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Village People Founder Allows Trump to Use ‘Y.M.C.A.’ to Block Potential Lawsuit

[ad_1] Exclusive President Trump should have one less thing to worry about — the cop from the Village People’s giving him the thumbs up to use “Y.M.C.A.” … in hopes POTUS won’t get sued for it. Victor Willis — the founding member and lead singer of VP — says the potential lawsuit brewing over the unauthorized use of their hit song at Trump rallies is meritless and won’t succeed. That’s because Victor says his music company owns the U.S. copyright … and he’s decided to issue a retroactive nonexclusive license…

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Jeff Bezos Wins Defamation Lawsuit Brought by GF’s Brother

[ad_1] Jeff Bezos just scored a big legal victory, annihilating his girlfriend’s brother in court. A judge just told Michael Sanchez to take a hike, dismissing his defamation suit against the richest man in the world. As we reported, Sanchez, the brother of Jeff’s GF Lauren Sanchez, claimed Bezos told reporters it was Michael who leaked those graphic texts and nude photos of JB to the National Enquirer. It appears Lauren sent the texts and photos to Michael but never thought he’d try and sell them. Michael insists he was…

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Johnny Depp Loses Wife-Beating Lawsuit, Ruling Could Derail Career

[ad_1] Breaking News Johnny Depp just suffered a gigantic miscalculation … he lost his libel lawsuit in the UK in which he tried to clear his name against allegations he abused his ex, Amber Heard, and this could have a seismic impact on his career. The A-list actor got shot down in his claim against The Sun, one of its editors and its publisher, News Group Newspapers, for an article it published in 2018 where they flat-out called him a “wife-beater” referring to his marriage to Amber Heard in the…

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Michael Jackson Accuser James Safechuck Loses Revived Abuse Lawsuit

[ad_1] One of Michael Jackson‘s “Leaving Neverland” accusers just suffered a huge defeat in court … the judge threw out his revived lawsuit over alleged abuse. James Safechuck‘s 2014 lawsuit against MJ’s companies — MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures Inc. — was brought back to life by the State of California earlier this year … when Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law extending the statute of limitations for alleged victims. The upshot of the judge’s opinion is that Safechuck and his legal team presented no facts to support their key…

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