The TMZ round up!
LMAO!!!! TMZ don’t stop working. Here is a run down of some Sunday breaking news! Man, this a straight cut-n-paste job….lol…read below for the news and general YAP.
Chris Brown is firing back against the idea that paparazzi had nothing to do with his car accident yesterday … a rep for the singer tells TMZ he plans to sue the photogs involved.
As TMZ first reported, the paparazzi who were on the scene when Brown crashed Porsche claim they were not involved with the accident and only arrived on scene after the fact.
But Brown is sticking with his side of things … and his rep tells TMZ, “We plan on seeking criminal charges and holding them civilly liable.”
Stay tuned …
Future — the rapper behind the hit “Same Damn Time” — may have to multitask when it comes to parenting duties … ’cause ANOTHER woman is claiming he knocked her up.
TMZ has learned the most recent potential baby mama filed a lawsuit against Future in Georgia earlier this month … claiming she gave birth to his son on December 4th. She also wants Future to start paying child support for the newborn STAT.
The woman makes it clear in docs, if Future disputes the paternity … she wants a judge order him to take a DNA test … and make it official.
As we previously reported … Future just settled another baby mama paternity suit back in January — and agreed to pay $1,662 a month in child support for his 10-year-old son.
Thanksgiving’s gonna be fun this year.
Cee Lo Green is being sued over the 12, no 6, no 2 days of Christmas — specifically, the lawsuit alleges his people conspired to fleece an unsuspecting promoter out of hundreds of thousands of dollars over concerts that were never going to happen.
Cierra Management Group claims in its lawsuit, Cee Lo’s people approached them in November, 2011 with a proposition — doing a tour called “12 Days of Christmas.” Cierra would have had to front $100k per concert and it was too much money.
So Cee Lo’s peeps went back and proposed to slash XMAS in half and do 6 days at $100k each, but it was still too rich for Cierra’s blood.
So, according to the lawsuit, Cierra was offered a bargain basement Yuletide proposition — 2 concerts for a total of $243,000 including expenses. It was too tempting and Cierra agreed.
But here’s the deal … According to the suit, the concerts never took place and Cierra believes Cee Lo’s people never intended for them to take place. The suit claims it was all “a scheme designed to finagle funding capital for concerts they knew would not manifest.”
Cee Lo is not accused of being part of the conspiracy — although his people certainly are — but he’s being sued for allegedly refusing to perform the 2 concerts.
Cierra wants a whopping $14.2 million.
We contacted Cee Lo’s people and so far no response.
6 minutes ago by TMZ Staff
Marques Houston is so afraid his beef with Raz B could turn dangerous, that he obtained a temporary restraining order against his former friend … TMZ has learned.
Houston and Raz B (real name De’Mario Thornton) have been feuding since the middle of last year. According to docs filed by Houston last month, the feud began when Raz posted a video online accusing Houston of molesting him when he was a child(a claim Houston has denied).
In the docs, Houston claims the video “has caused me emotional distress and caused me to fear he will be violent toward himself and others.” Houston claims that Raz also spoken many times about killing people as well as killing himself.
Houston also claims in the docs that Raz (famous from his days in the band B2K) has threatened him specifically on the Internet several times and this has made him “fear that my life, my girlfriend’s life and the lives of my family and friends are in danger.”
A judge granted the temporary restraining order last month, requiring Raz to at least 100 yards away from Houston.
A hearing to make the order permanent is scheduled to go down tomorrow.
Calls to Raz B were not returned.
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