•   
  •   
  •   

Entertainment Lil Wayne Reaches Settlement in Lawsuit Against Cash Money: Report

21:46  07 june  2018
21:46  07 june  2018 Source:   billboard.com

Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis reach historical $210 million settlement with sex abuse survivors

  Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis reach historical $210 million settlement with sex abuse survivors The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has agreed to pay hundreds of sexual abuse survivors a $210 million settlement, which attorneys have dubbed the largest payout of its kind. St. Paul attorney Jeff Anderson during an emotional press conference Thursday afternoon called the huge settlement “a story of trauma and triumph and the pursuit of truth and accountability,” the Star Tribune reported. He appeared to tear up during the announcement, explaining that his feelings were “overwhelming.

Lil Wayne finally scored a big win in his ongoing legal battle with Cash Money Records on Wednesday (June 6), according to The Blast. Court documents filed by Wayne 's attorney Howard King (obtained by The Blast) claim that all sides in the lawsuit were willing to move forward and dismiss the suit .

Lil Wayne ’s lengthy legal battle may finally be over. The Young Money rapper has reportedly scored a victory in his ongoing fight against Birdman and Wayne received a significant payday “well over million” to settle the suit , according to the report . The money reportedly came from Universal

a man wearing a hat and sunglasses: Lil Wayne © Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Neiman Marcus Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne has reportedly scored a big win in his ongoing legal battle with Cash Money Records on Wednesday (June 6), which means his long-delayed album Tha Carter V could arrive sooner than we think. 

Court documents filed by Wayne's attorney Howard King (obtained by The Blast) claim that all sides in the lawsuit were willing to move forward and dismiss the suit. Sources also claim that Wayne walked away with a settlement of "well over $10 million."

Media maven Karen Civil has since taken to Twitter to clear the air. "A portion of the information released today is true, a settlement has been reached, but the dollar amount being disclosed is false," she wrote. "Lil Wayne’s PR team will send out a statement shortly with accurate updates."

Keith Mumphery sues Michigan State, says false rape claim ended his NFL career

  Keith Mumphery sues Michigan State, says false rape claim ended his NFL career A year ago today, the Texans released Keith Mumphery, after a report emerged that Michigan State had banned him from campus and expelled him from its graduate school stemming from a rape accusation before he was drafted in 2015. Now Mumphery is suing his school. A year ago today, the Texans released Keith Mumphery, after a report emerged that Michigan State had banned him from campus and expelled him from its graduate school stemming from a rape accusation before he was drafted in 2015. Now Mumphery is suing his school.

Lil Wayne Wins Lawsuit Against Birdman and Cash Money Records - Продолжительность: 5:34 Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM385 556 просмотров. Lil Wayne WINS Against Birdman, Will Get M From Him - Продолжительность: 2:25 JDBMediaENT586 просмотров.

Lil Wayne has reportedly scored a big win in his ongoing legal battle with Cash Money Records on Wednesday (June 6), which means his long-delayed album 'Tha

Wayne and Birdman's strained relationship has played out in the public for years. In 2015, Wayne sued Cash Money for $51 million, claiming the record label violated his contract terms and withheld tons of money after delaying his album Tha Carter V several times.

In the years since, Wayne has called out the Cash Money CEO during multiple onstage performances and Birdman repeatedly promised the release of Carter V. Recently, things started to look up for Wayne and Birdman, as they were spotted together at a club back in March. Birdman posted a photo of him and Wayne at a club with the caption, "Me and my SON."

Billboard reached out to King, who had no comment.

NCAA settles CTE lawsuit .
The NCAA settled a lawsuit with the widow of former Texas football player Greg Ploetz, who suffered with CTE and died in 2015. After a three-day trial in a Dallas courtroom, the NCAA agreed to an undisclosed monetary settlement with Debra Hardin-Ploetz, who brought the lawsuit.The suit claimed that the NCAA did not properly inform Ploetz of the overall health risks associated with repeated blows to the head. It was the first lawsuit of its kind. According to the Associated Press, the suit stated that Ploetz had "memory loss, difficulty communicating and confusion.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!