Daily Archive: June 24, 2014

    LeBron’s ‘Alleged’ Daddy Loses Legal Battle for Millions From NBA Star

    *Media partner theJasmineBRAND.com has learned exclusively that the alleged father of Lebron James has lost his legal battle for MILLIONS against the NBA star and his mother, with his lawsuit being thrown out once again for good. Back in 2010, the 29-year-old Miami Heat star and his mother Gloria James were sued for millions by a man named Leciester Bryce Stovell. Stovell claimed that he met Gloria back […]

    ‘Freedom Summer’: PBS Takes Us Back to June 1964, Mississippi (Trailer)

    *In June of 1964, a campaign within the civil rights movement was launched to try and register as many African American voters as possible in Mississippi, where efforts by the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party disenfranchised the segregated state’s black population. More than 700 volunteers entered the state. White resistance was brutal.  The summer was marked with […]

    Lawsuit Accuses BET of Stealing Facebook Likes for ‘The Game’

    *Last year, an insurance agent named Stacey Mattocks sued Black Entertainment Television for stealing her 6 million Facebook “Likes” for “The Game” – an unprecedented legal maneuver that calls into question the value of that many  “Likes” on the social network. The Hollywood Reporter’s Eriq Gardner reports: The plaintiff had set up a Facebook page for […]

    Mugshot Hottie’s Mom Seeks Crowdsourcing Funds for His Defense

    *The mother of Jeremy Meeks is trying to cash in on all of the attention surrounding her son’s pretty mugshot. Katherine Angier has turned to the crowdsourcing site GoFundMe to raise money for her son’s defense. In the posting, pictured above, she wrote that her son “has a job and … he was on his way […]

    Michelle Obama, Janelle Monae to Attend Grammy Museum Luncheon

    *First Lady Michelle Obama will be in Los Angeles on July 16 as the keynote speaker for the Grammy Museum’s first inaugural Jane Ortner Education Award Luncheon, which recognizes teachers who make an outstanding use of music in their classroom instruction. The award was created by the Grammy Museum in partnership with entertainment attorney Charles […]