Mel B’s estranged husband is fighting the Spice Girl’s request to conduct his upcoming domestic violence trial behind closed doors.
The singer wiped away tears and rolled her eyes as her alleged groper’s attorney issued his closing argument.
“He stayed attached to my bare ass-cheek as I lurched away from him,” the pop star said in federal court. read more
Lena Dunham is “proud” of Taylor Swift after the pop star took the stand to testify against the ex-DJ she claims groped her.
Taylor Swift used the word, “a–” during testimony nearly half a dozen times. It made her otherwise powerful testimony sound, well, asinine.
A judge dismissed David Mueller’s lawsuit after the DJ failed to prove Swift ruined his career.
U.S. District Judge William Martinez determined that the pop star could not be held liable because David Mueller failed to prove that she personally set out to have him fired. read more
Taylor Swift used vivid language while testifying how former radio DJ David Mueller allegedly groped her during a 2013 meet and greet – a claim Mueller has denied. NBC News’ Joe Fryer, who has been covering the trial since Day 1, tells Access Hollywood’s Natalie Morales about the pop star’s demeanor on the stand.
“We absolutely wanted to keep it private, but we didn’t want him to get away with it,” Andrea Swift said. read more
The pop singer is seeking a symbolic $1 judgment in a counter-suit against ex-DJ David Mueller.
But all attention was on the former Denver country DJ who allegedly grabbed the superstar singer’s bottom at a 2013 meet-and-greet. read more
Prosecutors rested their case Tuesday against four Boston union members accused of trying to extort jobs from “Top Chef” producers three years ago. Lawyers for Fidler, Daniel Redmond, Robert Cafarelli and Michael Ross declined to call witnesses to the stand, according to the Boston Herald. Show host Padma Lakshmi had testified about an encounter with…
The legendary record producer originally asked for $30 million. read more
This feud could reach trial in the next four months. read more
“I’m not suing Michael,” Jones said pointedly to the attorney for Jackson’s estate. “I’m suing y’all.” read more
Simpson is set to appear via closed-circuit TV before a parole board in Carson City at 1 p.m. Thursday.
“We’re hopeful we can settle, but if we can’t, we’re ready to go to trial,” said Peter Bronstein, an attorney representing Harry.
The Apple-owned headphone company won a motion for summary judgment, but a jury — not a judge — will decide how much it is due. read more
A judge in Norristown, Pa., has declared a mistrial in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial after the jury failed to come up with a verdict.