How could anyone forget Justin Bieber's snarky deposition? It left a bad taste in everyone's mouth — even Usher's!
With rude comments, refusal to answer questions and even dissing his mentor, it's safe to say no one will be forgetting that little gemstone anytime soon!
However, due to the nature of the video being leaked just two days after the Biebs' deposition, the popstar has an inkling the video was leaked to humiliate him!
Well Justin, if you behaved better, the video wouldn't have been as humiliating!
A source revealed what JB's legal team thinks about the suspicious quick video leak, saying:
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The custody battle for her grandchildren may be over but Katherine Jackson still wants her day in court!!
She is demanding documentation from the executors of Michael Jackson's will, including paperwork detailing ALL of transactions made on her son's behalf!
Her legal team's statement read:
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The drama never stops for Breezy!
During a routine hearing Tuesday, Judge Patricia Schnegg ordered an audit of Chris Brown's community service hours (required from his 2009 Rihanna assault).
The audit had originally been requested by Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray. Since Breezy had been doing all of his work in Virginia, the actual number of completed hours has become unclear. And clearly there's some question concerning the accuracy of them!
So Breezy's required to attend
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Word to the wise - pay your actors, because when you don't they get all bitchy and then you have to put up with this garbage.
In 2004, Matt Dillon got the extreme honor of starring in an Oscar winning movie, Crash. Thing is, Matt says he was cheated out of $100,000 in profits.
Say what? You weren't in the movie that long? How can you be worth that much?
Apparently, Dillon's accountants discovered the oversight during a 2006 audit of the company's finances. Now, Dillon wants to get paid, so he is suing the producers for his share.
Um, if you are in the middle of an audit, you might want to think about dealing with that shiz first, before trying to get more money! Or perhaps you need this money to pay back on something else?
Ah, now we get it!
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