Sometimes you have to know when to call it quits.
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We're glad that justice for this person is coming.
And that potentially no more albums from this fine lady will be released early!
The person responsible for the early leaking of Madonna's album Rebel Heart was arrested in Israel a few weeks ago, and the 39-year-old aspiring Israeli singer has now been indicted, as well.
The aspiring Israeli singer's name is Adi Lederman and he's been charged with computer trespassing, prohibited secret monitoring, copyright infringement and obstructing an investigation.
But court documents in the case reveal that Adi didn't just steal and leak demos from Rebel Heart but also was able to hack the demo Give Me All Your Luvin' from Madonna's previous album MDNA.
The former Israeli singer apparently started hacking
We're so happy the dress is safe and sound!
But the custom Calvin Klein dress was brought back to the London West Hollywood hotel, where it was stolen from, on Friday by the thieves responsible for the theft.
And the criminals, reporting it from an anonymous call, claim the pearls on the dress were appraised and found to be worthless.
That's right! The culprits took two pearls from the dress to have them appraised, and it turned out they weren't real! A source connected with Francisco Costa, Women's Creative Director of Calvin Klein Collection, explained
Well, the dress has been found … to be a fake!
The thief who took the gown says he took the dress from Lupita's room at The London after finding the door ajar.
Her name may be Riddle, but this is no joke!
A Texas state representative named Debbie Riddle has introduced legislation that would make it a crime for a transgender person to use a restroom matching their gender identity.
A person over the age of 13 using a restroom that doesn't match their gender could face a misdemeanor charge.
Even more severely, building owners permitting a person over the age of 7 to use a restroom that doesn't match their gender could face felony charges!
The bill defines gender as
Nick Gordon is CLEARLY going through an incredibly difficult time.
In the past few days, the 25-year-old has endured a slew of legal tribulations — from initially refusing to comply with authorities, to dropping a restraining order that would block a search warrant to obtain private security footage.
And what's made it worse is his girlfriend Bobbi Kristina's unimproved condition.
On Wednesday night, Gordon went on a Twitter spree vocalizing everything from his sadness over Krissy's status, his animosity towards Bobby Brown and his family — which he has expressed before –, to his inability to sleep.
Some of his tweets include:
Robin Thicke is such a wild card.
On Wednesday, the crooner was in court to defend himself against claims that Blurred Lines is a plagiarized version of Marvin Gaye's Gotta Give It Up.
To demonstrate that the hit is not a rip-off of Marvin, the singer chose a UNIQUE way to prove his point.
In front of the ENTIRE court, Robin played and sang a medley of U2's With Or Without You, The Beatles' Let It Be, Alphaville's Forever Young, Bob Marley's No Woman No Cry, and Michael Jackson's Man In the Mirror, to demonstrate that many popular songs share similar chord progressions. Oh, and the singer even danced a little!
Ha! Smart move but also kind of…awkward.
We imagine the court stenographer was like…
This sounds right out of Breaking Bad.
Police discovered that one of USA's largest maraschino cherry suppliers was actually a front for a hidden drug operation on Tuesday.
That's right, the owner of Dell's Maraschino Cherries, Arthur Mondella, initially cooperated with police when they showed up to his Brooklyn factory, but when they questioned him about some suspicious shelves, he excused himself to go to the bathroom where he fatally shot himself in the head.
Authorities had received a tip that the company was a front for drugs, and the D.A. was able to grant an administrative search warrant to search for any signs that the factory was dumping hazardous waste into the sewers.
After Arthur shot himself, police found roughly 80 lbs. of marijuana, and hundreds of thousands of dollars hidden behind a fake wall.
Arthur had permit for the firearm and kept it concealed by strapping it to his ankle. According to insiders, police should have known to search Arthur for hidden weapons.
A law enforcement source says that Arthur would have likely avoided any jail time.