Weekly PULSEon September 7, 2011 at 10:55 AM
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- Steven Seagal and Sheriff Joe Arpaio are now being sued for emotional distress and property damage after a high-profile, televised raid.
- Octomom’s doctor begged the court to temporarily return his medical license because he claims he is ‘barely surviving,’ but it was to no avail.
- A look at recent air travel mishaps by famous celebs.
- Lawsuit is dismissed after an apology was made by the Bellamy Brothers after alleging that Britney Spears’ hit song ‘Hold it Against Me,’ was a rip off of their 1979 hit song.
- Elvis Presley’s estate sues Arista Music for unpaid royalties from ringtones, downloads, and apps that feature Elvis’s hit songs.
- Evidence has surfaced suggesting the Motion Picture Association of America is the driving force behind a big Australian copyright case.
- ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ producers sue Fox Searchlight for $10 million in missing home video and tv licensing revenue.
- According to police Celine Dion was the victim of a fridge raiding burlary.
- The Game claims he was booted out of a LA restaurant because he was black. The restaurant claims they were simply enforcing their dress code.
- Plane full of Hockey stars crashes as it takes off in Russia.
- UK paintball facility issues warnings for extra padding after woman’s breast implant exploded during a game.
- Bonds’ sentencing for conviction of obstruction of justice is scheduled for December 16th.
- Is time running out for an NBA season?
- The New England Patriots add depth as they sign Brian Waters to a two year $5.5 million deal.
- Natasha’s Law in Texas will protect student athletes on the field.
- A federal judge has cleared the way for a second Roger Clemens perjury trial.
- UPS scores one of the largest sponsorship profiles in Division I college sports.
- Pittsburg Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall files lawsuit after a lucrative endorsement deal is cancelled because of tweet.
- Wrestling superstar Kurt Angle claims his BAC was ‘way under’ the legal limit and there may be proof to back up his story.
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