mark zuckerberg

It cost American taxpayers $1.4 billion to protect President Barack Obama and his family in 2015. It will cost nearly that to protect Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the next decade.

Fortune.com reports Facebook paid $4.3 million to a security force to protect Zuckerberg in 2015. The social networking giant has already shelled out millions more in 2016.

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tisha campbell and duane martin

A bankruptcy trustee is accusing actors Tisha Campbell-Martin, 47, and Duane Martin, 50, of hiding their assets.

The Martins filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in January, claiming substantial debts of over $15 million and assets of only $313,000.

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Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna, 27, is anxious to capitalize off her unpaid side gig as Rob Kardshian‘s personal fitness instructor and motivator.

Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renee White, is demanding $1 million in salary and perks to portray herself on the flop reality TV show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

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Ami Forte

Ami Forte, a top Morgan Stanley financial adviser, is accused of milking $40 million from the investment accounts of a wealthy client she regularly bedded.

An industry regulatory panel determined that Forte, 58, bedded Roy Speer, the co-founder of the Home Shopping Network, while milking his investment accounts without his knowledge.

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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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Girl Scouts

California’s Girl Scouts Troop 5215 is still waiting for their cut of a $65,000 check for cookies they sold at the Oscar Awards last month.

Academy Awards host Chris Rock invited the Girls Scouts troop to the Oscars ceremony to sell cookies to the well-heeled stars in the audience.

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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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50 Cent

Bankrupt multimillionaire 50 Cent published a new photo flaunting large stacks of cash on his Instagram page, despite a bankruptcy judge ordering him back to court.

The 40-year-old rapper published a new Instagram photo of himself posing in front of a wall of cash, estimated to be around $1 million.

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