Rapper Ludacris is the latest celebrity to be sued for copyright infringement after posting an image on Instagram.com without permission, according to WENN.com.

The rap mogul, whose real name is Christopher Bridges, is at the center of a new legal spat after posting a cartoon image of sweaty breasts on Instagram without the rights owner's permission.

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Donald and Melania Trump

The First Lady of the United States won her lawsuit against a frail 71-year-old Maryland blogger who wrote that she once worked as a paid escort to lonely wealthy men.

Webster Griffin Tarpley was among numerous bloggers who reported that Mrs. Trump was a prostitute before she met and married billionaire Donald Trump.

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Bow Wow

Shad Moss, aka Bow Wow, claims Black Entertainment Television network is running out of money.

In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Moss wrote "The network running out of money man…. won't be no more hip hop awards either. Mark my words."

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Ciara Future

Rumors continue to swirl as friends and family descend upon Europe to attend the wedding of singer Ciara Harris and NFL star Russell Wilson today.

Ciara filed a $15 million defamation and slander lawsuit against her former fiancé, rapper Future, in January for comments he made on social media.

After Sandrarose.com posted her attorney's Response, gossip tabloid TMZ.com published a click bait article claiming Harris was concerned that Future might harm Wilson.

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Ciara Harris vs Future Hendrix

Singer Ciara Harris's lawyer, Tanya Mitchell Graham, filed a response to Future's motion to dismiss Harris's $15 million defamation and slander case against him for making false and harmful social media "tweets" about her.

In January, Harris filed a $15 million defamation, slender & libel lawsuit against Future, whose real name is Nayvadius Demun Wilburn, citing his social media postings that harmed her public image and her career.

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Hulk Hogan

When former wrestler Hulk Hogan was awarded $115 million by a starry-eyed jury last week, many observers assumed he would get the $115 million outright. But according to legal experts, Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, may only see a fraction of the $115 million -- if that.

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Sequence

Singer Angie Stone and the 1970s rap group Sequence are involved in an ongoing legal dispute with singer/songwriter Bruno Mars and DJ Mark Ronson over their sampled songs "Funk You Up" and the Grammy Award-winning "Uptown Funk".

Sequence was one of the first bold name female rap groups on the hip hop scene in the 1970s.

Their songs have been sampled dozens of times by multiple artists including Mars, Ronson, Dr. Dre, Erykah Badu, Trina, En Vogue, and Old dirty Bastard.

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