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February 15, 2005

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Paul Rodriguez $1M Forgery Lawsuit

February 15, 2005 04:11:16 GMT

Comedian Paul Rodriguez sues his ex-manager, Scott Montoya and his company, Payaso Entertainment, for forgering his signature to gain ownership of the film "The Latin Kings of Comedy" and struck a deal with major studio, Paramount Pictures to distribute the film after their 2001 agreement to split profits from the movie.

In the Superior Court lawsuit he filed on February 10, 2005, Rodriguez demanded $1million compensation for the forgery.
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Matthew Perry is Back Home After Hospital Stay

February 15, 2005 03:53:24 GMT

"Friends" actor, Matthew Perry, is back home after his overnight hospital stayed for doctor-ordered observation at Los Angeles' UCLA hospital after being treated for alcohol and prescription drug addiction.

Perry's in and out of prescription drug addiction rehabilitation since 1997, has been claimed by his publicist, Lisa Kasteler, to have nothing to do with his hospitalization. Further she says that Perry is now in home and that he's fine. Get well soon bro.
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Will Smith's Drama Comedy "Hitch" Tops Box Office

February 15, 2005 03:27:51 GMT

Will Smith's romantic drama comedy, Hitch, in which he plays a matchmaker with love troubles of his own, has topped Box Office and debuted as the top movie with $43.1 million gross in its opening weekend happened to be valentine day. This success has led "Hitch" up above some other movies, like the horror flick "Boogeyman" with $10.8 million and road comedy "Are We There Yet?" with $8.5 million.

This achievement becomes the seventh time for Smith to be headlined a movie that has opened with at least $40 million, gives him an opening weekend average of $34 million, the best of any leading man. "Hitch", which costars Kevin James and Eva Mendes, has in fact worth Smith as somewhat king of action without any hesitation.
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Fonda's Fight Against Bulimia

February 15, 2005 02:53:44 GMT

Hollywood actress, Jane Fonda, has willingly shared her 35 years experience struggling against bulimia, which she used to think was the best way to gain a physical perfection, with Montana State University's Girls for a Change Conference held on February 12, 2005. Had to work hard over her life-long negative body image, Fonda pursued the audiences to start solving their problem, overcoming the "disease" and confronting the world on every level.

As quoted Fonda said "it's going to have to be the girls who do it." Thus all the girls should not make the same mistake with hers, who had mistook the physical hunger for spiritual hunger. Further, Fonda said that adolescent female should become aware of their body, yet not let them selves intimidated by any inadequacy feelings.
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Janet Jackson's $120 Million Lawsuit

February 15, 2005 02:21:52 GMT

Janet Jackson is now facing a $120 million lawsuit filed by Bronx resident, Leonard Salati, who claims to be allegedly choked and dragged down the step of the Marquee club on February 4, 2005 by two of her "uncontrolled" bodyguards.

Filed his lawsuit on Thursday February 10, 2005 in Manhattan Supreme Court, Salati claims that his cousin had known Janet since 1980s from the TV show Fame and that's why Janet invited him to join her in the VIP area of the club. But when Salati came back after leaving the place for a moment, the two bodyguards suddenly grabbed around his neck, chocked him and "dragged him down the steps" of the club.