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Roger Ebert Hospitalized!

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After beating papillary thyroid cancer in a drastic way, we were hoping Roger Ebert wouldn't have to battle any other physical ailment ever again. He's been through enough.

Sadly, he's back in the hospital with a broken hip. Apparently he injured himself after performing

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Etan Patz Update: Pedro Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty

Filed under: Legal Matters

Pedro Hernandez, the man who provided a unsolicited confession to police for the murder of Etan Patz in 1979, was officially charged with 1st degree kidnapping and a 2nd degree charge of murder.

However, despite his admission to police - him and his lawyer have plead Not Guilty for the murder of Patz and cite his confession as the result of Hernandez's mental disorder and general poor mental health in general.

Here's what his lawyer said:

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Waffle House CEO Sex Scandal!!

Filed under: Legal MattersSad SadSex

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Joe Rogers, the CEO of Waffle House, said that a former employee who he had consensual sex with is trying to blackmail him.

The former female employee said Rogers demanded she do sexual things with him or else she'd lose her job. She claimed he even tried to force sex on her despite her repeated protests.

The woman is his former housekeeper and he claims she's lying, saying:

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Adrian Peterson Nightclub Charges Dropped!!

Filed under: Legal MattersFootball

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Well, we guess Adrian Peterson was right when he said he was "200% innocent" as a grand jury in Houston has dismissed the misdemeanor resisting arrest charge against him.

The Minnesota Viking is no longer in trouble after

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Madonna Stalker Found GUILTY Of Resisting Arrest!

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He may have gotten off on the weapons charge, but Madonna's stalker could STILL be expressing himself straight to jail!

Robert Linhart, the former firefighter who was arrested in 2010 for parking his SUV outside the pop icon's NYC apartment with a signed strapped to it reading "Madonna, I need you. Tell me yes or no. If it's yes, my dream will come true. If it's no, I will go. XXX," has been convicted by a jury of resisting arrest…and could now face

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Lil' Wayne Thinks A 'Pissed Off' Jury Is Why He Lost His Lawsuit

Lil' Wayne just lost a huge lawsuit he filed against Quincy Jones III over a documentary called The Carter and now owes the defendant over $2 million from a counter-suit too!

Obviously, the jury is to blame because their sole purpose was to rule in the favor of one party, but Weezy thinks he lost because they were particularly "pissed off" that he missed his court appearance to testify.

He was ordered by doctors not to board a plane after suffering several seizures in the air, so he feels that if the judge would have allowed him to testify at a later date, he could have convinced the jury to take his side.

At the very least, the rapper is positive he wouldn't owe $2 million to the filmmaker he sued in the first place!

That could be true, but maybe this is karma's way of telling Wayne that he should take depositions more seriously because that's what the jury had to watch in his absence.

Would U side with him after seeing this?

[Image via WENN.]

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Judge Says Hell No To Dismissing Former Penn State Execs Perjury Charges

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GOOD.

Two men are accused of lying to a grand jury about Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing children, and a judge has just thrown out the motion to dismiss those charges.

The motions came from former vice president Gary Schultz and athletic director Tim Curley, and would've thrown out the count of perjury against each man.

The men are also arguing against the other count against them, which stems from

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