Fake Mariah Carey Promoters Sentenced For Wire Fraud Scam
Two California men have been charged with wire fraud after pretending to be promoters of popstar Mariah Carey and swindling two companies out of more than $100,000. The Lesbian Gay Community Network of Western Michigan (now known as the Grand Rapids Pride Center) was one of the two organizations... Read more
Supreme Court Ruling May Open Ticketmaster to More Lawsuits
A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on a class-action lawsuit against Apple could mean trouble for Ticketmaster, according to analysis posted by several outlets. Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh joined the four liberal-leaning justices in a 5-4 decision that the lawsuit – which claims Apple violates antitrust rules with... Read more
Remy Ma, Safaree Sued Over Failure To Play Benefit Concert
Rappers Remy Ma and Safaree are being sued after they failed to show up to a benefit concert they had agreed to play last year. The benefit show was slated to take place at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago on April 21, 2018. While the rappers had signed a... Read more
Britney Spears Reportedly Wants To End 11-Year Long Conservatorship
Popstar Britney Spears spent the past several months telling fans on social media that she voluntarily checked herself into a mental health facility, but a new report shows that the singer told a judge at a hearing on Friday that her father, Jamie, forced her to go to the... Read more
Ticketmaster’s TradeDesk Targeted In Proposed California Legislation
A California government official has proposed legislation that would ban Ticketmaster’s “secret scalper program,” TradeDesk, from selling tickets on the secondary market. According to the Toronto Star, Assembly Member Bill Quirk proposed the legislation following scathing reports last year exposing TradeDesk. During the annual Ticket Summit conference in Las Vegas, held... Read more
Man Sentenced For Selling Counterfeit Superbowl, NCAA Tickets
A Georgia man was sentenced to more than four years in prison after pleading guilty to selling counterfeit tickets to the Super Bowl, as well as All-Star and NCAA Championship games. Eugene Smith, 45, of Lithonia, was charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to traffic... Read more
Flyers With Swastikas Were Dropped By A Drone Outside An Ariana Grande Show
Over the weekend, students at Sacramento State University became concerned after a drone dropped flyers with swastikas and anti-media messages on them outside an Ariana Grande concert and on the school’s grounds. The school’s newspaper, The State Hornet, reported that the flyers said “the press is the enemy” and... Read more
Concert At Marist College Shut Down Amid Bomb Threats
During a concert on Sunday night at Marist College, a bomb threat was reported, sending concertgoers into a frenzy as they tried to evacuate the building. The choral performance took place at the Culinary Institute of America. In the middle of the show, a woman reported a man went... Read more
R. Kelly Refutes Civil Lawsuit, Claims He Could Not Read Court Documents
Last week, R&B singer R. Kelly failed to show up to a court appearance, causing the judge to side with one of his alleged sexual abuse victims. Now, the singer’s lawyers are claiming that the signed court papers should be ruled out because of his inability to read. Heather... Read more
Rodney Peete Named In Lawsuit For Unpaid Super Bowl Tickets
Former Eagles quarterback Rodney Peete has been named in a lawsuit for allegedly owing a ticket broker thousands of dollars in unpaid dues for tickets to Super Bowl LIII, TMZ reports. The report claims that Peete bought eight tickets to see the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams... Read more