Karen KK King

The newest member of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta was busted last night during a dramatic takedown at Club Level V in Atlanta.

According to the AJC.com, Karen “KK” King’s charges include Financial Identity Fraud, Theft By Taking, and Forgery in the First Degree.

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Rihanna Fenty

Rihanna was spotted out & about in NYC on Monday. Fans are still buzzing about her Epic performance at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday. The stunning 28-year-old singer wore a black dress from her Fenty x Puma Collection as she headed back to work on the set of a Photo shoot. Fans had just about given up on Rihanna, but she stepped her game up and took vocal lessons. Now she no longer sounds like a strangled cat when she sings. Welcome back, Rihanna!

Photo: 247PAPS.TV / Splash News

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Mercedes Successful

Haines City, Florida police still do not have any leads in the shooting death of Jamaican-born female impersonator Shavon Marlon Shawn, 32.

Shawn, a popular drag queen in Haines City who performed under the stage name Mercedes Successful, was found shot to death at 7 p.m. on May 15 in a parking lot behind a Tractor Supply Co. and a Big Lots off U.S. Highway 27.

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Scrap Deleon KK King

Last night’s episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta was taped before cast member Scrapp Deleon, real name Will Robinson, was shipped off to prison to serve a 5 year sentence for drug trafficking.

Ironically, Deleon’s mother, Karen “KK” King added a new mugshot to her collection last night. King was dragged out of a local nightclub in cuffs by Atlanta PD, according to published reports.

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tyler perry

Last month acclaimed director Tyler Perry sold his massive, 35,000 square-foot Buckhead mansion for $17.5 million — a record for Atlanta real estate sales.

Now we know why he sold his dream house which was touted by his listing agent as “perhaps the most compelling private residence to ever be offered to market in the history of Atlanta.”

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edward nero

A Baltimore judge acquitted former Baltimore cop Edward Nero on all charges in the April 19, 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

The judge ruled that there were no “credible facts” to support Nero’s involvement in Gray’s death. The judge’s decision came as a relief to Nero’s supporters who believe he was a political pawn in the racially charged case.

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