Usher Raymond and his ex-Tameka are back in court and this time Tameka, wants a judge to punish Usher for being a lousy dad who does whatever the hell he pleases with their kids and makes her life a living hell.
According to court documents she’s filed in Georgia, back in July, Usher stormed out of a co-parenting class they were ordered to attend … and he hasn’t been back since. She says she’s begged him to return — but so far, he’s just ignored her.
Usher has primary custody of their two sons … but she says he’s supposed to make important family decisions with her — especially decisions about schooling, travel and activities.
Tameka is not happy and claims Usher has shut her out. She never knows where he takes the boys or what he’s doing with them. She’s especially pissed that he signed up one of the boys for football practice — without her approval.
She wants a judge to hold Usher in contempt and order him to be a better co-parent.
Halle Berry and husband Olivier Martinez have welcomed their first child together, and it is a cute baby boy…
The Oscar winning actress gave birth to a baby boy in Los Angeles yesterday and this is the second child for the 47-year-old Die Another Day star, who has a five-year-old daughter, Nahla, with ex-fiancé Gabriel Aubry.
Halle Berry delivered at Cedars Sinai Hospital, where countless celebrity children have been born over the years.
Congrats Halle Berry!
Lauryn Hill, 38, was released from prison on Friday and she decided to celebrate her release with a new song-Consumerism…
In a press release, Hill mentioned that;
“Consumerism is part of some material I was trying to finish before I had to come in. We did our best to eek out a mix via verbal and emailed direction, thanks to the crew of surrogate ears on the other side,”
Lauryn Hill was convicted of income tax evasion in May and was sentenced to three months in federal prison after paying $900,000 in back taxes.
After Pop star-Michael Jackson’s death on June 25, 2009 at age 50, his family brought a civil lawsuit of wrongful death against concert promoter AEG Live, seeking up to $40 billion…
Yesterday, a jury in California found that AEG was not in any way liable for the actions of Michael’s former personal physician Conrad Murray.
The jury found that AEG had hired Murray as Jackson’s personal physician, but that Murray was competent to practice medicine because he held a valid medical license.