Rapper 50 Cent settled a photo copyright claim with HipHopDX.com after the blog published an article suggesting he lied about selling his phrase “Get the strap” to MMA Belator for $1 million.
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Blac Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, lost a defamation lawsuit she filed against talk show maven Wendy Williams. Toni sued Wendy and the producers of The Wendy Williams Show for $1 million for defamation of character, slander, harassment, and stress and depression in October.
Notorious celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred (right) is no longer representing Summer Zervos in her defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump. The feminist attorney announced her decision to withdraw from the case on Friday.
Mathew Knowles, the father of Beyonce and Solange Knowles, has filed a defamation countersuit alleging a law firm spread lies about him auctioning off Beyonce’s personal belongings and memorabilia.
Instagram star Lira Galore is reportedly suing Instagram blogs for posting her sex tape. Thank goodness Sandrarose.com is a news and gossip blog that offers our readers higher quality content.
The First Lady of the United States won her lawsuit against a frail 71-year-old Maryland blogger who wrote that she once worked as a paid escort to lonely wealthy men.
Webster Griffin Tarpley was among numerous bloggers who reported that Mrs. Trump was a prostitute before she met and married billionaire Donald Trump.
The public is getting a little more insight into the dysfunctional family dynamics of musician Frank Ocean, who is openly gay.
In legal papers obtained by gossip tabloid TMZ, the rapper’s father Calvin Cooksey claims his son defamed him in a Tumblr post last year.
An Atlanta judge dealt a legal setback to singer Ciara Wilson.
On Wednesday the judge ruled that a series of tweets by rapper Future did not meet the criteria to prove singer Wilson’s career was damaged.
Melania Trump filed a $150 million dollar defamation lawsuit against London’s The Daily Mail tabloid and the American blog Tarpley after they reported that she worked for an escort agency servicing wealthy clients in her native Slovenia.
Singer Ciara Harris‘s lawyer, Tanya Mitchell Graham, filed a response to Future‘s motion to dismiss Harris’s $15 million defamation and slander case against him for making false and harmful social media “tweets” about her.
In January, Harris filed a $15 million defamation, slender & libel lawsuit against Future, whose real name is Nayvadius Demun Wilburn, citing his social media postings that harmed her public image and her career.