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Pres. Joe Biden declared war against unvaccinated Americans in a speech from the White House on Thursday.

Biden announced his "6-pronged" strategy to combat the coronavirus that has a 99.8% survival rate.
 
READ ALSO: Biden's Vaccine Mandate Excludes Illegal Immigrants
 
Federal workers will be forced to get the vaccine or lose their jobs. There is no option to take a test if they decline to get the shot.

Additionally, OSHA will fine private businesses with more than 100 employees up to $14,000 if they don't order their employees to take the shot or take a weekly Covid-19 test.

The federal vaccine mandate also ignores the millions of Americans who recovered from the virus and now have natural immunity.

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600,000 US Postal Service employees are reportedly exempt from taking the vaccines.

APWU, the powerful union that represents postal workers, announced the exemption in July.

According to the Washington Post, the USPS "is traditionally independent of federal personnel actions like this," though postal workers are "strongly encouraged to comply with the mandate."

The APWU released a statement in July:

"While the APWU leadership continues to encourage postal workers to voluntarily get vaccinated, it is not the role of the federal government to mandate vaccinations for the employees we represent."

Governors in 25 states reacted to Biden's speech by threatening to file lawsuits. The list of 25 states include Texas, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and West Virginia.

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Gov. Brian Kemp said Biden's unconstitutional mandates would be a logistical nightmare" for businesses in Georgia. He said Biden was dividing Americans.

Kemp tweeted:

"I will pursue every legal option available to the state of Georgia to stop this blatantly unlawful overreach by the Biden administration."

And South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem tweeted:

"South Dakota will stand up to defend freedom. @JoeBiden see you in court."

Biden responded to the GOP threats of lawsuits by saying simply "Have at it."

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A lawsuit alleges Cesar Millan's pit bull severely injured an aspiring gymnast and mauled one of Queen Latifah's dogs to death.

Lidia Matiss, who filed the lawsuit, alleges Cesar's dog not only has a history of extreme violence, but it allegedly attacked and killed Queen Latifah's pup, and he then tried to cover it up.

According to TMZ, Lidia claims she went to an office building owned by Millan in Van Nuys, CA in 2017. Lidia says she was visiting her mom, who worked for Cesar.

She says she encountered Cesar's pit bull, Junior, who was roaming the halls unsupervised and off his leash.

Lidia claims the dog attacked her, repeatedly biting her and seriously injuring her left calf. She went to the ER for treatment of severe dog bites.
 
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The lawsuit says Lidia was a "star gymnast" who was being actively recruited by the University of Pennsylvania. However, everything changed after she was attacked and she could no longer compete due to the extreme pain.

Lidia's suit claims Cesar knew Junior had a history of violence yet regularly allowed the dog to roam free. She says the dog had bitten several people and mauled several dogs, including one dog owned by Queen Latifah.

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According to the lawsuit, Queen Latifah brought 2 of her dogs to Cesar's Dog Psychology Center in Santa Clarita, CA. She says Junior mauled one of her dogs to death, and Lidia claims Cesar covered it up by telling his staff to tell Queen Latifah the dog was hit and killed by a car.

The 52-year-old celebrity dog trainer filed an answer to the lawsuit, claiming Lidia assumed the risk of being bitten because she knew of the danger. He also claims Lidia herself was negligent, although he doesn't say how.

Lidia says the bite left her impaired, wounded, disfigured and she continues to suffer physical and emotional pain. She's suing for unspecified damages.

The lawsuit is ongoing.

Cesar, who is best known as the "Dog Whisperer", stars in a new National Geographic series, "Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog."

The Beverly Hills Police Department is being sued over allegations it targeted Black people on prestigious Rodeo Drive.

The court documents, obtained by TMZ, cites arrests of Black people, in some cases, for minor infractions.

Renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump filed the lawsuit, claiming the City of Beverly Hills created a police task force to harass Black people for minor violations.

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The result was 106 arrests - of which 105 detainees were Black. The one non-Black detainee was Latino. Crump says the Latino could have easily been mistaken as Black.

2 plaintiffs in the lawsuit -- Jasmine Williams and Khalil White -- say they were riding scooters on the sidewalk a year ago, when they were stopped by Beverly Hills cops.

They were handcuffed and taken into custody. According to the suit, prosecutors later dropped the case.

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The lawsuit claims examples of other "crimes" for which Black people were arrested included roller skating, jaywalking and minor traffic infractions in Beverly Hills.

