Keyshia Cole's stalker is expected to plead guilty of stalking and other charges in a hearing on Thursday, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

Webster is charged with aggravated stalking and other offenses for a recent incident involving Cole, according to a news release by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. He faces up to 13 years in prison if he pleads guilty as expected.

In 2009, Cole considered putting her custom built 5 bedroom, 5 bath house on the market in 2009 after Webster followed her home one night. He was eventually caught with a large cache of weapons and convicted on a lesser charge.

“I own a gun – a Glock… and I called the police and told them I’d kill him and that I prefer not to,” said Keyshia in a cover story for the June 2009 issue of KING magazine.

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A 21-year-old man who took his baby mama and their infant along on an armed robbery spree in Buckhead has been arrested, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Brandon Nicholas Lawson, 21, was taken into custody by the Bibb County police and is expected to be extradited to Atlanta where he will face armed robbery charges, Officer John Chafee with Atlanta police said in an emailed statement to the AJC.

Lawson was arrested on unrelated charges of stealing an automobile and giving a false name, the AJC reports. Bibb County is about 75 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who took his baby mama and their infant along on an armed robbery spree in Buckhead, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

A surveillance camera captured a man and a woman sitting with a baby stroller and smoking cigarettes at a table in front of Publix, across from Phipps Plaza, over the weekend.

The video shows the woman occasionally reaching over to rock the stroller to soothe the baby. The couple is believed to have committed an armed robbery shortly afterwards.

According to a police report obtained by the AJC, an elderly man was walking home from Publix when he saw a woman with a stroller and a crying baby. He was approached from behind by a man who put a gun to the back of his head and demanded his wallet and the PIN number to his ATM card.

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This post was edited to correct the fact that Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane did not respond to Tameka's Motion for Recusal. It was attorney John Mayoue who filed a response. Judge Lane legally cannot respond to the motion for recusal.

Usher's attorney John Mayoue came out swinging in a legal response to Tameka Foster-Raymond's motion to recuse Judge Lane from presiding over the bitterly contested case of Raymond vs Raymond.

In her Motion for recusal, Foster-Raymond accused the judge of showing bias toward Usher's attorney John Mayoue who contributed to her 2008 campaign for re-election.

In a lengthy response obtained by HipHopEnquirer.com, Mayoue called Tameka's petition "an assault on the integrity of the court." Mayoue called Foster-Raymond's Motion for recusal "baseless, unwarranted and untimely."

He argued that "Lawyers and law firms routinely contribute to the election and re-election campaigns of both trial and appellate judges."

Mayoue pointed out that Tameka's own co-counsel was hired by a law firm that also contributed to the judge's re-election coffers.

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Celebrity stylist Tameka Foster-Raymond's legal team filed a motion for a new trial today in Fulton County court, according to my confidential source who obtained the court documents.

The court documents contain pretty damaging evidence that may (or may not) prove corruption at the state judicial level. Foster's legal team has uncovered evidence that shows Usher Raymond's attorney John Mayoue did more than just help Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane Lane raise funds for her campaign re-election.

Last week, Foster-Raymond lost primary custody of her two sons, ages 4 and 3, to her ex-husband, Usher Raymond. Foster-Raymond is seeking a new trial on the grounds that Usher's legal team may have had an unfair advantage over hers.

The motion filed by Foster-Raymond today officially stays the judge's order. Which means Tameka retains primary custody of the children until the motion is allowed or dismissed.

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Mayor Kasim Reed's special events director has resigned less than a week after her arrest on DUI and reckless driving charges, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

Stacii Jae Johnson, 41, was arrested late Thursday by an Atlanta police officer who saw her driving her white Porsche at 82 mph in a 55 mph zone on I-85 near the I-75 split.

Johnson was reportedly uncooperative and refused a field sobriety test, according to a police report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

She was responsible for a small staff of about six people in the mayor's office of special events. The office processed permits for outdoor music festivals and locations for movie shoots, according to The AJC.

There's no word on whether the mayor is taking applications for a new special events director.


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    The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that firefighters battled a fire that broke out at the famed Tyler Perry Studios on Continental Colony Parkway in southeast Atlanta early Monday morning.

    Monday's fire was the second suspicious fire at the studios in recent months. The fire apparently started in a 3-story building about 100x200 feet, or the size of a 3-story portable toilet. In May, another building on the 30-acre property was damaged by a fire that started suspiciously.

    There has been no official comment by Perry, 42, who opened the movie studio in 2008 and recently hosted a star-studded re-election event for President Oabama.


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  • Dennis Byron of Hiphopenquirer.com has the full details of Judge Bensonetta Tipton-Lane's explosive final decision in the hotly contested Raymond vs Raymond child custody case.

    The 33-year-old singer and his ex-wife Tameka Foster-Raymond were locked in a bitter public battle for their 2 boys. Each side accused the other of being negligent parents. Usher accused Foster-Raymond of being unfit and mentally unstable. While Foster-Raymond accused Usher Raymond of abusing drugs around their children.

    In the end the judge decided Usher Raymond was the better unfit parent -- but parents would continue to share joint custody.

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