Weekly PULSEon November 9, 2011 at 1:42 PM
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- ‘Girls Gone Wild’ founder Joe Francis is taking the Wynn to court for attempting to force him to pay his bills.
- Woman sues Justin Bieber claiming she took his virginity and he knocked her up.
- The 3rd Circuit has thrown out the case against CBS for the “wardrobe malfunction“ during the 2004 Superbowl.
- Man featured on ‘To Catch a Predator,’ sues NBC for violating his right to privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
- A German cleaning lady mistook an artistic stain for an actual stain and ruined a $1.1 million work of art by scrubbing it clean.
- Jersey Shore’s Vinny invited to be a guest speaker at Columbia’s law school.
- Are movie stars overpaid? Forbes.com says yes.
- Conrad Murray: A precedent set.
- Pitbull is questioning Lohan’s residency claim in her suit against the rapper.
- Andy Samberg and NBC are being sued over ‘SNL’ sketches “Shy Ronnie” and “Like a Boss.”
- The Mets have settled with a woman who had her back broken when an obese drunk man fell on her at Shea Stadium.
- Terrell Owens sues Greenberg Traurig for convincing him to invest $2 million in a sham real estate deal.
- Full Tilt Poker reaches a deal with the DOJ to resume operations outside of the US.
- Arrest warrant out for Terrell Owens after he fails to appear for court.
- The Los Angeles Dodgers deal is a warning to other teams.
- Illinois congressman compares the NCAA’s control over student-athletes to that of the mafia.
- As the Penn State scandal grows Happy Valley will never be the same.
- Forcing the Minnesota Vikings to stay in Minnesota.
- A fan’s guide to the NBA lockout.
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