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Oops…they did it again. The Spears family (a.k.a. the consanguine of pop icon Ms. Britney Spears) has landed itself back in court, and back in the national news headlines this week. Cleverly coined “Britneygate,” the oh-so-entertaining dispute between Britney Spears’ mother, Lynne, and Britney’s ex-manager, Sam Lufti, is now set to play out in [...]Continue Reading →
The Terminator has added a new weapon to the arsenals of celebrities, like himself, who are waging an ongoing war against the paparazzi. This past Sunday, Governor Schwarzenegger signed an amendment to California’s anti-paparazzi law, which will allow lawsuits against media outlets that provide compensation for and first publish images that they knew [...]Continue Reading →
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Paparazzi sues New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wife Gisele after couple’s bodyguards allegedly shot at photographers.
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On April 11, 2008 By JETLaw April 11, 2008
Although she is only one of many stars that drive the lucrative celebrity news industry, in 2007 Britney Spears’ personal woes made her arguably the “most bankable star.” Many unique pictures of Britney fetched the paparazzi paychecks exceeding $10,000. Everywhere Britney goes, paparazzi follow, and follow dangerously. In early January 2008, four paparazzi [...]Continue Reading →
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