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Karrueche Tran Loses Out On A Permanent Restraining Order Against Chris Brown Due To A Courtroom Technicality

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Poor Karrueche Tran.

It appears as though the Claws actress didn't get the permanent restraining order against Chris Brown she was hoping for. Why??

Related: Flip Or Flop's Christina El Moussa Interviewed By Child Services

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Uh Oh — Flip Or Flop's Christina El Moussa Interviewed By Child Services After Her Son Falls Into A Pool

| Filed under: Baby BlabberOops!Legal MattersScary!Celeb Kidz

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We're sure those mommy shamers are feeling pretty validated right about now…

On Tuesday, it was revealed that Christina El Moussa was recently interview by Child Protective Services after her son Brayden fell into their family home's pool. Oof.

Related: Demi Lovato Responds To Critics Calling Her Out For Cultural Appropriation

It's said Christina's one-year-old

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Donald Trump & British PM Theresa May React To The Deadly Terrorist Attack At Ariana Grande's Manchester Concert

| Filed under: AnglophiliaLegal MattersR.I.P.Donald TrumpSad SadViolenceScary!Disgusting!Ariana Grande

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What a nightmare.

As we've reported, an attack by a suicide bomber in England left at least 22 dead and 59 injured at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night. One victim is said to be as young as eight years old.

In light of the tragic news, both Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May have made public statements responding to the horrific act of terrorism.

Related: ISIS Takes Responsibility For Fatal Bombing In Manchester

Speaking from his first foreign trip as POTUS, Trump called the people behind the attack "evil losers":

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ISIS Takes Responsibility For The Fatal Bombing At Ariana Grande's Concert As Police Book A SECOND Suspect Linked To The Attack

| Filed under: Legal MattersR.I.P.Sad SadViolenceScary!Ariana Grande

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Well this is a troubling development.

As we previously reported, 22 people were killed after a suicide bomber detonated a device inside the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert on Monday. Although the attacker's death has already been confirmed by the police, it's now being said that the culprit did not act alone.

Related: Celebs React To The Manchester Attack

In fact, the cops have apparently nabbed another suspect linked to the fatal bombing. According to the Greater Manchester Police,

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Michael Flynn Pleading The Fifth Amendment Is Funny, Considering How He And Trump Felt About That Last Year…

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Well, shit.

If the investigation into Donald Trump does yield new corruption (you know, in addition to all the obstruction of justice), it won't be from the testimony of Michael Flynn.

The short-term national security adviser who lied about his communications with Russia during Trump's transition has just stalled his own investigation by announcing he will plead the fifth amendment.

Video: John Oliver Devotes His Entire Show To Recapping Trump's INSANE Week Of Scandals!

Flynn's attorneys wrote a letter to the Senate intelligence committee that seems to claim the move is justified not because he's guilty but because he's worried about being prosecuted anyway amid the "escalating public frenzy against him."

So nothing in his documents is evidence of any crime, but it all makes him look more guilty? Hmm…

They wrote:

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Fyre Festival Hasn't Seen The Last Of Its Problems As An FBI Investigation Is Underway

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More drama for the Fyre Festival!

To add to the bevy of lawsuits that have already been filed against Ja Rule and Billy McFarland's failed music event, now we're hearing the FBI has launched its own investigation into fraud and cybercrime!

Seem like legit charges to us considering everything that went down!

Related: Fyre Festival Employees Won't Be Getting Paid

The New York Times reports the United States attorney's office for the Southern District of New York is working with the FBI to look into possible mail, wire, and securities fraud.

This just adds to the list of over a dozen lawsuits coming for the event's organizers. Oof!

For more of the legal deets, click HERE.

Poor Ja Rule! We wonder if he had any idea this would happen… we imagine not!

Thoughts??

[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]

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