All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Open Letter’

Kendra and Hank Baskett: Alleged Mistress Reportedly Sends Open Letter to Kendra

Kendra and Hank Baskett’s marriage is hanging by a thread. Although the former NFL player still insists he didn’t have an affair with transgender model, Ava Sabrina London, she’s reportedly adamant about sharing her side of the story as well. According to Radar Online, Ava has even gone a step further to get her point across by contacting the Kendra On …

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Danity Kane Breaks Up Again; Aubrey O’Day Says She Was Punched By Dawn Richard

Girl group Danity Kane may have finally reached the end of the road with news that the members have allegedly taken physical shots at each other. Singers Aubrey O’Day, Dawn Richard and Shannon Bex are the unfortunate targets of talk surrounding their split just one year after they reformed in 2013 following their first split in 2009. In a statement …

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Woody Allen Finally Responds to Abuse Claims

Woody Allen doesn’t attend award shows and rarely gives interviews. However, the normally shy, reserved 78-year-old film director cannot stay quiet any longer. Finally, after two decades, he is giving his side of the story. On February 1, his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, 28, renewed her claim that Allen molested her as a 7-year-old child. She posted her accusation in …

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70 Groups Send Open Letter To Congress Regarding SOPA/PIPA

SOPA and PIPA may have been shelved, but the groups involved with initial protest feel that the threat is far from over. Seventy groups, most of them involved with the blackout protests from a few weeks back, have sent an open letter to Congress asking them to hold back on any further legislation that would attempt to hurt the Internet …

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SOPA: An Open Letter To Washington From Content Creators

In all the debate that has raged over SOPA/PIPA, one group has been decidedly under-represented: the creators of the content that the two bills are designed to protect. Those lobbying loudest in support of SOPA and PIPA have insisted that the bills are necessary to protect the entertainment industry from the ravages of online piracy. Such piracy, they claim protects …

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