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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Legal Matters

Mike Scott facing up to 25 years in prison for felony drug possession

It looks like Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott is in some serious hot water. According to a report published by the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore on Wednesday, Scott is looking at a maximum of 25 years in prison on two separate felony drug charges after being arrested at a traffic stop last month. Scott…Read More

Donald Sterling sues V. Stiviano, TMZ over audio leak

Donald Sterling is making noise in courtrooms these days. Last week a report said he was filing for a divorce from wife Shelly, to whom he was married for nearly 60 years. On Monday TMZ shared that Sterling is suing them and V. Stiviano over the audio containing his racist comments that led to supreme…Read More

Kevin Ward family files wrongful death lawsuit against Tony Stewart

The family of Kevin Ward Jr. on Friday filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Tony Stewart, who killed their son during an Empire Super Sprints race nearly a year ago. Stewart, a three-time Sprint Cup champion, ran into Ward at high speeds while the race was under caution. An angry Ward had gotten out of…Read More

Clint Session accused of being deadbeat dad to special needs daughter

Former NFL linebacker Clint Session has a daughter who was born with several developmental disabilities, and the mother of the young girl claims Session does next to nothing to help care for her. According to court documents that were examined by Kyle Swenson of the New Times Broward-Palm Beach, the child’s mother, Davia Bradshaw, has…Read More

Barry Bonds officially out of the woods in obstruction of justice case

Barry Bonds did not lie about being injected with steroids or withhold information when he was asked in court about performance-enhancing drug use, at least as far as the U.S. Department of Justice is concerned. According to The Associated Press, the Department of Justice on Tuesday dropped its criminal prosecution of Bonds for obstruction of…Read More

Phil Mickelson linked to money laundering for sports gambling ring

Phil Mickelson has found his name linked to an illegal offshore gambling operation, as a report indicates that nearly $3 million of his money was transferred to an intermediary who pleaded guilty to money laundering last week. According to ESPN’s Outside the Lines, 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper Gregory Silveira pleaded guilty to three counts…Read More

Report: Astros hack was done from Cardinals’ spring training house

The FBI’s investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals allegedly stealing information from the Houston Astros is ongoing, and the discipline from Major League Baseball will ultimately depend on whether front office executives knew what was going on. At the very least, it would appear that the illegal hacking was conducted at a property that was…Read More

Ex-Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck pleads guilty to raping 15-year-old

Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a single count of rape in the fourth degree. The Baltimore Sun reports that no statement of facts was read out loud in court, but Shattuck said “yes” when a judge asked her if she committed the offense she was pleading guilty to, which…Read More

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