Here's what Amy's email said
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He wants to see his friend given the proper burial.
Despite his friend's beyond awful actions at the end of his lifetime.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has recently revealed that he will be paying for the funeral costs of his former rapper friend Earl Hayes despite the rapper's atrocious actions before he committed suicide.
The rapper apparently went off when he found out his wife Stephanie Moseley was cheating on him, and shot and killed her with a shotgun while she was in the bathtub.
Afterwards he took his own life.
Floyd believes that his friend's family
And the battle rages on…
Bill Cosby's lawyer, Marty Singer, is using a new approach to defend his client from rape and molestation allegations. He's saying that CNN's reporting on the story is unethical!
He reportedly wrote a letter to the network's exec Jeff Zucker, stating that their interview with alleged victim Beverly Johnson isn't on the up and up. He encouraged them to get in contact her live-in boyfriend Mark Burk, whom she was with from 2006-2009, and to listen to his side of that time in her life.
Many people use a variety of methods to get out of jury duty: fake an illness, wear a crazy costume, or pretend to not speak English.
Or you could do what Brad Pitt did, and be excused for being WAY too famous!!!
After the 51-year-old actor was reportedly called to jury service a week ago, officials believed his celebrity status would be too distracting and immediately dismissed him.
According to lawyer William R. Lively, the actor's notoriety was problematic for both the trial and the other jurors:
Sony and The Interview aren't the only movie-related topics making headlines this week.
That's because the parents of the man who is accused of shooting up the Aurora, CO, movie theater during the Dark Knight Rises premiere have decided what they want for their son.
Robert and Arlene Holmes believe that their 27-year-old son should be institutionalized for the rest of his life because they say his crime was an act of insanity.
The two girls who stabbed their classmate 19 times and claimed it as a tribute to an internet fictional character Slender Man have been found competent to stand trial by a judge in a Wisconsin courthouse.
The decision happened on Thursday after two hearings for the two girls, and the decision was made by Waukesha County Circuit Judge Michael Bohren.
One of the girls, who had shackles on, told the judge that she did not believe she was competent to stand trial.
However the judge disagreed with her and said:
Remember when Michael Phelps got busted for driving under the influence at the end of September in Maryland, where he was TWICE the legal limit?
Well, the Olympian showed up with his mom, sister, and girlfriend to a Baltimore court on Friday morning and pleaded