Is there another celebrity custody battle brewing?
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Kate Hudson's ex husband has filed to re-open the custody agreement they set up during their divorce back in 2007. Whoa.
In case you forgot, Goldie Hawn's daughter and Chris Robinson called it quits on their relationship a decade ago, but were able to agree on a joint custody arrangement for their son, Ryder. Welp, it seems as though The Black Crowes singer is no longer a fan of the agreement as he's filed to have it re-evaluated by the court.
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Specifically, legal documents show
In case you needed more reason to believe Chris Brown is the worst, here's some more proof.
As you know, the 27-year-old has been ordered to stay away from his ex Karrueche Tran after claims he reportedly threatened her life.
Now, TMZ reports it isn't stopping there as the actress' bestie Joseph Ryan La Cour is also taking legal action to ensure his own safety, as he claims Chris has gone as far as to send guys after him before.
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The publicist says the controversial singer has come after him with threats as well, saying he will find them and "shoot the place up" wherever they go.
Specifically, J.Ryan says Brown approached him at Diddy's Super Bowl party and said:
It always comes down to money, doesn't it??
Warner Bros. TV and CBS are SO close to locking down a two season renewal of their longtime hit, The Big Bang Theory. So what's standing in their way??
Apparently, the studio is struggling to finalize the contracts for two of the show's stars, Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch. As you may know, the actresses both joined the celebrated comedy back in season three and, in result, have been paid significantly less than their costars.
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In fact, the women are currently being paid around
The Making A Murderer drama isn't just between accused killer Steven Avery and the U.S. legal system.
In his new book Illusion of Justice, Avery's former defense attorney Jerry Buting is spilling all the tea about the feud between himself and opposing counsel — prosecutor Ken Kratz.
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In an excerpt released to EW, Buting says the two lawyers were civil with one another up until the trial, at which point, "his cordiality vanished."
Like many viewers of the Netflix series, Buting admits Kratz got "under my skin" during questioning:
Sterling Jewelers is coming under fire this week as about 250 former employees of Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Kay Jewelers claim to have been sexually harassed by the company's leaders in return for promotion or job security.
Court documents obtained by The Washington Post suggest female employees in the late 1990s and 2000s were "routinely groped, demeaned, and urged to sexually cater to their bosses to stay employed."
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It's even said the top tier leaders would have "scouting" parties to hunt down attractive employees and "boozy, no-spouses allowed" managers meetings that were described as a "sex-fest."
A former Kay employee said of the company's culture: