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If Cardi B hopes to collect a $4 million judgment from YouTuber LaTasha "Tasha K" Kebe, she will be forced to leave the country to find her.

Tasha K was ordered to pay Cardi B nearly $4 million in damages and legal fees for slandering the Bronx rapper on her YouTube channel.

Unable to pay the judgment, Tasha has apparently fled the U.S. for the North African country of Morocco.

She posted a photo on her Instagram page that shows her wearing a headscarf and a colorful Kaftan dress.

Tasha captioned the image:

"Life in Africa is turning out to be exactly what I needed. A fresh start! This week I will be releasing my first VLOG of my new life in Africa and showing you all our expanded family.

Make sure to go to and download #TashaKLive app to watch our exclusive, lives, interviews, documentaries and family VLOGS !"

Tasha apparently fled the country after losing her appeal to get the judgment tossed out.

Last month, Cardi B's attorneys filed a document with a Georgia court to seize Tasha's assets, which will be difficult to do now.

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Tasha listed her Atlanta area house for $5K rent on July 3, and moved her family to Florida that same month.

According to, the rental listing was removed on August 9 after Tasha re-filed an appeal in Georgia on Aug. 4, according to YouTube vlogger ATLien.

They say Morocco is a beautiful place to start a new life if you owe millions of dollars in debt in America. Morocco is out of the reach of most debt collectors who are limited by the laws of the United States.

Check out Tasha's Instagram post below.

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Nicki Minaj has avoided a $20 million default judgment in a lawsuit filed by a woman who accused Nicki's husband of rape.

Jennifer Hough asked the court to find Nicki and her husband Kenneth Petty in default after failing to respond to her lawsuit.

In the lawsuit, Hough claimed she endured a "relentless campaign of bribery, intimidation, harassment, and stalking" by the couple following her claim that Petty raped her at knifepoint when she was a teenager in 1994.

Kenneth served time in prison for Hough's rape and is required to register as a sex offender.

Hough is suing Nicki and Kenneth for intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment, and witness intimidation.

Her attorney asked the judge to find Nicki in default after she missed the deadline to respond to the lawsuit.

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A default judgment means Nicki would owe Hough $20 million.

However, the federal clerk for the Eastern District of New York denied Hough's request, writing on the court docket that "it appears" Minaj stated in papers last week that she had hired a attorney to defend her.

The "Super Bass" star had sworn in a statement on October 15 that she thought she had hired an attorney in September, but the payment of his retainer was delayed after a series of "innocent miscommunications".

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Nicki wrote:

"My failure to respond to the complaint was the product of an innocent mistake, and I ask the court to excuse the delay so that I can defend what I believe to be an entirely frivolous case."

Nicki's attorney Judd Burstein added:

"I confirm the truth of those portions of defendant's declaration concerning my role in her failure to secure my services promptly."

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The clerk wrote that Kenneth had "not filed an answer or otherwise moved with respect to the complaint".

Meanwhile, Hough's attorney Tyrone Blackburn told Rolling Stone that he is still planning to pursue a $20 million default motion against Petty who has failed to answer the lawsuit and has not retained an attorney.

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Cheating men in North Carolina should be worried after a judge handed down another expensive "alienation of affections" law ruling.

Jilted men have legal recourse after their wives run off with another man. They can sue the men for depriving them of their wives' affections.

Kevin Howard sued his ex-wife's lover for ruining his marriage by cheating with her.

A judge agreed with Howard's claim that his ex-wife's lover "purposefully interfered with a marriage" and the man was ordered to pay Howard $750,000, according to WITN.

The controversial "alienation of affections" law is only recognized in a handful of states in the U.S. North Carolina is one of those states that punishes gigolos for creeping with someone else's spouse.

The unnamed man was found guilty of stealing Howard's ex-wife, who was the man's co-worker.

"He was a colleague of hers from work," Howard told reporters from CNN after the verdict.

Howard said his ex-wife and her lover defiled his marital bed.

"He ate dinner with us several times, we spent time together ... I thought this was a friend."

Howard's lawyer says she currently has five alienation of affections cases in court. One man was ordered to pay $8.8 million for stealing another man's wife.

Da Brat

Da Brat still owes $1 million to the ex-cheerleader she hit in the face with a rum bottle during a drunken tirade at an Atlanta nightclub in 2007.

Former NFL cheerleader Shayla Stevens sued the 43-year-old rapper, whose real name is Shawntae Harris, two years after the incident -- while the reality TV star was serving time in a Georgia prison.

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Sister Circle

Troubled blogger Funky Dineva is among the women chosen by TV One to host a TV talk show called Sister Circle, which is modeled after popular female ensemble talk shows such as The View and The Real.

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Nick Gordon

Everyone knows male socialite Nick Gordon is broke, but apparently that isn't stopping Bobbi Kristina Brown's estate from attempting to collect on a $36 million wrongful death judgment.

If you recall, Brown's father, New Edition singer Bobby Brown, 47, sued Gordon for wrongful death last year. Brown passed away on July 26, 2015 at age 22 after lingering in a coma at a Duluth, GA hospice.

Last year, a judge hit Gordon with a $36 million judgment because he failed to show up for any of the court proceedings related to the lawsuit.

Technically, he wasn't found criminally responsible for Brown's death, only legally responsible. -- The judge found Gordon liable for the death and ordered him to pay $36,000,000 to the estate of Bobbi Kristina, including $1.3 mill for assault and battery/medical damages an additional $4.2 million (because when he assaulted her he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol) and $13 million for pain and suffering + $15 million for loss of life and loss of future potential income.

Soon after the judgment, Gordon told friends that he wasn't working anywhere and he had no cash-flow.

But the lawyer for Brown's estate is still attempting to collect on the $36 million judgment after Gordon missed a deadline to file for an appeal on the judgment.

The lawyer served Gordon with interrogatories -- a list of questions to determine his financial situation, including bank statements, account balances, income tax documents, payments received for various media interviews, etc.

Gordon likely won't respond to the request, which means a judge can authorize the lawyer to seize any property that is listed in Gordon's name, current or future income, cars, homes, bank accounts, lottery winnings, etc., until the debt is paid in full.

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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child abuse

Two appeals court judges in Argentina overruled a lower court's prison sentence for a child abuser because, the judges ruled that the six-year-old victim is gay, and therefore he is accustomed to homosexual behavior because his own father molested him.

The judge's ruling implied that the boy, who is is now 11, is transgender.

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