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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s Pre-Wedding Party in Italy -- Perez Hilton
Demi Moore: Happy, Healthy and ‘Not Jealous’ -- Daily Mail
Erotic Film Star Sylvia Kristel Dead at 60 -- Us Mag
Student Parody of Rihanna Assault Sparks Outrage -- Time
Singers Rihanna, Chris Brown and Drake could come face to face at MTV’s Video Music Awards in September.
Singers Drake and Rihanna lead the 2012 MTV Music Video Award nominations with five nods each.
After basketball star Tony Parker announced a $20-million lawsuit against W.i.P. nightclub on Thursday, the club said there was no way they could have predicted what went down between Chris Brown and Drake, sources tell TMZ.
San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker is going after W.i.P. nightclub with a $20-million lawsuit for injuries he suffered in the brawl between Chris Brown and Drake’s entourages, reports TMZ.
No more nights in da club. W.i.P. -- the NYC establishment where rappers Chris Brown and Drake got into a bottle-throwing melee -- has been indefinitely closed for various code violations.
Although the reported violations are unrelated to the hip-hop bar brawl, per se, law enforcement sources told TMZ that the Civil Enforcement Unit (a division of the NYPD) had previously been looking into violations at the club and the fight gave them the opportunity to further investigate.
At this time, TMZ reports the cops have "no suspects, complaints or arrest warrants” concerning the bar fight.
The latest rumor stemming from this week’s intense bar fight between hip-hop stars Chris Brown and Drake is that Drake will be arrested for throwing a bottle – but TMZ reports the rumor is false.
According to a report from the NY Post, a single witness allegedly told cops Drake threw the bottle, which could bring a reckless endangerment charge.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ, however, that the cops have "no suspects, complaints or arrest warrants at this time."