A federal judge has signed off on a $41 million settlement for the five men who were wrongly convicted of raping and beating a Central Park jogger 24 years ago. The settlement ends a long battle with the city of NY.
Media mogul Jennifer Lopez shows off her toned abs while strolling in NYC with a friend today. The thrice divorced mother of twins looks great for 45.
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WE TV just released the trailer for Season 3 of “Tamar & Vince,” which will premiere this fall. Judging by the roasting Tamar has gotten on social media from her former friends and family alike, you can expect a lot of drama to unfold during the third season.
When Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones announced he would sign gay football player Michael Sam to the Cowboys practice squad, many observers believed it was a football decision. Now we know it wasn’t.
Actor Thomas Mikal Ford, aka Tommy Ford, responded to reports that his baby mama, Vanessa Simmons, filed a restraining order against him. In a statement sent to media outlets and blogs (including Sandrarose.com), Ford thanked the “thousands of family members, friends and fans” who sent him messages of support after Sandrarose.com broke the story earlier this week.
Friend of the blog, rapper Young Jeezy was wrongly arrested and charged with illegal possession of an AK-47 assault rifle. The 36-year-old rapper and 5 members of his entourage were thrown in jail after no one claimed ownership of the weapon.
Police seized the weapon in a search of Jeezy’s custom tour bus on Aug. 24 in Irvine, CA.. as part of an investigation into the shooting death of a nightclub promoter in Mountain View, CA.
After posting $1 million cash bond for himself and his entourage, Jeezy is free to move about the country and promote his album, Seen It All. Now a source has come forward to explain just who that weapon was registered to.
One of boxer Floyd Mayweather’s concubines is suing him for assault and battery. Floyd’s ex-fiancee Shantel Jackson has retained the services of famed attorney Gloria Allred, who held a press conference today to announce the lawsuit.
The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed defensive tackle Devon Still to their practice squad after cutting him from the team last weekend.
But re-signing Still wasn’t a football decision. Still needed help to pay for his 4-year-old daughter Leah’s cancer treatment. Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer in June. “I just broke down in tears and I couldn’t stop crying,” said Still in an interview with ABC News. “It was like my whole world turned upside down.”