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Jared Fogle Will NOT Serve A Shorter Sentence For His Child Sex Crimes!

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Looks like Jared Fogle won't be able to eat fresh for a full fifteen years.

On Thursday, it was revealed that the U.S. Court of Appeals denied the scandalized Subway spokesman's request for a shorter sentence for his sex crimes.

Last year, the fast food face was sentenced to 188 months — which is over 15 and a half years — in jail for multiple counts of child porn charges as well as soliciting sex with minors.

Related: Celebrity Scandals We Never Saw Coming!

However, the 38-year-old fought tooth and nail to try to spend a shorter amount of time behind bars,

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Madonna Scores HUGE Legal Victory Over TINY Vogue Copyright Claim!

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This could be huge for musicians everywhere!

Madonna just won a long-standing copyright infringement case brought against her back in 2012 regarding Vogue, her famous 1990 song — and it could mean good things for other artists around the industry!

A company called VMG Salsoul, LLC brought the initial lawsuit against Madge four years ago over the copyright of one of their songs called Love Break that was a hit in the early 1980s.

Related: Madonna & Questlove Defend Her BBMAs Prince Tribute!

The company alleged that Shep Pettibone — one of Vogue's producers — used an unlicensed 'horn hit' from Love Break on the Madonna track, and that the horn sound should give them rights to Madonna's huge hit.

Here's the kicker: the 'horn hit' used in Madge's mega-song was exactly

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Kesha Is Appealing Her Injunction Ruling Against Dr. Luke

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See the argument HERE!

Kesha isn't done fighting.

On Monday, the pop powerhouse filed legal papers to take her battle with Dr. Luke — AKA Lukasz Gottwald — to an appeals court.

Last month, the blonde was denied her injunction bid to get out of her recording contract with the Sony producer, who she claims sexually assaulted and abused her.

Related: Ariana Grande Continues To Support Kesha!

The 29-year-old's lawyer, Mark Geragos, wrote in the docs that keeping his client in her contract is similar to slavery:

"First, the Court erred in basing its decision on its finding that Kesha could record without interference from Gottwald. Although it recognized that 'slavery was done away with a long time ago' and that '[y]ou can't force someone to work . . . in a situation in which they don't want to work,' the Court's ruling requiring Kesha to work for Gottwald's companies, purportedly without his involvement, does just that."

The attorney also explained that, if let out of her contract with her alleged abuser, Kesha could compensate Sony Music Entertainment for breaking her deal.

He argued that the judge didn't consider that alternative option would allow the singer to be free while also giving the music giant the ability to still get their money back, saying:

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Gawker Media Founder Nick Denton WILL Be Appealing Hulk Hogan's Big Win! See His Statement HERE!

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Here's what he has to say!

Hulk Hogan just won BIG money in his lawsuit against Gawker Media.

But the site's founder, Nick Denton, believes the sex tape scandal is far from over. On Friday, after a jury granted the former wrestler $115 million — $15 million more than he asked for — the British journalist released a statement about his legal loss.

Related: Hulk's Ex-Wife Breaks Down Over The Scandal!

The 49-year-old claimed — once again — witnesses and evidence that weren't presented in court could have caused the jury to reach a different decision.

The businessman explained that he and his attorneys are already working on appealing the ruling, saying:

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What Conviction? Jared Fogle Appealing His Prison Sentence On Child Porn & Sex Crimes Charges!

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This was expected, but still icky.

After being sentenced to more than 15 years in prison last month on child porn and sex crimes charges, Jared Fogle is appealing his conviction in the hopes of getting a lighter term from a higher court.

Fogle was transferred today from a prison in Henderson, Kentucky to a Federal facility in Oklahoma City, and it was then that he filed his notice of intent to appeal.

Video: Dr. Phil Interviews One Of Jared's Alleged Victims

With it, he's also hoping to

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Washington Redskins Finally (Kind Of) Admit Their Name Is Offensive — But They Have A DISGUSTING New Excuse To Keep Their Mascot

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This is unbelievable!

The Washington Redskins are trying to preserve the trademark for their highly offensive nickname, and the NFL team is now going to great lengths to defend their position.

On Friday, the team — along with controversial owner Dan Snyder — filed an opening brief in an appeals court in the hopes that they could keep their nickname after a court just ruled the name was highly offensive.

Related: The State Of California Just Outlawed Using 'Redskins' For ALL Public School Mascots!

But this opening brief has to be seen to be believed!

It seems the 'Skins are no longer arguing that their name is not offensive, which had been their argument up to this point.

NOW they are conceding it is offensive to some — but they're arguing that since trademarks have been granted to dozens of other highly offensive (and NSFW) names, the Redskins ought to be allowed to keep theirs, too:

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Robin Thicke & Pharrell Williams WILL Appeal The Blurred Lines Verdict! Check Out Their Argument HERE!

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Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams may have lost their legal battle against the family of Marvin Gaye, but they aren't done fighting.

Robin and Pharrell are officially seeking to appeal the verdict — and they want you to know they're fighting for more than just themselves.

[ Related: Sam Smith's Stay With Me Is A Bit Too Similar To Another Song! ]

According to their attorney Howard King, declaring Blurred Lines is infringing on Got To Give It Up sets a dangerous precedent.

In a statement, King said:

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