Best feud ever or nah?!
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Wooooooow. That's a LOT of money!
And now, the stars and producers of Bones want the network to pay up! On Monday, Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz — who play the leads on the popular program — filed a complaint against FOX regarding unpaid profits!
The actors are suing 20th Century Fox with Kathy Reichs, who wrote the books from which the show is adapted.
The 67-year-old and the TV stars allege that the studio has used phony accounting to cheat them out of "tens of millions of dollars."
The legal docs claim the three "were being cheated out of more than $100 million in gross revenues and being overcharged many additional millions of dollars in alleged expenses."
Yikes. If that's true, it's definitely not fair!
Because of rights — and her role as executive producer — the author was supposedly due five percent of the show's profits. Emily and David were each allegedly owed 3 percent.
But that's not the only suit the studio is facing over the dramedy! Barry Josephson decided to sue last week, because he also feels like he hasn't been given the payment he deserves!
The executive producer claims that network execs Gary Newman and Dana Walden threatened to cancel the show unless he agreed to lower licensing fees for the fifth and sixth seasons.
That sounds shady to us! But what do U think, Perezcious readers? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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That's great news for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum!
The 51-year-old has since been sentenced for her concerning behavior, and has supposedly served some stints in rehab for her addiction problem.
However, the blonde beauty's own sibling is taking to the airwaves to let the public know that the former child star is no longer abusing drugs or alcohol, saying:
R. Kelly performed at the Soul Train Awards, closing the show on Sunday night and as usual bringing down the house.
But it appears the singer may have (finally?) worn out his welcome amongst a sizable portion of the public, judging by a flurry of online debate.
Kelly, of course, was charged and tried in Illinois back in the mid-2000s for crimes relating to sex with an underage girl.
In 2008, he was eventually found not guilty on all 14 counts in a jury trial at the end of a long legal battle, but it didn't stop fans on social media from questioning his position as a public figure this weekend.
As for Sunday's performance itself, Kelly wasn't specifically controversial. See clips (below):
Something's going on with Tyga!
On Monday, it was revealed that Kylie Jenner's man is stalling when it comes to locking down the $10 million pad in Calabasas, CA near her current residence. Oof!
Apparently, the Rack City rapper has been in escrow three times since initially trying to snag the place. Sources have shared that every time the 26-year-old gets close to closing the deal, he comes up with excuses about being on the road or being short on cash. Yikes!
Though we shouldn't be so shocked by this news since this isn't the first time that it's been reported that