A casually dressed Mariah Carey was spotted at trendy jewelry store XIV Karats, Ltd. in Beverly Hills on Friday. The singer was joined by her security who carried a large briefcase containing her jewelry collection. Rumormongers whispered that the superstar was possibly pawning or trading in some of her fine jewelry because she’s going broke. Mariah had better hook up with another billionaire quickly.

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A British paparazzi agency filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against L.A. socialite Khloe Kardashian for posting her own photo on Instagram.com.

The agency, Xposure Photos Ltd., filed the lawsuit against Kardashian for posting an image one of their photographers snapped of her.

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Jimmy Johns robbery

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Dept. arrested a suspect seen brazenly robbing a Jimmy Johns restaurant in a video that has since gone viral.

The suspect, a black male, is seen in surveillance footage placing an order at a Jimmy Johns location at 3900 Broadway Blvd on Wednesday, April 26.

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Their parents may not be fond of him, but President Donald Trump was a big hit with the children of the White House press corps. Thursday was “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” across America.

President Trump was very popular with the adorable children of the biased news reporters who pester White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer with loaded questions at his daily press briefings.

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Singer Bobby Brown, right, warmly thanked Viacom CEO Bob Bakish, left, and BET CEO Debra Lee for greenlighting his television miniseries. BET and Viacom execs are still reeling from the success of the highly rated New Edition miniseries. Brown, 48, attended the 2017 BET Upfront event at PlayStation Theater on Thursday, April 27 in New York City.

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Rap icon Li’l Kim joined Sean “Puffy” Combs and the Bad Boy Records’ All Stars at the New York premiere of the Bad Boy Reunion documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Thursday, April 27. Also performing at The ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story’ premiere were Ma$e, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans and French Montana.

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