A determined process server was among the throng waiting for America’s power couple Kanye West and Kim Karsdashian as they returned to the U.S. after spending a few days in Armenia.
An Atlanta judge has ordered a local blogger to pay a bishop $150,000 in damages, WSBTV reports The judge ordered flamboyant blogger William McCray III to pay Bishop Larry Shaw for damaging his reputation.
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.
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.
Atlanta-based shoe designer Antonio Brown is in the news for boldly filing a lawsuit against fashion house Louis Vuitton for allegedly stealing his registered trademark — a toe plate affixed to the front of his Level 3 designer shoes.
An Atlanta-based shoe designer is suing Louis Vuitton for trademark infringement, the AJC reports.
Antonio Brown says he wants the prestigious fashion house to pay up for stealing his trademark design — a toe plate on the front of his LVL XIII (Level Thirteen) designer shoes.
Furious dad pays back $500,000 in Insurance money for son who died in car crash — with 4 TONS of quarters
A retired Illinois foot surgeon paid back a court ordered $500,000 in insurance money the unconventional way — in quarters that weighed 4 tons.
Roger Herrin was awarded $1.6 million in personal insurance compensation when his teenage son, Michael Herrin, was killed in a Jeep crash in 2001. Michael, 15, was the only passenger killed in the crash. Three survivors who were also in the Jeep sued Roger Herrin who collected the bulk of an additional $800,000 insurance policy, since his son was the only one killed.
After a decades long court battle, Herrin was ordered to pay back $500,000 of the $800,000 to the survivors who complained that he received too large a cut of the insurance proceeds.
“I’ve had 10 years to think about this a little bit, and I’m very, very bitter at this ruling,” he said. “It’s wrong, and everybody knows it’s wrong.”