Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf, sisters in the popular EDM group Krewella, have reacted to a $5 million lawsuit filed by founding member Kris Trindl with a wildly different account of what caused his departure.
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In September, Trindl went to Los Angeles Superior Court with his own story about what went wrong: Three individuals form a group out of an Illinois high school, swear on tattoos they would commit to Krewella and then fall apart. The story raised eyebrows throughout the electronic music scene
What it means to be fit is an age-old question that changes with the cultural currents. The question, though, is going to be examined in a federal trial in a Florida courtroom soon thanks to a novel dispute involving The Biggest Loser season-seven contestant Tara Costa, who became a breakout star after amazing feats like pulling a two-ton car.
When she finished that season in second place after losing 155 pounds, she assigned her publicity rights to The Champions Fund (TCF). In turn, that company made a promotional deal with FC Online Marketing Inc., which owns ILoveKickboxing.com.
In July 2013, FC Online sued Costa and TCF for allegedly breaching a contract,
So we finally found out #WhoKilledSam, and it was… Wes? “Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me” had its hand on the suspense tiller for this one, initially teasing that Michaela had somehow killed him by causing him to fall over the railing. And as you may have guessed, this “Winter Finale” of “How To Get Away With Murder” had very little to do with the law.
#HTGAWM in 140 Characters: More flashbacks puzzle put together. Wes killed Sam with trophy. Kids threw Sam’s pieces in dumpster. Annalise knows but seems OK with it.
Annalise ends by telling the Keating Five to tell the truth, but we all know she doesn’t mean it. Check out these other legal lies from the show’s bloody mid-season finale:
President Obama has announced that he will take executive action to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
This executive order, announced in the president’s speech to the nation Thursday night, will not grant amnesty or any sort of permanent legal status to those illegal immigrants covered by the action. But as NPR reports, it may prevent up to 5 million immigrants from being deported.
Here are five things that immigrants and their families should know about President Obama’s executive immigration order:
A California couple has been charged for an alleged conspiracy to make and distribute pot on the recent incarnation of a black-market website, Silk Road 2.0.
David Schell, 54, and Teri Schell, 59, of Durham, were indicted by a federal grand jury on Thursday for conspiracy to make and distribute marijuana on the illicit Internet hub. According to Sacramento’s KXTV, the couple were charged with 11 criminal counts relating to their alleged scheme to sell pot and pot products online.
So how do these pot growers fit into Silk Road 2.0?
Wilson said that he would resign in hopes of taking the pressure off his colleagues, as well as to protect himself. He was concerned, however, that if he resigned while the grand jury was hearing evidence in the case, it would incriminate him, CNN notes.
Annalise is packing Sam’s stuff like Bernadine in Waiting to Exhale and tells him, “Get your things and get out, you philandering, impregnating murderer!” Sam “baby, baby” pleads for a hot second, but when Annalise describes how her sidepiece, Nate, puts it down, things turn violent. Sam chokes Annalise up against a wall, but his hands around her neck don’t stop her from talking smack: “I bet you did kill Lila, huh? You enjoyed it, didn’t you? Strangling her. Letting the life go out of her body. … You want to do it to me now, don’t you? Go ahead. Do it. Kill me!” He calls her a monster, a piece of ass and a disgusting slut, and she leaves the house. Geez. That was intense.