The D.A. even charged Ray J with sexual battery, despite the fact that police have said no crime of the sort was actually committed.
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It's official: There is literally a charity organization for anything and everything!
Following Hilary Swank's embarrassing mistake of accepting
a huge payment an invitation to attend a birthday party for Ramzan A. Kadyrov — the Chechen president tied to kidnap, torture and murder — two organizations are joining forces to help the celebs avoid this potentially disastrous method of obtaining excess income.
A celebrity advisory firm, Global Philanthropy Group, and the Human Rights Watch have announced their partnership to create "a free, confidential service to help stars and their handlers verify the records of people who want to hire them" to appear at events.
We're not the first to ask and we wont be the last, but is this really neccesary?
What else are celebrities paying their agents, managers, personal assistants, and
financial leaches entourage for if they can't figure out that the person willing to drop six figures for their appearance isn't a crazy person?
Ugh! First world problems, right?
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