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- Troubled actor Randy Quaid and wife Eva contest extradition in Vancouver.
- Mel Gibson has managed to stay out of legal trouble for a few months, but that apparently wasn’t enough for the producers of The Hangover 2 who kicked him off the set and replaced him with Liam Neeson.
- An anonymous person filed documents under the name ‘Citizens of The State of Atlanta Georgia’ with the federal court in Atlanta asking that rapper T.I. be sent to a rehab program instead of jail for a recent drug possession arrest.
- MTV and Rob Dyrdek sued by ‘Smelly Old Man’ following a TV bit that may have gone too far.
- Was NPR analyst Juan Williams fired because of partiality?
- Did mystery letter have any affect on T.I.’s drug charge dismissal?
- Former celebrity doctor Hayden Kho seeks to dismiss pending sex tape scandal case.
- Eva Longoria responds to other driver’s threat of lawsuit.
- Gabriella Perez, a woman who ran a Beverly Hills salon, allegedly swindled enough money from Jennifer Aniston and other celebs to face 501 years in prison.
- Michael O’Hearn (aka ‘Titan’ on “American Gladiators”) wants more than $500,000 in damages from T-Mobile for using his likeness in an internet advertisement.
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