Soon after The Sun reported Radiohead was considering legal action against Lana Del Rey over alleged substantial similarities between her "Get Free" and their 1993 song "Creep," negotiations broke down. Del Rey confirmed this via Twitter.
The three women of the 1970s rap group The Sequence have sued Bruno Mars and songwriter Mark Ronson, claiming the Grammy-winning hit song, "Uptown Funk," violates the copyright of the trio's 1979 single, "Funk You Up."
In 2016, "Uptown Funk" was certified "diamond" by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), signifying at least 10 million copies sold. It is only the 13th song recognized with diamond level status by the RIAA, and more recent estimates put record sales around 17 mi...
After comedian Rosie O'Donnell offered $2 million to two Republican senators to vote against the GOP tax bill on Twitter, conservatives across the Internet began calling for formal charges of bribery against her.
Six women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct have brought a class action racketeering lawsuit against him, his former production companies, law firms and the Israeli security firm Black Cube, alleging that the defendants worked together to cover up Weinstein's behavior in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).
Yesterday a New York state judge heard arguments from both sides in the defamation lawsuit of Summer Zervos, former contestant on The Apprentice, against President Donald Trump. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter will now rule on whether the case should move forward to trial.
Earlier this week, word leaked that Gigi Hadid and several other top models had been denied entry to China for the Victoria Secret’s Fashion Show in Shanghai. Today we learned that Katy Perry’s visa application has met the same fate.
The Northern California branch of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is standing up for the freedom of speech over a blog post that Taylor Swift says is defamatory because it links her with white supremacists.
High school senior KC Miller wrote the Pennsylvania Healthy Youth Act to advocate for comprehensive sex ed in his state, and after garnering support from grassroots organizations, he plans to take it to the Pennsylvania legislature.
Through her attorney Gloria Allred, an actress named only as "Jane Doe" has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court, claiming producer Harvey Weinstein masturbated in front of her on one occasion and raped her on another.
Actress, model and entrepreneur Blac Chyna (legal name Angela White) has sued ex-fiancè Rob Kardashian and his mother and sisters, alleging that the reality TV family used their influence with the E! network to get her show, Rob & Chyna, cancelled.
In a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the company seeks $30 million in damages, alleging that the Fox Broadcasting Co. used the boxing legend’s identity without authorization in a pre-Super Bowl promotional video.