“Get Rich or Die Tryin'” rapper had previously been ordered to pay $5 million for posting video online
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“Get Rich or Die Tryin'” rapper filed for Chapter 11 after being hit with $5 million verdict in civil case
Judge sets a 50 percent royalty rate for Marvin Gaye’s relatives
Attorney Larissa Drohobyczer tells TheWrap there is sufficient evidence to open investigation
One alleged victim says she believes she was “targeted and drugged” by the comedian
“Not a single Caucasian has been subjected to this treatment,” attorney for embattled former rap mogul tells TheWrap
One alleged victim claims that she was 17 at the time of the attack
“This case is far from over. It is merely entering a new phase,” a new legal response states
Children of “Got to Give It Up” singer tell TheWrap they would have “welcomed a conversation” about licensing the song
The Gaye estate claims that each day that the song continues to be sold causes irreparable damage to their family while unjustly enriching the Thicke...
Inside the ‘Blurred Lines’ Trial: Marvin Gaye’s Son and His Attorney Reveal Details Behind $7.4 Million Verdict
“I didn’t think the jury had any doubt that they couldn’t rely on a single thing Robin Thicke said,” lawyer Paul Philips tells TheWrap
Jurors in the high-profile trial deliberated for two days before ruling in favor of Marvin Gaye’s family
Follow TheWrap’s live updates as our reporter covers the Los Angeles court battle between Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and Marvin Gaye’s estate
The pair went on a “campaign of changing statements,” Marvin Gaye’s family attorney says in his closing arguments
Robin Thicke is also in court and tells TheWrap: “I’m here to support Pharrell”
Williams and Thicke earned over $5 million each; T.I. earned over $700,000; Interscope Records, Universal Music Group and Williams’ label Star Trak split the remainder
Singer put on a free show for everyone in the courtroom, including Pharrell Williams and Marvin Gaye’s family
Family of R&B legend Marvin Gaye claims the hit song ripped off parts of his 1977 single, “Got to Give It Up”
“This is endemic of the entertainment industry,” Stone’s attorney Nicholas Hornberger tells TheWrap. “There are bad people who leech off people and this has got...
Alleged victims “will not be intimidated by Cosby’s money, fame and power,” says attorney
Asked which other character he’d like to play on the AMC series, Reedus mentions baby Judith, “i could just eat and poop and sleep thru...
Gloria Allred makes a proposition to “The Cosby Show” star: Either give his alleged victims their day in court, or put $100 million in a...
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirms to TheWrap that the man in jail is not the former “Stone Temple Pilots” frontman
“The Comeback” and “Friends” star was ordered to pay her former manager $1.6 million in February
Randy James and Ken Jacobson have filed a lawsuit against Miles Levy and Steve Blatt over the busy actor’s commissions
The musicians turned in a daytime performance at the famous Whisky A Go Go
Among moments at Los Angeles’ Staples Center that viewers missed on the awards telecast, included the audience’s visual impression over Lorde only being 17 years...