Embattled local attorney Phaedra Parks, far left, appeared at a deposition for Angela Stanton, right, author of the tell-all book, Lies of a Real Housewife, in Gwinnett County earlier this week. Parks is suing Stanton for defamation after Stanton alleged that Parks was the mastermind behind an auto theft ring that operated in Atlanta.
As I told you previously, Parks refused Stanton’s attorney’s request to appear at her own deposition to provide evidence that Stanton defamed her.
James Radford, Jr., the attorney for author Angela Stanton, has asked a Gwinnett County judge to rule in favor of his client in the matter of Phaedra C. Parks vs. Angela Stanton. Radford cites the fact that Parks, an attorney herself, has refused to sit for a deposition to show evidence that Stanton defamed the Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member in her book, Lies of a Real Housewife.
Radford is also asking the court to order Parks to pay Stanton’s attorney’s fees.
Read the full Motion for summary judgment below.
A 20-year-old self-described “gold digger” is suing Houston Texans running back Arian Foster for allegedly forcing her to have an abortion. Brittany Norwood claims Foster, who is happily married, and his brother tried to force her to have an abortion.
Norwood is pulling out all the stops to get her side of the story out to the media. In an interview with Houston’s KHOU, a sobbing Norwood said, “I truly fell in love with this person.”
Leaked emails published by gossip website TMZ suggests BET Network execs (in particular the males) were uncomfortable with social media personality B. Scott’s feminine appearance. BET hired Scott as a fashion reporter during the 2013 BET Awards last summer. But the discord and disagreements began way before the event, according to B. Scott.
In a post published on his blog on Thursday, Scott said he was “disheartened” by BET’s attempts to tone down his flamboyant personality.
If you own a blog or website, chances are you have received an email or letter from a law firm or photo agency demanding payment for a copyrighted photo you posted years ago and long since forgotten about.
These emails/letters are being sent en masse by a new breed of online predator known as the “Copyright Troll.” Copyright Trolls extort money from bloggers and website owners by threatening legal action if you do not “settle” their copyright violation claims.
Thanks to a loophole in the copyright law, shady law firms and photo agencies are going after bloggers with demands for payments of $3,000 to $4,000 per image to make their problems go away.
The law firms and photo agencies usually go after small website owners and bloggers who will quickly pay their extortion demands without fighting back.
A Los Angeles judge on Monday revoked troubled singer Chris Brown’s probation in the 2009 Rihanna assault case. The judge cited the assault charge that was filed against Brown in Washington D.C. on Oct. 27. But the judge didn’t immediately remand Brown into custody as Brown is reportedly “doing well” in a court-ordered anger management program in Malibu, CA.
A Georgia man who cheated on his fiancée must pay her $50,000 for breach of promise, Courthousenews.com reports..
Melissa Cooper and Christopher Ned Kelley had a child together in 2000. In 2004, Kelley proposed and gave Cooper a ring valued at approximately $10,000.
Cooper then discovered that Kelley cheated on her with a woman he was seeing before he proposed to her. Cooper took Kelley back when he promised he would be faithful to her.
But Cooper was forced to face reality when she learned Kelley was seeing another woman in 2011.