The lawsuit names BHPD Captain Scott Dowling as a defendant. Dowling allegedly directed officers "to seize, interrogate, use force, falsely arrest, and maliciously prosecute any African-Americans who traveled on Rodeo Drive" with the sole purpose of "keep[ing] out African-Americans, who were deemed as 'criminals.".

The lawsuit references another incident last October involving Salahe Bembury -- VP of Sneakers and Men's Footwear at Versace -- who claimed he was detained by police for jaywalking.

In unrelated news, the model up top is Morning Glory Tai Eisley, a 53-year-old interior decorator and West Coast socialite.

Tai decorated her daughter's college apartment on a budget of less than $2,000.

Tai shared how she decorated the entire apartment on a budget of $2,000 below.
 


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The man featured as a naked baby on the cover of Nirvana's classic album titled Nevermind is suing the band for child sexual exploitation.

The members of Nirvana - Dave Grohl, Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic -- posed with drag queen RuPaul at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards. Cobain committed suicide by gunshot in 1994 at age 27.

Spencer Elden claims he was exploited as a 4-month-old "sex worker" when he was photographed swimming underwater, chasing a twenty dollar bill.

In a lawsuit filed at the District Court in the Central District of California, Spencer claimed he has suffered "lifelong damages" as a result of the image being used on the cover.

He said his guardians never signed a release "authorizing the use of any images of Spencer or of his likeness, and certainly not of commercial child pornography depicting him".

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Spencer's attorney, Robert Y. Lewis, claims the album cover is pornographic because the baby is chasing money — "like a sex worker."

Spencer is seeking $150,000 in damages from each individual and entity named in the lawsuit. A total of 17 defendants are named in the lawsuit ($2.5 million).

In addition to attorney fees, an injunction to prohibit all parties from "continuing to engage in the unlawful acts and practices described herein," and a trial by jury.

He named the members of Nirvana, the estate of the late Kurt Cobain, Cobain's ex-wife Courtney Love, photographer Kirk Weddle, and various record labels as defendants.

Spencer alleged that they "knowingly produced, possessed, and advertised commercial child pornography depicting Spencer, and they knowingly received value in exchange for doing so."

He added "the Defendants failed to take reasonable steps to protect Spencer and prevent his widespread sexual exploitation and image trafficking."

"Defendants used child pornography depicting Spencer as an essential element of a record promotion scheme commonly utilized in the music industry to get attention, wherein album covers posed children in a sexually provocative manner to gain notoriety, drive sales, and garner media attention, and critical reviews."

There is one hurdle standing in Spencer's way to convince a judge that he is a victim.

In 2013, then-22-year-old Spencer recreated the Nirvana Nevermind album cover for a magazine photo shoot. He is seen chasing a dollar in a swimming pool.

At the time, Spencer said he was proud of his notoriety as the baby on the cover of Nevermind. He said the money he received for the album cover helped pay his college expenses.

He also had the album name "Nevermind" tattooed on his chest.

The lawsuit comes after Elden gave an interview to GQ Australia back in 2016, when he admitted he was "p**sed off" about the artwork.

"Recently I've been thinking, 'What if it wasn't OK with my freaking penis being shown to everybody?' I didn't really have a choice," he said.
 

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Nicki Minaj's husband, Kenneth Petty, has filed a lawsuit to clear his good name. Petty says having his name on New York's Sex Offender Registry is causing him a lot of problems.

Petty is suing the State of New York and its Criminal Justice Services division to have his name removed from the sex offender's registry, because he claims he never got his day in court.

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According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Petty says he never received a notice of a hearing back in October 2004 while he was incarcerated.

Petty never got the chance to challenge the order placing his name on the NY sex offender's registry as a category level 2 sex offender.

Petty claims the notice of the hearing was sent to an address where he didn't live -- because he was in prison at the time.

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Now he wants his day in court to prove the "Kenny Petty" signature on the bottom of the notice is a forgery.

Petty claims whoever signed it also answered that he would not be attending the hearing. According to the new lawsuit, Petty claims he never got his constitutional right to due process to challenge the risk level assigned to him.

Because of this, Petty says he's suffered humiliation and financial loss -- as well as an embarrassing arrest last year for failing to register as a sex offender in California.

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Rihanna's brand Fenty is the defendant in a lawsuit filed by a musician who claims the Savage X Fenty fashion show played the wrong version of a song.

The plaintiff, Jane Doe, who is a musician, claims the song nearly got her decapitated.

Doe claims Rihanna's Fenty brand reached out to use one of her songs during a fashion show last fall.

