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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Legal Matters

Judge rules V. Stiviano owes Shelly Sterling $2.6 million

A judge has ordered V. Stiviano to pay $2.6 million to Shelly Sterling, the wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The ruling stems from a lawsuit that was filed by Shelly roughly one month before Donald’s explosive racist rant was released to the public. The Associated Press reports that Judge Richard Fruin…Read More

Photographer Robert Cusanelli banned from Aaron Hernandez trial

A photographer and editor from a local Boston news station was banned from the Aaron Hernandez murder trial on Thursday after he admitted to following a bus carrying jurors when they were dismissed Wednesday afternoon. The photographer, 54-year-old Robert Cusanelli, works for WHDH-TV. He testified in front of Judge E. Susan Garsh that he followed…Read More

Aaron Hernandez’s lawyers say Hernandez witnessed murder

Both the prosecution and defense read their closing arguments in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial on Tuesday morning, and we finally got a clear picture of what the former NFL tight end’s lawyers have been working up to for months. James Sultan, one of Hernandez’s attorneys, told the jury that Hernandez witnessed the murder of…Read More

Shayanna Jenkins disposed of 40-pound box for Aaron Hernandez

Shayanna Jenkins, the fiancee of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, continued her testimony in court on Monday with prosecutors trying to understand more about what happened in the days and months surrounding the murder of Odin Lloyd. She has revealed very little thus far. Jenkins has either been lying or has a…Read More

Carl Pelini sues ex-assistant coach Matt Edwards for defamation

Carl Pelini filed a lawsuit against his former assistant coach who helped get him fired at Florida Atlantic by accusing him of using drugs in 2013. In the lawsuit, Pelini, who went 5-15 over two seasons as head coach of the Owls, accuses his former defensive line and special teams coach Matt Edwards of defamation….Read More

Paul Pierce accused of leaving New York apartment ‘in shambles’

When Paul Pierce departed the Brooklyn Nets for the Washington Wizards, he left behind more than just 13.5 points per game and his veteran leadership. According to his former landlords, Pierce also left a high-end condo “in shambles.” According to Barbara Ross of the NY Daily News, the owners of a condo in Tribeca filed…Read More

Aaron Hernandez tried to hook up with his babysitter Jennifer Fortier

The babysitter for Aaron Hernandez’s family testified at the former tight end’s murder trial on Monday that Hernandez tried to hook up with her two days before the murder of Odin Lloyd. Jennifer Fortier, 28, said in a Bristol County court that she and a friend were out in Boston one night in June 2013…Read More

Bucs cheerleaders win $825K in lawsuit with team

A group of Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders settled for $825,000 after winning a lawsuit filed against the team. Former Bucs cheerleader Manouchcar Pierre-Val filed a lawsuit against the team last May alleging that they only paid the cheerleaders $100 per game and nothing for practice and only limited money for other team events. The class…Read More

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