.”
On August 1, the attorney of Joanna Krupa sent a missive to People announcing that the long-running legal battle between the Polish model-cum-reality star and fellow model-cum-reality star Brandi Glanville had come to an end. Our nation’s “smelly pussy” nightmare was finally over.
Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland is reportedly looking to make a plea deal with federal prosecutors after being charged with wire fraud.
Just hours after French tabloid Voici published the first blurry photos of George and Amal’s twins on the cover of their latest issue, Monsieur Clooney himself has revealed he intends to prosecute the publication for printing what he claims were “illegally” obtained photos.
Tele Pay USA, one of the nation’s largest phone-sex purveyors, was recently hit with a class-action lawsuit alleging that it has cheated at least one employee, and possibly hundreds of others, out of compensation.
A woman claiming to be Salvador Dalí’s illegitimate daughter has successfully won a court order to exhume the long-dead painter’s body in order to provide a DNA sample. Pilar Abel, an astrologer and tarot card reader, claims that Dalí had an affair with her mother in 1955. The secondary question of whether Dalí’s…
A Jerusalem court has ruled in favor of 83-year-old plaintiff Renee Rabinowitz, who sued Israel’s El Al airline for asking her to move seats at the request of a Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) man, the New York Times reports. The court found that asking people to move due to their gender violated Israel’s anti-discrimination…
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced today that he’s filed a lawsuit in federal court against aggressive and threatening demonstrators outside an abortion clinic in Queens. Schneiderman says the demonstrators are preventing patients from entering Choices Medical Center with illegal physical contact…
The University of Virginia chapter of Phi Kappa Psi has settled its defamation suit against Rolling Stone regarding allegations that some of its members participated in a gang rape, a claim that was put forth in the now-retracted 2014 article “A Rape on Campus.”
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Josh Duggar reportedly wants to join his sisters’ breach-of-privacy lawsuit over the publication of allegations that he molested them.