So this happened in August and I don't remember hearing about it, I could have been under a rock but apparently, Red Bull lost a lawsuit and they are going to have to pay a chunk of money to a lot of people.
Tom Cruise has resolved his problems with the magazines Life & Style and In Touch, who he was suing for $50 million after they claimed within their pages that he abandoned his daughter, Suri, after his divorce from Katie Holmes.
People will sue for just about anything these days. However, is it OK to sue because of possible false advertising? Do we as people assume that a make up won't last 24-hours but it would be awesome if it did?
Lady Gaga, her management at Atom Factory and her merchandising company Bravado are being sued over a line of Bratz dolls made in Gaga’s image and likeness. Actually, the dolls were never produced, so they are being sued for breach of contract for failing to approve the line of dolls…
Madonna drew controversy — nothing new in her world as she has been a magnet for it over the course of her entire career — at her MDNA tour opener in Tel Aviv. She caused a buzz for depicting French National Front leader Marine Le Pen with a swastika superimposed on her forehead.