jordan brown

Jordan Brown, the troubled pastor who claimed a Whole Foods bakery sold him a cake with a gay slur written on it was sued for unpaid student loans a few weeks ago.

KXAN obtained a copy of the lawsuit from the Travis County Clerk’s Office accusing Brown of defaulting on a $27,000 student loan.

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Brandy Norwood

Brandy Norwood sued her record label for $1 million, claiming the label refused to let her out of her contract.

Courthouse News reports the 37-year-old singer/actress sued New York-based Chameleon Entertainment and its owner-CEO Breyon Prescott on Tuesday, claiming he “double-dipped” at her expense.

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Hulk Hogan

When former wrestler Hulk Hogan was awarded $115 million by a starry-eyed jury last week, many observers assumed he would get the $115 million outright. But according to legal experts, Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, may only see a fraction of the $115 million — if that.

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50 Cent

Rapper 50 Cent returned to bankruptcy court on Tuesday to explain to the judge where he gets his seemingly endless supply of cash.

The 40-year-old rap mogul, whose government name is Curtis Jackson III, was humbled before Judge Ann Nevins. He told Judge Nevins that the cash he flashes in photos on Instagram.com were just props and that he isn’t hiding his assets.

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Sequence

Singer Angie Stone and the 1970s rap group Sequence are involved in an ongoing legal dispute with singer/songwriter Bruno Mars and DJ Mark Ronson over their sampled songs “Funk You Up” and the Grammy Award-winning “Uptown Funk”.

Sequence was one of the first bold name female rap groups on the hip hop scene in the 1970s.

Their songs have been sampled dozens of times by multiple artists including Mars, Ronson, Dr. Dre, Erykah Badu, Trina, En Vogue, and Old dirty Bastard.

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