Lisa Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd have been sued over a gay bar property dispute, The Wrap reports.On Wednesday, Ryan Carrillo and Andrew Gruver named The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars as defendants in a lawsuit, claiming the couple took the West Hollywood location where they had planned to open their gay sports bar.
Amanda Bynes' doctors have extended the actress' psychiatric hold for another 30 days, TMZ reports.
The Team Brandi Glanville vs. Team LeAnn Rimes battle is alive and well.
Donald Trump may be spending his Apprentice summer hiatus in court.
The drama has gone from Wisteria Lane to the courtroom.
On Friday, Nicollette Sheridan took the stand during the trial against Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, whom she is suing. She alleges he fired her because she complained that he attacked her on set.
Just two days before Saturday's crucial GOP primary in South Carolina, Nightline has what's characterized as a "bombshell" interview with Newt Gingrich's (second) ex-wife, Marianne.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. paid out its first settlements Thursday to 37 of the roughly 740 victims in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.
Although Shane Sparks told TVGuide.com that he'd be fighting the "bogus allegations" of child molestation stemming from his arrest in 2009, he has pleaded no contest to a single felony count of having unlawful sex with a minor under 16.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the former America's Best Dance Crew judge and Emmy-nominated So You Think You Can Dance choreographer entered into a plea deal Tuesday at Los Angeles County Superior Court in which eight felonies in connection with alleged sex acts would be dismissed in return for his pleading no contest to the single felony.
Following his recent anti-gay comments made during a stand-up show, Tracy Morgan has continued to apologize for his insensitivity, publically calling homophobia a "sickness," speaking with gay rights group GLAAD and planning to meet with LGBT youth community members in New York.
Tracy Morgan apologizes for homophobic rant: "I'm not a hateful person"
During a June 3 show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Morgan went on a homophobic rant during which he said he would "pull out a knife and stab" his son if he were gay. After being...
The woman who made a sexual harassment claim against Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd that led to his resignation has identified herself as former soft-core porn actress and reality star Jodie Fisher.Check out photos of Jodie FisherFisher, who worked as a contractor for HP, said in a statement Sunday through her lawyer, Gloria Allred, that she never had an affair or an "intimate sexual relationship" with Hurd and that she never intended for her claims to cost him his job."I was surprised ...
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