Rapper Lil Wayne has reportedly won a major settlement in his legal battle with Cash Money Records. Wayne, 35, is pictured laughing after throwing out the first pitch before the game between the Miami Marlins and the Washington Nationals in Miami in May.
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On Friday, celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom announced three new clients accusing R&B crooner Usher Raymond of not warning them that he had Herpes before engaging in sex acts with them. One of the accusers is a man.
Valerie Castile, the mother of Philando Castile, is very upset about the manner in which journalists and bloggers are reporting the facts about her son.
Philando Castile was shot to death by a trigger-happy former St. Anthony police officer during a traffic stop last year. The city settled a wrongful death lawsuit with his mother, Valerie Castile, for $3 million.
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.
Multiple sources report that President-elect Donald Trump may pay $20-$25 million to settle fraud lawsuits in California and New York.
The lawsuits were brought by former students who claim they were defrauded by Trump University.
Sandra Bland’s family agreed to a $1.9 million “wrongful death” settlement — even though her family and friends abandoned her in a Waller County, Texas jail cell.
Gretchen Carlson‘s unlikely story about being sexually harassed by her 76-year-old former boss Roger Ailes has paid off big time.
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.
Social networking giant Facebook has announced a new change in its policy that will allow advertisers to use your name, original content, Personal data and your photos in their online advertisements without your permission and without compensation to you.
The announcement comes on the heels of a legal settlement earlier this week that saw Facebook pay out over $20 million to Facebook members whose names and images were used in ads without their permission. Under the terms of the settlement each user will receive $15 in compensation.
Prior to the new change, Facebook members were allowed to choose privacy settings that blocked the use of their name and images in advertising on the social network. Those privacy settings have now been removed.
Facebook has reworded the policy to inform users that your face and name CAN be used in advertisements going forward — without your permission.