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Back in 2009, former UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon led a group of athletes in filing an antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA regarding the use of their likenesses in promotional materials. The suit was immediately recognized to have far-reaching implications for the NCAA – and thanks to some changes to the suit and a recent decision by a judge, the stakes are even higher.
The father of rapper Trick Daddy is suing Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie for $375,000. Normally we wouldn’t bat an eye at this because athletes are always getting sued left and right, but this one caught our attention because all of the money was allegedly spent at strip clubs.
A Blow-By-Blow Account Of The Fred Davis Lawsuit, Which Is The Strangest Lawsuit Involving A Female Pimp We’ve Seen Today
Let’s dive into the details here, which go well beyond “screwy” and comfortably enter “completely batshit” territory.
Brooke Hundley, the production assistant with which former ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips carried on an extramarital affair, has sued ESPN for wrongful termination.