Enraged social-media users accused Taylor Swift of ripping off Beyoncé’s hit “Formation.”
With the SAG-AFTRA election coming to a close, SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris has denied an assertion of election fraud by her opponents. The controversy has arisen in the wake of a recent campaign claim by Carteris and her allies that presidential candidate Esai Morales had been negligent in his role as first VP of the… […]
The rapper and his lawyer considered paying people thousands of dollars to say the victims at the scene were armed, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said, making Knight seem like he was acting in self-defense. read more
Tiger Woods has denied any alcohol involvement in his recent arrest, blaming his alleged DUI on an “unexpected reaction” to prescription medication instead. But, does the police report back him up? Plus, Dr. Drew, who has not treated the golf icon, tells Access Hollywood about the dangers involved.
In a lawsuit delving into Hollywood nudity, the gloves are off.
L.A. Reid, the head of Sony Music Entertainment’s Epic Records, reportedly left the company after accusations of harassment.
In a letter to Sony, the female assistant’s lawyer alleged harassment including inappropriate remarks about her appearance and clothing and propositions that caused her embarrassment and distress. read more
A pair of comic-book artists may have found a secret weakness in superhero-factory Marvel’s legal armor. A Manhattan federal judge OK’d part of Ben and Ray Lai’s copyright lawsuit accusing Disney and Marvel of ripping off their company, Horizon Comics, when it revived “Iron Man” for the big screen. Manhattan federal Judge Paul Oetken tossed…
The TBS “Full Frontal” also thinks cable news channels should hire more black women.
Streep’s rep said, “There’s no truth to this rumor whatsoever. That it is against her personal ethics to be paid to wear a gown on the red carpet…”