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20 Mar 2014

Kanye West, Kim Kardashian Moving Forward in Lawsuit Against YouTube Founder

Kim Kardashian Kanye West THR - H 2014 "I was doing my job and he broke the law." The photographer said he is fearful of retaliation because of comments West made on the "Jimmy Kimmel" show in October. When asked about paparazzi, West said, "It's not safe for you in this zoo. Never think that I'm not from Chicago for one second." Ramos is suing West and attended Monday's hearing accompanied by his lawyer, Gloria Allred. Prosecutors declined to file felony charges against West, but city prosecutors decided to pursue misdemeanor charges. Each count carried a penalty of up to six months in jail or a $1,000 fine.
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The skirmish took place in July, back before Kim and Kanye got engaged in a baseball stadium or any Jimmy Kimmel-related Twitter pontificating . The photographer claimed West had punched him, unprovoked, and "wrestled his camera to the ground." SEE MORE: Inside theVanity Fair Oscar Party West did not appear in court yesterday, but his attorney entered a plea of no contest, while maintaining that his client was innocent. As a result of the plea, however, West was sentenced to two years of probation, 24 anger-management therapy sessions, and 240 hours of community service, per Reuters. You just know, in their Hidden Hills manse, Kris Jenner finished her glass of white wine, turned to Kim, and asked, "So I think I know the answer to this, but .
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Kanye West Going to Anger-Management

Kanye West The case continues towards a trial date, scheduled for next November, although a signaled appeal from Hurley's lawyer is likely to delay such a TMZ-friendly showdown. STORY:YouTube Founder Asks Why Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Aren't Suing TMZ Eventually, the case could make tabloids and legal geeks alike happy. In his anti-SLAPP motion, Hurley signaled his intent to pursue a defense that the release form he signed isn't valid because of a lack of consideration. Hurley argues that he doesn't see appearing on television as a benefit. What's more, Hurley is addressing the issue of "confidentiality" in the era of nearly omnipresent reality-TV cameras.
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Kanye West Indeed, on a couple tracks he even manages a walk-off grand slam. Tackling Southern-pride-cum-xenophobia ("Southern Comfort Zone"), domestic violence ("Karate"), and even religion ("Those Crazy Christians"), Paisley heads way out on a skinny limb, daring his listeners to pepper him with stones. If his songs weren't so catchy, his vocals so radio-friendly, his guitar playing so virtuosic, the record might not have been able to sneak through so easily. (Remember, it wasn't that long ago that the Dixie Chicks found themselves banned across the South for saying much less.) If, sometimes, he reaches too far (or simply blows it, as he does on the wildly over-simplified "Accidental Racist"), he more than makes up for it elsewhere.
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