Celebrities tend to lead charmed lives. Yet despite their fabulous mansions and globetrotting lives, many celebrities still have to deal with high-risk lawsuits and legal problems. Here’s the roundup of last week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
Best known for her crazy relationship with Charlie Sheen and various run-ins with the law, socialite Brooke Mueller made tabloid headlines yet again this past week. Acting on allegations that Mueller was abusing substances yet again, the California Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) entered Mueller’s home and took away four-year-old sons Max and Bob to protect their safety.
Bode Miller and former girlfriend Sara McKenna’s paternity and child custody battle has heated up. Last week, Miller filed a request with a California judge to force McKenna to move back to CA with their one-month-old son, and to change the baby’s last name from McKenna to Miller.
To many Americans, celebrities seem to lead lives troubled only by gossip columns or award’s season losses. But Grammy awards, Olympic medals and credits for acting in big-name TV shows cannot protect them from becoming wrapped up in serious legal drama from time to time. Here’s the roundup of last week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
To most people, celebrities seem to have it all. They travel the world, live in beautiful mansions and enjoy all the good things in life. However, even the biggest stars can become embroiled in serious legal issues.
Deion Sanders has just won big in his ongoing custody war with estranged wife Pilar Sanders. Deion was awarded full physical and legal custody of their sons and shared physical and legal custody of their daughter.
To most people, the lives of celebrities seem glamorous and exciting. Stars live in expansive mansions and enjoy the best that life has to offer. However, even the most beloved celebrities find themselves in big legal trouble from time to time. Here’s the roundup of this week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
At this time of year, many of America’s favorite celebrities get to bask in the glow of the red carpet. However, not all stars attract attention for their powerhouse performances…or for tripping on their way to collect their Oscar. (Jennifer Lawrence, we love you.)
A paternity and custody petition filed by actor Jason Patric has been denied. Patric, better known for his roles in Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Lost Boys and Narc, made tabloid news headlines in late 2012 when details surrounding the birth of his biological son were revealed to the media.
It looks like reality television star and entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel will soon be facing a family court judge instead of the cameras of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York. As we first reported, Frankel issued a pensive statement to the tabloid media just before Christmas Eve with regard to her separation from second husband Jason Hoppy. Frankel then took things a step further over the course of the last week, officially filing for divorce in a New York court.