But the DJ played the wrong version of the song that included a sample of sacred Islamic proverbs being chanted, according to TMZ.

The artist claims she received death threats when the fashion was live-streamed to millions of people around the Muslim world.

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According to the suit, obtained by TMZ, the artist was assured the Fenty brand would play the radio version of the song without the Islamic proverbs.

Despite a public apology from Rihanna following the public backlash, the artist claims she was forced into hiding and lives in fear of her life.

She also can't work to make ends meet and she has lost significant revenue because of threats to decapitate her.

She is asking Rihanna to make her whole financially.

According to reports, Rihanna has earned $1 billion through her business ventures.

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Vanessa Bryant reportedly settled a $5 million lawsuit filed against her by her own mother last year.

Bryant's mother, Sofia Laine, filed the lawsuit to claim a percentage of her late son-in-law Kobe Bryant's multi-million estate.

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In court documents, Laine, far right, claimed she wasn't compensated for her duties as a nanny to Vanessa's and Kobe's children for nearly 20 years. Laine also claimed that Kobe promised her she would be taken care of for the rest of her life.

However, after Kobe's tragic death in January 2020, Bryant kicked her mom out of the mansion Kobe bought for her, and moved her into a sparsely furnished one-bedroom apartment.
 
READ ALSO: Vanessa Bryant's mother defends filing $5M lawsuit against Kobe Bryant's estate
 

Laine told the court, Vanessa severed all ties with her and "reneged on all obligations and agreements" to give her the lifestyle that she was entitled to.

In addition to $5 million cash, Laine demanded the title to a Mercedes-Benz G Wagon and a new house.

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Bryant was livid that her mother went to a Spanish language news station to air her grievances.

Bryant called the lawsuit "frivolous, disgraceful and unimaginably hurtful," adding, "my husband never promised my mother anything, and he would be so disappointed in her behavior and lack of empathy."

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She continued:

"I have supported her for nearly 20 years, and [she] was never my or Kobe's personal assistant, nor was she a nanny.

"In reality, she only occasionally babysat my older girls when they were toddlers. As of ten years ago, our kids were full-time students and athletes and I didn't have another child until 2016."

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Tennessee Titans star Julio Jones (right) and former NFL wide receiver Roddy White (left) are among the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a cannabis company.

The former Atlanta Falcons teammates and their co-defendants are accused of alleged fraud and money laundering allegations, according to court papers obtained by the Tennessean.

Genetixs cannabis company claims that Jones, White and others sold around $3 million per month in cannabis since March and kept all the profits for themselves.

The lawsuit alleges the defendants illegally managed and operated Genetixs' cannabis facility, and failed to report weed sales since March 2021.

Genetixs estimates about $3 million in cannabis was sold illegally by the defendants who then kept the profits for themselves.

According to the Tennessean newspaper:

"Jones and White, who were teammates with the Falcons from 2011 to 2015, are accused of colluding with John Van Beek and his son, Shaun Van Beek, to run a black-market cannabis operation through the Genetixs facility. Jones and White had invested in Genetixs through White's SLW Holdings, per the documents."

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A housekeeper who was allegedly mauled by Chris Brown's dog is suing him for unnecessary pain and suffering.

The woman, identified in court papers as Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit after failing to reach an out-of-court settlement with the troubled singer.

According to court documents, Doe was emptying Brown's trash when his dog attacked her outside his Tarzana, California home in December 2020.

She said she raised her arm to defend herself as the dog mauled her arm and face. She was lying in a pool of blood when Brown emerged from the house and told his crew to take the dog away.

Graphic photos in the court filing shows facial lacerations and a large chunk of flesh taken out of her arm.

Hades was reportedly euthanized weeks after the attack. The woman accused Brown of euthanizing the dog to destroy evidence.

She is seeking unspecified monetary damages related to the incident, citing loss of wages due to being unable to work, medical bills, emotional distress, and pain and suffering.

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Former President Donald Trump is suing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for violating his constitutional rights to freedom of speech.

Trump's lawsuit accused big tech of banning him from Twitter and Facebook after his supporters attended his rally in the nation's capitol on January 6, 2021.

After the rally ended, a small faction of Trump's supporters broke away and headed over to the Capitol building where Washington DC police let them inside.

Trump's attorneys argued that Dorsey and Zuckerberg violated his First Amendment right to free speech in "illegal, unconstitutional censorship."

"We're demanding an end to the shadow-banning, a stop to the silencing and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that you know so well," Mr. Trump said on Wednesday. "I am confident that we will achieve a historic victory for American freedom and at the same time freedom of speech."