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Luann de Lesseps pleads not guilty after Florida arrest

Luann de Lesseps pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a drunken arrest in Florida. The “Real Housewives of New York City” star was arrested in late December after being found in a Palm Beach hotel room that wasn’t hers, ...

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Mark Salling enters guilty plea in child pornography case

Guilty as charged. Mark Salling appeared in court on Monday to plead guilty to possession of child pornography involving a prepubescent minor, the Associated Press reported. Michael Proctor, Salling’s attorney, said in a statement to People that the troubled actor ...

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Rapper Mystikal pleads not guilty to rape, kidnapping charges

Mystikal entered a not-guilty plea to charges related to a 2016 incident in which he was accused of assault. The 46-year-old Louisiana rapper, real name Michael Lawrence Tyler, waived an arraignment in Caddo District Court on Monday, according to KSLA ...

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Trump says ‘it’s a shame’ Flynn pleaded guilty, blames FBI

President Trump blamed the FBI for charging Michael Flynn, his onetime national security adviser who is cooperating with Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. “He’s led a very strong life,” Trump said of the retired Army general, who on Friday pleaded guilty ...

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DMX agrees to plead guilty to tax evasion, faces 5 years in jail

Rapper DMX is ready to P-A-Y up. The performer, whose real name is Earl Simmons, agreed Thursday to plead guilty to a single count of evading taxes instead of going to trial on the 14 counts he was charged with, ...

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Ex-rap promoter James Rosemond guilty in slay of 50 Cent’s pal

A former hip-hop and rap promoter known as Jimmy Henchman has been found guilty in New York of ordering the killing of a friend of rapper 50 Cent. A federal jury Tuesday convicted James Rosemond on murder-for-hire charges. Rosemond was ...

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Greg Schiano found guilty in court of public opinion

The court of public opinion does not abide by the same laws as actual courts and because of that, Greg Schiano will not be the next head coach at the University of Tennessee. Part of the reason why is that ...

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Former USA Gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to sex abuse charges

A former USA Gymnastics team doctor accused of sexually abusing three Olympic medalists among dozens of other young women and girls pleaded guilty to multiple charges of criminal sexual assault. Dr. Larry Nassar on Wednesday admitted to abusing seven girls ...

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Woman faints after jury finds her guilty in murder-for-hire plot

It was a dramatic scene as a jury handed down a guilty verdict in Diana Lovejoy’s murder-for-hire case. According to KTLA, the 45-year-old fainted upon hearing the conviction. In response to Lovejoy’s loss of consciousness, the judge temporarily recessed the ...

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Tiger Woods pleads guilty to reckless driving

Tiger Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving Friday after he was arrested for driving under the influence in May. The golf champion will enter a program for first-time DUI offenders that requires him to spend a year on probation and ...

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