Rumors are running rampant that singer Chris Brown is a free man tonight. Brown, 23, partied like a single man at the Roxbury Club in West Hollywood on Thursday. And sources tell Sandrarose.com that Brown's long-suffering girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, is "out of the picture."

Tran seemed to confirm the rumors when she tweeted "THE END" earlier today. And just moments ago, Brown tweeted "Lord help me as I take these last steps to freedom. Becoming a better man is something I work on everyday."

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Androgynous singer Miguel put his pedicured foot down when he noticed a group of suspect men crowding the front of the stage at a recent concert. According to BET.com, "the R&B star recently hit the stage at Joe’s Pub to celebrate the three-stage-roll-out of his sophomore album, Kaleidoscope Dream."

During a break in his set Miguel glanced at the front row and said, “May I have a water on the stage, please, and more women in the front... “There's too many men up here. With all due respect, fellas, I’m not playing.”

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Fantasia Barrino's estranged baby father, Antwaun Cook, has apparently gone back to his wife again. Gossip website RadarOnline.com reports that Cook signed an affidavit admitting he slept with the singer while he was still married to his wife.

By admitted he committed adultery, Antwaun paves the way for his wife, Paula Cook, to sue Barrino for "alienation of affection" under North Carolina law.

Barrino and Cook have a toddler son together. They reportedly split up last year amidst allegations of Cook cheating, according to gossip mongers.

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It seems rapper Lil Wayne believes the stories about former music exec Memphitz's alleged violent tendencies. Memphitz, real name Mickey Wright, filed a defamation lawsuit today in Atlanta against his former artist (and former lover) K. Michelle and Viacom (VH1's parent company).

K. Michelle, who is a cast member of VH1's popular reality show Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, accused Memphitz of stealing her recording budget and assaulting her. But Memphitz vigorously denies those accusations.

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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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Superior court Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane is expected to return with a verdict in the bitter Raymond vs Raymond child custody case sometime today.

My confidential source has uncovered a blockbuster revelation that may tip the scales of justice in singer Usher Raymond's favor. Apparently, Usher has an ace in the hole that his ex-wife Tameka Foster-Raymond doesn't know about. Read more after the break!

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Day 2 of the second phase of Usher Raymond and Tameka Foster-Raymond's bitter child custody hearing continues today. Foster-Raymond took the stand yesterday to give stirring testimony about Usher's controlling behavior. Foster-Raymond also said she fears Usher's deranged stalker will harm their children, according to my confidential source.

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I guess the domestic violence groups got to VH1. According to Joi Marie, of Joimarie.com:

"Due to the unfortunate events over the weekend and the seriousness of the allegations, VH1 is pulling the series 'Ev and Ocho' from its schedule and has no current plans of airing it," the network said in a statement to ABC News Radio.

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