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Chris Rock Is Pulled Over By The Cops For The THIRD Time In Seven Weeks — Documents Latest Stop With Another Selfie!

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Chris Rock is not having much luck with the cops these days!

On Monday night, Chris shared of a pic of himself minutes after he was pulled over by the police for an unknown reason.

[ Related: This Is The Real Reason Chris Filed For Divorce! ]

The exasperated comedian tweeted:

"Stopped by the cops again wish me luck."

This incident marks the third time Rock was pulled over by cops in the last seven weeks.

Take a look at the 3 episodes (below)!

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Pizza Place Becomes First Indiana Business To Publicly Refuse Service To Same Sex Couples Under New Law

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A pizza place in Walkerton, Indiana is making the wrong kind of history.

Memories Pizza is publicly taking a stance in accordance with Indiana Governor Mike Pence and his controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

[ Related: Governor Of Indiana Signed A Religious Freedom Bill Allows Businesses Discriminate Against LGBT ]

The family-owned business has not only agreed with the bill, but is publicly denying catering service to the weddings of same sex couples.

Memories co-owner Crystal O'Connor said:

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Justin Bieber Is Practically A Changed Man — He Was On His Best Behavior During A Mediation AND He's Taking Care Of His Puppy?! What's Next!

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Isn't it crazy how fast the night changes??

Justin Bieber wasn't kidding around when he said he was turning a new leaf!

It's been a year since the Biebs wreaked havoc on the world by making headlines for his bad boy behavior — and he's actually cleaning up his mess this time!

Not only is JB being a doting puppy owner with his new doggy Ester, but he was actually on good behavior during a legal mediation on Tuesday afternoon!

[ Related: JB Claims You Can See The Changes In His Eyes! ]

Bieberoni should probably receive a few treats since, you know, there was a time not too long ago he refused to fuel up his private jet for the mediation because it was too expensive.

The 21-year-old, his legal team, and people from the opposing side met in Miami to talk about the lawsuit filed against Justin and one of his bodyguards in 2013 by a photog who claimed they were rough with him when he tried to take a pic of JB.

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Teresa Giudice's First Prison Photo Released! Get Intimate Details On The Reality Star's Family Visits HERE!

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How does Teresa Giudice manage to look so good behind bars?!

On April 1, the first photo of Teresa in jail was released and we must admit — the reality star looks pretty great even without makeup! Maybe the Real Housewives of New Jersey star's simple yet effective prison beauty regimen is getting the job done!

[ Related: RHONJ Star Teresa Gets First Visit In Prison! Find Out Who Showed Up HERE! ]

The photo was taken at the visitation room at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, where Tre is serving time for charges related to fraud.

Obviously, Giudice's stint in jail has been tough on her four daughters and husband, Joe Giudice.

As for what it's like to visit his wife in prison, Joe lamented:

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Washington Bans Government-Funded Trips To Indiana As Arkansas Copies That Anti-Gay Religious Freedom Bill — At Least One State Hasn't Lost Its Mind

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We really hope Indiana ends up losing some tourism income over this.

We told you about how Governor Mike Pence, pictured above, passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that would allow businesses to discriminate against people on the basis of faith, which was clearly targeting the LGBT community.

Well, it seems like Arkansas didn't like that Indiana was getting all of the publicity, because they went ahead and passed a similar bill on Tuesday.

Luckily, not every law maker wants to limit their citizens' rights, because the Mayor of Seattle and Governor of Washington made a move of their own!

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Dina Lohan's Lawyer Mark Jay Heller Is Now Representing The Model Who Claims She Was Assaulted By Harvey Weinstein! Read His Statement HERE!

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He's on the OFFENSE.

On Tuesday, one day after Harvey Weinstein's rep denied that he groped a model over the weekend, celebrity lawyer Mark Jay Heller has released a statement on the alleged victim's (22-year-old Ambra Battilana) behalf.

If the name sounds familiar, Mark has been heavily involved with the Lohan girls and their legal battles over the years.

Anyway…

[ Related: Harvey Questioned By Police For Groping A Model In NYC ]

Basically, the statement is aggressive in its defense of the model, and it's made quite CLEAR that the suit is not motivated by blackmail.

Read the powerful response (below)!

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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard Says All Businesses MUST Treat People Equally In Light Of Discriminatory Legislation & The NCAA Final Four Game

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This is the man of the hour!

Recently, Indiana passed some legislation, stating that employees could refuse service to someone on religious grounds, which was clearly targeting the LGBT community.

[ Related: Wilco Cancels Indiana Show Over Controversial Religious Freedom Law! ]

On Monday, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard let it be known that this is NOT okay and put an executive order into place which states that EVERYONE must follow the city's human rights ordinance, if the business receives government funds in some way. He also called for the state's civil rights laws to include the LGBT community "immediately."

NCAA President Mark Emmert kicked off the overall discussion, saying that he was "very concerned" about any sporting events being held there, including the Final Four, because of the discrimination in the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

[ Related: Apple CEO Tim Cook Stands Up For The Rights Of Everyone In The Face Of Discriminatory Legislation ]

So, Ballard agreed and held a press conference where he discussed all of the issues. Most notably, he said:

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