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Manny Pacquiao Wins $114,000 From Floyd Mayweather Jr.!!!


No, it wasn't in a boxing match or anything.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. was ordered to pay Manny Pacquiao $113,774 for defamation!

Pacquiao said Floyd falsely accused him of using performance-enhancing drugs in 2009.

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LiLo's Insurance Company Paid Her Chase Victim $500K!


Back in 2007, Tracie Rice had the ride of her life, and now she's getting retribution…

With BIG money!

Lindsay Lohan's insurance company dropped $500,000 clams after settling out of court with Rice. The insurance felt they would have a losing battle if the case went in front of a jury, so they conceded the dough.

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Atlanta Man Wins $1 Million Lottery For SECOND TIME In Three Years!!!

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Wow! "Lucky" isn't even a strong enough word!

For the SECOND time in THREE YEARS, 50-year-old Atlanta man Delma Kinney has won a $1 million payday from the Georgia Lottery's Super Millions instant game!!!!!

Here's what he had to say about it:

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Owners Killing Their Pets To Get Insurance Payouts

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In the UK, dishonest claims on pet insurance polices have quadrupled.

It is now the fastest growing area of insurance crime.

Figures from insurers show over $3,000,000 worth of pet insurance fraud.

Insurers believe frauds are owners getting rid of their pets, by selling or even killing it! Then they claim a payout for "early death." They believe some animals may have never even existed in the first place.

Other frauds are fake accidents to cover up pre-existing injuries or conditions that aren't covered by the policy.

Some scams even involve staging the disappearance of a pet because some policies payout for lost or stolen animals.

Experts believe some vets are even involved, claiming treatment that never occurred or billing insurance companies for more expensive procedures that were never actually performed!

A fraud investigator said:

"I am aware of cases were owners have maimed their animals in order to make claims on their policies."


A pet product manager said:

"The increase in detected pet insurance fraud is quite significant. Pet insurance fraud is costing companies more and will have an impact on other people's premiums in the future."

So idiots looking for a quick payout are actually making it harder for honest people to insure their pets, who may actually need it.

Thanks a lot, idiots.

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Arnold Was Set To Sign The Biggest Book Deal Of All Time - BEFORE Affair Scandal!


We've reported that every book publisher imaginable is attempting to land a multi-million dollar tell-all deal with Maria Shriver, and apparently, sources close to her soon-to-be ex-husband, Arnold Schwarzenneger, have revealed that is all sorts of miffed because before his affair - and lovechild - with housekeeper Mildred Baena was exposed, it was HE who was about to sign "the biggest book deal of all time."

Insiders revealed that up until a month before his life turned upside down, the governator's lawyers were gearing up for a nice post-memoir payout, and he was even searching for a ghost writer!

They explain:

"He wanted to break a record with his payout. No woman is going to pay to read Arnold's story through his eyes. Maria has a story to tell, and she's a known, best-selling author."

Meanwhile, his rep confirms:

"I can confirm that the governor is considering a memoir and has looked at offers from different publishers."

Yeah! Fat chance now, buddy!

Personally, we can't imagine how he could possibly think that after what he put his family through, he has any business attempting to justify his behavior through writing, or any other medium, for that matter!

So sad.

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Winklevoss Twins Bring Facebook To Court…Again

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Just in time for The Social Network's DVD release!

Looks like The Winklevoss twins, who feel they were screwed over by Jesse Eisenberg Mark Zuckerberg, are back in court.

Yesterday, judges from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal reviewed the twins' proposal to have "a 2008 settlement between themselves and Zuckerberg tossed."

For those of you who haven't seen The Social Network, the twins claim that Facebook stole their idea, and they're looking for a larger payout than the one they received in 2008, which their lawyers argue "did not match the multi-billion dollar valuation of Facebook."

Zuckerberg's lawyer E. Joshua Rosenkranz has dismissed these new arguments by the twins Winklevoss, claiming that they "struck a deal that made them very, very rich, and it is making them richer by the day. At some point it is time to move on."

Guess we'll see if the twins are able to argue more money out of Facebook. Worse comes to worst, at least The Social Network is getting more free publicity!

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BBC Anchor Wins Age Discrimination Case Against Network!


This is pretty crummy. We're glad that they're taking responsibility - as they rightfully should.

The BBC has been found guilty of age discrimination after a female anchor with more than 20 years of experience took them to court for being being unfairly fired earlier last year!

Miriam O'Reilly worked as an anchor on the BBC1 rural affairs program Countryfile. When network controller Jay Hunt moved the program to a weekday primetime slot, she and two other female presenters were replaced with younger talent, despite the show's older men anchors successfully making the transition.

O'Reilly claimed in the employment tribunal that managers thought that she was "too old" for prime time, and even offered her hair dye to make her appear younger!

Just awful!

Luckily, in light of the ruling, she is expected to receive a significant payout, and a spokesperson for the BBC has released the following statement:

"We accept the findings of the tribunal and would like to apologize to Miriam. We will be speaking to her. We would like to acknowledge the important contribution Miriam has made to the BBC over more than 20 years and we would welcome the opportunity to discuss working with her again in the future."

Well, we're glad steps are being taken to rectify the situation, but that doesn't excuse this even happening to begin with!


May this never happen again!


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