Because the second most popular life affirming mantra embroidered on lace trimmed pillows in basement lounge rooms is “It’s going to get worse before it gets better” (the first is “Live, Laugh, Love” obviously), the college admissions cheating scandal just got a little worse for the implicated parties. Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin, and their deep pocket buddies have been named in a $500 billion lawsuit by a mom and her son who say he was unfairly denied college admission due to these lying, cheating hos. Maybe they figured that if they win the $500 billion they can buy his way into college, too?
After Kim Kardashian‘s Twitter tirade in regards to Fashion Nova recreating that church appropriate Thierry Mugler dress she wore last weekend, I thought she would maybe disappear to deal with her family’s ongoing drama because that’s rehearsal time for the next season. However, in an attempt to bask in all of the attention while the spotlight is on her, Kim is now suing a different knock-off house because she’s tired of them using her image to sell their discounted duds.
Just last week Diva Queen of Glitter Butterflies and Sugar Plum Unicorns, Mariah Carey, put to bed a lawsuit with her former manager Stella Bulochnikov. Looks like Mariah missed the festive rush of legal battles because she is back in one again, but this time around she’s the one doing the suing.
Many who caught CBS’ docu-series The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey back in September of 2016 probably came to the same conclusions that I did at the end of it:
1) I need to secure all the access points to my home and maybe buy a taser or collapsible baton just in case Burke Ramsey’s in the neighborhood and looking for his bowl of pineapple.
2) Burke Ramsey (could have possibly but we can’t say) killed his little sister, 6-year-old child beauty queen JonBenet.
CBS ended the series by pushing the theory that Burke killed JonBenet and his parents covered it up including writing a fake ransom letter. Burke Ramsey was angry by the show’s conclusion that he might have killed sis for stealing his pineapple at the age of 10. So he sued CBS for $750 million. Well, they’ve settled.
Two years ago, a judge declared that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams ripped off Marvin Gaye when making their date rape anthem “Blurred Lines.” The case is now officially done. And those dudes, who knew they were wrong in the first place, now have to collectively pay Marvin Gaye’s estate five MILLION dollars. And I hope you read that last part in Dr. Evil’s voice because that’s what I heard when I typed it.
Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is getting sued by The Satanic Temple. Are they suing them because we really did not need a remake of another beloved 90s show just with a dark twist? No. They’re suing them for using their copyrighted monument design and also misrepresenting the deity as “something evil”. Satanists suing for suggesting Satan is evil? Hmm… A bit late for that, methinks.