The actor, who lost his battle to colon cancer on Aug. 28 at the age of 43, died “intestate” — meaning he had no will.
Angelina Jolie asked Monday that the private judge overseeing her divorce from Brad Pitt be disqualified from the case because of insufficient disclosures of his business relationships with one of Pitt's attorneys. In a filing in Los Angeles Superior Court, Jolie argues that Judge John W. Ouderkirk should be taken off the divorce case that she filed in 2016 because he was too late and not forthcoming enough about other cases he was hired for involving Pitt attorney Anne C. Kiley.
The former "Empire" actor has broken his silence to maintain his innocence.
Kim Jenner, 27, waived her anonymity to reveal that a smear test she had following her rape identified pre-cancerous cells which needed treatment.
And, in an especially defiant move, the "I Want Candy" singer showed up at court with his Backstreet Boys brother Nick's rape accuser.
The couple avoided a prison sentence at court in Sydney after leaving their daughter, now three, so malnourished that she had no teeth, developed rickets and could not stand.
Lori Loughlin ‘Is Remorseful and Has Regrets’ Amid College Admissions Scandal: Source
Felicity Huffman was back in federal court in Boston on Monday to enter a guilty plea in the college admissions scandal.
While a date with Lady Justice is very different than a red carpet, familiar terrain for the Hollywood stars, what the defendants wear still plays a big part.
Lady Gaga's deposition by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald's attorney in the music producer's ongoing legal battle with Kesha was unsealed Tuesday.
An Australian court magistrate asked a woman after she'd been charged with drunk driving if she had a sweater to tie around her waist, because her denim shorts were deemed "completely inappropriate."
In screenshots of the text message conversation, the mother says that she "wasn't aware payment was involved" in her agreement to have the sitter watch her children.
The sentence means that Cosby, once known as "America's Dad," will spend at least three years behind bars and then will become eligible for supervised release, although that's not guaranteed.