Tyler Perry, Juelz Santana

Tyler Perry is disputing rapper Juelz Santana's claim that he was scheduled to film a reunion TV show with Tyler in Atlanta.

In December, Juelz pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve 27 months in prison. He was scheduled to turn himself in on January 30, but his new surrender date is February 28.

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Alice Marie Johnson

Alice Marie Johnson rushed into the arms of her family after she was freed from a federal prison in Alabama on Wednesday. President Donald Trump commuted her life sentence to time served after a plea from reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

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Darryl Rowe

A British hairdresser was sentenced to life in prison for deliberately infecting 5 men with the virus that cause AIDS. Daryll Rowe was sentenced Wednesday in Brighton, England for attempting to infect as many as 10 men with the HIV virus.

Rowe reportedly taunted the men with text messages that said, "I have HIV. Oops".

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Oceans 8

Incarcerated rapper Meek Mill will not be released from prison on Monday. The rapper's attorney disputed Internet rumors that claimed Meek, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, will be released following a hearing on Monday.

Rumors swirled on Twitter.com that Williams would be released from prison in time to attend the Philadelphia 76ers 1st playoff game.

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Jon Venables

An unrepentant child killer wants a British court to pay for plastic surgery after his identity was exposed by a British actress. Jon Venables (pictured) was only 10 years old when he and another 10-year-old, Robert Thompson, kidnapped 2-year-old James Bulger from a shopping center and murdered him in 1993.

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Tiny Pee Wee

The Georgia Supreme Court will hear the appeal of a man who shot up rapper Lil Wayne's tour bus in April 2015. Jimmy Winfrey, aka Pee Wee Roscoe, was indicted on 27 charges, including gang violence and weapons possession. Prosecutors offered him 2 plea deals, both of which he denied, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Malachi Love-Robinson

A Florida teen who impersonated a doctor will spend the next three-and-a-half years behind bars. A Palm Beach County judge handed down the light sentence to Malachi Love-Robinson, 20, who pleaded guilty to grand theft, practicing medicine without a license, running a medical clinic without a license, and a plethora of other charges.

The well-spoken teen plead guilty to avoid a trial. He was facing up to 90 years in prison if convicted on the 14 charges, according to the Sun Sentinel.

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Genece Brinkley Meek Mill

Celebrities reacted angrily to the prison sentence handed down to hapless rapper Meek Mill by a Philadelphia judge on Monday. Judge Genece Brinkley sentenced the 30-year-old Philly native to 2-4 years in prison for violating the terms of his probation stemming from a drug and weapons conviction in 2009.

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