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Lil Wayne’s security guard now wants to press charges against him for pulling assault rifle

Lil Wayne's security guard has had a change of heart and now wants to press charges against him for allegedly pulling a gun on him.

Defiant Maxwell says sex crimes charges ‘not proven’ as defense rests

"Your honor, the government has not proven its case beyond reasonable doubt so there is no need for me to testify," Maxwell, wearing a black turtleneck and matching face mask, told judge Alison Nathan.

Justin Bieber agrees to settle sexual assault defamation case privately

Singer Justin Bieber has said he will resolve his sexual assault defamation lawsuit in private. The 'Ghost' singer is being accused by a woman known as Danielle of sexually assaulting her at a Four Seasons Hotel in Texas in March 2014.

Trevor Noah sues doctor over ’serious personal injury’ caused by ‘botched surgery’

South African comedian Trevor Noah has filed a lawsuit against his orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Riley Williams III, and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City over a botched surgery.

Rapper Jay Z wins cologne lawsuit and avoids paying $68M in damages

Hip Hop mogul Jay Z heaved a sigh of relief as he left a Manhattan courthouse on Wednesday afternoon smiling ear-to-ear after a judge ruled that he didn’t breach his contract in his endorsement deal with Parlux Fragrances which partnered with the rapper in 2013 to launch its “Gold Jay-Z” cologne.

Lawyers for Britney Spears push for end to father’s control ahead of hearing

Britney's father has controlled her life for the past 13 years, under a controversial legal arrangement that the US pop singer has slammed as "abusive" and that her lawyers have demanded be scrapped.

Rape accuser suing Nicki Minaj and husband says their fans sending threats

Jennifer Hough -- the attempted rape victim of Nicki Minaj's husband, Kenneth Petty -- says fans of the couple are sending her hate filled messages ever since she gave her first on camera interview about her lawsuit against the couple.

First male accuser testifies against R. Kelly, says singer sexually exploited him

R Kelly's first male accuser has given evidence of sexual exploitation against the singer in a New York court, saying he was abused when he was 17 while trying to make it as a musician.

Rapper Kanye West looking to legally change his name to Ye

Rapper Kanye West (44) is reportedly looking to legally change his name to Ye. This according to legal documents filed in California.

R. Kelly accused of owing $3.8 million in back taxes, Uncle Sam wants to collect

Jailed singer R. Kelly is reported to be owing more than $3.8million in back taxes and according to RadarOnline.com the singer who is currently being held in a correctional service facility in New York while he awaits trial for various sex offences, has had a federal lien filed against him in Illinois.

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