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Actress Paz de la Huerta's career is ruined! Or, so she claims.

Do you remember the movie Nurse 3D? No? Well, you're not alone. Paz de la Huerta claims her injury while filming the movie and the director's horrible dub job wrecked her career. So, she's suing for $55 million.

Bill Cosby's rape drama continues.

After nearly 40 women have accused him of raping them since as far back as 1965, The New York Times found and published a decade-old deposition where Cosby seemingly admitted to drugging women to have sex with him.

Now, Cosby's lawyers want to know how the deposition, which was supposed to be sealed, got leaked.

Man Drowned in Demi Moore's Pool

It's a homeowner's worst nightmare. Someone died at your home.

Demi Moore must be reeling after she received news that a young man died at the pool at her home. Police aren't currently investigating the death as a homicide, but is Demi facing any liability?

Rapper 50 Cent just filed for bankruptcy! Is it no big deal, or will he be on the streets soon?

50 Cent recently filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Hartford, Connecticut. More specifically, he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. This move is a surprise to many, especially since Forbes estimated his net work to be at least $155 million this year. However, 50 Cent is downplaying the significance of the filing as simply a smart business decision to reorganize his financial affairs.

So, is the rapper facing financial ruin or not?

Josh Duggar and the Duggar clan may have thought they were in the clear when the statute of limitations for criminal sexual molestation passed. However, the Duggars may soon find themselves defending their actions in civil court.

One of Josh's victims is reportedly preparing to file a civil suit against Josh and his parents Jim Bob and Michelle.

If the statute of limitations is passed, how can the victim still sue?

Back in February, Caitlyn Jenner, then known as Bruce Jenner, was involved in a deadly multi-car crash on Pacific Coast Highway.

One woman died, and several other cars were damaged. Not long after, the victim's stepchildren sued Jenner for wrongful death. Now, Caitlyn Jenner was recently served with a second lawsuit.

The latest in a long line of accusations, lawsuits, denials, and countersuits, former supermodel Janice Dickinson has sued Bill Cosby for defamation. Dickinson claims Cosby's denials of her sexual assault allegations against him injured her reputation and caused her emotional distress.

The comedian/actor has been accused of sexual assault by over 40 women, but never charged criminally. Since the criminal statute of limitations has expired for Dickinson and many other alleged victims, civil lawsuits like this may be their only recourse.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Kim Richards, must pay a friend thousands of dollars in compensation for a dog bite.

Early last year, Kim Richard's friend Kay Rozario was visiting at Richards' house. According to Rozario, Richards' dog Kinglsey, without provocation, attacked Rozario. The 80-year-old victim suffered wounds to her left hand and right arm.

Rozario sued for more than a million dollars, claiming that Richards refused to pay her medical bills. A judge has ruled in Rozario's favor but only awarded her $4,083.53 for medical bills and $4,000 for emotional distress and trauma.

The words "John Daly love triangle" may sound like a nightmare you had when you fell asleep watching The Masters. Or like an earnest yet terrible golfer-turned-musician cover band. But the love life of the man with the loudest golf pants in the land may just end up in the highest court in the land.

Daly's former wife is suing his current fiancee for alienation of affection, alleging the woman broke up her marriage to the (in)famous golfer. So how did this marital spat make it all the way to the Supreme Court? Let's take a look.

After all his shenanigans, it's odd to see Justin Bieber getting a good report. The singer has just been given a good probation review, and news sources are calling the report "glowing." We would call it behaving normally, but what do we know.

Bieber is on probation after he plead no contest to misdemeanor vandalism last year. The singer was accused of throwing eggs at a neighbor's home causing thousands of dollars of damage. As part of his plea deal, he was sentenced to pay $80,900 in restitution to his neighbors, do five days of community labor, an anger management program, and two years probation, and to stay away from his neighbors for two years.