Quite a few of the allegations against human-shaped nightmare Harvey Weinstein happened outside the statute of limitations. But some didn’t, like those from Paz de la Huerta. In November, Paz came forward with two allegations of rape, and was working with the NYPD. Now Paz has decided to take it one step further by filing a lawsuit against Harvey.
This season of America is so wild, y’all. Did you catch last week’s episode where President Trump was holding a press conference and Jim Acosta from CNN asked him a few pointed questions, so Trump sent in an intern to take his microphone away and then revoked his press credentials? Then had his press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders try to make it seem like it was because Jim had “placed hands” on the intern by posting a video they got from a fringe, right-wing conspiracy website, which one of Trump’s attorneys later confirmed to had been “not altered” but “sped up“? That shit was BANANAS. Well, this week’s episode is just as crazy. CNN and Jim are suing Donald, Sarah, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, the Deputy Chief of staff, the Director of the Secret Service, and an individual secret service officer.
According to BBC News, JK Rowling has recently filed a lawsuit against her former personal assistant Amanda Donaldson. JK alleges that Amanda performed some magical financial trickery and made a whole lot of money disappear.
Two years ago, Andre Maurice and Leana Lopez of Feyoncé Inc., located out of Texas, began selling items in the same typeface and colors Beyoncé favors for her own merch. All the items said “feyoncé,” which looked similar to “Beyoncé” and was pronounced “fiancé,” which played off Beyoncé’s song, Single Ladies (sometimes paired with cute lines about putting a ring on it and whatnot). Beyoncé sued, demanding that they stop selling the items and requesting 100% of the profits already made. Feyoncé Inc. fired back, saying they never marketed themselves as a Beyoncé-adjacent brand, that Beyoncé is a bully, and that they’re just a t-shirt company that targets engaged couples.
It looks like this week is shaping up to be just as good as last week for Donald Trump. Last week, for the first time in a very long time, he wasn’t the loudest, most obnoxious windbag in the room. This week, we’re learning that a judge has dismissed one of Stormy Daniels’ (or “Horseface” as he calls her) lawsuits that she filed against her one-time hookup.
In 2007, two years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Brad Pitt launched the Make It Right foundation, the purpose of which was to rebuild houses for New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward. The plan was to rebuild 150 safe, energy-efficient homes. What the Lower 9th Ward ended up with were houses that were made wrong; aka that were reportedly rotting, molding, and had bum plumbing and electrical. A lawsuit was threatened by a New Orleans attorney against Make It Right last month. Brad Pitt beat that lawsuit to the punch with his own lawsuit that Make It Right filed against the architect responsible for designing the houses.