The Sean Penn lawsuit against Lee Daniels is gaining some traction.
The Empire creator wanted to take their case to federal court, but he decided against it and paid Penn’s legal fees. The case will now take place at a New York state court.
According to Deadline:
While no dollar amount was given, sources tell me that the payment by Daniels was for Penn’s legal fees, as the Oscar winner’s primary attorney Mathew Rosengart requested on October 22. A proposed order to Judge Edgardo Ramos was submitted today as well (read it here) formally moving the matter back to the N.Y State courts.
This all comes after Penn filed a defamation lawsuit due to comments Daniels made in an interview about Penn’s alleged abuse toward his then-wife, Madonna.
Soulja Boy‘s original Wikipedia page has surfaced online, thanks to Reddit. The link just proves that the Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood star has been braggadocio from his career inception. The page was up and running at 15, without the general public even knowing who the future “snap star” would be.
Take a look at Soulja’s confidence: “As of now Soulja Boy is sure to land a deal soon. Soulja Boy is the next big thing to arise in the Hip Hop Scene. Only being 15 years old of age and accomplished this much.” It’s worth an entire read.
Ray J knows exactly what it’s like to be a matchmaker, because he is the consummate model of love – remember For the Love of Ray J? Now, WeTV is making him the chosen one in their new dating show Driven to Love. Ray will drive around a dating prospect while he gives them advice, and they will choose a match from a group of candidates. They will then figure out if they want to keep driving with that date, or drop them off. If it’s a match, the two dating hopefuls will be whisked off for a romantic escape with the goal of a budding relationship. We just hope there are nicknames involved.
The trailer for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is out and it looks action-packed. The Michael Bay flick follows an American ambassador who gets killed at the Libyan embassy and a security team attempts to figure out where things went wrong. Look for 13 Hours to hit theaters January 15, 2016. Peep the trailer up top.