Weekly PULSEon September 11, 2012 at 4:31 PM
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- R. Kelly’s tax bill has increased by more than a $1 million.
- Miley Cyrus is under investigation for battery.
- Jury awards casino mogul Steve Wynn $20 million in damages resulting from the slanderous accusations made by “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis.
- Chinese firms placing products in American films.
- Musicians accuse Usher of copyright infringement over hit single.
- Insurance claims regarding Michael Jackson’s death being dropped.
- Britney Spears strikes a settlement in sexual harassment lawsuit.
- Olympic gold medalist being sued by her parents for libel, slander, and defamation.
- Justin Timberlake poised to become part-owner of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies.
- Possible lawsuit looming in the NFL regarding colluding NFL owners that would blow ‘bountygate’ out of the water.
- Buffalo Bill Mario Williams is unhappy with the NFL replacement referees.
- Federal judge asked to determine if former ABA owners are entitled to a greater share of the broadcast revenues, than they are currently receiving.
- Suspensions for ‘bountgate’ players overturned.
- Colorado school district bans certain jersey numbers due to gang affiliations.
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