He wants to se West behind bars so bad that he says he wont settle for any amount of money. Ramos acquired famed attorney Gloria Allred to lead his legal team. Allred has hit the ground running.
Shes already sent Kanye West a notice requesting him to appear for a deposition. If Kanye gets deposed, we hope its as good as Lil Wayne and Justion Biebers deposition videos because Kanyes cup
runneth over with passion and fervor so one wrong question and it could be World War Z in that court room.
Dogecoin, second most popular digital currency after Bitcoin, has always had a philanthropist vibe. It is commonly used to tip people for the content they add online, with Dogetipbot managing
transactions on Reddit, and TipDoge on Twitter. The price is kept artificially low in order to promote the tipping nature of the coin. Doge4Water is a fundraiser designed to give water to those
in developing countries where the lack of sanitation creates diseases in the population that kill more people than war. Paul Young, Director of Digital for charity water, admitted it was among
the most inventive campaigns they had ever seen.
The YouTube co-founder initially tried to argue before a judge that the NDA he had signed wasnt a proper one but, Radar Online informs, the judge dismissed his argument, siding with Kim and Kanye
and allowing the case to proceed to trial. A hearing has been set for November 17, unless both parties reach some sort of agreement before that. However, the reality star and the rapper seemed
hell-bent to see Hurley pay for what he did, so chances of that are probably slim. TMZ notes that the judge dismissed all of Hurleys claims by stating the obvious: the confidentiality agreement
was just one page long and included the word confidential in block letters right at the top, which was pretty impossible to miss. In other words, he might have tried to hint that he had no idea
the paper he signed was legally binding, but theres no getting away around that.
STORY:YouTube Founder Asks Why Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Aren't Suing TMZ Eventually, the case could make tabloids and legal geeks alike happy. In his anti-SLAPP motion, Hurley signaled his
intent to pursue a defense that the release form he signed isn't valid because of a lack of consideration. Hurley argues that he doesn't see appearing on television as a benefit. What's more,
Hurley is addressing the issue of website "confidentiality" in the era of nearly omnipresent reality-TV cameras. In contrast to the plaintiff's
experts, who opine that Keeping Up with the Kardashians should have had the value of first publishing the marriage proposal, Hurley argues that there was no decision at the time of the event
whether the show would be featuring it.
"If I did what he did to me, I'd be behind bars," he said. "I was doing my job and he broke the law." The photographer said he is fearful of retaliation because of comments West made on the
"Jimmy Kimmel" show in October. When asked about paparazzi, West said, "It's not safe for you in this zoo. Never think that I'm not from Chicago for one second." Ramos is suing West and attended
Monday's hearing accompanied by his lawyer, Gloria Allred. Prosecutors declined to file felony charges against West, but city prosecutors decided to pursue misdemeanor charges. Each count carried
a penalty of up to six months in jail or a $1,000 fine.