Rebecca Lindsey claims Gene Williams, host of his own TV show in Branson, Mo., assaulted her and breached his promise to pay for her album after she appeared on his show, because she rejected his demand for sex. See complaint in Springfield, Kan., Federal Court.
Farewell June, a "Christian" band, stiffed their manager for his commissions and expenses, Scott Williams claims in Williamson County Court, Franklin, Tenn. He also sued band members Robert "Jonas" Woods Jr. and Lisa Rich.
Jane Doe, an actress, demands $2.5 million from Szul Jewelry, Q2 Entertainment and Mitchell Goldman, claiming they altered a commercial to make it appear that she was having an orgasm, in New York County Court.
Sherrilyn Kenyon, author of"the Dark-Hunter series" and other works, claims her former employee Erika Thomas stole her password and with defendants Keith Rich and Lisa Rich defamed her and her business on the Internet, in Williamson County Court, Franklin, Tenn.
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