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Forced out of hiding, Casey Anthony made her first public appearance in over a year in a half Monday when she arrived in federal bankruptcy court.
A rattled Anthony tried to hide her face today as she waded through a mob of photographers and reporters when she arrived at the Tampa courthouse:Casey Anthony Back in Court
The appearance – her first in public since she was acquitted of killing her young daughter Caylee in 2011 – is related to her recent bankruptcy filing.
Casey Anthony clung to a man who exited the car with her as celebrity news outlets clamored for photos andMore >
Lindsay Lohan is certainly no stranger to being on the receiving end of a body cavity search. But a recent one may have violated more than her morals.
If the actress was subjected to a strip search at Lynwood Correctional Facility, lawyers want her to spill every detail of that experience in a deposition.
Lindsay’s name is included in class action lawsuit that alleges unlawful strip and body cavity searches were conducted by L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies.
The lawsuit has been filed on behalf of an inmate (not Lindsay Lohan) who recently checked into the jail. But she may be deposed asMore >
Men At Work forced to pay royalties on 80s hit song ‘Down Under’ on questionable copyright complaint
(HMG) – A judge has ordered Men At Work to hand over some of the royalties collected from their smash hit single Down Under, after earlier ruling they had plagiarized a children’s song. “Down Under” which celebrates Australia as a land where beer flows and “women glow,” topped the charts in the U.S. and U.K., in 1983, the year the band won the Grammy for Best New Artist.
A judge ruled that a distinctive flute riff of the song was found to have been taken from the 70 year old song Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gumtree. Men At Work songwriter and lead singer Colin Hay told the court thatMore >